"Earth Pod" - A Permaculture Oasis. Rendering: Leane Eberhart. Vision & Chime Song: Willi Paul, Mythologist, Planetshifter.com (see PDF)
"Earth Pod" - A Permaculture Oasis. Rendering: Leane Eberhart. Vision &
Chime Song: Willi Paul, Mythologist, Planetshifter.com (see PDF)


'Seed balls are really simple to make and are great for use in farming, bush regeneration or an easy every day guerrilla gardening technique. They are comprised of sieved compost, clay, seed and water. The idea is to throw them wherever you want to use them. Once your seed balls are dry, thrown them out to the areas where they are needed. There they'll sit until the right conditions are met for germination.'

Earth Pod Description - Please see Site and Elevation Drawings in PDF for larger images

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A teaching Space and Sanctuary space promoting local sacredness.

Past the temporary classroom trailers, past the dumpsters, behind the rear parking lot, a winged installation smiles up to hold us. A walkabout oasis prayer to heal Nature from the ravages of man-hardened drought and his toxic seeds.

The entire site is an integrated earth inspired clapse; a starting destination within a transmutative resilience. More than working with Nature. A spirit channel and vision. An environmental sculpture fueled by SpiritNature from Planetshifter's 2016 iBook.

Swim in a meditation chime song then gleam with us under a new myth moon.

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- An Opening Night SpiritShare -

8 Elements by 7 Artists:


"WindZone" - Sound perimeter
(Chimes hanging off 4 wings)

"Chime Song" (Water & Wind Chimes) -
Listen

"Orbit" - At grade 3-foot wide path
(circular stone mosaic as guide-edge to 4 entrances)

"Sacred Well" - Center piece
(48" high, 32" diameter, stone)

"Painted Rain" - 4 Re-Cycled Wine Barrels for Rain Capture
(1/3 cut barrel as pedestal)

"Roof Wings" - Sloped Re-Used Parachute Roof and Four Troughs
(channel water to barrels)

"Flower Walls" - Low walls with Drought Tolerant Species
(reclaimed lumber)

"Community Chairs" - 4 Meditation benches
(poured, speckled polished concrete)