"In the Beginning, God was a Woman, the Cosmic Mother"
~ Credo Mutwa, Zulu Mystic and internationally acclaimed authority on African spirituality
"Then Pilate, Ruler of Jerusalem, gave orders to lay hands on Issa and to deliver him to the judges, without, however, arousing the displeasure of the people.
But Issa taught : " Do not seek straight paths in darkness, possessed by fear.But gather force and support each other.He who supports his Neighbour strengthens himself. I tried to revive the Laws of Moses in the hearts of the people.
And I say unto you that you do not understand their true meaning because they do not teach revenge but forgiveness*.
But the meaning of these laws is distorted.'.....
...At this time, an old woman approached the crowd, but was pushed back.
Then Issa said,
"Reverence Woman, Mother of the Universe"
in her lies the truth of Creation.She is the foundation of all that is good and beautiful.
She is the source of Life and Death.
Upon her depends the existence of man, because She is the sustenance of his labours.
She gives birth to you in trevail, she watches over your growth.
Wife and Mother ~ they are the adornments of the Universe."The Fleur-de-Lis ( Flower of Isis )
The Fleur de Lis is an ancient Goddess symbol, and is closely associated with the Knights Templars, one of those traditions heavily persecuted by the Catholic Church in their efforts to stamp out any remaining vestige of Goddess worship within the Church.
It is a Lily, and Lilies are the sacred floral symbol of the Great Goddess.
Thus, the Fleur de Lis is a symbol of all the Goddesses, particularly Lilith, who is named after the Lily, or Yoni of Creation; as well as Mary Magdalene, an aspect of the Goddess that the Catholic Church has tried their very best to suppress and deny.
The Hieros Gamos, or sacred wedlock, which symbolically unites the Yin with the Yang, and sanctifies a divine union, is an ancient Pagan tradition, and Jesus was indeed, a Pagan.
A little more on the origins of the word Lily, and the relevance of the Lily for modern spiritual people;
Lilu refers to Lily ( - lili) – that beautiful Lotus , or Water Lily, which in its turn symbolizes the Yoni, the Divine Feminine; and is a sacred symbol of the Creatrix Mother Goddess figures, for example, Goddess Kali, The Great Mother of India, venerated by literally millions as the Dark Mother of all creation (and not only in India) has the Lotus as Her sacred symbol too- and what a synchronicity, as one of the other Names of Lilith (according to the learned Jewish teachers of old) is indeed , Kali.
Still venerated by millions ( and not only in India) Kali-Ma, Mamaki , Mami – the same Name as the Great Creatress Goddess of Mesopotamia , Mama ; the first child of Tiamat, Mummu; the African Divine Mother, Mami, which Name is the first of Au-Set, the All-Mother, whose Divine Son is Horus.
Lilith is an individual Goddess in Her own right, however the Name Lilith is also a collective Name for the Divine Feminine Principle of the Universe and all of the Goddesses as One. All Lilies are the most sacred floral emblems of the Divine Feminine.
Star Fire was the lunar essence of the Goddess, but, even in an everyday mundane environment, menstruum contains the most valuable endocrinal secretions, especially those of the pineal and pituitary glands. The brain’s pineal gland in particular was directly associated with the Tree of Life, for this tiny gland was said to secret the very essence of active longevity, called soma, or, as the Greeks called it, ambrosia.
In mystic circles, the menstrual ’flow-er’ (’she who flows’) has long been the designated ’flower’ and is represented as a lily or a lotus. Indeed, the definition ’flow-er’ is the very root of our modern word ’flower’. In ancient Sumer, the key females of the Dragon succession were all venerated as lilies, having such names as Lili, Luluwa, Lilith, Lilutu and Lillette.
The ’Scarlet Women’ were so called because of their being a direct source of the priestly Star Fire. They were known in Greek as the Hierodulai (’Sacred Women’) - a word later transformed (via mediaeval French into English) to ’harlot’. In the early Germanic tongue, they were known as Horés - which was later Anglicised to ’whores’. However, the word originally meant, quite simply, ’Beloved Ones’. As pointed out in good etymological dictionaries, these words were descriptions of high veneration and were never interchangeable with such words as ’prostitute’ or ’adulteress’. Their now common association was, in fact, a wholly contrived strategy of the medieval Roman Church in its bid to denigrate the noble status of the sacred priestess.
The withdrawal of knowledge of the genuine Star Fire tradition from the public domain occurred when the science of the early adepts and later Gnostics (the true pre-Christian Christians) was stifled by the forgers of historic Christianity. A certain amount of the original gnosis (or knowledge) is preserved in Talmudic and rabbinical lore, but, generally speaking, the mainstream Jews and Christians did all in their power to distort and destroy all traces of the ancient art.
In addition to being the ’Gold of the Gods’, the Anunnaki menstruum was also called the ’Vehicle of Light’, being the ultimate source of manifestation, and in this regard it was directly equated with the mystical ’Waters of Creation’ - the flow of eternal wisdom. It was for this reason that the Rosi-Crucis (the Dew Cup, or Cup of the Waters identified as a red cross within a circle) became the Mark of Cain, and the subsequent emblem of the kingly succession.
One of the other etymological roots of Lilith's Name, is "Wind Spirit". This can be transliterated as "Breath of Life" , or "Aether/Life force".
This is a translated text from one of the earliest known texts, on a clay tablet originating in Sumer.
“In the clay, God and Man shall be bound’
To a unity brought together;
So that to the end of days
The Flesh and the Soul
Which in a god have ripened –
That Soul in a blood-kinship be bound;
As it’s Sign life shall proclaim.
So that this not be forgotten,
Let the Soul in a blood-kinship be bound”
“The Wise and learned,
Double –seven birth-goddesses had assembled;
Seven brought forth males
Seven brought forth females.
The Birth Goddess brought forth
The Wind of the Breath of Life..
In pairs they were completed,
In pairs were they completed in her prescence.
The creatures were people –
Creatures of the Mother Goddess”
Once, Twice, Thrice round about,
so this Charm is wound up ~
the great deception is revealed;
and the Age of the Daughter begins.
Hail the Goddess !!!