I must admit it has been a hellish two weeks. Circumstances forced an accommodation move which coincided with a sharp increase in work duties. The net result was, web-wise, little to nothing happened. This little site is an infant, so raising its profile should be a full time job. However, today I remembered I did promise a regular blog visitor a post on animal slaughter. Of course, my posts are never simple and this subject covers so many elements. Are not human wars exercises of positive slaughter? Our peers and their salesmen tell us that wars are conducted to preserve the virtues of humanity. Yet, why are those responsible for the instrumentation so lacking in virtue? We invariably learn, in round about ways, that wars are merely manipulation of fodder for the singular and selfish purposes of those that control.
For animals, the pity is sparse. Some do chose to pay extra for free range eggs as they prefer their chickens crammed in a field in place of cage prisons. But whether it is cages, barns or fields, the story is the same; yield is based on chickens per square inch – pack ‘em in and pump ‘em out. Information as to how veal is “produced” would turn many stomachs. I can go on. Nevertheless there are two simultaneous issues to explore here. The first is the [mass] production of meats and the other is the “murder” issue. Of course the Hebrews will say that their word for murder does not apply to slaughter. Their holy Torah presents a series of instructions as to what is right and what is wrong. It does legitimise a number of sacrificial kills, of which many are celebrated in the Old Testament books Leviticus and Deuteronomy. Yet, if the flesh of the beast was not to be consumed would that not defy its Creator as an act of purposeless destruction? If the life force was not meant to operate beyond a point, only an inept or flawed creator would require undefined assistance of man. Yes Hebrews, this is an arbitrary point, but you made it so. It is your big mouths that impose will on the Creator. He, the Great One, remains silent; deathly silent.
Taking the concept of sacrifice, it is a small step to validate routine slaughter of soldiers doing their duty and “accidental” civilian collateral damage. Ah yes, dutiful civilian slaughtered by those claiming they are preserving their homeland. For those that like the idea of Peter at the gates of heaven, “I was killed by my country for my country”. Moving away from war and considering the animal theme, so-called cattle abductions are not the work of humans. Proponents for war are welcome to say that at least we slaughter humanely. This is a moot point, but certainly the cattle (and occasional human) mutilations are quite bizarre (by human standards of normalcy). Few would know that over one hundred thousand mutilations have been recorded over a hundred years and individuals appear to have been selected for certain traits. Per American folk law, beings meeting the descriptive criteria of the “Saurians” were witnessed by two hundred unrelated individuals in Varginha, Brazil in 1996. The turmoil included mysterious “unknown causes” human and zoo animal deaths as well as twenty four stray cats and dogs found with eyes and genitalia “surgically” removed for unknown reasons. This corresponds with descriptions and photographs of some cattle mutilations, except at least two have been found alive in some kind of energy field. My original theory was they (unknown or extra-terrestrials) were building new [living] robot-bodies. This explained the need for stasis. However, it is known that the Draco (reptilians) consume blood or blood gorged organs of live prey. It is claimed they have some way of devouring or assimilating the life force as well as the flesh. Ironically the modern Vietnamese practice of eating the still beating heart of snakes may be payback for atrocities against humans administered by Draco “priests” thousands of years ago.
Nevertheless this does not solve our riddle; can slaughter be positive or “Godly”? To truly understand the riddle we must first consider fauna. I devote an entire chapter of my unpublished tome, A Brief History of Human Conscience, to the bitter question; do plants want to die? As I explain, just because they do not howl, does not mean they are all for ending up in a hearty soup. The vegans may sip their broth in confidence, but those that visit this page will question that unchallenged validation. There are some very old plants on this planet. One that springs to mind is the carnivorous Venus flytrap. Off world, there are accounts of walking trees and my channelled sources intimate flying fauna that behave like animals on one planet beyond our solar system. Scientific experiments have demonstrated that love can improve growth in plants. One found greenhouse tomatoes grow particularly well to classical music. Another allegedly saw fauna succumb to angry threats of bodily harm against them. This, unfortunately, is the most plausible direct evidence to supporting the notion that plants like to live (as opposed to harvest death). There is overwhelming provable evidence to support poorly treated (unloved) plants die for unexplained reasons. When compared to the exaggerated health of some carefully loved vegetables, it is only possible to conclude that fauna somehow tunes in to emotions.
How many failed scientists, floundering after explosive new evidence comes to light, claim inconvenient truths are easily explained? The Venus flytrap is a staple for the evolutionists. However it poses uncomfortable questions for the vegans. As a side note, evolution is one of the blinkered sciences. There is no formal reason why the strongest genes will improve the genetic line generation by generation without a guardian. According to probability, each generation would be a random product of the range from most to least able and back again. I have always maintained that genetic change is managed by the sun through its electromagnetic field and genes can click forward at the individual or group levels. That would explain why the fittest appear to progress, but I digress. Taking away Darwin’s big hitters, the vegan might argue that the Venus flytrap is, in fact, a freak of nature. Though this position is similar to the failed scientists’ easily explained; let’s run with it. The freak of nature theory proposes that either the object is unnatural because it inconveniently contradicts science opinion or, more often, in error. In the case of the Venus fly trap, the design – though stunning, “clearly was not intended to catch insects” because “plants don’t do that”. So there it is. Venus flytrap is a freak of nature. Next time God comes up with something like that he’d better jolly well consult His boss, man or there will be hell to pay.
Positive slaughter is only positive when everyone is in agreement. If there is one dissenting voice, just one, it is no longer positive. Then it is mostly positive. Other than, mostly, plants are no direct attack threat and are not carnivorous; the compelling argument for vegetarianism is plants do not scream so they must be okay with dying. An extension of this logic dictates plants are wilfully supportive of vegetable eaters. Agreed, this is partially validated by pollination and seed distribution systems – eat me and fertilise my new born. I have already touched on the truth in other posts. Though most sciences do not explore the fact, bodies are made up of multiple energy fields. Pane Andov proposes that [all] human beings have sixty four energy bodies operating simultaneously in each dimension. He asserts our physical existence is only when the relevant energy field is switched on. Due to limitations of DNA (3% efficiency), at this frequency we have no way of comprehending our extra body experiences. Though Pane is wrong, he is not entirely wrong. There are a limited number of dimensions; of which our third dimension may be a phase, rather than an actual dimension. At the highest identifiable level manifests something called “cubed light”. In essence this is an infusion of multiple light entities forming a common brain. However, our bodies are certainly three in one. We are physical, shadow and light. This shared governance poses some interesting scenarios. In my previous post I pointed out that a good percentage of human beings have [compatible] Draco [reptilian] energy bodies via the manipulation of the energy fields that identify DNA.
We now have to seriously consider something alien to science. In doing so, we must ignore our fraudulent account of history. Human development goes back to the dawn of time and in many ways we have depreciated. Compare us to other animals, with our 3% DNA switched on. Imagine what 100% DNA activation would produce. I am just putting things in perspective. Let us now consider an alternative historic development – the real one, where our DNA started at 100%, but was watered down deliberately for reasons known. Let us suppose the reason for the false matrix and manipulation of the electromagnetic field to inhibit DNA is also known. An explanation requires a separate post, but for explanation of positive slaughter, we merely need to consider Lucifer’s experiment. Lucifer’s real name is unpronounceable and we see only a trivial nickname in its place. As far as rumours branding him the root of all evil, well they solve a big piece of the puzzle. Let us call that exhibit A. Why is Lucifer branded the root of all evil? It is not the explanation those cheesy Hammer Horror movies present with little pointy horned imps causing mischief. Quite the reverse! Lucifer was simply responsible for the creation of the new order we glibly term the survival of the fittest. Prior to the creation of the new order it would have been unthinkable to eat the flesh or even use any animal product. However do you know how many humans have been killed by the hand of other humans prior to the creation of Luciferian order? There have been more than seven trillion murderous deaths by the hand of man. Should cockroaches be exterminated for daring to exist? Is man attacking the design or the designer?
In fact old order had no problem with positive slaughter or collateral damage. This is why Lucifer decided the best way forward for beings consumed with hatred was to legitimise murder by validating the consumption of animals to survive – pigs included; although channelled sources claim the pig is a human relative in some way – as hard as that sounds to believe. I still take everything with bacon! To simplify this conclusion, according to old order plants were consigned for consumption (by God). This is some way validated by the opening up of the senses and, in cases of spiritually advanced individuals, remote or astral travel. It is via the consumption of alkaloids that inter-dimensional travel is theoretically possible although it is debatable whether the carbon body could stand the journey. It is likely that the next dramatic and instantaneous shift for humanity will be to silica atoms. Nevertheless consideration of this must also allow for considerable lifespans and a catalytic change in how time is experience. The current 10-20% of lifespan devoted to eating might be reduced to less than 0.1%. What to do with all that extra time?