Social Law vs. Natural Law: Wake up, you’re in the jungle baby.


Social law is a system of rules enforced upon most civilized people at birth. It is a set of rules that governs how one must live to make a society work: don’t steal, be a good person, treat others as you yourself want to be treated, we’re all equals and if we can just put our differences aside and work together we’ll live in a golden utopia. These laws are a mix of the bubbling froth of traditional Judeo Christian doctrine and modern liberal humanism. It is the greatest scam of all time, the master deceit, a system of lies wrapped in a pretty package and called civilization. It’s like being fucked by a pig dressed as a nun.

Then there is the natural law, the real law, the primitive nature of man. The part of our brains that developed over thousands of years surviving ice ages, droughts, jungles, deserts, plague and war. It is the lizard brain, the animal brain, the part of ourselves that drives instinct and behavior at the deepest level.

In our ignorance we think we are one level removed from the beasts of the Earth. Anyone who has ever had pets or who has even been out in nature knows that there is a savage law that reigns above all: survival of the fittest, sink or swim, learn to fly or die trying. “Victory or Valhalla.”

This is not to say that altruism at some level doesn’t exist. Experiments have shown that mice will risk their lives to free their friends from captivity. Bonobos in tribes will share their food with one another. A dog may adopt an orphaned kitten as its own and take care of it.

I’m not saying that kindness doesn’t exist in our primitive nature. Yet the rules of civilized society are a farce. Rules written on stone tablets and commanded from “god” were of course meant for the people on the lower rungs of the social ladder – not the rich and the powerful.

If you look at social demographics today, it is the poor who are the most religious and the rich who are the least. The rich will lie, steal and oppress who ever gets in their way – this is called living by the natural law.

The natural law is vicious. She is the mother who harps and criticizes, who points out your greatest insecurities with a laugh and a wicked smile. She is not the lovey dovey Earth mother of flowers, hugs and candy. She is Kali on a rampage, burning down the overgrown forest. She wrathful and jealous Hera, tormenting and destroying those who oppose her. Her compassion is great to those who respect her, but her ire is the death felt a thousand times over in a tsunami.

So we go about in our daily lives, speaking, acting and breathing by the social law – when deep in our subconscious mind – we are living by the natural law. Why does the established man with a wife and a family risk it all for one night of passion with a young and beautiful woman, even when he knows that the repercussions could be loneliness, divorce, and endless alimony payments? Why does the woman “happily married” to a sensible and practical man sacrifice it all to run away with a less civilized beast? Why do the leaders of countries run their people into ruin with endless debt and war in pursuit of wealth – even when they themselves are at risk?

The fools and idiots scratch their heads. Jaws open. Flabbergasted. Standing around like a flock of gaping vaginas. A question mark that lingers in the air like a stangnant stench.

At the beginning of our lives we are placed on a chess board, but told that it is a checker board. Like obedient pawns, we concentrate on advancing one square at a time – only to be shocked and appalled when the rook claims our lives with one clean sweep. How could he do that? That wasn’t fair? You can’t just go all the way across the board? Sure you can, when you realize what game you’re playing.

So wake up. You’re in the jungle baby. As apes that’s where we started and we never really left. Sure, we may be savvy enough to build little houses and neat little roads and fenced up suburbs in which to divide our fake neat little lives.

But civilization as we know it is only 5,000 years old. Modern industrial society is only 200 years old. The real laws of man were established over the 40,000 years of our existence as beasts, and even the laws of the apes before that have carried over.

Would the human psyche change that quickly? To adapt to the humanitarian, liberal and christian laws of the land? Maybe when you chop off the genitals and lobotomize the mind. Why do you think antidepressants are so prevalent in today’s society? Why do you think people have to go to expensive therapies for their limp marriages and sex lives?

So wake up from the delusion. Everything you have been told is a lie. Realize what game you’re playing and play it right. There are no equals. Only winners and losers. Are you the wolf or its prey?

“You can taste the bright lights, but you won’t get there for free.”

14 responses

  1. Pingback: Social Law vs. Natural Law: Wake up, you’re in the jungle baby. | wllmwolf

  2. Michael

    I am very close to my dog. But there is a vast difference between us. I have the power of choice…he does’nt. he can only react to his instincts. I can see my instincts and then I have a choice…!
    It is very sad if you believe you are only an animal.
    For most often the human becomes what it believes…

    March 31, 2013 at 1:11 pm

  3. That’s a good point Michael. You’re right, our superior intellect does give us an ability to create a civilization with laws where we monitor our most base instincts.

    However, I guess the crude point I was trying to make is that many of these instincts are still there and guide what we do.

    Yet they are a reality that we try to keep hushed up, swept under the rug. A lot of people don’t even understand themselves and their own actions, because they don’t even understand their most primitive instincts.

    In psychology there is a basic understanding of the Ego and the Id. The Id is our base, animal self. The Ego is the higher self – the self we would like to think operates by an enlightened and civilized set of laws.

    Those in power enact a series of laws to keep civilization in order, but then violate those very laws for their own material gain.

    I think the laws of Id, the laws of the jungle, are much more pervasive than the modern person thinks. Whether it be in romantic relationships or in the higher echelons of political authority – animal instinct is there – humming like bees inside a jar. Just below the surface, subconscious and yet decisive.

    Let’s look at what the people with power and authority do. Billions of dollars are poured into wars that benefit an elite few and bankrupt the many. They also turn a blind eye to the sweat shops in oriental countries, powered by child labor working 12+ hour days, whole sale destruction of animal life and natural habitats, factory farms where sentient animal life is drugged, beaten and kept in the dark perpetually for our own consumption. There is even an “eighth continent” forming in the Pacific Ocean of our garbage and plastic.

    When I think about it, in many ways animals are actually less savage than humans. Animals never set up a system that threatened the majority of life on the planet for their own gain.

    April 1, 2013 at 10:01 am

    • mystery

      I agree with Metalgaia. She is observant and wise. Most humans are more lazy than afraid, so they would rather not choose to create an existence where they would have to make all their own choices- rather they choose to congregate together as cowards, clinging each other in superstitions, self numbing their own awareness from the remedies that lead to freedom.
      “We are all alone & nobody is coming to help us”
      “Why fear anything, you are nothing- do whatever you really want”
      “There is no meaning, but to experience that what you desire to experience”
      “Fortune favors the bold”

      May 21, 2014 at 1:34 pm

  4. anders

    Natural Law and the hermetic principles guiding this law

    October 17, 2014 at 8:29 pm

  5. anders

    A condensed version of Natural Law,
    http://freedom.lege.net/doc/Natural_Law__Yggdrasil__ver_C.pdf

    October 21, 2014 at 1:54 pm

  6. anders

    A video from an old policeman:

    January 16, 2015 at 5:05 pm

  7. I agree with all of it, except nature isn’t as cut-throat as we image. There is very little same-species competition in nature. If there is, it’s indirect, and when members of the same species meet and compete they rarely fight to the death. It’s not a dog-eat-dog world. It’s more of a “leave me be” world (or risk getting punched in the face if you don’t). Nature will teach us exactly what we need to know through natural law. Or rather, she will teach us what she wants us to know to keep herself strong and healthy. Having said that, we are doing her a disservice by following societal rules designed to keep us fucking soft, lazy and under control.

    February 15, 2015 at 8:02 pm

  8. psxmeup

    I agree with all of it, except nature isn’t as cutthroat as we image. There is very little same-species competition in nature. If there is, it’s indirect, and when members of the same species meet and compete they rarely fight to the death. It’s not a dog-eat-dog world. It’s more of a “leave me be” world (or risk getting punched in the face if you don’t). Nature will teach us exactly what we need to know through natural law. Or rather, she will teach us what she wants us to know to keep herself strong and healthy. Having said that, we are doing her a disservice by following societal rules designed to keep us fucking soft, lazy and under control.

    February 15, 2015 at 8:04 pm

    • It really depends on the territory, because most animals are very territorial. If a group of animals has a lot of land and food to share among themselves, there is less fighting and competition. But if resources are scarce, then the animals become much more fierce. That’s why what we’ve learned about animals in captivity isn’t very accurate, because you see animals of the same species killing one another over a small little cage.

      My dad raised a lot of animals when I was a kid. I commonly joke that our house was Noah’s ark because we had two of everything: bunnies, salamanders, newts, snakes, birds, fish, a cat, a dog, chameleons, etc.

      Two males of the same species would be very competitive with one another and many times try to kill one another. If there was a male and female together, the male would immediately try to rape the female and she would usually kick him in the face. However, in the wild, if they were two males of the same family they’d probably get along just fine.

      When I watch birds at my bird feeder, I notice that they will ruthlessly push each other out of the way for food, or try to fly into each other, or peck at one another, they’re very competitive little things.

      February 16, 2015 at 12:12 pm

      • anders

        How about these women? No competitive streaks?
        And secondly, an unnatural envoriment brings out unnatural behavior. And regarding humans, social conditioning have very much to do with behavior.

        Over 95% Chance Michelle Obama & Jennifer Aniston Born Men: Satanic-Illuminati Connection

        July 5, 2015 at 7:49 am

  9. Ajith rajapakshe

    It is convincing.you have your point.well presented.tha.k you.

    February 3, 2017 at 5:33 am

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