Also if you can bring many flowers to be planted among the park, there is these people called butterfly people, and to make the butterflies come back, please help, there is many stories about how the butterfly people saved lives, and how beautiful they are, so please help me save this park 😊, #butterflypeople#savethebutterflypark#joplintornado
1 84 November, 2019
אני חושב על הסווט בשבוע הבא... המבוא לקבוצת התמיכה בגברים בתהליכי פרידה וגירושין.
ושואל את עצמי למה אני נמנע מלהשתתף באירועים כאלה.
קל לי להכנס לקונכיה שלי. לא להשקיע בעצמי, לא לטפל בעצמי, לא לקחת אחריות.
לחשוב שהדברים יסתדרו מעצמם.
להמנע מלקבל תמיכה.
תהליך הגירושין וכל מה שעברתי בתוכו הביא אותי להבנה שאני חייב תמיכה. חייב מקום להרפות בו ללא שיפוט וביקורת, מקום לפרוק, שאוכל להוציא ממני הכל.
זאת המחשבה שהיתה לי כשהחלטתי לפתוח את הקבוצה butterfly people לאפשר תהליך ומקום בו אפשר להתנקות ולשחרר עם תמיכה של עוד גברים שנמצאים איתי באותה סירה.
להתרוקן כדי שמהמקום הזה נוכל להתמלאו מחדש.
מזמין אתכם לסווט מבוא שאחריו תבנה קבוצה של 4 מפגשים בהם נתבונן על התהליך שעובר עלינו.
נזיע, נתנקה, נשחרר, נפרק ונרכיב.
נעשה זאת בעזרת הסווט לודג' והכלים של הדרך האדומה עם הרפואת של האדמה, המים, האויר והאש.
תבואו יהיה מדהים!
❤🙏🔥 יום חמישי 14.11
חוה של אהבה- תלמי אלעזר
Such a wonderful morning learning about how we can all start doing our part to help save and protect the monarch butterfly population. Chances are that they will be totally gone within 10 years if we don’t start taking action. It’s so sad to think that the next generation might never see one fluttering around. Thank you @insectropolis and @endangeredwings for putting together such a magnificent event. I am excited to plant my milkweed and to inform others of how they can help out. #savethemonarchs#nativeplants#butterflypeople#hermosamariposa
The 6th Cryptid is from Joplin, Missouri, like my dad! This is a much lesser known one that I was told about last year and what inspired me to start drawing them!
6. The Joplin Butterfly People
An EF5 tornado tore through Joplin, Missouri, on 22 May 2011. The tornado, a mile wide, killed 161 people in this town of 50,789 and injured 1,150; insurance damage claims reached toward $3 billion. When the storm was gone, and dazed residents started to shift through the rubble of what was once their lives, stories, strange stories began to seep through the horror. Stories of hope. Stories of the Butterfly People.
In the chaotic first days after the tornado, when nothing seemed real, word of the butterfly people began to spread.
The stories were shared in hospital waiting rooms and in lines for donated food. They were told by neighbors on streets so devastated there was nothing to do but stand and stare. A Red Cross counselor heard the stories as she handed out water and work gloves to residents in a hard-hit part of town. She got goose bumps. She told her pastor, who asked her to tell the congregation. She remembers how the crowd gasped.
The stories about butterfly people coursed through Joplin, passing one by one and then by the many, tales describing what children reported seeing on that Sunday night in May as the tornado bore down. The children said the butterfly people protected them.
The next 3 Cryptids are more location specific, cultural legends:
4. The mysterious Night Crawlers of Fresno, California.
The modern Fresno Nightcrawler sightings began back in the 1990s and have only occurred a few times since then.
These strange beings are cryptids that look like pants, but are only a few feet high and are seen just wandering around. There are only a few eyewitnesses in Fresno, but the Nightcrawlers do pop up on other surveillance cameras, startling whoever checks the CCTV tapes.
Much video footage of cryptids is easily debunked by video analysis, but the weird thing about the Nightcrawlers is that the videos seem to be legit.
While the Fresno public is intrigued by the phenomenon, nobody seems to show very much worry since nothing negative has been associated with the sightings.
These sightings are not a recent development. The local Native American tribe insist that these creatures have been walking around for a long time.
The Cryptids are Greeting cards, stickers, and magnets!
3. The Ocean Beast is based off of Sea Monster legends like the Kraken and Umibozo.
Sea monsters are beings from folklore believed to dwell in the sea and often imagined to be of immense size. Marine monsters can take many forms, including sea dragons, sea serpents, or multi-armed beasts. They can be slimy and scaly and are often pictured threatening ships or spouting jets of water. The definition of a "monster" is subjective, and some sea monsters may have been based on scientifically accepted creatures such as whales and types of giant and colossal squid.
The kraken is a legendary cephalopod-like sea monster of giant size in Scandinavian folklore. According to the Norse sagas, the kraken dwells off the coasts of Norway and Greenland and terrorizes nearby sailors.
In the early Edo period scroll Bakemono no e, umibōzu is shown to have a shaved, smooth head and appears to be all black but it also looks like a mix between a dog and possibly a sea serpent and an octopus.
One theory about the origin of umibōzu is that they are the spirits of dead priests who were thrown into the ocean by Japanese villagers for some reason or another. Because their bodies have nowhere to be laid to rest, their souls inhabit the oceans and haunt it in the shape of a dark shadow, reaping its revenge upon any souls unlucky enough to come across it.
The Cryptids are Greeting cards, stickers, and magnets!
2. The Lake Monster is based on the Ogopogo of Canada and the Loch Ness Monster of Scotland. Both have ancient origins but modern sightings.
Scotland's Loch Ness may have the fame as far as lake monsters go, but for many monster searchers (often dubbed cryptozoologists), Ogopogo — a creature said to lurk in Canada's Lake Okanagan — is the most likely and best documented of all lake monsters.
Ogopogo is often described as dark and multi-humped, with green, black, brown or gray skin. The head is said to look like that of a snake, sheep, horse, seal or even an alligator. Some eyewitnesses say it has ears or horns; others don't. Many sightings simply describe a featureless "log" that came alive.
In Scottish folklore, the Loch Ness Monster or Nessieis said to be a creature that inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It is often described as large in size with a long neck and one or more humps protruding from the water. Popular interest and belief in the creature have varied since it was brought to worldwide attention in 1933.