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Sunday, May 25, 2014

The Hidden Agenda Petra

Some Things Are Seen 
And Some Are Not
Modified A UT Practice Session
On Adobe Software 2008
Art Lesson Learned

Large Herbivore Kill of The Day
I Live On For A Testimony In Court of Law
To Put These Treasonous People Behind
Bars Forever or Death
Old Criminal Acts Before Obama Took Office

It's Not Up To Me - Talk To The FBI
This May Help If You Do
"Just The Facts Jack"

I Am Just One of The Victims Not An Investigator

The Hidden Agenda Petra 

Chapter 4 
The Sea Gypsy's  

Edward Tyler’s theory that ritual grew out of beliefs in nature as a result of human reasoning must logically follow that nature is an intimate connection to what is human, natural, and the foundation of all that is human. Just as Native Americans associate nature as an extension of themselves then things of nature can be observed as are other ways of knowing such as a transpersonal way- anything outside of yourself including yourself.

The possible near future extinction of many primate species is weighed carefully against human population needs and forest resources. The disappearance of the great apes certainly have a negative aesthetic affect on the human psyche; however, the extinction of the chimpanzee, man’s closest relative, precariously shifts humans to the top of the endangered primate list. 

A Note To Me
Underneath This Picture Read
"The Eyes Follow You Wherever You Move"

Pan Troglodytes or robust chimpanzee share not only biological similarities to humans but also social and psychological adaptive traits to cope in diverse or diminishing habitat. If these creatures can no longer cope in a diminishing environment, a global concern for our own existence could be in serious question, 

“Just as in human society, where reason promotes virtue, so too does it breed vice (O’Dell).”