Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Dumb as Rocks?


Welcome to the

Sacred `Aina (land)



Click on photos to enlarge Hawaiians of old understood that nature was not made of mere "things."

They experienced the living spiritual power in all.

And they called it

(Many still do)

Today, physicists call it:

the "Unified Field."

Pohaku (rocks) in particular are understood to be powerful and wise beings. Temples, altars, and (often the) offerings upon them are mineral. After all, these islands are volcanic creations. Liquid lava, at war with the sea, raised up our entire archipelago. It was the goddess Pele, dancing as red hot lava, who bequeathed the resulting land to plants, animals, gods, spirits, demi-gods, and (at last) humans who all voyaged here from elsewhere.

Today, a new submarine mount is rising off of the east side of Hawaii Island, continuing the story. It will not break the surface for millennia into the future.

Handsome Specimen

"Geologists have a saying - rocks remember."
Neil Armstrong

Nature's Rock Art

"The call of love sounds very hollow among these immobile rocks."

Gustav Mahler

Stack one upon another and you honor the place.

"If it weren't for the rocks in its bed, the stream would have no song."

Carl Perkins

"Naughty" games between foliage and fissure.

"I do not yet know why plants come out of the land or float in streams, or creep on rocks or roll from the sea. I am entranced by the mystery of them, and absorbed by their variety and kinds. Everywhere they are visible yet everywhere occult."
Liberty Hyde Bailey

As the old folks say:

"Here the rocks get (have) faces."

"Since childhood she had walked the Devon rivers with her father looking for flowers
and the nests of birds, passing some rocks and trees as old friends, seeing a Spirit everywhere, gentle in thought to all her eyes beheld."

Henry Williamson

What of YOUR home?
What do the stones sing about in the dark of your night?
Have you heard their chant?

Why not post pictures of the precious gems of your area?

Just throw us a link in "comments!"

Aloha, Friends!