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Upon the rebirth of Earth there will be a replenishment of her land, her water, her air, her wildlife. I am wondering by what criteria will the new species be accepted and have thought about this for some time. Surely the Galactics know beforehand which species will repopulate Earth, as Earth and those upon Her serve an even greater vision of evolution encompassing multiple planets/systems and multiple times. I would suggest here that a number of sentient creatures known to those of Inner Earth will again grace the surface, such as the Unicorn. The mighty Redwood trees will be returned to their grandeur. Yet what other genetic threads will now be able to take birth here? Surely the makeup of Earth will change and new Principles of Existence will be embodied that lead to a symphony of life as yet unseen upon this glorious globe throughout all the ages it has so far enjoyed (And endured).
What I'm interested in and fascinated with is what's INSIDE the earth...for I do believe that there is much life...plant, animal, and human that continues to exist along side we earthlings ON the surface...'cause, if you ask me...if the earth is hollow...well that's just too much wasted space...
A relic of an age gone by......
Several pictures here from Michael Green's book
Here's one of his depicting unicorns in the Garden of Eden
http://www.unicornlady.net/images/chris … aleden.jpg
Heres 4 more, Click to enlarge
http://www.greenartprints.com/shop/agor … rnisprints
These limited edition prints are part of a unique body of art that first appeared in the book Unicornis. Presented as the journal of Magnalucious, a wandering artist-pilgrim, it attempted to flesh out the unicorn myth and link it to the present. With word and picture Magnalucious details his encounter with the fabled creature. The background is 16th Century Italy, where The Age of Faith is being swept aside by the intellectual enthusiasm and scientific achievement of the modern world.
Today, that shift has run its course. Looking back at a century of world-wars, ozone depletion, tropical deforestation, species extinction-and our own alienation-it is all too clear that vast and destructive forces were unleashed then, forces we have been powerless to control. The human ambition to dominate the earth has reached a tipping point, and if the web of life as we know it is to survive, we must expand our horizons to embrace the wider, gentler world-outlook symbolized for many by the unicorn. We must learn again to experience the earth as living sacred presence.
Perhaps this is by grand design. Christian traditions suggest the unicorn was a receptacle for secret gnostic teachings, and the legendary creature endures as an embodiment of harmony between nature, man and spirit. Myth-bringer and heart-lightener, the unicorn points to mysterious riches, to all that we are and all that we could be.
This book is the only book I have ever seen not depicting unicorns as horses! It has fascinating true story within its pages.... For anyone who admires the unicorn, one can rely on this book for true pictures of this mythical beast!
Last edited by BrandNubiss (2007-04-26 10:16:13)