Gaia Theory | Model and Metaphor for the 21st Century
The Green Agenda - The Gaia Hypothesis
It may be that the destiny of mankind is tobecome tamed, so that the fierce, destructive, and greedy forces oftribalism and nationalism are fused into a compulsive urge to belongto the commonwealth of all creatures which constitutes Gaia.”– James Lovelock, Gaia: A New Look at Life (1972)The modern Gaia hypothesis was originally formulatedby James Lovelock.
La Teoría de Gaia - The Theory of Gaia
She has seen thereflection of her fair face through the eyes of astronauts and thetelevision cameras of orbiting spacecraft.”
However,he also believed that humans were abusing the planet environmentally,jeopardizing the organism as a whole, "." In his latestbook, The Revenge of Gaia, Lovelock claims that Gaia is now fullyawakened, and she is angry.
What is the Gaia Hypothesis? - Definition from Safeopedia
Believers in Gaia, or ‘Gaians’ as they often refer tothemselves, claim that the earth is a sentient super-being, anancient goddess spirit, deserving of worship and reverence.
Who created the Gaia hypothesis?
A simple google search for , will reveal thousands of organisations proudlyproclaiming themselves to literally be pagan priests and disciples ofthe great Goddess Gaia.
Celebration of Gaia | Marking Our Time on Earth
It has exposed the falsehoods of patriarchalhistory, and given us models for female strength andauthority."
Gaiansteach that the Divine Earth must be protected from all threats nomatter what the cost.
Is the Human Race a Planetary Cancer? | HuffPost
On Earth,she is the source
of life everlasting and is alive now;
shegave birth to humankind
and we are part of her.”
– Sir James Lovelock , Ages of Gaia.