Yeshua Ben Joseph's whore

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on wednesday 4 february 2015

On The Beach by Bartek Ambrozik


How we were robbed of our divinity

Yeshua Ben Joseph’s whore; it breaks my heart every time Mary Magdalene is called so. For, she wasn’t a whore but an exceptionally highly-developed priestess in the Ancient Egyptian Temple of Isis. Also, she was the wife of Yeshua (Jesus). Still, it isn’t the fact that she was unjustly reviled for being a whore that hurts me deeply, but the implication of the word ‘whore’.


Deprive someone of his or her power
When you call a woman a whore, you not only malign her, you also malign the feminine along with her. You degrade her and all other women to lesser beings whose only purpose is to satisfy the sexual lusts of men. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not sexual lust I’m worried about – it plays an important role in our human existence – but the way in which you satisfy this. On the one hand you replenish your love deficiency by taking someone’s strength or power – lust for power – and on the other hand you share power with someone, thus increasing combined power.

I love her more than I love you – Jesus

The power of love
The latter is what Magdalene and Jesus did. By performing the divine sex magic that Magdalene had learned in the Temple of Isis, Jesus was able to attain Christ Consciousness and lived on after death. That’s why she was made out to be a whore, even by some of Jesus’s disciples as well. Still, for the greater part, the rejection was borne of envy. Because the disciples knew all to well how highly-developed Magdalene was, how deeply Jesus loved her and how powerful their union was. They felt the power, which they derived from their relationship with Jesus, slipping away. This is ironic, because if they had shared their power with Magdalene by opening their hearts to her, they too would have shared in the power of love.

Denying feminine power
This was as old as the hills, because since ancient times, there have always been men who were jealous of the divine power of the feminine and of women in general, whereas we are all made up of both feminine and masculine energy. This envy is expressed by denying feminine power. For instance, when a man rapes a woman, he deprives her of her power, even if sometimes it’s only partly so. In doing so, he eliminates his own lack of power – which, essentially, is a lack of love. More examples: paying female workers less than their male counterparts, a political party denying women the vote, not allowing female priests in the Church, and finding it perfectly normal to fondle a woman on a first date. It all boils down to the same thing: unconsciously or consciously denying feminine power.

Robbed of our divinity
Back to Magdalene. The power mongers in those days soon cottoned on to how powerful Magdalene and Jesus were in their all-encompassing love. The feat that Jesus was able to perform due to Magdalene’s help shows that Christ Consciousness is a gift we bestow upon ourselves when we connect the feminine and the masculine within ourselves. The power mongers foresaw trouble. In no time everyone would attain Christ Consciousness, and then they would lose their wealth and power. That’s why they excluded everything that is connected to Magdalene or the power of the feminine from the Bible. They disrupted the powerful union of the feminine and the masculine, and that is how we were robbed of our divinity.

Male dominance
The masculine started to dominate. Worldwide, we have gone over the top in masculinity, and the consequences are: violence, war, rape, torture, famine, poverty, shortages and so on. Anyhow, we have wandered off from the Divine Concept, the purpose of which was to empower ourselves in our divinity. I find the sad thing is, that we find male dominance perfectly normal. We are unaware of the collective restrictive beliefs on the balance between masculine and feminine.

Still our hunger for love
Our belief that we need prostitutes to prevent women from being raped is an example of this. Maybe they do prevent this from happening; yet, that it’s necessary for them to sacrifice themselves is a filthy lie. In the long run it’s just symptom treatment, because the cause of rape is love deficiency. It’s God’s intention that we all live in love because we are love. Yet, as we’ve forgotten this, and the masculine and feminine power within us is out of balance, our hearts are closed to love. We try to fill the void that originates from this with things outside of ourselves, for example, sex with a prostitute. With the power briefly experienced from this, we try to still our hunger for love.

The Golden Ratio
Now, it is said that prostitutes can open a man’s heart, and that there are souls who reincarnate as prostitutes in order to do so. I believe this, this is how prostitutes help to restore the balance. Even so, it still isn’t right. It’s the same as going to the bank for a new loan to pay off earlier loans. We are using sex as a means of preventing men from committing sexual violence and abusing power, and thus we have truly lost our way. The problem will be solved once we become conscious of the fact that we are both feminine and masculine. The ideal balance is the Golden Ratio: 51% feminine – 49% masculine. In fact, we aren’t men or women; instead we are souls manifested in either the feminine or the masculine form.

Empower yourself
When, as a man, you refuse to acknowledge the feminine within in you, or as a woman, refuse to acknowledge the masculine within you, you refuse to acknowledge a part of yourself. This works in the same way the other way around, when, as a man, you don’t empower your masculine self, or as a woman, you don’t empower your feminine self. How then, can you empower your masculine self, and at the same time acknowledge the feminine in yourself? It’s not as complicated as it sounds, once you’re aware of that characteristic which best describes your gender. The masculine gives support and the feminine keeps balance. When, for example as a man, you take on your supportive role, you will start to develop your masculine power. In doing so, you will provide women with the opportunity to develop their feminine power. This is how the feminine and the masculine come into balance, within yourself and in the world.

Magdalene, open my heart
Now, let me take sides with the women for a moment. To all men: we will have to take the lead. Respect, support and protect all women you associate with. In doing so, you will enable women to empower themselves. And to the women I say: stop expressing your demands to men. We are humans, not superheroes. And you are not dependent victims, but powerful divine beings – like men are – who can provide balance. To all of us: Let us honour the feminine and the masculine in ourselves. Honour yourself and the divine being that you truly are. You are here to bring out the very best in yourself and to manifest this. You are here to be love. That is what Magdalene showed us. She is the feminine Christ and symbolizes forgiveness and the opening of the heart. That is why, every morning, I call upon her with these words: “Oh dear Magdalene, open my heart that I may receive love.”

References
De feeks van Montpézat – Wim Beunderman
Blog: You can do anything I can
The Magdalene Manuscript – Tom Kenyon and Judi Sion
Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East – Baird T. Spalding

A Sky Full Of Stars – Coldplay



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