What are pheromones?
Definition of Pheromones
A chemical substance that is usually produced by an animal and serves especially as a stimulus to other individuals of the same species for one or more behavioral responses. For example, musk perfume lotions to attract mates or bees to seek out fragrances to obtain nectars
I have referenced below a Smithsonian scientific article of how bees are attracted by pheromones.
King Solomon and Bees
I referenced a poem about a riddle written about King Solomon and Bees below which contains these verses.
While thus he pondered, presently he sees,
Hard by the casement,—so the story goes,—
A little band of busy, bustling bees,
Hunting for honey in a withered rose.
The monarch smiled, and raised his royal head;
“Open the window!”—that was all he said.
I referenced below some origins of wise sayings related to smell. These sayings pertain to make a person be realistic or aware; to abandon a naïve or foolish notion. For example:
Wake up and smell the roses.
Wake up and smell the coffee.
Purpose of this Post
Scientifically, we know there is a chemical correlation to smell and brain functions in bees and mammals. Humans are mammals and as of yet , we do not know everything in regards to our same capabilities.
The reason I am bringing this up, is a fellow blogger, (http://thegospelofbarney.com/), made a statement to me and I gave him a frustrated reply. After thinking more about his question, in my opinion, we should all think more seriously about his question which was this.
“What if people took their citizenship seriously?”
In retrospect, I probably should have related pheromones in my reply and said this.
“I agree, and if we do not start doing this in the USA as you suggest, I smell trouble brewing.”
You decide if my mammal olfactory glands are connected properly (wisely) to my behavior brain thoughts.
Regards and good will blogging.
Wise Saying Origin HERE