Feminine Holy Spirit
Throughout the Bible, the Holy Spirit has always been female. She is the Comfoprter and teacher so often referred to.
I didn't come up with this theory. It is a basic from the Hebrew language and from Old Testament scriptures. The Holy
Spirit or 'Rauch' , was feminine in all of Solomon's writings as the 'Divine Presence' was female, in Proverbs and his
Proverbs 9: 1 Wisdom hath builded her house, she hath hewn out her seven pillars:
Pro 9:2 She hath killed her beasts; she hath mingled her wine; she hath also furnished her table.
Pro 9:3 She hath sent forth her maidens: she crieth upon the highest places of the city,
Pro 9:4 Whoso is simple, let him turn in hither:as for him that wanteth understanding,
Pro 9:5 Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled.
Pro 9:6 Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in the way of understanding.
For she continually directs her people to the Lord and the Saviour and asks them to forsake the foolish. She is the
Comforter, that whispers in our consciences, and tries to teach us the lessons of life. Even though the patriarchial church
fathers decided to change 'she' into a 'he' to align to their patriarchial dominance and subjugation of their women. (SEE
Equality not Patriarchy)
Even in the unfolding of the Lord's Sacred Name which is YHWH, Yod-He-Vau-He, the First Yod was masculine
meaning God the Father, . The second He was the Holy Spirit and female which is the point of this post..... While the
third letter Vau represents the Son and which of course stood for Jesus the Messiah which makes the Trinity, yet the
Three are one.
But the Lord is not complete without the Bride , the people that love the Lord with all their heart and soul, and mind.
These comprise the last He, and she becomes ONE with the Trinity (John 16, Revelations, Isaiah, etc. etc.) and the
Holy Family and Holy Name is complete. This is called the unspeakable and holy TETRAGRAMATON, which could
only be spoken out loud by the High Priest once a year inside the Holy of Holies on the Day of Atonement, for the
hoped for remission of all sins of the people for the whole year.
So definitely , the Holy Spirit is Female , because there is absolutely nothing degrading about the feminine form,
which is why the Holy Spirit had originally and will always have this divine image in beauty, truth and grace. She is the
comforter, and teacher, and she will fly away if people don't obey her and follow her instructions. (SEE also Gods,
Goddesses and the Elohim)
Unfortunately, what this all means is that the writers and even the apostles in the New Testament, were not
accepting to the totally radical believe and principle of the Lord about the Equality of women and there equal place with
men at the Lord's Table. So unfortunately they changed, the obvious feminine Holy Spirit into a more macho masculine
(He) in John 16 and elsewhere to make it more acceptable to the masculine dominated world of their day. Nevertheless
they did a good job and if they would have tried to push equality too much back then it would have hurt the cause more
than helped it as surely the Lord knew.
You can read about the conflicts between the women and the men's not-so-Christian attitudes in quite a few 'esoteric
scriptures' but because this open and secretive 'put downs' of the faithful women that followed Jesus when the men
turned and ran, wasn't so complementary of the men who voiced such unChristian comments about the Mary's and
other women, such had to be kept 'esoteric' or hidden. But as mentioned, at least the hard-headed men did do some great
hard-headed preaching of the simple truths about the Gospel of Jesus. Yet who did possibly the most in conquering the
world for Jesus, but Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Aramathia. They conquered England and England conquered the
world when the church joined the Romans and turned into only a church and 'holiness' in opposition to the love of Jesus
and the divine female Holy Spirit.
In my opinion and from everything I have read In His and Her Scriptures
In Their Service