From Polygyny to Monotony

The ideas for my blog, used to come from planning; a list of topics I wanted to educate myself on. I would then read books on the subject(s), and/or seek other sources of enlightenment. Occasionally, they would come from inspiration. Lately however, they’ve been the results of pure synchronicity.

A couple of weeks ago, a friend, Black Healthologist, forwarded a bulletin about polygyny. Two days later, I came across a related article in Psychology Today. Shortly thereafter, the FLDS situation in Eldorado began to develop. I pondered the uncanny timing, recalling that Waco happened around this time of the year. {*1}

waco firebaal

Was another group of people about to be tried in the media with false stories and then burned alive to commemorate the festival honoring the Celtic fire-god Baal? {*2} More importantly, were we going to consent to allow [i.e., consent to] this ritual taking place in front of our eyes yet again?

A topic is born. First, I know that most people will have an immediate averse reaction to the idea of polygyny. If you’ve been following my blog, that backlash alone should be a good indicator to pause and reflect on the source of this averse reaction. Perhaps, media programming? As one person I mentioned the topic to vociferously replied, “That’s unnatural! Monogamy has always been the norm.” Says who? What exactly is your reference point to “always”?

Almost every aspect of our lifestyle is unnatural, particularly in “modernized” (alternately, westernized or industrialized) societies. Every part of life that we consider “normal” has been designed to: prevent us from living in communities, shut us off from our neighbors, relegate most conversations to the realm of the mundane, {*3} prevent us from ever realizing our true potential, and more importantly, keep us tuned in to the television for our instructions on reality:

Many will recall reading Fahrenheit 451 at some point in their youth. No, we don’t live in a society where firemen go around burning books (yet), but how many people still read books to educate themselves? [I am not talking about the dumbed-down education/indoctrination system.] And, out of those, how many read books that may actually be remotely enlightening [e.g., not magazines, romance novels, diet-books, newspapers, celebrity insights, and other such garbage].

One could argue that sending men out to burn books would be superfluous. However, one of the less publicized (in the public consciousness) aspects of the book, was that in this ominous futuristic world, there were no more front porches:

“‘There used to be front porches. And people sat there sometimes late at night, talking when they wanted to talk, rocking, and not talking when they didn’t want to talk. Sometimes they just sat there and thought about things, turned things over. My uncle says the architects got rid of the front porches because they didn’t look well. But my uncle says that was merely rationalizing it; the real reason, hidden underneath, might be they didn’t want people sitting like that, doing nothing, rocking, talking, that was much the wrong kind of social life.'”

Look around you. Ever stop to wonder why few (if any) homes are being built with front porches anymore? Ever live in an older community where people had front porches? Did you notice the strong bonds of community and spirit of brotherhood present? So, the question is when/why did architects stop designing them? {*4}

front porchmoses aton

It would be of little surprise then, to discover that the history [our reference point to “always”] of monogamy, likely goes back to the same place where monotheism comes from (Egypt). Looking at world developments since that time, one could argue the root of what we call “evil” derives from same.

So going back from the gamist/gynist version of Mono to Poly, and maintaining an open mind, we have to ask ourselves is it unnatural? Well, according to the article from Psychology Today, appropriately entitled Ten Politically Incorrect Truths About Human Nature, our perception of “natural” may be seriously off-kilter:

2. Humans are naturally polygamous: Polygyny (the marriage of one man to many women) is widely practiced in human societies, even though Judeo-Christian traditions hold that monogamy is the only natural form of marriage. We know that humans have been polygynous throughout most of history because men are taller than women.

Among primate and nonprimate species, the degree of polygyny highly correlates with the degree to which males of a species are larger than females. The more polygynous the species, the greater the size disparity between the sexes. Typically, human males are 10 percent taller and 20 percent heavier than females. This suggests that, throughout history, humans have been mildly polygynous.

3. Most women benefit from polygyny, while most men benefit from monogamy When there is resource inequality among men, most women benefit from polygyny: women can share a wealthy man. Under monogamy, they are stuck with marrying a poorer man. In societies where rich men are much richer than poor men, women (and their children) are better off sharing the few wealthy men; one-half, one-quarter, or even one-tenth of a wealthy man is still better than an entire poor man. As George Bernard Shaw puts it, “The maternal instinct leads a woman to prefer a tenth share in a first-rate man to the exclusive possession of a third-rate one.”

Looking at today’s world (again, keep that mind open), then Polygyny could solve some of our problems, especially those faced by the Black Community in America. Here’s an excerpt from the perspective of Sister Shahmeen (aforementioned):

I am for polygyny because I think it would benefit our black community … We have a ratio of women to men that is ridiculous; there are too many women who won’t ever have the opportunity to be a wife and have a complete family (an active mother and father taking care of the children).

Everything in creation and nature bear witness to polygyny starting from the solar system … there is one sun and 9 planets … he is the sustainer, the supplier, and the provider. All planets have life through him and have their own individual attributes (like women). That is the universal order of things. In the animal world, the fittest male gets the females, like with seals, lions, etc … living in harmony is intelligence and it is based off of order (maat) in creation, meaning everything is divinely intelligent … because it all comes from the same source (life-force).

Also, women can develop long-lasting friendships [real sisterhood] … they will share responsibilities: taking care of the home, taking care of the children, building alongside each other … Children will have a household were there is always someone there to look over them … The black community will have significantly less crime, adultery, abortion, incarceration … more stability, creativity, bonding, and success … all [together] striving for a better community.

At one point in my life, and I suspect from an ego-driven perspective, I would daydream and envision some future for myself in some rural South American setting, of myself with the girls I’ve loved most and all of our children living together. I had dismissed that as some pipe dream, but the more I think about it now, the more I wonder if it may not necessarily have been all that absurd.

polgyamy family

When you really start to openly consider the issue, the benefits far outweigh the negative ego-driven, programmed fear and anxiety issues that would arise (with the exception of, as the first article implied, the less prosperous males). Mainly, there would always be a mother around to nurture, influence, and entertain the children. The television as a nanny would no longer be required [and, could be done away with altogether]. Homeschooling would become more feasible, thus keeping children away from the indoctrination centers [i.e., the Foundation controlled federal school system]. A mother could still get free time for herself to pursue career and hobbies. The damage done to the family unit by the outgrowth of radical feminism could be reversed, while women’s rights were preserved. {*5}

Is this why the powers-that-be view polygamists as such a threat? Is that why it is illegal in all of the United States, and most westernized countries? A marriage is simply a contract between two parties. There are no laws barring multiple parties from entering contracts to engage in legal activity, except for this one case.

saturn's eye

Sync Aside: Some synchromystics [notably Truther Thoughts] have been suggesting a Waco-style pyre may be in the works for the polygamist families in Eldorado. As I indicated before, “El” to Saturn and as Through the Looking Glass speculated, 2008 may be the year of Eli’s. The El Dorado legend speaks of a South American tribal chief who covered himself with gold dust.

The synchromystic can-of-worms is now open: the Saturnian Cult’s El is having a banner year [Eli Manning’s Super Bowl], monatomic gold, Stardust and the Golden Compass (as I touched on before), the festival of Baal, and even Mickey Mouse.

el dorado

As for Eldorado, it looks like, for now, the worst may have been averted (burning people alive to Baal today). But, you have to look at how the mainstream media is spinning the story. Note the use of loaded words like “renegade sect” [vs. “offshoot” or “branch”] and “compound” ]vs. “home” or “ranch”]. Highlights:

  • “A local law enforcement officer was quoted as saying that authorities were not able to ‘get at’ these families earlier because they were home schooling.” [Didn’t take them long to tie it to home-schooling, did it?]
  • “Some fear the harsh measures in Texas will drive polygamists further into the shadows and increase their fanaticism.” [“Shadows” and “Fanaticism?”]
  • “In my opinion, this is the largest endeavor we’ve ever been involved in in the state of Texas,” said Children’s Protective Services spokesman Marleigh Meisner, who said she was also involved in the 1993 siege of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco. [Synch alert! An MM tied to El and Waco.]
  • “They have no concept of mainstream society, and their mothers were born into and have no concept of mainstream culture.” [They don’t post nude photos of themselves on MySpace; aren’t exposed to Disney mind control.]
  • “Child welfare investigator Angie Voss testified that at least five girls who are younger than 18 are pregnant or have children.” [Going to assume that Ms. Voss has never been anywhere near average American high-school?]
  • Eldorado resident Amelia Rodriguez, 60, [in reference to FLDS moving to her town] said, ‘I get kind of scared because there’s no telling what’s going to happen. I don’t like it. I don’t feel it’s a good place for them to be.'” [The uninformed opinion of this xenophobic townie is “newsworthy?”]

According to one of the mainstream news sources, the mothers were appealing to Governor Rick Perry for help. Um, isn’t this the same Rick Perry who loves children so much, that he tried to make the dangerous untested Gardasil vaccine mandatory in all of Texas? I would seriously doubt that Ricky cares about children, but sadly, if there’s money involved, he might be inclined to pretend that he gives a shit.

eldorado families

How many kids were taken away? 416! [As of last count] Thus, CPS, an agency suspected to be heavily infiltrated by pedophiles, and paid bonuses when they take children away [ed: the site where a family detailed these activities is now gone], is forcibly separating children from their mothers and putting them in foster care.

Hopefully, they won’t get sent to Florida, where hundreds (some allege thousands) of foster care children are “unaccounted” for [ed: the official state web site tally of such has since disappeared], and those in high positions have been caught engaging in nefarious activities. [How odd! The article contains a quote from Florida DCF spokeswoman Marilyn Munoz.] What a nightmare! Why isn’t Oprah screaming her head off about this? Oh, never mind.

Personally, I don’t know if the allegations in Eldorado are true or false, but they do seem fishy. My intuition tells me that if all of the people were completely innocent, they would have probably burned them in effigy to the fire-god Baal. Instead, it seems like the media will play this out to further demonize the concept of polygyny and further implant the idea that only horrible people practice it. {*6} Furthermore, don’t make the assumption these children will be in the clear if they get fostered out, because as I implied above, they could then end up in destinations unknown.

boy prostitution ring

Don’t let yourself be deceived for even a moment that this case is about child welfare. Were the mainstream media even remotely concerned with children, then just ask yourself how come hardly anyone in America is familiar with the story involving Boys Town and a host of major political personalities in America:

This article was not written as a proposal that polygamy is better for everyone than monogamy. It was an exercise in whether it is another valid option for our society, and an effort to not fall for the mainstream media’s brainwashing methodology. One need only consider etymology and word origins to see the pattern. We’ve gone from Polytheism to Monotheism. From Polygamy to Monogamy. From Polyphony to Monotony.

I can’t help but wonder if this too is part and parcel of the grand scheme to turn a World of Individuals into a Hive of Automatons.

 
Disclaimer: This article was written at an earlier stage of my development, thus it may contain some minor points which do not necessarily reflect my present belief set.
 

*1: I would hope there aren’t too many people around who buy the accidental theory of what happened to those poor Branch Davidians in Waco. Those unfamiliar with the real story, should probably start by watching Waco: Rules of Engagement). [LB]

*2: Other significant effigies/sacrifices to Baal on April 19th [the first day of 13 day festival honoring this ancient deity]: [LB]

  • 1995: 168 killed by explosions detonated inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City (an FBI job).
  • 1993: 77 Branch Davidians burned alive by the BATF.
  • 1989: 47 sailors incinerated when a gun turret explodes aboard USS Iowa.
  • 1909: Joan of Arc (the consummate fire sacrifice) receives beatification from the Catholic Church.
  • 1587: Sir Francis Drake sends fire ships into Cádiz harbor, burning up Spanish fleet. Drake was a Pirate [etymologically, a “Man of Fire”].

*3: How many times have you heard others repeat the axiom “Never discuss politics or religion at the dinner table?” [Or, “the bar.”] Would you be surprised to learn the origins of the phrase trace back to Freemasonry? The phrase, specifically, is “never discuss religion or politics inside the lodge.” But, it is intended for the uninitiated or those of the lower degrees. A couple of Freemasons have told me, “we never discuss anything but religion and politics.”

Think about that next time you hear some idiot parrot the phrase. Our hidden masters don’t want us discussing religion and politics, because serious conversation could lead to people discovering what a farce both of them are. [LB]

*4: In a possibly related or unrelated topic, one of my architect friends tells me that after Frank Llloyd Wright came along, the use of “golden sections” [traditions dating back thousands of years and tied to natural order and sacred geometry] went away and how CAD programs don’t even offer them. [LB]

*5: My feminist friends have already given me grief on this, and I suspect it’s cause no one ever wants to admit they’ve been had. Sorry, the entire women’s liberation movement of the 60’s/70’s was a controlled sham. Gloria Steinem was funded and took orders from the CIA and the purpose was to get women out of the homes, so that children’s minds would be influenced more by the schools, the media [and, I’d surmise, MTV brainwashed day-care workers]. The most telling result? Before “the movement,” the average working man generated enough income to provide for a family of six. Now, it takes an average of two working parents, to provide for a family of four. [LB]

*6: Or, just fabricate the evidence, which may be the norm in Texas law enforcement. Some articles said police were insisting on DNA samples in Eldorado. [LB]

~ by celticrebel on April 19, 2008.

4 Responses to “From Polygyny to Monotony”

  1. check out “The Book Of The Mother” for more inisight into this topic:
    http://www.radioactiveradio.org/node/364
    http://www.radioactiveradio.org/system/files/BookOfMother.pdf

    when we start questioning the number and quality of sex partners we choose, we start evaluating everyone’s ability to parent. Or at least we should, i guess.

  2. Oprah backwards Is Harpo, In the mirror.

    In 1955, Harpo made a memorable appearance on Lucille Ball’s popular sitcom I Love Lucy, in which they re-enacted the “famous mirror scene” from the Marx Brothers movie Duck Soup. In the “mirror scene,” Harpo, dressed as Groucho, pretends to be Groucho’s reflection in a missing mirror, matching and mocking his every move. Eventually, Chico, also disguised as Groucho, collides with both of them. This scene has been duplicated in many different films and genres. Harpo himself did a reprise of this scene, dressed in his usual costume, with Lucille Ball also donning the fright wig and trench coat, in an episode of I Love Lucy.

    Oprah is a Black lady that talks alot, Harpo is a white man that does not talk at all.

  3. What about polyandry? It makes more sense to me because how can a single man be expected to provide for many women and children whereas a much wealthier family could be made by multiple men working to provide for a woman and her fewer children. There’s At least one example of this style of society/family in Nepal somewhere.

  4. Reblogged this on waronfalseflagops.

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