Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Why Genocide Was Committed Against the First Trees of New England
The first people in the Industrial Age to cut down the colossal trees in New England were overwhelmed by the energy of the trees. People back then were emotionally and spiritually unhealthy as it was and when the trees sensed that and reached out energetically, the people reacted by cutting them down. They reacted out of violent and aggressive defensiveness and they subconsciously knew it was the trees, so they attacked the trees.