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.


Rachel argues that occult beliefs and practices, such as paganism, demon worship, and witchcraft, heavily influenced the women’s liberation movement (feminism).

She adds that feminism has had negative consequences for both women and men, disrupting economic stability, encouraging the absence of parents in the home, and undermining traditional gender roles.

Rachel makes the point that traditional gender roles, with men as protectors and providers and women as nurturers and homemakers, are rooted in biological and psychological differences, not social constructs.

She criticises the promotion of transgenderism, especially in children, as evil and driven by financial gain and a depopulation agenda.

Feminism is doomed to failure because it is based on an attempt to repeal and restructure human nature.

Phyllis Schlafly

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