Alan Tegel
2 min readNov 5, 2020


I take moments like this from my position to help center myself in trying to make sure the woman in my aura/circles/life feel safe, secure, and happy.

Will I fail at it? You betcha, but I hope through communication and life that they can see I am giving it my all to help them help themselves, and my takeaway is to become a richer and stronger masculine person.

One of my skills is in "reading the tea leaves" in highly complex systems and life. It has suited me in my professional life where I model and test and can work with users in the millions, tens of millions and more all doing stuff.

So what and why does that matter? While most folks are worried about what is in front of their noses, if given the space and resources, I can see steps b-f way ahead.

E.g. I read the tea leaves being in Indiana and traveling throughout the country with a lot of time being spent in California that a major set of societal 'events' were going to happen (black swans).

I realized the only safe state was Texas, so I had to plan and make happen the move of a horse farm. IS it cheap or easy to do so? No way. Started in 2012 moved in 2015 and then dealt with it from there, surviving as I go along.

I warned people but my communication was poor (think Goddess Cassandra). But I tried, and even now as I warn people they are still triggered by identity.

So I just provide it and step away ...

I have come to realize, I am here for you and others for a masculine POV (not fake one) if you desire it. Also, for safe harbor if you need it.

I know darkness, I fought and won. Winning that fight gives me the confidence and tools to fight the darkest of demons and not lose my soul.

Not many people can say that, and for that I say the future is female, how can I help. When women feel safe, please think of me and help me out when you can and if you can. If not I will "Highlander" it as a man :D

Be well.



Alan Tegel

Lover of people, Texas Feminist Liberal Democrat, Horse Farm, High Tech Gadget ENFP Guy, and someone who appreciates the struggle of women and wants to help.