Lucy Wyatt - Approaching Chaos & Saving Civilization
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May 23, 2010
Lucy Wyatt and family live on an unspoilt farm by the east coast of England. The farm was derelict but had 600 year-old oak trees, woods, hedgerows and old buildings. The Wyatts restored it using mostly eco-materials and now share this special place with many animals. It now includes the collection of rainwater for animal drinking; a 3-pond sewage system with Steiner-inspired flowforms; and a processor that uses Oil Seed Rape for high grade bio-fuel in farm machinery and a large electricity generator. As well as researching the ancient past, Lucy is also interested in Earth energies and now leads local Gatekeeper Trust pilgrimages on equinoxes and solstices. Lucy is the author of "Approaching Chaos - Could an ancient Archetype save the 21st Century Civilization". Where is civilization heading? Do we need to look to the past to find solutions to some of the problems that modern civilization is facing? What is the origin of civilization? Join us for a interesting discussion about the ancient elite, gold and our past. Topics Discussed: civilization, living in cities, the origin of civilization, mountains, metallurgy, gold mining, the importance of gold, food, the role of the shaman in society, spiritual journey, alchemy, the Greeks, monoatomic gold, electrical charge, genetic mutation, hunter gatherer civilization Vs. farming, origin of farming, genetic engineering in farming, domestication of animals, the elite class human, nature, catastrophe, Rome, Etruscans, etymology, regulation, and more. We proceed to discuss the ancient elite, diffusionism and catastrophe in hour two with Lucy Wyatt. What are the fruits of civilization? Are we on the right path? We talk about words like reg, rex and pharaoh. We discuss the magic in Egypt, Rome, the emergence of monotheism, cities, architecture, geometry, squaring on the circle and the golden mean. Lucy talks about fear and the future civilization. More Topics Discussed: the ancient elites, diffusionism, catastrophe, meridian on Earth, Sweden, vikings vs. megaliths, Romans, bronze, Persians & Indians, the word pharaoh, magic in Egypt, Rome, monotheism, Ennead, geometry, the Protestant movement, golden mean, 1852 Carrington event, spiritual preparation, quantum mechanics, respect for nature, the collapse of the Roman Catholic church, reincarnation, moral person and "Less is More".