Worldwide Cybelian Movement

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There are Cybelian followers in 100 countries Worldwide.


The Birth of Cybelianism


In the second half of the twentieth century, greater freedoms allowed women to lead a much fuller life. The contraceptive pill enabled women to share in the sexual freedom previously enjoyed only by men. They could have sex with multiple partners without the worry of pregnancy – and without the concern of being found out. This in itself gave birth to a more confident attitude in women, in that they felt more in control of their own destinies.


After the failure of feminism to reverse women’s role in society, it was realised that the only way to oust patriarchal society was to replace it with something of an equal nature, albeit with the gender roles reversed.


Matriarchy was considered too tame; the only viable alternative was gynocracy – wherein the society is ruled by women. The ideal model existed in the Catal Hoyuk civilisation, which revered Cybele as the Earth Mother.


Already, the foundations for a return of Cybelianism were in place. For decades, the New Age movement had been advocating a return to nature, and there was much interest in natural remedies. Climatic change was another factor; most people were aware of the damage being done to the planet by various sources, and were eager to do their part in reversing the damage already done.


In women themselves, two prevailing attitudes were in place. Some women were perfectly content with their lot; others were searching for a replacement for the now discredited feminism. There was a consciousness that feminism had not gone far enough in empowering women.


With this in mind, the Cybelian Order was established in September 2004. It also came to be known as the First Church of Female Supremacy, although the Order is a purely secular one, allowing its members to continue their adherence to their existing belief structures. In the past nine years, the Order has grown in size at a phenomenal rate. As of September 2013, it now has followers in 85 countries Worldwide.




The Cybelian belief system is based on the Catal Hoyuk model – that of a gynocracy wherein the society is ruled by women, and where men are reduced to a secondary role in all things. As everything has to start somewhere, Cybelianism was begun in the households and communities of Cybelian members. Now, across the World, the wives rule their households, and it is now time for the movement to become more a part of society.


Cybelians who wish to get married firstly discuss what it entails to have a Cybelian marriage. The wife must wish to be the primary partner – the one in charge. The husband must be prepared to be the secondary partner. Both parties must be aware of, and agree, the tenets of the Cybelian lifestyle. One of the tenets is the woman’s freedom to cuckold the man by having sex with as many other men as she chooses. In addition to this freedom, there are two basic tenets. The first is that the husband will have no freedom; the wife will keep him naked and collared at all times when he is at home. All of his clothes will be locked away, and his wife will have the only key. The second is that the man’s status in the household will be no greater than that of a toilet for his wife’s use, and the use of any other adult females in the household.


At first sight all of this appears more than a little bizarre, and in fact it is. It is also quite extreme. However, it is what is needed for the wife to obtain full control of the man, and to keep it. Keeping a man naked and collared ensures he is mindful at all times that he is ruled by his wife, and has absolutely no freedom. Unless his wife allows him to dress, he can’t leave the house.  This is a great leveller: the man will learn his place, and in so doing he will lose much of his natural male aggression.



















Although women in the Catal Hoyuk civilization were urinating on their men 8000 years ago, the concept of urine therapy only originated in India some three thousand years later. It first saw light in most of the volumes of Ayurvada, the ancient Indian practice of medicine. It was initially a spiritual practice, but soon became a medicinal treatment when it’s remarkable healing properties became apparent.


In the Bible, Proverbs 5-15 tells us to “Drink water from thy own cistern.” This is somewhat of a surprise to find such advice in the Bible, but there must have been a good reason for it to be there. Many of the admonitions in the Old Testament make sound sense, such as the advice not to eat shellfish or pork. In those times, those foods were often harmful to health.


Let’s look at the scientific aspects. Contrary to commonly held belief. Urine is not a toxic waste product; it is sterile. More exactly, urine is a by-product of blood filtration, not waste filtration. Medically it is referred to as plasma ultrafiltrate - a purified derivative of the blood itself, made by the kidneys--whose principal function is not excretion but regulation of all the elements and their concentrations in the blood. Urine is 95 percent water. The other 5% is made of dissolved and suspended solids, none of which are toxic. The two main components are simple salt and a compound called urea. In addition to salt and urea, other elements include hormones, proteins, antibodies and other beneficial pharmacological agents. So far from being harmful, urine actually does have known healing agents.


Although it is not a universal panacea, the benefits of urine therapy are many. It is good for sinus and chest congestion, is a powerful cleansing agent for the digestive tract, can be used as eye-drops, an effective gargle for sore throats, and can be used topically to cleanse wounds. It is also good to treat skin conditions. There are also many cases of it curing serious illnesses.


So, as may be seen, not only is the woman urinating on a man an essential part of keeping him in his place, it is also an excellent way of keeping him around to serve the woman for as long as possible. In a gynocracy, this is a very important and effective tool for women to obtain and retain power.




How did all this come about?  Largely, it was due to our finding a secret code, which led us step-by-step to the gynocratic ideal. We initially discovered this ancient code – lost for millennia – during our research into female-dominated civilizations. We weren’t looking for anything out of the ordinary – just details of the original cult of Cybele, who was ideal for a figurehead for a modern gynocracy. Our researches led us to examine the details of the temple to Cybele before it was destroyed. We noticed the triangular shape of its compound, or campus, and were just mildly curious.


As our researches progressed, we noticed a number of amazing co-incidences. Triangles, or three-sided shapes, continued to appear, and we came to wonder whether there was any significance therein. In the artefacts we saw of the women urinating on the men, especially the rather graphic one of the Lurs woman, we discovered a proliferation of triangles. Close examination of scene depicted in the bronze pinhead will show that there are no fewer than nine triangle shapes in the scene – all of them connected to the bodily position of the woman. Clearly there was a message meant to be portrayed by this depiction.


In Chaldean beliefs, nine was the number of the Deity, and so when they invented their system of Numerology, they omitted the number 9 out of respect to the Deity. It was there, but not shown. Surely, we thought, there must be some significance in this. Eventually, we saw the connection.


Our minds were led to the legend of Cybele and her lover Attis, who castrated himself in remorse because he had betrayed her in a love triangle. His was the model that all Gallae followed, in that they castrated themselves and became women. There were therefore three genders in the legend: male, female and transsexual. Perhaps this was what the proliferation of triangles was meant to indicate. This in itself did not seem to be of any significance, until we connected it with the I Ching, the ancient Chinese Book of Changes, which we had previously studied at great length. It was an apt recollection; changing gender, albeit by castration, was indeed a change – one of monumental proportions.


A brief explanation of the I Ching is needed here. In 3322BC the Chinese emperor Fu-his combined joined and broken lines to form what are know as trigrams. There are 8 ways in which joined and broken lines can be joined, as shown in fig A below. To each of the trigrams were given attributes – gender, element, and material.






















Returning to our consideration of the triangles in the matters relating to Cybele, we tested the water by using the legend to create a hexagram. To do this, we made the top segment the female trigram K’un to represent Cybele, and the bottom segment the male trigram Ch’ien to represent Attis. This gave us hexagram 11, T’ai meaning Peace - the first figure shown in the diagram overleaf. In short, female over male. We then effectively altered the gender of the lower hexagram by the process of making each of it’s lines moving ones, as in the second figure below, resulting in female over female. This gave us hexagram 2, K’un meaning Receptive. This we felt indicated the new role of Attis in two ways. Firstly, he was receptive sexually in his new gender role; secondly he was receptive to the will of his woman Cybele.










Thus encouraged, we continued to construct three more hexagrams on the basis of the conclusions we had been led to draw. In each case, the primary hexagram was that of the female over the male, hexagram 11. The lines we treated as moving lines in each of the three examples were the ones in the top trigram K’un, whilst we left as solid the lines in the lower trigram Ch’ien. The results were astounding.


The first secondary hexagram we constructed was by making the fourth line from the bottom a moving one, as in the diagram below.










In this way, the hexagram T’ai changed into hexagram 34 Ta Chuang the meaning of which is Great Power. Thus this secondary hexagram indicated that the position of the female over the male was one of great power. The concept of Ta Chuang was that rightness must control strength, and this indicated the rightness of the woman controlling the strength of the man.


We then created the second secondary hexagram, by the process of making the fifth line from the bottom a moving one, as in the diagram below.










The primary hexagram T’ai was thus changed into hexagram 5 Hsu, meaning Waiting. The elemental attribute of the upper trigram K’an being water, and that of the lower trigram Ch’ien male, this meant that hexagram Hsu indicated water over a man. The fact that the converted upper trigram meaning water came from the original upper trigram meaning female, indicated water coming from the body of the female. This fitted in exactly with the practice over millennia of women urinating on men in gynocratic societies.


Lastly, we constructed the third secondary hexagram by making the top line a moving one, as shown in the diagram below.










In this case, the primary hexagram T’ai was changed into the secondary hexagram 26 Ta Ch’u, the meaning of which is Taming Force. The upper trigram Ken meaning mountain over the lower trigram Ch’ien being male, indicated the male being tamed by the upper trigram, which came from the original upper trigram meaning female.


What does all this mean? In a nutshell, it indicates that for peace to exist women must be in control in both marriage and society. Let us summarise the hexagram changes by briefly reiterating the results obtained from them. If we look at the basic hexagram 11 T’ai (Peace) we see that the female trigram K’un over the male trigram Ch’ien indicates that when the bottom three lines of the hexagram are moving lines the trigram changes into K’un also, indicating that the female influence will soften the masculinity of the male.


In the first of the three portrayals of moving lines in the upper trigram of hexagram 11, we see that the hexagram changes into Ta Chuang (Great Power), indicating that when the woman exercises great power of the male, then all will be well and peaceful.


In the second of the three portrayals of moving lines in the upper trigram of hexagram 11, we see that the hexagram changes into Hsu (Waiting) with the upper trigram becoming K’an (Water), indicating that water (urine) coming from the body of the woman over the man will bring about peace.


Lastly, in the third of the three portrayals of moving lines in the upper trigram of hexagram 11, we see that the hexagram changes into Ta Ch’u (Taming Force), indicating that the woman over the man will be a taming force.


From each of these findings can be seen two things. Firstly, in nature the woman’s place is on top - in a ruling position, and the man’s place is on the bottom, in a subordinate place to the female. Secondly, this can only be brought about by the woman urinating on the man.


It is no coincidence that however the hexagram T’ai (Peace) being the female trigram over the male trigram changes, roughly the same results are manifested each time. This clearly indicates that the situations portrayed are of a higher design. That this has only been revealed in recent times when we discovered what we now know as the Cybele Code, can only mean that now is the age in which full gynocracy will come about.



When we discovered the Cybele Code, we went back over everything we had learnt while studying Cybele and female dominated societies, and it became clear that in the far distant past an unknown hand had crafted all of the goddess worshipping artefacts, and even the temple of Cybele, with no other motive in mind other than to lead us to our findings. Why should this be? It could only be to bring about a lasting gynocracy – wherein peace would reign through the elevation of women in society and the subjugation of males, albeit consensual subjugation.


Cybelian marriage is a union where it is agreed by both bride and groom that their marriage will be female-led, and that it will operate in the Cybelian way – the man kept naked and collared, and urinated on daily by his wife – both to cement her control over him and to ensure his good health. It is a workable relationship, as it leaves no room for argument, and as such is commendable.


We must thank the Cybele Code for showing us the way to a new gynocracy – the way to peaceful life and no more war in the 21st century, and all brought about by the water of life flowing abundantly from the woman.


Some educated women who felt strongly about the woman’s place in society began writing strongly formed arguments for the case of female equality. Some were listened to; others not. Quite a few feminists espoused logical and well thought out positions, and these were adopted into the behaviour of western civilization. However, many were stridently anti-male, and their arguments grew increasingly ridiculous, thus detracting from their original intent of bringing about a society wherein women were regarded as equals.


A further problem encountered by the proponents of feminism was that a great many women didn’t actually want feminism, or at least some of the aspects of feminism. Such women felt that equality was very desirous, but not at the cost of losing their femininity along the way, or the way men were attracted to them. In the latter decade of the twentieth century, this resulted in a backlash against feminism, and the concept was largely discredited in all but the most die-hard of its exponents.


The Cybele Code itself

It is still not enough to completely tame the man. This is where the wife’s use of him as a human-toilet comes in. Whenever the wife needs to urinate, the man has to immediately drop what he is doing, and lay beneath her with his mouth open wide, then swallow all of her urine. This will be done as many times during the day as the wife needs to urinate. Should there be guests present who are aware of the tenets of the marriage, the man will still have to submit to being used as a toilet – even if the guests witness his abject shame.


Indeed, this is bizarre. But it is necessary in a gynocracy, where for it all to work the man must be reduced to as low a status as possible. As with the Catal Hoyuk and Luristan models, where in both cases the woman is seen urinating on the man, it actually works. In urinating on the man, the woman is doing two equally important things.  Firstly, she is keeping the man in his place by showing her contempt for him – how better to show contempt than urinating on someone. Secondly, she is ensuring his continued good health by making him drink her urine. The beneficial effects of drinking urine have been known for many centuries. In modern times it is called urine therapy.


Many years later, towards the end of the Shang dynasty, the emperor in Yu-li in the province of Ho-nan imprisoned the founder of the subsequent Chou dynasty King Wen. Not having much to do with his time, King Wen spent the best part of two years combining the eight trigrams to form hexagrams – six-lined figures. Using all the available permutations, he came up with 64 hexagrams. These were subsequently used as a form of divination, by the process either of casting 49 yarrow stalks, or throwing three coins six times to create the relevant hexagram.


Hexagrams are built from the bottom up. Dependant upon the cast or coin-throw, each of the individual lines of the hexagrams was either solid or moving – as in fig B at the right. If any of the lines were moving lines, a secondary hexagram would be created. This linear potential for change resulted in 4096 possible permutations – and therefore results - from any single hexagram cast.

Moving lines

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

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