14th Prasad – Defiance
The Great Reveal from the Planetmates, The Fourteenth Prasad: Eating the “Apple,” Defying Divine Assistance
Eating the Apple: “You Dismissed Divinity’s Perfect Banquet … Perfect in … Your Primary Purposes in Being Alive, Not Just Existing,” Say Planetmates in The Fourteenth Prasad
Eating the Apple, Precluding Divine Assistance: When You Controlled Your Diet You Created New Diseases for Yourself, Say Planetmates
Planetmates Release The Fourteenth Prasad
Rhino is First Consciousness at The Fourteenth Prasad.
When you controlled your diet, you dismissed Divinity's perfect banquet… perfect in the sense of its effects on your primary purposes in being alive, not just existing. It is for this reason that you have myths of very early ancestors living to ages of up to one thousand years. A much longer life was indeed possible, but for reasons that will be clear later, not particularly desirable.
The Fourteenth Prasad – Defying Divine Assistance
Second, Divine Providence is perfect providence, in ways that you cannot see ahead of time. You are not only taught, but your physical needs for food, water, shelter, and so on, are more perfectly provided by Nature in the ways most beneficial to the health of both your minds and bodies.
When you controlled your diet, you dismissed Divinity’s perfect banquet…perfect in the sense of its effects on your primary purposes in being alive, not just existing. It is for this reason that you have myths of very early ancestors living to ages of up to one thousand years. A much longer life was indeed possible, but for reasons that will be clear later, not particularly desirable.
So, in determining your much less diverse and unhealthy diet, because of your insistence on your own ideas for sustenance over the sustenance perfectly provided by Nature for your nomadic, foraging forebears, you created diseases you never had before.
Video Commentary by SillyMickel Adzema
The video following is a reading of The Fourteenth Prasad, as received from The Planetmates—what I’m calling “Defying Nature’s Perfect Banquet, Creating Diseases”—with additional explanation, context, and some commentary by SillyMickel Adzema.
The issues highlighted in the commentary relate to further separation from Divine Providence through increasing resistance to naturally provided food resources and the establishment of human-created or manipulated food sources with the intent of pleasing the palate and ignorant of nutritional needs, which had previously been provided by Divine Providence through Nature’s ways of sustenance.
Also, it discusses how this led to diseases never before experienced by our species—totally the product of our ego-designed diet. It mentions how myths of humans living inordinately long lives at one time is a product of the fact that such things were possible—though not necessarily desirable for reasons to be made clear later—during the period when humans diet was still divinely provided through Nature and before human ego wrested this control away and began its own ideas of sustenance, built around the twisted desires of the palate, itself made crazed in being swept up in the attempt to artificially fill emotional shortcomings stemming from humans’ half-born status and resultant crazed, over-amped brain and consciousness.
The link above takes you to the audio-only version of my commentary on The Fourteenth Prasad, exactly as is in the video. Click on the link to go to the the audio site, or you can listen to it here using the audio player below.
Paraphrase/Elaboration of The Fourteenth Prasad — by SillyMickel Adzema
The second major way that Divine Providence serves all planetmates is in its being perfect providence. No one in form is or can be aware of the All, so imperfection is inherent in all beings playing the game of physicality. But we feel the directions from the Divine, the All, as we have been saying. So did you. And in following these Divine directions, without knowing it ahead of time, we discover they are perfect. We find that we are guided, in spite of ourselves, to our highest realizations and fulfillments.
We know this to be true in our bones, so to speak, but our lives continually affirm it back to us, as it once did you. With age and in time, we find that in following the prods and pulls of the exigencies of events — in these frequent “course corrections” provided through the patterns of what you mistakenly consider random and undesirable events — we are navigated successfully, indeed magnificently, through the shoals and channels of life.
But in your continued separation from Divine Providence through increasing resistance to naturally provided food resources and the establishment of human-created or manipulated food sources with the intent of pleasing the palate and ignorant of nutritional needs, you not only forgo Divine Providence, you defied Divine Assistance. Rebellious as can be, you laid in your plans for providing for yourselves along the lines of greatest control and least variability of routine. And within the parameters of the hugely diminished possibilities that came of that, you sought to satisfy an increasingly crazed and distorted appetite.
By that we mean that in your crazed state of deprivational trauma, rooted in infancy, you developed cravings quite apart from what was actually good for you and was very often self-destructive. Your ego and control addictions thus bore fruit in myriad other addictions of palate and mind. Indeed, though you sought control above everything else, in doing so you became more out of control. Defying Divine Guidance, you were at the mercy of raw appetites and perverted tastes, the end products of early deprivation and pain, as well as being the ways of fleeing in the present from the tense, fearful, and impatient state that would characterize you normally. You would often choose foods that would please the palate and not necessarily nourish you.
We will explain this in more detail: Previously you had a perfect alignment, as we do, between what is desirable and pleasurable and what is most beneficial to your health. But with your increasing split from your own feelings and instincts, your crazed brains sought foods that satisfied imaginary, not real physical, desires. Suffering as you were, more than all others of us, you sought to find in food the comfort and satisfaction you could not get in your early life in the fulfillment of those earliest needs and desires. In particular, as a baby you needed to be fed and there was a gap between your need and your caretaker’s ability or desire to fill it, and so you determined that you would never again feel a lack and sought increasing control of your food acquisition as adults. In those earliest times, along with food, you needed comforting, soothing, care from and bonding with your caretaker as well, and with the gap between that need and your caretakers ability or desire to fill it, you would seek later as adults to use your times of dining as substitutes for those aches of not getting, which you still had with you. You not only have “comfort foods,” consider all of your elaborate rituals of dining and the sociability you design around it — “comfort dining.”
Now, why would you be so much more likely than us to have this problem? Remember that roughly half of your development, especially of your brain, in early life was happening outside of the womb and at the discretion of your fully growns, while we were experiencing that same period of development under the near perfect guidance and precise orchestration of the Divine through the workings of our species’ particular biology. We would experience no gap between need and fulfillment. You, with your unusual beginnings, are the only species that does as a matter of course have that gap and hence that feeling of frustration and craving. Hence, you would be set up to feel deprived during the first year of your life, especially, and then would feel that lack in mitigated form throughout your lives. These differences between us and you would weigh in strongly in your decisions to break with the Divine around food and your receiving satisfactions of your needs. And these compulsion-obsessions of yours would be flavored with your additional desire for comforting and soothing — of which you felt a similar lack at that time. Indeed, because of your carried-over tension and anxiety from those lacks, as adults you could use some comforting and soothing, additionally.
Further, in your former nomadic and foraging ways, you were led, like us, to satisfy your needs through a wide expanse of varieties of nutritional sources. In those times, for you, with this incredible variety of food products — the bounty of magnificent forest and field, shore and stream, you would be drawn to those that you would need or were better for you, health-wise, exceedingly more often than those that would not serve you well. Your appetites and palate coincided with your actual bodily needs, indeed with your actual spiritual needs as well. You, like us, partook of Divine Providence through Nature’s ways of sustenance.
But with your change to sedentary ways, you narrowed your range of foods drastically. In fact, most often you would seek to satisfy yourselves in reliance on as little as one to four foodstuffs, sometimes the majority of your diet would be variations on this one or this handful of ingredients. Of course, you could not hope to satisfy the multitude of bodily needs for vigor and to avoid illness from such a diminished array of sources. You became unhealthy. You lost height and the bodies you created were weaker and more likely to fail. Your mothers would more often die in childbirth and your children would quite a bit more than previously die then or in the first few years of life.
Most importantly, this abnormal control of your diet in defiance of Nature’s designs for you, led to diseases never before experienced by your species — totally the product of your ego-designed diet. Your lives were not just less adventurous, less happy, less satisfying, they were shorter. Your lifestyle might allow you to fend off big predators better, but it left you wide open to malnutrition and the little predators of germs. When you determined your much less diverse and unhealthy diet you created diseases you never had before. Your life expectancy rapidly diminished.
Yet before you wrested control of what you would eat, and you let Nature lead you in your diet, your kind lived much longer lives. It is for this reason that you have myths of very early ancestors living to ages of up to one thousand years. In these myths your forebears are depicted as vigorous and tall, long-lived and noble. All of this, generally speaking, was true. Relative to today and prior to your falls into sedentary ways of horticulture and husbandry, you were healthier, more in tune with principled and invisible ways — more “spiritual; more harmonious with Nature’s designs, and you had longer life spans, which could easily, life circumstances allowing, exceed considerably over 100 years, though, for reasons that will be clear later, that might not be particularly desirable.
To sum up, greater health and well-being and living inordinately long lives at one time is a product of the fact that during that period humans’ diet was still divinely provided through Nature, and was occurring in the time prior to when human ego wrested this control away and began its own ideas of sustenance, built around the twisted desires of the palate, itself made crazed in being swept up in the attempt to artificially fill emotional shortcomings stemming from humans’ half-born status and resultant crazed, over-amped brain and consciousness.
All the rest of us planetmates are not only taught and guided toward our ultimate life fulfillment by Divine Providence, as we have said, but even our physical forms are most perfectly sustained in following Divine Providence. Both our existential and physical needs are most perfectly provided by following Divine Providence. Re the physical: physical needs for food, water, shelter, and so on, are more perfectly provided by Nature in ways that are most beneficial to the health of both our minds and bodies. When you separated from the Divine, even defied divine assistance, when you decided it would be you who would control your diet, you dismissed Divinity’s perfect banquet…perfect in the sense of its effects on your primary purposes in being alive, not just existing.
And with this insistence on your own ideas for sustenance over the sustenance perfectly provided by Nature for your nomadic, foraging forebears, you added the suffering of unnecessary physical illnesses and earlier loss of strength and even of physical form itself to your unhappy lot.
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