Weeds can show up in places unexpected, almost unbelievably unexpected.
I am in my sunroom, putting new herbs into bigger pots, and adding new soil to old ones, harvesting some for drying, and preparing them for winter. I notice some of them have some different looks. They are potted plants, in potting soil, and yet, even then, weeds have grown. These plants were not transplanted from outdoors, and they were not planted in outdoor soil. Thin, grass-like weeds had popped up in many of my pots, few in number, but there. In a potted plant, you cannot just pull the weed like you can in the garden outside. In a potted plant, the weed and the plant have grown together, more than likely, and that is why I did not notice. The weed in a potted plant will have its roots intermingled with the plant. I had to cut the weed at the soil level and hope it just dies off at the roots. The lesson here: weed seeds are in
The lesson here: weed seeds are in the soil, in the air, in the plant itself; they will not go away, and cannot be killed off. Weeds are part of a greater ecosystem. There is a biblical parable about weeds and tares in Matthew 13:24-43. Thistles were found in the clean wheat. The servants asked if they should weed out the thistles. The master said, “No, if you weed the thistles, you’ll pull up the wheat, too. Let them grow together until harvest time. Then I’ll instruct the harvesters to pull up the thistles and tie them in bundles for the fire, then gather the wheat and put it in the barn.”
Alpha-gal, Lyme, and the hundreds of stealth microbes have, as I stated in the beginning, come in from thin air. We do not know where, when, how, but we have plenty of guesses and theories. We cannot date this. We do not know if this may have been in the system of mammals for ages gone by that man was not sensitive to, or, if it is a new kind of sensitivity man has developed because of the corruption of the Earth and human food systems. It is a weed, however, that has developed like a plague, and its roots are in the ecosystem, intertwined with the mammals, encrypted into the human digestive system and blood by way of a little tick or other species. There is always a vehicle, medium, or channel for the transferring of one thing to another; “weed” transmitters use these well.
Many situations in our lives come in from what seems “nowhere”. The reality is that they have always been there, and will always be there, in this human life existence.