thanks. Denial stage for everyone when it comes to roundup.
Good question regarding Pan. It is all part of a spirit cosmology. The Green man is associated with Oak groves in particular ala the druids. However, the same principal extends to all plant species and surely to all unique life forms. Thus Pan might be the God of the horse.
A child reported that he or she had been the God of the Dandelions. That same week my medium was shown a spirit being that was surely this same 'God'. The spirit world is clearly using such visions to allow myself and the medium to triangulate knowledge. This way we arrive at certainty however astounding.
Our 6 South Central PA (USA)acres are bordered on all sides by a local dairy and poultry farmer's Round-up ready crops of corn, soybeans, winter wheat. The fall off of monarchs here has also been noticed. We maintain a wild (and growing) "patch" of milkweed in the hope that it will help. Only 2 monarchs spotted this year although many pollinators of of all types (native bees, etc.) and other butterflies (lots of Yellow Swallowtails) visiting our perennial garden as well as the bloomed red clover which I leave for them in different spots of the yard after mowing. The local farmers think I'm crazy. Many birds of all types here on our 6 acre GMO-free property but rarely do we see any in the bordering crop fields. Most likely, no earthworms in that soil either. Only today, discovered your blog. Very interesting. Thank you.
p.s. Is The Green Man the same as "Pan?"