I’m not particularly interested in becoming more psychic but I’ve known about magic, directly, since I was 18 and encountered some pretty freaky corporate/occult stuff in Germany, not long after that, then a whole lot more after Carol and I started doing this work when I was 50. Not much, in between
Most of the best psychics are women. I think it’s because women are more at home with mental processes than men are. Men are more familiar with emotional processes. We’re conditioned to believe the opposite, of course, and men who are programmed to look down on (to fear) women are handicapped, I think. I never gave it a thought until an accomplished old witch and Indian elder, Dorothy West, explained it to me, based on the ancient traditions she was brought up with. She shared a lot with me.
There is some pretty strong, mysogynistic cultural conditioning throughout most of the planet and women keep that going as much as men do. Some western cultures experienced a sort of backlash since the 1960s; a bizarre sort of female worship (‘gaia hypothesis’ is a corporate-sponsored example) and the scam we call ‘women’s liberation,’ which is just another patriarchal manipulation based on the promotion of lesbianism and of the gov’t-sponsored abortion debacle, not on the issue of equality of sexes at all.
I think women have to just assume the position of equals. It’s not something that can be given by men, though the men who won’t resist it will have a better, happier life for it. The corporate world order are terrified of women, of course, which is maybe why there’s been thousands of years of institutional misogyny, probably culminating in the Catholic Inquisition and the Protestant (masonic) witch trials, then slowly improving after that.
Misogyny: a hatred of women