Creating Waves of Awareness
You cannot kill a Redwood Tree
A modern day Johnny Appleseed plants and plants all these tree..
David Milarch is on a quest to save California's coast redwoods, some of the world's oldest and largest living things; he may be saving the planet along the way.
There is nothing like a coast redwood. Sequoia sempervirens is the planet’s tallest tree, soaring to heights of more than 320 feet into the sky. They have trunks of more than 27 feet wide and can live for over 2,000 years. Some of the arboreal gentle giants living today were alive during the time of the Roman Empire.
Homeopathic Trituration Proving of Albino “Ghost” Redwood (
Led by Anneke Hogeland, MS, MFT, CHom and Judy Schriebman, CCH, RSHom(NA) Written and compiled by Sonya McLeod, BA, DCH, RCSHom
About Albino Redwood
Albino Redwood Etymology
The word albino is from the Latin word albus, meaning white. Redwood literally means “wood that has a red hue” referring specifically to California Redwood, Sequoia sempervirens.
Spirit Tree is another name for this tree. The word spirit is from the French “espirit” which means “the animating principle in man and animals,” and from the Latin “spiritus” meaning “soul, courage, vigor, breath,” related to spirare “to breathe,” and the Indo European word (s)peis “to blow.”
Some also refer to this tree as the Ghost Tree. Ghost originates from the old English word “gast” meaning “soul, spirit, life, breath; good or bad spirit, angel, demon,” and from the Indo European word “gheis” meaning “to be excited, amazed, frightened.”
What is an Albino Redwood?
Albinism is always the result of a genetic defect. In plants, albinism is characterized by the absence of chlorophyll, the vital substance that makes plants green. Chlorophyll collects light energy to be used by green plants to manufacture food in the process of photosynthesis. Lacking chlorophyll, the albino redwood has to obtain nutrients by some other means than photosynthesis if it is to survive. By sharing a common root system with regular redwoods or by attachment to a parent tree, albino redwoods tap the food supply of normal redwoods to sustain life and growth. Albino redwoods are essentially parasitic.
Because the coast redwood is among the most genetically complex of plants, it is not surprising that genetic mutations (albino redwoods) exist.
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