In 1555, a French physician and astrologer named Michel de Nostredame, better known as Nostradamus made a chilling prediction. He wrote of a time when "So high will the bushel of wheat rise that man will be eating his fellow man".

For centuries, this prophecy seemed too horrific to even consider. But now, recent events in New York have some people wondering if Nostradamus was onto something.

Do you want to know what is happening around the world? Do you wanna know if Nostradamus's prophecy about cannibalism is already coming true?

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In 2022, New York State made headlines by legalizing a new method of disposing of human remains: human composting!

The legalization of human composting in New York has sparked a fierce debate about the ethics of using human remains as a source of fertilizer for crops. While the current law restricts the use of human compost for non-agricultural purposes, there is talk of changing the law to allow human compost to be used for growing crops. This has led to the unsettling question of whether eating crops grown from human compost could be considered a form of cannibalism.

According to Wired magazine, which has published articles defending certain types of cannibalism, there are different ways to define cannibalism. They say that the most basic definition is the consumption of human flesh, but there are also other forms of cannibalism that involve the consumption of body parts, such as blood or organs.

In the case of human composting, they twist the definition and hint at the fact that since no fresh flesh or any organs or blood is used directly, this cannot be cannibalism. This is just using a potential product to be more eco-friendly and end one of the most significant issues in this world: starvation.

Before we move on and explain the need for human composting…

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Why is there even a need?

The debate over the ethics of human composting is just one aspect of a larger discussion about the future of food. With the world's population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, there are concerns about how to feed everyone.

Food shortages are already a reality in many parts of the world, and some experts believe that the situation could get much worse in the coming years.

If food shortages become extreme, it is possible that some people may resort to cannibalism in order to survive. This may sound like something out of a horror movie, but history has shown that in times of desperation, people have turned to cannibalism as a last resort.

For example, during the siege of Leningrad in World War II, some residents were forced to eat the bodies of the dead in order to survive.

While it may seem far-fetched to imagine such a scenario playing out in modern times, the reality is that we are facing a number of challenges that could lead to food shortages in the future.

Climate change, for example, is already having a profound impact on agriculture, with extreme weather events such as droughts and floods becoming more common. In addition, the global food system is heavily reliant on a few key crops, such as wheat and rice, which could be vulnerable to disease outbreaks or other disruptions.

Is Anyone Else Legalizing It?

Human composting is gaining traction around the world as a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional burial and cremation. In addition to New York, several other countries and states have legalized human composting.

Sweden, for example, allowed human composting several years ago. The country has long been a leader in environmental and sustainability initiatives, and human composting is seen as a natural extension of these efforts. Under Swedish law, the remains of a deceased person can be composted into the soil, which can then be used for planting trees or flowers in a public space.

In the United States, human composting has been legalized in several states, including Washington, Colorado, and Oregon.

A human composting center in Seattle, known as the Recompose center, opened its doors in 2021. The center offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional burial or cremation, allowing families to "return their loved ones to the earth in a meaningful way."

The process of human composting typically involves placing the body in a specially designed vessel filled with organic materials like wood chips, straw, and alfalfa.

Over the course of several weeks, the body is broken down through a process of natural decomposition, aided by microbes and other organisms in the soil. The resulting soil can then be used for gardening or farming, providing a sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers.

So what can we do to prevent a future in which cannibalism becomes a reality?

One possible solution is to focus on sustainable agriculture practices that can help to increase food production without harming the environment. This could include things like regenerative agriculture, which uses natural processes to restore soil health and increase crop yields, or vertical farming, which allows crops to be grown in controlled environments using minimal resources.

Ultimately, the future of food is in our hands. If we take action now to address the challenges we face, we may be able to prevent a future in which cannibalism becomes a necessity.

But if we continue down our current path of unsustainable practices and overconsumption, we may find ourselves facing a grim reality in which Nostradamus' prophecy has come true.

Do you think Nostradamus' prophecy about cannibalism is coming true? Are you in favor of human composting? Share your opinion with me in the comments below.

If you want to learn more about Nostradamus and his prophecies, check out my other posts on the topic! You will be amazed and shocked by how much this 16th-century-seer knew about our future.

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