Patterns of behavior arise in bluebirds, spread throughout the bluebird population, and then disappear for ten years, only to appear again. (1) How is it possible?
Sophia Love reading Jack Sturgeon.
Thanks to Kathleen.
Bluebirds in England learn to pull off the caps on milk bottles and drink the cream. Then bluebirds in an adjacent village learn. Then all over Britain and even in Sweden, Denmark and a few others the birds were active.
World War II intervenes and there are no milk deliveries till after the end of the war.
At the end of the war, when milk is delivered again, the bluebirds, who live only 2-3 years, pick up their behavior pattern again of drinking the cream from the milk bottles. Jack attributes it to the “morphic resonant field” or collective consciousness.