In ancient times when there were no such things as writing, money, commerce, religions or even society; all people ate a diet high in meat.
Man has been a devout meat-eater for millions of years now.
Before society, there was man and his meat.
After society, there was man and his wheat.
While ancient humans as hunter-gatherers did eat nuts, fruits and some occasional wild plants, the staple of their diet always consisted of meat.
This was the most natural and most complete source of food throughout the ages.
This was the way of things.
Animals eat grass, humans eat animals and other animals ate humans.
For a long time in prehistory, this used to be how things were.
The natural world is a hostile world where everything feeds on another thing.
This is the natural order of things.
However it wasn’t until approximately 11.000 years ago (9000 BC) when humans started cultivating a strange wild plant called the “wheat plant”.
These were the beginnings of Agriculture.
Why and how humans exactly got to this point, we’ll probably never truly know.
But they did.
They started to domesticate wild plants in the assumption that they would lead to more food.
And they did.
The agricultural revolution started and society sprang forth into existence.
Mankind all of a sudden had possession over a surplus of food.
While for millions of years, the entire tribe had to be dedicated to hunting and gathering food; now there was room for some people to dedicate their lives towards other tasks.
The wheat bargain seemed to be the best thing ever to those early settlers.
It lead to the establishment of society.
Wheat domesticated us
And not vice versa.
Despite the common assumption that society and agriculture made people’s lives better, that is not how things really were.
Things eventually became worse, however it was too late to crawl back to hunter-gatherer times.
Society was already established and the rigid political systems were set in place.
Cultivating wheat did not make our lives better.
The human body did not evolve for the tasks that were required to cultivate wheat.
“Studies of ancient skeletons indicate that the transition to agriculture brought about a plethora of ailments, such as slipped discs, arthritis and hernias. Moreover, the new agricultural tasks demanded so much time that people were forced to settle permanently next to their wheat fields.”
– Sapiens, A brief history of humankind: CH.5, P.91
It might seem that a hunter-gatherer lifestyle was more dangerous and harmful but that is simply far from true.
When hunter-gatherers clashed with other tribes they had the ability to just move on to other lands for food.
But when a strong enemy threatened an agricultural village things turned out very different.
Farmers were forced to defend their lands and their wheat or they would starve.
Therefore they were forced to stay and fight to the bloody end.
This agricultural revolution led to the conquest of the Indus Valley Civilization and Northern India, by meat eating nomads like the Aryans, who initially were hunters and cattle herders unlike the farming communities they invaded.
Later on throughout the centuries, India was invaded many times again by meat eating foreigners.
For a long time the Indian subcontinent has been a largely vegetarian and agricultural nation.
After the Aryans settled in India they themselves became farmers and they in turn, down the historical line; became invaded by the Arabs, Turkic nomads and British colonists all of whom were devout meat eaters.
The effects of the agricultural revolution also led to centuries of Mongolian invasions in Eurasia, and again it is the exact same conflict as with the Aryans who invaded India.
Most Europeans where farming wheat eaters, most Asians were farming rice eaters but the Mongols who conquered the greatest empire this world has ever seen were devout meat-eaters.
They were conquering nomads and bound to no land or place.
Even still today the Mongolian kitchen is purely based on animal food.
The exact same thing happened a few centuries earlier when the meat eating Huns invaded the Roman Empire.
And so the cultivation of wheat eventually lead to the beginnings of mass-warfare.
Raiding other tribes of their lands, wheat and cattle became a common practice and required the murder of men, the rape of women and the enslavement of children.
And all we had to do to face all these injustices was the cultivation of wheat.
What a bargain it was….
Wheat gave us a better lifestyle
Not really though.
Not at all to be honest.
Humans are predominantly carnivores and therefore nothing makes humans thrive in the way wild game meat and fatty fish does.
Grains, vegetables and fruits are simply nowhere as nourishing as meat is.
These foods (wheat especially) are just to fill up the stomach.
And ancient men knew this, don’t assume that they had no clue behind the differences in nutritional value.
Early men however, manipulated themselves into cultivating wheat just to blunt out the continuous hunger. They had no idea of the eventual long-term consequences that their deal with the wheat devil would bring forth into the world.
This continuous hunger caused farming communities to rely on a staple crop for most of their calorie intake. These were crops like rice, wheat or potatoes.
This also led to a surplus in the population because with the move to a permanent settlement, women were able to have children every year.
This eventually resulted in more mouths to feed and therefore more wheat fields to be planted. In time of course this wheat bargain kept becoming more and more burdensome.
In addition to that, society ran on the produce of wheat, so kings and rulers have been extorting farmers for a tribute of their produce since agriculture began.
All European kingdoms until the beginnings of the Industrial revolution 200 years ago, ran largely on Agriculture and the cultivation of wheat.
The dependence on a single food source lead to the exposition of threats like droughts which resulted in bad harvests, child mortality and even harder work.
While hunters could just hunt animals during dry seasons or search for more fertile lands, farmers were forced to stay and cope with their dry lands, angry kings, raiders, foreign invaders and swarms of crop eating locusts.
This lasted for more than 10.000 years.
Wheat is for the weak
Wheat degenerates human beings.
Remember what I said about invading meat-eating marauders who subdued populations in the previous eras of history?
This is because wheat turns you into cattle.
It makes you docile, fearful, anxious and passive.
You are not a hunter anymore when the staple of your diet is wheat, rice, vegetables, corn or potatoes.
You become like a grazing animal all pacified, demoralized and scared unlike the predator animals that are focused, fearless and love to eat grazing animals.
All products of agriculture pacify you whether it is rice, potatoes, corn, barley or wheat.
It is unnatural food and they can’t be found throughout nature.
Before agriculture wheat was only a seasonal and wild plant, only available in small amounts.
The amount of wheat you would find in this time at one place was probably not even enough to bake a single bread.
Yet today our grocery stores are piled and stocked up with breads and products produced from grains these days.
Although we still have hunter-gatherer bodies and minds, we eat in a way that is completely unnatural and harmful to us.
For million of years all that man could eat during the winter was meat.
There were no plants, fruits or breads available.
There was meat and there was fish.
Therefore mankind thrives on eating meat, fish, dairy, eggs and all other animal products.
When our diet consists of primarily wheat then we become sluggish, weak, chronically sick and old real fast.
We get cancer, diabetes, heart disease and all sorts of strange ailments that were completely absent in hunter-gatherer societies.
When we think about farmers we immediately conjure up the image in our mind of a semi-fat, mid-fifties man with a balding head.
When we think about hunters we immediately conjure up the image in our mind of a strong, muscular, mid-thirties Tarzan-like man with a full beard and long hair.
This is because these images are ingrained in our psyche like facts and we all subconsciously know it.
A farm diet filled with wheat, corn and other crap will make you weak, old and sluggish. It will destroy your mental and physical faculties because you are not meant to eat it by nature.
Meanwhile a hunter’s diet full of meat, fish, dairy, eggs and saturated animal fat fills you with vigor, strength and vitality.
This is the natural human diet.
In present day society there is a surplus of food whether it is meat, crops, fruits and nuts.
However most people approach food in a state of total unconsciousness.
We eat every single day and throughout the day but barely anyone considers the fact that food actually impacts our lives in ways besides just filling the stomach.
Food literally affects all processes in your body and if you eat the wrong food in large quantities then you will always feel sluggish, weak and depressed.
A majority of the population doesn’t know what it feels like to be strong, fit, healthy, creative and fearless since they’ve been chronically malnourished since kindergarten.
They aren’t able to comprehend the fact that human beings are almost like physical gods walking the Earth.
They can’t comprehend the extraordinary possibilities that are in reach for them throughout their daily lives.
Because food affects the body and the mind.
Open your eyes (close your mouth) and see the truth for what it is.
I am not anti-wheat, sure I like to eat a little cheeseburger or a pepperoni pizza from time to time.
But I am strongly against eating grains every single day, it is just so detrimental to our health.
Stop eating wheat for a day and see the weakness fading away.
Since eating wheat makes you weak, you should start eating more meat.