Joined: 02 Dec 2006 Posts: 28 Location: california
when i watched the hari kari hindu on youtube on veganism
I finally understood why and a good reason to stop meat. he said it is remnants of illuminati sacrifice is what the meat industry is and by eating it we debase ourselves and cut ourselves off from attaing higher nature. well put like that he made sense.keep goats for their milk so cheese and shit . i saw that movie about southern refusiers in civil war or sick of fighting and the old lady killed her goats in a very loving way. matter of personal if you keep animals and want their meat.i dont mind killing chickens abut pigs are a heart ache. I cnt do with out cheese and eggs.butter.
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ive always liked the native americans position on the subject. they worshiped animals as sacred and asked for thier forgiveness when killing the animal for food. they tried to use every part of the animal and wasted nothing. they killed what they needed to survive and to help keep balance in the habitat. i think balance is key. because plants are not of a higher intellegence doesnt mean they are not alive and do not deserve the same respect as an animal. in my opinion everything thats alive contributes to the life force of the planet, and plants have a rooted ground level network of consciousness.
quoted for agreement. This is something that some naturopathic meat-diet proponents are saying as well...today we eat simply the muscle of the animal. The rest of the animal's body provides many health benefits largely unknown in civilized societies.
And it could be related to our spiritual development. Viewing food in a mechanistic process is vastly different from an emotional or spiritual road of travel.