What is IN the Red Pill?

Here’s a list of ingredients

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What’s in the Red Pill?

A lot of people have the misconception that the Red Pill is all about pick-up artists broadcasting their tricks for incels to get laid.  Some even go to the length of stating that the Red Pill is a religion.

It will be revealed below that the sexual marketplace is just one ingredient of the Red Pill, albeit, one of the most controversial and socially upheaving pieces.

In fact, there are several “pieces” of the Red Pill.  We should have a nutritional information label listing all of the main ingredients, because I’ve never seen them listed in one place.

Below, I’ve listed the main ingredients, each followed by a gamut of topics commonly identified with that ingredient.  These lists are by no means exhaustive.

It should be noted that, when combined together, all of these ingredients have a psychological interaction with the others, forming a very potent concoction.

As a reminder, taking the Red Pill doesn’t require one to believe all of the following points.  It only requires one to face the issues honestly, sort through the knowledge available, and decide for one’s self what to believe.  The Red Pill has different effects on different individuals, depending on their psychological state, and physical constitution.

Abstract or scientific theories, or other strange phenomenon

  • Alistair Crowley and his influence
  • Apocalyptic predictions
  • Contacts with extraterrestrial alien life forms (e.g. sightings, testimonies, Area 52)
  • Crop circles
  • DNA influenced behavior
  • Ecocide
  • Generational curses
  • Ghosts and the paranormal
  • Global warming
  • Local myths and legends (Bigfoot, the Loch Ness pleiosaur)
  • Nostradamus’ predictions
  • Patriarchy
  • Phenomenal or bizarre archaeological findings (e.g. giants, elongated skulls, the star child, Ron Wyatt)
  • Planet X (Nibiru)
  • Shifts in the magnetosphere
  • Strange noises in the atmosphere heard worldwide in 2012
  • The Mayan calendar

Environmental Conditions; Chemical and Biological Pollution

  • Food processing and additives (e.g. sweeteners)
  • Global warming
  • GMO’s
  • Hormonal birth control
  • Overharvestation
  • Tragedy of the Commons
  • Vaccine controversy

Christianity and Religion

  • Chivalry as the Christian norm
  • Churchianism, Churchianity, and Christianality
  • Entertainment-based worship services
  • Extreme ecumenicalism
  • False doctrines
  • False or maladapted interpretations of Eastern religions
  • High rates of sexual promiscuity in the church and its widespread acceptance
  • Profit-based evangelism


  • Ethical systems (Righteousness vs. Guilt, Honor vs. Shame, and Power vs. Fear)
  • Faith
  • Family
  • Morality
  • Procreation (birth control, abortion, pro-life vs. pro-choice, pregnancy term limits, when does life begin?)

Esoteric Influences

  • Conspiracy theories (9-11, assassination of the Kennedy’s, Princess Diana, and MLK, among others)
  • Controlled economy (student debt, interest rates, housing bubble of 2007),
  • Controlled media
  • Controlled opposition
  • Freemasonry
  • Globalism
  • Staged elections
  • The Bilderberg group
  • The Deep State
  • The Illuminati
  • The occult
  • Zionism

Gender Inversion and Perversion

  • Androgyny
  • Gay culture in the church
  • Gender neutral public restrooms
  • Gender transitions
  • Grooming
  • Sexual confusion among adolescents
  • The pervasiveness of homosexual consciousness and value systems
  • Transvestites teaching children in public schools

Government and Politics

  • Brexit
  • Immigration policies
  • National debt
  • Proxy wars
  • Refugee crises
  • The Deep State
  • The political pendulum
  • The rise of nationalism and socialism
  • The social security debacle


  • Debate tactics
  • Existentialism
  • Faith-based arguments
  • Gnon
  • Gnosticism
  • Mysticism
  • Nihilism
  • Objective truth vs. objective reality
  • The search for meaning
  • Transcendentalism


  • Advertising
  • Classical and operant conditioning
  • Communication Styles
  • Gaslighting
  • Identity formation
  • Mob (or herd) mentality
  • Personality theories
  • Psychological projection


  • Developing a career
  • Finding one’s purpose in life
  • Frame
  • Game (developing character, charisma, confidence)
  • Growing in faith and maturity
  • Leadership
  • Masculinity
  • Overcoming challenges (e.g. fear, personal hang-ups)


  • Atomization
  • Cohabitation
  • Common Core Education
  • Convergence
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Death of cultures
  • Gender fluff and nonsense
  • Generational cohorts
  • Immigration
  • Intersectional oppression
  • Leftist bias in entertainment and the news
  • Miscegenation
  • Out of wedlock births
  • Population displacement
  • Predominance of feministic thought and values
  • Progressive stack
  • Racial prejudice
  • Racism
  • Reverse discrimination
  • Sexism
  • The Black Lives Matter movement
  • The #MeToo movement
  • The influence of technology

The Feral Nature of Women

  • Hypergamy (e.g. gold diggers, sugar babies, branch swinging, carousel riding…)
  • Idols peculiar to women (e.g. “having fun”, pride, indignation, self-esteem, self-sufficient independence)
  • Psychological noise (e.g. white lies, $ћ!t testing, Gaslighting, psychological projection, etc.)
  • Solipsism (the proverbial hamster)
  • The feminine desire to rule over men (AKA The Curse of Eve)
  • The Feminine Imperative
  • The allure of choice (e.g. abortion, birth control, mate selection)
  • Women’s lack of agency

The Socio-Sexual/Marriage Marketplace

  • Applications of Game
  • Beta orbiters
  • Cohabitation
  • College dormitory and fraternity environments
  • Cuckoldry
  • Friends with benefits
  • Life Scripts
  • The nature of Game
  • Internet dating (OK Cupid, Tinder, online hookup culture)
  • Marriage 2.0
  • Open relationships
  • Polyamory
  • Sex clubs
  • Sexual blueprints
  • The 80/20 rule
  • The Online Amateur Sex Industry and Socialization (OASIS)
  • The socio-sexual hierarchy


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