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Commonly known as the Californian Redwood. They are native to the coastal region of California and in Oregon.

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      10.08.2009 14:49
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      "Life is just a chance to grow a soul." A. Powell Davies

      "Our songs began one primordial dawn,

      and our glorious chorus was vast...

      We sing of Life in all it's cyclic glory,

      Unity, Community, Harmony, and

      Wisdom of days long passed.

      Patience is the wellspring

      from which all things flow;

      Strength to endure,

      Wisdom in silence,

      Vision in action.

      Living with Great Heart

      could set the World aglow!

      Although we are few now,

      you may yet gather within our colossal court

      where still we whisper of forgotten lore

      As All Our Relations we support

      with eternally generous root and bough."

      Who Sings Now?



      "Whoever speaks in primordial images speaks with a thousand voices." ~ Carl Jung

      The giant sequoia, also called "Sierra redwood" and the "Big Tree", were once found almost world wide. Their natural range is now restricted to the moist coastal belt of Northern California, a strip in the Sierra Nevada mountains, and a small group of meta sequoia (Dawn Redwood) in a remote valley in China. These are the only living examples of a tree line that at one time spanned the earth and was growing at the time of the dinosaurs. This is one of the oldest (a recorded 2,000 years) and fastest growing species of trees around. Sequoia's have reached well over 200 feet in height!

      The bark alone can be two feet thick, and is it's main defense against disease, fire, and invasion, although insects seem to find this tree distasteful. The taller and more slender California Redwood has a more conifer-like appearance and can reach over 300 feet in height! Their native areas provide them with heavy rains, cool coastal air, and fog year round. As heavy rains have left the soil with few nutrients, these trees depend on the entire biotic community of the forest, and complete recycling of those that have passed before them. Sequoia teaches us the value of patience, time, planning, connectivity to nature, and keeping a thick skin between us and the many potential hurts and invasions we encounter while living.

      Davy's Bit

      The Redwood speaks to us of slowing down and really listening to life; seeking the wisdom gained by our forefathers as well as looking ahead with clear vision to make better choices. Unity and living in Harmony with All Our Relations are part of the primordial message of this Teacher, as well as strength, endurance, resilience, and triumph over adversity. Sequoia is a powerful Teacher who sings of many Mysteries long forgotten. They can teach us how to recognize, unlock, and best pass through any transformative doorway in life. Sequoia asks that we remember that connectivity to Nature and All Our Relations is our most consistent pathway to Wisdom and Creator.

      Balanced Sequoia people will seem wise or knowledgeable beyond their years, quiet, patient, thoughtful...as un-hasty as an Ent on a mild afternoon. Both have an amazing ability to adapt, survive, and thrive in many places and conditions, even after devastating injury! Sequoias support entire ecosystems within their broad spaces, and Sequoia people can have an amazing assortment of people in their lives. Their great hearts require them to be involved on many levels with the World, as this is what feeds and nurtures them, and to return those loving attitudes by supporting others. They also, like their leafy cousins, operate best when saturated with healthy emotions (water) and when they keep themselves rooted in reality in a healthy way (rich soil). The potential wealth of Wisdom from this Teacher is limitless and best received directly from the source.

      ". . . Poets . . . create from the very depths of the collective unconscious, voicing aloud what others only dream."~ Carl Jung

      Potential Balancing Energies: Ants, Beetles, Bees, Dragonfly and other Insects, Spiders, Birds (like the marbled murrelet or the northern spotted owl), Lepidoptera, Fungi, Mulberry, Fire, Water, Earth, Sun, Air, Bear, Moose, Elk, Earthworm, Squirrel, Mouse and other Rodents, Rhododendron, Hazel, Redwood Sorrel, Raccoon, Porcupine, Marten, Banana Slug, Ferns, Bobcat, Turkey Vulture, Gray Fox, Rabbit, Toad and Salamander

      Key Concepts: Time, Ancestors, Ancient wisdom and ancestral memory, patience, endurance, far-sightedness, strength, harmonious Unity, Longevity, resilience, perseverance, life/death/rebirth cycle, Creation, Mysteries, Doorways, the connectivity of Nature, and the collective unconscious, Visions and Dreamtime energy

      Associated Gods/Goddesses or Mythic figures: I do not know that the Sequoia is associated with any particular Deity, but this Teacher was named after the half-blooded Cherokee man who devoted himself to studying language so that he might give his people a written language, George Gist. The exact meaning of this name seems much contested. Not being a scholar of the Cherokee language, or a knowledgeable historian I cannot even guess at the true meaning of the word "Sequoia". Other names given to this Teacher refer to their distinctive color and vast size. Through it's Key Concepts, the Sequoia could be associated with Ptah, Thoth, Osiris, Aeon/Chronos, Cernunnos, Herne, Ogham, and Janus


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