I saw an article on astrology and gender, on a top site, and the author seems to believe that all the gender flexibility happening today is due to evolution. She writes that it's a liberation from standards that are social constructs.
This seems like a widespread belief, but where does it come from? And why is the longterm (depopulation and control) agenda flying below the radar, with its tools like chemical hormone disruption and hyper-sexualized media?
There's this idea that we're busting out of limitations (like gender), and the author mentions it's a time of questioning ethics, values, morality, integrities, etc. That gay closet doors are flinging open to a diversity of sexuality, as some kind of organic continuation from the sixties. Of course, the Uranus-Pluto angle is brought up as a trigger for all this radical deconstruction going on.
This is my generation, born in the so-called summer of love, which I know now was led by the usual suspects, to alter society away from the standards once in place. What we have now is the attempt to further break down norms to sow chaos, for the new order. As we lose our real inherent rights in a technocracy, we're offered infinity gender choices in its place.
In the natural world, there's no such thing as gender dysphoria. Our gender is biological, and natural. It's like the most natural things about us -- our gender, ethnicity -- are being intentionally thrown into doubt. And it's encouraged to go with how you feel you are socially, which puts you at the mercy of a very messed up society that's disengaged from nature and reality.
The author wrote that you could do a reading with the person's "social" gender in mind, the one they feel they really are. And then see why there's the confusion. Instead of healing from a sick society, the idea is to adapt to it. But in social gender is the giveaway, that it's a social identity, a product of the culture-creators, and a socially engineered construct.
Back when I was on Facebook, it felt like nothing but loose ends. Besides being a data mining operation for the techno-order and corporations, the whole thing felt wrong to me.
Conversations started that went nowhere, and just dangled unanswered, for example. The strange "on show" quality about it, where all the world's a virtual stage with avatars as your public face.
I wonder about all the entrancement happening with devices, and this waiting for responses. I sense it's damaging to the psyche, to keep such an open border policy with the online life. It's an energy leak to have porous borders of the psyche, and it fosters that sense of being part of "something," this virtual landscape.
All of this feels very Neptunian, and very unreal. It's part of the dream being woven, that's taking us further into the virtual and away from the real. It keeps energetic cords active, I find, and makes it harder to find that sanity that comes from being sanitized (cleansed) from the day's exchanges.
Instinctively, I've kept social media to a minimum, because I'm sensitive and just don't like how it makes me feel. I've heard reports that social media makes people depressed and it's definitely a time-stealer, though I'm sure that depends on a person's nature.
It seems like there's this idea that everyone has to be on social media, and all this techno-engulfment is inevitable. Though I've felt out of the loop at times, I've been able to dip into social media in small doses, and it's the right choice for me.
A young woman returns after being gone from the South for many years, and she carries Eckhardt Tolle's The Power of Now. She's made a mess of her life following this philosophy, one that's a continuation of the Be Here Now social engineering of the sixties.
Be Here Now - be without a deep ancestral past, wisdom of experience, a sense of building character. In the story I'm writing -- a character very like me, of course, and in real life, I've felt most lost and in exile, when I've jumped the timeline of my heritage, and been in the present, rootless.
It felt unnatural for me to lose contact with my Southern roots, though it's hard to keep it alive even now, in the midst of the chaos-culture that screams for our attention. But a folk without a past, one that's based on an authentic history, not one weaponized against them, is one that's prey for manipulators.
Then there's the future, the one we're creating from today, but that's also hijacked by the chaos-culture with non-stop dystopian visions. Dr. Hans Utter has started to connect the phenomenon of culture creation (social engineering) to the everyday lives we live, and the loss of our TIME, the most important thing we have. Here's part one of three parts, highly recommended.