I’m not sure about you but Vancouver Island is awash in tulips! From pale yellows, crimson reds, pumpkin oranges, deep purples, lustred pinks and snow-white, their luminous colours are stunning. The most unsung of tulips many spring charms, however, is her edibility. With flavours and textures as diverse as her colours, her blooms offer not…The Incredibly Tasty Tulip: Chèvre Cheese Balls — Gather Victoria
Day: April 11, 2021
The world has people believing the most absurd things right now. They are feeding people intoxicating ideas and delusions all in the name of comfort. It is very tyrannical and no one sees it. I have devoted the majority of my life to the psychology of humans, but what makes me different is that I use the truth of ancient history to see where it comes from. We humans have not been allowed to evolve naturally. We have had our true evolution stolen from us all in the name of greed and power. We are still not evolving in the name of greed and power. Our technology may be evolving, but we as a species are not. In this post I will show the dynamics of how most are manipulated. Strap yourself in. I’m going to hit hard and fast.
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Sacred Trees in the Americas – Spruce (Picea glauca, Picea pungens, Picea spp.)
The beautiful blue spruce looking across the landscape on a mountain in Western PA
When I lived in a walkable small town, what drew me every day was a line of beautiful blue spruce trees. Right around the corner from my house, they were on my daily walking commute to work. We used to say hello and do an energy exchange each day. One day that following summer, I watched as the city landscaping people came through and ruthlessly cut them back away from the power lines (they were not growing even close to the lines) and I held space for the trees. Over the next few months, those trees began to heal, and they produced copious amounts of amazing tree resin as a first line of defense. In the years that followed, eventually, the resin grew hard and the trees invited me to harvest small amounts that could be…
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