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    gwap360
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    SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by gwap360 on Mon Feb 16, 2009 1:31 am

    The System, in an attempt to control comprehension, has imposed a number of taboos which they claim are out of bounds for discussion among civilized peoples. These taboos fall under the general headings of sex, politics and religion.

    Those of us who now overstand have discovered that one can never come to terms with reality unless these three topics of discussion become the main topics of our communications.

    As an example one should take a second look at how we treat the subject of women's breasts. Masonry's Pilgrims to America made certain that "nice" ladies were dressed from foot to chin. The System then allowed "Topless" dancers and prostitutes, then equating the women who do it to the derogatory term "slut". A woman who marries for "security" or "political correctness" is never described as a slut.

    The fact of the matter is that nature gave women breasts in order to feed their young. Breats are not "sex objects" but are symbols of FEMALE POWER, symbols which are overstood instinctively by all "normal" males. This is why males instinctively look to see if the person they are speaking with has breasts. In a matrial society this is how males knew whether or not the person they were speaking with had the authority to give them directions as to what task they should perform next. Also, this is why females are still taught to reject this natural male instinct. By going along with it this deminishes the political power of women and plays right into the hands of "men who wear dresses (robes) in public".

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    Re: SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by missingyoumadly on Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:18 am

    The fact of the matter is that nature gave women breasts in order to feed their young. Breats are not "sex objects" but are symbols of FEMALE POWER, symbols which are overstood instinctively by all "normal" males.

    A little physiology will get to the bottom of this...

    Breasts are for feeding babies, yes. The brain releases prolactin to cause milk production. Oxytocin is released in reaction to nipple stimulation, which causes the milk to be ejected.

    Oxytocin is also released during other pleasurable activities, most notably ORGASM. (also during labor/childbirth, sharing a meal with friends, feelings of love)

    So, nature gave breasts to women both to feed young and to provide pleasure. MEN create symbols, not nature. If men wish to assign breasts as a symbol of female power, fine, do so. But nature does not assign symbols.

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    Re: SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by Lucid Memes on Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:43 am

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    check out the Venus figurines...paleolithic sculpture art

    The majority of the Venus figurines appear to be depictions of females that follow certain artistic conventions, on the lines of schematisation and stylisation. Most of them are roughly lozenge-shaped, with two tapering terminals at top (head) and bottom (legs) and the widest point in the middle (hips/belly). In some examples, certain parts of the human anatomy are exaggerated: abdomen, hips, breasts, thighs, vulva. In contrast, other anatomical details are neglected or absent, especially arms and feet. The heads are often of relatively small size and devoid of detail.

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    Re: SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by missingyoumadly on Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:47 am

    Preston wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

    check out the Venus figurines...paleolithic sculpture art

    The majority of the Venus figurines appear to be depictions of females that follow certain artistic conventions, on the lines of schematisation and stylisation. Most of them are roughly lozenge-shaped, with two tapering terminals at top (head) and bottom (legs) and the widest point in the middle (hips/belly). In some examples, certain parts of the human anatomy are exaggerated: abdomen, hips, breasts, thighs, vulva. In contrast, other anatomical details are neglected or absent, especially arms and feet. The heads are often of relatively small size and devoid of detail.

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    Wow, that is intriguing...interesting that woman in history have always been divided into "parts." Even modern advertising shows us that women are no more than hips and breasts...sometimes legs.

    There is a method of birth preparation that involves art work...women draw images that represent their fears of birth...and often the drawings depict women who have no arms/legs/faces. This, I think, IS cultural symbolism.

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    Re: SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by gwap360 on Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:34 pm

    missingyoumadly wrote:
    The fact of the matter is that nature gave women breasts in order to feed their young. Breats are not "sex objects" but are symbols of FEMALE POWER, symbols which are overstood instinctively by all "normal" males.

    A little physiology will get to the bottom of this...

    Breasts are for feeding babies, yes. The brain releases prolactin to cause milk production. Oxytocin is released in reaction to nipple stimulation, which causes the milk to be ejected.

    Oxytocin is also released during other pleasurable activities, most notably ORGASM. (also during labor/childbirth, sharing a meal with friends, feelings of love)

    So, nature gave breasts to women both to feed young and to provide pleasure. MEN create symbols, not nature. If men wish to assign breasts as a symbol of female power, fine, do so. But nature does not assign symbols.

    In a matrial society this is how males knew whether or not the person they were speaking with had the authority to give them directions as to what task they should perform next.

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    Re: SYSTEM Taboos

    Post by missingyoumadly on Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:35 pm

    gwap360 wrote:
    missingyoumadly wrote:
    The fact of the matter is that nature gave women breasts in order to feed their young. Breats are not "sex objects" but are symbols of FEMALE POWER, symbols which are overstood instinctively by all "normal" males.

    A little physiology will get to the bottom of this...

    Breasts are for feeding babies, yes. The brain releases prolactin to cause milk production. Oxytocin is released in reaction to nipple stimulation, which causes the milk to be ejected.

    Oxytocin is also released during other pleasurable activities, most notably ORGASM. (also during labor/childbirth, sharing a meal with friends, feelings of love)

    So, nature gave breasts to women both to feed young and to provide pleasure. MEN create symbols, not nature. If men wish to assign breasts as a symbol of female power, fine, do so. But nature does not assign symbols.

    In a matrial society this is how males knew whether or not the person they were speaking with had the authority to give them directions as to what task they should perform next.

    K

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