It feels like the fifth "Command Center" is in the stomach, with the human tapeworm and its environment:
The human tapeworm has coexisted and evolved with humans for thousands of years, so it's understandable that it very much hopes humans to grow in numbers, and live a very comfortable life full of love and joy. However, in the last 100 years, humans have sought to eradicate its existence from the human gut system, falsely believing that it causes disease and is unnatural. However, the human tapeworm actually depends on humans to sexually reproduce, much like the cats' bugs, so it works for the human's benefit. People often say that that tapeworms can create holes in the stomach, though this is not much different, or occur more frequency, than a person suffering a heart attack, stroke, getting cancer, or growing a tumor. Interestingly, people can feel the tapeworm's Anger and Fear when they project anger towards it, or its Anger and Sadness when people view and treat it as something bad, as if it's a ghost appendage:
Benefits of having tapeworms in the stomach include:
- No allergies or a significant reduction in the occurrence of allergic reactions
- Greater feeling of love and attraction for your love partner
- Greater attraction to your potential romantic love
- Greater feeling of joy upon having a baby
- Keeping a healthier body weight
- Knowing what to eat to keep the tapeworms and the gut environment healthier
- Happiness seeing and knowing that the tapeworms are leaving the body, and that it's moving on to its next phase in life
Having the tapeworms' emotions
in mind, will lead to:
- Increased energy and motivation to do the things that interest you and are important
- Better appetite and increased curiosity for exotic dishes or meats
It might be better for the tapeworm to be introduced after 14 years old, and can be a removed after a person reaches menopause, which is around 63 years old. This has to do with being able to hunt or consume significant quantities of red meat to gain the tapeworm.
If you pay attention to the Emotional Repressions
of the tapeworm "ghost appendage", then you will realize it also helps you emotionally, and ties you to the well-being of all animals, by exhibiting emotional repressions of Anger, Sadness, and Fear. Interestingly, if you are materialistic, or too focused on gaining material goods, the tapeworm can also express repressed Envy. Here are examples:
- Aversion to violence and graphic depictions of violence
- Aversion to violent images and gore
- Aversion to industrial killing or slaughtering processes
- Aversion to any attempt at genetic modification, including deliberate attempts on plants and animals
- Aversion to use animals in chemical and medical research
- Aversion to use anti-bacterial chemical cleaning agents
- Aversion to the widespread use of pesticides and weed killers
- Aversion to the use of poison in managing invasive species like fish
- Aversion to the focus of pursuit material goods, especially those you don't need
- Aversion to laying out mouse traps, or any animal traps that are not used for food
- Aversion to killing an animal if releasing it is an option
- Aversion to those people who have committed murders, thefts, robberies, etc.
- Aversion to getting abortions, abandoning a baby, or giving birth in unsanitary locations without care for the baby's or the mother's well-being
- Aversion to unimportant pursuits or actions, as well as those that do not match your interests
- Aversion to killing for anything except food, including for money
Additionally, it helps people become more energetic and productive, by getting up early and having increased motivation to work.
Interestingly, the "ghost appendage" tapeworm is not some intestinal flora or bacteria that replaces the tapeworm, it's the intestinal flora that makes the environment for the tapeworm. If you think of an earthworm and project anger towards it, the "ghost appendage" would express repressed sadness, instead of repressed anger as in the case when you project anger as you image a tapeworm in your mind. This means that the tapeworm is an integral part of the human body.
The tapeworm appears to care more about the overall interest, rather than someone's personal interest.
For a species that reincarnates
like humans in male and female forms in 100 year cycles, it appears that the tapeworm's memory also helps tie people to the physical and their environment.
Interestingly, while the stomach can respond to you using Emotional Repressions
as if the tapeworm is still there like a ghost appendage, especially when you build the right environment for it, there is a feeling of repressed anger when the tapeworm is not actually there.
The human tapeworm has coexisted and evolved with humans for thousands of years, so it's understandable that it very much hopes humans to grow in numbers, and live a very comfortable life full of love and joy. However, in the last 100 years, humans have sought to eradicate its existence from the...