A few years ago I became a writer for opednews.com. I have been educated by this site about the ongoing hideous degradation that is happening in many places on the planet, violations permitted by the culture of the western world. The knowledge of this is obscured by the lies of the media, media dedicated these days mostly to propaganda.
Until now the unceasing and ever more serious environmental degradation due to greed, and the resulting ruination of our home planet, as well as the vast and widening chasm between rich and poor, has only made our species human look like it is marching off a cliff to its own suicide in a way that might at the some future time be slowly reversed. However I think we may have sealed our fate as of our latest mistake.
We humans are about to auction off the land ( August 25, 2012 ) that is to the American Indian "The Heart of Everything". The place is called "Pe' Sla" pronounced Pay Shlah. Soon there will be roads violating the interior and possibly mining violating this "sacred heart of everything".
This is a place vital to the rituals that the Indians say insure peace, rituals that they perform at certain times of celestial significance.
Is there, as the Indians claim, some sacred geometric magic to this place? I do not know. And if the Earth's sacred heart is violated, what will happen? Will the Indians blow up the roads? Will they be shot? Will the mining, that may happen there as a result of the sale, disrupt something vital to the welfare of the planet? I do not know. http://geometryofplace.com/bkhills.html
Are humans fated to reincarnate soon on another planet having lost membership on this one through negligence?
Did James Cameron in the movie Avatar have the same idea in mind when he made that movie? Are we like Jake going to wake up one fine morning in another body and on another planet? I do not know.
But it is not too late just yet. We might be able to save a part of the sacred land named "Pe'Sla" pronounced Pay Shlah, by contributing online.
Any that think that this sacred site, so cherished by the Indians, is important, can go to the site ...