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El Arbol del Tule!

September 7, 2021

The tree of Tule in Oaxaca, Mexico, boasts the largest trunk diameter in the world.


Just look at that. The little people give context to the sheer magnitude of this ENT.


Can you imagine being able to Talk to El Arbol de Tule?


A montezuma Cypress.


Estimated to be between 1600 and 6000 years old.


Close to 50 meters in girth.


And look at the name in the original, pre-spanish tongue:


Ahuehuete (meaning “old man of the water” in Nahuatl)….

The Old Man of the Water…….


Hmmmmmmm…..


Nahuatl….whoa….that sent a little shiver…


Nahua is Noah is Nuh is Manu is the common ground, the pre-jumble of history…. 🙂


But back to trees.


We need to rediscover the language of the trees.


All we’ve done the last 300-500 years is count the rings on dead ones….

May be an image of tree and nature
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