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Trail of the Native Ancients


".....This we know.  The Earth does not belong to man;  man belongs to the Earth.  This we know.  All things are connected like the blood which unites us all in one family.  Will you teach your children what we have taught our children?  That the Earth is our Mother?  Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.  Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it.  Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself"....

                       ~  Chief Seattle,   

                            Leader of the Duwanish Tribe

                            in the Washington Territory

                            (excerpt from a letter to

                             U. S. President Franklin Pierce

                             in 1854 to mark the transfer of

                             Ancestral Lands to the

                             U. S. Government)






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What's Old Is New Again

"A caterpillar eats up to three hundred times it's own weight in a day, devastating many plants in the process, continuing to eat until it's so bloated that it hangs itself upside down and goes to sleep, it's skin hardening into a chrysalis.  Then, within the chrysalis, a new and very different kind of creature, the butterfly, starts to form....... 

Cells within the butterfly genome were held as disclike aggregates of stem cells that biologists call 'imaginal cells' hidden away inside the caterpillar all it's life, until the crisis of overeating, fatigue and breakdown allows them to develop, gradually replacing the caterpillar with a butterfly.

 Such metamorphosis makes a good metaphor for the great changes globalisation, in the sense of world transformation, is bringing about....  Our bloated old system is rapidly becoming defunct while the vision of a new and very different society, long held by many 'imaginal cell' humans, who dreamt of a better world, is now emerging like a butterfly, representing our solutions to the crisis of predation, overconsumtion and breakdown in a new way of living lightly on the Earth, and of seeing our Human society not in the metaphors and models of mechanism as well-oiled social machinery, but in those of evolving, self organizing and intelligent living organisms.

 If you want a butterfly world, don't step on the caterpillar, but join forces with other 'imaginal cells' to build a better future for all".

   ~ Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D.

      Evolution Biologist

                     PROPHECY                       "The day will come when the Condor and the Eagle will fly together in the same sky, wing to wing, and the world will come into balance".                                                   ~ First Nations Prophecy