The “So-Called” Teenagers

The “So-Called” Teenagers

Robbie Theer’nigor

What is a teenager? A teenager is a person to be on his or her teens. A teenager is also considered to be a person of 13 to 19 years. What is the origin of the word teenager?

Teen is a Latin word that is found on our English numbers to be 13 through 19. However, teenager is classified as adolescence. Adolescence is the transitional period between puberty and adulthood in human development, extending mainly over the teen years and legally terminating when the age of majority is reached. Look at this definition again, “transitional period between puberty and adulthood in human development, extending mainly over the teen years and legally terminating when the age of majority is reached.”

In history, there are (and has been since the creation of man) two stages of human development: childhood and adulthood. The transition of childhood to adulthood is called puberty. Puberty is the period or age at which a person is capable of sexual reproduction of offspring. A person who has been recently experienced puberty is called a newborn adult. The legal and true age of those experiencing puberty is between 15 to 16 years of age.

“When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things” 1 Corinthians 13:11

As a child, you are not allowed to do labor. You are also dependent on your biological parents until you reach puberty. Once you reach to adulthood, you are not dependent on your parents. In other words, newborn adults are not children anymore, they are formally adults. As adults, they begin to work, have sexual desires, and raise a family.

However in the 19th century, a third group has been implemented: adolescence. Looking at the word “adolescence”, adolescence is nothing more than treating adults as children. In other words, adolescence was created to prolong the childhood of an adult, nothing more. This translates as newborn adults not having the right to work, not allowing newborn adults to have PVI (Penile-Vaginal Intercourse), and not even allowing newborn adults to raise a family. What a shameful world we live in. These newborn adults do have sexual urges, yet they are treated as children. They are treated as “big” children without a purpose, a reason, or direction in their lives (nehf).

From the 1850s to right now, the age of puberty has been decreasing. Nowadays the presumed age of puberty is 12 to 13 for both men and women; as a result, these children are becoming adults too early. Even some children are experiencing puberty at a very early age than the presumed age of puberty. Those who experienced puberty earlier than 15 years of age are experiencing precocious puberty. Precocious puberty is also known as early and immature puberty. Triggers of precocious puberty are eating the wrong foods (GMOs, garbage foods, meat-eating, or any foods that violates the Laws of the Human Body), smoking, alcohol consumption, and drug use. The consequences of precocious puberty is associated with antisocial behavior, greater risk taking, and greater propensity for violence. All of these consequences are a danger and a threat to the general public health. This all results into “precocious-puberty” newborn adults developing sexuality much faster than intellects, judgments, and brains. This is classified as hyper-sexuality, resulting in a risk of unprotected sex, and sexual immaturity.

All of these risks are interconnected to lust.  If you phonetically break down lust, you have L-UH-S-T. Lust and love have the same UH sound, including the F-word, C-four-lettered-word, and the C-10-lettered-word (one of the queen mother of dirty words). The replacement word for love is aeya.

The only way to cure precocious puberty is the Sixth Tibetan Rite, including all five Tibetan Rites. The purpose of the Sixth Rite is to transmute sexual energy upwards to be used for spiritual purposes. In other words, the procreative energy is turned upwards. You can only do the Sixth Rite if you have sexual urges; you cannot change the laws of the body. About three repetitions of the Sixth Rite shall subdue the sexual urges. Doing the Six Rites shall allow you to be a superman/superwoman and be chaste.

There are solutions to protect the rights of newborn adults. All living things have rights; the dead does not have any rights.This is a repeat of facts so that all of us can ingest this knowledge. Here are the solutions as listed below:

  • Do not call/label newborn adults “teenagers/adolescences.” You are going to be a racist if you do.
  • Always accept that children who are entering puberty are transitioning to adulthood. By the time after puberty, they are not children anymore. They are formally and officially recognized as adults.
  • You shall not prolong the childhood of an adult. Prolonging the childhood of an adult is an air’ur (sin), designed to lower your frequency. Dire consequences shall await you should you prolong the childhood of an adult. Do not do that.
  • The age of an adult is 16 years.
  • The age of puberty is 15 to 16 years. After puberty, they are capable of sexual reproduction. Anything earlier than 15 years classified as precocious puberty.
  • As soon as children reach puberty, teach them the Five Tibetan Rites, including the Sixth Rite. This shall teach them chastity and self-control. There are no age limits.
  • Beware that newborn adults have sexual desires after they reached puberty. You cannot virtually eliminate sexual desires; you can teach them the Art of Jing Recycling, or eating sexual energies after achieving orgasm and sexual discharge.
  • By the time children are adults, they shall have the right to work, live on their own, be independent from their parents, and have PVI if and only if they are planning to raise children.


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