posted on Feb, 1 2012 @ 12:56 AM
The indians always said coal is like the liver, the Aboriginals also where against mining coal and uraninum, which where sacred places for them.
"All the suffering going on in this country with the tornadoes, floods, and earthquakes is carried on the breath of Mother Earth because she is in
pain," says Roberta Blackgoat, an elder of the Independent Dineh (Navajo) Nation at Big Mountain. She explains that the Four Corners area is
particularly sacred because it literally holds Mother Earth's internal organs -- coal and uranium which the Bureau of Indian Affairs has allowed the
Peabody Coal Mine to mine. "They are trying to take her precious guts out for money," says Blackgoat. "My grandfather told me that coal is like the
liver, and uranium is both the heart and lungs of Mother Earth." Hopi and Navajo traditionalists are fighting the mining.
Anyhow it doesn't take a scientist that with our heavy use of oil, coal and you name it, is cause for allot of problems today, some call it global