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Sushuri Novaryana



Mar 28, 05 - 6:37 PM
Aristasian Angels

Sri Lakshmi
For those interested in the Janyati, or Aristasian "Angels", our definitive piece on the subject is finally completed, with an extensive essay covering each of the Seven and her influence on the world, life and everything.


So if you want to know how Aristasians see the world, pop over to The Seven Great Janyati Pt.2.


Or if you missed the original, or would like to re-read it first, go to The Seven Great Janyati Pt.1

Tricia



Mar 29th, 2005 - 7:00 AM
Re: Aristasian Angels

It says in the angels article

The modern scholar takes it as axiomatic that female rule is inherently unlikely (this from people who otherwise argue that the differences between men and women are purely "socially conditioned", and therefore ought logically to believe that a different set of "conditioning" would produce a different social order)

but aristasians say femininity is not socially conditioned so what is your view on ancient matriarchy? If femininity isnt socially conditioned isn't subordination part of womens nature? Also what do you mean by victim-complex feminists?
Sushuri Novaryana



Mar 29th, 2005 - 1:21 PM
Re: Aristasian Angels

Thank you for your interesting questions, Miss Tricia. These are important subjects and we welcome all your questions and comments.

By "victim-complex feminists" one means bongo feminists who are so wedded to the idea of "women's oppression" that they actually react against the idea of a time when women were predominant. This is because, according to the inverted values of much bongo thinking, the more one can prove one is part of an "oppressed group" the higher one comes in the pecking order. While healthy peoples wish to point to a history of nobility and greatness, inverted bongos revel in a history of squalor an oppression. Thus the idea of matriarchy is threatening to bongo feminism as it suggests a time when women were in charge and even (horror of horrors!) were the "ruling class" - the natural target for every good bongo's hatred.

Thus, if male scholars are threatened by the idea of matriarchy, feminist scholars (pretty much the only other kind) are even more threatened by it. Hence their desire to discredit it.

What do Aristasians think? We think that femininity is a natural quality inherent in women which entails a quite different psychology an way of thought. This, although it is "controversial" in the Pit is quite unquestionably proven by modern science.

We go further, however, and believe that femininity is a universal quality more fundamental than masculinity and that it was naturally the dominant principle in earlier ages. Only with the Kali Yuga and the dominance of the masculine principle (see the entry on Sai Vikhe in the Janyati piece) does patriarchy come about.

In essence, femininity is natural, not conditioned. A feminine-centred society is equally natural. Just as the human brain is naturally feminine until is is (in the case of men) masclinised by male hormones, so human society is naturally feminine-centred until it is masculinised by the influence of the last and lowest of the world-ages - Kali Yuga or the Age of Iron.




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