Rép. : Sunflower Squirrel, and The Phantom Advance Once, Present and Future
- That's You:
Love one another - Love your neighbours;
Be a Messiah for Nature;
And all creatures!
Notice the finger here above
As I below it explain with lines
Horizontal-same - with words
Point what is around;
Mission 'Michael Intelligence';
To Profile the Environment;
Just like you Jan;
Middle-Man and Lioness
Wisdom towards the Future
For to the Past belong the Serpent!
Harvey said it eloquently
While Bradford equally provided
The illustration, --> a Personality
Reptilo-Dinosaur such; explaining much...
The deeds of a president; --> George Bush!
The one getting a very "Bad-Silica" Karma
With the Grail Vessel, Image as you said once
That is the Desert's Sand!
But StarDust-Lighted by the *Phantom
Within(it),(around), the Grail King John
Vulcan of the Good Friday under the Cross,
Of the Heavenly Venus - get Transparent;
As this *"Lacto-Salt" of Sophia Cosmic
Is Ultimate Corrective Basic Medecine
For the Wounded MAN-Shattered-Form-Fallen!
Follow the Thinking Superconductive
To the Spirit-Man Rosy-Dawn-Active?
For Christ brought it to us the Death-Sick;
The Last Enemy has been Vanquished by Him!
Also, (back to Animal Land...)
Let me say Positive; our Pet Ideas Meet! ;)
+ I don't think either that my squirrels hibernate;
Adding to: the Warmth Factor;
You evoked the very reasons - yourself -
Always Fairy-Treat Goethean!
Sphere Organic Nut-Human Form
Note(s) yourself: Muse Star-Bird
The Wings are obvious;
Thanks Dear Jan Woman-Isis. :)
Happy New Year
Full of Spiritual Findings!
Bonne Année à tous!
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De : Jan<starbirdgarden@...>
What a wonderful picture you have presented us with!
Squirrel sun-flowered! Remember the pure white one? A squirrel guru perhaps?
Was the sunflower to be laid at his paw-feet? Or eaten medicinally? I wonder
if your squirrel friends hibernate? Squirrels here, at least those in
London, do not do so any longer, perhaps because food is quite plentiful,
and they seem to have developed thicker winter coats to cope with the cold.
Recently, at a wholesalers, I bought them a large sack of organically
grown hazelnuts as winter-fare, and on Christmas Morning they had organic
There is one that I try to feed especially, as it has a damaged tail with
very little fur, a bit like a rat tail, so I worry that it can't hold it
over its head in the rain, or breathe warmed air through it at night, but
it seems to be managing, although very shy because the others drive it away.
Earlier this month there were bird battles over the berried bushes, mostly
between families of blackbirds and some thrushes (whom I was pleased to see,
as the use of poison slug-snail pellets have almost wiped them out in local
gardens where they used to be plentiful) but suddenly the fighting stopped,
and they have all shared quite peacefully. When the berries run out I feed
currants, which they all love.
Today I had some time in the garden in the lively cold, always aware of
the many bright eyes watching and waiting.....
On this last day of the year accept my heartfelt thanks for your work
on this forum, some of which I would like to revisit when this festive
season is over and there is more quiet time in this house....and send you
all good wishes for the future.
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