Tango of the bones, trees and the memory of water –

Posted: April 10, 2018 in Radio Blog

It is a quiet afternoon & The Sunday newspaper presents itself with an “emotional” story about a South African Parabat soldier who lost his life in 1978. I read the article 5 times. The brave soldier Skillie Human jumped into action over the Culonga-River Angola. [For the bravery we honour him and the brave soldiers with him on that day]. According to this news article Andries (Skillie) Human drowned in the Culonga-River. What was it about this article that moved me this much?


*I have read many stories about the dead being found after many years being missing. Mass graves of innocent bones are seemingly mysteriously uncovered. Individuals are found and identified many years after being buried in unmarked graves. My senses are leading me to believe we are connected to this mysterious substance.

After watching a documentary with Dame Judy Dench about her love of trees and how she discovered the language of trees [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHzWF15YQEA ]

this article stirred up an enthusiasm of a different kind. Are we “listening”? According to this www.youtube.com video trees are not only communicating above ground but has an integrated network of mushrooms or fungi strains communicating sending out these messages of all sorts over vast underground network. According to the information this communication might include normal microbiological chit chat, heart ache or even serious warnings of disaster. Who knows maybe even giggles? With special equipment the trees can be heard drinking water.

*Another such story was reported about a dog that disappeared in 1960. It is thought the animal “Stuckie” became trapped around this time after he ran into a hole at the bottom of the tree, before climbing 28 feet up chasing a small animal. What are the chances in human terms of such a discovery? What is the intelligence behind it all? How significant is this discovery really?

A Sad Tail: Strange Phenomenon Preserves Dog Stuck Inside Tree For Nearly 60 Years

According google consisting mostly of collagen, bone is living, growing tissue. Collagen is a protein that provides a soft framework, and calcium phosphate is a mineral that adds strength and hardens the framework. This combination of collagen and calcium makes bone strong and flexible enough to withstand stress. Who knows what else collagen is capable of after we die. Maybe interacting with the fungi and in turn sending valuable information to humans via trees. Almost like an all fashioned postal system. Maybe this is not at the speed humanly possible but at a speed in a parallel world where time doesn’t matter. A time dependent on the perfect conditions – with patience as the main ingredient whatever they may be. Are we listening?

Are the bones calling out to the trees – communicating with this underground network of fungi [mushrooms] or are we calling on the bones to expose them?

As a father and a husband my emotions and spirit has an indescribable understanding of not being with my family. It is incomprehensible to even try and marry the thought of separation with the afterlife. If there is some kind of intelligence in a parallel world every soul will try and find a way to communicate the truth to those who are left behind in a material world. Even if it means exposing my bones buried in a foreign land with the help of an underground system of fungi and tree roots. To those left behind the question remain – Who painted moon black.

Maybe if Andries [Skillie] Human was taken by the Culonga-river – just maybe, water has memory and the message of his where about was sent via this memory in water.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILSyt_Hhbjg


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