It was only last month that a Swedish scientist caused quite some stir among those rightly concerned about the moral state of humans currently inhabiting planet Earth. Magnus Söderlund, who is a behavioral scientist, suggested a killer way to tackle climate change and its effects on our agricultural system: he said we should eat … each other!
He wants us to go full Hannibal, and he’s not the only one.
Richard Dawkins—a far more popular name than the Swedish one—famously came under fire for advocating cannibalism. It’s noteworthy to mention here that Dawkins is also the poster child for ‘crusading atheism.’
The Garish Suggestion
The suggestion was made as a solution to combat an apparent and, in some cases, real problem of “food supply.” Some scientists have claimed that the world population continues to grow despite mounting evidence it is leveling off or in some areas falling. They’re guessing we’ll run out of food. Alternatives such as grasshoppers and cockroach milk (yes, that’s a thing), all sorts of bugs and things are being normalized as food sources. Which is certainly debatable as appropriate food sources—but then the idea is brought up: there are dead people everywhere, being buried and burnt, when in fact they could be eaten. We do wonder what exactly they had in mind: steak a la carte or some fava beans?
So, Should You Start Feasting on Fellow Man?
We think that people who actually do that sort of thing—consume human flesh—are either disturbed psychopaths (such as Jeffrey Dahmer), touted Satanists in the upper echelons of the cabal, twisted pervs on the dark web or lost tribes in remote jungles. Remember that Japanese dude, who killed and cooked and ate his classmate in Paris? He’s a celebrity now.
The fact that someone who commits heinous crimes and performs unspeakable deeds is hailed in society (the Japanese cannibal has actually written cookbooks, is regularly on TV, and has a solid fan base) is appalling to many. And perhaps it should horrify us because this suggestion as a solution to a manufactured problem may likely be taken seriously in a growing portion of the world’s endangered population. Yes – the endangered population is – humans.
Eating farm animals is considered different to many of us. Eating a human may be tantamount to reducing the human status to that of an edible commodity.
Have you ever wondered why it might have been easy for people like Jeffrey Dahmer and Richard Ramirez to eat their victims? It was because they felt nothing, nothing for fellow man, no regard or respect. But there are other unseen causes that few know about or would be able to explain in a coherent and rational manner. If and when cannibalization does become normalized and mainstream in society, the gradual degradation of humans will be complete. And this would most likely happen with outside assistance that is little appreciated or considered in the modern world.
What it Means to Embrace Cannibalism
Cannibalism isn’t new. Back when humans were supposedly in a more primitive state, tribes would kill other tribes, and cannibalize the fallen enemy. The purpose of such wasn’t to have a feast or to satiate hunger. It was to announce dominance over another group of people. Races that look down upon other races are thought to condone cannibalism—and in a very real sense, the races in question here could be those from extraterrestrial civilizations more advanced technologically, but inhabiting a lower spiritual state, itching to sow the seeds of discord on this Earth.
There’s also a well-researched connection between cannibalism and evil forces, as was discovered during a channeling of Jeffrey Dahmer. You can watch the interview with the necrophile/rapist/cannibal here, performed by scientist, spiritual healer, and channeler Karl Mollison. And why are so many scientists suddenly advocating the unthinkable? Perhaps not by any design of their own, but with external help in order to ensure that humans are forever pitted against each other. Bon Appétit!