Sociological Archetypes

Although it may not seem like it, there is something out there which is worth living for. That precious thing is what we are building today.

The current ideological system based on false concepts about sexual identity & exalted victimhood. It is nothing short of a violation of Natural Law. Many wish to engender a cult-like status by having an offended-off: whoever gets the most offended is the “Queen”. This is degenerate.

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General Natural Law Class System

We have come so far from Truth dictating policy that some believe emotions ought to dictate policy. Whose emotions exactly are more important? How can we tell? Aren’t we all equal (i.e.: shouldn’t our emotions factor into policy not at all)?

Inverting the Natural Order (as by bestowing false authority) has numerous negative consequences. One of such consequences is that, rather than getting the numerous blessings of my wonderful and perfect objective science basis of reality, the existing Order (cult) endures the humiliation of being usurped by myself and my global order of Priests. I can tell you that if you dislike me, then you will probably not like my GUG Priests either. Funnily enough, I actually don’t care about that.

The rival cult may have started these hysterics, but I am ending them. If you don’t like my method, and attempt to reproach me for it, you might just catch me on a bad day and you probably, really, seriously, don’t want that.

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never talk to me or my babies ever again.

Sample Sociological Archetypes

One of the most precious sciences is social science. Being social animals, we enjoy each other’s company and derive satisfaction both from designing and ascending socio-cultural hierarchies.

In order for people to (start to) learn this knowledge, here is a sample of archetypes of people in the movement.

The Statesman

grandiose, compassionate, emotional, practical, strong inner fire

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Left: US President Donald Trump, Right: Christopher Cantwell

Donald Trump and Christopher Cantwell are both Statesman archetypes. Being older and more experienced, Trump is more restrained than the young buck Cantwell. The result of this is that while both are passionate, Trump is more measured/vengeful & Cantwell more impulsive/forgiving. Trump’s ego is also more externalised (evidenced by his numerous commercial successes) while Cantwell’s is more internalised (evidenced by his recent meteoric rise in knowledge / rhetorical efficacy).

The Memer / Dreamer

enjoys solitude, introspective, complex, creative, anguished

Not necessarily a content creator, but certainly an avid & discerning consumer, this archetype is often lost in the world of ideas. They have the potential to access higher teachings through their imaginations, but must be careful not to get carried away in flights of whimsey. While useful, their perfectionism can cause inaction & neurosis.

Most of my assembly fits this archetype.

wanna start a cult oyster
something like that

 

The Pillar

contemplative, inhibited, caring, measured, strong, committed

Though not a big talker, the Pillar archetype listens and internalises very well. Their emotions run deeper than average. They are a loyal companion and dedicated friend.

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I am beyond many archetype systems, but not all.

Conclusion

These archetypes are a starting point for self-understanding (within our cultural context). The goal is not to limit ourselves to any particular archetype or system, but rather to study all archetype systems. This is how we can know ourself, independent of archetype systems.

Thank you

 

 

 

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