From the Pine Tree Kingdom
It is the Pine Tree Kingdom that addresses you today. Pine Trees are one of the few trees that are not deciduous, or in other terms, we do not lose our needles in winter. The reason for this is that the Pine Tree Kingdom, much like Redwood Trees has not lost the information on regeneration. It is due to our ability to regenerate that we do not lose our needles even in the coldest of climates.
Regeneration is about the ability of the biology to repair cells or portions of the form without requiring it to die and be replaced. It is through the loss of the ability to regenerate that the seasons have come to be in which leaves and flowers are present only in certain seasons of any given year cycle. Even in Hawaii, for however warm it may be, there is still a “winter”. Any deciduous plant or tree therefore loses its leaves or flowers during the winter, even in the tropics. Perhaps this speaks to how far in consciousness even the plant kingdoms have fallen beloved; most cannot even regenerate in a tropical environment.
Asur’Ana is always sad as all the leaves and flowers fall off the Plumeria trees on the islands, for the air loses the sweet fragrance of the Plumeria blossoms. Upon the Big Island and before she left to move to Kauai, the Plumeria trees in her neighborhood ceased to lose their leaves or flowers. This is a sign that the vegetation upon the Big Island is beginning to ascend into the regenerative paradigm; as regeneration does not require the loss of leaves or flowers in any season.
(NOTE: Asur’Ana has relocated to Norway in December 2019 to facilitate the collection and transcription of records and information regarding the original seeding of humankind about 200,000 years ago. Piecing the records back to 200,000 years ago involves the seeding of the Grand Masters from Sirius. They were seeded at the North Pole. Hawaii used to be located on the North Pole and because of the pole shift, it’s currently located where it is.)
Long ago, flowers bloomed once and were retained for years upon any flowering bush or tree upon Earth’s surface. Some flowering plants and trees retain such an ability within the Inner Earth to this day. Asur’Ana loves wearing leis in Hawaii, as the fragrance is so beautiful and far nicer than the nicest perfume to smell. It is lovely to be surrounded by flowers! Read more