Sunday, March 9, 2014

Origins of Femdom., Part 1


I’m sitting here in what ignorant people would call a bunker. We call this structure differently, but I’m not letting you in to that. Suffice to say it’s located in a place you certainly wouldn’t want to be yourself. It’s not luxurious in any way and it doesn’t need to be. But the incredible high tech which is available to us, one couldn’t even define as state of the art because it’s way beyond the cutting edge. And that we need for sure. I mean to do the job we’re here for. No, I’m not going to tell you what job this is either.

There are times when it’s really hectic, sometimes nerve wrecking, and not without danger. Other times though, there’s nothing much to do, rather dull, and exhaustingly boring. It’s then when I’m thankful to myself having created this blog, as well as being able doing some other non-mainstream stuff. 




So, on with the next entry.


Having had here, for an extended period of time now, men around me in this bunker who are light years away from alpha sissies, docile housemen, and other lovers of females who allegedly only use men to do chores  (ironing, doing dishes, and cleaning house, come to mind) and find pleasure in locking men up in some lame device preventing orgasms, made me even more wondering how on earth femdom became so corrupted, why it sank so deep, and why so many males love this caricature of female domination. Remembering also my own slaves, men and women who, when I was with them, relentlessly tried to seduce me into practices aimed primarily at satisfying their own delicious needs, ergo people totally contrasting the chores and cuckold ones mentioned above, made my thoughts drifting, and guiding me to an earlier phase in my life.



Remember I told you about the time I was living with the miners of Muzo, and this out of this world emerald they wanted me to have? Of course you do. And if not, go to my posting about love, and you will. During that time I frequently visited the city of Tunja as well. In the library of La UPTC I met with a beautiful and strange woman who took me to a rather obscure part of the place where she shared with me an ancient document written in a language she wasn’t familiar with. I never figured out how she had found me and knew I understood Aramaic.

It consisted of several loose and damaged pieces of vellum-paper resting in a brownish leather wrapper on which there was text as well. Attached to it was a small cylinder containing what appeared to be a map from a much later date. She told me these goods had been in her family’s possession since the era of Nueva Granada and that once they were owned by Henry Morgan the time he occupied Isla de Providencia. After having studied the map and the scribbles on it, I came to the conclusion that the notorious captain couldn’t have laid his hands on this during his stay on that island, but in all likelihood stole it when he was raiding Panama. From there the trail led to Moctezuma I, queen Miahuaxihuitl,  and finally to the Toltec culture.  



As I said, the text was in Aramaic, a language not spoken in the Americas, hence further studies were needed to reveal its origin. So I consulted an expert palaeographer, and conducted a C-14 investigation as well. It turned out that the writings were approximately from around the 5th century BCE.  

However, how it came to Mesoamerica, how it crossed the Atlantic or even the Pacific, coming from the Middle East, is, up till now, shrouded in mystery. Maybe I'll find out about that in the future.


Nowadays, most modern scholars deny matriarchy in its purest form to have ever existed. But the strange woman’s document tells us a different story and claims the existence of what Andrea Dworkin would have called a woman’s homeland, a place created by women, a place where women rule. This female state was located in the north-eastern part of what now is known as Syria and occupied a large portion of the south-east of modern Turkey as well. Actually it was close to the region from where The Other People originated, if not the same.

What? You’ve never heard of The Other People? Remember the story of Adam and Eve and their wonderful son Cain? Yes? Well, then you also know that Cain had to hit the road after he had killed Yahweh’s boy Abel, and later got himself a wife in a land far away from the garden of Eden. Huh? A wife? How is that possible? Everyone knows we all come from Adam and Eve, and since Cain left that nest……… Ah, now you are wondering eh? And yes people, that A & E story is bogus! There were other people on the planet. And yes you guessed it, they were known as The Other People. So now you know too.

Back now to our woman’s homeland. I strongly believe its members descended from The Other People, because, like The Other People, they never had to deal with something like The Fall. No feelings of guilt or shame in that community. No need to cover their genitalia either. These people were truly free. No shrinks, no therapy, no victims, no laws, no morals, no repentance, no salvation, no deities. Nothing of anything that's so characteristic for the Adam and Eve crowd.


All power belonged to women. Males were not seen as inferior beings though. Women had no desire to punish, humiliate, or degrade men.  They were simply women’s property, without any voice or vote. Reading further I came to believe this society came close to my practice of feminine femdom and its women resembled the personality of the original Lilith to a tee. 

And there you have it: Descendents of A & E story believers, the ones plagued by feelings of guilt, sin, and shame, and with an inescapable desire to be dominated by women as well, had no other choice than to leave the ways of our ancient femdom homeland, even oppose them, and transform them into something not contradicting their lifestyle, a lifestyle embedded in patriarchy and salvation coming from a male, compulsively resulting in practices nowadays known as dominating from the bottom, whereas I and my people could only be enchanted and intrigued by the original ancient matriarchal society, leaving no opportunity passing by without attempting to fine tune it even more in for instance ThatPlace


Feminine femdom is based on pure matriarchy, honoring females and males alike, and laughs at the silly superiority/inferiority principles invariably found in patriarchal societies, while patriarchal femdom is simply nothing more than a lame derivation of mainstream patriarchal sex, and at best a rehash of female domination.


Now watch the video, featuring a woman to my heart, one who knows how to expertly whip a male. Her name is Natsuki. I call her, empress of the whip. And for all you sissies out there, as well as you FLR-types……………would you welcome, and be able to endure a session like that? Only real men can, you know? Are you one? 

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23 comments:

  1. Dear AYESHA,

    Please allow me to leave behind a general comment. It is very nice to read your first entry this year and to know you are doing well. I don’t want to evaluate on your blog content. However I have read all of your entries with excitement and just want to say thank you to let us participate on your brilliant thoughts, views and rich information you create to learn from.

    I am probably too much in fear and awe of you AYESHA to invite you for a drink or dance in real live. Regardless I wish you only the best, very pleasant experiences and lots of time.

    Thank you most sincerely,

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    1. Dancing? With me? Boldly spoken, oh Man encased in Patent Leather. Especially since you claim to know what I wrote in "Dance with me".

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing. I'd say it's refreshing to see genuine sadism by a woman who is truely enjoying herself but I dont feel refreshed. I feel like my poor brain has been set on fire. Omg if I could a real sadist I would eternally greatful to whatever being rules this world.

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    1. To see me as a sadist, is mainstream babble fed by patriarchal ideas about female dominance, or silliness promoted by characters like that Ken you asked for a few verses in the Bible to confirm that a wife has the right to punish her husband.

      As you can read all over my place, within the realm of feminine femdom, punishment and other vanilla rituals craved by “weekend-slaves” and submissive women giving in to the wishes of those “slaves”, are dismissed as despicable and laughable acts.

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  3. No blog posts since March? Where is Ayesha?

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    1. Not one of your best questions. A rather silly one actually.

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  4. Truly, Natsuki wields the whip amongst the best!

    William

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    1. Imagine what could happen to that man (or you) if the two of us would team up.

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  5. “...Nowadays, most modern scholars deny matriarchy in its purest form to have ever existed...”

    But then of course nothing ever exists in its pure form except in our imagination.

    I mean that even the best scholars with their most sharp pencils have not yet even drawn you the pure point, straight line or circle. Even the best drawings are always inexact and slightly approximate. So do scholars nowadays rush to claim that the study of geometry is of no use? No.

    So why should scholars nowadays expect your living communities to be of the purest form? They should not.

    And the true original ancient matriarchal society is a fact. You just need to look. This documentary is about the Dassanech people. I didn’t find the exact clip that I was looking for. But okay here is a glimpse:

    Http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/humanplanetexplorer/collections/bruce_parry#p00cck29

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    1. As long as women's clits are cut off (like it's done to your Dassanech women) I wouldn't call the society they belong to a matriarchy.

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  6. Ouch!!

    I trust that you are right about that horrible cutting done by my Dassanech women.

    Still that’s like saying that no patriarchy exists wherever men get their foreskins cut off.

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    1. Yeah, I expected you would come up with that. The thing is though, FMG roots in patriarchal thinking, mainly to control female sexuality, while male circumcision is not based on that. That (older) women, in a society which traditionally practices FGM, defend same, doesn't mean that society is a matriarchy.

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  7. How do you know? How do you know that circumcision (both male and female) could not originally be to do with both religion and with trying to stop boys and girls from playing with themselves? Then circumcision (both male and female) could be to do with sexual control.

    I do not say that Dassanech society is a matriarchy. I don’t know enough about them. I say that you can glimpse remnants.

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    1. Of course there have been examples of women owning slaves. But I’m not talking of that now. That can be for another comment.

      I can share proofs and evidence for what I say. To anyone who is up to speed on this fascinating stuff the following is clear:

      Real classical ancient matriarchy is a fact. There’s a good chance that it may well still exist somewhere in the world even now if conditions are right for it. The work done by the women had become more and more important for the community to survive. There is your change that just tipped the scale slightly in favour of the women. And there you have your matriarchy. Forget for a moment your pairing marriage and your private home. That did not yet exist. Rather the whole group of women were wives in common to a whole group of husbands in common. Wives of one joint household were able to stand together as members of one clan. Husbands of the same joint household belonged to a mix of rival clans.

      It was also then still the custom for all children to belong to the mother’s clan and not to the father’s clan. In fact no one could know for sure exactly who the father was. But all did know for sure exactly who the mother was.

      Please note how that ancient matriarchy is still a society of sexual “dos” and ”don’ts”. You don’t, for instance, marry members of your own clan. That counts as incest.

      Of course it’s too late to go back to ancient matriarchy. It requires the special conditions that made it to sprout up. Humans did not as yet know how to harness nature scientifically.

      You humans will go on worshiping the products of your own imaginations – religions – until after you can demystify both nature and society.

      Is that Dassanech society a survival of ancient matriarchy? Maybe yes? I don’t know that much about them. But I am sure that at least you can glimpse remnants.

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    2. I don’t want to hog discussion Ayesha.

      Too many people suppose that the patriarchal family and its enslavement of the female is old as time. But of course the patriarchal family grew out of much older kinds of family.

      https://archive.org/stream/ancientsocietyor00morg#page/n5/mode/2up

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    3. Male circumcision doesn't take away pleasure, while female circumcision does to a great extent, if not all. Besides, check out the different ways of FGM and you will be horrified!

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    4. "Real classical ancient matriarchy is a fact." Rest assured that not all scholars will agree with that. And that's a fact.

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    5. From Morgan, to Bachofen, to Mead (just to name a few) a lot was written about ancient societies and what they must have looked like, obviously influenced by the society, gender, and personality of the researcher. Patriarchy, matriarchy, mixes of same, or what have you, but I never, not surprisingly, saw anything about feminine femdom, until I met that woman who handed me that manuscript I presented in this section of my blog.

      So what's your point actually? According to that manuscript pure matriarchy did exist, but simply didn't make it to mainstream anthropological writings.

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  8. Picture a simple community. Female skills grow more important. Let the importance of female tasks just tend to tip the social scale in favour of the women. Later perhaps those women’s skills tend to grow redundant because of something new.

    Or let the community be at war for a long time. That also tends to make the warrior important. The women remain important too. But the importance of warrior tasks just tends to tip the social scale in favour of the men. Until perhaps the men’s war skills grow to be redundant.

    These are just examples of how you always have to change your ways to stay alive.

    Your society will be what you call “vanilla” until each can learn to switch tasks and to realize all of their talents. One day the workers must make it so in their own one big worker’s co-op – with a labour hour system.

    As much as you want “feminine femdom” you want “vanilla” society.

    I’m sorry it’s your site and I should be talking more about your stuff.

    Why haven’t you presented a photograph of your manuscript?

    And a good translation would be good.

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  9. I'm not interested in changing the world, and don't give a rat's ass about vanilla societies.

    Presenting a "good translation" here in Cyberspace? Yeah right!

    The photo is here since March 9, 2014.

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  10. Yeah right? What difference does it make where you present your manuscript text?

    You don't give a rat's ass? But I hate it that the market is influencing sex more so than ever. That is thanks to the sex trade and to more females willing to sell sex because they have no better way to put bread on the table. I call that ugly. It will remain so until each man and woman can realize all of their talents in one big worker’s co-op – with a labour hour system. Then women will have sex just as they need and want sex. I call that better.

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  11. My women have already all the sex they ever would want and more.

    I'm not going to translate the document, and certainly not making it available on a site mostly visited by males who only crave silly patriarchal femdom.

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  12. Hi - Interesting blog. In the photo of you (?) with the book - the book is upside down. If it's not on purpose, (symbolic) then thought you might like to know... or not, maybe.

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