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Wolves change the River an incredible documentary regarding wolves and Yellowstone Park.
Why this blog? Religion has long taught that humans are superior and indeed masters of animals. Original text does not bear that teaching to be valid.
Everything in the universe is the elder of human. We have been babes in the cradle screaming for help. Are we ready to begin to listen….listen to our elders are we yet ready to
- be SIMEON which means hearing?
- be ISHMAEL which means god will hear (we are that god).
- be ISAAC which means laughter. the inheritance of the MULTITUDE OF NATIONS abraham (waged in a bloody religious war of who was firstborn)
The authors of the 66 books that are the so called basis of a book called Bible had a much different view of animals than what religion teaches. They had the eternal view of the animal life in the EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE (interpreted as a plethora of words, joshua, jehoshua, jehoshuah, jesus, hezekiah, etc.)…..the sky, the universe, the unknown but the seeable. (original languages did not use capital letters; added and misleading by modern language)
The STRONG BRIDGE DATABASE will allow anyone to search out for themselves what the original text actually documented. It is quite a different story than the religious myths perpretrated upon the planet for eons of time.
The first Pope Peter died in 64 or 67 AD (the original 66 writings date from 1845BC). The first public Bible was written in the mid 1600’s AD. Huge difference in time between these dates. The STRONG BRIDGE DATABASE closes the gaps and helps us to see and hear more clearly.
Perhaps the historical view in this video of wolves, bears, deer, birds, water, trees, etc. will help us to see they are the ecosystem of the planet. Human is the destroyer that has the latent ability to create. The little kid on the block has chosen to follow religious belief systems that place it as the superior being. History proves this is not so.