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    I like eating anything meat,grains,fruit, and veggies . They all taste good to me.Veggies need to be cooked a certain way for me to like them.Fruit i can tolerate and eat alot of i really like fruits . Meat and fruit are my favorites . : )

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    Lol, sorry I'm new to the site and thought these were discussion threads. I've only been awake and aware I'm indigo for 6 weeks and am trying to go off feelings not info. I FEEL I don't want or need to eat meat any more that's all. Although we are one, we are all still different. I'm sorry but to say meat is the only way seems a little closed minded to me. At times like this, that's something I can't get my head around.

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    Bear is not quite correct. As original Earth Beings, we evolved as a tuber,
    grass, grain, fruit eating Being.
    There were some small nesting rodents available as well as the occasional
    bird eggs and small water life. The majority of our teeth are for grinding.
    We were prey to the carnivore, with few defenses, not a predator.

    We still depended upon a grass-grain, tree environment for our survival.

    Eating meat came relatively recently [50,000 yrs]in our
    development, when we developed the tools and methods
    for killing. At least that is the view of current anthropology,
    that focused on the Eastern half of Africa.

    My view through RV and Astral visiting is different
    and first focused on The Colonists from off World,
    placed in Western Africa, next to the Ocean,
    the Neanderthal.

    This first group were a different story.
    They had psi-abilities that added meat to their
    veggie and water life diet, planting bushes, trees
    and grasses. Living by the Ocean as they moved
    from Southern Africa toward the North they had
    fire and salt to preserve meat and fish for weeks.
    Due to their psi-abilities, the only weapons they
    needed were heavy defensive spears.

    Then I focused on a Colonists group that lived in the
    Moldavian Valley opening to the Black Sea, then they
    expanding along the top of Northern Siberia. They
    were an advanced farming culture [they planted their
    crops in spirals] with domesticated animals and and
    several types of weapons. They introduced fruit trees
    and different types of grasses to Earth to support the
    animals they released for Earths further development.
    Their villages were recently discovered and they were
    named Denisovans. They had telekinetic psi-abilities
    as a dominant tool in their society.

    According to several books, your blood type
    needs a specific diet. I am AB+ and a 70/30
    Carb/meat is supposed to be best for me.
    On that diet however, I gain weight. The
    60/40 carb/meat seems the best for me.
    Be in harmony,
    be in beauty.
    roger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychic Child View Post
    Bear is not quite correct. As original Earth Beings, we evolved as a tuber,
    grass, grain, fruit eating Being.
    There were some small nesting rodents available as well as the occasional
    bird eggs and small water life. The majority of our teeth are for grinding.
    We were prey to the carnivore, with few defenses, not a predator.

    We still depended upon a grass-grain, tree environment for our survival.

    Eating meat came relatively recently [50,000 yrs]in our
    development, when we developed the tools and methods
    for killing. At least that is the view of current anthropology,
    that focused on the Eastern half of Africa.

    My view through RV and Astral visiting is different
    and first focused on The Colonists from off World,
    placed in Western Africa, next to the Ocean,
    the Neanderthal.

    This first group were a different story.
    They had psi-abilities that added meat to their
    veggie and water life diet, planting bushes, trees
    and grasses. Living by the Ocean as they moved
    from Southern Africa toward the North they had
    fire and salt to preserve meat and fish for weeks.
    Due to their psi-abilities, the only weapons they
    needed were heavy defensive spears.

    Then I focused on a Colonists group that lived in the
    Moldavian Valley opening to the Black Sea, then they
    expanding along the top of Northern Siberia. They
    were an advanced farming culture [they planted their
    crops in spirals] with domesticated animals and and
    several types of weapons. They introduced fruit trees
    and different types of grasses to Earth to support the
    animals they released for Earths further development.
    Their villages were recently discovered and they were
    named Denisovans. They had telekinetic psi-abilities
    as a dominant tool in their society.

    According to several books, your blood type
    needs a specific diet. I am AB+ and a 70/30
    Carb/meat is supposed to be best for me.
    On that diet however, I gain weight. The
    60/40 carb/meat seems the best for me.
    Be in harmony,
    be in beauty.
    roger.
    Yes Psychic Child, our pre-human ancestors, many millions of years ago were herbivorous, we still have some anatomical similarities from that time, flat nails, jaw function, but that was very, very long ago. We did not replace some herbivorous characteristics like nails because we did not need to, we had tools, whether they used psi-abilties I have no knowledge of. our digestive has adapted as the result of a carnivorous diet, we have a short ailmentary length to body length ratio, 75% of our stomach's surface produces HCl while 25% for non-meat enzymes(in times of starvation) and the fiber roughage damages our intestines.When we began to eat meat, I terribly disagree, there is evidence of carnivorism over 3.4 million years ago for pre-humans. I haven't researched anything on blood type, hell I don't even know my own.

    Here's something to chew on: Cannabis(weed) only affects carnivores.

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    When was it that meat doninated our diet?
    One of the signs of a Society being civilized
    was the forming of villages to farm grasses and grains.
    Domesticate goats for their milk then their meat and hide.
    And pigs for their fat, meat and with the goat their ability
    to live off of human food scraps, grasses and grains along
    with ducks, chickens, and geese producing eggs and feathers.

    The nomadic herders, continued their life style, and harvested
    or traded livestock, cheese, and butter for the grains, plants
    and roots.

    Other cultures were majorly dependent on Sea, Lake or River life.
    Some dependent on grasses [rice] [corn] [beans] and ducks,
    geese, rodents and again goats and pigs. Goats and rodents
    are the only red meat that appears in most cultures. The Cow
    is in evidence in cultures too, but not the to the extent of the
    others. The cow is not as efficient producer as goat, pigs, rodents
    ducks, chickens and geese. Some red meat was cooked over a fire,
    but most of it was boiled. It is more tender and provided broth
    for gravy, stews and soup stock, usually in that order.

    It seems that humans diet depended on what was available in the
    many environments Earth provides.
    Not just one type of diet. Certainly not red meat as that one diet.
    Be in harmony,
    be in beauty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychic Child View Post
    When was it that meat doninated our diet?
    One of the signs of a Society being civilized
    was the forming of villages to farm grasses and grains.
    Domesticate goats for their milk then their meat and hide.
    And pigs for their fat, meat and with the goat their ability
    to live off of human food scraps, grasses and grains.
    The nomadic herders, continued their life style, and harvested
    or traded cheese, and butter for the plants and roots.

    Other cultures were majorly dependent on Sea, lake or river life.
    Some dependent on grasses [rice] and ducks,geese and again
    goats and pigs.
    It seems that humans diet depended on what was available in the
    many environments Earth provides.
    Not just one type of diet. Certainly not red meat as that diet.
    Be in harmony,
    be in beauty.
    roger
    During the Ice Ages, humans had to rely on animals, there was little vegetation to consume. The ice age periods were strict times where humans had to live almost entirely off of meat. Also by The Bear's standards, all dairy and eggs were considered "meat". The advent of agriculture is the time of these things you speak of, where plants were traded for meat and other food, agriculture destroyed human health, if grains were optimal food for humans, we would not see the degeneration of human health, which became evident in the new generations by the degraded teeth, the next generations were also shorter in stature. Also, as humans began farming their posture suffered as they were also looking downward and the front muscles were constantly used, affecting back posture. Hunters looked ahead, hardly at the ground. And is evident how worse posture has become as we are hunching over for everything now, as illustrated in this comic of the timeline of human evolution:
    http://healthculturesociety.wikispac...Techno+Sapiens
    Last edited by Malik; 05-19-2013 at 05:54 PM.

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    I've decided to no longer post about diet or reply back to this Carnivore thread. It is certainly not of much benefit to me to do so but I hope anyone who stumbles upon this thread will learn from the links I've provided from mostly experiences of westernized men that adopt a diet so strange, it is considered "dangerous", or not for everyone. There are many, many links on scientific evidence that are point against carbohydrates. It doesn't matter, though there is a diet section on here, we are all Indigos, here to be Indigos. Quite a few think most foods are good, and vegetarianism is best for the indigos, I however, do not.

    As an Aries Indigo, I like war, the idea of it, the thrill. It explains why I act so heated sometimes. I like that intensity, I become comfortable in my Iron coating, and I often seem impulsive and can be very inconsiderate on such a topic as this. And as a result, I'll will just stop discussing this on Indigo Society. Again, if your interested in this new Way of Eating. There are links on the first page.

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    WOOOOHOOOOOOO your attitude makes my blood boil and makes my soul growl with recognition.
    even though im a libra/virgo cusp.

    lol.

    i dont know i just eat about anything i can get my hands on. i mean. i eat what i crave and it makes me feel strong.
    most of the time i crave seafood, tree nuts/seeds , certain plants.

    spinach is on that list. i crave a lot of dried fruit. cucumbers, beans and rice, they all seem to actually give large amounts of vitality back to my body.

    this how ever is just how i feel after eating these things.
    personally i think....maybe we where made for a diet like that. however it has been proven that certain blood types thrive off of certain foods as the digestive process is slightly altered blood type to blood type.

    i firmly believe that what we need to eat is in our genetics with that said. maybe your ment to be a carnivore.
    are you an ab type? type 0?
    http://www.webmd.com/diet/eat-right-for-your-type

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malik View Post
    Do not try and justify from a extremely biased site such a PETA. PETA is filled with ranted lies, and their is not a single source on that first link that proves anything. And they don't want to use real science because they like to do anything and watch anything to keep you from eating animals, and being healthy. They defy man's nature, for animal food.


    Sugar are a type of carbohydrate and are not essential, the very small amounts of glucose needed for a small part of the brain can be supplied by gluceoneogenesis.


    By the way, Gorillas have large canines and they are mostly herbivorous. Teeth are not a good way to indicate diet. Especially when humans began cooking meat, we didn't need strong jaws and spent less energy chewing to get more energy out of food. Which ultimately led to our bigger brains, smaller guts that no longer produce cellulase to digest fibrous foods. A more acceptable thing to call a human is a carnivore with omnivore adaptabilities that would be useful for times of scarcity. It is absolutely pointless to eat things like spinach or leafy greens of any sort, thinking you'll get all those nutrients. The fiber of spinach is undigestible until it gets to the colon where your alkaline environment in the colon turns acidic to digest it. Bacteria break it down, causing flatunence but since no nutrients can be absorbed in the colon, all the good stuff goes right through you. A much more accurate determination of diet is through digestive analysis.


    Short reading on comparison of digestive systems.
    http://www.second-opinions.co.uk/car...l#.US-eAyi9Kc0


    Good example also why you don't need large canines to be a carnivore.
    http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-14416809


    Seafood is animal flesh which is meat, it's still meat and it's naive to think all of our ancestors had access to seafood. Somr lived far from a major water source. Also the BS statement that meat apparently causes heart attacks.

    I dont trust peta, all they do is make people feel bad and try to control people.They rarley help animals i also heard they kill them even if they have nothing wrong with them.

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    Humans are omnivores. That's it. From an ethical point of view, eating meat and thereby killing animals when you don't have to, is wrong, especially in the industrialized, capitalist context. Besides, your body doesn't give a shit if its proteines come from weed or meat.


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