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Rebekah Copas
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Joined:
19/08/2011
Last Updated:
20/08/2011
Location:
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Climate Zone:
Sub-tropical
Gender:
Female





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Istituto italiano di permacultura
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My Writing Up To And Including On Entheogens

This week I got a start on redrafting the essay I posted into this site already, (overly keen definitely), after . . .

Posted over 7 years ago (2 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part Six

apologising for a sixth part of my count of five parts, but this section of the essay sustains discourse about an aspect of traditional hunter gatherer nomadic economics, which is difficult to relate to using English words, and which may need all the othe

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part Five

still the same essay which I now notice, has in fact six parts, (but the new draft is only complete up to part five here)

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part Four

Still the same essay, written for enabling clarity in intercultural communication between communities in Australia founded on permaculture principals and communities in Australia founded on indigenous cultural concepts.

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part Three.

More of the same essay, (which began as 17701 words providing a story for permies to more effectively engage among indigenous Australian society, and is increasing by including more stories teaching how indigenous Australians maintain bio-diversity)

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part Two

Still the same essay as in the previous update.

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)

An Essay for Permies in five parts: Part One

It is an essay addressing the need for adequate intercultural communication between indigenous Australians and folk sustaining Permaculture environments.

Posted almost 8 years ago (1 comments)

Link

This link is to comments I made in Daniel Pinchbeck's Reality Sandwich website, about an interview he did with Deepak Chopra; in my commentary I am highlighting an aspect of their discourse which was ill considered.

Posted almost 8 years ago (0 comments)
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