Season 13, Episode 5 Transcript


– Hey guys, it’s C. S. Joseph of doing another lecture on season 13, which is our personal sovereignty series. I understand that many of you are waiting for the social compatibility lectures, but given that I’m in Las Vegas right now, I’m not exactly able to utilize my huge whiteboard. And doing it on my tiny whiteboard is not exactly something that is sustainable. And also, I could do more type comparisons as well, but for the sake of this trip, I just planned to be doing, be focusing a little bit more on personal sovereignty and the sacred genders. So with that being said, we are finally getting to the part of this season, season 13, to discuss king, warrior, magician, lover and queen, warrior, magician, lover, for the mature masculine and the mature feminine. And I would like to state that I’m really enjoying the emails that you guys have been sending me, and also the comments relating to these lectures. These lectures are kind of a bit, wait a minute, I think I said episode four. I think this is actually episode five. My bad, but anyway, I’m really liking the engagement and the conversations that we’re having about these topics, because a lot of people don’t really know how to define maturity and it’s very difficult to do that. And oftentimes, they’re trying to get lucky or look for a break, especially in relationships, and that’s something I never do. People go to the bar, trying to find someone that they can get laid with, et cetera. 


And wow, trying to get lucky like that Daft Punk song. It’s all about getting lucky, but I’m in Vegas right now. I guess, Vegas is that getting lucky capital of the world, technically, maybe. Weird, but it’s not something I subscribe to. I don’t subscribe to it because the mature masculine and the mature feminine is so much more valuable and so much more rewarding. It is much more important. And I kind of find it interesting that I’m talking about these topics while in Vegas. And have my mind constantly thinking about the archetypes of the mature masculine and the mature feminine while watching all of the people around here, walking around in Vegas. And it’s like, wow, it’s like I’m surrounded by zombies, or cattle at worst. In a lot of cases, people just spend their lives joining, and their money, joining on and on by pressing one button over and over and over on the slot machine. And they’re just sitting there pressing a button. There is no strategy to it or anything. It’s just press the button and hope. And they think that there’s this magical luck substance that’s going to make them money and give them a windfall of some kind. I don’t subscribe to that. I maintain that we need to be generative. And that is what today’s lecture about king is for. This is for the mature masculine, and this is for king. So it’s also important for women to watch the mature masculine lectures, because it’s something that they can hold the men in their life to, hold them accountable. So if you’re a female and you’re watching this, please continue to watch and listen carefully. Also in the podcast, because you can utilize this as ammunition as with any of my human nurture lectures to be holding men responsible with in your life. Also, you can use it as a measure if you’re considering sharing your body with a man, for example, whether or not you wanna have a long-term relationship with one or even marry one or whatever, if he’s not up to snuff with these standards, then I recommend you get him out of your life immediately and have self-respect and not allow yourself to be with anyone who has less than these traits. So with all that being said, let’s talk about the first archetype of the mature masculine king. 


And this comes from “King, Warrior, Magician, Lover” penned by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette, some really popular depth psychologists out of the Midwest, I believe. And they also wrote “The King Within,” “The Warrior Within,” “The Magician Within,” “The Lover Within,” and have been lecturing on this topic for a very long time. I recommend getting all of those books. Good luck finding the latter three, because they’re very rare, and there isn’t audio versions, and I think they’re out of print at this point. But I was fortunate enough to have acquired them. And other people have acquired them for me and given them to me as gifts, and I was very thankful to have them, especially “The Magician Within.” So that being said, let’s talk about king and how it relates to men. And why is king important? So it really stems back to what I said about, well, actually, I’ll just give you an example. So offering a lecture at a youth rally one time. It was my series on how to get a girlfriend. And it was just for it was just for young boys, high school age boys, some college age, some were 19, 20-year-olds as well, but it was mostly 15 to 20, in that range, basically, of age group. And I remember on the stage, and it’s like, “Okay, raise your hand,” how did it go? ‘Cause I had, it was all about how to get a girlfriend, and then we all brought them in, and they’re all sitting in chairs and whatnot, and I just opened up with a bunch of questions. And the question was, how many here want a girlfriend? And the majority of the hands go up, obviously, at that point. And then I asked, okay, well, how many here actually have a girlfriend?


And there are only three hands in the entire room, of many, many chairs would probably, I don’t know, 50 to 70 kids there at this point in time. I don’t really remember how much it was, but it was it was a pretty sizable group of boys that were present, only three hands went up. And I had those three stand up for everyone else to see. And it’s like, okay, “So tell me,” so I asked them, “how many of you three have a car?” And I’m like, “If you don’t have a car, sit down.” And one of them sat down. “And how many of you have a job?” And they both did, they both had jobs. And I’m like, “Okay, so which one of you has your own place?” And only one was left standing. So I say that because it really draws a good distinction to show with the youth, which ones are actually producing, you know what I mean? Because I also did another exercise, where it’s like, how many of you went to prom? How many of you had dates to prom when you did go to prom, et cetera? And then out of you, how many had jobs, a car, your own place, et cetera? And nobody did. It’s because their priorities are different. But it just goes to show that the one boy in the entire room, which he was 18, he had his own car, he had a job, and he had his own place. He had just actually three weeks prior got his own apartment, basically. One, one kid out of this whole room had that. And he was doing well. He was debt-free, and he hadn’t actually, he hadn’t decided where to go to school or whatever. And I asked him why. Why did you do this? Why did you make getting a job a priority? And he tells me like, I don’t know what I want to do. And I have to meet my own needs. And it’s like, huh, okay, yeah, meet your own needs. It’s what I talk about all the time. Truth be told, actually, his dad kicked him out. His dad kicked him out of the house pretty soon, the moment he hit 18 years old, his dad basically told him to get out. And he did, he got out. And he was able to get a job. 


He started working at McDonald’s, for example. He ended up becoming a manager and getting the maximum amount of allowable hours per week at McDonald’s. And then he went working with someone else, and it just worked out great. But then from there, he knew somebody and they got him on with a construction company pouring concrete. And then he was doing that. And he actually, as an 18-year-old, started to make prevailing wage. And he was bringing in some beaucoup dollars at that point, especially in the Seattle area. It was absolutely amazing. So just to see someone like that, being debt-free and having more financial wherewithal than even I did at that point in time. It was very impressive. Because at that time, I had like a lot of student loan debt. And I do have a decent student loan debt now, but it is reduced by 2/3 from where it used to be. So I’m very happy that it’s as low as it is. And I’m looking forward to paying it off as soon as possible. But anyway, what can we learn from this? What is king? What does it mean? Every boy starts out basically as a prince. They’re prince in the home. And they’re either raised properly, or they’re not. They can even become the high chair tyrant. And a good example of the high chair tyrant would be Joffrey in “Game of Thrones.” That is a very good example of a high chair tyrant. There’s also the example of the weakling, which would actually be Tommen, his brother, also in “Game of Thrones.” It’s interesting that the Robert Moore, Douglas Gillette weaker archetypes of the shadow types of the king archetype is actually represented very well in “Game of Thrones.” And it’s really nice to see that. And having a real generative king hasn’t actually been shown in “Game of Thrones,” but I would anticipate that’s probably Kit Harrington’s character, Jon Snow, would potentially be that generative king. But that is basically the main point. What does it take to be king? Because a lot of the times, boys end up doing it wrong. They start out with lover and they get the girl first, and then they’re all magician-y and think they’re super special. 


And then they work on warrior a little bit, but that’s not as high priority. And then they just slowly develop into king over 10 years and hope it’s all going to work out. And then their life becomes miserable and they have a midlife crisis and it just blows up in their face. Kind of sounds like what happened to me, because that’s what I did. I did it backwards. I did it completely wrong. It cost me my marriage of 11 years. And now my son has to deal with the fact that his father lives three hours away from him. Yeah, that’s great. And quite frankly, it’s one of the sources of my greatest shame. And I regret being so far away from my son and not being there on a day-to-day basis. Of course, there’s many who watch this channel who don’t even know their fathers, who’ve never met them, and have not actually been able to learn the mature masculine from them. But guess what? Even if they knew their fathers, what chance do they have of learning the mature masculine from their fathers? Because their fathers don’t even know themselves, because they too are also inapt. How many generations deep do we have since the 1800s-ish when the mature masculine was somewhat prevalent amongst men versus now. Maybe three, four generations. I would, ’cause Gen X definitely doesn’t have it. I don’t see it in baby boomers, that’s for absolute sure. And did they have it in the greatest generation of the 1950s? No. And now, not really. Maybe the last time it was there was probably the GI generation, which was even before then. So who knows. That’s up to debate. And by the way, if you wanna find more out about that, read the book “The Fourth Turning.” It talks about generational archetypes. I’ll be doing lectures on that in the future, but I’m studying Bruce Lee right now, and I’ll get to that eventually. But the point is, generationally speaking, we just have not been passing down concepts of the mature masculine and how that has continued to basically destroy our culture, first-world society, and ripping it from the seams. 


And then we have places like Las Vegas that exist in the way that they do, and people are, this town is literally full of weekenders. People who live for the weekend. They just get their paycheck and they come here and they squander for just one good time and then it’s over, and then they return to their misery again. It’s like the prodigal son story on repeat over and over and over and over and over and over again. It’s really noxious and toxic and not something I would recommend. So anyway, let’s dive into the king archetype. What does it mean to be king? What does it mean for a boy to become a man and start his path to manhood and become the king? It starts off with one thing and that is death. Death is the start of manhood. You have to die. You have to die to yourself. An example pointed out in “King, Warrior, Magician, Lover” is this movie called “The Emerald Forest,” which is an old movie that they used to show in schools in the United States of America throughout the states. I highly recommend you get this old story, because it really marks out the path of manhood for king, warrior, magician, lover all the way throughout this film. And it talks about a boy who gets separated from his parents in the Amazon, and he’s raised by an Amazon tribe. And at that point in time, he gets older, he’s raised by them. He gets older and older and then finally, he starts to notice women, and notice that women are attractive, et cetera. And the village elders understand this, so they begin their rite of passage of turning him into a man. And they go through this entire ritual where they leave him out in the forest or something, this huge, painful trial, et cetera. And when the ritual starts, the village elder comes up to the boy, looks him in the eye and says, “Today, you will die.” And it freaks him out and they do this whole ritual, and it’s almost like they leave him for dead and whatnot, but he comes back. He survived that. He’s been through this absolute horrible trial, this rite of passage. And then they welcome him as a man of the village, respected. He is respected. And then he is able to take on a woman as a wife at that coming of age, basically, because he has earned the right to be considered a man and to be respected as a man. That’s the thing about our society.


We don’t have these rites of passage, these rituals anymore for men or for boys. And because of that, I don’t respect probably 90% of the men I meet on a daily basis. I have no respect for them, because they’re still boys. They’re still mentally boys. They haven’t actually engaged with their manhood. They have not suffered that rite of passage. I had to suffer that rite of passage. My rite of passage was dealing with homelessness and hopelessness and being laid off and losing everything. And dealing with constant failure for like three years, constant failure. And it was insanely painful, but I got through it. And because I got through that experience, it’s like, wow, if I could get through that, I can get through anything. And that is the basic foundation that has to be laid so that when a man begins the journey of manhood at that point in time, and that was, funnily enough, what’s really interesting is that I’m lecturing about this while in Vegas. But I completed my rite of passage into manhood while also in Vegas, which is hilarious to me actually. And I’ll probably tell the story in a public manner in the future, but what happened at that point in time in Vegas was so life-changing that I just had this epiphany. And the epiphany was, is that I realized, the number one rule of life, and it changed me in every way, and that is, above all else, respect thyself. ‘Cause if you have self-respect, you have what it takes to become a king. And you have to complete king in order to complete the process of the start into the journey of manhood. So let’s talk about what that means. What is the number one rule, the number one requirement of being king? As a boy becoming a man, and then as a man, he has become king. What is the requirement to become king? If you want to become king, what is the requirement? That is the following. 


You as a man must always 100% of the time, for the rest of your life, always produce more than you consume. Produce more than you consume. That means you need to be generative, because the king archetype, the energy of the king is all about being generative, is the generative force. Another way to look at that is the obelisk sitting in front of the Luxor Hotel, just down Vegas Boulevard. Well, all the imagery and symbology is coming to me. And it’s kind of interesting that I’m actually here in Vegas talking about this. It’s interesting synchronicity, if you know what I mean. But I’m sorry, I don’t know if you guys know, but obelisks are basically phalluses. They’re giant penises, that’s what they represent. The generative force of man, basically. And that is the symbol of the king. The symbol of the king is the obelisk. It is the symbol of the generative force in that regard according to Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette in “King, Warrior, Magician, Lover,” for example. And you have to be generative. You have to produce more than you consume. Think about that. Imagine a king that consumes more than he produces. Oh, that sounds like Robert Baratheon in “Game of Thrones.” Great. Yes, that’s example of a king who’s a total loser, who is not producing. He is not generative. He’s just consuming everything that he conquered, wahoo. That’s not a king that anyone can really be loyal to. And guess what? His own wife killed him, because she wasn’t loyal to him, because, and you know what? Later in the story you find out she wanted to be loyal to him. She wanted to have that relationship. She thought it’d be fantastic to be his wife. And it turned out to be a total sham. And then she ended up maintaining her incestuous relationship with her brother anyway. But she was for a time willing to give that up, because she thought Robert Baratheon would be right for her. But instead, he was not producing more than he consumed, and as a result, she lost respect for him. And then she’s back to her incestuous relationship with her brother. So a lot of good that did everybody in that story. 


But you don’t wanna be Robert Baratheon. Because in order to even gain a kingdom, you have to be producing in order to have a kingdom. Because a kingdom is all about, you have your castle and you have your subjects. If you’re not producing more than you consume, then how is it you’re able to take on subjects? How is it you’re able to have children? How is it you’re able to have a wife? How is it are you to have a girlfriend? How is it you are able to have anyone? You can’t, because you are not producing more than you consume. That is the number one rule of the king. If you wanna be king, you have to produce more than you consume. That also includes debt and financial management, guys. So if you’re constantly making bad financial decisions, then you are at risk of consuming more than you produce. And it’s no wonder the women in your life start losing respect for you. Oh, and because they’re losing respect for you, your relationship breaks down, because that inhibits your ability to love her. But you shouldn’t be loving her anyway. You shouldn’t be in a relationship with her anyway, because you’re not producing, because you’re lacking in nobility. Because remember king, warrior, magician, lover, the mature masculine, is the thing that charges up the nobility. The thing that makes men attractive to women, nobility. Men’s capability to produce more than he consumes, to be generative and to constantly be growing and not stagnate. Because it’s one thing to be stagnant and not grow, which also hurts your nobility, but it’s another thing to consume more than you produce. Wow, if you’re watching this lecture right now, and you consume more than you produce, guess what? That makes you a loser. You’re a loser, and I do not respect you. If you consume more than you produce and you are a man, I do not respect you. You are a loser. And you are not somebody I would desire to associate with at all. The number one thing is you have to produce more than you consume. You have to take responsibility and meet your own needs. We talk about the four pillars of self-intimacy all the time. 


Needs, standards, boundaries, and goals. And you meet your needs by living by the fist, which is faith, family, fitness, finance, and friends. Those are like the five basic needs that every human being has to master on their own. And then they have got the first pillar done, needs, and then they move on to standards. The standard that they hold themselves to be able to continue to meet their own needs. And then boundaries that they set up for other people to not inhibit them from meeting their needs. And then after they got those three pillars up, taking out the fourth pillar, which is personal goals, and they finally know what they want. But as a king, your job is to be generative. So that means, if you don’t have a job, if you don’t have your own place, if you’re living with a roommate, for example, you’re still a loser. I’m sorry, you’re still a loser. As a man, you need to have your own place. That’s what it takes to be king. If you have not completed manhood, if you got a roommate, you’re not living independently on your own able to live on your own steam alone by yourself, sorry, if you can’t do that, you’re a loser. Now, some of you obviously make decisions based on how you live and, oh, I don’t wanna be alone. I could get my own place, but I have roommates because I’m an extrovert and I just don’t wanna be by myself ’cause that would just drive me crazy. Okay, sure, I can see that. But the thing is, to get really high quality women, for example, if you wanna take on a wife or a girlfriend, or have a woman in your life, it’s really nice to have your own castle to bring them to. And you can show your castle to them, and they’re like, oh wow, this guy is really doing it on his own. I have so much respect for him. I’m even more attracted to him than I was before. Oh yeah, you might wanna think about that, you know what I mean? It’s so much easier to attract women if you have your own castle. Be aware of that. And it’s part of the mature masculine. You should literally have your own place. I’m sorry, that’s the standard. 


And I don’t care if you don’t like it. That’s the standard. Get your own place, get your own castle. Kings have their own castle, right? It’s a representation of their nation. Their nation being their house, their surname, their name, who they are. First of his name, right? You hear that in “Game of Thrones” all the time. And that’s where that comes from. Your name is your house, and your house needs to be represented by you having your castle as king, because you produce more than you consume. Again, this is why I teach young children, I tell them, I never ask them, what do they want to be when they grow up? I always ask them, what are you going to do to meet your own needs when I am no longer going to be meeting your needs? Or when your parents are no longer going to be meeting your needs for you, what are you going to do? That is the question. Because if they’re focused on meeting their own needs, they’ll realize at 16 that they should probably get a job then, and get a car then. For example, at that youth rally, we had a few 15-year-olds and they got together and they went out and got a whole bunch of bottles and cans and trash together. And they took it to the recycling center and they got some money for that. And they kept on doing this and they did it for about two months. And then they each saved up about $500 from that. And one of them specifically took half that money and bought himself a, yeah, actually, he was 18 at the time, he bought himself, after doing this, he bought himself a certification. He got himself a certification. He got forklift-certified. Insert forklift memery here. Yes, the forklift certification. He got OSHA-certified. It cost him 250 bucks. He was 18 years old. He hadn’t graduated high school yet. And he got his forklift license, and he went to a temp agency, and they placed him at a place, at a warehouse, for example, and part time. So he was able to finish up school and do that part-time all at the same time. And by the time he graduated high school, he had a full-time job 40 hours a week working at this warehouse. He was making 15 bucks an hour. 


Show me which 15 year old starts making 15 bucks an hour, unless they’re like in San Francisco, but don’t even pay attention to that. I also live next to San Francisco and I can tell you, don’t pay attention to that. But what 18-year-old is making 15 bucks an hour fresh out of high school? Show me. Even college age kids who are graduating from college don’t even make that much coming out, unless they’re a lawyer or a doctor or something, which is probably the only career paths I would recommend going to school for, or nursing or whatever. But just general things like like my degree, business information systems, or gaming simulation programming, or electronics engineering technology, or CIS, or computer program, computer science, or whatever these other degrees that they have available at these various schools. The bottom line is as soon as you graduate college, you’re not gonna be making that much money. You’re probably still gonna be working minimum wage, ’cause that’s what happened to me. I worked minimum wage as soon as I got my flashy $120,000 degree from DeVry University. Wahoo, you know what I mean? Why would you do that? So the point is, you need to produce more than you consume. So this kid, he got his forklift license. He didn’t own a car yet, but he had a bicycle, and he did a bicycle plus the bus to get him to where he needed to go, and he was making 15 bucks an hour. And when he started doing it full time, he actually ended up buying himself a car. He was still living with his parents. His parents were gracious enough to let him stay there till he was 19. But before he was 19, he had completely moved out, had enough savings for a, gosh what is that called, a security deposit at an apartment. He got himself an apartment. Just a one-bedroom apartment, very simple, whatever. He had his car, he was paying his own insurance. 


He had his own cellphone bill by that time. And he started looking for women. He started looking for girls. And he’d go out various places or he’d hang out with a lot of his friends. And a lot of the girls that he went to high school with, funnily enough, one of them was the prom queen or something like that. Or maybe she was on the student council or something, but she was super popular. And she was with the prom king, or the super popular guys in school, but they were just hoping on their football scholarship. Well, she ended up with him. She ended up with him, basically. One of the most popular women in school, for example, ended up with this kid when he was 19. Even though for the most part, everyone generally considered him socially at the bottom of the ladder, because he also was pretty overweight, but he also took responsibility for that and started working on his fitness as well. Faith, family, fitness, finance, and friends. He started taking responsibility for his fitness, eating properly whenever possible, and exercising, going to the gym. And he started getting healthier and healthier. And she basically saw that he was going places. He had his own castle. He had his own job. He had his own transportation. He was debt-free. Hello, debt-free, okay? And he was making $16 an hour roughly about that time. Well, get this, get this. A few months later, Amazon hired him. And he was making $21 an hour with full benefits. This is a while back. Now, I believe they’re engaged right now. And he has saved up for a down payment on a house. And he’s doing pretty well. Oh, and not only this, he’s been going to Western Governors University. 


It cost him only $600 a month roughly to get unlimited credits. So he’s working on his bachelor’s degree on the side. Because like me, he understands that a bachelor’s degree is nothing more than a checkbox, so he doesn’t take it that much seriously, ’cause it’s just a checkbox on a resume or a checkbox on a job application. And then he’s gonna get that. And then he’s gonna get his master’s degree, why? Because he actually knows what he wants to do now, because he spent so much time meeting his own needs, having personal standards, having personal boundaries. And after all that was handled, he finally knows what he wants, and he’s taking care of it responsibly. And guess what? He’s able to afford it every month without going into debt. Huh? See, that’s the right way to live life as a boy becoming a man. That is what is called the correct way. It doesn’t have to always be with a forklift license per se. But even that, even if you’re 16, get permission from your parents to work, go to a frickin’ county office, and get a food handler’s permit. It costs you like 25 bucks. You watch a little 40-minute video, and then you take a test. And if you pass the test, you get your food handler’s permit. If you fail the test, you watch the video again there, and then you take the test again there, same day. And then you pass it, you get your food handler’s permit. That makes you instantly hireable. You can walk into any restaurant, any of them, with zero work experience, and be like, I got my food handler’s permit, hire me, they will hire you. Because you have demonstrated that you take the initiative. You have demonstrated that you’ve taken responsibility. You have demonstrated that you were not a moron. And they will hire you. It doesn’t matter what gender you are, male or female, they will hire you. Get a food handler’s permit. That is like the first thing you should be getting after your driver’s license, or even before your driver’s license when you’re 16 years old. Get permission to work from your parents, and then just realize that while you’re in high school, you should be working in whatever capacity seriously. 


That is the responsible thing to do. Especially if you are a male. If you are a member of the male gender, that is what you should be doing, because it is your responsibility to start building the foundation for you to produce more than you consume, because the requirement is that you become king and have your own castle. If you’re not being king, what are you doing? Oh, you’re a loser then. That’s what that is. Stop being a loser and start producing more than you consume. That’s the point. It is about being generative. The generative force is the king. So become king. Take responsibility for meeting your own needs. If you don’t have your own place, if you don’t have your own transportation, if you don’t have a job, you’re a loser. You are worthless. You are useless. If you are consuming more than you produce, you are useless, you are worthless, you are a loser. I have no respect for you. None. You want me to respect you? Do you want anyone to respect you, especially women for that matter? If you’re too busy playing World of Warcraft and looking at and jacking off to pornography and whatnot, wow, you’re a really valuable human being. Maybe you should be spending all of that time on World of Warcraft and pornography on generating, being generative, producing more than you consume. That’d be nice. That’d be really nice. Stop being a loser. Wake up. This is why I actually have a huge problem with homeless people. I see homeless people all the time, and they’re always asking me for money. And you know what? I don’t give them anything, I don’t. If I look at them, if they’re disabled, I’ll help them.


I’ll buy them a meal or something. I’ll do the good thing in that regard. But if they’re not disabled, if they are able bodied, I’m sorry, I’m not gonna pity them. And I’m not gonna give them anything. Because this is the United States of America. They can literally go pick up bottles on the street, get them recycled, get money for those recycling. Use that money to buy themselves a food handler’s permit. Then they can just get themselves cleaned up. There’s shelters that do that. Then they can start working at McDonald’s right away making minimum wage and trying to gain as many hours as they can. And then maybe if they’re not getting enough hours at McDonald’s, they can start working in another restaurant same place and be producing money until they have enough money to get a forklift license for example, or whatever other certification they need that makes them instantly hireable. And then they can start getting their own place. I’m sorry, there is a ladder. You just have to climb the ladder. You just have to go up the steps. But if you’re a lazy ass on the street, I don’t wanna hear it. I’m sorry, I don’t want to hear it. You are losers and I’m not going to enable losers by giving them money. Or I’m just not going to do it. It’s a waste of time. And it actually causes more harm than good. If you’re one of those people that feels so much for the homeless on the street and you’re going out there and you’re enabling them, you’re part of the problem. Stop enabling these people. If they’re disabled, if they’re elderly, yes, help them. But if they’re not disabled or elderly, no. Instead, point them to the nearest shelter, get them a food handler’s permit, get them working, get them off the street, and get them producing as soon as possible. That’s what they need. Now, I will admit that these people often are ignorant and are not actually aware of these opportunities, but that’s fine. We can educate them. If there was an initiative out there to help homeless people to educate them on what opportunities they could get, on what opportunities are available to them, where they have to initiate the process and take responsibility for meeting their own needs and show them how they can meet their own needs, sure, I am behind that, absolutely. But just giving them money on the street, that is so retarded. Don’t do that. Don’t enable them. Do not enable them. It is wrong. It is the wrong thing to do. I don’t even remember Jesus would all the time talk about the homeless and whatnot. 


I don’t remember him doing that. I don’t think he’d subscribed to that. So don’t do it. If that guy is not doing it, then why do you think you should or could or would want to. I mean, come on. So guys, remember, the mature masculine, the first step is to get king. How do you get king? Produce more than you consume. Get a job, get your own transportation, get your own place. Become king, have your own castle. And once you have your own castle, you can take on subjects. Subjects are like girlfriend or wife and children, for example. My next door neighbor actually, perfect example. He got a job. Yeah, he did a Running Start program. At 16 years old, he started going to community college at 16 years old. And he did his high school diploma and his college at the same time, because college credits, when you go to the community college for this program, the state pays for the schooling, by the way. They pay the high school student to go to the community college. Washington State does this too. And they go there and they’re able to earn their associates degree when they graduate high school. And because of how amazing college schedules are, he was able to get a part-time job at the same time. So he had a part-time job while earning his associates degree and his high school diploma at the same time. So that when he was 18 years old, he had work experience. He purchased a car. He had an associates degree. He had a high school diploma. Now, he makes over 20 bucks an hour with benefits, has his own place, and has one of the hottest girlfriends at his age group that he could possibly have. And she’s fantastic and very good to him, all the time and very respectful, respects him big time. And he works out, he’s getting pretty buff. I’ve been watching them. He takes care of himself. He has a lot of self-respect. He knows where he’s going. He’s considering to be entrepreneurial as well. And he’s making it happen. And he’s, I don’t know what ethnicity he is. I can’t tell if he’s Latino or if he’s Filipino. I’m not really sure, because he’s very mixed race, but he’s a really cool guy, and I respect him a lot. 


And I’m glad he’s my neighbor. Someone that driven. Someone that really gets king, you know what I mean? And he is king, and I respect him, and he’s a fellow king. And that’s one thing. When you’re a king, you wanna surround yourself with fellow kings and have diplomatic relations with other kings and their kingdoms. Another thing about that is when you have those relationships with those men, as iron sharpens iron, so does one man to another. Which basically means when you surround yourself with fellow kings, they all help each other’s kingdoms, and they make each other’s kingdoms even better. And then you are opening yourself up to even more opportunities to generate even more and to produce even more than you ever were able to before, because of the synergy of having those diplomatic relationships with other kingdoms and your kingdom. Here’s another thing. If you have a relationship with a woman, never ever, ever allow your woman to inhibit you from being generative, producing more than you consume. This goes back to my argument, how sometimes women would expect their men to worship them. And then some of those men actually buy into that and start worshiping them. And then women love that they’re being worshiped, but then they start losing respect for that man. And then their relationship falls apart. Women also have this problem too, where they can make decisions like spending too much money, for example. It doesn’t always happen. It doesn’t happen with every woman. it’s pretty high with SFPs or NFPs, those types specifically, generally have poor financial management and bad spending habits. But in general, women can make decisions that inhibit the man’s ability to produce. And if that’s the case, and she’s your girlfriend, and potentially becoming your acquaint, your wife, then at that point in time, I’d recommend getting her out of your life, or at least putting her in check and just be like, listen, you can’t do this. 


Listen, you can’t be this person. You cannot inhibit me from producing. You cannot inhibit me from generating. Because the king’s responsibility is producing more than any consumes. And if a woman gets in the way of the king, disrespecting the king by getting in the way of his ability to produce, because, oh, you’re not spending enough time with me, or we don’t ever have quality time or I don’t ever see you, and I, okay, yes, I understand that men can be workaholics and that’s fine, but you have to understand, if it’s not really true workaholism and they’re actually being respectable by producing more than they consume, and by making proper financial decisions and spending their time wisely, that needs to be respected. And if you, as a woman, are inhibiting your man in that way, I’m gonna tell your man to throw you in the dumpster. Because that’s wrong. You cannot inhibit the kingdom. Do not put his kingdom at risk. He is building his kingdom for you, after all, so that you can manage his kingdom, so that you can manage and take care of his subjects. Children, his family. It’s really important. Because he’s focused on the big things of life, and he needs his queen to help manage the little things. The things of his kingdom that he’s not able to do on a daily basis, because he’s out there trying to produce, being generative. It’s super mega important. And if you’re his queen, you need to realize that it is your responsibility. You are a steward of the kingdom in his stead while he continues to focus on the kingly things of producing more than he consumes and being generative and being the avatar of the generative force. That is the requirement. That is what is required of you. But if you can’t do it, you’re inhibiting the king, ooh, it’s not gonna go well for you. You’re gonna end up going the way the Queen Vashti in the book or story of Esther, and then Esther basically replaced Vashti. If you’re a woman out there and you’ve ever been replaced, think to yourself, was it because I inhibited my man’s ability to produce? Think about that. Did I inhibit or put his kingdom at risk? Did I put his future at risk? Did I ask him to worship me? And then I lost respect for him because he bought into it. And then because I required him to worship me, but then he bought into it, or maybe it was nice guy syndrome, which that worship thing is an aspect of nice guy syndrome. The point is, it’s really important that women support the archetype of the king just as much as men make sure that it is the top priority at all times. Men, it is the top priority. There is no higher priority than king when it comes to the mature masculine. That’s why it is the first archetype. That is why it’s the first role that you have to master for the mature masculine. Before warrior, before magician, before lover. Lover is last, there’s a reason for that. King is the foundation. You have to become king. You cannot be a prince anymore. You have to die to yourself. Let the boy dies so the man can be alive. So you can be crowned king and you can have your kingdom, your castle, and take on your subjects, because you are producing more than you consume, because you are generative. You are the avatar of the generative force. Such is the way of the king. 


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