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A Man’s Guide To Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Article originated here Contents:1.) Introduction 2.) Why Do More & More Men Need Testosterone Replacement Therapy? 3.) What Are The Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy? 4.) Your Questions on TRT Answered 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction I have tried to make this guide as comprehensive as possible. I am not above updating it and…

Gendernomics: Curves and Complications
Article originated hereThe SMV graph by Rollo Tomassi has become one of the cornerstones of Red Pill theory. The chart demonstrates the development of the sexual market value for men and women across time. The graph is quite information dense, and the major difference between the sexes is that as male sexual market value is…
John Lewis Burckhardt’s Pioneering Explorations And Travels In Arabia
Article originated hereBefore Sir Richard Burton, there was John Lewis Burckhardt.  Like many of the great names featured in these pages, he is little known today; but he sacrificed his life in the cause of discovery, and acquired a knowledge of the Arabic language and Islamic customs that has been surpassed by very few–if any–Westerners. …
Forensic Linguistics: The Footprint Of Language
Article originated hereThere is a very good miniseries playing on Netflix right now called Manhunt.  It is a drama about the pursuit and capture of Theodore Kaczynski, the so-called “Unabomber” who confounded law enforcement for decades until he was finally captured in 1996.  His case had been the longest and costliest in American law enforcement…

Gendernomics: The Contrast Effect
Article originated hereThis has been a strange couple of weeks, we’ve found out that many Hollywood Male Feminists are creeps (which quite frankly wasn’t a massive surprise) as per the Brimstone Preacher Principle. Rollo posted two very good essays [1,2] on what “creepy” means when women say it. The red pill experienced it’s first brush…

Gendernomics: On Value Part 3
Article originated hereThis is part 3 of a multi-part post. Part 1 – Part 2 Internal and External Value Multipliers I’ve written about value multipliers previously, in “Game as a Value Multiplier“, where I define a multiplier as: “A multiplier is a very simple concept, it’s an added variable that either serves to increase or…
Review of the Wim Hof Method: does it work?
Article originated hereBreathing. We all do it. But we never talk about how to breathe. And that’s a shame. You see, learning how to breathe properly is of great importance. There are times when you need to say something smooth and witty. Maybe you’re talking to a girl you’re interested in. Or maybe you’re the…
On The Forgetting Of Offenses And Insults
Article originated hereIt is a good thing for us to cultivate our aggressive spirit.  Life requires participation, and participation demands endurance and adrenaline; and he who enters battle with a spirit of meek submissiveness is likely to get precisely what he asks for.  All this is true.  Yet the patient endurance of the pack-mule may…

Gendernomics: On Value Part 5
Article originated hereThis is the 5th and final part of a 5 part essay. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 My reason behind writing this essay was to demonstrate the many factors  that goes into determining a person’s sexual market value, and why one will never be able to create an iron-clad framework…

What separates professionals from amateurs
Article originated hereIt doesn’t matter who you are, or what you do. Being able to separate the wheat from the chaff… The pros from the amateurs… It’s paramount to achieving success in life. In fact, it’s one of the most powerful skills you can have. Let me explain. There are two levels to everything. There’s…
When To Wait, And When To Strike
Article originated hereThere are times in a leader’s experience when it will be prudent to watch and await developments.  Sometimes more is to be gained by figuratively taking off one’s pack, sitting down on the side of the road, and monitoring the flow of events, than by leaping into the fray.  On the other hand,…
The Fragility Of Historical Knowledge: The Case Of Lorenzo Boturini In Mexico
Article originated hereIn the modern era we like to think of knowledge as something indelibly fixed and permanent.  We take it for granted that it will always be here, like the Great Pyramid, and are apt to overlook the bitter struggles that our ancestors may have endured to acquire such knowledge.  Information has not always…