Serafin Borgia 
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Things are over growing rapidly in an unusual and unnerving growth cycle .The majority of my herbs reached their full flowering capacity by May.This should not happen until July.I lost both Echinacea and Ginseng in one day.Our high desert landscape is littered by browning, dying trees and vegetation.
We are caught in a landcape that looks partially like mars and partially like a strange prehistoric land.
It feels tainted and sad.
There has been an unusual shift in the small creatures. I have seen very few lizards and crickets this year. Not one horny toad lizard. The lady bugs were abundant very early in the season, now there are none.
I had extremely large swarms of bees moving from tree to tree on my property, yet never staying long enough for the beekeepers to rescue them. I have not seen one bee in weeks.
We are witnessing the subjugation and destruction of nature and all things whimsical and pure.
If I had an ark I would begin filling it. But where to sail it to?

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Posted by Serafin Borgia on 06/20/2015 at 9:10 AM

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