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Lucanus said ...

I believe Mother Earth to be a living being, and I trust that her immune system will eventually take care of the human parasites infesting her. If it is tsunamis or earth quakes, let it be.

--Lucanus 12:58, 18 March 2010 (UTC)

zameen said ...

But would it not be irresponsible to ascertain the possiblities of evacuating and or rescuing any and all people from such dangerous circumstances? To just "let it be" is not what Paul Mcartney was talking about (ofcourse that's another conversation altogether). We are totally responsible for our actions and our treatment of each other, this planet and everything on it. Eating air and listening to the sun sing to the caterpillars is a lovely and serene thought but has nothing to do with taking responsible actions and behaviours. SALOME!

--zameen 23:25, 18 March 2010 (UTC)

Lucanus said ...

Our greatest allies are the plants, Mother Earth's closest children.

I am reading "The Secret Life of Plants" by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird. And just now I found a section in Chapter 8 (Plants will grow to please you) which convinced me that our planet earth is a sensient being capable of differentiating between healthy bacteria and pathogenic parasites living on her. The section is about Luther Burbank, a wizard of holticulture, mass breeder of many new and improved variations of fruits and vegetables, a modest lover of flowers, plants and Nature.

Quote from page 132:

"When on the 18th day of April, 1906, the same earthquake, which all but devastated San Francisco, reduced Santa Rosa to a mass of flaming splinters and rubble, the overwhelmed citizens were further stunned that not a pane of glass in Burbank's huge greenhouse, not far from the center of town, was even cracked. Burbank was less amazed than his fellow townsmen, though careful not to broach the subject directly in public, surmising that his communing with the forces of nature and the cosmos and his success with plants might well have protected his greenhouse."

The lesson here is that to survive the coming cataclysms all we have to do is to love and serve our home planet IN DEED. To regard her needs and attend to her closest children the plants. To know that they are the most sensitive and sentient living beeings on Earth, and to regard them as "Plant people" with souls, with whom we cohabit on this planet and depend on them more than we think. If we live thus, then Mother Earth will spare us like she spared Luther Burbank from the earthquake striking nearby.

--Lucanus 21:44, 19 March 2010 (UTC)

Mark said ...

I have been enlightened by you my brothers and sisters that I have come up with a way to reach a broader audience and spread the truth if they so choose to. Billy Meier the Video Game. :)I thought since the youth is our future we should communicate with them through the medium which they utilize so often. Hear is the meat of the game. You can play as multiple characters Billy, Ptaah, Asket, Michael Horn special hidden character etc. RPG style while telling a story then you traverse the universe in a spaceship and when you run out of health you just pop in some chewing gum to refill your energy. You get to also use cool gadgets like the invisibility belt, cloak of invisibility and language translater "OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH" Available for all current and future consoles. Thank you very much and have a nice existence my fellow beings. :)

--Mark 23:23, 19 March 2010 (UTC)

Bigfoot said ...

Victor Shauberger could lay near a flowing stream and let his thoughts float down stream.When his thoughts came back from downstream,he was able to understand what the water was experiencing as it flowed.As if the water were alive and could educate Victor of it's secrets.

--Bigfoot 06:26, 25 March 2010 (UTC)

newinitiation said ...

Ptaah is right, at our current state of collective consciousness, the masses will never listen to BEAMs warnings

--newinitiation 04:41, 13 July 2010 (BST)

Bigfoot said ...

The masses are drunk on religion and drunk on consumerism and materialism and also just plain drunk on alcohol. Ever try arguing with a drunk? You don't get anywhere arguing with a drunk.

--Bigfoot 04:04, 15 September 2010 (BST)