Ngungu'taota (greetings, we are relatives), Tutskwa I'qatsi (Land and Life are one),
I am extending a reply I made on another blog so more people may read and reflect upon it. It speaks to the power of thought and prayer, and particularly upon our Mother Earth, Gaia, Tuuwaqatsi as we know Her.
The power of thought, of the mind as the "builder" to create with thought, is the same "power of prayer" many of us know and use.
Regarding thought as the builder of the crop circles (suggested by the blog showing the work of Russian scientists, and the author's 3 yr. old son), may I suggest the question: who is doing the thinking that creates the crop circles? If the universe is living, and all the stars and worlds are alive and capable of thought, what of our Earth Mother? What of Her thoughts? Who do you think is the "thinker" creating crop circles upon Her body?
When we recognize that the Earth is a living, conscious entity, a whole new appreciation of the Earth begins to dawn on us, and many mysteries can be better understood. Then the deep meaning of our first spirit law, "Tutskwa I'qatsi"- "Land and Life are one" (our Mother Earth) can more clearly be understood, and taken to heart.
It is hard for people not to be ruled by their former ideas, hard to see the world in a new light. When raised within a particular worldview, it is difficult to step out of it into an entirely different one: in this case, one in which our Earth is our creator, filled with the life and power of the godhead, from whom we are given life and all we possess; one where we can we see the Earth as a great being who has been carrying us through the ages, evolving us from stage-to-stage toward a perfected form in the Fifth World orbit-- heaven, paradise, morning star. But this understanding is what we need to safely travel through this purification time. This knowledge is being restored, so each of us has the opportunity to make use of it. And so we are asked: who has ears to hear?
Pray and meditate upon these matters. Think upon all the Earth is to us, then give Her what She is due-- the loyalty and gratitude of a good child who will never desert Her. Today is a good day to send Her your message-- Mother's Day !
Offered with an open hand, for you take or leave as you wish.
Upaava- your brother Hohongwitutiwa