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The nest of Matriarchy is in the Humanities. This, where the Matriarchs perch, is where they have removed any resemblance of substance in selection or proper context. They create little wormholes of Theory and lock themselves in. There is no ‘right or wrong’ to them, but there is ‘hateful’ and ‘progressive.’ To them, the Vagina Monologues is ‘progressive.’ It doesn’t matter if it is an awful play. Women flock to these humanity departments because, unlike math and engineering, there are no wrong answers.
Or is there? Math and science we, today, consider absolute due to their reactions in the visible world. We know that precise knowledge of physics caused airplanes to fly, that knowledge of chemicals created combustion that makes our automobiles run, and that electromagnets allowed modern computers. The modern world cannot be disputed. This is why feminism (not so much Feminism but the disorder behind it) cannot penetrate engineering or physics schools. Anything that relies on the well of wisdom that is the humanities, such as Law, Journalism, History and Media, is easily infested. The humanities were once considered absolute both in following the harmony of the spheres to mirroring nature. Today, this is all gone creating the vacuum that the disorder (the process that created feminism) now inhabits like a tapeworm slithering in its host.
Have you noticed how many feminized women believe in some ‘great goddess?’ They have a fascination with the Egyptian pyramids believing there is some mystical pointy power. And so many women think they are writers. Do they have absolutely anything to say? No. Why be a communicator (such as a writer, speaker, etc.) if you have nothing to say? They have their fantasies based on their feelings. This is enough.
Then they have the gall to say they are ‘creative’ and that math stuff is ‘uncreative!’ As if math could be anything BUT creating?
But if women are so creative, where are all the great female artists? Yes, there are a few great female writers…pretty much all never married and just wrote about their problems. No female artist could do the Renaissance style of art. Why? They can’t because it is computational. The ‘female artists’ listed are mostly impressionist.
But what I want to know are the great female composers. Where are they, my feminists? The ones feminists have put out are often fourth-rates who are ‘elevated’ because they happen to be female. But where are the major ones? Let us look at the list:
You have Amy Marcy Beach. She experimented with whole tones when everyone else was doing them. Whee. Next!
You have Clara Schumm. But she imitated her husband who was also a composer. And she proves the point of the entire discussion with her quote: “I once believed that I possessed creative talent, but I have given up this idea; a woman must not desire to compose — there has never yet been one able to do it.”
You have Hildegard of Bingen. This is a most interesting case, and I can’t wait for feminists to trot her out. She lived during the 12th century and was made a saint by the church. She believed she had visions from God and thought that music was the clearest way to display paradise. She sought out the Harmony of the Spheres and literally tapped into the Mill (my word for the mathematical/astronomical matrix that Plato and Pythagoras both knew that fills the Well of Wisdom).
What are most delightful are Hildegard’s quotes:
“God united man and woman, thus joining the strong to the weak, that each might sustain the other. But these perverted adulterers change their virile strength into perverse weakness, rejecting the proper male and female roles, and in their wickedness they shamefully follow Satan, who in his pride sought to split and divide Him Who is indivisible. They create in themselves by their wicked deeds a strange and perverse adultery, and so appear polluted and shameful in My sight…”
“…a woman who takes up devilish ways and plays a male role in coupling with another woman is most vile in My sight, and so is she who subjects herself to such a one in this evil deed…”
Yes, feminists, let us discuss these composers, especially this Hildegard. If you peer too deeply into the source of her genius, you will find only what you have been fighting. If anything, I would take these feminists through the abyss with me to the source of the Mill. They can have no answer for it. How could they? From Hildegard’s statements, she could even be considered ‘tougher’ than many guys in the Men’s Movement.
What I’m trying to show here is that the nest of Matriarchy, on the ruins of the Humanities, has no solid foundation. It is just theory, theory, and more theory with no root, no source, no mathematical source, nothing. (Frankly, I would love to move to this Land of Theory these feminists come from. There, I could be right about… everything!)
Have you wondered why any discussion of Ancient Greece revolves around turning it into a Gay Day at Disneyworld? Even though there is no historical basis for it, it has been repeated so often based on a handful of plays and the miscontext of certain statues that most people today believe ancient Greece was full of feminists and homosexuals (they couldn’t even have ‘homosexual’ as a word as we think of it).
Have you wondered why some pagan festival gets inflated into some ancient ‘goddess worship’ which we must, apparently, all learn and ‘deeply’ study?
And don’t get me started with what they’ve done to the Egyptians, the Maya, and Romans.
The Matriarchal Nest has no foundation. Whatever it is, it is cut off from that Well of Wisdom that the old humanities kept drawing on. This is an area they are extremely vulnerable. The slicing into the Achilles’ heel of Feminism will be the arrow of Nature. All we have to do is aim it.
The source of that Well of Wisdom (the Plato, the Pythagoras, etc.), the pre-history before history, is that astral plane which various civilizations looked up and copied as a mathematical matrix to give them religion, math, art, politics, etc. all into one. This is what I refer to as the Mill.
Words such as ‘theorem’ and ‘philosophy’ came from the Mill. The Babylonian principle, “Things are numbers” also came from that Mill. The origin of music, also, came from the Mill (Orpheus and his harrowing death may be a poetic invention. But what is odd is that characters who do not play the lyre but blow pipes get flayed alive for various absurd reasons on several continents with no link. The Pied Piper turns up both in the medieval German myth of Hamelin and in Mexico long before Columbus with a link to the color red. The answer? The Mill). The existence of a common source, this Mill, explains why numbers such as 9 x 13 reappear again and again in the Vedas, in the temples of Angkor, in Babylon, in Heraclitus’ dark utterances, and also in the Norse Valhalla. The wisdom of the ruling class of these times was of this knowledge. The severely restricted Polynesian chants were mostly astronomical for a reason. There is the old saying of the Chinese that the pipes and the calendar and the countless measures. This is the purpose of the numbers, the weights, and the measures, repeated again and again in the Bible.
The Aztecs and Mayans had similar attitudes. This is the ancient view of the universe where all things were signs and signatures of each other. And Number dominated them all.
Today’s female fantasy writers see the old humanities as separate ‘myths’ to be pirated and plopped into their story (apparently because the writers realize they are incapable of actually being creative. Yes, J.K. Rowling is one of the main proponents of this). So here is the rub:
If the feminists are correct, then all art comes from ‘gay eras,’ that no art can or should be contained in math (Lord knows how they would make music), that everything exists in a ‘culture’ (oh, that word) and is separate but equal to everything else. This is the premise of the Humanities that Feminism thrives on.
But if I am correct, then all the supposed ‘cultures’ of the world are rooted in the same identical archaic image of the universe which explains all the similarities between the continents and islands. In other words, multiculturalism doesn’t exist and never had existed. And that the source of genius is not irrationality but a numbers based view of the Harmony of the Spheres (of the Earth itself).