The global pain in love is the result of a several thousand year long history of war. It is the result of a chain of unimaginable atrocities that were committed against people, mainly women, in the name of patriarchal power.
The global pain in love is the result of a several thousand year long history of war. It is the result of a chain of unimaginable atrocities that were committed against people, mainly women, in the name of patriarchal power. We all carry this collective trauma in our hereditary cellular memory. We all follow the unconscious information of fear and violence. In order to build the power of the church and state, the patriarchal world needed the repression of sexuality and subjugation of women under the command of male domination. The obedience of women was a condition of male potency. Sex and power were inseparably intertwined. Women who did not obey were punished or eliminated like Hypatia of Alexandria. In many countries, unimaginable male violence against women took form. In the Middle Ages, in the year 1487, the Hammer of Witches was published, a book about the execution of all women who were not needed for reproduction. The book was written by two monks and soon became the most widely read book in Germany, after the Bible. One must hear this a few times before it can be believed. Consequently, women who stood out either by their attractiveness or by their will and courage were slandered as witches and burned alive. Burned alive!
Once one has perceived the global suffering of the female half of humanity, one wonders how there could still be women capable of love. This is a crucial point, and I would like here to thank the entire female sex. The female half of humanity must possess a very stable and faithful heart, faithful to the male half which abused and suppressed it for so many thousands of years. What madness! Humanity has blocked its inborn wellspring of joy and thereby destroyed itself. Generation after generation, century after century, it has passed on the false propaganda that demonized the flesh and led to the chastisement of children and burning of witches. What was originally intended to create joy and love was outlawed and persecuted. Thus humanity began to hate the things they once loved. Even today, our culture suffers for this perversion of values. The original sin of man is not carnality, but its suppression. The lust of the flesh was called “fornication” and cruelly eradicated. Since then, no truth has been possible.
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