Bat Poop Considered A Super Food

Each Animal Lives Only Once.

If your soul returns, it won’t be in the same body. Could be in the body of any one of the animals we as humans slaughtered for convenience, not necessity.

Who are we, the humans, to determine how each non-human animal lives their life?

Animals aren’t food, clothing, shelter or ours to use for experimentation or entertainment. Why do we think it our right to determine that? Because they’re not as smart as we are? Because we’re stronger, we can enslave them?

Given what non-humans have to work with, they’re by far smarter. Try being the size of an ant and building a colony under the feet of humans.

Humans have the capacity to destroy the planet by creating viruses that destroy life. How smart is that? Stop measuring worth and contribution and we just might discover the solutions to all our problems, that for whatever reason remain hidden from human view.

Start by opening the mind of your soul to different ways that eliminate suffering instead of finding loopholes to continue it by stripping the skin from a body absent the pain and discarding what used to be a beautiful life and calling it humane.

Stop breeding bats and rats to grind up their contaminated poop for fertilizer to make the plants grow larger and more flavorful. Is the poop tested for viruses?

They just figured dead, dried and pulverized would what? Kill it? Then the water from the soil activates it and seeps into the seed, roots, leaves and fruit of the entire plant that all animals then ingest? Ever wonder why people who haven’t left their residences get the virus or people who don’t ingest animals get viruses?

Ever wonder why so many of the viruses originate in Africa? Animals who huddle in caves and sewers. Even bed bugs? No one thought to test them? Why bother when the test is designed to produce a negative result? Have to be fair to the landlords and the people bringing them into the country via blankets that never get washed and luggage that gives any bug a free ride to any place in the world.

Plants infested with fertilizer made from fresh bat feces, or ground up feces which mineralize on the inside of caves where they live, collected by humans contain sulfates.

Plants given sulfates as fertilizer contain sulfates – that which influences the rapid growth. When is too much and who watches to know?

What happens to humans who consume too much sulphur? Do they grow larger, more plump, more flavorful?

Are raise-to-slaughter animals given sulphur to increase their size?


Sulfur Intake in Cattle › vth › livestock › Pages

Sulfur is an essential nutrient in cattle diets. Like many nutrients, however, it can be consumed at excessive levels that become harmful to the animal.

  • And I might add, harmful to humans who consume the flesh and blood of the cattle.
  • Maybe the world is so fat, due to the high levels of sulphur products they consume – plants and animals.


Fruit bats are seen for sale at a food market in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo.


Scientists are warning West African communities where the Ebola virus has been aggressive to stay away from fruit bats, and to be wary of hunting bush meat, in general, too. 

West African communities not only come in contact with the bats, but they prepare them in soups and other dishes. As the name suggests, the fruit bats only eats fruit and live in densely forested areas. 

The disease, which has now claimed more than 1,000 lives and has been called the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history by the World Health Organization, has prompted the use of experimental drugs and vaccines. The disease erupted in Guinea and has since spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The medical community is desperate to slow down the rate at which the disease is being contracted and is hoping getting people to stay away from fruit bats, in particular, and bush meat in general, will help.

Dr. DeeAnn Reeder, a professor of biology at Bucknell University, says bush meat hunting has happened in these communities for thousands of years.

“It’s a common cultural practice,” Reeder says. “It’s a good source of meat. The risk always in bush meat hunting of fruit bats or other animals is to the hunter or to the butcher. … Whoever is basically preparing the carcass to eat is exposing themselves to blood and tissues and saliva and maybe even has sustained a bite. 

It’s not so much the meat after it’s been cooked — we don’t think that that’s a problem — but it’s that initial human contact where the risk occurs.”

The problem is that the culture of bush meat hunting is so ingrained in the community that it would be difficult to convince residents to stop altogether.

“There’s so much infrastructure that needs to be put in place in order to provide alternatives to bush meat hunting,” Reeder says. “People are hungry. And my experience, at least, in South Sudan is that they really like the taste of bush meat. It’s something that they’ve lived with for a very, very long time.”

Reeder says cutting back fruit bat habitat can make it easier for viruses to spread. “By doing these sorts of deforestation events, we are increasing the contact rate of bats and people and that’s a worldwide issue in terms of emerging diseases.”

Bush meat hunting is a complex issue, says Reeder, and it has a long cultural and historical standing. But for now, slowing the consumption of the spicy fruit bat soup may help some ward off the deadly virus.

More Recently From Reuters:

Bat guano collectors in Thailand undeterred by possible link to coronavirus

By Juarawee Kittisilpa

RATCHABURI, Thailand (Reuters) – Thai villagers scouring a dark cave for bat guano, sought after by farmers as a nutrient-rich crop fertilizer, are undaunted by scientists’ suggestion that it could be behind a coronavirus that has infected more than 150,000 people worldwide…


MARCH 16, 2020

TAFC: People tend to disbelieve whatever it is that interferes with their status quo or that negatively impacts them financially, or in the case of guano: Why would God tell us to eat plants fertilized with bat poop if it wasn’t good for us? It makes our plants grow so-o-o large and taste so-o-o good.

Who does that sound like? God? Your God? You sure? When you’re a poor farmer and this bat poop fertilizer looks like the miracle for which you prayed, only a fool would turn away.

You sure about the miracle component to the poop? So, you can’t get the same minerals elsewhere, that doesn’t involve the digestive system of a multitude of animals?

  • Now I’m wondering about all that over-sized produce for which the Pacific Northwest is known. Is that from bat poop fertilizer or something else in the soil?
  • I keep wondering about all those over-sized animals, manipulated to gain weight fast before slaughter.
  • If you eat no animal products and your poop smells like sulphur, then somebody used too much sulphur.

Where do bats go to die? Do they stay in the cave and get scraped up with the pooper scrapers to be sent to who knows where to be processed? Where are the fertilizer factories? Once it gets scraped from the walls of the caves, where does it get taken? Is it sealed, so no one comes in contact with the bat poop before it’s tested for viruses?

So, what I’m hearing is the bat poop collected from the caves, both fresh and mineralized, probably contain dead bats, at various stages post mortem, if indeed the caves also serve as burial grounds.

What country is known for bats?

Kasanka National Park, Zambia

Kasanka National Park might be one of Zambia’s smaller national parks, but it’s on the map for one big reason: Every October about 10 million straw-colored fruit bats arrive from the Congo, making it the world’s largest migration of mammals.

  • The country with the greatest number of bat species is Indonesia, with 225 species./

Can you get sick from bat droppings?

  • Histoplasmosis is a fungal disease contracted through airborne spores in bat droppings. Histoplasmosis symptoms may be anything from a mild influenza to blood abnormalities and fever, or even death. An eye condition has been linked to the bat disease histoplasmosis and can lead to blindness in those who contract it./

This is what histoplasmosis looks like on the skin.

Stop eating bats and rats.

What is the difference between SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19?

In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that originated in China. The virus is now known as the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease it causes is called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). May 11, 2022

TAFC: The origin of COVID-19 may well be Africa.

What happens when people eat diseased bats or rats or the bat poop some claim to be a superfood?

A pandemic. The world had every opportunity to nip this in the bud. Instead they rearranged the entire planet to accommodate the continued consumption of animals passing pathogens, antigens and allergens to those who consume them.

Did you know that the weed you may be smoking or eating may be fertilized with bat poop?

When And How To Use Bat Guano For Weed – Zamnesia Blog

  • Why Is Bat Guano Good for Cannabis Plants? As bat guano is simply teeming with nutrients, it can support cannabis plants through both the vegetative and flowering stages. And because it’s an organic fertiliser, when applied correctly, it should only enhance the substrate and help to keep the microbial life thriving. Apr 12, 2022…

Bat Guano: The Cannabis Superfood Rich In Macro And … › blog-bat-guano-the…

  • Oct 28, 2021 — Guano is a plant superfood that is rich in the three essential plant nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium…
  • Guano has a long history as a high-performance organic fertiliser. When you see the benefits of guano on cannabis plants, you will immediately comprehend why wars have been fought and fortunes have been made and lost because of guano…

In summary, bats can transmit dangerous diseases to humans, and inspectors and homeowners should be wary of bat infestations. 


TAFC: It’s hard to see bat caves as benign to humans. The caves, to me, look more like infested-type habitats that should be left alone, rather than as opportunities to exploit non-human animals for human gain.

Published by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, artist, writer/author, animal-free chef, activist

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