Honey bees are disappearing. The story has been in the news on and off since 2006, but for one reason or another, most people have paid little attention. And the situation is significantly dire. Nature is at war and dark forces are at play with the disappearance of honey bees. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), also known as honey bee colony depopulation syndrome, is essentially the sudden disappearance of honey bees from their colony. As more and more bees disappear, the colony fails and ultimately dies. CCD has been taking its toll on commercial beekeeping worldwide. The first reports came from multiple locations within the U.S., but the phenomenon has spread across Europe and has even been reported in such far-flung locations as Taiwan and New Zealand. The beesí disappearance has caused alarm throughout Europe and North America where campaigners have blamed agricultural pesticides, climate change and the advent of genetically modified crops for what is now known as 'colony collapse disorder.' Britain has seen a 15% decline in its bee population in the last two years and shrinking numbers has led to a rise in thefts of hives. Now researchers from Chandigarh's Punjab University claim they have found the cause which could be the first step in reversing the decline: They have established that radiation from mobile telephones is a key factor in the phenomenon and say that it probably interfering with the bee's navigation senses. But all these researchers are wrong. The real reason for CCD has been found. It appears lesser demons and devils under Satanís command that have been released upon the Earth have grown a fondness for honey. Apparently also an appetite for the bees themselves as well. Bees are being captured, tortured, and eaten. Honey has given the demonsí added strength. So the bees are going to war. The council tribal elder bees have planned and organized the workers. The bees are going to strike back before they become extinct. Through the magic of their queen and the elders the worker turned soldier bees have been teleported to the lair of Satan himself in Hell. Armed with whatever weapons they could muster, and with stingers sharpened, the bees make a desperate assault on the Prince of Darkness. If only mankind paid more attention to the changing tides of Nature they might stand alongside the bees in this fight.