The ‘Peoplehood’ of Insects and Microorganisms . by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 2 October 2021

Dear Ones,

This detailed portrait of an ant is among the first to show the ‘personhood’ of ants. The stumbling block to this understanding of the ant world by human beings indubitably has to do with our large size, compared to the size of an ant.

This is even more the case with regard to human understanding of the ‘personhood’ of microorganisms, because of the much greater disparity of size.

My feeling is that this superb image of an ant reflects the nature of the Antian Star Races, known amongst esotericists as the Devas of the many ant cultures.

Image: “Detailed Portrait of an Ant,” by Retro Lenses, 9 December 2018, in Wikipedia … https://stq.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bielde:Portrait_of_an_ant,_profile_view.jpg … CC BY 4.0 International … DESCRIPTION: “Extreme macro portrait of an ant taken with two lenses SMC Takumar 200mm f/4, which was made in 1982, and a retro lens Zenitar-M 1,7/50, made in 1982, as one lens, stacked from many shots into one very sharp photo” … COMMENT: This detailed portrait of an ant is among the first to show the ‘personhood’ of ants. The stumbling block to this understanding of the ant world by human beings indubitably has to do with our large size, compared to the size of an ant. This is even more the case with regard to human understanding of the ‘personhood’ of microorganisms, because of the much greater disparity of size. My feeling is that this superb image of an ant reflects the nature of the Antian Star Races, known amongst esotericists as the Devas of the many ant cultures.

Image: “Detailed Portrait of an Ant,” by Retro Lenses, 9 December 2018, in Wikipedia … https://stq.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bielde:Portrait_of_an_ant,_profile_view.jpg … CC BY 4.0 International …

DESCRIPTION: “Extreme macro portrait of an ant taken with two lenses SMC Takumar 200mm f/4, which was made in 1982, and a retro lens Zenitar-M 1,7/50, made in 1982, as one lens, stacked from many shots into one very sharp photo” …

COMMENT: This detailed portrait of an ant is among the first to show the ‘personhood’ of ants. The stumbling block to this understanding of the ant world by human beings indubitably has to do with our large size, compared to the size of an ant. This is even more the case with regard to human understanding of the ‘personhood’ of microorganisms, because of the much greater disparity of size. My feeling is that this superb image of an ant reflects the nature of the Antian Star Races, known amongst esotericists as the Devas of the many ant cultures.

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In love, light and joy,
Alice B. Clagett,
I Am of the Stars

Note: In a prior blog I referred to the Red Ant People, of whom I had read were referred to by indigenous peoples …

Link: “Insectian Star Races: Red Ant People vs Termite People,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 17 August 2021 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-oIS ..

Due to the great proliferation of ant species on Earth … At present there are more than 10,000 species … I now refer to the “Antian Star Races” and the “Devas of the ants” rather than to red ants specifically, as I originally did. I feel certain there are Red Ant People, but I feel these are just one of many ant peoples.

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