The Occult Plot to Idealize Women

henrymakow.com — March 6, 2017

 Auguste Comte 1798-1857. Click to enlargeOver 160 years ago, the Freemason August Comte wanted to perfect society by removing men from procreation. At the same time, women would be elevated to “goddess” status.
This occult vision has succeeded in destabilizing modern society.
“In a word, the new doctrine will institute the worship of Woman, publicly and privately, in a far more perfect way than has ever before been possible. It is the first permanent step towards the worship of Humanity.” [ Worship of Humanity = Satanism]
“M. Comte aims at establishing …a despotism of society over the individual, surpassing anything contemplated in the political ideal of the most rigid disciplinarian among the ancient philosophers.” John Stuart Mill

By Henry Makow Ph.D. — from Feb 19, 2014

In 1852, Illuminati philosopher Auguste Comte said social progress required that human reproduction “depend solely on the woman.” He implied women should use artificial insemination to shut men out of procreation.
“If in human reproduction, the man contributes merely a stimulus, one that is but an incidental accompaniment of the real office of his generative system, then it is conceivable that we might substitute for this stimulus one or more which should be at women’s free disposal…” he wrote.
The goal seems to be to eliminate sexual attraction altogether.
“Woman, even in her physical functions, may become independent of men…The highest species of production would no longer be at the mercy of a capricious and unruly instinct, the proper restraint of which has hitherto been the chief stumbling-block in the way of human discipline.”  (System of Positive Polity,1851-1854, Vol. IV, P. 60, 61.)
In a chilling presentiment, he wrote, “A female friend, if well chosen, who could make herself a member of the family, would in most cases do better than the father himself.” -(Vol. IV, P. 195.)
The Illuminati believed they could control society by using women to emasculate men. This they called “the emancipation of women.”
“The change would complete the just emancipation of women, thus rendered independent of men, even physically. it would no longer be possible to contest the full ascendancy of the affective sex over children which were its offspring exclusively.” ( Vol. IV, P. 244)
Mankind would be members of one great family as “the offspring of a spouse-less mother.” (Vol. IV, P. 359)

THE WORSHIP OF WOMAN

 

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