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The video contains a reading of The Eighth Prasad, plus some explanation, context, and some commentary by SillyMickel Adzema.
Summary/ Abstract of “The Eighth Prasad” — by SillyMickel Adzema:
hundreds of thousands of years, the factors of wide-pelvis mothers birthing
healthy, twenty-month gestated newborns vied for natural selection against the
economic pressures for females to have shorter gestations to return to full
foraging and to be able to move and run more quickly with smaller pelvises.
Premature birth and narrower pelvises — concomitant with bipedalism — won
out. Survival advantages won out over healthy, happy newborns and relatively
easy, painless births with long gestations and the near perfect nurturing for
the additional 12 months by a divinely designed biological process in the womb.
You began the process of becoming human, meaning being separate from all other
Earth Citizens, at the time that narrow pelvises, nine-month (premature)
gestations, birth pain and trauma for mothers and newborns, and dependency on
caregivers for the first few years of life became the norm for you. But your
early humanoid forebears were still much different from what is called
Full text of The Eighth Prasad, as received from The Planetmates:
The Eighth Prasad
All these factors acted on
each other for hundreds of thousands of years: Wide-pelvis mothers
giving birth to healthy, twenty-monthgestated newborns vied against the
economic pressures for females to give birth earlier and become more
productive as a forager sooner as well as to be bipedal and be able to
move, even run, more quickly.
So giving birth prematurely
and bipedalism had survival advantages. More and more, over a long,
long period of time, the survival advantages won out over healthy,
happy newborns and relatively easy, painless births with long
gestations and fetuses nurtured near perfectly in the womb by a
divinely designed biological process.
It is at the point when
narrow pelvises, nine-month gestations, birth pain and trauma for
mothers and newborns, and dependency on caregivers for survival for the
first few years of life became the norm that you began to be separate
from all other Earth Citizens and began the process of becoming human.
But this early humanoid type was still a far cry from what all Earth
beings – humans and nonhumans – think of as human today.
(to be continued)