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12,000-year-old unexplained structure

Göbekli Tepe is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and the oldest advanced civilization on Earth discovered to date.

12,000-year-old unexplained structure

Maybe this pushes back the time of when agriculture started even earlier.

Server Maintenance.  Will be down for 1 hour.  at 1am ... I hope.

1am  Manila philippine time which is gmt +8

changed to 1am.

Backups aren't finished.

Now that we are maturing paleo dieters, i've noticed the current conventional wisdom/idiocy will always state that a preferred nutritious animal food is always endangered, dwindling, too pollutive or too cute and pet like they want you to stop eating it.

"They" despise humans for eating:

Horse, deer, wild pig, tuna, whale, seal, elephant, dog, turtles, oysters, clam... Now they want you to stop eating all ocean life... Because its allegedly all got mercury... So they dont want you eating fish brains...

Think of other animals they dont want you to eat or have become extinct.  Those may be the tastiest and most nutritious animals.

Outright scary stuff! Killer GMO grass? Whatever happened to the sanctity of “grass fed” beef? Now that we know that “grass” is also GMO? Why in the first place plant GMO grass? Have all these farmers gone insane? 15 out of 18 cows killed in a few hours of eating the GMO grass? Is this a horror movie? Or something much worse? The farmer says he has been planting GMO grass for 15 years!

So now I understand. The next time you ask if your beef or lamb is grass fed, also ask if the grass is organic.

General Discussion / Himalayan Salt Experiences. Yay or Nay?
« on: June 17, 2012, 10:55:36 PM »
Hi Guys and Gals,

I'm investigating switching our houshold to Himalayan Salt.

For cooking and as raw salt in the shaker.

What is your experience with Himalayan Salt?
What brand do you buy?


We drove to where our supermarket vegetables were grown and were horrified at the amount of chemicals they proudly dumped on them.

Off Topic / Hemp Oil Anyone?
« on: June 03, 2012, 01:26:53 PM »
Interesting interview on oneradionetwork on hemp oil

Product at

Anyone into Hemp Oil or have used it?

Primal Diet / Blue Cheese Anyone?
« on: May 30, 2012, 09:10:23 PM »
The first time I made high meat, for me it tasted like blue cheese.

Any primal dieter into blue cheese?

Is blue cheese raw or not?

Is blue cheese alive with stuff in it?  Gorgonzola, etc. ?

Is blue cheese good or not?

Im on the way to my organic farmer to buy Kale for the very first time.

Please share your experiences and know how with this vegetable.

Obama Support for Gay Marriage, What are they Covering Up with this Diversion?
Announced today headlines on

Let's get to the real deal.  What are The Powers That Be trying to hide again?

- Could it be that Ron Paul is winning states and is headed for Tampa? The RNC chair had been asked to step down for supporting Romney when Ron Paul is still a viable competitor?
- Could it be that Iran is selling oil in Non-Dollars?
- Could it be that Putin just took office in Russia?
- Could it be the Fukushima Worst Nuclear Disaster in History Getting even worse?  And the nuclear plant in San Onofre?

Help me out guys.

I’ve had my share of helping people with cancer. I’ve had my own share of helping people get well of allegedly incurable diseases. I’m the network administator of a forum where members are all familiar with curing incurable diseases. I’m friends with professional healers who cure incurable diseases every single day. There is no such thing as incurable diseases. Everything is curable with truth in the principles of health and healing. We know and practice these health truths every single day.

Cancer is Curable Now is such a movie that lays it out straight IN YOUR FACE that cancer is curable now… today. And the main culprit is the current dominant western medical fake hospitals and western medical fake doctors in each and every establishment hospital and western medical university that is at fault for killing people with cancer every day.

Off Topic / Baboy Damo, Baboy Ramo, Philippine Warty Pig
« on: April 06, 2012, 09:12:27 AM »
Baboy Damo, Baboy Ramo, Philippine Wild / Warty Pig, Female 5 months old

Baboy Damo, Baboy Ramo, Philippine Wild / Warty Pig, Female 5 months old

In the search for wild nutritious food, via circumstances we got hold of this born in captivity baboy damo / baboy ramo / Philippine warty pig; from the native Igorots living in the high mountains of Tabuk.

From the looks of it, this baboy ramo seems to be of pure wild stock.  Lucky find.  We named her "Piggy Power" and she is 5 months old.  It remains to be seen how long she will stay as a pet and then be butchered for food. 

If you think this animal is of pure bred stock, then it may be interesting if a conservation group will raise her and breed her... pure bred... instead of diluting the gene pool of baboy ramo with commercial pig cross breeding.

Off Topic / Dislocated Finger Rehab Chinese Medicine Style
« on: April 04, 2012, 07:30:18 AM »
Hopefully this helps someone in the future:

My 7 year old girl Tash was playing, running, jumping through obstacles she and her older brother made themselves.  And like all children she got into an accident as she slipped and dove face first to the door and floor.  She dislocated her left small finger (pinky) at a horrifying angle I can can’t even mimic here for a photo.

With pics and video.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Wild Deer Eating Advice Wanted
« on: March 31, 2012, 10:19:56 PM »
Hi everyone,

I'm trying to establish a source of wild deer from Isabela province.

The hunters can get wild deer in the mountains, bring it down to their town, and send it by bus to Manila which is a 12+ hour trip.

Any suggestions for storing, preparing, eating wild deer?

Dos and Don'ts?

Which parts are the good parts?

Any precautions about eating wild deer?

I'm  thinking 1 deer a month should be a good thing. (depends on how big the deer comes out).

Personals / Where to get Organic Food in Houston, Texas?
« on: March 26, 2012, 05:20:11 AM »
Hi Everyone,

My brother is in Houston Texas for some corporate training... 2 months.

Where can he get organic food in Houston, Texas?

Hmmm... Houston is very near the Gulf of Mexico.  How is the sea food there?  How about the past oil spill?

He lives here

Love it or hate it.

Jon Barron needed an article in his website that had the keywords "Paleo Diet Review"

Even pays some lip service to raw paleo diet.

Off Topic / Tubal Sterilization Epidemic Extreme Warning, Be Aware!
« on: March 18, 2012, 11:29:11 AM »
Tubal Sterilization Epidemic Extreme Warning, Be Aware! Tubal Reversal in High Demand!

Tubal Ligation or Tubal Sterilization has reached epidemic mass marketing promotions in our country. What woman hasn’t been saturated with the mass marketing lie of this vastly injurious procedure? Oh it is injurious alright, how do you explain being disabled of the ability to reproduce? That by definition is injury. Plus the various VERY REAL side effects encapsulated in what is known as POST TUBAL LIGATION SYNDROME? Bet the pro-tubal ligation marketers didn’t tell you that… falsely marketing tubal sterilization as “SAFE”… big lie!

Presented here in this video is how to open and slice up a pineapple. This guy is good. He shows you can cut round pieces like medallions. But you can also cut lengthwise. Which I prefer when serving pineapples because the sweetness of a pineapple varies from top to bottom. So if you cut in medallions you get a sweet medallion and a sour medallion. To be fair to all of the people you share your pineapple with, cut it lengthwise.

How to...Eat a Pineapple

How much to eat of a pineapple? Notice in my above paragraph I said SHARE your pineapple. That is because you are NOT supposed to eat an entire pineapple by yourself. Not even HALF a pineapple of that size. You are just supposed to eat 1 lengthwise slice. 2 lengthwise slices if you are a glutton. But not more than that.

The other thing to look out for is when your tongue or lips start getting itchy or in pain. If any signs of that itch or pain begin, it’s time to stop eating pineapple. That means your body has had enough.

Pineapples can be very sweet or high in fructose without you knowing it causing high blood sugar spikes and eventual crashes if you eat too much. That is why my guideline is just 1 or 2 slices.

For SAD dieters, those who eat combinations of meat and rice or meat and wheat, or raw vegetables, or corn, those very hard to digest combinations and foods can be helped by eating a slice or two of pineapple for desert.

The pineapple enzymes are very powerful and can aid in digestion immensely. And this is also why you should not be eating an entire pineapple by yourself unless you want to bore holes in your gut.

Pineapples are great thirst quenchers and digestive aids, but do not overdo them. Remember, 1 or 2 slices is enough. That is what I judge as moderation. It is also the same serving size what rolling pineapple fruit vendors sell in the streets of Manila.  So it's also their judgment of moderation.

How to eat a Pineapple, How much to eat of a Pineapple

Suggestion Box / Please contribute new header ideas / artwork
« on: March 06, 2012, 08:21:31 PM »
Please contribute new header ideas / artwork

Maybe it should say:

"Raw Paleolithic Diet and Lifestyle Forum"

Attach artwork here.

Beautiful Woman Eating Raw Meat, Raw Liver, Kidneys, Heart and Lungs – Videos!
by Family Healer on February 25, 2012

Inger is a 35 year old Norwegian (living in Finland) currently practicing a Raw Paleo Diet with a variant called RVAF (raw vegetable and animal foods… raw omnivore) For 6 years now and 90% carnivorous in proportion. Here she demonstrates how a woman may eat raw animal foods.

*Note: On that same day I posted this link to and forum and I had ZERO responses.  Cooked paleo dieters must not know what to say or ask when they saw these videos.

Hot Topics / Raw Vegan Annette Larkins at 70 looks like 30.
« on: March 01, 2012, 12:48:03 AM »

Never had a surgical face lift.

Raw Vegan Annette Larkins at 70 looks like 30. (see video, amazing)

Hot Topics / Bill Gates, Monsanto, and Eugenics
« on: March 01, 2012, 12:00:31 AM »
Bill Gates, Monsanto, and eugenics: How one of the world's wealthiest men is actively promoting a corporate takeover of global agriculture

Learn more:

How to Open a Coconut at Home the Fastest Way

I remember being frustrated at seeing a video of someone showing how to open a bald coconut for coconut milk. The guy in the demo was poking holes in the coconut “eyes”… and taking an abominably long time to finish the entire process. My eyes rolled.

Well here is how to open a coconut at home the fastest way. I live in coconut land, so that’s all the credentials I need.

Step 1 – Get bald coconut on palm of left hand and expose the axis on top. Have a basin ready at the bottom of your hand to catch coconut water.

Step 2 – Get your big heavy knife and flip it for the blunt edge ready for striking the coconut across the axis / equator.

Step 3 – Strike once hard, the coconut will split across the axis and release the water. Pry open with knife if needed to release the coconut water.

Step 4 – If the coconut is not entirely split open, turn the coconut 90 degrees across the axis and strike it again a SECOND TIME. If you don’t finish opening a 2nd time, strike a THIRD TIME.

That’s it. Coconut open.

Sample pics:



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