Did it begin as revolution for justice called by poor women?
Saturday: Evolution of Patriarchy
- تبتهل بعض الامهات الى ربها قائلة لماذا ياربي كتبت علي ان انجب اولاد يعملون اعمال شاقة تفرض عليهم من قبل طبقات معينة.
“Díos, ¿por qué aumenta nuestra productividad sólo para enriquecer a nuestras suegras?” llaman las mamas cuidando los secretos de los cultos maternos que ceden el Tiempo Sobrante de Trabajo durante el tiempo que ya les deben a las suegras, quienes les dan el pan de cada día y les dictan sus tareas para vivir después de la muerte. “Vamos con la tesis, la fe en el padre, escribamos que los hijos de nuestras vírgenes casadas con los hijos de los cultos maternos enriquecidos por nuestra labor, son iguales a sus propios hijos úteros. Los demás serán esclavos.”
(performance text 1st three lines introduce Hypothesis in English; performance continues as performer refers to book: Roman Mythology)
Did it possibly begin as revolution to end injustices called by poor women? Did Indebted matri kin mothers opt in to Patri lineal patrimonies creditor matri-kin mothers extend poor matri-kin men, once the only route to a share of the loot is a paternity suit? Hear poor mothers plea: “Why, by my god’s bounty, am I, in bondage,” cry keepers of mother cult secrets that yield surplus labor in time still owed in-laws, now rulers who give us daily bread and tell time we must labor to live after dead.
By the roman era rulers hear a rebel clamor for a change they blame on a jew for a faith in a father, (and it had taken great faith in a mere hypothesis for Moses to insist a couple of millennia ere rome’s pater familia that jews, today still matrilineal, honor as fathers, their wives’ children as of their mothers. But Rome’s poor who were not jews, got some what confused religious views about ram planting seeds inside empty ewes, judging from the prayer to the Mother goat cult that they used: “Ewes, in the rites of the ewe men, write human rights are now due unto others if sons from virgin brides to sons of Rome, sons who bore arms for you are as sons you bore, citizens of rome, not slaves.” But they made their point. Minerva, Athena in Rome, meets secretly with the Roman matronalia, behind the temple of Juno Moneyta money minter, protectress of the Roman state, childbirth, and all labor. Minerva advises, “Appease the rebel matri-kin with keys to roman citi zenry only passing patrilineally.” “Hello!” says Juno, “that let’s us define those with no patri line proof, as slaves, divided in truth from our citizen masses.” “And we’ll still rule both classes,” chimes in the goddess in whose temple Rome’s records were kept, Vesta, “Virgin state, marriage, wills, if not found in my files, they’re not legal deals.” At the top old ways don’t go away right away, we know for although Julius became Caesar promising his legionnaires “Sons, you’re my heirs”, and the Egyptians(and Greeks) “The son Cleopatra bore me shall rule Rome,” by the will the Vestals fulfilled, Rome’s next Seizer came from within the same matri-kin: Wasn't JuliA the mother of the mother of Augustus? As Kadija was the mother of the mother of Hussein?
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