Possession is Part of Marriage
December 28, 2015
My wife recently asked me why I loved her. Instead of enumerating her good qualities, I simply answered honestly: "Because you belong to me. "
At the risk of being politically incorrect, many men do not seek great beauty, brains or sex, but the simple feeling of "possessing" a woman. In other words, what they seek is a degree of ownership or power. This affirms their masculinity.
And many women have the complementary craving, to totally "belong" to their husband.
This is the key to intimacy, how two people become one. When a man earns a woman's love, she entrusts herself to him. And of course, he aspires to be worthy of this responsibility. Conversely, if a woman foolishly gives herself to the wrong man, she bears the responsibility.
Thus, a woman empowers her husband by accepting his leadership. Men and women were designed to complement each other, not to compete or fight. Most marriages break up due to a struggle for power.
Possession is a practical necessity. A man needs to "own the womb" to ensure his wife conceives his child and not another man's. A woman wants to rear a child that expresses her love for her husband. Sometimes the child is 'a little version' of him.
Marriage is based on the exchange of feminine worldly power for masculine power expressed as love. Of course, women retain other forms of power, i.e. aesthetic, moral, emotional, intellectual etc.
SATANISTS DESTROY MARRIAGE
Men are irresponsible "abusers." Marriage is exploitative and oppressive. Women must be "independent." How can one person belong to another? Women must be "strong and independent."
Our "feminist" political leaders, pundits and educators are dupes and opportunists at best, impostors or traitors at worst. No honest government allows its men and women to be turned against each other.
Similarly, feminism has conditioned men to extend their adolescence by seeking sex instead of marriage and family. Emasculated men can neither demand nor command a woman's trust.
You don't win a woman's trust by attempting to dominate or suffocate her. You want her to want to belong to you. You consult her and consider her wishes.
You accept her individuality. For example, you don't try to impose your ideas. Naturally you will choose someone who has an affinity with you. But you're not looking for a clone. You should value her perspective and appreciate your differences. You complement each other. For example, I am a big picture guy. My wife is detail oriented. I need her.
I get emails from men who complain that their women can't accept the "Conspiracy." So what? Do you really want the madness mirrored back to you? If what we're saying is true, it will become apparent to everyone eventually. People in possession of the truth do not have to proselytize.
As for sex, I can't imagine a man ever insisting on sex when his wife is not in the mood. There's no faster way to turn a woman off. Sex should never be an issue.
On the other hand, a man won't let his wife engage in activities that endanger her or their marriage.
When a man loves a woman, he wants her to be happy. He wants her to want him.
If you are single, narrow the search to women who want you.
Seek feminine receptivity: i.e. the ability to give, trust, belong.