Problems facing the trees

Article For Caduceus 2000 June 2000

Every tree dies on the spot it was born. The fact that this particular place was good enough for their parents means all that is necessary for a good tree life is there. The water table and soil providing for each particular species .This is how it has been since the beginning. The trees have been so successful that they completely covered the land. Now they are almost gone. Deforestation for timber is removing the last of the rainforests and the rest of the trees are being poisoned by pollution.
We are entering the new millennium with a global tree crisis. Its time to do something about it.
There are some things we can do immediately. Our example will be the three hundred or so ancient Yew trees in Britain over twenty feet in girth. These trees have flourished on the same spot for between 5000 and 10000 years. In all this time the air, soil and water conditions have remained suitable for a healthy life. Now they all face the same problems. Lowering water table levels, mineral deficiencies and airborne pollution. They are locked in to a half hydrological water cycle. With no goodness coming up through the roots, and only the falling rain to feed them the pollutants it picks up on it's fall to the earth.
To implement an immediate remineralisation plan around each tree would immediately alter soil conditions.
Providing mulches around each tree could be done to change the P.H. of incoming acid or polluted rainfall.
Providing water feed sources for each tree. Water vortexing in a rainwater butt with a sack full of crushed minerals suspended in it would enrich water in times of drought etc.
Urine therapy: with a twenty percent urine eighty percent water mix.
Victor Schauberger ,tree eggs.
There are many ways to help trees. The same methods can be used on the Apple tree in your garden or the mighty Oak in the forest. All trees are as one. They could all use a little T.L.C.

In an atmosphere which is making it impossible for year on year accumulators such as trees to survive we have to think of new solutions. We need an immediate leaf cover over the planet to clean the air, provide oxygen, restore the temperature gradient, pump up the water, and fix and store all the pollutants. We need a plant that will grow quickly, everywhere. A plant that gives us the benefits of a forest, but in twenty weeks not one hundred years. There is one plant that will do this. But no country on the earth is freely allowed to grow it. A plant that fits with all the agenda 21 commitments for a sustainable local economy. That cleans the soil, air and water every year it grows. The plant is the cannabis/hemp plant. It gives fuel, paper ,animal and human food, clothing and oil to every village, town and country on the earth. It provides the green party dream. An environmentally sustainable local economy, every where. It can grow anywhere and was grown everywhere until this century. In 1995 leader of the house of commons Tony Newton M.P. (my local M.P).said' Buster, I believe that what you are saying is happening to the trees is in fact true. But if you insist on cannabis/hemp as the solution I can't help you.’ I replied that some
time’s you have to employ solutions you don’t personally like for the good of all.

It's not the end of time and the final chapter is not yet written. A new millennium is a new beginning. In 1000 years our baby Redwoods, Yews and Oaks will be well on their way to building back once again an organic planet earth.
The Goddess will be pleased with all her children,
And the planet will once again sing.

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