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The Five Most Desirable Male Entities Used in Female Pornography, According to Google

by Justin Deschamps, 

An archetype is a term referring to an influence on consciousness that crosses cultural divides. For instance, the fact men and women seek each other out for the purpose of sex, romance, and fellowship is an archetypal human experience—it doesn’t matter where you come from or what you believe, the drive to pair-bond is a human drive. Psychologically, archetypes have an instinctual or biological aspect, wherein certain drives are “hardwired” in the human psyche, such as the desire to survive, to love and be loved, and to seek out joy and play. Within human sexuality, there are ancient drives that influence both men and women.

While there is much to discuss with regard to the nature of men and women, we can claim one thing with a fair degree of certainty: the masculine aspect is a force that creates structure, and order, whereas the feminine aspect nurtures and propagates. What is received by the feminine, through the masculine, ripples out as creation and manifestation. In consciousness, this happens when you choose to be open-minded about something (a masculine active force), which then opens your mind to receive new information (a feminine receptive force), breading new ideas, perspectives, and desires (a child).

Within each of us are both aspects. And in society, as men and women, these aspects playout as well.

Women, by and large, are attracted to men that embody or exemplify certain archetypal traits, such as the successful man, the “bad boy,” the wise father, or the innocent youth.

The following video clip of a Jordan Peterson lecture discusses the influence of archetypes on female sexuality.

Specifically, a group of Google researchers used statistical analysis to pour through pornographic searches of women online. What they discovered matches the psychology of archetypes almost perfectly, that women, again, by and large, are drawn to certain types of male traits.

Having analyzed the psychology of sexual attraction, a few points come to mind to consider.

Women seem to be hardwired, through biology, to seek out competence. They are drawn to men who have proven themselves in some way by grappling with a challenge and gaining status as a result. What decides “success” changes depending on the cultural values at work. But for the most part, a woman determines the potential worth of a male mate based on a social value system.

Psychologists assert that the reason for female drive for competence comes from evolutionary biology. Baring children requires a tremendous time and energy investment on a woman’s part, especially during pregnancy and the first 3 years after birth. While a woman can take a more hands-off approach to raise her children, the research shows again and again that the more nurturing and love a child receives the healthier they’ll become, in almost all respects. This suggests that women need support from those around them to provide optimum parenting support for their children.

What qualities would a man need to demonstrate in order for a woman to feel safe and secure in attaching herself to a man for support, during these trying times of infancy for her children? Whether such a women attaches herself to a man, or a social group, the things she gets insofar as support are effectively equivalent.

The qualities are worldliness, competence, and sagacity—in other words, the ability to make good decisions that are effective and reliable. Whether a woman is a single parent or with a partner, she needs reliable support that actually helps her in her life, and by extension, helps the child. These dependable qualities, from an archetypal viewpoint, are masculine.

Thus, women are hardwired, it seems, to seek out men that can climb the ladder of status, through contests that prove to her he can truly be worldly, competent, and make good decisions.

Generally speaking, whether you’re a man or a woman, the thing that makes you successful is ambition and bravery—the ability to identify something you want, and pursue it, despite the fact you don’t know if you’ll be successful or not.

While women can certainly focus on a goal with all they have, statistically, men are more driven to obsess over something they want. One study showed that only 43% of women are likely to take big risks to advance their careers. This almost obsessive level of focus is what makes men good partners in the childrearing enterprise, because, as history has shown, men will sacrifice almost everything to protect their family, including their own lives.

So what does this have to do with female attraction?

Without citing every point and piece of evidence, I contend that women decide what is valuable and men pursue what women decide so that they can pair-bond with women.

In other words, men are hardwired to build themselves up, gain skill, and climb ladders of social status, so that they are seen as valuable to women. And women, by virtue of the fact they are more social than men, act as the gateways to society and the social world.

Hence, the female attraction archetypes reflected by Google’s study—the billionaire, the pirate, the rebel—are all examples of “beast men”—men who have proven themselves as ambitious and driven but have not been “tamed” by a woman.

A woman, by and large, is hardwired for socialization. Women, in this sense, are the keepers and holders of civilization and society. As such, a man becomes civilized or socialized, in this deeply archetypal sense, by going out into the wilderness, facing the dragon of nature, and coming back to society as an initiated man, a hero. A woman, seeing the hero in a man, seduces him with her female energy, taming his wild soul, and directing his powers of creation for the good of all. The hero is not just the hero for himself anymore, he’s the hero for the tribe, the nation, or the world.

I would argue, this is why most hero stories have a female figure that positively influences the hero, especially when the trial at hand pushes the hero to their limits.

Thus, the power women have to shape society and what men pursue is almost unimaginable. And this is why, I would argue, so much social programming is focused around women (e.g. Disney, romantic comedies, and soap operas.) These influences affect a woman’s sense of what is socially viable, what she thinks everyone else values. Thus, the cost of social programming that invalidates true masculinity, which is what comes from most mass media these days, hinders a woman’s ability to nurture the hero potential within her man, leading to pandemic dissatisfaction of women with men in relationships.

I agree with the notion that nagging is itself a symptom of an internal feminine (whether coming from a man or a woman) that does not know how to nurture the good qualities of another, and so seeks to change another through emotional intimidation and harsh judgment.

In this deeper sense, a woman’s true power of seduction lies not with her physical form, although that plays a major role. Her power is in what she values within a man, at a deeper level. The lost art of female seduction is that when a woman take an interest in a man, in what he pursues and values, she effectively tells him that his value choices are good for her, and by extension, society. This is why, history again shows, the most successful men were supported by women who directed their nurturing feminine energy into the mind of the man. With that cosmic feminine power of creation, all that her light shined on to him grew stronger within him.

Don’t let the terms man or woman confuse you. Remember, we each possess an internal masculine and feminine, which means we each play the role of nurturer or value pursuer in our own lives, for ourselves and those around us.

In closing, the socializing instincts of women have yet to be fully acknowledged, I would argue.

In today’s world, women have been encouraged, through mass media, to complain and decry that which they don’t value, instead of pouring their nurturing energy into that which is good and valuable for all.

But as the feminine reawakens on earth, more women, and men, are discovering the power of nurturing the principles of goodness, altruism, and honor, the principles of abundance that provide for all.

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Physicists believe that parallel universes exist and soon this can be proved

Have you ever caught yourself thinking that you exist in a parallel universe and everything is different there? However, such thoughts, when scientists, rather than ordinary people, indulge in them, can tell a lot about how our Universe works. 

So, one of the latest scientific works of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking was devoted to parallel universes and methods by which one can prove / disprove their existence. But even if parallel universes exist, what are they?

Who knows what you are doing in the parallel universe

What do physicists think of parallel universes?

According to, theoretical physicist Sean Carroll expressed the view that the small-scale structure of the universe indicates the existence of many parallel worlds. Shocking comments were made on the Jeff Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast last year. Carroll says that the fact that tiny particles, such as electrons and photons, do not have a single given location in the universe, suggests that there are many parallel universes.

It should be noted that quantum physics is something that the human imagination does very poorly. For this reason, many pseudoscientists and all kinds of gurus love to mix a couple of words about quantum physics into their own ideas about the Universe. They proudly declare this at seminars and write posts on social networks. As the saying goes, if you do not understand what is happening, start talking about quantum physics. So you need to be very careful and be able to distinguish speculative statements from statements of real scientists.

The theory of the immortal universe is widespread among representatives of the scientific community

In a recently published article on the secrets of the world, we discussed quantum physics – the dance of electrons around the nucleus of atoms. This once again confirms what we already knew – at the quantum level, everything is really different. Just think about it – the empty vacuum of space is filled with tiny particles that constantly appear and disappear. Moreover, Bell’s theorem — a fundamental construction in quantum mechanics — can prove the existence of multiverses. This theorem deals with situations where particles interact with each other, become entangled, and then diverge in different directions. Of course, there are still equations, laws of physics, and laws that must be obeyed, but Carroll does not exclude the possibility that some alternative worlds may indeed exist.

In the past, Carroll put forward several innovative but controversial theories about the nature of time and the Big Bang. According to one of his hypotheses, the Universe did not arise as a result of a gigantic explosion, but is an infinitely ancient, constantly expanding Universe, in which time can flow both forward and backward. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Carroll also believes that quantum physics is not just an approximation to the truth. Now scientists are confronted with the secrets of dark matter and dark energy, and given the fact that not everything is consistent with Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, it is time to address our understanding of the quantum world.

Parallel worlds can be very different from ours, but most likely they have the same laws of physics

In 2011, physicist Brian Green wrote a book called Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of Cosmos. In it, the British physicist and popularizer of science writes that scientists cannot avoid having any version of the multiverse in their studies. Many physicists are thinking about a particular version of the theory of a parallel universe. If all this is complete nonsense, then this is a waste of time and energy. But if this idea is true, then this is a truly fantastic revolution in our understanding of the world and the Universe.

Stephen Hawking also suggested that, thanks to quantum mechanics, the Big Bang gave us an infinite number of universes, not just one. To try to prove the presence or absence of parallel worlds, Hawking, co-authored with Thomas Hertog of Leuven University (Belgium), suggested that if the multiverse exists, it should have left a trace in the relict radiation. A probe with a special detector, which Hawking and Hertog offer to send into space, will be able to detect it. 

So it is possible that Green, Carroll, Hawking and Hertog are right. Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee recently announced their desire to find out whether multiverse or mirror images exist of our own reality. The New Scientist writes about this, so we are waiting for further details and hope that they will succeed soon!

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These people woke up in the future. Their memory erased dozens of years of life

Due to the rare form of amnesia, Naomi Jacobs and Kim Denikola forgot their decades of life. From their point of view, they suddenly found themselves in the future and were able to look from the outside at the changed world and at themselves many years later.

Kim did not know how she ended up in the hospital. On the eve in high school there were final exams. She remembered how she left school and headed for her car – and nothing more. Perhaps an accident has occurred? If so, then everything worked out, because she felt no pain.

The nurse noticed that the patient woke up and spoke to her. “Do you know what year it is?” she asked. The question was part of a neurological test for unconscious patients. “Yes, ma’am,” Kim replied politely. “It’s 1980 now.” The world goes crazy with a Rubik’s cube, Michael Jackson and Blondie, and in theaters, Darth Vader explains to Luke Skywalker who his father is. Kim was 18 years old, she was finishing school.

Kim Denikola with Ricky's friend in 1977 Photo: Kim Harris Denicola
Kim Denikola with Ricky’s friend in 1977 Photo: Kim Harris Denicola

The preoccupied nurse asked another standard question: “Who is the president now?” “Ronald Reagan,” Kim recalled. In November, a former actor won the Democrat election. Jimmy Carter has been at the head of the country since 1977, however, Reagan will enter into the rights only next year – after the inauguration in January. The answer did not at all have the effect that the girl was counting on.

The nurse left and returned with an unfamiliar old man. He turned to Kim as if he knew her well, although she definitely saw him for the first time. No one ever told her what happened. “I felt completely lost,” she says. – I kept waiting and waiting for when mom and dad appear. When you’re 18, it usually does. But they did not come.”

In the toilet, Kim looked in the mirror and saw herself in horror. “There wasn’t the girl I remembered, – “A 56-year-old woman was looking at me.” This was, in her words, the beginning of her “awakening.” She learned that almost 40 years have passed since school exams from her last memory. The unfamiliar old man is her husband, and they have children and even grandchildren, whom she completely does not remember. And the parents died.

Memory loss

According to the stories of relatives and friends, Kim Denikola restored the latest events before losing her memory. In October 2018, she returned from a weekly circle with her catholic church. On the street, her eyes clouded with a terrible headache. The woman called her husband. “He advised me not to drive, but to ask someone from the circle to take me to the hospital,” she says.

Kim Denicola Photo: David Denicola
Kim Denicola Photo: David Denicola

On the way, she lost consciousness – and the memory of everything that happened after 1980. Doctors believe that the woman survived transient global amnesia, but so far have not been able to determine the cause. “No one can say exactly what happened,” the woman complains. – It could be a microstroke that cannot be seen, or a small traumatic brain injury. Or perhaps a reaction to a cure for muscle pain that I took the night before the incident.”

People lose their memory in different ways. Soap opera characters who do not remember their name, past, or other people suffer from retrograde amnesia. With it, access to information about past events is partially or completely lost, but the rest of the memory is not disturbed.

Anterograde amnesia deprives people of the ability to create new memories. They remember everything that happened to them before the illness, but forget about what happened yesterday, an hour or even a minute ago. It was the suffering of the main character of the film “Memento”, directed by Christopher Nolan in 2000.

Transient global amnesia, which hit Kim Denikola, has the traits of both retrograde and anterograde amnesia. A person does not forget who he is and does not lose his skills (for example, the ability to drive a car), but loses his memory of the past and for some time loses the ability to create new memories. Fortunately, not forever. In most cases, transient global amnesia passes in a few hours or days, less often – weeks. Everything ends safely.

The most important memories, the hero of the film "Remember" tattooed on his skin Shot: the film "Remember"
The hero of the film “Memento” tattooed on his skin his most important memories. Frame: the film “Memento”

In 2012, the Dutch writer Daan Heerma van Voss faced transient global amnesia. The loss of memory was so short that it seems almost a curiosity. 

“All day friends, relatives and former lovers came to me to talk about what, in their opinion, was part of my life. I listened, nodded and instantly forgot their words, –he told New York Times. Gradually, I calmed down, and all my memories returned to me (however, who can guarantee that it is really all of them?). I was told that I did not have a stroke, there are no signs of permanent brain damage either. According to the doctors, I was in great shape.”

Journey to the future

The story of Naomi Jacobs from the UK, who survived transient global amnesia in 2008, is much like the case of Kim Denicola. Once she woke up with full confidence that she was 15 years old – 17 years less than in reality. “I remember looking at myself in the mirror and screaming, –she writes . – From the point of view of a 15-year-old girl, what I saw was horror. Who is this aging woman with wrinkles, spots and bags under her eyes? ”

Jacobs compares her feelings with time travel. Everything was new to her – both the world and her own life. But she, unlike Denikola, forgot only 17 years. She was transported into the future by as many as 38 years. “It was very interesting to see how much everything is different now than in the 1980s, how much has changed,” she says. – I did not know about Donald Trump, did not know who Barack Obama or Bill Clinton are. “

Naomi Jacobs Photo:
Naomi Jacobs Photo:

The only computer that she came across in 1980 was in the school library. “It was a big white box in which you had to insert a floppy disk to record information,” the woman says. “The last TV I remember was a drawer on the floor.” To switch the channel, I had to get up and go up to it. And now our TV is hanging on the wall, it is very narrow and thin. When you watch it, it’s a completely different sensation. ” She liked the video chat on the phone, the social networks were rather perplexing (to her taste, there are too many unnecessary disputes), and the television got better, but the dominance of advertising spoils everything.

Jacobs was more shocked by the meeting with himself. In her youth, she had no doubt that she would do something creative. Perhaps she will become a journalist and will travel around the world. “At 15, you don’t know who you will be at 32,” she admits. – When I woke up in the future, I wanted to say: “Wait, it’s not like I wanted.” I turned out to be a single mother, who vegetates with a cat in a tiny apartment and drives some kind of pimped. I had no work, I studied as a psychologist and lived on handouts from the state. How could this happen? I was terribly disappointed. “

New life

At first, Jacobs did not want to go to the doctors. It seemed to her that the next day she would wake up in the past, and everything would be fine. When this did not happen, the woman took out a diary that had been kept for almost 20 years and began to read it. There were answers to all her questions.

For Kim Denikola, the diary was replaced by a box of old photographs. “I’m slowly learning to connect names and faces, learning to live in 2019,” she says. Her amnesia has not passed for three months, and doctors do not exclude that the memory is lost forever.

Jacobs was lucky: her memory recovered after seven weeks. Seeing herself from aside, she decided to start her life anew. “Now everything is different,” she writes. – When I wake up, I focus on what is really important. I try to do something at least once a day that makes me like to be me. I used to be surrounded by people, because of which I thought of myself badly. After amnesia, I realized that you don’t need to think like that. This has become the foundation on which I am now building my life. ”

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The triangle of being. Do we live in 3 universes at the same time?

We are used to thinking that the Universe is what surrounds us. The universe includes galaxies, solar systems, stars, planets and ourselves. But what if the universe is in each of us? And not one, but two. Total, three Universes in which each person lives. Let’s look at each of them in more detail.

1. The universe is reality . This is what is around us, the visible Universe, the cosmos, physical reality.

2. The universe is thinking . Information, logical chains, assumptions, conclusions, judgments, a system of views and values ​​… all these are components of the second Universe in which a person lives. What happens in the head of an individual person may not be connected with the universe-reality. Human thinking is the world that each of us creates for himself. Creates, modifies and complements. Thus, each of us people is the creator of a whole unique Universe.

3. The universe is a dream . This Universe, in which two others meet: reality and thinking, but it is not only a meeting place. Dreams have their components, as in other universes, their objects and the connections between them, there is some logic, meaning. However, a person can not always understand the meaning of sleep. It is believed that dreams are formed from a person’s previous experience. But this is a very simple explanation that is not true. Often people in dreams see what is not and was not in their lives, not at all on this planet and in its visible surroundings. In the future, the Universe-dream will become more understandable, predictable and manageable. Yes, people of the future will be able to choose what to watch in a dream, and in detail. It is possible that such technological solutions will appear in the Universe-reality in the coming decades.

Thus, each of us does not live in one Universe, but in three at the same time. Apparently, each of them is somehow connected with the rest. For example, the thought that has arisen (Universe-thinking) may be the result of a dream (Universe-dream) and serve as a reason for creating an object (Universe-reality).

The triangle of being is three Universes, the first of which was created by man (the Universe-reality), the second is created by man (the Universe-thinking), and the third is the result of the interaction of reality and thinking (Universe-dream). The triangle of being is not static. He is in constant motion. Due to this, every day we think not the same thoughts, every night we see different dreams and what is happening in reality today does not coincide with what happened yesterday.

The triangle of being is always growing. The universe-reality is expanding, new stars, planets, new objects created by man appear, … The universe-thinking generates new thoughts and connections between them, people today know more than yesterday. The dream universe every time shows a person a new result of the interaction of reality and thinking, adding something of their own, thereby increasing the number of dreams a person sees.

Three Universes in which a person lives … Or maybe there is a fourth, which is hidden from our view and understanding?

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