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*Warriors* … When we first began killing our conscience, our empathy — stoically repressing our bodies and its feelings … including any guilt come of the hurting of other beings — we were only then able to kill others…

  Would you say that Western civilization was bought with the “sacrifice” of the lives of indigenous peoples? Same thing. Ask them. Oh, that’s right, you can’t, we killed them. As always, we fail to see this issue clearly when … Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Transcendence:  The “Giving” of Sacrifice and the Patriarchal Ladder … Men Raise Themselves Upon the Bodies of the Murdered

. . The Fallacy of Transcendence:  The “Giving” of Sacrifice and the Patriarchal Ladder … Men Raise Themselves Upon the Bodies of the Murdered — Which is Chapter 38 of Dance of the Seven Veils 1  by Michael Adzema . … Continue reading

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Hard to Believe, But We’re Getting Saner: What’s Involved in Stopping War and Ecocide and the Necessary Mess of Transformation

The Cycle of All Events, the Evolution of Parenting, and Auspicious Collective Regressions: Being Crazy in an Insane World Might Mean You’re the Sane One Chapter Nine: Regressions in the Service of Society — Messy Healing There Is a Cycle … Continue reading

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Is “White Man’s” Pride and Prejudices Keeping Us from Seeing Our Real Solutions, Our Primal Return? Matriarchy Is Not an Answer to Patriarchy

The First Retreat from the Natural Self  Was Matriarchal Consciousness; It Should Hardly Be Our Goal: You Cannot “Balance” a Duality … You Can Only Transcend One. A Golden Age The question that naturally arises from the preceding chapter’s conclusions … Continue reading

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The New Evidence, Pouring Forth from Our Sciences, Has Made Our Common Sense Materialistic Assumptions About Our Reality as Obsolete as Our Flat Earth Ones: The Challenge to Know More

A New Paradigm Emerging—Bridging the Barriers Between Species, Biological Transcendence: This Is the Place Where Even Hard Core “Realists” Learn How Little They Know  Biologically Constituted Realities, Part Six Wonder of wonders, finally in our evolution—in this very time of … Continue reading

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Rebirthing Rituals, Part Three – Auspicious Collective Regressions: Being Crazy in an Insane World Might Mean You’re the Sane One

People Who Have It All Figured Out Are the Ones to Watch Out For … Emotional “Sickness” Might Indicate More “Wellness”: Rebirthing Rituals, Part 3 Regression in the Service of the Ego With the exposure of the ineffectiveness of the … Continue reading

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