PDF of Book 2014(update: sorry Ipod movie version of pdf instead)(oh got the PDF to work too!)

PDF of book 2014 in a movie file that works on an ipOd

Historically,

Magnesia & Magnesia were designated Female & Male, as in “the female magnesia(manganese) & the male magnesia (iron)…

By the Ancient Greeks, who lived in Magnesia, a place now called Greece… ? Ancient Greece more like,.

So the female manganese came first, & the male magnesia came second, though the male iron was stronger a positive, & the female manganese was a minus a weaker element…

So this is how the Ancient Greeks resolved their gender differences…

Ladies went first, but were weaker…Gentlemen went second , but were stronger…

Earned less money perhaps but got paid first, earned more money perhaps but got paid second…

Theoretically speaking…

Response to the Comment, the first one, below:

Excellent Comment! (Though I have now reinstated comment approval checkbox because for some reason WordPress didn’t tell me I got one…& that was a Biggie to miss-so I am guessing with comment approval stuck back in there, I will get fewer comments once again, but at least I will be alerted for sure that they are there!)…
Ok, so two things…I had mentioned sports http://smartistcareerblog.com/2013/06/women-zero-men-100/#comments because women seem to want to admit that men are better at that & deserve to be paid more…I for one am not sure about that actually…But because of sports I think that bias carries over into arts & other sectors…If we could (if we wanted to) convince people that women are as good or better at sports then I think the other arenas would be easier to dissect, analyze &/or repair…( Sports are a caricature of the gender question I think-easier to see)…
Ok, regarding the blog post(I am referring to this one here-I started this answer on the Smartist Blog & decided to move it here for safety reasons) & the 1 comment that is there(here) by the great & wonderful spider, Ariadne (ok, so that is not how you spell your name, but I always think of that mythological Miss when I see your name)…- Here is the link if anyone care to go visit https://sarigrove.com/2013/06/04/pdf-of-book-2014/ …Um, that link might not be hot-I will stick it as my name Sari clickable(all this is for commenting on another person’s blog)…
Ok, so…
My observation about how the Ancient Greeks viewed two elements which were twins but opposites, as male or female, was the salient point I was making or trying to make…
My theory, of the body, is that each organ contains 2 elements that live as opposites…(watch the little movie there for more)…
So in my theory, (The Grove Body Part Chart), in the Thymus Gland, iron is one & manganese is the other, twin…
After I published my theory, I doublechecked other cultures for supporting evidence…
Yin & Yang,(a Chinese or Asian conceit) check…Cause & Cure( a North American conceit), check…& recently this male female thing by the Greeks(a European conceit)…check…
Hardware stores also use male / female to designate plugs(an anecdotal conceit)…check…
Now just because the Greeks did not have a great reputation regarding women’s issues (as Ariane pointed out so eloquently), does not eradicate the value of the point…
That one could label Iron as a Male & Manganese as a Female…That to keep it fair one should actually mention the female one first…So, Manganese is female & iron is male…This helps to straighten out my chart a bit…
One could say, the first element in each organ or body part is female (True to the chart posted here), & the second male…
The female is first but weaker , true, the male is mentioned second but is stronger, again true…
I have labelled them as Minus & Plus…If one adds the female male thing-one gets a very vivid symbol of the female as minus (or a valley) & the male as plus or a mountain…
Which do you prefer?

The following link takes you to an updated Flickr version of the movie file from the PDF in a larger size resolution (Quicktime instead of iPod) as well as updated information in the Grove Body Part Chart 2014 itself,,, here_ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarigrove/8961627900/

Update once again on Thursday June 6, 2013:

  On second thought, putting the “female” element first doesn’t jibe or jive with my flow chart of how each organ flows into the next…

  For instance, If you start with the Thyroid gland, made of Lead (male element) & Zinc (female element) then if you add those 2 together you should get the first element(male) of the next organ or body part, the Thymus Gland, Iron( a male element)…Now if you eat a peanut , manganese ( a female element) that completes the Thymus & moves you into the Lung Lymph Node system…So Iron (male) plus Manganese(female) equals Taurine(male), the first element of the Heart system…Add a banana, Potassium ( a female element) & you have your Heart…

One thought on “PDF of Book 2014(update: sorry Ipod movie version of pdf instead)(oh got the PDF to work too!)

  1. Non-theortically speaking, the Greeks didn’t think much about ladies at all and were indifferent to gender differences… unless they wanted progeny.

    Even sex was only given a first-class rating between men, as was just about every other aspect of first-class Greek life. Naomi Wolf gets right into that story in her latest book: “Vagina: A New Biography.”

    She also nails it with new research on female creativity and confidence – highly recommended first-class reading for all genders…

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