posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 09:01 AM
I listened to the Red Ice Creations interview of Lucy Wyatt recently where I learned about her upcoming Eternal Knowledge Festival that she is going
to host on her property in England. Looking at the list of speakers for the event I saw the name Jane Cobbald who will be speaking on the topic of
agriculture, electromagnetism, and the use of copper. Electromagnetism is something that interests me so I goodled her name and ended up learning
about this book. I loved the title so I bought it on Amazon Kindle.
Here are screen shots of the Table of Contents:
I'm hoping maybe some members have read this book and would like to compare notes. Otherwise, maybe the Table of Contents can be a springboard for
Water is a fascinating topic. I'm learning to appreciate it for both the science and the spirituality of it. In chapter fourteen, "Water as a
Communication Channel," Bartholomew says this:
We are mistaken to regard the brain as the source of wisdom. Its role is more like that of a computer designed to cope with the daily demands of
survival, rational deduction, and other important individual functions. Consciousness exists on two levels: ordinary consciousness is a brain
function, whereas elevated, or collective (that is, nonindividual), cosmic consciousness is a function of the whole body, mediated by water. Our
biological water, which is connected to the vast watery network of the wisdom of the cosmos, is the key to our inner knowledge, of which our central
nervous system is an integral part.
Bartholomew, Alick (2011-01-14). The Spiritual Life of Water: Its Power and Purpose (p. 198). Inner Traditions Bear & Company. Kindle Edition.
Lots of good stuff in this book! Very thought provoking, I think. Water is also a depressing subject, considering the fact that wars are anticipated
over it - just like oil
On a positive note is focusing on things like water vortexing.
I'm thinking of buying one of these from
The Double-Egg Water Vortexer