Femdomosophy and Female Supremacy
Computer modeling has done little to penetrate the secret history of the Femdomosophic Fragments.
No one is sure if there is an urtext. Some say there is three to five. Unprovable assertions. Many scholars feel the beginning precedes recorded history.
A few speculate the first documents appeared in an unknown matriarchal or Amazonian culture. Unverifiable intuitions.
None of the original compilers are known. Computer analysis identified three early anthologists. Obscure men, little is known of them other than their names.
There is an unending search for traces of a society that would have produced the Femdomosophic Fragments. Was female supremacy practiced in archaic and ancient times?
Editions multiplied during the European Renaissance. Scope and contents varied. Femdomologists worked in obscurity. Femdom studies – not that the word had appeared – proceeded secretly. Even the most esteemed literati faced excommunication. How these men (?) discovered and collated text remains unknown.
Collocation continues to clarify these issues.
Eighteenth century Femdomosophers studied secretly. There was a secret European community of Femdomosophers. There is hope that undiscovered caches of books will contain hitherto unknown Femdomological writings.
In mid-Victorian times four main editions of the Femdomosophic Fragments predominated.
Modern man was ready to discover the superiority of women. That was the hope. Instead patriarchy dominates to this day.
An early twentieth century edition became the standard text. Successive editors worked to improve the clarity and fidelity. The Annotated Femdomosophic Fragments has become the most often read edition.
There are alternate versions. The mysterious provenance and history allow for considerable leeway.
Most readers are indifferent to scholarly and academic disputes. They need a clear summary of female superiority and supremacy. Each reader considers the work in relation to her own experiences. Some reject it altogether.
Most of its protocols and rituals have been partially adopted. Usage varies. Mutates into unexpected practices. No one embraces everything.
Admirers of the Femdomosophic Fragments have used the teachings to foster female supremacy in tangible ways. Both the Materfamilias Estates and Femdomly were inspired by the book.