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Old 11-05-2016, 07:14 PM   #124
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Battle in Heaven is a 2005 Mexican-French-German film..Marcos is a working class man in Mexico, employed by "the general"..

Prophecy 3 - Always Take The + Doughnut Recipe..
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The God and the Goddess ready to get it on..


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But the days when the sun reaches these points are, respectively, the 21st of June and the 22d of December, and this will account for their subsequent application to the two Saints John, whose anniversaries have been placed by the church near those days..

The Phallus was a sculptured representation of the membrum virile, or male organ of generation, and the worship of it is said to have originated in Egypt, where, after the murder of Osiris by Typhon, which is symbolically to be explained as the destruction or deprivation of the sun's light by night, Isis, his wife, or the symbol of nature, in the search for his mutilated body, is said to have found all the parts except the organs of generation, which myth is simply symbolic of the fact, that the sun having set, its fecundating and invigorating power had ceased.. The Phallus, therefore, as the symbol of the male generative principle, was very universally venerated among the ancients, and that too as a religious rite, without the slightest reference to any impure or lascivious application.. He is supposed, by some commentators, to be the god mentioned under the name of Baal-peor, in the Book of Numbers, as having been worshipped by the idolatrous Moabites.. Among the eastern nations of India the same symbol was prevalent, under the name of "Lingam." But the Phallus or Lingam was a representation of the male principle only.. To perfect the circle of generation it is necessary to advance one step farther.. Accordingly we find in the Cteis of the Greeks, and the Yoni of the Indians, a symbol of the female generative principle, of co-extensive prevalence with the Phallus.. The Cteis was a circular and concave pedestal, or receptacle, on which the Phallus or column rested, and from the centre of which it sprang..

The union of the Phallus and Cteis, or the Lingam and Yoni, in one compound figure, as an object of adoration, was the most usual mode of representation.. This was in strict accordance with the whole system of ancient mythology, which was founded upon a worship of the prolific powers of nature.. All the deities of pagan antiquity, however numerous they may be, can always be reduced to the two different forms of the generative principle-the active, or male, and the passive, or female.. Hence the gods were always arranged in pairs, as Jupiter and Juno, Bacchus and Venus, Osiris and Isis.. But the ancients went farther. Believing that the procreative and productive powers of nature might be conceived to exist in the same individual, they made the older of their deities hermaphrodite, and used the term ἀῤῥενοθέλυς, or man-virgin, to denote the union of the two sexes in the same divine person..

Thus, in one of the Orphic Hymns, we find this line:--

"Ζεὺς ἄρσην γένετο, Ζεὺς ἄμβροτος ἔπλετο νύμφη."

Jove was created a male and an unspotted virgin.

And Plutarch, in his tract "On Isis and Osiris," says, "God, who is a male and female intelligence, being both life and light, brought forth another intelligence, the Creator of the World."..

Now, this hermaphrodism of the Supreme Divinity was again supposed to be represented by the sun, which was the male generative energy, and by nature, or the universe, which was the female prolific principle..And this union was symbolized in different ways, but principally by the point within the circle, the point indicating the sun, and the circle the universe, invigorated and fertilized by his generative rays.. And in some of the Indian cave-temples, this allusion was made more manifest by the inscription of the signs of the zodiac on the circle...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doughnut
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_in_Heaven
http://www.sacred-texts.com/mas/sof/sof17.htm
https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...2&postcount=61You think God belongs only to you?.He doesn't..God is an immortal spirit who belongs to everybody, to the whole world..You think you're special?..God is not an Israelite...https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...&postcount=106

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