Earth as a paradigm for architecture questions languages of design drawing/thinking. Studying Odawa pastures' potential to challenge national building codes and worldviews revealed the return of repressed design processes made of metaphysical, cosmological, and socio-political strings woven from rhythm and flows in hybrid realities. A proposal to unify agriculture/architecture policy, pedagogy, and practice through product/labour creation manifests in liminal negotiations within residential building envelopes surrounding the Tunney's Pasture post-war government campus. Speculative fabulation/feminism and radical Indigenism support intersectional justice by working with architectural methodologies founded on nondualism. Advocacy for ancestral practices, neo-materialism, Place-Thought, and care-work expands ontologies centered on unity to unsettle Archi-tecture's dualisms. Adopting a transcendent viewpoint towards polarities dissolves the boundaries of Earth/Architecture across time, scale, space, and the pluriverse. Flowing between ways of knowing/being presents growing(++), harvesting(-+), living(--), and rooting(+-) into geo-cycles through archetypal mythologies of place, culture, bodies, and folds.