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Wednesday, October 1, 2014


Hello everyone,
Please pray and meditate on taking action to address the root causes of climate change.
A song: ~Is anybody listening? Can anybody hear their screams? From within the place we dream, is a rip, a tear that's glistening. Holding all the in betweens, the rationals, the reasonings. Instead of letting go of these, we're holding on to used to be's. Letting fear control our needs. We really should start listening, to the voice inside that knows our needs. We need to clean what we set free. So that we can get back to liberty. So we can help the ones in need. They need our voice to set them free. They need our light so they can see, so that they can bee. That is, bee free. be free to dream their impossible dreams. What really, is impossibility? Nothing more than a voice in the breeze. It's all possible, if you just believe.~Aho~
Thunder Raging your Princess of Dawning, Violet Child, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy
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The gathering of walrus on shore is a phenomenon that has accompanied the loss of summer sea ice as the climate has warmed.
An estimated 35,000 walrus were photographed Saturday about 5 miles north of Point Lay, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska.
Unlike seals, walrus cannot swim indefinitely and must rest. They use their tusks to "haul out," or pull themselves onto ice or rocks. As temperatures warm in summer, the edge of the sea ice recedes north. Females and their young ride the edge of the sea ice into the Chukchi Sea, the body of water north of the Bering Strait.
In recent years, sea ice has receded north beyond shallow continental shelf waters and into Arctic Ocean water, where depths exceed 2 miles and walrus cannot dive to the bottom.
The World Wildlife Fund said walrus have also been gathering in large groups on the Russian side of the Chukchi Sea.

"It's another remarkable sign of the dramatic environmental conditions changing as the result of sea ice loss," said Margaret Williams, managing director of the group's Arctic program, by phone from Washington, D.C. "The walruses are telling us what the polar bears have told us and what many indigenous people have told us in the high Arctic, and that is that the Arctic environment is changing extremely rapidly and it is time for the rest of the world to take notice and also to take action to address the root causes of climate change."

Thunder Raging your Princess of Dawning Sings to Know the Breeze, the Song of the Heavenly Steves (crowns or kinsmen). And singing in the days of long, the purification that gets us home!

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