From the Bamboo and Palm Trees Kingdom
It is the Bamboo and Palm Trees that address you today. We much like the gum trees are the most ancient of tree kingdoms remaining upon Earth. At another time, we would not have considered ourselves separate from the Gum Tree Kingdom; however, in the many falls in consciousness, portions of the DNA split into multiple types of trees. As the DNA splintered, attributes that were once a part of all trees associated with the Gum Tree Kingdom today were separated and now are displayed in multiple tree species.
The Gum Tree Kingdom holds the remembrance of a bark that peels, much like a snake, recreating itself anew each season, along with fragrance associated with the leaves and flowers. The Bamboo Kingdom retains the remembrance of how to build a strong trunk that is very light with many pockets of air in the middle. Palm trees on the other hand retain the remembrance of producing edible fruits in the forms of coconuts and other berries, some of which have been used in times past to produce various forms of liquor in the Hawaiian Islands.
Life on Terra Inside the Great Central Sun
Long ago and inside the Great Central Sun, trees exhibited all these characteristics. Each tree had its own fragrance for the animal or human kingdom to enjoy. Each tree had its own fruit. Humans and animals were more likely to breathe in our fragrance than eat the fruits and berries produced during this era. Humans were known to string certain berries into jewelry to adorn themselves with, as well as flowers that were worn in their hair or strung as fragrant bouquets, not unlike Polynesian tradition today.
Tree trunks were light structures that were very strong in this era. We could grow far higher in height than any tree in any rainforest today. The internal spiraling caverns of Earth or Terra as we call her had miles of space between the floors and ceilings. Our kingdom often grew miles in height creating a canopy of sorts just beneath the ceiling of each cavern that was filled with hanging stalactites and other minerals. This type of structure could only occur if the trunk itself was light enough to support such a tall structure, and indeed trunks grew in segments that were hollow in the middle allowing for this kind of height, much as with the Bamboo Species today.
The shade of the canopy of trees allowed other plant kingdoms to thrive underneath us without excessive light that would have hurt their delicate flora and fauna. This is the purpose of the tree kingdom from the Bamboo and Palm Tree Kingdom’s point of view, to be a protector of other plant kingdoms so that they may flourish in all of their splendor and beauty. Animals including humans also lived between our branches and in the shade of our leaves. Read more