The spiral planting has many advantages and coupled
with no till planting is great for low rain climates. No till
is where the ground is not turned over by a plow, but
cuts a groove in the soil about 2" wide and under the
soil about 4" wide.
The eldest son laughed when he heard my story of
our 20,000 [+-] year old Ancestors using the no till
Seems that the latest, cutting edge technology,
in planting corn is the no-till technique. The corn
processing company he works for is promoting it.
The spiral people were telekinetic to the
point that all transporting was done by levitating
sleds. The wheel was used in the production of
goods, but not in transport. No roads, but two
lane wide grassy pathways. They used words
Warrior training was part of their schools curriculum.
The two nephews, Thorn and Linden undertook the
warrior blade training of Uncle Rod'ger, and we passed
the test to be certified as red belted Adult warriors.
We became a formidable warrior team. This allowed
our family and the Village to authorize us to explore
the valley and a bit of the wild beyond.
The boys, 9 and 11 were under adult voting age
and I was still an unknown. ;-) . .
A very interesting people.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.