Cannibalism

ITT we discuss the taboo of eating "hUMAN" flesh and it's Spiritual implication.

People eat people.
They have been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years.
In fact, it is the means for the survival of many species.

People EAT People.
People EAT Human Beings.
Human Beings EAT People.

What would you call those things which eat the things that EAT People, and Human Beings?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >people eat people
    No. No they don’t.

    • 1 month ago
      SG

      Yes. Yes they do.
      It is a fact.
      One I wish to discuss in good conversation.
      Denial, much like assumption, is a derisive coping mechanism for fearful folk.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Demonically obsessed.

    There are two groups of people that do this:
    -Those that are so desperate for power that they stoop to the unthinkable so as to gain favor from powerful demons. The successful ones end up being those like african warlords and tribesmen. The vast majority condemn themselves to ruin, poverty, and sickness (see haiti)
    -Those who do it as a spiritual practice in order to break every conceivable taboo. By doing everything that is considered "wrong", they believe that it will empower them to do anything and everything necessary to accomplish their goals. Since they have committed every heinous act imaginable, they believe it will prevent their conscious from getting in the way of their agendas. These are the world's elite, the Marina Abramovich's of the world.

    In the future there may be a third category: Those duped into thinking that cannibalism is necessary for survival. It will happen gradually at first, and many will be convinced that it's good because it will help them fight the climate or whatever. These people will not do it for spiritual reasons, but do it because they find it necessary.

    In all cases, cannibalism seem to imply desperation or complete detachment from humanity. It is truly one of the darkest things a human can do, and ought to be avoided.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I just want to try it. Whats wrong with wanting to try a meat youve never had before

      • 1 month ago
        SG

        Human flesh tastes much like swine.
        Perhaps, a more... sickly, starved specimen.... One which subsists on a diet heavy in refined sugars and preservatives...

        Very... Gamey.
        Only palatable with an abundance of garlic.

    • 1 month ago
      SG

      >and ought to be avoided.

      You sir. I like the cut of your jib.
      There may be a fourth demographic, one not known for a hundred years, or more.

      Those whom resort to baser instincts in the face of the possibility of -starvation-

      These sort are plenty dangerous, and all too abundant. Predators of convenience.

      They say it would only take six days for people in major metropolitan areas to opt for such a thing. Six days without power, or a supply chain.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    being eaten is the ultimate taboo
    pedo stuff will be normalized long after cannibalism becomes normal
    but it must be done
    every aspect of human nature must be accepted

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The primary reason it was done in the past was for reasons of tribal survival. Later, after realizing it "could" be done early man couldn't differentiate as to the "should" it be done. A few mythos were adopted on the concepts of consuming strength of some sort from the consumed victim.

    What actually happens is you are forcefully taking on a form of 'burden' of whatever that individual held onto. Meaning you're consuming the necessity to survive another day but also your soul is touching theirs in a very non-intimate fashion meaning all you get from that is the spiritual "baggage" left over. Failed dreams, nightmares, sins, "skeletons in the closet." All for you to inherit and obtain for yourself and add to that collection.

    It's not sacred. It's a curse, a self-inflicted one.

    • 1 month ago
      SG

      Seems to me, a culturally imposed curse at times.

      Though, my interest lies in understanding my very own genetic disposition.
      The truth is more disturbing, as I have learned.
      Some tribes (Species) adapted to the harsh conditions of surviving such times by preying upon those which prey, specifically.

      If the ancestral savage depended upon cannibalism to subsist; then my kind subsisted upon the marrow and tenderloins of those very savages.

      This is no simple theory, rather historically accurate according to long standing tradition. Traditions which remain unchanged for tens of thousands of years; if only based upon the mere efficacy of the practices.

      It is an ancient tradition which is very much upheld to this very day, even as we type.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I am made of me meat. What’s the most efficient fuel for my body to use to make me meat.? It’s me meat! Lab grown meat that is genetically identical to you is the best possible food you could consume. Prove me wrong

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    From what i have understood, cannibal can't eat me ~(*-*)~

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