The Animals Are Our Brothers And Sisters
Respected surgeon and medical doctor Werner Hartinger investigates the claims and counterclaims concerning experimentation on animals. Through meticulous analysis he comes to the conclusion that animal experiments are not only unnecessary, but that the experiments themselves are questionable and lead to meaningless results. The cruelty imposed upon animals is therefore not only gratuitous, he states, but is unhelpful in the development of good medicine for human beings.
We all wish to know whence we have come and whither we are going. In these conversations of a solitary man with the mountains, the stars, the animals, the plants in a word, with his brothers and sisters on this earth we learn about the meaning of death. The mighty book of Nature begins to speak and to answer our anxious questions in great images and analogies.
In many Native American traditions, animals are considered to be our older, wiser brothers and sisters. Their behavior can teach us to better understand ourselves, heal old wounds, adapt to new situations, or warn us of dangers. "Dancing Otters and Cle