"Every day the sun reminds us that we are a conscious gathering of light particles. Daybreak welcomes our soul’s return from its journey through night’s dark matter. Our light-bodies are unique, evolving expressions born from an original, central source of light. We are the eternal children of the big bang." --d. poitras
From within the self-conceiving black hole at our galaxy’s center, (the sacred womb, according to the Mayans) the dense, silent, Holy Night began to tremble. Hence, in the beginning was the word, the first vibration! This parthenogenetic miracle has occurred and continues to do so in every galaxy of our universe, and in all the multi-dimensional universes throughout Creation.
There’s more than one black hole, more than one big bang, more than one feminine implosion, and more than one universe, as the latest breakthroughs in astro-physics will verify; and, if you please, let’s start being aware that every blatantly masculine big bang has a black hole as its humble, dynamic feminine counterpart; and let’s contemplate the fact that, latent within women, lies the same self-conceiving galactic mechanism of parthenogenesis---it's the missing piece of the puzzle of human knowledge that almost no one is addressing.
Hear is a pic of one of my latest "unplanned" art-works called Birthing Stars. (Note the constellation of the 7-sisters in the upper right corner----more on this later.)
The Hopi Indians have been speaking about the Return of the Sacred Feminine for decades. Since posting my article here, on One-Vibration, only five months ago, titled, PARTHENOGENESIS: the long-lost ability of women to self conceive, over 20,000 people have read it, with many of them leaving behind, not only positive and emotionally moving comments, but also stories, from both women and men, of their own mysterious conceptions! (It's also been posted on several other websites, so the number of readers may exceed 20,000.)
I've also been interviewed on five different blog-talk radio shows, with more scheduled in the months ahead. And I've given a public talk about it all, with a slide-show, which I hope to do more of. I should also like to mention that I haven't made a single penny from any of my readers thus far. (I've nothing against doing so, but let's just say that I prefer the non-monetary purity of the situation at this moment in time.)
The Hopi’s were right. This unexpected, overwhelming reaction to my article makes it clear that, indeed, HER TIME has come! Consequently, us guys can expect a Re-birth of the Sacred Masculine; our role as non-violent warriors, to husband our families and the Earth Mother; to stand, like the buffalo, with our horns facing outward from the herd when dealing with a threat. Yes, to guard the Sacred Hoop, which Black Elk spoke of, the Hoop whose center is populated with women, children, elders and the vulnerable.
The Mayan year of 2012 was the seed period, the end and beginning of a long span of time based on the procession of the equinoxes. Things were relatively quiet; the world didn't end after all---though the Mayans never said it would. The seeds of 2012 have sprouted; they have transformed and will continue to, throughout 2013, the year of the snake, the year of transformation.
The Great Goddess, in all her forms, with all her mysteries, is slowly being unveiled. Her sacred/secret ability to self-conceive is being delicately revealed. The ancient practices of this art/science among the priestesses of Egypt in the Temple Hathor, was taught to the early Greek priestesses. This hidden-forbidden knowledge is part of what’s lately seeing the light of day.
After having watched The Land of Osiris, uploaded in April of this year, www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VIwt_l3Nr-s#at=16
with Stephen Mehler and Christopher Dunn, I was motivated to try and reach them with the connection between the priestesses of Egypt and early Greece, that was keenly established by the meticulous scholarship of Marguerite Rigoglioso in her books: ‘The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece’, and 'Virgin Mother Goddesses of Antiquity'. www.cultofdivinebirth.com
Stephen mentioned that the Temple of Hathor was a “women’s temple” in which was practiced “divine birth”. As I didn't know how to get in touch with Stephen, it was easy to find Christopher Dunn’s email on his fabulous site: www.gizapower.com .
I sent Chris the link to my article and, much to my surprise and delight, he read it and wrote back to me saying that he had been “deeply inspired” by it, and that he sent the link to “three Goddesses that he knows”, (Chris is not without having a sense of humor) one of his Goddesses wrote back to him, in what he described as being, “in a heightened state of emotion”.
The reason for reaching out to Mr. Mehler, and Mr. Dunn, was to ask them, if they were willing and inspired to do so, to keep their eyes and ears open for stories, myths, or archaeological clues relating to divine birth when next they explored Egypt, so that they could, not only convey their findings to me, but so they could add another layer of knowledge and mystery to their future presentations.
I've yet to obtain permission to disclose from Patrick Flanagan, author of the world famous book ‘Pyramid Power’, what he told me about his experience with divine conception. He called me after reading my article and we had at least an hour-long conversation.
I can at least say that, a few years ago, when he told Deepak Chopra about his experience, that Deepak knew immediately what he was talking about. It comes as no surprise to me that knowledge of divine conception and birth exists among the people of India, therefor I would love to learn what Mr. Chopra may know about it, but he is a very busy man and impossible to reach.
So, my dear readers, I thank you from the bottom of my heart and soul for reading my article, as described above, and to tell you that this blog will be used to add updates and new insights on this rare “subject of subjects”. To those who haven’t read it, I highly recommend that they do, otherwise it will difficult to understand fully what is being discussed. Thanks again and may the Great Mother/Father bless you and all of your loved ones. –Den Poitras
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