William Keepin, PhD, is a mathematical physicist with thirty scientific publications on sustainable energy and global warming, who became a whistleblower in nuclear science policy. William co-founded of the Satyana Institute and is founder of the Gender Reconciliation International project (www.Grworld.org). He is also a Fellow of the Findhorn Foundation and adjunct faculty at Holy Names University. William has trained extensively in spiritual traditions, East and West. He leads contemplative retreats on the emerging interspirituality that bridges major world religions and science. William is author of Divine Duality: The Power of Reconciliation Between Women and Men (2007) and (with co-author Cynthia Brix) Women Healing Women (2009). Maddy Harland co-founded Permanent Publications in 1990, and co-launched Permaculture magazine in 1992 to promote small-scale, positive, low carbon solutions. Maddy became the editor in 1994. The company has won many awards for its work, notably a Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2008 for 'its unfettered dedication to promoting sustainable development internationally'. Maddy co-founded The Sustainability Centre in 1995, a former Naval base, which is now a thriving educational charity on the South Downs in Hampshire, England. Maddy is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an accredited teacher with the International Network of Esoteric Healing.
Song of the Earth contains voices that need to be heard, voices that affirm the unity of all of life. The Earth itself is calling to us to live this oneness, but we need to learn to listen to Her, to Her mystery, wonder and suffering. The voices in this valuable book can help us in this essential work, help us to hear this song. Then we can live the changes that are so desperately needed, and evolve from an era of separation to the oneness that belongs to life itself. Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee