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“You might repress your needs and get cancer … but they would like you!” The Planetmates on spirituality and the body’s needs, detachment, helping the higher ups, enslavement….

“One is often blocked from the immediate satisfaction of needs, that is true; and that applies to all planetmates, including humans. Being frustrated from satisfaction is one of those exigencies of life and fate which teaches us. What makes you … Continue reading

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Like reading a letter from a wise, old friend….

By M.E.W. on February 5, 2014 I’ve recently finished reading Experience Is Divinity, by Michael Adzema. If you ever have one of those days (weeks, months?) where it just doesn’t want to fit together, you really can use this. Find … Continue reading

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the roots of war, domestic brutality, genocides. Planetmates reveal the truth about human communication, the “games people play,” human “intelligence,” enslavement in self-denial, and more

“Of course, there had to be a combination of both expression of needs as well as non-communication of needs in order to survive. There has to be a combination of unfeelingness-numbness and effusive entertaining adorability. And every baby who survives … Continue reading

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how babies are like politicians, communication in Nature and in humans, Nature’s honesty, bonding, hidden agendas, and more. latest from the Planetmates

“Now, since your adults were disinclined to put in the huge sacrifice required to care for young who were for an exceedingly long time in a dependent state, the survival of your species required the evolution, through natural selection, of … Continue reading

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What Planetmates think of “positive” thinkers, obedience and sycophancy, culture, the “good” person, and more

“On the societal level, the cumulative result, or manifestation, of all individual egos contained within it is what you have termed culture. Culture is the human substitute for the instinct you would otherwise have, just as Ego is the substitute for Self—meaning … Continue reading

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In the Eighth Prasad, Planetmates Tell How Economic Pressures Won Out Over Happiness for Early Humans: Straying from Nature

“Stay-at-Home” Moms Were Under Pressure Even Hundreds of Thousands of Years Ago! For Early Humans, Prosperity and Survival Advantages Won Out Over Healthy, Happy Newborns The Great Reveal from the Planetmates. The Eighth Prasad: Straying from Nature – Prosperity Won … Continue reading

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Ego, Water Foraging, Standing, Narrow Pelvis, 20-Month Gestation, Pain: In the Seventh Prasad, The Planetmates Reveal the Root of All Our Evils

Bipedalism and Birth Pain: How Humans Managed to Become so Different … and Tragic — It All Began with Water-Foraging… The Great Reveal from the Planetmates, The Seventh Prasad: Becoming Human, Bipedalism Caused Birth Pain Planetmates Release The Seventh Prasad … Continue reading

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Dire Consequences of Scientists’ Closed-Mindedness: Science As Myth, Part Three — “Science Itself Has Now Superseded the Mechanistic World View”

Scientists’ Reluctance to Adopt the Conclusions of Their Own Findings Has Had Many Dire Consequences, “Not the Least of Which Is the Environmental Crisis.” Scientists are understandably threatened by such an assault on the foundations of their beliefs, work, and … Continue reading

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The Fourth Prasad from The Planetmates: The Origins of Human Ego in Inferiority Feelings Relative to Other Species

The Discomfort of Being Half-Born Is Covered Up by Inflation of Self and Superiority Relative to All of Nature: Humans Tout Their Flaws as Accomplishments, Say Planetmates The Great Reveal from the Planetmates, The Fourth Prasad: Origins of Ego Planetmates … Continue reading

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The Last Secret to Be Told Is That There Is No Secret … The Center of the Onion Is Nothing: When Tradition and Religion Break Down, All Truth Is Liable to Break Out

Science As Myth, Part Two — The Elders’ “New Clothes” and the Abuse of Authority: Initiation, Ritual, and Brutality Are the Ways Elders Wield Power in Cultures   The Elders’ “New Clothes” This overall pattern of behavior has remarkable parallels … Continue reading

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