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Rose Sybil discusses the impact of material reductionism on gender roles and relationships, and argues that the elimination of traditional roles through mechanization and overproduction harms pair bonds and creates a society of interchangeable parts.

You can read part one here and part two here.

Death of Synthesis and Co-Creation – Replacement Rates

Co-creation, especially in the presence of material wealth, is an immaterial drive and this is why material incentives to procreate do not typically have a major impact. You cannot incentivize an immaterial drive with material means. The immaterial drives the physical forward as the former manifests the latter, and the latter is simply the tool or playing ground. That is not to say the physical realm is without importance; it is what allows for the gift of formative meaning. It is extremely important to allow for the housing of the consciousness and should be treated with the respect of housing life, like women.

Material reductionism destroys the life and death cycle via massive consumption or too rapid of entropy for photosynthesis to replace. Anything detached from its living network and foundation of Being that upholds it will circle around and destroy the foundations it stands upon. The void of the detachment is so strong that nothing has enough meaning and there is no consideration for the future or what future generations inherit. Consumerist driven hyper production is about instant gratification and an ever-increasing need to fill the void of spiritual connection and bonds of love.

When a woman can activate the potential in a male, it no longer is an antithetical force, but they become one heart and one will.

Platonic love is the love of equals according to interpretations of Plato’s work and it is true that on a quantitative level people of similar capabilities feel some affinity for each other. This, however, is not how male or female hierarchy works within organic identity. Various groups in class-based material societies of similar stations relate to each other based on their parallel place in societal mechanization. This leads to projecting utopian humanist ideals of multiculturalism onto other races instead of a healthy global structure with unique identity in the image of the formative processes of Being and Becoming.

Fulfillment is the love between qualitative equals or finding your soul’s reflection in another. The fulfilling nature of male and female unity is how I see dynamism – it is the reversal of material voids that propels creative force in a grounded direction. When women and men relate to each other in their natural state, it not only propels them forward without detachment but allows for essential spiritual life, healthy female social structures, and male hierarchy. Female structures of identity are like many overlapping bullseyes with varying diameters and strengths. Male hierarchy is far more like a pyramid with varying degrees of steepness depending on the culture. Yet both sexes connect over their similarities and inequalities in the interwoven organic tapestry of life.

Our consciousness has inherent in it an immaterial parity with another. Vedicism articulates this best in the man being the potential and shakti activating it to create a greater dynamism as a whole than the sum of its parts. It is in this we see the secret beauty of the horseshoe of creation – that it is not zero sum aside from this gender parity but not in what it can create once paired. When a woman can activate the potential in a male, it no longer is an antithetical force, but they become one heart and one will.

Material reductionism is making everything zero sum, including the roles of the masculine and feminine in relation to each other. By doing this, we become interchangeable parts and it devalues fulfillment to use in the same manner of essence to form. This is not to say that people should not do things that are useful but that the functions we perform have a secondary nature that without the primary become hollow.

All people have some aspects of the feminine and masculine, but to what degree is greatly differentiated in natural systems. When the foundations of Being are detached, everything spirals out of control into a simulacrum of becoming – this is the material void or hyper-objective society that collapses into transhumanism, i.e., all are interchangeable parts. Sexuality is highly influenceable in spiritually detached systems because it creates a schism between the universal formative processes of Being and Becoming. The intricate social fabric of spiritually hierarchical systems have the inverse of androgyny in the respective manner of people in the same stations of other cultures relating to each other to create multiculturalism – it is a projection of the loss of self.

Feminism as a Marxist Force Seeks the Emplacement of Women as a Grievance Group Against Men

Women need other women and not to be valued as men or they start to compete with each other instead of forming support systems and even feel guilt over wanting to be feminine. This reinforces itself with each generation of the worker sex putting pressure on the next to validate themselves instead of being able to recognize their own loss – it is an egoic self defense mechanism that fakes perfection at the cost (greater than the financial) to future generations. Valuation of everyone as a worker instead of a contributing part to organic living systems causes guilt over not achieving this false value and a consuming void in place of meaningful relationships, community, and spiritual identity.

These self-destructive mechanisms start to project onto each other, and both sexes become more androgynous. Then we women over-empathize with each other because it is part of our evolutionary nature to want to catch and fix social and spiritual issues we perceive in our communities. We no longer can be open with each other to the same degree, hiding the shame of not living up to our deeper values – it puts too much pressure on the woman alone which folds into a feeling of inadequacy. The transmundane is so convoluted with the manipulation of popular opinion that we women pick up on it more and it helps to hide our subconscious shame at not having a real community or coupling with the right man. The only place to look then is to the feminist valuation of women as the material aspects of men: the worker or interchangeable androgynous cog in a machine.

The higher on the food chain, the greater the complexity of social behavior, so it is important to stay connected to the primal but not reduce ourselves to it.

We women identify with each other’s subconscious anger at a lack of male hierarchical structures, increased rates of androgynous males, or males complaining about women not wanting them while hiding our own pain – it leads to thinking men are weak not to provide the framework we need to live within. It lines up perfectly with mass media use of occult feminine symbology and consumerist valuation of superficial success in the top down influencing of popular opinion in the media and pop culture.

Women are supposed to help create inclusive fitness by being open and sharing their social wisdom in interwoven frameworks of female support systems and with their men to spot and correct potential external and internal threats – to find unknown unknowns and make them known. This is a major contribution of higher order apex predators to future generations. We can express a feeling of nostalgia for these things, but devoid of male hierarchy in the avalanche of the devouring mother there is nothing protecting us and it is increasingly hard to even meet our own needs. Thus even those of us that try to fill this role take on too much and start to fall into the consuming trap of feminism.

The Removal of Men from Traditional Roles of Protection and Leadership

Spengler’s appreciation of noble apex predators gave a contrast to the ever-weakening condition of modern man. It was an insight into the loss of connection to a living system rooted in the agricultural revolution that is now shown in the end results of luxury-amassing simulation turning into modern detached simulacrum. The higher on the food chain, the greater the complexity of social behavior, so it is important to stay connected to the primal but not reduce ourselves to it. Thus restraint in an apex is the mark of its higher ordering and degree of evolution. Reducing the dynamism between man and woman marks a devolution in our status as apex predators since housing consciousness allowed for the complex social cohesion that made us apex in the first place.

Men being more quantitatively capable than the woman they pair with helps to protect the woman and the synergism their dynamism creates. Detached from an apex predator position, men are no longer dangerous. When a woman is ill-matched to the man, it creates problems that in modern times maximize resentments of the sexes and cause a compounding cycle of issues for the men in their life, from brothers to fathers to sons and cousins. With the material-reductionist exchange of partners because of unforeseen spiritual incongruence, the men of a people turn on each other or start to hate women. The more alpha or warriorish and capable the men, the more damage this does. It creates the wrong ordering or bonding, the wrong type of in-group competition – instead of self-sacrifice balanced by encouragement and learning that bonds so they can outcompete enemies, they all turn on each other or, even worse, to escapism and the void.

The root of this began with the Agricultural Revolution because it was at this state that we became domesticated, became acted upon instead of actors upon the world. It forever changed human organization in a manner that was inherently dysgenic by percent of the population and would grow and collapse in an evolutionary manner towards industrialization. A long series of false dichotomies and reactions between these two epochs hiding functional aspects of both sexes lead to the end of the same-root detachment in Marxism and consumerism paralleling the Industrial Revolution and subsequent great wars – man was replaced with tool and became tool to the zeitgeist. This is why those that uphold the system itself tend to be harmed the most by it because they are trapped to upholding what they love by trying to protect it.

The Elimination of Roles through Mechanization and Overproduction in an Attempt to Eliminate Male Leadership and Protection of Women

Mechanization in the human sphere or replacing human bonds and interaction creates an anti-culture and impersonal system that even those that try to stay grounded cannot escape the effects of. Top-down mechanized governing and human organizational systems – systems they have to work within, and from the micro to the macro of world pressures this affects those that still have loving bonds and spiritual unity. There are no perfect examples left, but those that still retain some of this life force have the dynamism needed to create the inverse of the material void. The material void inherently pulls back on this by creating an increasingly complex system that makes it hard even for women to stay home and rear children, their men usually working for the very system that harms them.

Top-down systems of control then place the man into giant corporations that are run by HRs that have inherent biases or into lower-paying fields that uphold society and get looked down upon by many. These international oligopolies also facilitate the replacement of White societies in a mechanized manner by using mass economic manipulation over decades of loans, aid aimed at expansion, and trade deals with developing and Third World countries to urbanize them and influx for imports since they espouse the dehumanizing vantage of all people as interchangeable resources. This drives down wages, increases crime, social discohesion, and lack of authentic spiritual connection, while in tandem feeding into the globalist narrative of all as antithesis to Whites and to males – furthering urbanization that harms the inner life, communities and extended families of our people. All of these dynamics increase the pressure on families; women are more isolated than ever, and our frustration at home feeds right back into being the antithesis to the man.

Welfare is added in to be able to replace the need for the man and to ease the shift in demographics and cost of living like room temperature water being brought over a slow flame to boil. It is seen as cruel to take away because of the previous waves of the system itself causing a need for it. Over time, the overall strain on the family unit is greater than can be quantified by one metric. The design is to feed back into itself or for people to fight over ideals at some point in this shifting process, missing the forest for the trees. In the pair bonds we are meant to be in, the qualitative unity allows for the man to lead the woman spiritually while the woman adds to the depth of his spirituality – the man being quantitatively the superior allows for them to work together dynamically at different stages of life. Her dependence on him shelters her from the devouring mother, which is both material and immaterial in nature.

Added to the societal chaos of so many changes is also the targeting of innocence in children. Sexual predation is rampant and very little of it is actually punished in any meaningful way, leading to men no longer being able to protect their women and children. Child predators get more protection than children, feeding back into women being overly worried mothers or detached mothering strategies, the next generation further harming themselves in response to trauma.

Pair bonds are harmed even more when men haphazardly try to protect their children within this system, which is seen all the time in stories of vigilantes seeking justice for children at great risk to themselves. This takes away their ability to protect even their own families and creates a cycle of harm and detachment into single motherhood. When situations arise that create the inverse need, i.e., the masculine protecting the feminine in a feminine system instead of against an external system, it feeds into the zeitgeist. Then there are less possible dynamisms or parities making more women have to join the worker sex with the possibility of folding into the devouring mother.

Courage is the wind that drives to far coasts, the key to all treasures, the hammer that crafts great empires, the armor without which no culture exists. Courage is the effort of one’s own person to the last consequence, the jump start of an idea against matter, without care for what comes of it. Courage means to let oneself be nailed to the cross for one’s cause. Courage means, in the last moment of life, to still show allegiance to the thought for which one stood and fell. To the devil with the times that want to take from us courage and men.

– Ernst Jünger

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Rose Sybil

Rose Sybil, born in California’s Bay Area in the late 1980s, was influenced by the contrasting cultures of Silicon Valley and the Midwest plains. With interests spanning various academic subjects, she believes in a dynamic spiritual growth process, drawing on diverse religious traditions such as Odinism, Taoism, and Vedicism. Passionate about preserving cultural uniqueness, Rose enjoys art, dancing, music, and outdoor activities. As a mother of two, she finds deep meaning in motherhood and is committed to celebrating the union of man and wife, the continuation of life through children, and the rich tapestry of world cultures while standing against the threat of globalism.

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1 year ago

Great writing and it is encouraging to see such a brilliant woman on our side. But I wish relationships were much simpler.

I think about things like this, and it can be energy draining. It makes me wonder why not just pursue other endeavors and keep women for non-serious fun.

I am sure this is a flaw of mine, that I probably need to correct.

1 year ago

I have been following this series with great interest. I think this is the best of the articles yet. I can’t wait to see more of Rose’s work.

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