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                                                                        God is Bisexual - Hermaphroditic                       

 The following srticle ts basically just an expansion of the truth that the Lord is bisexual, androgenous, or hermaphroditic in nature
just as the central PILLAR of the Tree of Life is. He or if you like He/She created both sexes and without union between the sexes we
are incomplete.This meaning that sex is God's WILL, union is His WILL .....  as we were created incomplete and LONG for union
with our opposites and with HIM/HER. This principle makes understanding the Jesus and the Missing Mark verses, a whole lot
easier.
Consider
Missing Mark Verses   and then if interested read ....

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Toward the Undivided: Sacred Sex, the Hermaphrodite, and the Dual Nature of God
Oct 19, 2004
Author: Boyd Rice

 The roots of sacred sex are ancient. Down through the centuries it has been practiced in many lands at many times, both openly and
beneath the cloak of secrecy. Chroniclers who refer to the rites of sacred sex are often vague both as to the details involved and the
rationale behind it all. Most seem in agreement that the motivation behind sacred sex is an attempt to somehow achieve union with the
divine, or awaken within the participants a spark of the divine. Christians, however, were almost unanimous in their appraisal of sex
practiced in conjunction with unorthodox beliefs: it was the Devil’s handiwork, plain and simple.

 This notwithstanding, perhaps the most interesting and compelling rationale for the evolution of sacred sex comes from within the
context of Christianity itself. Christian mystics, such as Jakob Boehme, Leo the Hebrew, Scrotus Eriugena and Franz von Baader
postulated a thesis based on a unique interpretation of The Book of Genesis. According to the theory, since God created man in his
own image, Adam must have originally been a hermaphrodite, a creature combining the attributes of both sexes. The original Fall
occurred not when Adam and Eve exited Eden, but when God robbed Adam of his original unity by creating Eve from out of him so
that he wouldn’t be alone. Therefore the sexual impulse comes from an instinctual yearning in man to try and recapture something
of the essence of his primordial condition. According to Franz Von Baader, “The higher meaning of sexual love, which should not
be identified with the instinct for reproduction, is nothing other than to help both man and woman to become integrated inwardly (in
soul and in spirit) in the complete human or original divine image.� This notion, bizarre and eloquent at once, has recurred in
varying guises, from ancient times to modern times. We see glimpses of it in ancient creeds such as the cabala and alchemy, as well as
in more modern practices such as sex magic. And its wisdom was echoed in the words of Christ when he stated, “I am of the
undivided�, or, “When you were one you became two. But when you are two, what will you do?�(1) What indeed! Though
none of these Christian writers ever gave detailed descriptions of the techniques one might utilize to become re-integrated in “the
original divine image�, there are some hints. At least one of them mapped out a series of energy centers within the human body
which man could tap into to achieve this state. And although he stopped short of indicating the means one might employ to tap these
sources, his map showed striking similarities to the locations of the chakras in the Hindu Yogic tradition. It is therefore safe to assume
that these early Christian mystics had some fundamental understanding of the principles underlying the practice of Tantric sex.

 The word “hermaphroditeâ€� is a conjunction of Hermes and Aphrodite, a union of the masculine and feminine aspects of God.
The symbolism of the Hermaphrodite and its central significance to alchemy is well-known. Its importance to occultists in the guise of
Baphomet is likewise recognized. Those familiar with Plato will recall that in his Symposium, he contended that humans descended
from a primordial race “whose essence is now extinct� - a race of hermaphrodites. The race was powerful, yet arrogant, and
when they rebelled against the Gods, they were in turn cursed and split in two. According to Plato, “From such an ancient time love
has goaded human beings, one toward another; it is inborn, and seeks to renew our ancient nature in an endeavor to unite in one
single being two distinct beings, and therefore, to restore human nature to good health.� He added that, “... this was indeed our
primitive nature when we constituted one unit which was still whole; it is really the burning longing for this unity which bears the
name of love.� This is echoed in Genesis 2:24, which says, “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother to be united
with his wife, and they will become one flesh.�

 Whether Plato actually believed in a de facto race of hermaphrodites or merely referred to their myth metaphorically is not
important. What he cites as being the mystical genesis of love echoes the secret doctrine of esotericists from time immemorial. It is the
same Gnosis preserved by Hermes, said to represent the wisdom of a forgotten race of antediluvian Gods. And apparently, it may
well have constituted part of the secret doctrine of Christ as well.

 The Gospel of Thomas part of the Gnostic texts known as the Nag Hammadi Library, which were lost until the mid-twentieth century
when they were discovered in Egypt. In The Gospel of Thomas, Christ teaches a doctrine very different in nature to that adopted by
mainstream Christianity. Some Orthodox Christians deny the validity of this gospel, while others embrace it as a very beautiful text, as
important (if not more so) as any found in the New Testament. Scholars argue back and forth over whether the Nag Hammadi books
were essentially Christian texts aimed at a Gnostic audience, or essentially Gnostic texts aimed at a Christian audience. A third
possibility exists, especially in regards to The Gospel of Thomas. What if what this book contains is in fact closer to what Christ
actually taught? Could this gospel retain some fragments of Christ’s true doctrine as it existed before it was sanitized, edited and
doctored to suit the political agendas of those doing the editing? It’s certainly an intriguing possibility.

 The author of The Gospel of Thomas is said to be Christ’s own twin brother Thomas, and one would assume that if any of
Christ’s disciples were to truly grasp his teachings, no one would be more likely a candidate than his own twin. There is much in
The Gospel of Thomas that would have evoked the displeasure of the fathers of the early church, such as Christ’s admonition that
he was “everywhere� and not to look for him “in a building.� Even had the rest of the gospel passed muster at the
Council of Nicea, that line would surely have been deleted. A lot of the text is fairly straightforward, but certain passages are bizarre
even by biblical standards, or perhaps, in the biblical context. For example:

 â€œJesus said to them, When you make the two one, and when you make the inside like the outside, and the outside like the inside,
and the above like the below, and when you make the female one and the same, so that the male be not male, nor the female female...
then you will enter (the kingdom).�

 This is very explicit, and not the least bit Christian. It speaks of an initiatory process of Gnosis, a process that requires no churches,
no holy men, no prayers of forgiveness. It should have a familiar ring to students of the occult, for it is very similar to words
contained in the Emerald Tablet of Hermes:

  â€œTrue it is, without falsehood, certain and most true. That which is above is like that which is below, and that which is below is
like that which is above, to accomplish the miracles of One Thing. And as all things were by the contemplation of one, so all things
arose from this One Thing by a single act of adaptation. The father thereof is the Sun, the mother the Moon... the power thereof is
perfect.�

 Not only do Christ and Hermes seem to be coming from the same place, it’s amusing to note that Christ is far more explicit in
his use of Hermetic symbolism than was even old Hermes himself, the putative father of the alchemical arts. Christ was clearly
invoking the archetype of the primordial hermaphrodite, inferring that the state of unity it symbolized was a prerequisite for (or
synonymous with) “entering the kingdom.� Elsewhere in The Gospel of Thomas, Christ tells his disciples, “When you make
the two one, you will become the sons of man...� And still elsewhere he says, “I am he who exists from the undivided.�
Although such esoteric teachings don’t appear elsewhere in the officially sanctioned scriptures, they are certainly in keeping with
some aspects of the Judaic tradition from which Christ emerged, and seem to figure prominently in the traditions and symbolism of
various groups said to have been custodians of the secret doctrine of Christ.

                                        
Continue on to PART TWO  God is Bisexual and Hermaphroditic