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Plant Minds: Exploring the Marvels of Flora’s Kingdom, Part 2 of 2

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In Part 1 of this series, we introduced how the tree rings of ancient forests across the world hold clues to the life and death of the planet. However, deciphering tree rings is not the only task of scientists. Tree rings also amaze us with spiritual messages beyond human rationality. In Wantage, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, an apprentice tree surgeon named Callum Johnson was astonished to discover the face of Lord Jesus Christ (vegetarian) in the trunk of a tree. Mr. Johnson noted that the growth rings of the tree are organized in such a way as to display the familiar features of the Son of God, showing clearly defined head, eyes, nose, mustache, beard, and trademark flowing locks. He was touched by the image.

While science has yet to ascertain whether trees can “see” the Son of God, researchers have unraveled how plants perceive light without eyes. Moreover, recent research from the Sainsbury Laboratory at Cambridge University suggests that plants might be able to communicate using light-based signals.

Plants continue to surprise us: not only can they “see,” but they also speak! Recent research led by Professor Lilach Hadany and her colleagues at Tel Aviv University suggests that plants produce meaningful sounds when stimulated. This stimulation could result from drought or physical injury, prompting the plants to emit ultrasonic sounds reminiscent of bubble wrap popping. Researchers have made another fascinating discovery about how plants warn each other of imminent threats. When plants face danger, they emit airborne compounds to alert neighboring vegetation. This method of communication serves as a crucial defense mechanism for plant communities.

Why plants demonstrate concern for their neighbors despite facing threats remains a mystery to science. However, spiritual teachings offer intriguing insights into this behavior. According to our Most Benevolent Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan), plants are considered spiritual beings, with some trees reaching levels of spirituality akin to high-level Saints. This suggests that altruism may be inherent to their essence. In March 2020, Supreme Master Ching Hai revealed that forests and animal-people have sacrificed their lives to earn time for humanity’s awakening at this 11th hour of our collective existence.
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