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Raw Weston Price / Re: Where does he mention homosexuality
« on: December 02, 2019, 02:13:12 am »
There is a well structured plan which among other things, seeks to psychologically castrate and feminize men, while simultaneously masculinizing and whoring women. Along with other factors, this leads to a destruction of the family unit, which is the basis of civilization. Without families, there can be only tyranny and chaos.

I wouldn't refer to it as a plan, machinated by some sort of evil mastermind....Both the (rich and poor), (saint and whore) are in many ways at the mercy of these cosmic whims.....humancentric worldviews tend to look for ways to blame and scapegoat fellow beings for our shared predicaments...we tend to anthropomorphize the flow of cosmic change into demons and divinities....but, instead of judging these things personally, there are more impersonal forces at play which shape the all too human dynamics. Just as the hive insects mutually agreed to subvert their sexual individuality in exchange for the security and honey provided by their society, so are hive human also abandoning gender and familial roles in order to join the greater hive structure being constructed. Its not just the case that families are being destroyed, the entire family construct is being spirited away from the nuclear matter/patter/offspring model, and moved more toward these hive super societal structures, where regardless whatever ways people manage to reproduce, the offspring will be brought into a collective, where they will be conditioned from an early age to identify more with the superstructure itself rather than individuals who acted as the biological parents.

In strange ways these new superstructures are self regulating organisms that are evolving as well as seeking some fashion of homeostasis. Personally I feel saddened by the loss of the more primal ways of living within the old family structures. There is a deeply tragic feeling of nostalgia and a disheartening sense that this brave new world does not give a damn for such sentimentalism. Despite such fatalistic cynicism here we are, and at least for the time being certain sections of the population who hold on to the old ways, will still be able to live and reproduce in accordance to their natural drives. Even from within the heart of Mordor this invisible hand guided by impersonal forces will continue to cultivate such heirloom people, who are able to live, love, and transcend the forces of tyranny.

There may indeed be a method to the shuffling madness, and it will forever take all kinds to make a world. Given enough time and "progress" such thoughts, sentiments and views will likely be banished to obsolete obscurity..... but just perhaps in case Babylon fails to bring forth a stabilized hive humanity, out of the ruins the survivors still endowed with the antiquated relics of this primal spirit, will be able to reincarnate the form of humanity needed to carry us on to whatever destiny awaits.

Raw Weston Price / Re: Where does he mention homosexuality
« on: December 01, 2019, 12:51:52 pm »
So you say that homosexuals grow up around a lot of women and not ''enough'' men? Or do you mean it the other way around?

Gender identity/ sexual orientation in humans is much more nuanced than just the number of male to female ratio, as it is in gender morphing amphibians. While in these primitive animals the physical gender can be altered, in humans this isnt possible. Instead of physically transforming the body to accommodate environmental imbalances, these socially constructed influences profoundly effect the mind and behavior. There is a complexity of factors at work....the suppression of natural pheromone expression, generational hormonal birth control and the sociological cuckolding and suppression of distinctly strong masculine and feminine traits to name a few. These factors can easily offset the precarious balance of sexual selection, which has evolved in human beings to a degree of complexity that is not entirely appreciated or understood by modern science.

The numerical male to female ratio is roughly equivalent in modern society, but the gender perceptions on a biofeedback level has been skewed, male and female traits have been made more and more ambiguous, and so this altered reality becomes the template from which a newfangled sexuality is being spawned.

In wolf hierarchies the Betas will sublimate their sexual drives, and take on more submissive traits. There are actual hormonal changes which have evolved, and correspond to these behavioral changes. In the hive insect world sexuality of the masses of obedient workers is entirely suppressed. There must be similar mechanisms operating within human populations. In these modern dominance hierarchies Alpha Male traits are extremely suppressed by the powers that be, much in the same way the Alpha wolf enforces submissiveness among the betas. This leads to a huge void of masculinity throughout large populations. The men become incrementally more feminized.... as this lack of masculinity triggers females, who naturally seek masculinity to become more masculine in order to fill the void ( much in the same way amphibians will alter gender expression) The larger and more hierarchical the society is the more these tendencies toward a "de-gendering" non reproductive sexuality seems to manifest.


Raw Weston Price / Re: Where does he mention homosexuality
« on: December 01, 2019, 02:27:10 am »
Again I hearken back to the hermaphroditic sea worm and amphibian ancestors.

When society artificially segregates the genders during early development and places people within rigid sociological hierarchies, this simulates the same conditions which triggers gender morphing in amphibians. The mere perception of limited mating choices within a sexually segregated society can trigger the activation of latent amphibian hermaphrodite tendencies.

These trends and tendencies caused by the sexual segregation of the youth, can be further aggravated by a number of other factors. The hormonal disruption caused by the plastics, soy and well as the widespread effect of disruption of the pheromone feedback systems with the use systematic enforcement of deodorant and skin microbiol sterilization. Many people are so isolated from the opposite gender while growing up they develop a physical aversion to the natural pheromones of the opposite sex. These mechanisms evolved for the healthy expression of sexual selection have been perverted by the structural hierarchical, sociological conditioning and technological systems of modern society!

Raw Weston Price / Re: Where does he mention homosexuality
« on: November 30, 2019, 12:00:00 am »
I view Homosexuality as a remnant of our evolutionary past, from a time when we descended from hermaphroditic sea worms. These creatures where able to take on both male and female genders, depending on the environmental circumstances.

This ambi-sexterity remained an active phenomenon within our amphibious ancestors who were able to still physically change gender to suit mating conditions. As we continued to evolve, sexual selection became more advanced, and the gender differences became more rigid and eventually the ability to physically change gender was lost.....but the physiological remnants of the primal hermaphroditic origin remained within the throwback DNA....and though physically it isn't possible for humans to gender morph, on a psychological level, exposure to certain hormonal, sociological or environmental conditions at the developmental phases, can confuse the very precarious nature of gender differentiation, leading to a partial reversion to the Latent amphibious states of hermaphroditism, which although cannot manifest with a physical gender change, it can be seen in the manifestation of sexual behaviors.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: November 29, 2019, 11:51:45 am »

Off Topic / Re: New dopamine fasting craze
« on: November 22, 2019, 11:01:23 pm »
its just a new version of the ancient Idea, of (delayed gratification)

Dopamine burnout is a real phenomenon, even if the brave new worldview doesn't seem to notice the detrimental effects of technologically driven over stimulation.

 Ive have practiced many of these delayed gratification techniques for years, such as fasting, limiting screen time, and I was doing no fap before it was a fad...

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 15, 2019, 01:29:35 am »
Yeah I haven't been able to to make my diet feel optimal without doing the whole animal approach...and will go so far as to say that without a regular supply of fresh raw blood marrow, guts and organs, I wouldn't be able to make this diet work. I still also use a little coconut butter every day, and believe the medium chain fatty acids and small amount of carbs and fiber do help in some way.

Also going into the diet I had liver issues where my liver would be congested and hurt. Even eating small amounts of protein or carbs would spike my blood perhaps my liver and metabolic system were in such a unusual state that switching over to high fat and protein works for me in a way that it wouldn't work for others?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 12, 2019, 11:23:27 pm »
It can be problematic to entirely shift microbial and metabolic system cold turkey. I shifted into low carb and then into very low carb over a much longer period of time.

If you were carb tolerant before and consuming foods such as dairy then such a drastic change can put the body into shock. Dairy especially can be highly addictive, and it can take over three weeks to completely ride the gut from the effects of milk proteins and sugars.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: November 11, 2019, 12:31:17 am »

General Discussion / Re: different races and penis size
« on: November 04, 2019, 01:41:49 am »

Journals / Re: The Butcher
« on: September 22, 2019, 04:21:58 am »
The colonics experiment is ancient history to my memory...the lady didn't see any signs of parasites or abnormality. I now tend to believe that colonics are for the most part not beneficial or necessary....perhaps people who have some issues could get temporary alleviation, but if you are consuming a pure and nutritious diet based on Raw Animal foods then there shouldn't be any need for such cleansing.

As for symptoms of parasites, Im not exactly sure anymore what symptoms are due to parasites, and what may just be some other anomaly. The type of gut sensations and liver tenderness which I had thought could of been worms, have long since ceased. I often have gotten poor quality animals and for some reason or another will go through periods where something doesn't feel just right...but it never last as long as I can transition back to eating more optimal animals.

General Discussion / Re: rami nagiel died of cancer.. how?..
« on: September 01, 2019, 03:09:11 am »
There is a chicken or egg first, situation with mold and fungus cancer causation theory. There is definitely a strong correlation between these molds and fungal inundations  and conditions like cancer, but are they a direct cause or are they symptomatic of some other environmental condition?

Mold and fungus feed on decaying and already sickened tissues. Yeast are the last line of defense, when the metabolic system break down and the body accumulates excess biotoxins. Although the process by which fungus and mold break down waste on the body is not very kind, without these decomposing symbiotic organisms, our body’s would become overwhelmed with toxic tissues and die well before anything like cancer would take hold.

These organisms produce the elements needed to clean away and catabolicly neutralize elements which are far more detrimental to the body than the byproduct they excrete...the problem is that medical science cannot isolate exactly the underlying disbiosis which leads to such overgrowth, and so mistakes the symptoms with the disease.

There are many more nuances to this phenomenon, but the basic point is that although the toxic byproducts of mold and fungus can in excess lead to the eventual development of cancer, for the sake of holistic treatment  they still should viewed more like symptoms rather than a cause.

This of view mainly applies when there is an internal cases like house mold poisoning and chronic exposure to external toxic overgrowth, then there should be a much different approach. Housing materials infected with mold will off gas metabolic waste toxins full of both synthetic and organic pollution, there is no reason or necessity to be exposed to this kind of risk, when simple mindful avoidance of toxic environments can be practiced. Though like the frog slow boiled many people being slow poisoned will never realize the source of the it from internal or external nature?



Off Topic / Re: Muslims and disdain for vaccines due to halal concerns
« on: August 09, 2019, 10:51:40 am »
Here is the halal conundrum....would a food animal be considered halal if it was given gmo pork derived inoculations???

I’ve been screaming from the wilderness about the systematic drugging of industrial food animals for years, if I reject vaccines for humanity then it’s only logical that I wouldn’t ideally choose to eat vaccinated animals.

It’s all a bunch of weird cult science to me....anecdotally speaking the best animals I’ve had have never been given any drugs!


The persecution of Tommy is the prime example of the corrupt justice system of the UK

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: July 03, 2019, 08:39:42 am »
Saber, I have one question. Do you eat vegetables? Raw or cooked? Which ones? If so, what is the main reason you eat them?

You are everywhere, man. Keep it up!

I eat some vegetation occasionally, mostly coconut butter, and every now and then I will try small amounts of something randomly, such as some salad greens, burdock root, Brazil nuts...Not sure exactly about reasoning, its mainly out of curiosity and cravings which lead be to sample other foods from time to time.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: June 28, 2019, 06:34:53 am »
Ive got local news interview coming up

I will be on the Primal Edge on the 2nd
and there is a documentary from Amsterdam filming on the 3rd

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: June 28, 2019, 06:32:46 am »
Dope vid. A couple questions if you don't mind:

- What are the benefits of hanging the meat?
- Is your refrigerator (where you hang the meat) cooling, or is it simply used as a container?
- If it's on, what setting do you set it on?
- Does the meat rot or is it dry and stable? If it rots, at what rate (e.g., same rate as out in the open/slower/very slowly)?
- Does anyone complain about smells (assuming the meat is rotting)?
- Do you have any advice on smart ways to butcher the animals? E.g., how not to lose the blood?

Hanging the meat allows for maximum aeration
I use a stand up freezer unit that is hooked up to a thermostat that I set on just above freezing.
If the temperature is cold enough then there is very little rot and everything slowly ages
Butchering sheep and goats isnt difficult, I will cut the jugular veins and hold the animal down while I collect the blood in a bowl.
Having someone to help hold the animal may be necessary if it is too big and strong to manage alone.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: June 20, 2019, 09:45:04 am »
Barcroft must have released the still shots and uncut interviews to the daily mail...
This may have been the other deal they were telling me about....

I am filming something else for a new media startup from the Netherlands in July, so will continue to post any updates here..

Also planing on making an other appearance on the primal edge podcast sometime soon.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: June 19, 2019, 11:32:03 am »

The Barcroft episode has been unleashed!

General Discussion / Roots and Shoots
« on: June 08, 2019, 09:52:08 am »
Ive experimented with different plant foods over the years, and for the most part most plants don't work well with my high fat whole animal approach.

Recently I have discovered Burdock Root growing in my yard and have harvested some and eaten it raw, in small amounts it feels real refreshing, and seems to have an overall beneficial effect. If I eat more than a small root at a time I will feel a little bloated, but no where near the negative symptoms I would get from other vegetables.

The main inquiry here would be to ask others what raw roots, shoots, and tubers might go best in moderation along with a raw meat based diet? I am also interested in tonic roots that may not work as a primary food source, but could be used from time to time for their interesting and  adaptogenic effects....such as Ginseng or Sassafras?

It seems that there are many roots which have much less oxalates and other anti nutrient profiles, than many leafy greens . Perhaps there are minerals, resistance starch, and undiscovered synergistic factors contained in some roots that could be complementary a raw paleo diet?

I have built a large freshwater pond, and am currently planting some edible roots and shoots around the yard. I already have Burdock, lotus, jerusalem artichoke, bamboo....and am planning on adding in some cattail and horsetail.

Does anyone else have any insights or recommendation for additions to my raw root garden?

Every time I am confronted by Mainstream Daily recommended values for nutritional requirements, my mind congers up the vegetable polices parodies of SV3ridge, where  he goes into the breakdown of the real nutrients they dont tell us goat scrotum factor #4...people dont even know they are deficient in horse utter #7...everybody could definitely benefit from more walrus spleen co-factor #15 

Though there is some strong evidence linking certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies to specific illness, the scientific age with its focus on, parcing out and isolating specific elements, has left many people blind to the holistic nature of whole body nourishment. They are engaged in chronic over complicated thinking and baseless assumptions of what is needed for optimal nutrition...thinking that they can somehow balance an unbalanced diet by simply supplementing synthetic forms of the missing nutrients.

Off Topic / Re: Something to ponder as regards high-meat
« on: May 16, 2019, 12:52:14 am »
Most people are able to develop some tolerance to anaerobic bacteria, and though in excess they can cause adverse reactions, in small amounts they may not have a noticeable effect... having to metabolize the bio-toxins contained in these improperly aged meats over time could weaken overall vitality.

As soon as you bring plastic packaged meat home, open it up and hang it in an open air fridge, so that the more beneficial aerobic bacteria can edge out the anaerobic bacteria, so as to give the meat a better overall flavor and microbial profile as it ages.

Off Topic / Re: Something to ponder as regards high-meat
« on: May 15, 2019, 02:42:21 am »
Not enough clinical data to be for sure, but perhaps its not the bacteria in as much as it is the flesh dissolving enzymes produced by the bacteria that are of primal benefit?

In this thread of thinking the oxygen loving bacteria when eaten will deliver their precious special sauce directly to the belly of the beast, and as they themselves die and are digested in the oxygen deprived environment of the gut. The metabolic byproducts of these sacrificial high-meat bacteria then go into feeding a healthy balance of carnivorous indigenous micro flora.

The anaerobic bacteria, like those that grow when meat is wrapped up in plastic, do not so easily sacrifice themselves for the symbiotic nourishment of the indigenous microbiome  when ingested, instead they begin to inoculate the gut and inundate it with its own antagonistic secretions. Under some conditions these germs proliferate exponentially in an attempt of a hostile takeover, leading to a slue of negative effects, associated with what is called food poisoning.

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