6. The Patrix
Global civilization is in the grip of the most extreme form of female domination in the history of the species. As we saw in the previous chapters, the media-promoted myth of sexual “equality” masks the fact that the culture is in the midst of a massive shift from male to female dominion. Likewise the “sexual freedom” that prevails is heavily influenced by the darkening of the population via global cross-migration and racial interbreeding. The world has detumesced into the flaccid latter stages of the Kali Yuga, in which the mass of people are tech-addicted “humatons”, men are boys (or girls in drag), and women are second-rate simulations of men.
To escape from the castrating fantasyland and chart a course to a viable white future, we have to crack through the crust and drill down to the deepest layer of human life and sexual reality: the primal foundation. Paleolithic cultures are totally male-dominated, with the big exception of black Africa for anthropological reasons that pivot on race. Everywhere else the pattern is that men use their superior physical strength and their yang nature to create a perimeter that bounds the tribe geographically and psychically; it protects the kindred from the predators surrounding them, and also prevents them from leaving the sphere of influence. The women and children are encompassed by this sphere like the living walls of a womb: it gives them life, and breaking out of it would mean death. Thus it could be called a matrix, which means “womb”; but because it is male we rename it the Patrix.
In the Patrix there is no law but that of nature, instinctively understood and obeyed by all, enforced externally by the hostile powers beyond the Patrix and internally by the collective will of the men of the tribe. Here’s a brief look at the mating customs that naturally evolve within the Patrix, drawing from a field study of primal European tribes preserved in the historical record:
Further chapters unveil the customs of the Eastern branch of the race, the ancient Aryans:
The main difference can be told in a paraphrase of a famous couplet on the subject:
Higamous, hogamous, the West was monogamous;
Hogamous, higamous, the East was polygamous.
The common element, of course, was that both erotic traditions were nestled firmly within the Patrix.