Trees were protected by Law in Medieval Ireland

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Which was of course God's Law - specifically Deut. 20:19-20, Matt 5:17-20: their human-food producing quality: incl Oxygen - contained in the Pentateuch/ Torah (Deuteronomy being the 5th Book of The Torah/ Law).

The Hill of Tara in Royal County Meath is named after the Torah, because the original version on scrolls is buried under that Hill: in The Ark of the Covenant, as discovered by JAH.

Ireland's Arts Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs has so far refused to give Him permission to dig 2x2 square meters to prove His claim - you can help.

The Irish descend from the Tribe of Dan of true Israel.

THEY* of course now want to cut trees down to facilitate THEIR evil electronic 5G control grid, for which they will surely curse themselves: for breaking The Law. * The Hierarchy Enslaving You.

Quote from Medieval Ireland on facebook:

"Under Brehon Law trees were protected and heavy fines were imposed for the destruction of trees based on a hierarchical classification.

Airig Fedo - ‘Nobles of the Wood’ (Chieftain Trees): Daur - Oak, Coll - Hazel, Cuilenn - Holly, Ibar - Yew, Uinnius - Ash, Ochtach - Scots Pine, Aball - Wild Apple.

Aithig Fedo - ‘Commoners of the Wood’ (Peasant Trees): , Fern - Alder, Sail - Willow, Scé - Hawthorn (Whitethorn), Cáerthann - Rowan (Mountain Ash), Beithe - Birch, Lem - Elm, Idath - Wild Cherry.

Fodla Fedo - ‘Lower Divisions of the Wood’ (Shrub Trees): , Draigen - Blackthorn, Trom - Elder (Bore Tree), Féorus - Spindle-Tree, Crithach - Aspen, Crann Fir - Juniper, Findcholl - Whitebeam, Caithne - Arbitus (Strawberry Tree).

Iosa Fedo - ‘Bushes of the Wood’ (Bramble Trees): , Raith - Bracken, Rait - Bog-Myrtle, Aiten - Gorse (Furze), Dris - Bramble (Blackberry), Fróech - Heather, Gilcach - Broom, Spín - Wild Rose (Dog Rose).

An early legal poem, translated by D.A. Binchy, reads: “A danger from which there is no escape is the penalty for felling a sacred tree". Historically, there were five great trees of Ireland: Bile Uisnigh, the ancient tree at Scé; Bíle Tortan at Ardbreccan in County Meath; Craobh Daithi in County Westmeath; Eo Rossa, a yew at Old Leighlin in County Carlow; and Eo Mugna, an oak at the mouth of the Shannon. Some of these trees were reputed to be large enough to shelter a thousand men. Trees such as oak and yew were associated with kingship. (the Irish word bíle means ‘sacred tree’)

Many other individual trees were considered sacred too. Sacred trees and groves were considered as sanctuaries, and were often the location of celebrations. The ancient Irish built no temples. Instead, they treated nature as a temple. Trees were the oldest living things and were treated as sources of great wisdom. Fairy Thorns and Rag Trees were considered to be frequently visited by beings of the Otherworld. Mass Bushes served as the location for sermons and Monument Trees as the location for weddings, royal inaugurations, seasonal festivals, and other social events. Even today, there is a reverence for Fairy Trees; highway construction workers have diverted the course of their road so as to leave a single hawthorn standing.

Approximate pronunciation guide

Bile – bil-a

Dris - Dr-ish

Eo - oh

Féorus - Faor-us

Fróech – Froo-ach

Scé - Scah

Uisnigh -u/w ish nee"

Image: A Fairytale tree tunnel, Co. Meath, Ireland. Photo by: Jacco

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How long must we suffer O Lord? – Until you return to keeping and enforcing The Law

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Will they use "Covid spreading pollen" as an excuse to cut down trees to facilitate their fraudulent 5G rollout?

How long must we suffer O Lord? – Until you return to keeping and enforcing The Law

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@be1 Love that tree video :blue_heart: :yellow_heart:

Thank-you both for sharing.

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I love it too.:heart::blush:

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Trees talk to each other, one pine seedling root can transmit carbon to another pine seedling root

It turns out tree converse in the language of carbon but also nitrogen and phosphorus and water and defense signals and allele chemicals and harmones.....

How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard - YouTube couldn't locate this film on any other platform but youtube)

Top 5 BIGGEST Trees on Earth

Sad to say with all the damaging 5G and wi-fi environmental effects, these trees may not be around much longer.

Barrie Trower: An Interview of Grave Importance to Humanity

WEF’s “Invest in Trees” EXPOSED: Global Surveillance Grid

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Learn more about why we need to plant and care for trees:

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Thank-you. And agreed.

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You are certainly welcome. Thank-you.

Douglas-fir: Tallest Tree In The World?

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Hyperion, Coast Redwood: tallest known living tree, M. Vaden

The heights of the tallest trees in the world, presently and historically, have been hotly contested ever since people started estimating and measuring the tallest living things. In the pursuit of records tree heights have been exaggerated - tall tales, mythical and legendary stories emerge from the great forests. So what are the tallest trees on the planet?

The Current Top Three Tallest Trees On Earth

The following are now accepted as the top three tallest measured species (currently standing specimens):

  1. Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens): 115.56 m (379.1 ft), Redwood National Park, California, United States
  2. Australian Mountain-ash (Eucalyptus regnans): 99.6 m (327 ft), south of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
  3. Coast Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii): 99.4 m (326 ft), Brummit Creek, Coos County, Oregon, United States - from Wikipedia

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Climbers in the Brummit Fir, world's tallest Douglas-fir, described by some as 335 feet tall, which would make it the second tallest known tree, not the third

How Tall Can Douglas-fir Get?

Although a Coast redwood is presently the tallest tree found to date, there is evidence that the coastal Douglas-fir has the biological capacity to surpass the redwoods in stratospheric height. Once trees reach the limit beyond which water can no longer be pumped to the top, the leader experiences 'drought stress' and dies off.

"In 2008, a study proposed that the maximum height for a Doug­las fir -- one of the world's tallest trees -- is about 453 feet (138 meters)." [source]
A Douglas-fir is the third tallest tree in the world (or second, depending on other accounts), and some believe a Douglas-fir could be, or once was, the tallest. Upper height limit estimates for the species go as high as 476 ft, and before logging began in the 19th and 20th centuries, plus 400 foot trees were probably fairly common.

Historical Accounts Of 400 Foot Douglas-fir

Sad but true man is destroying the green and blue set of lungs on the Earth.
Please see movie titled "Bright Green Lies" Bright Green Lies (2021)?

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John Butler Trio - Trees

Lyrics:
They're cutting down all the trees
Can someone stop them please
Thank God for people in this world
Who dedicate their lives to these
Thank God for people in this world
Who dedicate their lives to trees

Because...

Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to see
Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to breathe
Don't they know if they chop them down
It's only desert that they leave
Don't they know anything? NO

And it's all for the money
That love for money
Yes it's sweeter than honey
That love for money..and
Don't care about the future
Don't care about the past
You just chop those trees down
While the money it still lasts..
There's a war going on yeah
And it ain't in the middle east
It's happening in our own damn country
They're chopping down all the trees

Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to see
Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to breathe
Don't they know if they chop them down
It's only desert that they leave
Don't they know anything? NO

Hippie, ferel, protestors
Call them what you may
But if they weren't here right now
There wouldn't be a tree standing today
Hippie, ferel, protestors
Call them what you may
But if they weren't here right now
There wouldn't be a tree standing today

They're cutting down all the
They're cutting down
They're cutting down all the
They're cutting down

Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to see
Don't they know if they chop them down
There won't be anything to breathe
Don't they know if they chop them down
It's only desert that they leave
Don't they know anything? NO
Richard Court do you know anything?
Liberal Party do you know anything?
John Howard do you know anything?
Bunnings do you know anything?
Simcore do you know anything?
Hell no

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On the bright side, reduced human activity since 2020 has allowed animals and nature to benefit in some very positive ways, as shown in the following documentary film:

In this documentary naturalist-filmmaker David Attenborough shows one of the few positive effects of the Covid-19 pandemic: unexpected ways non-human animal species have temporarily improved their lives during the shutdowns. The period covered starts in March 2020 with the WHO declaration of the pandemic and it ends a year later. The locations span five continents. The photography is excellent and at times breath-taking. The film also mentions some positive changes already being made or that can be made to help both animals and humans thrive.

The movie provides an interesting look at the pervasive human footprint on the world and its effect on other animals. It shows the interrelatedness and resilience of animal species. It provides an opportunity to discuss the environmental catastrophe barrelling down on us if human societies don’t find sustainable ways of living in cooperation with other animal species and plant life.

The film is an excellent accompaniment for Earth Day observances in 2021 and perhaps later years. Educators interested in this topic should investigate: David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet and Cowspiracy The Sustainability Secret.

Watch the film with your children. Read magazine articles or books, or watch other films about the environmental crisis. Our favorites are Babe (ages 5 -8); Fly Away Home (ages 10+), Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (ages 13+), and David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet (ages 9+). Then give your children one or several ways to help reduce or correct environmental degradation.

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There is a movement to plant food trees all over Ireland, based from Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland, called The Edible Landscape Project:

The Edible Landscape Project (ELP), is a pan-European movement, based from Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

We empower individuals and communities to take care of nature and protect the planet by building local food security and climate resilience. How do we do this? Through education and network building and by advocating for policy change, building community consensus, and embedding practical, land-based food solutions, for the local environment.

Check out our Tree Towns Initiative© where we are planting community orchards of fruit and nut trees across, starting in Ireland in 2020 and expanding across our European network from 2021. We can do something positive to reverse the effects of climate change. We can start by planting trees and edible landscapes in our local communities to build community resilience for the future.

Planting all manner of trees to be used for food in the land, is stipulated in The Law, so planting many edible trees in the land is a step in the right direction:

Leviticus
19:23 And when ye shall come into the land, and shall have planted all manner of trees for food, then ye shall count the fruit thereof as uncircumcised: three years shall it be as uncircumcised unto you: it shall not be eaten of.
19:24 But in the fourth year all the fruit thereof shall be holy to praise the "I AM" [withal].
19:25 And in the fifth year shall ye eat of the fruit thereof, that it may yield unto you the increase thereof: I [am] the "I AM" your God.

Enoch
10:23 And then shall all the holy people give thanks, and live until they have begotten a thousand children, while the whole period of their youth, and their Sabbaths shall be complete in peace. In those days all the Earth shall be cultivated in righteousness; it shall be wholly planted with trees, and filled with benediction; every tree of delight shall be planted in it (Ps. 67).
10:24 In it shall vines be planted; and the vine which shall be planted in it shall yield fruit to excess; every seed, which shall be sown in it, shall produce for one measure a thousand; and one measure of olives shall produce ten presses of oil (Mic. 4:3-4).

Aristeas
5:24 I have permitted this digression because it was Eleazar who pointed out with great clearness the points which have been mentioned. For great is the energy which they expend on the tillage of the soil. For the land is thickly planted with multitudes of olive trees, with crops of corn and pulse, with vines too, and there is abundance of honey. Other kinds of fruit trees and dates do not count compared with these.

Perhaps people from Gibraltar and the Campo could also start a project like this and work together to do something similar, in order to have a positive effect and help their local communities - an important step in returning to The Law.

Lots of edible trees and plants then also attract lots of pollinators such as bees, that are then able to produce an abundance of honey, and when there are more insects and trees, then there are also more birds, all of which is good for people and the environment.

It just goes to show that by following even a single stipulation in The Law faithfully, it produces multiple cascades of positive effects for both the land and people.

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"Trees" A Poem by Joyce Kilmer Bible Basics Presentation

TREES by Joyce Kilmer

I THINK that I shall never see

A poem lovely as a tree.

A tree whose hungry mouth is prest

Against the sweet earth's flowing breast;

A tree that looks at God all day,

And lifts her leafy arms to pray;

A tree that may in summer wear

A nest of robins in her hair;

Upon whose bosom snow has lain;

Who intimately lives with rain.

Poems are made by fools like me,

But only God can make a tree.

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Song for the Trees // Sounds Like Reign (Lyric Video)

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Such insanity!!!

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Criminally INSANE

Are we really going to allow this to happen to the beautiful life giving trees?

[ECO-INSANITY! CNN demands we CUT DOWN healthy trees and bury them in mass graves to save the planet

](The Health Ranger Report: ECO-INSANITY! CNN demands we CUT DOWN healthy trees and bury them in mass graves to save the planet)

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