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Energy Oak Might Become Nature Monument in Chuvashia
13.05.2011 09:16
Energy Oak Might Become Nature Monument in Chuvashia

Special commission of the Nature Ministry of Chuvashia has carried out an ecological examination of the ancient Oak-Kiremet tree.
      Now the gigantic tree that has lived through several centuries and even survived the planned cutting down of the oak grove in 1975 measures almost six meters around. According to experts, it can be from 300 to 500 years old.
      The ancient oak tree emanates amazing power; people feel harmony and peace near it. Irrespective of weather one always experiences blissful state here. Herbalists name it Energy Oak; healers revere it as a sacred tree and an open cosmic portal, whereas our ancestors called it Kiremet.
      The glade with the sacred oak is a part of the land plot, where an ethnic ecovillage is planned to be founded.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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