THE END OF THE ALPHA MALES
- THE END OF THE ALPHA MALES
The First Conspiracy Was Against Women
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It behooves me to tell you the vision of Mother God which She has given me,
regarding the agenda and intentions of males from time immemorial, which
they implemented when they had the chance a few thousand years ago. This
vision, although Supernatural in my case, that is, empowered by the
Supernatural, can be obtained by any sagacious scholar or academic who pays
attention to the facts of both history and the present day with all its
statistics and studies.
To know what a person wants, what he desires, you must simply see what he
has done and what he is doing. So this vision is quite simple and logical,
it merely requires observation and insight,- which all people should have
but don't. Perhaps the biggest reason people DO NOT see the vision I have
is Satan got control of most of the media and he pours forth lies, so the
people are confused and ignorant. But luckily, that has not been the case
for me, for as I said, I got Supernatural help.
What Men Want With Women
What the Satanic domination of male against female is all about is that
women are to be used as incubators for the production of people, these
people being then used for the further 'power and glory' of males.
Remember clearly where Jesus was tempted by the devil,
"I will give you all the kingdoms of the world and their glory, if you will
bow down and worship me."
This is precisely what the male has done - he has bowed down and worshipped
Satan for the goods of the world, their power and supposed glory, and he has
sold his soul to the devil, and he is a bought slave of the devil and he is
doing the works of the devil.
This is not to feel sorry for the male - he has done this of his own accord
and will; no one forced him because we have free will, to sin or do good,
and he has chosen this.
No sooner did the male bow down and worship Satan, he became possessed by
the spirit of Satan, and he still worships Satan in places like Bohemian
Grove and all the secret castles and societies that males have produced, and
in their homes and in their hearts - they are paying homage to Satan every
day to obtain his so-called power.
Now the question is, what sort of power has Satan to give, and what does God
give, and why is it that Satan seems to have the most success on earth,
while God stands idly by and lets it happen? This is a question many good
people have raised, and aptly so.
To answer that question one could say,
'Satan has his day, but God has her eternity.'
It is a matter of TIME and this to us seems so REAL but in physics it is but
a figment of our imagination, a sort of illusion of 'time and space.'
Although it seems very real to us, in other dimensions, it is not so real,
where other things truly are real and not delusions, and the absolute
Reality is God, and our life and consciousness in God; our Eternal Life.
So this spot in space and time is fleeting and momentary, it is chimera or
illusion; it will soon pass and disappear, and Eternity will appear, where
we will realize True Reality. At that time we will see who we are, what we
are and what Truth is, and we will receive the rewards of our decisions,
good or bad, and Satan and his followers will forever fall into Hell, and
the saints will rise up to Heaven.
And so, on this earth, it seems right now that Satan, through the male
gender, is ruling the world, that he has won, that he has controlled women
and other men, through 'alpha males' and all the grief he has brought forth
still goes on, with plans to increase his wickedness.
This is where we have stood for thousands of years, the good and the bad
side by side, with evil having the upper hand, the good wondering when they
will be released.
Now when I speak of Satan I must explain that Satan cannot work without
bodies, he is discarnate and can do nothing without the body of a human
letting him in and allowing him sway over itself. So that when a person
lets Satan in, Satan has a voice, and a vehicle for work and domination, and
he can produce all the things that have been produced on earth. Now the
people who allowed Satan to use them have not been the female gender, except
in individual cases but not as a whole, (it has been Satanic male who has
oppressed women, not Satanic women who have oppressed men) but overall, it
has been the male gender through whom Satan has ruled, and he has usurped
the natural authority and power of the female, creating chaos.
The Difference Between Male and Female
Let us go back to the 'incubator' idea.
What is it that women have that men do not? They have the Godlike power of
reproduction. That is what males crave and covet, they want that power,
because having not this power, they are wholly dependent on female, not only
for reproduction, but for the services a human needs after being born, the
nourishment of maternal love. Males cannot reproduce (except as parasites
to women) and they do not have maternal capacity, so they are at a total
In a natural world, the male lives under the dominion of female as a child,
lover and helpmate. Inside this Matriarchal framework, you have peace and
harmony. But outside of it, there is chaos.
The transition from Matriarchy to Patriarchy is a demonic one, the Spirit of
Satan enters the man, with the idea that,
'I will give you the kingdoms of the world and their glory if you will bow
down and worship me.'
Here, you must understand, is an analogy, a key, of how Satan tempts the
male race. Jesus wisely refused his offer and banished him, as Jesus was a
woman-lover, Mother-lover Matriarch - the condition of all virtuous males.
No man would be happy with 'all the kingdoms of the world and their glory'
without also subduing and possessing women, for all the kingdoms of the
world and their glory bring him the possibility of controlling women - which
is the end all and be all of what men want - women, for as I said, they are
wholly dependent on women for reproduction and love nourishment. Imagine a
man living as a king, with all the money and 'glory' of being 'powerful' but
no woman. The signature of a 'powerful' and 'prosperous' man has always
been his access to and control of women, the harems, the orgies, the
multiple children he could father.
This luxurious condition of having all the things of the world, most
important of which is women, is what the Spirit of Satan has tempted males
with - the big carrot. This is how Patriarchy begins.
And it does not begin with suggestions or hard work, the Spirit of Satan
drives men insane with greed and violence, and that's how they get the
kingdoms, glory and women......to be continued
THE EXTINCTION OF MEN - ENVISIONING A WORLD WITHOUT MEN:
During the last few years of his life, Joseph Campbell spoke frequently of
Marija Gimbutas, profoundly regretting that her research on the Neolithic
cultures of Europe was not available during the 1960's when he was writing
The Masks of God. Otherwise, he would have "revised everything." Campbell
compared the importance of Marija's work to Champollion's decipherment of
Egyptian hieroglyphics. He was not alone in this appreciation. According to
anthropologist Ashley Montagu, "Marija Gimbutas has given us a veritable
Rosetta Stone of the greatest heuristic value for future work in the
hermeneutics of archaeology and anthropology."
The prodigious accomplishments of Marija Gimbutas include the publication of
nearly twenty books and over three hundred articles on European prehistory.
The texts published between 1946 and 1971 earned her reputation as a
world-class specialist on the Indo-European Bronze Age as well as on
Lithuanian folk art and the prehistory of the Balts and the Slavs. Her last
three books, however, have stimulated vigorous responses from both the
academic and lay communities throughout the world. The Goddesses and Gods of
Old Europe (1974, 1982), The Language of the Goddess (1989), and The
Civilization of the Goddess (1991) reveal an interpretation of European
prehistory that challenges many traditional assumptions about the beginnings
of European civilization.
Marija Gimbutas was born in Vilnius, Lithuania in 1921 and came to the
United States as a refugee from the Soviet regime in 1949 after earning a
Doctor of Philosophy degree in archaeology in 1946 at Tübingen University in
Germany. Her background was interdisciplinary and included a thorough
grounding in linguistics, ethnology, and the history of
religions&endash;which was unusual for an archaeologist. Due to an extensive
knowledge of European languages, Marija was engaged by Harvard University in
1950 to do research and to write texts on European prehistory (many of the
archaeological reports from Eastern Europe were unreadable by her senior
colleagues). She remained at Harvard for thirteen years where she also
became a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology. In 1955 Marija Gimbutas
was made a Fellow of Harvard's Peabody Museum.
In 1956 Marija presented her "Kurgan Hypothesis" at an international
conference in Philadelphia. With this theory, she was the first scholar to
bring together linguistic and archaeological knowledge to solve the problem
of the origins of Proto-Indo-European speaking peoples (whom she named
"Kurgans" after their distinctive burial mounds) and to trace their
migrations into Europe. This hypothesis, and the act of bridging the
disciplines, has had a significant impact on Indo-European research.
Marija Gimbutas was the recipient, throughout her life, of many prestigious
awards including The Outstanding New American Award in 1960, the Humanities
Endowment Award in 1967, the Los Angeles Woman of the Year Award in 1968,
Fulbright and American Academy of Sciences fellowships, and grants from the
Smithsonian Institution, the National Science Foundation, and other major
institutions that supported her work. She was chosen to be a Fellow of the
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University
for the academic year 1961-62 where she developed her enormous tome Bronze
Age Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe (Moulton, 1965).
In 1963 Marija Gimbutas was invited to teach at the University of
California, Los Angeles where she remained as a full professor until her
retirement in 1989. During those very active years, she was appointed Chair
of European Archaeology where she stimulated the development of
Indo-European studies, became Curator of Old World Archaeology at the
Cultural History Museum, edited a number of scholarly publications, and
maintained an enormous output of published work while traveling and
lecturing extensively throughout the world. She consistently contributed to
Lithuanian journals and encyclopedia and was an important figure in Baltic
studies. Most importantly, Marija Gimbutas became project director of five
major excavations of Neolithic sites in southeast Europe between 1967 and
These excavations in the former Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Greece and Italy made
it possible for Marija to focus on an investigation of the Neolithic period
(which she termed "Old Europe") in order to understand cultural development
before the Indo-European influence. Her preliminary work resulted in the
publication of The Gods and Goddesses of Old Europe (Thames and Hudson,
1974, republished in 1982 as The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe), written
while she was in residence in Holland as a Fellow of the Netherlands
Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1973-74.
Although it is considered improper in mainstream archaeology to interpret
the ideology of prehistoric societies, it became obvious to Marija that
every aspect of Old European life expressed a sophisticated religious
symbolism. She, therefore, devoted herself to an exhaustive study of
Neolithic images and symbols to discover their social and mythological
significance. To accomplish this it was necessary to widen the scope of
descriptive archaeology to include linguistics, mythology, comparative
religions and the study of historical records. She called this
interdisciplinary approach archaeomythology.
After years of solitary research, the main themes of Old European art and
religion were presented in The Language of the Goddess (Harper, 1989).
Marija saw that the female form, rendered in thousands of images, reflected
the centrality of women in religious and cultural life. Images of the
Goddess, and male Gods, both anthropomorphic and zoomorphic, expressed a
sacred participation in the great natural cycles of fertility/birth, death
The overwhelming response to The Language of the Goddess from artists,
women, mythologists and many others was, for Marija, a complete surprise.
When The Civilization of the Goddess appeared two years later (Harper,
1991), over nine hundred people crowded into a Santa Monica church to
celebrate its publication. The German exhibition, Sprache Der Göttin (based
on The Language of the Goddess), sponsored by the Frauen Museum in Wiesbaden
(1993-94) drew thousands of visitors from all over Europe and will continue
as a traveling exhibition. It is certain that Marija's vision of Old Europe
as a true civilization that was peaceful, egalitarian and expressive of an
earth-based spirituality has struck a deep chord. At this critical time when
the earth is facing environmental catastrophe and it is clear that we need a
change of values, this work questions the precept that Western civilization
has always been equated with male domination and warfare. The message is
that for thousands of years European people lived quite well as an integral
part of the web of nature.
In The Civilization of the Goddess, Marija Gimbutas was the first scholar to
describe an overview of Neolithic cultures on a pan-European scale
(including habitation patterns, social structure, art, religion and
literacy) and to articulate the differences between the matristic Old
European and the patriarchal Indo-European Bronze Age systems. This book
provides an essential key for deciphering the contrasting cultural elements
that became entangled and fused in subsequent European societies.
Marija enthusiastically encouraged linguists, archaeologists and other
scholars to investigate the transition between the Neolithic and Bronze Age
in Europe. With this intention, she organized several international
conferences to stimulate interdisciplinary research. Original papers from
these conferences were published in the Journal of Indo-European Studies.
Before Marija presented her ideas on the hybridization of Old European and
Indo-European elements in cultural development, few scholars were thinking
in these terms. Nevertheless, an understanding of the radical transformation
in Europe to a patriarchal, warlike social structure has profound
significance for our time.
In June of 1993, Marija Gimbutas received an honorary doctorate at Vytautas
the Great University in Kaunas, Lithuania. The enormous appreciation she
received from the President of the Republic, scholars, students and
countless Lithuanian citizens was repeated the following year at her funeral
when thousands of people came to express their love and respect for this
great Lithuanian scholar. Marija's work on the Balts, which was banned
during the Soviet years, placed Lithuanian prehistory within a broad
European context. This, and her significant role in the preservation and
understanding of folkloric material, has stimulated a new appreciation of
Lithuanian heritage. Ironically, Marija could not have become a world-class
scholar if she had been confined by the systematic brutality of the Soviet
system. Nevertheless, she remained faithful to her motherland and returned
with invaluable gifts.
Marija Gimbutas, who died in Los Angeles on February 2, 1994, will be
remembered for her brilliant intellect, warm-hearted generosity and a
passionate originality and vision. The greatest teaching is by example. In
this case, Marija demanded the highest standards of scholarship from herself
as well as from her students. Moreover, she had the courage to speak from
her own perceptions and to expand the traditional boundaries of her
discipline. As Indo-Europeanist Edgar Polomé wrote in her 1987 festschrift,
"There are no words to describe the profoundness of the feelings that link
this great scholar to her disciples and this great woman to her numerous
friends and admirers."
Marija is survived by three daughters, Danute Lake, Zivile Gimbutas, and
Rasa Thies and by many spiritual daughters and sons who also love and honor
her. May her vision be continued in the world.
Joan Marler January, 1995