Re: Femine Superiority (but not Hierarchy)
Posted By: Noble Ras Heru In Response To: Femine Superiority (but not Hierarchy) (discipleofmaat)
Date: Wednesday, 5 August 2009, at 11:31 p.m.
In Response To: Femine Superiority (but not Hierarchy) (discipleofmaat)
as i read this threw and through, the ONLY problem i have is with the word 'SUPERIORITY', and also what u said concerning the male just planting the seed, while the female takes control.
I understand what ur saying, but i donot think that the feminine is over the masculine, nor vise-vera; lets just say they both play 2 BALANCED SIGNIFICANT roles ThROUGHOUT the cosmos. For instance, eventho on a most naturally intune scale, the wombman keeps us within her loins for 9 months (we already know the blessing of that); however, if it was not for the POTENTIAL and the carrying of that SEED (the seed STARTS everything and without it there is NO potential for life), the plant/child would be in a state of 'limbo' or would not be able to maifest and prove what it is in the grand scheme of things.
I am talking about on the ENERGY level, becuz as we know concerning the poisonous semitic psyche, the balance has been severed into a SUPERIORITY understanding (in this case its male with them). Excellen reasoning isciple, but like i said, i dont consider it feminine "superiority", becuz the 'seed' is just as important as the nurturing of it, just 2 different roles. BALANCE is the key....peace & Love
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