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Five Variations of the Species “Humans”

December 17, 2017

by Sam Sewell

As human beings advance on the evolutionary scale, they learn how to transcend their lower, biologically driven influences. It would come as a surprise to most people to discover that there are actually five identifiable humanoid species still cohabitating on our planet.
1.) The most primitive humanoid species coexisting on Earth today is Homo neanderthalensis. This scientifically identified species is the result of cross-breeding between Homo sapiens and the now extinct Neanderthals.
Homo neanderthalensis physically resemble Neanderthals, with slightly more modern facial features. The hybrid Homo neanderthalensis are prone to be directed by their lower nature; instincts influence their conduct much more than intellect. Their behavioral patterns are more obviously determined by mating instincts and impulsive reactions to conflict.

When I gave this information to a male friend of mine, he responded “I’ve dated a few of those!” whereupon his sister replied “Sounds like my ex-husband!
Highly sexed people of both genders share this dominant, lower urge, which is apparent in this more primitive, humanoid sub-species.

2.) The next evolutionary advancement is Homo sapien. Their behavior is about evenly divided between intellect and instinct. They are heavily influenced by mating and conflict instincts, but they can be trained to intelligently manage their mating behaviors and their violence. The training is done by adult parents, cultural institutions, and the necessary structure implicit in law enforcement.

Homo sapien children exhibit most of the primitive behavior attributed to lower species: they bite, they hit, they throw tantrums, they have extreme emotional outbursts, and they need to be trained for as much as twenty years or more before they exhibit the kind of behavior usually associated with adult Homo sapiens.

Adolescent Homo sapiens frequently exhibit unbridled sexual behavior. The instinctually driven behavior of this species results in racial prejudice, sexism, many forms of mental illness, rape, sexual misconduct, crime, violence and even the initiation of wars.

3.) The next advancement has not yet been named by traditional science, however some anthropologists, paleontologists and biologists have observed and written about the more advanced traits of this group, which I will take the liberty of calling Homo noeticus (no•et•ic: From the Greek noēsis / noētikos, meaning inner wisdom, direct knowing, or subjective understanding.)
They are more influenced by the evolution of consciousness, than by biological evolution.
They naturally tend to react to their world via their volitional intellect, rather than being dominated by their physical desires, but they have not yet fully transcended their instinctually driven influences.
Under stress, they are still likely to revert to their lower-nature instincts. Homo noeticus would describe the species that appeared on our planet about 40,000 years ago.
The primary virtue of the Homo noeticus is that they have advanced to the point of exhibiting respect and affection toward all other humanoid entities. However, they will conduct defensive strategies to protect themselves from the humanoids of a lower nature.

Sexual aggression would be exhibited only rarely in the mannerisms of Homo-noetics. Their advanced, collective human consciousness is what French paleontologist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (who also discovered the famous Peking Man) called the “noosphere.” The noosphere is a postulated stage, or sphere of evolutionary development which is dominated by consciousness, the mind, and successful interpersonal relationships.

4.) The next human advancement, which I have also taken the liberty of naming, we call Homo spiritualis. These humanoids are more connected to cosmic consciousness and their intellects, than they are to their base instincts.

5.) The highest advancement that has been identified I call Homo transcendent. These humanoids are no longer burdened by biologically-driven reactions to their environment. Their higher nature has mostly elevated their responses beyond their instinctual biology.
Hindus call this state of advancement Sanatana dharma.
Buddhists call them Bodhisattvas; those who are able to reach nirvana, but delay doing so out of compassion in order to save suffering beings.


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