A CREATIVE CONTRADICTION IN TERMS

Despite the fancy of that ancient Hebrew scribe, presumed author of Genesis, life continues to favour the female sex (primary gender) as much now as before, and to render the concept of a male Creator so hugely implausible in relation to the underlying objective reality of both the Cosmos and Nature as to be virtually incredible, that is to say, inconceivable.

I, at any rate, can’t bring myself to believe in ‘Him’,  even though I have no doubt that, in relative terms, the stellar-like creative force, power, impulse or what have you, behind the Cosmos and even Nature was and remains fundamentally female in its noumenal objectivity and vacuum-divergent disposition, a metachemical power which I have long associated not with ‘God the Father’ but with ‘Devil the Mother’, even if the hype, as it were, of Devil the Mother as God the Father (and hence ‘She’ as ‘He, Cosmos as Universe, metachemistry as metaphysics, Beauty as Truth, etc.) was, I have to say, an understandable and, from a male standpoint, even estimable subterfuge for palliating the overwhelming evidence of both female precedence of anything male and underlying female power through free will – the seductive power, not least, of beauty.

So the idea that a male Creator would so slant things against males as to give females all or most of the advantages … frankly, it beggars belief.  Which is something that the ancient Hebrew scribe signally overlooked, as might be expected from a male standpoint.  For, after all, is it not better, nay, more natural for a male to put a male slant on things, despite ample historical or social evidence to the contrary of that particular slant?

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