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TOPIC: Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess

Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 05:25 #1

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So to cut a long story short it's my opinion that the cabal are adepts of the occult.

They understand perfectly well that through the ages various epochs emerge with strongly masculine or feminine energies

We are now heading into an age where the sacred feminine was supposed to re emerge from her slumber

The cabal know this but cannot have it happen without putting their dark twist upon it

So we have the rise of state controlled feminism , which has gone from what should be a natural re emergence to the twisted version of modern feminism that we have now

I am also of the opinion the cabal are promoting a certain form of extreme patriarchy with one of their three branches of Abraham - no doubt you know which one I mean from my vocal opposition to it

It would be a shame for them to twist this epoch into something it is not without putting up some resistance to it

So for both the male and female readers I would like to begin introducing a cast of characters from European tales of the Sacred Feminine and how she was understood and viewed by our ancestors prior to the rise of Churchianity in Europe

I would like to start with Morrigan , because she's not exactly nicey nicey and she is from a mythology and epoch from so long ago it's a small miracle we even know of them at all

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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 05:30 #2

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continuing on with the Irish theme for now here is a brief introduction to Brigid and her attributes

I think it's going to be important to encourage the re emergence of the understanding that the natural cycles of our Earth were often personified by these characters

it was one means by which we kept ourselves in sync with the passing of the seasons and showed reverence for the miracles of creation

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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 05:41 #3

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Europa, you mean that bitch who my grandson Zeus lured to Crete and raped her on the beach?

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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 05:52 #4

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another Irish figure of the scared feminine is Maeve , a Warrior Queen no less

she may have been a real person only later becoming legend ... it's nice to have some mystery surrounding the emergence of the sacred feminine again and our roots as people of the Earth not people of the Book

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Europa, you mean that bitch who my grandson Zeus lured to Crete and raped her on the beach?


no I was referencing Europe in general , seeing as we once had a rich history of female involvement with the cycles of time
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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 06:31 #6

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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 10:16 #7

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Here's my opinion on the 'Sacred Feminine':

https://www.truthspoon.com/2018/02/the-cult-of-sacred-feminine-more-from.html
The Cult of the Sacred Feminine. More from my new-book, available now.


A great deal of misguided new-agers and practicing feminists believe in the cult of the sacred feminine. In recent times this idea gained some mainstream exposure with the release of Dan Brown’s the Da-Vinci Code, which took ideas from Freemason Michael Baigent’s and Lincoln’s book ‘Holy Blood Holy Grail’ which sought to show that Da Vinci encoded the secret of Mary Magdalen’s relationship with Jesus and made a case that the sacred feminine was part of early Christianity which had been ruthlessly suppressed by the Catholic church.

Their ideas of the ‘sacred feminine’ are usually half formed and nebulous and don’t really contain any solid thesis, except the one thing they tend to agree on is that whatever the sacred feminine was, the evil Catholic Church suppressed it.

I am not here going to argue against the ‘evilness’ of the Catholic Church, I am in full agreement that this indeed an evil institution, but part of its evil is ironically not because it suppressed the sacred feminine but precisely because it reveres it.

The Catholic Church is a cult which specifically deifies the female, in exactly the same way as the cults of the ancient world. Within Catholicism, Mary is exalted far beyond Jesus as the ‘mother of God’ and clearly, if the Catholic dogma states that Jesus was God on Earth then Mary as his mother, would figuratively and literally be the ‘mother of God’ and hence, woman is superior, even to God.

Clearly then, Mary ‘outranks’ Jesus in whatever imaginary pantheon the Catholics were operating from when they draw up their Catechism, and their litany of prayers calling for the intercession of Mary.

The nature of Jesus’ relationship with ‘God’ is much more subtle than the dogma of the church and there was much blood spilt over a precisely rigid definition of the nature of Jesus’ Godhood when this wasn’t really the point.

In the Ancient world the sacred Feminine was wholeheartedly celebrated and celebrated in a variety of cults. These cults celebrated the Goddesses known under various names but essentially they were different elements of the same Goddess. They were usually sexual in nature, because obviously once one starts to make spirituality a matter of gender, ie ‘cult of the feminine’ then evidently one is dealing with sexuality.

This is a key point the silly sausages blabbing about sacred feminine this and sacred feminine that miss, or aren’t really capable of understanding, is that as soon as one starts to bring sexual gender into discussion then one is literally and obviously focusing on sex. And so it was and is. The feminine cults of the ancient world all focused, to the exclusion of other more interesting spiritual matters, on sex. The Cult of Venus was all about sex. The cult of Cybele was all about sex. The cult of Ishtar was all about sex. The cult of Venus demanded that women prostitute themselves on the steps of the temple in order to be protected in society by the cult. The cult of Cybele demanded that men castrate themselves on the steps of the temple to serve as the eunuchs to officiate over the sexual rites. The Catholic church, in its guise of cult of the sacred feminine as Mary mother of God demanded that virgin nuns give up their virginity to ‘God’ ie: the priests, and ritually sacrifice any unwanted children to be buried on the grounds of the convent.

This is what is really meant by sacred feminine. Just as any religion which claimed to be about the ‘sacred masculine’ would be focussed on the phallus and sex. Any cult which reveres the ‘sacred feminine’ is going to necessarily interest itself with the mythos and metaphysics of the generative principal, because that’s what gender is on an unavoidably fundamental level, which is precisely why it is so ‘unspiritual’ to genderize spirituality and anyone who tries to do so is deliberately misleading you and most likely, trying to suck you into some kind of sex cult.

So be warned, witches, wannabees and feminists. Get smart. You have to leave your dick or pussy behind in the next world. There’s no meat in heaven. Neither blood sausage, fish taco, clams and sauce or hot beef. There ain't nothing cooking in that respect so if you think doing Tantric sex is preparing your soul for the spiritual world think again and get used to being a spiritual vegetarian.

One could argue that in today’s society the knowledge of the sacred feminine principal is oppressed, in the way that society and the media seems reluctant to acknowledge that females can be just as aggressive and destructive as feminists tell us men are. The Ancients knew that women and females harboured a terrible and potentially destructive power within them, one that at times, could breach all ability to moderate and pacify it: hell hath no fury and all that. It is for this reason that the female Goddess Sekhmet was depicted as a female lion and in her irrational destructive rages was said to turn rivers red with blood and had to be tricked and appeased to control her wrath. A special beer was brewed and used in one ancient ritual and this was poured into the river until it resembled blood and this was said to calm the ferocious spirit of Sekhmet.

Hathor and Nut the cow Goddesses, evoke the wild female cows of the marshes of Northern Egypt, who when disturbed by mere humans, would charge in a wild rage and send all to rout. The Ancient Egyptian pantheon did not appear ready-made at some remote point in history, but gradually developed and became refined. The early archetypal Gods and Goddesses included Nut; Nut was the night sky and was seen as inherently feminine, perhaps it is for this reason that the word Night is feminine in German, Gallic, Urdu, Hindi, Slavic and all the Romance languages. Night was seen by the Egyptians not as an absence of sunlight, but as a medium in itself, like the idea of the aether, and modern science is steadily rejecting the idea that space itself is not a void but a medium formed by the zero point field of constantly vibrating energy, this energy very likely creates the vacuum as a ‘space’ in reality, the Casimir effect demonstrates the existence of this vacuum zero point energy. For the Ancient Egyptians this quantum energy was visualised as a protecting all-encompassing mother in whom one could take refuge by ascending a special ladder.

One could form a hypothesis about the true nature of God being energy and that the different Gods and Goddess of the ancient world were just different forms and concentrations of energy. Nut is an embodiment of the quantum vacuum energy of space in which the Earth lies cradled, as if nurtured within some great cosmic womb, and hence the feminine aspect of ‘night’. The vacuum is an energy field which allows the propagation of light and energy cannot travel without a medium. The presence of the Goddess lies within the vibrating field of the positronic and anti-particles which scientists now believe give the vacuum its reality and creates ‘space’ as we know it, that is distance and separation.

Heaven and the nature of God in ancient Egypt seemed to focus on the sun and in my own previous book entitled Light in the Darkness I attempted to demonstrate that the sun is an energy portal into the quantum subatomic realm to infinity and, to quote Buzz Lightyear, beyond. In his book Ancient Egypt, historian and Christian theologian George Rawlinson suggests that the Ancient Egyptians also had this view that the sun was a portal through which they passed in order to enter the next world:

“Thoth standing by the while, with a tablet in his hand, whereon to record the result. According to the side on which the balance inclined, Osiris, the president, delivered sentence. If the good deeds preponderated, the blessed soul was allowed to enter the "boat of the Sun," Aahlu (Elysium), to the "pools of peace"..”

The energy of the Goddess Nut is physically manifested as the constant creation and annihilation of matter and antimatter pairs of particles which presumably creates a vibration or lateral 4 dimensional pulse which is the nature of the underlying zero point energy of the universe. A constant ripple throughout the whole universe like an endless black sea upon which light itself travels in its eternal frozen moment, a bright instant of light and energy like an intergalactic superhighway, ferrying consciousness and the souls of the myriad beings surfing the sea of the Duat.

The English word Night, the French word Nuit and the Germanic word Not all evoke the name of the Goddess Nut which became the Latin word Nox and the Greek Goddess Nyx who is incidentally the mother of the deities of sleep (Hypnos) and death (Thanatos), as if somehow in sleep and death, we return into the realm of darkness. In ancient Egypt the ‘Underworld’ or Duat was simultaneously the realm of darkness, divided into hours, as in the Egyptian book of the Dead, and also the realm of the dead. So the initiatic ordeal of Unas for instance, as depicted on the walls of the tomb of Unas in Sakarra, took place both at night and simultaneously, in the realm of the dead which it was necessary for him to pass through until emerging into the light, which is the actual real name of the Book of the Dead: The Book of Coming Forth by Day. In Norse mythology the goddess of the Night was known as Nott, and this is again the same fundamental archetypal Goddess as that of the Greek Roman and Egyptian deities.

Ultimately all of these Goddesses of ancient Egypt were all elements of the fundamental female Goddess Isis. Isis has all the abilities and attributes of Sekhmet and Hathor combined. Isis, is said to be able to dispel storms like Sekhmet who was a warrior Goddess and also a goddess of healing. Her image statue was said to be secretly coated with anthrax by the priests and anyone who dared to profane her presence by touching her statue would shortly be struck down and die, apparently from the power of Sekhmet’s curse. Statues of Sekhmet were found all over Egypt and it is hard now to see them in the same way the ancient Egyptians saw them.
They would have evoked terror since anyone who approached Sekhmet was stricken down with a curse, caused by the anthrax virus which was painted onto the surface of statues of Sekhmet to strike down anyone who dare be so importune as to touch her.

The sistrum was associated with Sekhmet and Isis just as it is with Ishtar. The sistrum was a hand-held metal percussion instrument which would produce a sound when shaken and so closely was the Sistrum identified with Sekhmet that the sistrum’s name in ancient Egyptian was Sekhem which means ‘power’. Shaking the sistrum was not merely a musical act, it was a magical one, somewhat like waving a magic wand, of course it is hard for the modern reader again to properly imagine or visualize the power of the Sekhem when it was shaken because we have a different set of beliefs about the forces which govern the universe, but imagine in the absence of our modern science and indeed any of the developments and understandings which we have developed over the years and imagine that you genuinely believed that a shaken sistrum had a profound power, just as when you were a child and saw a magician shake his magic wand and make something disappear in a puff of smoke you might not have known that what you were seeing was an illusion. So too with the ancient world. There was a lot of illusion but the point was that the people believed the illusion and believing the illusion gives it an extra element of power in reality which makes it real.

This is the key to ritual in the ancient world. An illusion or trick was necessary and commonly used to create the willing suspension of disbelief which would then give the ritual the power it needed to potentially manifest actual magical events and spiritual occurrences. Much like the battery which is necessary to create the spark to start the engine of a car. The illusion is the spark which catches the minds of the ritual’s participants to power the unfolding events, whatever they might have been.

On the internet there is a great deal of cyber blather about Isis, sheer new-age twaddle of the most naïve and uninformed kind. One website, The Hermetic Fellowship in particular has invented a silly liturgy with lots of ‘thees’ and ‘thine’ because of course, magical practitioners are on very informal terms with ancient Egyptian deities. The online text invites Isis to possess the person in question, and this could be problematic since chanting loudly facing the East asking ISIS to ‘come in’ may risk a visit from the anti-terrorism unit of MI5 depending on how effective their surveillance technology is.

Adam Weishaupt himself understood the true covert power of women which has now become an overt power and is turning the world on its head and in his Bavarian Illuminati women were also enlisted. He wrote: “There is no way of influencing men so powerful, as by means of women. These should therefore be our chief study; we should insinuate ourselves into their good opinion, give them hints of emancipation from the tyranny of public opinion, and of standing up for themselves...” He also wrote: “This sex has a large part of the world in their hands.” Female members were divided into two groups: one group of society women, to give the organization an air of respectability; and the other group “who would help to satisfy those brothers who have a penchant for pleasure.” The Illuminati also used monetary and sex bribery to gain control of men in high places, then blackmailed them with the threat of financial ruin, public exposure, and fear of death.
On page 296 of Nesta Webster’s Secret Societies and Subversive Movements we see the possibility of a connection between Freemasonry and Feminism and it is my certain conviction that the Freemasons have harnessed the potentially destructive power of female irrationality under the guise of empowering women by creating Feminism which is presently destroying the ethical, moral and cultural codes of any country which fervently adopts it.

“The first and only woman to be admitted into real Masonry, if such a term can be applied to so heterogeneous a system, was Maria Deraismes, an ardent French Feminist celebrated for her political speeches and electioneering campaigns in the district of Pontoise and for twenty-five years the acknowledged leader of the anti-clerical and Feminist party. In 1882 Maria Deraismes was initiated into Freemasonry by the members of the Lodge Les Libres Penseurs, deriving from the Grande Loge Symbolique Écossaise and situated at Le Pecq in the Department of Seine-et-Oise. The proceeding being, however, entirely unconstitutional, Maria Deraismes's initiation was declared by the Grande Loge to be null and void and the Lodge Les Libres Penseurs was disgraced. But some years afterwards Dr. George Martin, an enthusiastic advocate of votes for women, collaborated with Maria Deraismes in founding the Maçonnerie Mixte at the first lodge of the Order named ‘Le Droit Humain.’ The Suprême Conseil Universel Mixte was founded in 1899”

Feminism’s moral high-ground combined with the deference which society and men give women, is leading to the complete loss of all moral and common sense and female feminists seem to be leading the charge to normalize trans-genderism (an occult ritualized fetish from the Sumerian rites of the Goddess Inanna) mass-immigration and demonizing the white-male. This sustained attack on white men by Feminists is a threat to the very continuation of human civilization itself since it was white men who founded our civilization and who keep the wheels turning. If these people are deposed, which is an effort which is currently underway and is an attack being spearheaded by women under the flag of Feminism, then the world of convenience they enjoy will be stripped from them and everything we have now and take for granted, will be gone. It may seem a long shot but there are plenty of precedents for the sudden destruction of hitherto stable advanced civilizations.
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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 18:37 #8

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that's all very well Truthyspoon but I'm going to try and concentrate on European ideas of the sacred feminine in this thread

thanks for the addition though

really I am trying to show that in Europe for the longest time we did have reverence for aspects of the female

it's really just trying to show that in parts of Europe women were once celebrated just the same as men and contributed plenty to our understanding of the world

natural allies , not natural enemies
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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 20:13 #9

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that's all very well Truthyspoon but I'm going to try and concentrate on European ideas of the sacred feminine in this thread

thanks for the addition though

really I am trying to show that in Europe for the longest time we did have reverence for aspects of the female

it's really just trying to show that in parts of Europe women were once celebrated just the same as men and contributed plenty to our understanding of the world

natural allies , not natural enemies

Thing is this Mr A, where did thsee legends and or myths come from, the Greeks used to called the white Europeans Keltoi or similar, but who went where and maybe brought back these legends after they returned, the the Kelts originate from Eurasia originally??.
In Greek mythology their he-she was Hermaphrodite, which was neither Male nor Female but both, there are many depictions of this legend in the form of very masculine female figures like the Statue of Liberty, Cybelle of Taruin and others, all with muscular bodies and breasts and white skinned.
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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 20:48 #10

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MrAnderson wrote:
that's all very well Truthyspoon but I'm going to try and concentrate on European ideas of the sacred feminine in this thread

thanks for the addition though

really I am trying to show that in Europe for the longest time we did have reverence for aspects of the female

it's really just trying to show that in parts of Europe women were once celebrated just the same as men and contributed plenty to our understanding of the world

natural allies , not natural enemies

Catholic Church is European. Nox is European, Nuit is European, Venus is European, Cybele is European.....

Are you sure you know the subject?
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basquemythology.amaroa.com/mari-diosa-madre-de-la-antigua-europa
The Basque language is what remains of the ancient language in western Europe before the Indo-European invasions. It is the only native language which has been able to overcome the incoming invasions and their cultural influence for the last 3,000 year. The Basques have shown a great ability to incorporate that influence without losing their cultural identity. In fact, they are a remarkable and exceptional case in the history of the European politics and culture. Without any doubt, their traditions come directly from the Neolithic Age. Many cultural features of ancient Europe (the religion of the Goddess, the use of the Moon calendar. the matrilineal kinship and the responsibility of women in the agriculture) survived until the beginning of the 20th century (...). The native legal system did not give men preference over women.

without doubt some of the later representations of the sacred feminine adopted middle eastern attributes

however it's undeniable that certain European groups had long established their own myth cycles away from the influence of the middle east

we don't have to accept the revisionism that attempts to link our pre history with their pre history

long before the arrival of churchianity or even the Greeks who did call the celtic the Keltoi yes, we had revered the sacred feminine who was never merely a virgin or something to be hidden away behind a veil

at it's most basic it was an attempt to understand the cycles of life and death

long ago we accepted without question that life is not eternal and there was not necessarily a demand to behave with promises of reward in some afterlife but events in life itself was what was important

I will eventually come to the later periods of European history where these same genetic lineages of pre indo european people had attempts at wiping them and their mythology out

conveniently taking with them the notion that we can live with the Earths cycles and that nature can and did provide what we need in terms of nutrition and medicine

instead now we rely on chemical concoctions that often cause more harm than good - by a small miracle we can still find information on plant lore and herbalism however anyone who has been paying attention will know Codex Alimentarius was an attempt by the NWO to criminalize and monopolize this knowledge

again , a central theme to my musings is the ability to share knowledge and learn - something that the NWO cabal have all ways , without fail , tried to destroy or pervert

they are the destroyers of beauty and knowledge - not it's keeper - so perhaps I shall also begin to include plant lore and herb uses for both nutrition and preventative medicine
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Truthspoon wrote:

Catholic Church is European. Nox is European, Nuit is European, Venus is European, Cybele is European.....

Are you sure you know the subject?

I know enough to know the cabal have twisted the emergence of the sacred feminine into the rabid anti male feminism we see today yes

I'm attempting to give another side to this.

Feel free to present whatever information you wish.

Long before churchianity ruled in Europe women played a huge role in our societies , if not often being central figures to the myth cycles.

I find it far more interesting than a portrayal of middle eastern women being property or mere side notes on the path of some jewish supremacist.
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without doubt some of the later representations of the sacred feminine adopted middle eastern attributes

You've got it backwards. Most of Europe was under a mile of ice when these early Goddess cults were being created in the Middle East.

Adopting middle-East attributes is nothing to be proud of you know. That's where all the crazy comes from.

In any case why would European Goddesses adopt Middle-Eastern traits? Where is the precedent for this?

If you can demonstrate an 'origin story' for European theology which predates the Middle East I'd love to hear it, as would a great many people, but my research indicates that it is the contrary.

Even Odin, the one eyed God is likely modeled after Horus. I could even tell you how the Germanic Runes are obviously copies of the Phoenician alphabet.

The miracle of the Runes is that they were a direct alphabet which came direct from the Middle East without passing through Greek or Roman culture.
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MrAnderson wrote:
Truthspoon wrote:

Catholic Church is European. Nox is European, Nuit is European, Venus is European, Cybele is European.....

Are you sure you know the subject?

I know enough to know the cabal have twisted the emergence of the sacred feminine into the rabid anti male feminism we see today yes

I'm attempting to give another side to this.

Feel free to present whatever information you wish.

Long before churchianity ruled in Europe women played a huge role in our societies , if not often being central figures to the myth cycles.

I find it far more interesting than a portrayal of middle eastern women being property or mere side notes on the path of some jewish supremacist.

I will do more study on this in the future Mr A, my studdies show Cybele with links right back to Troy itself, but one thing is clear, and that is, the women of old could almost do what their husbands could do especially if they became spouseless, see how the women work the fields still, another is to be seen as a railway porter on the Nilgiri, slaving daily to bring up five children, another a diesel mechanic who can keep up with her make counterparts, to me some of these ladies are fit to be called goddesses, women of today have been destroyed as virtuous figures and are still second best by many kinds of sheer ignorance, my wife has just baked 15 bread buns to last us the week and has just sat down and having a well earned rest, I see her as my equal in so many ways, we both work together in the garden and in the house on top of our own duties.

These are the goddesses to me as they were in the ages gone by, society cannot thrive without true goddesses.
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Truthspoon wrote:

If you can demonstrate an 'origin story' for European theology which predates the Middle East I'd love to hear it, as would a great many people, but my research indicates that it is the contrary.

that would be difficult to do considering the desert cults have systematically wiped out as much as they possibly can regarding our place on the Earth and continue to do so

so unfortunately the '' research '' these days can only be conducted using the information that is left from the destruction of our heritage

it would be like going to south america and trying to conduct serious research into their origins

it's not as easy as it once would have been because churchianity came along and destroyed 90% or more of what they knew

the Basque and subsequently the Irish have something that appears quite distinct

and there are plenty of well preserved cave paintings in France which pre date sumeria , they may only be cave paintings but it shows without doubt there was thinking , creative people outside of the middle east

ever heard about the cave with the footprints of the boy and the wolf walking side by side ?

archive.archaeology.org/9909/newsbriefs/chauvet.html

26 thousand years ago apparently and that's long before our edumacated guess on the civilization known as Sumeria

we existed outside of the middle east too you know :)
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Adopting middle-East attributes is nothing to be proud of you know. That's where all the crazy comes from.

Glad you finally seeing it TS.
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That was exactly my point Mr A, all of the Pantheon of European Gods and Goddess have their origins in the Middle East.

But then so do the European people themselves..... Aeneas escaped from the sacking of Troy by the Greeks and founded Rome.

The European alphabet itself has its origins in proto-semitic language.

What you call Alphabet...the Arabs call Aleph Beet. I can show how our modern alphabet comes from Semitic pictograms of animals, fences, weapons and buildings. Aleph, 'A' was a cows head, (turn it upside down) B was a house with a door and a window (the Arabic word Beet). M is like a wave on water, which is why Mer for sea is spelt in French with an M, why Water is with a W (again it got turned upside down) just like the Arabic word Miya for water. It's an amazing story....but it all indicates clear middle-east roots. I could tell you the story and ancient history of every letter in our alphabet.

Language, religion and culture go hand in hand. There is no evidence for a European origin for language, civilisation or religion, it all came from the Middle-East, Egypt and Turkey.
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Awakening the Sacred Feminine - an introduction to a European Goddess 12 Aug 2018 22:09 #18

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MrAnderson wrote:
Truthspoon wrote:

If you can demonstrate an 'origin story' for European theology which predates the Middle East I'd love to hear it, as would a great many people, but my research indicates that it is the contrary.

that would be difficult to do considering the desert cults have systematically wiped out as much as they possibly can regarding our place on the Earth and continue to do so

so unfortunately the '' research '' these days can only be conducted using the information that is left from the destruction of our heritage

it would be like going to south america and trying to conduct serious research into their origins

it's not as easy as it once would have been because churchianity came along and destroyed 90% or more of what they knew

the Basque and subsequently the Irish have something that appears quite distinct

and there are plenty of well preserved cave paintings in France which pre date sumeria , they may only be cave paintings but it shows without doubt there was thinking , creative people outside of the middle east

ever heard about the cave with the footprints of the boy and the wolf walking side by side ?

archive.archaeology.org/9909/newsbriefs/chauvet.html

26 thousand years ago apparently and that's long before our edumacated guess on the civilization known as Sumeria

we existed outside of the middle east too you know :)

The minds of the ancients were not dissimilar to the minds today in how they problem solve, but we are getting pretty close to being intuitively illiterate if we continue on our current path, our mind only truly open when our hands and in tune with our minds practically and physically, we have the ability to heal chasms if we are left to our own devices outside of the statism that now rules our every waking moment.

The evidence is slowly reaching the surface of how old human rule and destruction truly is, Irish and Celtish mythology has been found the world over, even Egypt were in Ireland once upon a time, the truth cannot be hidden forever, unless we are all chipped into compliance, and there is plenty of conjecture where they want to take us, from wicked little hobbities like Huxley Orwell and Zebrinski, novels they are not but ideas and ways of doing things by absolute poisoned mentality run amuck.
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yes thanks for the middle east promotion again truthspoon

I know you like your desert cult thats OK

I have dreams of the forest , not dreams of a desert
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Truthspoon wrote:
There is no evidence for a European origin for language, civilisation or religion, it all came from the Middle-East, Egypt and Turkey.

there is no evidence because your beloved desert cult and it's masonic brethren have destroyed it

it did not all come from fucking Turkey and Egypt lol

just piss off with this Arab fascination

you are ignoring anything I do post anyway so not much point giving you the time of day to re enforce your desert mind on a thread about the sacred feminine

26 thousand years ago in a cave in France a small boy was walking side by side with a wolf

where did he come from and where was he going ? how did he have a wolf as a companion ?

was he looking for a way home to fucking Turkey ?

can you show me the Raven in your middle eastern fascination with our origins ?

where is it ? please find it .......

or maybe the Turks introduced the Raven to Europe did they ? lol

trololololol
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