I am old fashioned, yes. So are many others here. Normies love to think that men and women should dress the same, do the same jobs etc. But does it work that way in nature? I think not.
One issue is hair. Or to be more particular, a LACK of hair. Women nowadays wear short hair while men have little to no beards. My ancestors have always been bearded. It wasn’t until the Weimar Republic that man really started shaving themselves. And sadly not even the NSDAP would revert this. Uncle Adi had his mustache, but that was pretty much it.
A sign of strength
Long hair and beards have been seen as a sign of strength in ancient Nordic philosophy. Here a great teaching on this subject:
I am not sure what I should add, but I can only say that I will let my beard grow as long as possible. And if possible, make it look as wild as possible. And I suggest all men who read this to do the same. Trust me, it will change a lot, not merely outward appearances.
I mean, which true women would prefer a shaved thin armed soyboy over a muscled men? If you are among the former category, which I used to be too in late 2015/most of 2016, then there is a chance for you to change.
I also have seen many times how my beard influence my life, for the better or for the worse. Trust me, you CANNOT go wrong with a long, natural beard. Doesn’t have to be Gandalf, just make sure it marks your face that much that people cannot imagine you without it, perhaps ever make it cover your neck like the gentleman in the video above.
Like it or not, what is natural for you is good for you. Nature has given us what we need in my humble opinion. Otherwise we would not have been able to live for hundred thousand years. Sadly, man has not developed AT ALL. The Neanderthals were more or less the same as us. They just did not have to face propaganda.
It took a long time for anti-natural propaganda to developed. Thousands and many thousands of years. The first success could be seen 2,000 years ago in Rome. And yes, most of the Roman Soldiers also were shaved. So that may already have been a sign. Some good thinkers were there in the Roman Empire, but unlike the Greeks, they seriously lacked of beards. The nordic man however never cared about it, he remained with what was not natural.
The middle ages continued that way, beards were the standard nearly everywhere. However, the church and royals seemed to have a problem with it. They wanted to look embarassingly clean. Now, there were great people from there too, philosophers, poets, painters, architects and musicians, but why did they have to push the anti-beard propaganda that much?
Do not get me wrong, the Renaissance and the next two to three centuries after weren’t too much of a bad time – except for the lack of beards. The German royals however still refused to shave themselves.
Oh, and if you want to know how your beard should look – there are many ways:
WARNING: I do not suggest you to get a tattoo. You do not need it. But you DO need power. So start all over again today.