Are you concerned about the political and climate catastrophes that are enveloping humanity and all else that lives on the earth?
Fearlessly written, Searchlights is a remarkable story that tells about a community of humans, plants, and other species as it struggles to survive the effects of calamitous planetary changes with ways of thought and practice different from humanity’s past.
Mysterious signs begin to appear in this community’s territory. Various persons question, fear, and study the signs. The story follows how different people attempt to understand the signs. Unexpectedly, a woman receives a message about their strangeness. This message encourages the community to give form to the meaning of the signs so that the message and its meaning may be shared with others in other territories. While preparing the shapes for the form, the community becomes aware that all life on the planet participates in one universal consciousness.
Poetic and tender, Searchlights is a story that revitalizes human understanding of ourselves, of time, and of nature by providing an intuitive potential for a more merciful ecology on our Earth. There is healing in this book.
Vivian Darroch-Lozowski is Professor Emerita at the University of Toronto. She has authored several books. She continues to read, draw, and create various other traces and markings in her efforts to understand human nature. Front cover illustration is a detail of a drawing by the author.