Early humans were nomadic foragers who did not hunt or eat meat and were relatively peaceable, living harmoniously in Nature. This long period of tranquility changed as gradually the effects of premature birth built up anxiety and stress in successive generations to greater degrees. Humans behaved more and more in ways at odds with Natural ways, becoming more twisted and backwards. Birth pain and trauma and pain from having needs insufficiently met by caregivers in the first years of live, while primarily dependent, caused tension, anxiety, overstimulated brains and states of consciousness to be common among humans. But the core of that craziness was this increasing obsession about control, and the need to control with the fear of uncertainty, rooted in an absolute however unjustified terror of the unforeseen and unknown.
Toad Delivers The Ninth Prasad
Published at 120 × 120 in The Ninth Prasad, of “The Great Reveal” by The Planetmates