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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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What the planetmates really think of us, the latest: On human “evolution,” control, conformity, birth…”controlling your young”

The Twentieth Prasad — Controlling Your Young Humans are defined by the fact of your prematurity and the consequent long period of dependence on fully growns for survival. In the light of your continued descent into ever more controlling of … Continue reading

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Matter as Metaphor, Part Ten: Are Aliens Actually Angels Attempting to Midwife Us Into the Next Higher Stage of Our Ascension to hOMe?

Biblical Prophets Do Not Report Being Probed. Does Our High-Tech Perversion of Birth Account for the Stark Medical Veils Through Which We View Our Modern Angels? One at First Sees a God as a Demon This idea that aliens — … Continue reading

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Prodigal Human: The Descent of Man

Excerpt from Prodigal Human: The Descent of Man … a work-in-progress Suffering Ape So here again is something that makes us distinct from those beings still in Nature, those not prodigal, not “fallen.” We are, as I have been saying, … Continue reading

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We See Our “Angels” Through the “Fog” of Our Individual Vapors of Pain: “One Sees a God as a Demon Until One Is ‘Wholly’ Enough”

Entities Might Be Seen as Frightening Assailants, They Are Later Seen as Guides: Matter as Metaphor, Part Nine — Are They Aliens or the “Hounds of Heaven”? And Pleiadiens Are Stars, Too! A fascinating extrapolation of this we-are-stars idea is … Continue reading

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Why We Can’t Get No Satisfaction and What It Has to Do With Being Born Helpless: Out of Eden, Part Four — Secondary Altriciality and the Origins of Culture

Human Nature, Culture, Pelvic Size, and Plato’s Cave: Needs Which We as Newborns Ache to Fulfill Are Satisfied by Other Species Perfectly Secondary Altriciality and Culture Let us now add another factor to this development of supposed intelligence and culture. … Continue reading

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Birth Pain Causes a Feverish Human Mind, Struggling Against Nature and the Divine, Which We Call “Intelligence”: Out of Eden, Part Three — Birth, “Intelligence,” and Culture

Bipedalism Caused Painful Births, Which Caused Bigger Brains, Which Caused “Intelligence,” Which Caused Culture: Birth Trauma Makes Us Humans … and Mistrustful of Everything The more civilized the people, the more the pain of labor appears to become intensified. – … Continue reading

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