Kate Ledogar talks to Michelle Horsley about the pros and cons of a religious upbringing, being triggered by Jesus, Norman Bates & the Cryptomatriarchy.
Part One: Christian Vs. Progressive Parenting
Alternate upbringings, child of divorce, Catholic morality, a critical view, the lesson of self-sacrifice, liberal-traditional, the theory of open child-rearing, the actual results, passion aggression, repressing the natural tendencies of human imperfection, the ten commandments as a bulwark against mimetic violence, advantages of an atheistic upbringing, divinity & the Bible, a simple Christian family, transmission from God, a free pass for progressives, too many rules vs. no rules, a Catholic divide, a paid annulment, between two opposing viewpoints.
Part Two: A Transcendent Embodiment of Christianity
The drive to protect victims, cryptoChristian foundation of progressivism, days of activism, vampire bat ethics, genetic inhabitants, a history of slavery, alien genetics vs. neoteny, male and female neoteny, looking for a real man, demon faces, arrested adolescence, Hard Day’s Night, Beatles as models of kidults, losing the line between adult and child, loss of coming of age rituals, the loss of autonomy, from false identity to negative identity, Dave Oshana & the transcendent embodiment of Christianity, Magdalene counter-narrative, the original metrosexual, the non-threatening male, triggered by Christ, a nervous defense system.
Part Three: The Law of the Soul
Triggered by Christian narratives, a confrontation with our Nature, the law of matter and the law of the soul, process over rule book, maps of religion, culturally packaged values, ultimate consumers, Chomsky’s boundaries, revelation of the method, bound by screens, actively discouraged from discovery, the Cryptomatriarchy, the 16th map of Hell, the center of Hell, Ed Gein’s hobby, people who do terrible things, an inverted Zen mirror, a spectrum of irresponsibility, Jimmy Savile & a power abuse system, don’t harm the mechanical, the clean conscience of psychopaths, the Picton farm, reality beyond belief, revulsion & denial, the myth of the serial killer, psychopaths like us.
Part Four: The Ten Billion Commandments
Different upbringings, active and passive sadism in the family dynamic, repetition compulsion, back to Norman, ancestral possession, mirror neurons and enculturation, absent fathers, female totalitarianism, the imposition of safety, the Kali Yuga, the end of man-woman, the language virus, the slippery slope of progressivism, enforced niceness, anti-communication & tone policing, the ten billion commandments, the opulence of the elite, Southampton social dance, hypnotized into transhumanism, the man behind the curtain, the illusion of humanity, the rule of the false identity, the sentimental burglar.
Songs: “Primitive” by Joy Zipper; “The Ascent” by Federale; “Unknowingly” by Kim Jung Mi “Now”; “City of Vampires” by Terry Allen; “Cast No Shadows” by The Mekons.