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Book: Nature Spirits and Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina - The Fairy Queen by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä

Book: Nature Spirits and Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina - The Fairy Queen by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä

categories: Book, Ecology, Mythology, Fairies, Elemental Spirits, Parallel Worlds, Nature Religions, Nature Photography, Underwater Photoghraphy, Bermuda Nature




Jouko Tapio Kärkelä

about this book: Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina, The Fairy Queen, is an eBook directed to all people who are living in Bermuda or only visiting this beautiful island in the middle of The Atlantic Ocean, as tourists. It is also useful for everybody who is interested in the original nature of the country, ecology, nature religions and the other dimensions of existence.

This text is strongly based on facts but also on author's personal experiences and intuitive outlook on Bermuda's unique nature. The aim of the story is to help the reader to see the interconnection of all living beings and highlight the Gaia principle, which proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a self-regulating, complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions for life on the planet.

Except this, the book also reveals the hidden worlds behind the scene. Several worlds probably exist and part of them may overlap or may be be contained inside each others. It is also possible that other sentient and intelligent beings - different from our own race - colonize these worlds, beings whose ultimate meaning, goal, and secret is not yet clear to us.

In the old days Bermuda was a beautiful place to live, more bare and simple than nowadays, but in many respects also more unique with the cedar forests and unpolluted beaches. Nowadays everything is changing: Land use is increasing all the time. Cars were not allowed in Bermuda until 1946, but during the last few years the number of cars and other motor vehicles has increased very rapidly. We have now reached saturation point for the quality of life and efficiency and any more development might tip the scales,with congestion and concrete outweighing our natural treasures of green spaces andclear waters, where people can engage in leisure time and feel good.

According to the Fairy Lore, Fairies and elemental spirits represent the original nature, try to maintain that, and work for everything which is fresh and green or developing and growing in the nature. Thus, in our days, there is an irrevocable conflict between the fairy folk and human beings on Bermuda Islands. Life is a network of counterforces and nature spirits try to maintain this balance now without result. The teachings of Queen Norina are directed to us humans in order to help us again recall the everlasting and unchanging laws of nature, which were self-evident to our ancestors. She also tries to shake us awake from our dangerous slumber in hope that fungi, worms, bacteria and viruses are not witnessing the extinction of human race when we finally have destroyed our environment and completely suppressed those forces that maintain life.

The original text with several links is followed by commentaries and 163 natural photographs of a high level. Most of them have been taken underwater.


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