Monday, February 14, 2011

Who Gets Stung by Bees? (book 1 chapter 11 part 2)

In this part, Anastasia discusses the importance of having a bee colony in your garden plot. She explains in detail how to build a hive from either a hollowed out log or from scratch with boards of wood; where to position it, how to attract bees to it, how to collect honey, and all aspects of caring for it. She also offers the following interesting information to Vladimir.

"What you may not know is that bees' mouths open up channels in the plants through which the plants take in supplemental information reflected by the planets - information the plants (and, subsequently, human beings) require."

"But bees sting people, don't you see? How can somebody get a good rest at a dacha if they're constantly afraid of being stung?"

"Bees only sting when people act aggressively toward them, wave them off, become afraid or irritated inside - not necessarily at the bees, but just at anyone. The bees feel this and will not tolerate the rays of any dark feelings. Besides, they may attack those parts of the body where there are channels connecting with some diseased internal organ or where the protective aura has been torn, and so forth.

"You know that bees are already effectively used in treating the disease you call radiculitis, but that is far from being the only thing they can do."

Diana Cooper in her book "2012 and Beyond" also devotes a chapter to bees and says the following.

Bees originate from the Pleiades. They came in the days of Golden Atlantis to learn about the sweetness of life and to serve us by pollinating flowers. They taught us about aspects of sacred geometry and demonstrated an ordered community life with harmonious industry. They were even prepared to share some of their honey with us.

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