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Birds Of A Feather: Shadorma

“The Eagle and the Condor prophecy of the Amazon speaks of human societies splitting into two paths – that of the Eagle, and that of the Condor. The path of the Condor is the path of heart, of intuition, and of the feminine. The path of the Eagle is the path of the mind, of the industrial, and of the masculine.

The Eagle and Condor prophecy says that the 1490s would begin a 500 year period during which the Eagle people would become so powerful that they would virtually drive the Condor people out of existence. This can be seen in the conquering of the Americas and the killing and oppressing of the indigenous peoples in the subsequent 500 years – up to and including today.

The prophecy says that during the next 500-year period, beginning in 1990, the potential would arise for the Eagle and the Condor to come together, to fly in the same sky, and to create a new level of consciousness for humanity. The prophecy only speaks of the potential, so it’s up to us to activate this potential and ensure that a new consciousness is allowed to arise.

The Eagle And The Condor prophecy.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER

See eagles
Stuck at loggerheads
Dissecting
Arguing
While up above the condor
Surveys … no comment

Puzzles


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PUZZLES

Is this cup I hold here half empty
Or else, as some would have me think, half full?
A troubling conundrum, eternally insoluble
Yet quickly resolved by simply letting go

Full of confidence, the tortoise
Challenges his friend the hare to a race
“Just give me a ten yard start,” he says
“And you’ll never catch me,” he boasts

And he’s right, for whenever Hare reaches the spot
The tortoise has already gone
Still … When the hare has gone twenty yards
Where is the tortoise then?

Imagine a goose in a narrow-necked glass bottle
How can you get the goose out of the bottle
Without either of them coming to any harm?
Easily … There; it’s free

A puzzle you might find more tricky
History professors can’t answer it
Scientists still haven’t solved it
Which came first: the chicken or the egg?

Just My Luck

JUST MY LUCK

Unfortunately
I have recently
Been befriended

By the well known
Franco-Irish know-it-all
Eamonn Ayviss

Who has undertaken
A fault-finding mission
From here to eternity

Even more unfortunately
He has an annoying habit
Of continually breathing

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Non-franocophilies may need to check out “a mon avis” on their favoured on-line translator.

It’s Like I Say

IT’S LIKE I SAY

Fogged by assumptions
We assume twenty-twenty
While blind as a bat

Every Time You Succeed

EVERY TIME YOU SUCCEED

Every time you succeed
In analysing the whole problem
To the point where you see exactly what’s wrong
And begin to investigate
Just what the answers are
You realise again
That it’s no use
To try and be clever …

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