Promoting Women, Part VI


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“Men should help women become more powerful and women should help men become more powerful.” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts

By Catherine Austin Fitts

One of the great insights at the Breakaway Civilization conference was an appreciation of the efforts being made by those who control the purse strings to attract and engage the most talented young people and scientific and engineering talent into secret projects and operations. The giant sucking sound is not just money disappearing from the public and private financial systems, but human and intellectual capital as well.

In my experience the Breakaway Civilization leadership has a very high percentage of males and they promote a culture which is relatively “high testosterone.” So it is even more interesting that they are promoting women as the leaders of the overt economy that is “left behind” and promoting cultural change that many men find very limiting of their personal power and sexuality.

This is a topic that I would like to explore further with the researchers and investigators interested in understanding the breakaway phenomenon and, most important, who would like to imagine and create a “breakaway civilization” of our own. We had a brief discussion at the conference, which was one of my favorite moments. Here is a clip of my discussion with Bonnie Faulkner about the Q&A that delved into this topic with Richard Dolan, Joseph Farrell and myself on our panel on June 28th.

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2 Comments

  1. I already feel like i am a part of a breakaway, a breakaway of mind. Perhaps it is nothing new but it appears that there is a societal level change in consciousness occurring at present and some are caught up in it. Similar changes occurred between 1762 and 1778 which was the last time Pluto transited Capricorn in it’s 250ish year cycle. These are changes that occur when the lies of the dominant model become apparent to it’s denizens.

    If the dominant model is patriarchal, as it currently is, then this is where we need to look and perhaps where some are already looking.

  2. Is the “clip of my discussion” you reference in the last sentence referring to :

    a) the quote at the top of the page OR

    b) is there a link to a video that I can’t find?

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