• Julie Von Nonveiller Cairnes

The Divine Message Of Bee

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams

— Henry David Thoreau

The Heart of the Beehive · Photographer unknown

In ancient times, bees were depicted by some cultures as Messengers of the Gods, and by ancient Egyptians to represent beings of high standing or royalty.

|| Wings of Life ƸӜƷ ||| 2011

In the village, a sage should go about like a bee, which, not harming flower, colour or scent, flies off with the nectar ― The Dhammapada

Bee comes to us today as a messenger from the Sun and from the God/dess of Love.

She speaks to us of the great beauty and power of community, and the incredible fruits of labour that can be achieved when we work and coexist together in harmony.

Each Bee makes a great contribution to the higher good, and the survival and success of the community.

She speaks also to us of fertility and diligence — as Bee is a master pollinator — ensuring the survival of many different plants, flowers and crops across the entire face of our beautiful planet.

Her honey is nectar — divine ambrosia that brings a heavenly sweetness into our world.

Without Bee on our planet, it’s been said our delicate ecosystem could not survive for more than a few more years.

Bee is a living miracle: no scientist or physicist understands how she can fly.

Her endurance is legendary, and her magic is wisdom, with the power of believing, of faith and of courage.

“The bee’s life is like a magic well: the more you draw from it, the more it fills with water” ― Karl Von Frisch


Bees: Their Vision, Chemical Senses and Language

Copyright 2019 /2020 © Julie Von Nonveiller Cairnes. All rights reserved.

I first published this in MEDIUM on Aug 19, 2019, and on FB a few years prior....

None of my messages are about other people (ie 'celebrities', FB and other social media 'personalities', and so on) - no matter what they might think - these come from me, to you my friend, for your soul upliftment

Love. You.

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