A couple of years ago I wrote two articles about the constant stream of symbolic messages that each one of us gets from our soul during our wakeful moments.
The first article, Spirituality in Real Time, was followed by an essay/glossary mix entitled Making Meaning. Both are currently on my website and both go a long way towards explaining how each one of us, members of the human species, is connected to nature and to the spiritual realm whether we know it or not – whether we choose to plead ignorant.
So, whether we see Eyjafjallajökul, the Icelandic volcano, as a ‘Sleeping Giant’, a ‘Menacing Mammoth’ or simply the Island’s Mountain, all terms attributed to it, it is important to open our mind – and our hearts – to an alternative explanation as to why the sleeping giant beneath glacial ice became a menacing mammoth waving a massive, glass-rich plume some eight kilometres high that pierced the sky.
Scientists, by now, have a neat explanation as to why the fissures happened as they did and when they did, but like most observers, scientists can only deal with effects they can see, test, weigh, measure and record, which leaves out the cause, the real cause that set the first event into motion – the first domino.
The alternative explanation put attempted here as to why an explosion of such magnitude seems to have come out of the blue yonder has nothing to do with an ominous warning about the eminent end of the world in 2012 or at any time.
What it does usher in is the urgent need for each one of us who makes up the greatest herd on earth, over six billion strong, adepts of the mass culture such as we know it, to rethink thinking – and to rethink it sooner rather than later.
cont’d in next post