Re: Global Warming, Global Cooling,
Dec 29, 2010 09:53 PM
On this subject, you may find useful texts in the section "Planetary
Change and the Civilization of the Future" of the website
The direct link is:
Best regards, Joaquim
--- In email@example.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> When you read the SD Commentaries on Moon, HPB emphasizes how the life
> Moon was withdrawn and that it is now dead. By analogy, Earth and
> planet is a living being though not in the same manner like us with
> and walking and thinking. It is time that we recognize some of these
> important facts.
> On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Konstantin Zaitzev
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <theos-talk%40yahoogroups.com>,
> > Silva silva_cass@ wrote:
> > > Don't you think it is a bit arrogant of us to think that we could
> > > effect Nature to the point that we are now experiencing huge
> > > changes throughout the world?
> > > As Theosophists we know that nature is formed by heirarchichal
> > > entities far superior to us mere plebs. My thinking is that
> > > something far bigger is unfolding
> > Yes. One of our oldest theosophists Alexei Armand, a geologist,
> > book where he shows that the Earth has experienced bigger climatic
> > than now, but every time it came near to the "point of no return",
> > temperature began to fall (or rise). He concludes that the Earth has
> > unknown regulation mechanism, what can be an argument in favour of
> > is a living being.
> > The book is called "Experiment 'Gaia". A problem of living Earth"
> > far I know, there are no translations into the western languages.
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