Category Archives: Anthropology

“Humans, in their evolution from planetmates, for survival advantages became crazier. And this is when we became more human…. “

“Humans, in their evolution from planetmates, for survival advantages became crazier. And this is when we became more human…. It was a tradeoff. We became pretty good at surviving  … we managed to overpopulate this planet. But we’re crazed mother-fuckers … Continue reading

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oppression of women, feeling, and Nature … its roots in civilization & patriarchal cultures: Humor and the Divine Feminine

The latest interview with me. I talk a lot about my newly released book, “Funny God: The Tao of Funny God and the Mind’s True Liberation” as well as my soon to be released work, “Wounded Deer and Centaurs: The … Continue reading

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“Trying the idea there is a benevolent Universe, one receives experiences that prove it…. Reality does not require of you blind obedience and sycophantic worship”

Give the Universe a chance; synchronicity; shamans and priests. The Planetmates reveal religion, mysticism, and spirituality; meaning of Prasad: “…you think that you “please” this Phantom — which you mistakenly call “God” but who is not (for it is not … Continue reading

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“You would deem this Divine to be blown-up versions of your infant caregivers — mothers and fathers become Mother and Father.”

The Planetmates reveal on obsession and the evolution of “man”; on ritual, prayer, worship, your Phantoms….  “You see that your so-called evolution in consciousness has been largely to do with an expanding obsession to bring everything under control of your … Continue reading

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“You cut off your roots into the divine, unshakeable peace to which you are entitled…. A big part of this effort you called ‘family….’”

Planetmates reveal the family fortress, conforming underlings, Commandments of society’s elite, the “family jewels,” more:    “…Humans would rather have the “Joneses” be impressed with the amount and quality of their possessions … than to actually be happy. “Look again … Continue reading

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“The huge structures of civilization are monuments to, and are equal in size to, the size of the freedom lost”

The Planetmates reveal why civilization equals suffering, Marxism, free life and human misery, enslavement: “The huge structures of civilization are monuments to, and are equal in size to, the size of the freedom lost”: “…with hired, coerced labor, we have … Continue reading

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“Humans, in all of Nature, have this added labor, this added, actual, “work” … effort that is onerous because it is coerced”: The Planetmates on coerced labor, specialization and assembly lines, Marxism and surplus value, industrialization

“At any rate, in addition to all the extra work you brought into Nature through your controlling ways as it expressed itself in food production and storage, there is additional work involved in defending those stores. Unlike the “possessions” of … Continue reading

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