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“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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“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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“Nature’s parents do not view their children through a dark, crazed veil of dry and thirsty deprivation nor a floral, milky gleem of vain and pathetic estimation”: The Planetmates on thingification, the economic lodestar, children as commodities, large families, child labor

   “So, in this mode, children get to live, but only at the behest of their caregivers. For as long as there have been humans, children have been poisoned through interaction with the unconscious of their parents, and they subsequently … 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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A Smaller Number of Us — Standing in the Right Place and With a Lever Big Enough — Might Be All That Is Needed to Move the World: Apocalypse? Or Earth Rebirth?

A Smaller Number of Us Can Make All the Difference in the World, Literally, by Tipping Our Course One Way as Opposed to Another: Moving the World – A Race Against Time Apocalypse – No! Chapter Fourteen: To Move the … Continue reading

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What Say We Leave a Planet For Our Offspring? And Can You Handle Happiness? Derailing the Cycles of War and Violence

Cycles of War, Cycles of Birth … What Can Be Done: Changing the Patterns of Millennia Requires Learning That Feeling Good Is Not Bad Apocalypse No! Chapter Eight: Derailing the Cycles of War and Violence Men Would Rather Be Manly … Continue reading

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A Smaller Number of Us — Standing in the Right Place and With a Lever Big Enough — Might Be All That Is Needed to Move the World: Apocalypse? Or Earth Rebirth?

A Smaller Number of Us Can Make All the Difference in the World, Literally, by Tipping Our Course One Way as Opposed to Another: Moving the World – A Race Against Time Apocalypse? Or Earth Rebirth? The Evidence for Change … Continue reading

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