Human Meat as Food Source

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Human Meat as Food Source

The practice of cannibalism is not uncommon in living beings. In both the animal kingdom and our human history, the consumption of one’s own species has existed.

During the discovery of the New World, Christopher Columbus brought back what could be seen as early evidence of cannibalistic practices in modern civilization.

The word ‘cannibal’ comes from the name the Spanish gave to the Caribs (Cannibales). The Spanish accused the Caribbean tribe of ritualistically consuming their enemies, but modern-day scholars have doubts that it actually happened. They speculate the Caribs were engaged in an anti-colonial battle with a host of European powers. Many historians now argue that the cannibalism rumors were just a propaganda tactic by the Spanish meant to provoke fear.

The word ‘cannibal’ was used as a derogatory term to describe tribal and native people, and became an indirect ethnic slur.

Human Meat Donation Mission and Vision

In order to save the planet from the impact of our modern civilization and lifestyle, we have to make a change in our ideas about consumption and our dietary choices.

We face climate change due to waste, pollution, deforestation and overpopulation problems.

By donating your body for human consumption, you are taking direct action to help others and lessen the damage of the industrial age.

By consuming human meat, we create a change in both our life and the world. By improving the standard quality of life in every country and nation, we can give everyone in the world a good life.

Your whole body can feed up to 40 people*