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The 12 Archetypes

maggio 31st, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Mişcarea Dacia

Azure Circe
Moderator · Hyperians
Part 3- The 12 Archetypes

This one is going to be considerably shorter than the other posts I’ve been making on this topic (I can practically hear the collective sigh of relief  ) because it contains some questions to which I would really like you guys to give some thought and then post a response for discussion.

Fun Fact: Carl Jung did not actually invent the *theory* of Archetypes. Plato did. He theorized that non-physical, but substantial forms (or ideas) were imprinted in the soul before it was born into the world. aka Plato’s Theory of Ideas. To Plato, these ideas or archetypes were collective and embodied fundamental characteristics, rather than specific individual ones.

Although Jung believed the number of Archetypes to be for all points and purposes as limitless as the human mind’s capacity for experience, he defined 12 as being symbolic of the most basic human drives and motivations. These particular archetypes show up time and again within our universal stories, legends and myths and are often used as symbols signifying the journey towards individuation and wholeness. Below is the most common description of each.

Keep in mind that one is no “better” than the other, so be honest. Everyone has the capacity and potentiality for all of them within their psyche by dint of sharing the human condition. Each archetype contains its own set of desires, fears, challenges and talents, strengths and weaknesses. Furthermore, these archetypes are broken down into “Types” which are indicative of the underlying motivators or impetus of the manifestation within the psyche. Learning to recognize and understand the archetypes can allow for greater knowledge of self, others and of humanity as a collective.

Most, if not all, people are multifaceted beings and as such, carry within them a combination of archetypal behaviors. Although we usually have one in particular which dominates the psyche. I tend to think of that dominant archetype simply as a person’s inherent nature. This nature may express itself in a number of ways, or even be hidden from view by the persona, depending on the development and unique personal experiences of the individual, but it remains a constant core component of the personality.

– With which 3 archetype/s do you most strongly identify?

– Which one would you say is dominant in your personality?

– Do you recognize any possible shadow content you may have contained within the archetypes opposite to your choices on the wheel?

The Ego Types:
I’d like to note here that the concept of “ego” is often misrepresented and confused with narcissism (that is an entirely different thing). A healthy ego is necessary for a healthy psyche. With out the ego, the “I” of consciousness, one would have no sense of Self at all.

1. The Innocent
Motto: Free to be you and me
Core desire: to get to paradise
Goal: to be happy
Greatest fear: to be punished for doing something bad or wrong
Strategy: to do things right
Weakness: overly trusting, can be naive to the point of foolishness
Talent: faith and optimism
The Innocent is also known as: Utopian, traditionalist, naive, mystic, saint, romantic, dreamer.

2. The Everyman
Motto: All men and women are created equal
Core Desire: connecting with others
Goal: to belong
Greatest fear: to be left out or to stand out from the crowd
Strategy: develop ordinary solid virtues, be down to earth, the common touch
Weakness: losing one’s own self in an effort to blend in or for the sake of superficial relationships
Talent: realism, empathy, lack of pretense
The Everyman is also known as: The good old boy, regular guy/girl, the person next door, the realist, the solid citizen, the good neighbor, the silent majority.

3. The Hero
Motto: Where there’s a will, there’s a way
Core desire: to prove one’s worth through courageous acts
Goal: expert mastery in a way that improves the world
Greatest fear: weakness, vulnerability, being a “chicken”
Strategy: to be as strong and competent as possible
Weakness: arrogance, always needing another battle to fight
Talent: competence and courage
The Hero is also known as: The warrior, crusader, rescuer, superhero, the soldier, dragon slayer, the winner and the team player.

4. The Caregiver
Motto: Love your neighbor as yourself
Core desire: to protect and care for others
Goal: to help others
Greatest fear: selfishness and ingratitude
Strategy: doing things for others
Weakness: martyrdom and being exploited
Talent: compassion, generosity
The Caregiver is also known as: The saint, altruist, parent, helper, supporter.

The Soul Types

5. The Explorer
Motto: Don’t fence me in
Core desire: the freedom to find out who you are through exploring the world
Goal: to experience a better, more authentic, more fulfilling life
Biggest fear: getting trapped, conformity, and inner emptiness
Strategy: journey, seeking out and experiencing new things, escape from boredom
Weakness: aimless wandering, becoming a misfit
Talent: autonomy, ambition, being true to one’s soul
The explorer is also known as: The seeker, iconoclast, wanderer, individualist, pilgrim.

6. The Rebel
Motto: Rules are made to be broken
Core desire: revenge or revolution
Goal: to overturn what isn’t working
Greatest fear: to be powerless or ineffectual
Strategy: disrupt, destroy, or shock
Weakness: crossing over to the dark side, crime
Talent: outrageousness, radical freedom
The Outlaw is also known as: The rebel, revolutionary, wild man, the misfit, or iconoclast.

7. The Lover
Motto: You’re the only one
Core desire: intimacy and experience
Goal: being in a relationship with the people, work and surroundings they love
Greatest fear: being alone, a wallflower, unwanted, unloved
Strategy: to become more and more physically and emotionally attractive
Weakness: outward-directed desire to please others at risk of losing own identity
Talent: passion, gratitude, appreciation, and commitment
The Lover is also known as: The partner, friend, intimate, enthusiast, sensualist, spouse, team-builder.

8. The Creator
Motto: If you can imagine it, it can be done
Core desire: to create things of enduring value
Goal: to realize a vision
Greatest fear: mediocre vision or execution
Strategy: develop artistic control and skill
Task: to create culture, express own vision
Weakness: perfectionism, bad solutions
Talent: creativity and imagination
The Creator is also known as: The artist, inventor, innovator, musician, writer or dreamer.

The Self Types

9. The Jester
Motto: You only live once
Core desire: to live in the moment with full enjoyment
Goal: to have a great time and lighten up the world
Greatest fear: being bored or boring others
Strategy: play, make jokes, be funny
Weakness: frivolity, wasting time
Talent: joy
The Jester is also known as: The fool, trickster, joker, practical joker or comedian.

10. The Sage
Motto: The truth will set you free
Core desire: to find the truth.
Goal: to use intelligence and analysis to understand the world.
Biggest fear: being duped, misled, ignorance.
Strategy: seeking out information and knowledge; self-reflection and understanding thought processes.
Weakness: can study details forever and never act.
Talent: wisdom, intelligence.
The Sage is also known as: The expert, scholar, detective, adviser, thinker, philosopher, academic, researcher, thinker, planner, professional, mentor, teacher, contemplative.

11. The Magician
Motto: I make things happen.
Core desire: understanding the fundamental laws of the universe
Goal: to make dreams come true
Greatest fear: unintended negative consequences
Strategy: develop a vision and live by it
Weakness: becoming manipulative
Talent: finding win-win solutions
The Magician is also known as: The visionary, catalyst, inventor, charismatic leader, shaman, healer, medicine man.

12. The Ruler
Motto: Power isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.
Core desire: control
Goal: create a prosperous, successful family or community
Strategy: exercise power
Greatest fear: chaos, being overthrown
Weakness: being authoritarian, unable to delegate
Talent: responsibility, leadership
The Ruler is also known as: The boss, leader, aristocrat, king, queen, politician, role model, manager or administrator.

Now, some of you may notice something familiar about the attached image and make a correlation to other such symbolic similar imagery of which I will be going over next,  along with a look into the Archetypal symbolism and the journey through the awakening of consciousness to individuation, found in so many of the works all around us.

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Hyperianism vs. The Movement

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Dale Race

‘There are a number of you here who are intimately familiar with the work of Mike Hockney, Michael Faust, Adam Weishaupt, and the Armageddon Conspiracy site. Those of you who are know there was a movement that started ten years ago that was simply called “The Movement.” Under this movement was promoted the rational ideology of Illuminism and the political ideology called Meritocracy. It’s time for everyone to know a brief history of that, why it failed and how Hyperianism has risen from the ashes to complete what was started ten years ago.

The Movement was a 21st century incarnation of a millennia old struggle to defeat the Old World Order and liberate the divine spark within every single person thereby ushering in an age of Enlightenment. It was originally conceived of as a grass roots movement to awaken the common, working class folk to their true potential thereby removing their shackles and defeating the OWO. From the beginning, the Movement was plagued with all sorts of crazy individuals who ended up undermining the entire project. Too many people came to the movement without properly going through their own “metaphorical suicide”, destroying the ingrained brainwashing they received over the years. As a result, there were dozens and dozens of offshoot groups all purporting to be Illuminists and Meritocrats.

The Movement didn’t have unity, so as is the case with any group or movement without a central structure, it fractured and broke down, splintering off into factions all vying for power and recognition. It was hoped that there would arise within this grassroots movement a few upstanding and courageous individuals who would rise to the top and take the reins of leadership, but the exact opposite happened; The Movement was plagued by people who were all talk and who wouldn’t walk the walk. They spoke of wanting to overthrow the OWO, but never actually did anything to make that happen. Instead of getting courageous, world historic individuals, there were only legions of ignavi pretending to care.

Due to the term Illuminism being dragged through the mud by different groups, it was decided that a new approach would be taken with a brand-new name. These terms are, after all, just names and names can be changed and rewritten as our movement has done for literally thousands of years. The only way we’ve been able to survive and make any sort of impact has been by adapting. This is what we’ve done; we’ve adapted yet again, but this time, the time is ripe for a real revolution. This time, Hyperianism will be on the map as the incarnation that made it, the incarnation that actually accomplished what we’ve been longing to accomplish since the time of the ancients. We’ve learned from the past mistakes of The Movement and know now what must be done to liberate the divine spark within every individual and usher in the age of Reason. Every single one of us here is taking part in the continuation of the ever-living current of Reason. We’re all links in an age-old chain and it’s our sacred duty to make this vision a reality.

With that being said, promoting “The Movement” will only be retreading old ground. Hyperianism IS “The Movement” in all but name, except it has learned from the mistakes of the past and adapted. Simply put, The Movement died years ago and should be laid to rest. Anyone interested in continuing where it left off should be doing all they can to promote Hyperianism and #ProjectFallenStar.’

By Apollonius

Why we are so great

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Why do Meritocrats know a few more things than others? Why in fact are we so brilliant? We do not waste our time pondering stupid questions. We do not spend our energy where it is not needed. On matters of religious morality for instance we have no interest. We do not know what it feels like to be “sinful”, nor do we fear a nonexistent person in the sky. We are “free spirits” in the truest sense of the term. We never fail, we learn. We never look backwards, only forwards. We do not follow fashions, trends, slave morality or accept the zeitgeist uncritically. We dissect, destroy and rebuild the world in our own image. What is good for us is good; all else is decrepit, deformed and degenerate.Politically, our primary interest is the salvation of humanity from itself. Look around you: the world is literally insane! We offer the only hope of sanity. Our message is simple – it is time to transvaluate all values. All systems built on unreason will perish in our wake. We’ve tried liberalism, free market capitalist democracy, fascism, communism, anarchism, libertarianism, monarchy, plutocracy, oligarchy, theocracy and all of them have failed miserably. The only system that we haven’t tried is Meritocracy based on Plato’s republic, Rousseau’s social contract and the Hegelian dialectic. In other words, the only system we haven’t tried yet is one based on rationalism lead by supremely rational individuals in the interests of the general will.

Meritocrats recognise that we have now reached peak insanity. Trump represents the apex of human stupidity, thus it is inevitable that the historical dialectic will soon swing wildly towards its antithesis, namely supreme rationalism – Meritocracy. Presently we are insurgents behind enemy lines prudently waiting for our moment to strike. But when our time comes we will usher in a new age of enlightenment and banish all the forces of endarkenment and stupidity that have plagued humanity for millennia. We know there is no messiah, no God willing to intervene and save us. We are the only vanguard of salvation. We are the new Gods in waiting. Join us!

– Pericles

CONSUMERISM

maggio 27th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Mişcarea Dacia

Ralph Bakker:

– Consumerism is used to control the populace by building a society in which political obedience is rewarded with shinny objects.

– Consumerism tampers with human emotions by making people feel empty so they can fill the void with crap.

– Consumerism is based on false dreams; this is why avid consumers tend to be extremely delusional.

– Consumerism is based on false dreams that get the masses to believe that the hell of consuming one’s life away is a utopia.

– Consumerist culture is very conformist in nature because creativity is the antithesis of consumption.

– Consumerism strips away an individual’s identity by shifting their gaze away from political consciousness towards stuff.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends; this is why some people cannot be seen in public without brand name accessories.

– Consumption is used by the ruling class to turn the children of the people into future corporate wage-slaves, aided by credit.

– Consumerism has taken over human lives like an infectious, psychological, disease spreading manically from mind to mind.

– The consumerist-society is an oxymoronic term because consumerism is based on isolation and mental conditioning.

– Consumer culture is anti-creative because it laughs at anyone who questions the corporate ideology of the whole rotting system.

– Many people are addicted to buying stuff because the upper class profits immensely from this addiction.

– Credit is used to accelerate mindless consumption; this is the ultimate method of turning workers into wage-slaves.

– Consumerism is designed to create an anxious populace; this is why children are increasing hyper and lacking in focus.

– Consumerist society is based on mindless mimicry; this is why the capitalist system is losing all sense of creativity and originality.

– Consumerism is dependent on the ideology of instant gratification which turns people into addicts to immediate satisfaction.

– Consumerism turns children into obese symbols of an obese capitalist culture.

– Capitalist profit from consumerism by using it to drive a system based on massive debts.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends; this is why many people will prostitute themselves for brand name items.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends who chase brands like wild maniacs for the sake of peer approval.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends who establish deep relationships with brands instead of human beings.

– Consumerism turns children into apolitical junkies who stare at television ads, ironically enough, in search of meaning.

– Consumerism is not a byproduct of human nature; it is a disease which turns loving human beings into insane consumptive zombies.

– Many people are addicted to buying stuff and their addiction is the only reason why the obese capitalist system continues to survive.

– Mass consumption is mass destruction because it destroys the ecosystem and its ability to sustain itself.

– The consumer-society will destroy itself because it destroys the intellectual capacity of those who believe in it.

– The ideology of consumerism is part and parcel of the imperialist agenda; this is why consumer societies lack revolutionary instincts.

– The consumerist-society is an oxymoronic term because consumerism is designed to crush social solidarity.

– Hollywood promotes consumerism by creating visual flows that are designed to turn citizens into mimicking consumer-fools.

– Consumerism deforms human relationships by putting the focus on transactions rather than personal interactions and ideas of each other.

– Consumerism is designed to create an anxious populace; this is why many people run around chasing gadgets instead of political freedom.

– Consumerism strips away an individual’s identity by turning them into a needy, infantile, consumer.

– The act of consumption is political because in buying products and brands citizens are submitting to the materialist formulation of life.

– The act of consumption is political because when citizens consume products they are subscribing to the ideology of the corporate elite.

– Consumerism tampers with human emotions by exploiting the natural need to belong and turning it towards consumption habits.

– Consumerism is based on false dreams that turn human beings into delusional fanatics of trinkets and gadgets.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends who will do anything, absolutely anything, for luxury brands.

– Consumer society is self destructive because it creates monstrous human beings with violent, insatiable, appetites.

– Consumer culture turns people into status-seeking fiends, destroying their soul by becoming entirely superficial.

– Credit is used to accelerate mindless consumption; this is how the sick capitalist society perpetuates its dying self.

– Consumerism is based on false dreams that penetrate the psychology of the individual and holds them hostage to materialism.

– Mass consumption is mass destruction because it destroys people’s abilities to communicate about anything more than stuff.

– Advertising is used to brainwash people into consumption by making people feel constantly lacking in something or another.

– Consumerism is used by the ruling class to keep the human dialogue focused on stuff instead of political change.

– The consumer society brings out avarice out of human beings, making them constantly want more regardless of the wastefulness.

– Capitalist profit from consumerism by turning human existence into a pathetic sequence of consumptive decisions.

– Consumerism fosters narcissism by promoting celebrity personalities that are highly egotistical and narcissistic.

– Consumerism is dependent on the ideology of instant gratification which turns human beings into drugged up ‘happiness’ addicts.

– The consumer society brings out a general sickness, social apathy, a malaise, a miasma, a perpetual nausea.

– Consumer society is self destructive because it sells a vision of a utopia while laying human creativity to waste.

– Consumerism leads to widening the gap between rich and poor because it puts all power in the hands of those making the crap.

– Consumerism turns children into mental slaves to the ideology of corporate commercialism.

– Consumerism has become its own religion; this is why some people spend $700 on True Religion jeans.

– Responsible citizens must reject consumerism by demanding a society that serves its citizens, not merely conditions them.

– Consumerism captures people’s psychology by turning the human dialogue into an intricate advertisement for goods and services.

– Consumerism has taken over human lives; it has destroyed the psychology of millions of citizens, turning them into shopaholic slaves.

– Consumption is a drug because many people are willing to prostitute their minds in order to attain disgusting luxuries.

– Consumerist culture is very conformist in nature; this is why people who consume avidly are indifferent to political repression.

– The act of consumption is political because when a citizen buys corporate brands they are legitimizing the rule of the corporate elite and bankers.

– Consumerism strips away an individual’s identity by filling their heart with materialistic, vain, ambitions.

– Consumption is a very psychological act because buying the products of corporations makes the populace complicit in its own oppression.

– Responsible citizens must reject consumerism by spreading the seeds of dissent against a decadent social system.

– Consumerism is not a byproduct of human nature; it is anti-human, misanthropic, it reduces people to consuming cattle.

– Consumerism fosters narcissism by killing people’s abilities to relate to each other outside of the ‘who’s better than who’ paradigm.

– Consumerist society is based on mindless mimicry, making it a society which is very bland and fascistically uniform.

– Credit is used to accelerate mindless consumption; this is why many people refinance their homes so they can buy utter crap.

– Consumerism is capitalism’s way of infiltrating human life and turning it into a machine that consumes itself.

– The Consumerist-Society is spiritually dead because it leaves no room for creativity, everything must serve The Economy Boogieman.

– Consumerism tampers with human emotions by using nostalgia to ramp up Christmas consumption.

– Consumerism is used by the ruling class to control the conversation between friends, family members and strangers.

– Consumerism leads to widening the gap between rich and poor because the poor are brainwashed into desiring the products of the rich.

– Consumerism has become its own religion; this is why the masses go to pray at the mall during Holidays.

– Consumerism is used by the ruling class to ensure that the dominant narrative is that of consuming, of stuff, of material desires.

– Consumerism is designed to create an anxious populace because an anxious populace is a politically impotent one.

– Consumerism is dependent on the ideology of instant gratification; this is why ad campaigns make grotesque promises of immediate happiness.

– Consumerism obliterates human spirituality because its goal is to transform human beings into consuming machines.

– Consumerist culture is very conformist in nature because capitalists long to reduce human beings to easily categorized consumers.

– Consumerism is designed to imprison people in debt; this debt then works to coerce them into a lifetime of wage-slavery.

– Consumption is a very psychological act; this is why the majority of consumers are psychologically and thus politically passive.

– Consumerism leads to widening the gap between rich and poor because it destroys the collective identity of the populace.

– Citizens can resist the consumerist impulse by refusing to participate in holidays which are mere commercial charades.

– Consumerism captures people’s psychology by turning the flow of information towards consumer products and services.

– Brands are used to brand people into consumer-slaves to the corporate agenda.

– Consumerist society is based on mindless mimicry; this is why teenagers who choose to deviate are ostracized and bullied.

– Consumer society is self destructive because it is highly dependent on the violent intensity of hedonistic gratification.

– The act of consumption is political because at some point consumers are willing to forfeit all political rights for their dose of stuff.

– Consumerism is capitalism’s way of infiltrating human life and rendering it creatively, spiritually and intellectually obsolete.

– Responsible citizens must reject consumerism or risk having their lives consumed by its ravenous forces.

– Consumerism is self-destructive because it eats away at a human being’s mind and visions.

– Consumer culture is anti-creative because it values stuff over ideas.

– Consumer culture is anti-creative because it does not allow anyone the chance to exist outside of its money-based prisons.

– Consumerism fosters narcissism by planting the seed of self-differentiation based on consumption habits.

– Consumerism is used to control the populace by offering gadgets and trinkets in return for political submission.

– The Consumerist-Society is spiritually dead because it warps human interactions into financial transactions.

– Consumerism tampers with human emotions by making people who don’t have certain products feel like failures.

– Consumerism does not bring leisure to the human race; it brings wantonness, neediness and a disgusting sense of apathy.

– Consumerism is capitalism’s way of infiltrating human life and turning it into a bestial system of consuming the world around it.

– Brands are used to brand people into infantile consumers who feel stupidly empowered by expensive logos and designer objects.

– The consumer society brings out fear out of human beings, the fear of being left behind on some imagined race towards prosperity.

– Consumerism has taken over human lives and only revolution can surgically remove it from the mass psychology of the people.

– Consumerism deforms human relationships by getting people to focus on product releases instead of each other’s thoughts and ideas.

– Many people are addicted to buying stuff because the mass media is a machine designed to intensify consumption.

– Consumption is a very psychological act because it is an expression of people’s mental need to belong to a broken society.

– Consumerism obliterates human spirituality because it destroys a person’s ability to see the world outside of the prism of consumption.

– Many people are addicted to buying stuff because we live in a society that encourages this addiction.

– Consumerism is designed to imprison people in debt; at some point someone has to pay for all the things that are being overconsumed.

– Consumerism is based on false dreams; this is why the capitalist state sponsors lotteries that encourage people to dream away.

– Capitalist profit from consumerism by using it to take back what little allowance the populace is given.

– Consumerism is not a byproduct of human nature; it strips the human mind of all that makes it brilliant and bold.

– Responsible citizens must reject consumerism and adopt a political ideology that revolutionizes citizens instead of numbing them down.

– The consumer society brings out self-hatred out of human beings, so that they are constantly buying a new self-image.

– Consumerism is used to control the populace by promising them ‘happiness’ if they submit to a lifetime of spineless wage-slavery.

– Consumer culture is anti-creative because it values productivity over creation.

– Consumerism has become its own religion; this is why Apple fanatics called Steve Jobs their iGod.

– Consumer culture is anti-creative because it is about selling, buying, consuming; never about knowing and understanding.

– Consumption is used by the ruling class to turn rebellious, bold, children into slaves to material objects and desires.

– Consumption is used by the ruling elite to keep the children of the exploited people amused and distracted by nonsense.

– Consumption is used by the ruling class to ensure that children’s minds remain within the sick worldview of capitalism.

– Citizens can resist the consumerist impulse by defying the advertising industry and deconstructing the shit out of it.

– The Consumerist-Society is spiritually dead because it turns human energy into a mere lubricant for more mindless consumption.

– Consumerist society is based on mindless mimicry; this is why many people fail to create anything authentic in their entire lives.

– Hollywood promotes consumerism by creating the impression that the US is a paradise of consumption,even as 10 million in the US are homeless.

– Hollywood promotes consumerism by selling a vision of life in which everything is available for consumption, all the time.

– Consumerism turns children into obedient automatons that follow orders because following orders is rewarded with stuff.

– The citizen becomes the wage-slave when he sacrifices his intellectual freedom for the sake of brand name rubbish.

– Consumerism obliterates human spirituality because it destroys a person’s ability to see the world outside of the prism of consumption.

– Consumerism has become its own religion; this is why the masses go to pray at the mall during Holidays.

– Consumerist culture is very conformist in nature; this is why advertisements are full of social stereotypes.

– Citizens can destroy their inner consumer by destroying their attachments to the poisons of consumerist-society.

– Consumerism does not bring leisure to the populace; it brings suffering, humiliation, and an absolute destruction of the human community.

– Brands are used to brand people into machines of mass consumption.

RB / JdM”


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