Occult influences deeply permeated the women’s liberation movement, an aspect often overlooked in the established narrative.
This unearths a complex, obscured history, challenging preconceived perceptions. Integral to this narrative are elements such as demon worship, witchcraft, and CIA involvement, making the history of feminism far from honest.
The assumption that women’s liberation, particularly in the West, had a universally positive impact is false.
Women (and men) are in a worse position as a result.
Rachel Wilson, author of Occult Feminism: The Secret History of Women’s Liberation, argues that feminism disrupted economic stability for women, turning them into unwitting subjects of corporate exploitation and government taxation.
Equally significant is her analysis of feminism’s catastrophic effect on the family, leaving women (mothers) more vulnerable than ever.
Feminism, Rachel says, is a form of deceptive manipulation, employed to shift societal order and personal identities, accelerated by the Industrial Revolution.
Acknowledging the impact of easy divorce, the complete dissolution of family unity, and the total abandonment of traditional gender roles is unavoidable.
The complete reversal of the social order, largely because of feminism, has had a profound impact on the lives of men too.
To quote Rachel, what were women liberated from?
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