"When you help a little squirrel,
you are helping the whole planet!"
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Q.What could be better than a squirrel photo masterpiece?
A. Twelve photo masterpieces, one for each month of the year!
Here's how to get your 2013 Squirrel Calendar!
Just send an email to Julie @ this address: email@example.com
or you may call 512-448-2374
Personal checks and money orders are accepted and postage is included provided postage to your location is $5.00 or less.
If you live far away, like Japan or the UK, then please go to www.squirrelplanet.org and on the homepage there is a PayPal donate button. Click to donate $25. to cover the postage and email me the address where you want it sent.
(I am not using PayPal for domestic orders since I have to pay a percentage to PayPal and that would make the cost of the calendar go up by $2.~)
All proceeds go toward the feeding, housing, and loving care of our little orphaned or injured squirrels that live inside and the feeding of our local squirrels at Austin's hike and bike trail.
|Squirrel King of Austin|
|King Nut of Linderhof|
What are the superior qualities of royalty? They are capable, compassionate, considerate of the needs of the whole, and contribute to the harmony of the entire kingdom.
King Nut, great leader of Squirreldom, has said: "Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you." Of course he borrowed these words from Lao Tzu, but that is what makes him such a great leader!
You may remember the Great Lord Pete, renowned squirrel diplomat and advocate for squirrel welfare. He is known to have said:
"The career of a sage is of two kinds~ he is either honored by all in the world, like a flower waving its head, or else he disappears into the silent forest."
Lord Pete's great great grand niece is the famous Princess Nubbins. She was loved by the entire court for her sweet countenance and is known for her generosity and compassion to all beings. People would come to the young Nubbins and ask for her guidance. She is most famous for her teachings on the topic of the Greatest Healing Power in the Universe~ Love!
|Pucky in outer space: Messenger of Peace!|
Yes, we've finally made it! It's 2012 and squirrels all over the Cosmos are taking their positions for the
GREAT SHIFT OF THE AGES!
You can see it happening everywhere you look!
From the Whole Foods Market in Austin,Texas:
|Whole Food's Trail Mix Display|
|Kilmarnock's Coat of Arms|
|Global Love Project|
|Squirrel Sadhus performing a house blessing|
|Squirrel Keepers of Wisdom|
|Squirrel Sadhu giving Shaktipat|
|The Original Mona Lisa|
Many people do not realize that many of the world's greatest works of art have featured little squirrels. When these masterpieces were first created, the consciousness of that particular decade could not support the idea that a squirrel was in the picture and so these works were altered to please the powers that be. Now, finally, in 2012, this year of awakening to truth, the original pieces are being found and shared!
|Michelangelo: The Creation of Squirrel Wisdom|
|Exhibit at Museum of Modern Art in Kitaurawa|
You never know where squirrels will pop up next...
sometimes in the least likely place!
Who would have thought that the famous Russian mystic and artist, Nicolas Roerich, was in fact inspired by a squirrel muse!
|Roerich's Madonna Oriflamma|
|Backdrop: Black Squirrel Peace I by Mario Ybarra Jr.|
|by Caitlin Stephens|
|I am the squirrel I want to see in the world!|
|That's me in front of the Oneness Temple back in '09|
On my first trip to the Oneness University in January '06, I stood in a long line to experience darshan with SriBhagavan at Amma's ashram in Nemam. I stood in the midst of hundreds of Indians, waiting to experience the Grace of SriBhagavan. Now at this point in my 21-day process, I was in a very nice state. And this day was special to me, for it was my birthday! Finally it was my turn to stand directly in front of Bhagavan... I excitedly stepped forward. His eyes were closed and he sat in a white chair in front of a white wall and there were various beautiful flowers all around him. In only moments, I witnessed a small grey animal crawling on the wall moving towards Bhagavan's head. OMG... is that what I think it is... or am I having a vision? I was seeing a small striped squirrel running to his head and then turning around and running away. Since we were in silence, I didn't ask anyone if they saw what I saw! Finally, back in our dormitory room, one of the women asked me if I had seen the squirrel! What a birthday gift!
|Grey squirrels getting ready for the Cosmic Party!|
If you don't believe me,
just ask any squirrel!
|Buddha at the Gas Pump|
You've probably heard the phrase "buddha at the gas pump"; which is simply a reference to the fact that even after people 'awaken' to their true essence (a.k.a. become enlightened) they still have to do the ordinary everyday things like "chop wood, carry water" and pump gas!
I just found a brilliant video of Gangaji, one of those awakened beings, and she was being interviewed on this very topic. Being intimately familiar with a squirrels' exceptional telepathy, I began to wonder if these little buddhas were making any appearances at gas pumps these days! WOW! Here's what I found.
It turns out that in Bakersfield, California, a large community of ground squirrels have taken up residency at a Chevron station. According to reports, over thirty ground squirrels have made the gas station their home! They can be seen scurrying around on the gas pumps, scampering across the parking lot and peeping down at patrons from the canopy! Typically, squirrels will relocate to the wild... to relocate to a gas station is considered pretty unusual.
OR is it?
These squirrels have become a somewhat of a local attraction and people are coming from neighboring towns just to see the squirrels! And much to the chagrin of some wildlife "officials", people have begun to feed them...
Watch the local newscast about this amazing phenomenon!
|Chop wood, carry water, pump your gas, love the squirrels!|
|Raindrops by Janet Boyd|
Mr.Nut, Bucky, and Sweet Pea added by the Squirrelady