The History of Snoring




 Snoring is a defence mechanism. It seeks to drive someone or something away. Why should it so often drive away the one a man has at his side? To answer this question we need to go a very long time back in history, at least 5,250 years and, perhaps much, much further!

That something has been in a particular state or form for many thousands of years does not mean that it must for all eternity remain so. Indeed, this is a time in which biologists are seeing great changes in the behaviour of many life forms. Humanity is no exception.

If you are reading this now, you have survived the last period of the patriarchy. The dinosaur is not yet quite dead and can still give a lethal swipe with its tail but the age of materialism is over.

In order that we could experience the patriarchy, a change to the natural order was required.

A true meeting of souls whereby the man and the woman grow completely open one to the other will, naturally, bring up his deep sense of grief for all that man has done to woman over the millennia. His deep seated insecurity because she, as the guiding and nurturing force has been missing throughout this age comes to the fore. When his conscious mind which constantly seeks to manufacture justifications for what he has done goes away then he lays there bare and open to her hand.

As a last resort to save himself from the “damnation” of being denied her love and nurture his unconscious body generates a horrible noise to drive her away.

A Sexual Digression


Digressing here slightly, sexual problems such as impotence and premature ejaculation also stem from this. It is her loathing from centuries of being used and abused which can engender the former and his fear of being rejected which causes the latter.