Mandy immediately saw the storyboard and relayed it to us thus: Hexagons are the cells compartmentalised for birth and embryology where the unity of bees creates the flow of honey from blossoms. Birds are also pollenators... this needed a bit of thought, in fitting birds into the equation, with my intellectual input being limited to impersonating Thumper in Bambi saying "burrrD" to the baby deer.
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Birds have social protocols. Geese will take turns at being a Watcher who will sacrifice itself to a predator enabling the others in the flock to escape danger. They have pair bonds and traditions such as dancing (cranes, bower birds, birds of paradise) and billing (gannets, puffins, storks). Animals exhibit a wide range of advanced social behaviours too, and appear to be capable of affection and mood swings just as humans are. Karyse, a bioresonance practitioner, knows another practitioner specialising in animal treatment and has found the same indicators on the graph to appear for animal symptoms and ailments as for people. When an animal has had enough of the healing process, it will walk away, but it will usually thank the healer before departure.
Activists raise awareness and that makes a difference to widespread perception of what is going on in the world. When we move significantly towards equal recognition of sentient consciousness that encompasses other species alongside our own, we know we'll be on the right track. Some examples of our interaction with other species include:
A crow asking for removal of porcupine quills
A turtle waits by a boat for netting to be removed
Swans stuck together ask for help
Two foxes meet in rehab
A shark freed from rope by divers
Diabolo the panther becomes Spirit - absolutely must-watch footage
Can we transfer our consciousness freely from one to another, how far does Empathy reach into the feelings of other beings, and how deeply can we cross-reference the minds of other species with our own?