Tuesday, 17 July 2007


Following mindfully along previous posts in this community report about sustainability of life I discovered this following article about the Coelacanth fish and post it here following todays report in the SMH that another fish has been removed from the ancient waters of our time as he tries to mimic a person breathing truth.

May all seem rather fishy however we invite you to check out the article, there could easily be some relationship for us to scale and maintain our connection with the ancient wisdom available withing the evolutionary gills of time.

In 1938, thirty two-year-old Marjorie Courtenay Latimer was the curator of a tiny museum in the port town of East London, northeast of Cape Town, South Africa. She had befriended a local seaman, Captain Hendrick Goosen, of the trawler Nerine, which fished the nearby coastal waters of the Indian Ocean. When he put into port the captain made a frequent practice of having the dockman call Miss Latimer to come look over the Nerine's catch. She was welcome to take any unusual specimens she might want for her museum.
That's all Folks Back to the Counselling Pond of our waters
Love and Blessings to all

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