View Full Version : Yellowstone River Oil Spill
3rd July 2011, 01:11
My heart center on Earth at this time is Yellowstone. The Yellowstone River has now been befouled by ExxonMobil's machinations and faulty oil piping. Gratefully, well after it exits the Yellowstone caldera, out in Billings. Still, it is a huge huge blow to these sacred waters. Link to the article below.
Holding the light for those in the dark that perpetuate this madness in the name of little pieces of paper with numbers printed on them is going to get tougher with this new development. I am well aware that Gaia may make some major rumbles in the parklands because of this continued insolence. Rock on, mother Earth. Do what you must. May the waters be healed..........seems like some humans are continuing to act in expression of their choice for the 'by whatever means necessary' clause.
3rd July 2011, 01:21
I smell a plot - this is too similar to other so called accidents
PSSST see below...
3rd July 2011, 01:52
This sad news needs the help of the hooponopono song....
3rd July 2011, 03:43
they are gonna set it on fire, flood the east and fire in the west. stay alert stay alive. the ptb are ramping up their evil agenda to keep the public looking one way, and boom your blindsided...
Darla Ken Jensen Pearce
3rd July 2011, 04:21
Yellowstone is one of my favorite places! This sounds like it may be where the Buffalo kids save the buffalo by Duck Creek and where the Eagles nest. It could be needing some cleansing with all the deaths of buffalo by Montana Fish and Wildlife who for years have harassed mothers and calves during birthing season who wandered out of Yellowstone National Park boundaries. I can't remember now how far Billings was from West Yellowstone but Duck Creek sounded familiar.
Well, it's been a few years since I was up there, so I'm not sure but sure hated to see this event happen with the oil in Yellowstone River. The killing of Buffalo during Winter due to pressures put upon Montana by Cattle interests led to the death of hundreds of these sacred animals who share our world. I used to visit the kids. Each year there was a big battle with the Buffalo kids sitting and guarding members of the herd versus Deputies on snow mobiles herding them into pens and killing grounds. All things Yellowstone are sacred but much death surrounds the park, too. Like in the olden days when one time they killed 10,000 elk ~ near Gardiner ~ not a nice historical background. I did some studying at the Park on Grizzles and Wolves for some years and came across that sad incident. Such a tough and ugly job but someone had to do it. <smile> Yellowstone is so beautiful! It was one of my toughest assignments ; ) Much love! xoxoxoxox
4th July 2011, 04:59
Darla, great to know you are part of the GYE (greater yellowstone ecosystem) consciousness. I too knew many of the Buffalo Field Campaign folks and just yesterday was thinking of someone I knew who would go out on skis with their TUBA (along with some other merry ski musical prankster types) doing the work of 'encouraging' the bison to move back into the park boundaries, thus avoiding spring slaughter. the brucellosis issue was totally cooked up by the montana cattle industry, that much is clear. a difficult land, indeed. fire and ice, life and death, where the only constant is change. and the steaming pools of mother breath bathing one into deep stillness and connection all the while, hearing the sounds of her breathing through the more unulsual geyser features. indeed, it was a huge place of my foundling hood.
have been busy busy today with some clearing work on a variety of levels. cried some tears for the river last night. billings is quite far from west yellowstone, on the other side of the beartooths, north of cooke city. still, the river flows in both directions, even if the water only appears to move one way. life is on the continuum.
glad you made it through the toughest assignments. it was one of mine as well. two summers and two winters guiding the dead and nearly dead on vacation, and piloting an antique bombardier snowcoach, number 714, which I lovingly named 'the yellow submarine'. if you are guided to work in yellowstone, in any capacity, you are surely on the shamanic path. kudos sister of the caldera. prayers to you and the sacred spaces we have loved and shared.
Darla Ken Jensen Pearce
4th July 2011, 05:32
Wow. Sorry I missed you in the Yellow Submarine, sounds like great fun. So happy to be sisters of the great caldera and to know you, sweetie! Great journey! Much love! xoxoxox
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