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Some of us were touching on the issue on some previous threads, but here's an interesting youtube vid that sort of sets the stage for the discussion:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ql6FeNdm08

 

The Land of Titty Milk & Honey? 

 

Damascus Dairy Cannons? 

 

Nazareth Knockers?

 

Have fun with it.  

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This is not a new idea...  in gnostic and other thoughts Jesus is the amalgamation of the god and goddess

 

someone once said to me tat the 'holy spirit' was the feminine... I have followed religious thought throughout history and have been dumbfounded by the negation of the feminine divine, which was so apparent during neolithic imagery.... that Jesus would have attributes of both  doesn't surprise me. In some Gnostic thought the divine is both feminine and masculine.. also in Hindi thought, aspects of the divine...  that the divine transcends gender

 

make sense to me... gender is a biological determinant... spirituality should necessarily be a blend. There are masculine attributes and feminine... from the female come LIFE... from the male, direction... or force.

 

I wish we knew more about neolithic religious thought... the evidence points towards goddess worship.

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I have said it before; Religion was invented by a horny nerd who wanted to break the power of brutes and females. IMO, the bastard did a pretty good job of it.

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This is not a new idea...  in gnostic and other thoughts Jesus is the amalgamation of the god and goddess

 

someone once said to me tat the 'holy spirit' was the feminine... I have followed religious thought throughout history and have been dumbfounded by the negation of the feminine divine, which was so apparent during neolithic imagery.... that Jesus would have attributes of both  doesn't surprise me. In some Gnostic thought the divine is both feminine and masculine.. also in Hindi thought, aspects of the divine...  that the divine transcends gender

 

make sense to me... gender is a biological determinant... spirituality should necessarily be a blend. There are masculine attributes and feminine... from the female come LIFE... from the male, direction... or force.

 

I wish we knew more about neolithic religious thought... the evidence points towards goddess worship.

I am inclined to think neolithic people worshipped gods of both genders, the evidence for goddess worship as presented by, say, Barbara Walker is really rather shoddy. (If you happen to be influenced by her stuff, which is likely if you think neolithic people were all about the goddess-worship, here's some examples of her lying about or not understanding what her sources say:

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/04/index-of-posts-related-to-barbara-walker.html

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/07/barbara-walker-grab-bag-of-wrongs-again.html

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/04/barbara-walker-august-azazel.html

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/03/barbara-walker-letter-a.html

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/03/barbara-walker-womans-encyclopedia-of.html

http://somerationalism.blogspot.fi/2013/06/barbara-walker-baal-hadad.html

 

(I have a bunch of similar posts in the works, as I have found her research really often is shoddy. Keep in mind that most scholars who claim that the neolithic were all about goddesses are strongly influenced by Walker, and tend to use her as an important source.)

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This is not a new idea...  in gnostic and other thoughts Jesus is the amalgamation of the god and goddess

 

someone once said to me tat the 'holy spirit' was the feminine... I have followed religious thought throughout history and have been dumbfounded by the negation of the feminine divine, which was so apparent during neolithic imagery.... that Jesus would have attributes of both  doesn't surprise me. In some Gnostic thought the divine is both feminine and masculine.. also in Hindi thought, aspects of the divine...  that the divine transcends gender

 

make sense to me... gender is a biological determinant... spirituality should necessarily be a blend. There are masculine attributes and feminine... from the female come LIFE... from the male, direction... or force.

 

I wish we knew more about neolithic religious thought... the evidence points towards goddess worship.

I think that there is alot more that can be gleaned if you study the connections between ancient Sumer and ancient neolithic Europe. Both ancient sumer and neolithic europe got their agriculture from the same source, Syropalestine at around 10000 BCE. It also gave us catal hoyuk, and other sites. I don't even know where to begin, but there's evidence that that neolitic religion system even is found among the protoindoeuropeans (sorry Marjas Gimbutas... you're still a crackpot...).

 

Unfortunately though, most of it is lost. Though it was the worship of both gods and goddesses. Males and females weren't equal, but their differences complimented eachother.

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Krishna has always appeared feminine, but I've never heard this about Jesus.  You've piqued my curiosity.

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