Friday, July 04, 2008

Canadian Screening of ‘The Sacred Bee’

A rough cut of part one of “The Sacred Bee” documentary will be screened (7:30 p.m.) at the Toronto District Beekeepers Association meeting on July 7, 2008. Part one of the documentary features the bee in the Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, Islamic, and Hindu traditions.

Producer’s Synopsis: “The Sacred Bee” is a fascinating and engaging Canadian produced two-part (2 x 45 minutes) documentary about the sacredness of the bee and honey found in the holy books of the world’s major religions such as: Bible, Koran, Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, and Buddhist Canon, as well as in myths, legends, esoteric tradition and modern science of healing with bee products; apitherapy. Like the bee that goes from flower to flower collecting the essence or nectar our sacred bee will fly from religion to religion, to tradition and myth and gather the essence and uniting what the traditions have to offer humanity as a whole through their regard of the bee and honey.

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