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The Feminine in the Bible III

Another recent conversation concerned how the feminine principles of spirituality have been repressed in Western culture over the last 2000 years, with reference to some lectures by Steiner in “The Temple Legend”. That the Freemasons were aligned on one side of the conflict ? against the feminine – was quite clear in Steiner’s presentation. As such, to me they represent “individuals who find...

The Feminine in the Bible II

Following up on yesterday’s posting? The writers of the OT and especially parts of the NT didn’t emphasize the importance of the feminine. However, in as much as they recorded the facts, the feminine is definitely to be found. They might not place Magdalene on center stage and praise her role, but since she is mentioned it becomes possible for us reading the Gospels to reconstruct the scene and put the emphasis...

The Feminine in the Bible

Someone asked me recently why the feminine mysteries were so buried in the Bible. My answer: The Bible, both Old Testament and New Testament, was written primarily by men, and (especially for parts of the New Testament – the Epistles) arguably by men who had little understanding of the importance of the feminine. Hence, what is found there concerning the feminine tends to be “between the lines” as it were....