BEE

My Dear Family of Light
Here is the answer of my question about the bees, it is amazing how all the pieces of the puzzle connected with my own past fall into place. Patience worths, persistence worths, Spirit has given me the answer today. The vision of the Bee that appeared several times in my meditations reveals both part of my past /connection with Druids/ as well as the current re-connection with Souls I have spent lifetimes with

Thanks to http://www.marafreeman.blogspot.com for the image and the explanation
“In Scotland’s western isles, people once talked of ‘the secret knowledge of the bees,’ for these tiny creatures were thought to embody the ancient wisdom of the Druids.
So what did the Druids know? Bees have long been considered divine messengers from the gods. And until quite recently in the Highlands and Islands, people thought that, when in sleep, trance or death, the soul left the body in the form of a bee – a belief that has clear druidic origins. Druids were trained in the art of the ‘soul-flight,’ by which they could journey to the Otherworld for knowledge from the spirits. They would probably have endorsed the tenet beloved of the mystery schools of the Near East: Si sapis, sis apis! – If you would be wise, be a bee!”
http://www.marafreeman.blogspot.com/2011/08/what-druids-knew.html

Love and Light
Tauno

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2 thoughts on “BEE

  1. I visited Mara’s sites today. Beautiful. I have also had many lifetimes as a Druid. Nice to meet another Sister of Wisdom.

    I always grow herbs in my garden. Best way I know to make many bees happy, as well as butterflies and dragonflies.

    Elizabeth

    1. So happy to know that, dear Elizabeth 🙂
      Druids were also called magi because of the knowledge they hold and keep throughout the centuries, the gathered knowledge of the nature and Cosmos and the Knowledge of the Universal Laws make their abilities seem magical, in fact this is the Knowledge in action that Druids were manifesting
      Glad that this knowledge survived
      Namaste
      Tauno

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