The Mycosis Backbone

January 30, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

 

Now this my forest friends is the gold. This is what ties it all together. These are the Mycosis spores that connect all life in the forest and potentially all life throughout our world and possibly beyond if star trek has it right. This is a Tagua seed also known as sustainable ivory. It is loved and revered by many and the more you do so out in the world the more it grows in the forest. It might be possible that just through your love you influence these spores to grow. You see the seed doesn’t seem to germinate without them. 

I was in the forest 2 weeks ago and saw many of these blue and white coral like structures growing out of seeds but did not collect any samples because I didn’t have anything appropriate to take them home in. Today when I went back every seed that had spores was now sprouted and deeply root into the ground. It seems there is a relationship between the spores and getting something to grow. Maybe if we learned a bit more about these we could employ this technology to help speed up regrowth of our forests and we could all start to breath a bit easier in here. Sending all my love to all of you from the forest.

 


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