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  • Susie Pan
    May 16, 1999
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      Many tks Barry, I enjoyed reading e-mail received.

      Honorable Love and Respect,

      Susie Pan
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      From: Barry Carroll <palladin@...>
      To: sacredlandscapelist@egroups.com <sacredlandscapelist@egroups.com>
      Date: Sunday, May 16, 1999 11:42 AM
      Subject: [sacredlandscapelist] Re: Gematria


      >wow i know the location well. that giant neon sherwin williams "cover the
      >world sign" was animated and was spectacular. there was a spot were you
      >could sit and watch the paint pour frona can ,rundown over the globe and
      >drip. psychedelic. we used to sit and smoke.
      >
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      >i'm not clear why you are damning the anthropologists? please explain.
      >
      >fantastic to learn that it was a mound site.B
      >>
      >>speaking of mounds and all, there is a small local brouhaha right here
      >>in the Bay Area, Emeryville to be precise. A short distance from my home
      >>is the site of the old Emeryville shellmound - I mentioned it in passing
      >>here some time ago. It once measured something like 60 feet high, 300
      >>feet long, with a large flat top. It is attributed to the Ohlone, the
      >>local native residents of this area at the time of European invasion,
      >>but it was not in use by the locals, so who's to know who really built
      >>it. As I mentioned before, it was one of some 400 some known mounds to
      >>ring the Bay, but was certainly to largest. It's located on the banks of
      >>Temescal Creek.
      >>
      >>Anyway...after being used as a platform for an amusement park around the
      >>turn of the century it was eventually bulldozed. Anthropologists from UC
      >>Berkeley barely had a chance to survey the contents. Well, Emeryville is
      >>rapidly shedding its industrial identity and has become a mecca for
      >>malls, high tech and bio tech companies, condo's, upscale lofts, etc.
      >>There is a large (upscale) furniture outlet coming to the old Sherwin
      >>Williams paint factory site. Turns out it is smack dab on the old mound
      >>site. When excavation started turning up bnes - lots of bones - work was
      >>halted. Seems that a single Ohlone representative was consulted who
      >>promptly gave permission for the construction work to proceed, damn the
      >>anthropologists...beter to have the bones of ancestors crunched by
      >>machines than be picked over and stored by post-docs and intellectuals.
      >>
      >>As of right now, I have not seen the crews continue work, but at the
      >>same time I do not hold much hope that anything more will be saved.
      >>
      >>It sends through me echoes of spirits and paths once walked over the
      >>land I now call my home.
      >>
      >>seth
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