Posts Categorized: symbols meaning

2012 – “THE END OF THE WORLD”??

Posted by & filed under 2012, end of the world, Jericho, symbolism of number seven, symbols meaning, the door is open, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean.

In the Beginning, there were seven days of Creation. So at the End of the tale, there must be seven reciprocal days of Destruction. “Seven” is the number that symbolizes complete accomplishment. The Creation of the world was accomplished in seven days. The soul completed its descent from “Abraham” to “Joseph” and into the bondage…
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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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IS SEX “BAD” OR “SINFUL”?

Posted by & filed under Charon, Christ sex, Eros, Kabbalah, Logos, Qur'an, Sacred Sex, seraph, sex spirituality, spiritual awakening, Styx, symbolism serpent, symbols meaning, Thanatos, unclean, Uthman ibn Mazu, what does Bible mean.

TweetShare Our sexual energy is our spiritual energy. It is part of the soul’s ‘Serpent Power’ that encompasses the totality of Creation, the sacred force that can be used at one level for the creation of a human being, at another level for creativity in the arts and sciences, in business, and in human relations,…
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THE STORY OF DAVID AND GOLIATH

Posted by & filed under Anointing, Bible Symbolism, biblical allegory, David and Goliath, Goliath, King David, King Saul, Moshach, Philistines, Prophet Samuel, Ramah, symbols meaning.

Tweet Share David had been out “shepherding of his father’s flocks” (which means symbolically that he was preparing himself for his destiny). When he returned home, the prophet Samuel was there and he anointed him. This did not mean that he immediately became the new king; only that he had been selected by God. And…
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THE OCTAVE OF INITIATION: THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT ACCORDING TO WESTERN MYTH AND SCRIPTURE

Posted by & filed under enlightenment, Esoteric Christianity, Greek Myths, holy octave, Kabbalah, meaning of Bible, octave of Initiation, sacred octave, symbols meaning.

TweetShare Sacred Western stories are full of fabulous diversity when read externally – Gods and Goddesses, Heroes, Patriarchs, Saints, Miracles, Prophets, etc. But when read internally they all tell the same story – how to return ‘home’ to the Divine. In fact, The Bible, Qur’an, and Greek Myths can be read as ‘How To’ Manuals…
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THE RAPE OF DINAH

Posted by & filed under circumcision, Genesis, Hamor, Jacob and Esau, Rape of Dinah, Shechem, symbols meaning, what does Bible say, where in the Bible.

TweetShare During their journey, Jacob and his family came to the city of Shechem. Jacob bought some land from a man named Hamor, whose son’s name was Shechem, like the town. On one particular day, while Jacob’s sons were out pasturing the flock, Hamor’s son Shechem brought some of the young maidens of the land…
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DID THE DISCIPLES BELIEVE IN REINCARNATION?

Posted by & filed under Grace, is Jesus God?, man born blind, New Testament, Prodigal Son, Reincarnation, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare    As Jesus was walking with his disciples, “he saw a man who was blind from birth”. His disciples, having learned that this sort of affliction can be the result of ‘sin’, and noting that the blindness in this case had been from birth, asked Christ whether it was the man himself or his…
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AN INVITATION/REQUEST FOR REVIEWS

Posted by & filed under book reviews, islamic stories, jewish christian, sacred quest, spiritual awakening, spiritual books, symbols meaning.

TweetShare Are you interested in the topics we discuss on this website? The esoteric Symbolism of spiritual and religious stories? The sacred inner Quest for Enlightenment? The underlying Unity of all our traditions? The hope for international and intercultural Friendship and Peace?  I would like to invite any interested readers of my Blog to read,…
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AFTER THE FIRE AND THE STORM

Posted by & filed under Allan Bloom, Allegory of the Cave, Boob Tube, Homer Simpson, meaning of life, morals and values, Plato, Science and Religion, symbols meaning, Television, Tocqueville.

TweetShare “After all the fire and storm of the historical process, the struggles between good and evil, progress and reaction, the long and difficult climb from barbarism and slavery up into the light of civilization and finally of free civil society, at last and at length we struggle up to the peak of the mountain…
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PETER AND JUDAS – A SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

Posted by & filed under Esoteric Christianity, Jesus and Satan, Judas Iscariot, Judas' Kiss, Last Supper, Peter denies Christ, religious symbols, St. Peter, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare  “Contrary to his reputation as a treacherous sinner, Judas is the apostle with the highest understanding of Christ’s mission.” When Passover came, Jesus and his disciples celebrated the Seder. While they were eating, he said, “Truly I tell you, one of you will deliver me up.” (The Greek phrase is usually translated “will betray…
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THE TITANS

Posted by & filed under Cronos Rhea, Gaia, Greek gods, greek mythology, Noah and Ham, Noah castrated, symbols meaning, Titans, What does the Bible mean, where in the Bible, Zeus.

TweetShare In Greek mythology, the universe gets going when Reason makes Order out of Chaos. The Greeks represented Chaos as the first goddess, Gaia: that is, Gaia is the spiritual essence of the world, the transcendent mother-principle of the Nature that will come. Her husband (and, in some tales, her son)* was the first god,…
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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

Posted by & filed under Bible Symbols, Dante, Divine Comedy, Moses, Red Sea, religious symbols, sacred quest, spiritual awakening, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare In his Divine Comedy, the great Dante would weave a tale of waking up to find himself “lost in the woods”. He looks up and sees his home a short distance away on top of a hill, so he sets off to return there by the quickest possible route, i.e., by walking directly up…
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