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In The Souls Waiting Room, Episode 7: Giant Mushrooms and Trees

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KEEPER: There is nothing new in the history of the world, Jeff; all that changes is how and by whom. At any rate, before the second mass extinction, there were giant mushrooms called Prototaxites.

INTERVIEWER: Proto…?

KEEPER: Pro-to-tax-ites.  They were around 24 feet tall and 3 feet wide, which doesn’t sound incredibly huge when you compare them to present day trees. However, they were the tallest life Earth had ever supported back then and they were all over the planet.

INTERVIEWER: That would have been something to see.

KEEPER: Yes, indeed it was.

In episode 7, Giant Mushrooms, Trees and Fungi, the Keeper shares some insight into a world before Humans; how we are often prepared to take an Evolutionary leap, even before we know what that leap will be. The Keeper talks about climate: warming and cooling and the reasons for the many mass extinctions in Earth's history, all from the 3 Lenses: the Human/Soul connection, the Environment and Evolution.

In The Souls Waiting Room is a radio drama series because the world could use a perspective that ties together all the particles of our lives: our spirituality, our day-to-day experience and what we see happening in the world around us. Giving this context and new perspective, we hope to change what may feel like chaos into the beauty and mystery of All That Exists Without Explanation and of course, Evolution.

This series is written and produced by Linda Lombardo. The Interviewer is played by Jeff Hendler. The Keeper is played by John Breeze. Learn more about this series at http://www.thevoiceofevolution.com

 

 

 

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