Eden Stormed: 25,000 Years Ago, The Rich Began Calling the Tune, say Planetmates in Their 16th Prasad

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Accumulating Things, Controlling Others, Owning Eden: The Rich Begin Calling the Tune, 25,000 B.C.E.

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Planetmates Release The Sixteenth Prasad

Big Accumulators were able to control Small Accumulators because of their ability to gift or reward those who assisted them.

clip_image003Sedentary ways led to the ability to gather and accumulate more, since owning more did not require carrying more. Storage of owned things created more greed and desire for more control, which extended now to even those of your own species. Big Accumulators had more “say” and sway over Small Accumulators; and they were able to control the actions of clip_image006Small Accumulators by using their excess accumulation to gift or reward those whose actions fit with their ends.

Starfish is First Consciousness at The Sixteenth Prasad.

“This had effects on your unplanetmate-like greed and your unplanetmate-like desire to control, now–sadly, even this–others of your own species.”

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The Sixteenth Prasad – Accumulating Things, Dominating Others

worker.oppressed.1230370_f248clip_image021The other dire consequence of your adoption of sedentary, non-nomadic life ways was the ability to gather more “things”–not just food but all kinds of “things”–for you did not have to carry what you owned, like a nomad would.  When you ceased wandering and set up more permanent abodes, you enabled the gathering and storage of much more than you could possibly need.  clip_image008This had effects on your unplanetmate-like greed and your unplanetmate-like desire to control, now–sadly, even this–others of your own species. Those of you who gathered more or accumulated more, by whatever means, could have more “say” and would have more sway over those who gathered less. Big Accumulators were able to control the actions and behavior of Small Accumulators because of their ability to use their excess accumulation to gift or reward those whose actions fit with their ends.  (to be continued)

Video Commentary by SillyMickel Adzema

This video is a reading of The Sixteenth Prasad, as received from The Planetmates—what I’m calling “Accumulating Things, Dominating Others”—with additional explanation, context, and some commentary by SillyMickel Adzema.

The issues highlighted in the commentary concern the ways that our change of lifeways from nomadic to sedentary led to the ability to accumulate more clip_image010possessions than one would ever need and how this excessive accumulation led naturally to another cancerous branch on the tree of obsessive, fearful control, the branch of controlling, now, even other humans. This control of other humans derived from the ability of those who were 14a-Slave (2)Big Accumulators to reward and gift Smaller Accumulators, using their excessive store of things, in exchange for their cooperation. This enabled people to buy off other people for the first time in humans history, but it also led to an increasing diminishment of consciousness of the human species over that which humans had previously. This diminishment of consciousness was tragic and has had dire repercussions extending right up to today, as is being made ever clearer by The Planetmates.

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“The Sixteenth Prasad” From The Great Reveal by The Planetmates – the audiocast

The link above takes you to the audio-only version of my commentary on The Sixteenth Prasad, exactly as is in the video. Click on the link to go to the the audio site, or you can listen to it here using the audio player below.

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The 16th Prasad Accumulating And Dominating Of The Great Reveal By The Planetmates

Paraphrase/ Elaboration/ Abstract of “The Sixteenth Prasad” The Rich Begin Calling the Tune, 25,000 B.C. — by SillyMickel Adzema

hoardYour adoption of a non-nomadic lifestyle had other pernicious consequences. When you became sedentary–staying in one place and growing your food, eventually corralling other planetmates, and so on–you were able, for the first time in your long evolutionary history, to accumulate.clip_image013 You were able to store food, but other kinds of “things” as well. This was because when you were nomadic you, naturally, had to carry everything you wanted to “own”; whereas when you “nested” you not only did not have to carry possessions but you were able to create and build storage areas to protect your accumulations.hoardnewspaper In this way you gathered and stored more than you could ever possibly need.

But it did not end there, because this development led to another cancerous outgrowth in your increasing addiction to controlling your experiences as opposed to discovering the adventure that divinity would have for your development and furthering on the path back to unity with divinity.

dominiongodspositionforyou.crpdThis tragic, life-diminishing spinoff of your ability to gather and accumulate excessive “things” was a desire to control even those of your own species: Your fellow humans became the last targets of your mania for control—added to your desires to control your experiences, the timing of events, your sustenance and food sources…which involved controlling your planetmates of the Flora and Fauna Kingdoms of Consciousness…your lifestyles, i.e., becoming sedentary, and so on.

clip_image015Your unplanetmate-like desire to control expanded your unplanetmate-like greed, and, sadly, you saw that gathering more enabled you to control the actions of those of you who gathered less. It was not long before some of your kind discerned that by gathering and storing excessively–becoming Big Accumulators–they could have more say and more sway over those who were Small Accumulators.

clip_image017Small Accumulators were not necessarily less able to gather more. Keep in mind that gathering more required an obsession and preoccupation with that, thus it required an unremitting focus on what is now called greed, manipulation, and power. So the more congenial and less crazed and obsessed of your kind would not wish this, especially as it required the relinquishing of the other pursuits of life not involving accumulation–e.g., the relational, emotional, spiritual, and creative pursuits.

clip_image018Many—who would choose to accumulate only that which was needed to sustain life and little more, so that time would be available for more fulfilling pursuits—thought the narrowing of focus to simply possessing more a sad diminishment of experience, which it was.

But this choice to use some of one’s time in the pursuit of a fulfilling life, as opposed to just the pursuit of piles of “things,” also left them vulnerable to the Big Accumulators who could tempt and persuade the Small Accumulators to act in concert with them through promises of gifts and rewards, taken from their stores of excessive accumulation.

mansubjugatingbeatingman704art2 (2)The stage was set for Big Accumulators, who had accepted a reduced spiritual and personal richness for a richness of “things,” to overpower and silence the voices of those who refused such a diminished richness of experience and narrowing of their personality–a narrowing of personality that left out the grandeur of existence more for them than for any other “thing” of Consciousness–living or “nonliving”–on this planet.

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The Great Reveal, Chapter Twenty-Five:
The Seventeenth Prasad from The Planetmates

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Activist, psychotherapist, pre- and perinatal psychologist, author, and environmentalist. I seek to inspire others to our deeper, more natural consciousness, to a primal, more delightful spirituality, and to taking up the cause of saving life on this planet, as motivated by love.
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2 Responses to Eden Stormed: 25,000 Years Ago, The Rich Began Calling the Tune, say Planetmates in Their 16th Prasad

  1. Evert Vastenburg says:

    The most socio-economic-political Prasad so far….If Marx didn’t write already his “Das Kapital’ , the Planetmates could have done it for him/us…
    Yes, all the shit starts with accumulation of food reserves…I explained this several times lately to some friends…It was a real eye opener for them…Now my friends could understand more about the difference between ‘sophisticated’ (but bloody, cruel and hierarchical) cultures like Maya, Aztec etc on the one side, and ‘primitive’ (but much less bloodthirsty, much friendlier and often with more or less situational leadership if not totally egalitarian) cultures like Papua’s and Australian Aboriginals…on the other side…
    My friends also had to learn that there is no difference between ‘sophisticated and ‘primitive’…The knowledge of so called ‘primitive’ people is astonishing but never written down…It’s just as complex and sophisticated as any other culture, but in a disguised sort of way…It’s just the difference between, as the Planetmates call it, Big accumulators and Small accumulators…
    And by understanding all this, it was possible for my friends to understand the world we live in today…
    Exploitation has a long history indeed…And now it’s all about accumulation/monopolization of money, debts, food, oil and any other essential natural resource by the Super Accumulators…

    Evert Vastenburg

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