Geomythic Earth: Readings and Field Notes in Planet Geomancy (Primer on Earth's Geomantic Reality Series, #2)

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We live on a planet whose landscape is redolent with old stories about a seemingly long-past and almost forgotten world. But that antique world we may glimpse through the myths actually provides us a user’s guide to the planet today. In a time of escalating ecological crisis and unchecked climate change, knowledge of our geomythic Earth may provide exactly what we need to start making changes. Read the old myths the right way and you get an operational manual for the Earth.

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Overview

We live on a planet whose landscape is redolent with old stories about a seemingly long-past and almost forgotten world. But that antique world we may glimpse through the myths actually provides us a user’s guide to the planet today. In a time of escalating ecological crisis and unchecked climate change, knowledge of our geomythic Earth may provide exactly what we need to start making changes. Read the old myths the right way and you get an operational manual for the Earth.

Richard Leviton has been researching myths about the landscape—a field often called Earth Mysteries or geomancy—for more than two decades. And he’s been out in the field experiencing and interacting with the Earth at this exciting geomythic level, writing reports and summaries and overviews along the way about our marvelous Earth as seen from this vital geomantic perspective.

Here is a wealth of topics representing all aspects of the subtle energies, exquisite design, and interactive features of our geomythic planet, including the Gaia Hypothesis, ley lines, the Grail myth, deep ecology, angels, gnomes, landscape star-maps, Gaia herself, the role of the Christ and Supreme Being, mythic figures such as the Fisher King, Merlin, Albion, dragons, River-gods, profiles of pioneering researchers such as John Michell, vistas on the geomantic underpinnings of ecology, theories on the planetary grid and its monumental changes now underway and how they will affect our lives, and much more. It’s a thorough introduction to a big subject, but a subject of big importance to anyone concerned with the planet today.

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