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So, if there's a Divine Feminine, what's the Divine Masculine?

 
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So, if there's a Divine Feminine, what's the Divine Masculine?
Can't have one without the other. Never heard anyone talk about the DM, so what is it?
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Re: So, if there's a Divine Feminine, what's the Divine Masculine?
Christ.
The divine feminine would just be the other "half" that was conveniently left out of the major modern religions and opted instead to create a situation of dominance/servitude. Instead of a complementary relationship so that our world would be balanced with the best attributes of each. Instead the best attributes of each, without each other, have devolved into the worst. That balance is necessary for all of our sakes.

Made in OUR image.
In OUR image, we made them.
Iow...
Masculine and feminine.
The Christian religion would have you believe that the divine masculine is Christ and his bride (the divine feminine) is a CHURCH. lmao A church.
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07/12/2012 10:04 PM
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"The original aspect of the Divine Masculine or the Warrior was very much revered. He was the beloved consort of the Feminine and walked in balance with her. The Green Man and Mother Earth are an example. Both the feminine and masculine aspects of the Divine were viewed as equal in spirit, intelligence, and importance. In the physical and emotional areas, they were viewed as complementary."

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"The original aspect of the Divine Masculine or the Warrior was very much revered. He was the beloved consort of the Feminine and walked in balance with her. The Green Man and Mother Earth are an example. Both the feminine and masculine aspects of the Divine were viewed as equal in spirit, intelligence, and importance. In the physical and emotional areas, they were viewed as complementary."

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The original Trinity among the old religions was The Father, The Mother, and The Son...The divine trinity was the family unit...signifying the creation of life!

Even though I consider myself a follower of the teachings of Jesus Christ, I never understood the Christian Religious Dogma that ignored the divine feminine aspect in the Divine Trinity...frankly, I think this was done for hierarchical control, and nothing more...
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Look at the teachings of the Gnostics.
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A guy can look at a woman withouth thinking. "I'd sure like to fuck her".

And there you have it.

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Christ.
The divine feminine would just be the other "half" that was conveniently left out of the major modern religions and opted instead to create a situation of dominance/servitude. Instead of a complementary relationship so that our world would be balanced with the best attributes of each. Instead the best attributes of each, without each other, have devolved into the worst. That balance is necessary for all of our sakes.

Made in OUR image.
In OUR image, we made them.
Iow...
Masculine and feminine.
The Christian religion would have you believe that the divine masculine is Christ and his bride (the divine feminine) is a CHURCH. lmao A church.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19551540


Jesus/Mary

Osiris/Isis

Zeus/Athena

Sun/Moon

The Son/Sun born of the Mother Earth represents Christ as the King who weds the Church... the New World. The One World Order/Religion.

Incest = Divine Bloodlines

Ra as the Father to Maiden Isis.

Osiris as the Brother to Sister Isis.

Horus as the Son to Mother Isis.

It is all ONE. Trinity.

All = Pan

Most religions speak of a living GOD in the flesh who is man.

That is Divine Male. Walking and Living among humans.

The Church as the Bride is the Temple of God. The order of the phoenix from which the New World is Reborn from the ashes and death of the old world.



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Re: So, if there's a Divine Feminine, what's the Divine Masculine?
TASTADM ( There Ain't Such Thing As Divine Masculine ) LOL :D
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Re: So, if there's a Divine Feminine, what's the Divine Masculine?
"The original aspect of the Divine Masculine or the Warrior was very much revered. He was the beloved consort of the Feminine and walked in balance with her. The Green Man and Mother Earth are an example. Both the feminine and masculine aspects of the Divine were viewed as equal in spirit, intelligence, and importance. In the physical and emotional areas, they were viewed as complementary."

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17938575


The original Trinity among the old religions was The Father, The Mother, and The Son...The divine trinity was the family unit...signifying the creation of life!

Even though I consider myself a follower of the teachings of Jesus Christ, I never understood the Christian Religious Dogma that ignored the divine feminine aspect in the Divine Trinity...frankly, I think this was done for hierarchical control, and nothing more...
 Quoting: Saddletramp




perhaps it's ignored due to the fact that the female form doesn't exist on the spiritual side of things

there are no divisions in gender on the other side

all were created in His image

that being male in appearance

the Elohim, Gods children

that was prior to our fall into flesh

once we are returned to our original spiritual bodily forms we will once again all be the same "gender" per se, that being male in appearance altho with the full compliment of both the Yin and Yang as represented in the differentiation between male and female in this flesh existence/world.

that was ONLY necessary during our flesh incarnation so that we could continue to procreate and bring forth until all of Gods original Elohim/souls had passed through this state of FLESH.

there were a set number of children created in the first earth and heaven Age, originally. Until that number have all passed through flesh this earth Age will not come to completion. that time is at hand.

not rocket science yet it escapes the lot, as per usual.

guess it's just too logical and simple to be comprehended for the most part.

pity
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Can't have one without the other. Never heard anyone talk about the DM, so what is it?
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Here ya go. In all his..uh....her..uhh..glory
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"The original aspect of the Divine Masculine or the Warrior was very much revered. He was the beloved consort of the Feminine and walked in balance with her. The Green Man and Mother Earth are an example. Both the feminine and masculine aspects of the Divine were viewed as equal in spirit, intelligence, and importance. In the physical and emotional areas, they were viewed as complementary."

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Can't have one without the other. Never heard anyone talk about the DM, so what is it?
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not power or patriarchy





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