Cenocracy.org: Female Leadership Prologue 3
Female Leadership Prologue
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Introduction to series pg. 1

Women must throw out their old moth-ridden Archetypal Wardrobe.

The stage acts and scenery (garments, costumes, jewelry, language, prop accoutrements) so prevalent in the many styles of White washing, Black washing, Brown washing, Red Washing, Yellow washing, LGBTQ washing, etc., will not correct centuries of being emotionally, mentally, financially and physically screwed by men and the unscrupulous self-serving leadership roles of women; whose psyche has embraced a male-dominant world-view concealed beneath the mannerisms and dress associated with a presumed women's progressive trail-blazing efforts— that are not under-scored with the ego-centricities characteristic of many male leaders who use the labors of the many to support and enrich the profits of a few... sustained by a hierarchy of laws and traditions long past their time of attrition.

Introduction to series pg 2

Androgyny - Archetypes - Astrology
(A misinterpreted Trinity for Enlightening One's Consciousness)...
Introduction to series pg 3

Yin and Yang polarities
(Another illusion-producing philosophy)
Old Soul page 1 Old Soul page 2
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3 4
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Brain Hemisphere Attributes 1

(The beginning of an Awakened Female Psyche)
Brain Hemisphere Attributes 2

(Is this an awakened female psyche or a female psyche having adopted a male psyche game plan?)
Brain Hemisphere Attributes 3

(How does an awakened female psyche contend with a dominant Neanderthal mentality?)

"You-ness- We-ness- Us-ness"

"Me- Myself- I"

Little, non-essential things bogging you down.

They-ness- Their-ness Them-ness

Hyper-sensitivity Hyper-awareness Female Super-sanity

(Female "intuition" is one of the old Archetypal garments distributed widely by men who want to control women by asserting "given" labels that women eagerly wear to attract those men who like ancient clothing... like fig leaves, animal skins, and raw/lewd nudity)
Page forthcoming Page forthcoming
Page forthcoming Forthcoming:

A New Age of humanity can spring forth from a collective acknowledgment.


FWT Homepage Translator

On the previous Prologue (2) page was mentioned the topics of Archetypes, Astrology, Birthstones, Chakras, and Hemispherical differentiation of the brain. Let me now present a short list of items related to the concept of Yang and Yin, since they are not only relegated to representing male and female characterizations but also the idea of unity that can be analogously conveyed in terms of representing the two hemispheres of the brain with a inter-relating corpus callosum, but helps to set the stage of deciphering the different hemisphere attributes with a greater degree of fundamentalization that we may analogously label as a more basic archetypal portrait which will be detailed later on as the discussion continues.

In the following chart, we see a recurring usage of the descriptive "yin and yang" instead of "yang and yin". Whether this is due to a male-created tradition or women generally like to place themselves first, is anyone's guess. However, whenever a list is discovered, we must wonder if it was created by a man or woman, and whether they have any gender-centered orientations (ulterior-motives). There also is a need to re-think which sides the male and female are on, because in terms of brain hemisphere attributes, the creative side is associated with the right hemisphere, while logic (and math and language, etc...) is associated with the left hemisphere. Then again, in terms of the affected body side when a person has a stroke, the opposite side of the body is identified. Hence, in placing the male on the right and the female on the left, we would have to differentiate between the body and the brain. But such a consideration does not appear to have been a part of the original duality. The list of dualities also does not account for a third item such as the "Hot" as distinguished from warm and cold or the "super-consciousness" as a distinction between un-conscious and conscious or "super-sanity" as a distinction from insanity and sanity, unless one goes in the other direction such as describing a "non-conscious" that can be differentiated from an "un-conscious" one. While a third position is alluded to when one speaks of "balance", there is no specific "Triality" that is achieved when combining one monality with another monality (signified by some as a duality (with its numerous identities) or dualism).

According to the The New World Encyclopedia on Yin and Yang the origin of Yin and Yang is said to have arisen in an agrarian setting revolving around the Sun, which in itself does not detail solar worship, but it does give evidence for the realization of the Moon and its associated references such as shade, cold, darkness, etc. This encyclopedic account also speaks of a linguistic and not ideological preference for putting Yin before Yang when referencing the two. In this reference: Gender in Chinese Philosophy, we find that the usage of Yin and Yang as specific references to gender, "was commonly appropriated as an ideological tool for backing the oppression of women." Let's move on to some references of Yin and Yang, noting that most of the examples are not necessarily those which were originally used by ancient philosophers, and might well bring some argumentative response for one or another examples. While I took liberally from the internet, I also added a few dichotomies which stretched into providing some linguistic variations of sexism, though we could just as well dip our toes into the topic of Dualistic Cosmology

Yin- Female/Feminine Yang- Male/Masculine Yin- Female/Feminine Yang- Male/Masculine
Left BODY side Right BODY side Time Space
Right BRAIN Hemisphere Left BRAIN Hemisphere Emotion Reason
old young Positive (energy) Negative (energy)
Artificial Natural Non-polar Polarity
Earth Heaven Activity Rest
Head in the clouds Down to Earth Fantasy Reality
Moon (weakness and the goddess Changxi) Sun (strength and the god Xihe) Generates Grows
Darkness Light Expansion Contraction
Religion is for women God is for men The only difference between men and boys is the price of their toys. The only difference between women and girls is the price of their curls.
(H.O.B note: I coined this expression years ago.)
Black White Decrease Increase
Despair, anxiety, depression Hope, Sobriety Drunkenness
Peace War Keeper of the flame/ Manager of the Hearth Trail blazer/ Torch bearer
Preoccupied with dreams Preoccupied with visions Recreates Pagan ideologies into Yin composites Refashions Pagan ideologies into Yang imagery
Night Day Round Flat
Inclined towards neurotic (artistic/creative) behavior Inclined towards psychotic (political/business) enterprises Eyes set close together like a varmint (instinctually driven) Eyes set apart like a human (logic/reason driven)
Yielding Aggressive Rising Descending
Giver Taker Advocates True Democratic values (sharing/equality) Advocates Despotic Democratic values (ownership/separate but equal)
Unconscious Conscious Above Below
Passive Active Above the Waist Below the Waist
Warm Cold Exterior- out Interior- in
Concerned with Housework Concerned with Yard work Excellent map reader/Lousy with giving directions. Lousy map reader/Excellent with giving directions.
Soft Hard Back Front
Valleys Mountains North (side of the hill} South (side of the hill)
East West Head Body
Shady side Sunny side Rest Movement
Autumn Spring Winter Summer
Death Life Function Structure
Concerned with family and home Concerned with work and job Long Average life span Short Average life span
water (transformation) fire (creativity) Qi (energy) Blood and bodily fluids
even numbers odd numbers Life Death

Interestingly, if Yin... the female... is associated with even numbers, then the representative expression "yin and yang" should be reversed (yang and yin) so that yin comes second in order.

poor rich Health Sickness
Spendthrift Frugal Communicatively open Communicatively closed
Poverty wealth Cycle of the seasons from spring to winter Cycle of the seasons from to winter to spring
Cold hot provides spirit to all things. provides form to all things.
Inclined towards Elective (easy) course subjects Inclined towards Core (hard) course subjects great cook/ great housekeeper Great Chef/Great Domestician
Energy Matter down up
Collection of yin and yang polarities image 1
Collection of yin and yang polarities image 2
Language and Sexism used in business
Sexism in Language image 2

Yin reaches it’s height of influence with the winter solstice. Yin may also be represented by the tiger, the colour orange and a broken line in the trigrams of the I Ching (or Book of Changes).

Yang reaches it’s height of influence with the summer solstice. Yang may also be represented by the dragon, the colour blue and a solid line trigram.

Collection of yin and yang polarities image 3

Left and Right Brain Hemispheres page 1
Yin and Yang
Taijitu (polarity examples)
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Yin and Yang
Yin & Yang: The Unity of Opposites

Power of Sexism in Everyday Language

For additional slang words used to describe girls/women or boys/men:

Slang words used only to describe women
Spanish Slang for girl
Online Slang Dictionary: Browsing page 1 of words meaning woman, women, female (210 words total)
Online Slang Dictionary: Browsing page 1 of words meaning man, men, male (77 words total)
  • Yin: negative/passive/female principle in nature, the moon, shaded orientation, covert; concealed; hidden, negative, north side of a hill, south bank of a river, reverse side of a stele; in intaglio Stative verb- overcast.
  • Yang: positive/active/male principle in nature, the sun, in relief, open; overt, belonging to this world, [linguistics] masculine, south side of a hill, north bank of a river.

Source: Wikipedia: Yin and Yang

The Black Section

The black area represents yin with the following characteristics:

  • Female: This energy is the opposite of masculine (yang) energy.
  • Passive: Yin energy is restive and receptive.
  • Intuitive: The inner sense of understanding life and its nuances resides in yin energy.
  • Creative: The yin energy builds up and bursts forth with creativity that motivates yang energy into action.
  • Moon: The phases of the moon and movement of the moon affect the yin energies on Earth.
  • Dark: The darkness represents the all the expression of yin energy.
  • Cold: The lack of light in darkness brings cold. Coldness becomes a respite from heat in light.
  • Submission: Yin energy provides a balance against aggressive yang energy.
  • Contracting: The ever expanding energy of yang is reined in when balanced with yin's contracting force.
  • Downward seeking: The yin cycling part of chic energy always seeks a downward movement.
  • Downward movement: Yin energy moves downward in preparation and building up of energy transforming into the rising yang energy. This is the perpetual cycle of chi.
  • Night: The absence of day brings the bold and darkness of night; a time of rest.
  • Soft: Yin energy is soft, making it flexible and capable of bending and giving.
  • Stillness: With the downward movement yin energy becomes quiet and still.
  • Still water: Yin energy rests in lakes, ponds, deep waters and only in ebbing tides.

The White Section

The white area represents the yang with the following characteristics:

  • Male: Yang is the male energy of chi energy and the opposite of yin (female) energy. Together they complete a balance of chi energy.
  • Active: Yang energy is powerful and energetic. It is the energy of creation.
  • Active water: Yang energy drives currents in rivers, streams, oceans and the rising tides.
  • Logical: Yang energy resonates with the logical mind that tempers the creative mind.
  • Enlightenment: Yang energy motivates and inspires to understand and reach enlightenment.
  • Bright: A property of the light is its brightness that illuminates the dark.
  • Sun: The movement of the sun affects the yang energy on Earth.
  • Light: The light follows the dark as night gives over to day.
  • Creation: Yang energy is movement and burst forth with aggressive energy.
  • Dominance: The yang energy dominates in its strength and massive force.
  • Upward movement: A product of the downward movement of yin energy, yang energy blasts upwards.
  • Strong: The opposite of yin weakness, yang energy lifts away from yin energy towards fullness.
  • Hot: The friction of movement generates heat.
  • Expanding: As yang energy bursts free of yin energy, it grows in its upward movement, forever expanding.
  • Hard: Where yin is soft and flexible, yang energy is hard and unbending.
  • Movement: Yang energy moves upwards and expands.
  • Mountains: The mountains rise up from the earth just as yang energy.
  • Ocean tides: The tides are cyclical and rise and fall in a never-ending continuous motion.
  • Day and night: The turning of the Earth generates the pattern of the rising sun and the setting sun. This generates day and night.
  • Rain: This is the water cycle of Earth. Rain is generated from heat, moisture and the upward movement of droplets becoming heavy and then fall in a
  • downward movement.
Deeper Yin Yang Meanings You Need to Know

To the above lists of polarities, since this pattern should be situated in the reader's mind at this point, let us add a list labeled as "persistent dichotomies" used in a psychology course, which are not aligned with an intent to describe genderized traits... (In other words, we are switching labels such as between Polarities → Dichotomies though other "two-focused" words are alternatives:

Let me add one "two" example to the following list: Nature - Nurture. The list comes from:


  • Conscious mentalism - Unconscious mentalism: Emphasis on awareness of mental structure or activity vs. unawareness; coincides with rationalism - irrationalism dichotomy.
  • Behaviorism - Mentalism: Proper study of psychological focuses on objective content or on subjective content.
  • Determinism - Indeterminism - Nondeterminism: Human events completely determined by antecedents and explicable vs. determined but incompletely explicable vs. not determined.
  • Empiricism - Rationalism: Major, if not exclusive source of knowledge is experience vs. reason.
  • Functionalism - Structuralism: Psychology should describe adaptive activities vs. elemental classes and contents.
  • Mechanism - Vitalism: Activities of living beings completely explicable by physiochemical constituents vs. not so explicable.
  • Molecularism - Molarism Small versus Large units of behavior.
  • Monism - Dualism: Fundamental principle or entity in universe is of one kind vs. two kinds, mind and matter.
  • Nativism - Empiricism: Thought and behavior emerges from innate structures vs. emerges from experiences.
  • Subjectivism - Objectivism: Introspective accounts of experience do, or do not, constitute valid data.
  • Universalism - Relativism: Is the world an objective entity, the same for everyone, or is it relative to the perceiver?

Alternative links for the above list:

Let's Talk Peace page 6
Let's Talk Peace page 42
Patterns of Two in illusions can be found on this page.

Whereas I had initially planned to begin the discussion of brain hemisphere attributes on this page, my foray into the depths of the Yin and Yang polarities took up more space (since I kept adding information), than I had thought to do so. I will pursue such a course on the next page by leaving this one with an excursion into the I-Ching notion of Trigrams, which are actually Bigrams.

Let's take a look at a presumed triad structure from the ancient I-Ching yin/yang dualistic philosophy labeled as "triads", but that on a closer examination with respect to an applied numerical formula viewing what can be called a set theory, we see evidence for considering the presence of a Monogram and Bigram structure... but not an actual trigram in terms of this enumeration:

Distinguishing what are monograms, bigrams and trigrams

Let's now take a look at Boolean Logic with its basic And, Or, Not configuration, keeping in mind it is focusing on the application of two items for three different contexts and not three items, suggesting it is the representation of a "2" frame of mind transitioning into a "3" frame of mind:

Boolean algebra is based on the principles of mathematical logic developed by the 19th century mathematician George Boole. It is the study of operations carried out on variables that can have only one of two possible values (see binary); i.e., 1 (true) and 0 (false). As ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY, and DIVIDE are the primary operations of arithmetic, AND, OR, and NOT are the primary operations of Boolean logic. In the Pascal programming language a boolean variable is a variable that can have one of two possible values, true or false.

In another sense, Boolean algebra is an algebra in which the binary operations are chosen to model the union and intersection operations in set theory. For any set A, the subsets of A form a Boolean algebra under the operations of union, intersection, and complement.

Examples of boolean algebra

Five basic logic statements are illustrated here. In any of them, if A is true then the table will show a "1", if A is false there will be a "0". In the statement AND, C is true (i.e. there is a "1" in the truth table) when A and B are true, but it is false if either A or B is false. With OR, C is true if either A or B is true and it is only false if both A and B are false. NOT has one input and one output, its function is to reverse "true" and "false"; when applied to AND and OR, their inverses, NAND and NOR, result. The Boolean statements shown here are also illustrated by symbolic circuit elements (inputs on the left and outputs on the right) and by Venn diagrams as in set theory (the outcome is shown by the shaded areas.

Source: Boolean Algebra

Notice in the following image about the basic AND, NOT, OR illustration of Boolean logic, that only two animals are used to configure an idealized three-part schematic, like the pairing of amino acids similar to the usage of pairing by early humans and some animals that group (but neither necessarily count in a serial-like fashion as we are taught in grade-school). Like primitive uses of developing number systems in which words for the quantity of One, than Two arose into human conscious, with each experiencing their own measures of cognitive limitation (around which their social orders were affixed and operated "commercially" on)... before a third value called "many" (instead of a singular "three") arose with its own moment-in-time period of mental limitation, before the words, four and then eventually five and so on, came into usage. These same types of small number configurations are likewise found in Morse Code and Braille, as further examples of the human mind replaying the same early (primitive) development of counting systems which eventually come to create larger numbers as a result of repetition and placing into sets such as the ones, tens, hundreds place values separated by a comma. (And in mentioning this to some colleagues, they arise at several different answers as explanation which amount to rationalizations which are meant to preserve the idea that they think in progressive terms, and not merely primitive patterns with different labels).

Boolean logic is not colloquial logic

Boolean Logic- Rebekah's 2.0 Web Tools: Boolean Logic is not Logical
Vision types- H. Arnold Papernick O.D.: Vision Therapy
Source for inclusive information about the so-called Triads of the I-Ching:
Trios or Trinities or Triptych page 2

Page Origination: Wednesday, 26th September 2018... 3:45 AM
Initial Posting: Friday, 5th October 2018... 2:25 PM
Updated Posting: Thursday, 8th November 2018... 8:07 AM