Posts Categorized: Sacred Feminine

Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

Posted by & filed under Ark of the Covenant, Asmodeus, Demons, Kabbalah, King of the Demons, Name of God, Sacred Feminine, Shamir, Shechinah, Solomon, tabernacle, Temple, where in the Bible.

Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

Solomon’s Temple, the permanent ‘home for God’ where the Ark of the Covenant would rest and the Shechinah would dwell, was built on the same pattern as the original ‘Tabernacle in the Wilderness’ that was built by Moses, though it was far more grand and elaborate.    The Bible tells us that “no hammer or…
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THE GREAT WORK OF ART – A Human Being

Posted by & filed under Bible Symbols, biblical symbolism, Exodus, Kabbalah, Michelangelo's David, Sacred Feminine, spiritual awakening, What does the Bible mean.

According to the Jewish mystical tradition, the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is the ‘Vessel’ that accepts and protects the ‘Seed’, the ‘Light’, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. She then pours forth all of nature, abundance, and life. The Kabbalah adds, however, that as the Vessel continues down the path of…
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RACHEL & LEAH (Part 2)

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Jacob's children, Jacob's wives, Kabbalah, Rachel and Leah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare With cunning and wisdom, the Sacred Feminine protects Jacob and transfers all of Laban’s power to him.   (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my Blog, please consider buying a book today.And let me…
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THE BEAUTY AND WISDOM OF THE FEMININE

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Jacob's children, Jacob's wives, Kabbalah, Rachel and Leah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare In the Kabbalah, Rachel represents Beauty and Leah represents deep Understanding, two sides of the Sacred Feminine — the ‘Presence’ of God in the manifest world.  (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my…
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THE BEAUTIFUL REBECCA

Posted by & filed under Beer-lahai-roi, Genesis, Hagar and Ishmael, Isaac and Rebecca, Jews and Muslims, Kabbalah, Keturah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare Since Isaac and Ishmael could re-unite as brothers, the story makes clear, there is no reason at all why their children, Jews and Muslims, cannot do the same. Come hear the story of Rebecca, her husband, and her children. Episode 6 of THE SACRED FEMININE: Women in the Bible (Don’t like Videos? To read…
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HAGAR, PRINCESS OF EGYPT

Posted by & filed under Beer-lahai-roi, Genesis, Hagar, Hagar and Abraham, Hagar and Ishmael, Kabbalah, Sacred Feminine, Schechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare Hagar, mother of Ishmael (with Abraham), was a Princess of Egypt. The Talmud says she was “perfumed with good deeds”. In today’s Sacred Feminine Video, find out about her real conflict with Sarah. (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE…
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SARAH: ARCHETYPE OF THE SHECHINAH

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Kabbalah, Sacred Feminine, Sarah, Sarah and Abraham, Sarai, Schechinah, What doe the Bible mean, what does Bible say, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare  In the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is described as a ‘Vessel’ that holds and protects the ‘seed’, the Light, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. Sarah is the archetypal essence of the Sacred Feminine (in Hebrew, the SHECHINAH), and as such, she naturally glows with a heavenly beauty that ordinary…
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AN END TO RELIGIOUS MISOGYNY

Posted by & filed under Adam and Eve, evil woman, misogyny, original sin, Sacred Feminine, symbols meaning, the apple, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare “Original Sin” is NOT something “a woman did a long time ago”. This is a parable of our own inner life, each one of us, right here, right now. It’s high time we stopped blaming Eve! Today’s video explains. (This one’s a bit over 5 min, a tad long perhaps, but when you’re readjusting…
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EVE and the INFAMOUS RIB

Posted by & filed under Adam and Eve, Adam's Rib, Eve, Genesis, Pandora, Sacred Feminine, Sexism, Sexism in the Bible, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare In this 2nd Episode of “The Sacred Feminine: WOMEN IN THE BIBLE”,  I show how the whole sexist presumption that underlies Western Civilization is based on a mistranslation and misinterpretation. In fact, what the story really is telling us is that “The ‘One’ becomes ‘Two’, and there is nothing in this description to indicate…
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“DOOR TO THE MIND” RADIO INTERVIEW

Posted by & filed under Adam and Eve, Door to the Mind, esoteric exoteric, Paula Hutson, Radiah Nunez, Radio interview, Sacred Feminine, sacred quest, What does the Bible mean.

TweetShare I had the pleasure of speaking last night with hosts Paula Hutson and Radiah Nunez on their Radio Program The Door To The Mind, a joint program with KDCL Media and the H20 Network. You can download the show and listen to it instantly by CLICKING HERE. (It begins with a rather-too-long-musical interlude, and the…
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TODAY’S SATURDAY. LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO DO?

Posted by & filed under Andrew Cort, are all religions the same, Changing Times Changing World, Gospels, religious unity, Rite of Initiation, Sacred Feminine, Torah.

TweetShare If you’re looking for something to do today (Saturday, November 19, 2011), and happen to be in or near the Western/Central Massachusetts area, I’ll be giving several talks as part of the “Changing Times, Changing World” Conference at the UMass Amherst Hotel at the Campus Center in Amherst. Come Join Us! Here’s what I’ll…
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THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDALENE

Posted by & filed under Christ, Gnosticism, Gospel of Mary, Mary Magdalene, Sacred Feminine, spiritual awakening, where in the Bible, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare Today’s post is an Excerpt from: The Gospel of Mary of Magdala: Jesus and the First Woman Apostle, by Karen L. King (Polebridge Press, Santa Rosa, California, 2003), pp. 3-12  Early Christianity and the Gospel of Mary Few people today are acquainted with the Gospel of Mary. Written early in the second century CE,…
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THE WOMAN WITH THE ALABASTER JAR

Posted by & filed under Anointing, Bible Symbolism, Esoteric Christianity, Harlotry, Idolatry, Pharisees, Sacred Feminine, What is Bible about, where in the Bible, Woman with the Alabaster Jar.

TweetShare In Luke’s gospel a Pharisee invites Jesus to dinner. Luke uses the word “Pharisee” to represent narrow-minded religious bigots who have lost sight of the inner spiritual meaning of religious rules and customs, and perform religious obligations simply as a way to enhance their own ego. The word also applies to that place in…
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