Section 4: Sun/Consciousness/Birth

Section 4: Sun/Consciousness/Birth
 
About Place Journal Volume III Issue I Enlightened Visions June 2014 aboutplacejournal.org

The map of the continents beneath this blazing sun points out how the sun reaches every corner of the earth. As methane and CO2 increase, sunlight will diminish, as it has since the 1950s. Light can’t be explained, but through its energy, we see and feel kinship with life. Longhouse people of Turtle Island call the sun “Our Elder Brother” who rises and walks on a slightly different path above us every day. Sunlight makes possible vision and sensual experience. The sun soothes, warms, and if it’s hot, makes us sweat, cooling us down. We imagine the sun as bringing consciousness, happiness, security, and pleasure.

Leroy Wilson
Dawn of a New Age
Outcaste
Half Caste
 
Scott T. Starbuck
Meteor
Magic Hat
A Tale of Lucifer, an Old Man, and the University of Arizona and the Vatican
Telescopes on Mt. Graham
 
Clemencio Bascar
Crack in the Horizon
 
Wendy Call, Translator
Three poems by Irma Pineda

Gue’ la’ Be’ ne
Sun
Sea
 
Kierstin Bridger
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Russell Brickey
King Juda
Nuclear Nomads
 
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