Masculine Wisdom/Feminine Matter: the Drug-Fractured Psyche

Phony revolution.

Phony revolution.

By: Jay Dyer While reading John Marks' famous book The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, the chapter on drugs and MKULTRA elucidated a deep insight.   Some of the earliest pioneers of drug research for intelligence purposes noticed that hallucinogens resulted in the depersonalization and dividing of the psyche into fragmentation.  This fragmentation was later engineered to be "alternate" personae in the test subject that could be programmed with certain messages and key words to unlock the hidden information.  There are countless books and movies about the divided psyche and mind control, but what about the deeper question of the dividing itself?  Why did the drugs induce a state in which the individual psyche was seen as something to be obliterated and merged with the impersonal "Absolute" (in the case mentioned in the book)? Modern psychology and intelligence research has plumbed the depths of the psyche, yet rather than quantifying and defining it, more mysteries have been raised.  The average academic propagandizes the mass student that the psyche is mere matter, but clearly philosophy, mathematics and theology show that to be absurd.  From my own observations and research concerning those who have had intense hallucinogenic drug experiences, definite patterns emerge.  One of the most prominent patterns is the sense of the psyche being fragmented, disintegrating and becoming "one" with the all.  The hallucinogen causes a kind of inner journey which shamans of primitive religions have embarked upon for millennia, but the result tends towards the same conclusion: monism.  Yet oddly the philosophical monism adopted invariably leads many of the drugged to feel that their own psyche has fractured, divided, or split.

Phony revolution.

The so-called “revelations” most experience on the drug trips end up being very monotonous.  It rarely occurs to the drugged that their narcissistic “insights” are one and the same as ancient pagan and eastern religions.  Reality is thus viewed as an “illusion,” a “trick,” a product of their own mind (solipsism), and who they were/are as a person was annihilated or dismembered.  The drug trip thus tends to result in the unwitting conversion of the drugged to some form of pantheism or animism.  BBC reporter Bruce Parry, for example, logged several hallucinogenic rites and journeys that brought him to similar conclusions.  Modern man’s lack of spiritual connection has allowed the return of ancient shamanism and paganism to reemerge with the 60s revolution.  Unfortunately, the 60’s culture “revolution” was something engineered by elites in the pharmaceutical, banking and intelligence communities.   Researchers Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin have done excellent work in demonstrating that claim here.  The social engineering of revolution was in harmony with the Marxist plan of Theodore Adorno to, along with drugs, promote this very depersonalization and fragmentation through pop music.  He famously stated:

The Beatles export eastern philosophy and hallucinogenic drug culture to the west.

The Beatles import/export eastern philosophy and hallucinogenic drug culture to the west.

“What radical music perceives is the untransfigured suffering of man…. The seismographic registration of traumatic shock becomes, at the same time, the technical structural law of music. It forbids continuity and development. Musical language is polarized according to its extreme; towards gestures of shock resembling bodily convulsions on the one hand, and on the other towards a crystalline standstill of a human being whom anxiety causes to freeze in her tracks…. Modern music sees absolute oblivion as its goal. It is the surviving message of despair from the shipwrecked.”

Timothy Leary as a frontman of the establishment social engineers promotes the ruination of the mind and logic.

Timothy Leary as a front man of the establishment social engineers promotes the ruination of the mind and logic.

That “schizophrenia” he speaks of is what has been achieved in our day.  Schizophrenia is the dividing and fragmenting of the psyche into disconnected, meaningless “parts,” which have no relation to anything or anyone else.  It is the ultimate atomization and alienation, resulting in an arrested development blob of masses that are unable to even reason about what is in their own best interest.   Modernity’s nihilistic suicide pact is something that is not mere happenstance: it has been engineered on purpose by our so-called “elite,” as Irvin shows.  Aldous Huxley famously said:

“But now psycho-analysis is being combined with hypnosis; and hypnosis has been made easy and indefinitely extensible through the use of barbiturates, which induce a hypnoid and suggestible state in even the most recalcitrant subjects.  Within the next generation I believe that the world’s rulers will discover that infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging and kicking them into obedience.”

The cultural “revolutions” of the 60s resulted in an overturning of most aspects of society in the West.  50 years ago, most women were concerned with domestic affairs and a family. In just five decades, that has been completely reversed to a state where the opposite is now true.  Most women are interested in their career first, with a husband and children functioning as something secondary.  Feminism was also a crucial aspect of that 60s cultural revolution, funded and founded by Abby Rockefeller and her money.  The argumentation of feminism is also the same as the argumentation of other Marxist forms of victimization: immigration and distinctions in citizenship, class, race, and gender must all be dogmatically leveled and erased to achieve a supposed “freedom” and utopian future.

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In reality, cultural Marxism is a weaponized system of total psychological warfare on reality.  Cultural Marxism is the war on God, nature and truth, as well as a war on the psyche.  The reality is, humans are not equal, genders are different, and some people can do things others cannot.  Equality thus becomes a corporate state mandated tyranny, when all forms of “unfairness,’ including what God and nature grants, are destroyed. Equality becomes, in a bizarre twist of fate, a war on the best.   Culture revolution becomes a manifestation of the forces of chaos and nihilism, leading to suicide.  And remember – Marxist social engineers like Adorno say explicitly that it is done on purpose, by design.  The negative power of chaos and destruction are parasitic, operating like cancer or radioactive particles, killing life.  But what is the connection between the drug revolution, materialism, feminine and masculine powers and fragmentation and disintegration?

The kaleidoscope of the fractured female psyche.

The kaleidoscope of the fractured female psyche.

When we consider archetypes and spirit, we can get a large scale picture of the attempted overturning of patriarchy, order and masculine logos. Logos is the Greek term for logic and reason, and in ancient and Christian theology, Logos refers to the Son of the God, the eternally generated wisdom of the God the Father.  The rise of the feminine, the goddess, Gaia, witchcraft, etc., represents a rebellion against the starting point of order, God Himself.  Though God does not have a gender per se, it is appropriate to associate masculine attributes with God specifically, being revealed in Scripture.  In the Fall, Adam deliberately transgressed, while Eve was deceived.  The rise of materialism thus corresponds to the rise of matter-ism, as is evident from the term itself.  Matter comes from the Latin mater, meaning mother.  Pater is the Latin for Father, and is the basis for the idea of pattern.  From these two archetypal ideas we can glean the association of masculinity with order, reason, logic and form, while the feminine is associated with the cyclical forces of nature, change, temporality and matter.

Baphomet, as an image of Satan, contains both genders.  Baphomet is androgynous and seeks to destroy distinctions by blending them into oblivion.

Baphomet, as an image of Satan, contains both genders. Baphomet is androgynous and seeks to destroy distinctions by blending them into oblivion.

Matter is divided and in a state of constant flux, yet mysteriously continues to interact with the unchanging mathematical ideals and universals.  Pattern, order and form are integral to beauty, and will always impress and inform matter.  In the same way, the chaotic destruction of matter will always submit in the end to the power of order.  The entire west and modernity in general has experienced a fracturing of the psyche and the forces of chaos and disintegration have taken the ascendant.  Ancient societies, as Schneider notes in the interview below, were holistic and integrated. In nature, the part mirrors the whole.  When societies model nature, harmony and progress truly take place.  When human psyches and social orders give way to fracturing, they collapse, lacking the masculine order of form, instead being ruled by chaotic, uncontrolled forces of base nature.  Powerful entities are aware of these ideas and have attempted to re-engineer the entire social order around a philosophy of materialistic techno utopia.  Until we cease the mass drugging and shamanic trance the public have been placed under, and come to reject the complete inversion of all order and hierarchy through true philosophy and wisdom will we see things truly progress and experience freedom.  Otherwise, equalitarianism and feminism are inverted philosophies that fragment and depersonalize.

See Schneider’s discussion of the mathematical structure of reality.

12 Comments on Masculine Wisdom/Feminine Matter: the Drug-Fractured Psyche

  1. The Baphomet image is key to understanding the satanic mindset at work here. The blending of masculine and feminine into androgyny/gynandry is the absolute identification of universality and particularity, i.e., monism. Given the dual nature of sexuality, you can end up with this monism by going in one of two directions: by annihilating/devouring the masculine, resulting in the monism-by-reductionism as Jay has discussed in this article; or by annihilating/devouring the feminine, resulting in a monism-by-holism, illustrated best by Plotinus (or even the Tantric Buddhists; see: http://www.trimondi.de/SDLE/Part-1-03.htm ). It isn’t the introduction of the feminine itself that is the problem–on the contrary, “in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” It is the refusal to accept a robust holism, one that accepts both universality and particularity as necessary poles of reality, that is the problem.

    Nice work, Jay.

  2. You don’t make a distinction between 3rd wave feminism and radical feminism? Do you have some arguments in defense of hierarchy and patriarchy in particular?

  3. Right here is the right website for anybody who would like to find out about this
    topic. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not
    that I really will need to…HaHa). You definitely put a fresh spin on a topic that’s
    been discussed for years. Excellent stuff, just great!

  4. Don’t you think it is possible to care about a career as well as domestic affairs and family? I see a career as serving those ends, not being against them. At least for me personally, a job is a means to an end and not an end in itself. Why should I be restricted only to one sphere? I do think children are better off with their mothers up until the age of about seven or eight, but beyond that there is no reason a woman should not have other interests or a job. Even before that, a woman may have to work to support children. How is that not considered being domestically oriented?

  5. I don’t see the androgynous in baphomet…where is the feminine?
    You can twist feminism as well as Rush Limbaugh. Women didn’t invent misogynism. I think that is what feminism seeks to stop or put into balance.

  6. you want to integrate the public mind under exclusion of the boundary-dissolving qualities of the magic of the mushroom?
    well, I wouldn’t say that this was impossible, but surely not by the usual standards of our beloved language of truth.
    Jan and Joe are good, but not excellent. the same applies to your derivative: not bad, but unfortunately not thought through enough…
    culture is formed by pieties, and piety means complicity.
    in short, conspiracy theory will never touch on the key inner mechanism of civilization. with the consequence that it can only develop academic castles in the air, detached by all sorts of social realities.

  7. Great essay, Jay. I recently got through Graham Hancock’s book, “The Divine Spark: Psychedelics, Consciousness & the Birth of Civilization” as research for a screenplay I’m writing. For sure, reading other people’s accounts of tripping on ayahuasca or DMT can get tedious after a while. It’s as if the “ego-death” experience impairs literary ability (to the extent they ever had any). Solipsism in all its forms seems to have become the default position of Western Civilization.

  8. In my experience with, mushrooms, mescaline, Lsd, peoyte, and cannabis, is that, the setting that the person is in makes all the difference whether mental disintergration occurs. first generally it takes 1 hour for effects such as body lightness, the grins (a smile you cant erase), visuals, (curtains waving), music out of sync, hearing bells that are absent, and other minor mental distractions occur, and after about 8 hours, its all gone, back to normal! so my conclusion is that mr huxley, mckenna, and all the others who thought that these substances would destroy the human spirit, and crush our society, over time have been very dissapointed!

  9. Ben Steigmann // March 25, 2016 at 6:17 pm // Reply

    This is a good article, except for the citation of LaRouche material as regards Adorno – I won’t give the name here of the person who said this to me in correspondence, but he used to be high up with that crowd, and stated that “much of their stuff […] is poorly documented […] their research is so ideological it is worth little even when they hit some true information.”

    If we have to use sources like that, a much better framework would probably be in “America’s ‘World Revolution’: Neo-Trotskyist Foundations of U.S. Foreign Policy” by Kerry Bolton: http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/05/03/americas-world-revolution-neo-trotskyist-foundations-of-u-s-foreign-policy/

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