I’ve come across many writers aspiring to explain the above, and make it a concept that can be grasped. No other book I’ve read comes close to the one I’ve just read, in making the true spiritual basis of life something tangible and powerful. Brought up on the Christian fable of heaven and hell, it’s hard to go back to the earlier simplicity of who we really are and where we are. We are part of the living earth. Mother Earth. Father Sun, and the Great Spirit that holds it all together.
Our own earlier spiritual beliefs died at the hands of Vespasian, who put the Druids to the sword at Anglesea, at the same time that the Christian religion that has been used to bamboozle most of humanity for two thousand years, was being concocted by his agent Josephus Flavius, who was the real St Paul and writer of much of The New Testament. All spiritual knowledge of the gnostics was destroyed by the Catholic Church over the following centuries. Libraries burned. And knowedge of nature driven out.
In some parts of the world that were beyond the reach of Roman swords, primitive and pagan beliefs survived, and the natural medicines these people understood and used. One such were the medicine men of America’s Indian tribes, some of whom were still practising in the 1960s despite the ongoing genocide of their peoples.
The book describes just one of these, Rolling Thunder, who lived and amazed those who met him into the 1970s, when he became a media phenomenon, a spiritual leader of the Cherokee and Shoshone nations. He believed the white races were starting to understand the errors of their environmentally destructive ways, and he thought there were signs of a coming cultural change. The generation of peace and love – the Woodstock generation – was however brutally suppressed, and America’s political and social development has sadly since been sidetracked into a Police State of permanent war, social and economic decline.
When this book was written such events were not foreseeable and the message of hope that the opening up of Indian spiritual life to Western researchers was creating at that time, is the story of the book. Magical, heart-piercing stories in each chapter bring the earth as a living being to life, as understood for thousands of years by Indian medicine men.
Rolling Thunder, by Doug Boyd. Dell Publishing Co Ltd. 1974.
If the earth is a living being, so too is Saturn according to David Icke, and the source of the continuous destruction of human understanding and health. The optimism of the 1970s spiritual revival met up with the evil of the Satanic (Saturnic) system, and was easily crushed. If people rediscover who they really are, and how we should be living, we will be forearmed against those who are working against us in future. If we use the internet and read the books that describe Saturn and how the Archontic Reptilian hybrids are controlling us, the power of the living earth is waiting to be deployed in the struggle for its and our survival.