Archive | December 2016

The Apostle to the Apostles Arises

As we all are connected living and breathing together she emerges. Yeshua is the new Adam and she is and always was the new Eve. Not a sinner though, she is humanity. Yeshua cured her of her humani…

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The Apostle to the Apostles Arises

As we all are connected living and breathing together she emerges. Yeshua is the new Adam and she is and always was the new Eve. Not a sinner though, she is humanity. Yeshua cured her of her humanity – the 7 deadly sins – and she has waited in time  for  the world to be ready for her awakening. She is the woman Peter addressed with deference after the death of Christ because he recognized Christ loved her differently than he loved the apostles.

John 20:17–18 and Mark 16:9–1 Mary Magdalene, commissioned by the risen Jesus to inform the disciples of his resurrection, is called “the apostle to the apostles”.

We are ready now to move forward beyond our genetic indoctrination and those ties that have held us bound to the religions of ancient men. Mary Magdalene was identified as the Apostle to the Apostles in those ancient times and humanity was not ready for the teachings Yeshua shared only with her. She became the Sophia – wisdom – wedded to the logos – the principle of divine reason. Ancient men re-dressed the delusions Yeshua came to eradicate and humanity has lived on in new error. Mary Magdalene has awakened to midwife our transformation in to truth.

Like migrating birds following the same paths encoded in their DNA, we must move beyond the years of religious indoctrination and open ourselves up to the teaching that has remained hidden. Mary Magdalene was able to see what the Apostles could only hear. Mary Magdalene became the great knowing of the resurrected Christ and is revealing herself now to those “who have ears to hear”.

 

Mary Magdalene, 1877, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

 

The Magdalene – Emergence of the Sacred Feminine

This site will be dedicated to Mary Magdalene and the emergence of the Sacred Feminine.

Through out history, Mary Magdalene was the most maligned Biblical figure and stands as a symbol of evolving consciousness for the 21st Century.  The oppressed element of the feminine must be transformed for humankind to evolve. We must refine our thinking and previously held convictions of what we have been taught throughout the centuries. We must now embrace the evolution of our consciousness at a time when humanity is poised to step to the next level. We have been indoctrinated by false teaching founded from a time represented by patriarchy. We have long ignored the teachings of Jesus that clearly addressed his desire to acknowledge the feminine as completion, as the essential union  without which we can not transcend our Earthly limitations.

Jesus cured Mary Magdalene of 7 demons – of the seven deadly sins themselves. She was a fully enlightened being.

Mary Magdalene,  was commissioned by the risen Jesus to witness his resurrection, is and is called “the apostle to the apostles” ~John 20:17–18 and Mark 16:9–1. Mary Magdalene was not ONE of the apostles, she was the bearer of the secret teachings and the TEACHER of the apostles. The one held in highest esteem, yet buried for 2000+ years.

She is emerging like a rose frozen in waiting, ready to bloom.

Frozen Rose

Common Sense Jesus

What is “common sense” Jesus?

It is looking – with common sense – at what Jesus said and might have meant and getting past “the mystery” of faith and trying to get to what common sense would tell us. What is the message  that is right under our noses?

“The kingdom of God does not come with observation; nor will they say, ‘See here!’ or ‘See there!’ For indeed, the kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:20-21).

John 14:17; 25-27 The Promise of the Holy Spirit

17 This is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, because he abides with you, and he will be in you.

25 “I have said these things to you while I am still with you. 26 But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you everything, and remind you of all that I have said to you. 27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid.

Common sense Jesus says look beyond the dogma, I am not there. I am inside of you.

 

vatican dove

Have we lost our way following The Way of Jesus?

I spend a lot of my time searching, wandering, wondering if Jesus came back today would he be happy with contemporary Christianity? What was he really trying to teach us? Have we lost our way in trying to follow The Way? Are we a part of the small band of followers who really hears him and will make it through the “narrow gate” or have we followed the masses mindlessly like lemmings – victims of life long and multiple generations of indoctrination?

I fear the later.

We are close to our celebration of Christmas, many state that Jesus truly wasn’t born December 25th – I am not sure it matters, he was born one day during the year and there doesn’t seem to be a strong record of exactly when that was, he was born on a day so December 25th is as good as any. The idea to celebrate Christmas on December 25 apparently originated in the 4th century. Did the Catholic Church want to eclipse the festivities of a rival pagan religion that threatened Christianity’s existence? Or was it an early attempt at inculturation? Incorporating local custom into liturgical celebration to ease the transition of the faithful in line with Church (and Roman) practice. Most likely. But to celebrate Christmas is a part of our culture, maybe not an accurate expression of faith.

Has Catholicism and Christianity suffered the same fate as all of history? To the victor goes the spoils and the record of events.

My starting pain points:

  1. Jesus never called us to worship him, he said worship “my Father” – our Father – find him worthy. Jesus called himself our friend, our brother.
  2. Jesus said call no earthly man “Father” why do we call our priests “Father”? Matt 23:9
  3. He loved women, does our Church?
  4. Why does Mary have to be a Virgin? Mary’s virginity was not doctrine until the Council of Nicea in 325AD, which also determined the canonical Gospels.
  5. Paul was not an apostle and never met Jesus, yet his letters represent maybe 60% of the New Testament.

More later, Merry Christmas, have compassion and empathy during the holidays. I think Jesus  would like that, even love is misused and misunderstood.

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