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Saturday, March 09, 2024

 Woman As The Catalyst To Escape Plato's Cave

In the same way that a Fetus cannot see it's mother while developing in the womb, neither can a person see God while they continue to dwell in the Womb of Mother-God

Whose birth was Jesus making reference to when he stated to Nicodemus that "...Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). When Jesus said these words, he was not at all making reference to a dogmatic religious belief that in modern times is being promoted by many Christians who fail to understand the Laws of Birth -- i.e., "say this prayer and you are born again". With respect to the original Gospel teachings in the first century as documented in the words of the early Church writer Hippolytus: Jesus "...was justified by fulfilling the Law. He was the Christ of God, since not one of the rest of mankind had observed the Law completely." And after acknowledging that Jesus accomplished all that he did by fulfilling the Law, Hippotytus then wrote and acknowledged: Had any one else fulfilled the commandments of the Law, "he would have been the Christ" (see Hippolytus, Refut. Omn. Haer. vii. 34). Therefore, the same Laws that the man Jesus fulfilled, is the same Laws that all men and women must fulfill, in order to achieve the subsequent stages of birth. And this is why Hippolytus further wrote of the original teachings of Jesus that "when Ebionites [poor-ones not of worldly culture] thus fulfill the law, they are able to become Christs, for they assert that our Lord Himself was a man in like sense with all humanity." (Hippolytus, Refut. Omn. Haer. vii. 34). And this necessary fulfillment of the Law was acknowledged by Jesus in the words: "Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the law till all is fulfilled. Whoever therefore breaks one of the least of these commandments, and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever does and teaches them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I say to you, that unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven" (Matt 5:17-20). And if we pose the question as to when Jesus became the Christ? The original Gospel account revealed that Jesus became the Anointed/Christed for the first time at his baptism in the Jordan where the original Gospel stated prior to being corrupted by the fourth century Church of Rome: "Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee" (see ). Which means that the man Jesus achieved the subsequent stages of non-physical (virgin) birth, and became the Adopted Son of God for the first time on that day. Therefore, in the statement to Nicodemus with respect to achieving the subsequent stages of birth, Jesus was making reference to the Natural Laws that are the foundation and reality of Human Nature and the very purpose of the life we are presently living, as seen in the words: "...For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of Him who subjected it ...For we know that the whole creation groans and labors with birth pangs together until now" (Romans 8:20-22).

Escaping Plato's Cave Through The Reuniting Of Adam & Eve In The Process Of Mental And Spiritual Birth

You are dwelling in the Womb of Mother-God. Woman is the Catalyst for her Husband to achieve the subsequent stages of birth and emerge out of the Womb of Mother-God. Few achieve the subsequent stages of birth, and they suffer a Spiritual Miscarriage 

In the allegorical account of Genesis, when Eve was drawn from the side of Adam, what is being personified is the fact that the mind of mankind became divided across the polarities of male and female when we entered this world. What this means is that when man meets woman, it is in reality one half of the mind meeting and interacting with the other half -- both of them divided opposites with greatly differing mental perceptions and abilities -- each with the capacity to fill the mental void of their spouse. Therefore, when man meets woman, two halves of the Mind are brought together with the capacity to interact, grow and evolve to Wholeness. From the perspective of Plato's Cave, physical birth is a symbol of the process of mental birth that is possible when Man and Woman come together in a Spiritual Marriage (see The Divine Marriage ). What is a Divine Marriage? It is when Adam/Man and Even are reunited in Wholeness and Evolved to their Absolute Fullness Together as One. And from the perspective of man and woman, as the man assists in the development of those unique Intuitive abilities possessed by his wife that are suppressed and often absent in him, his own Intuitive spheres of mind begin to develop. And as the woman channels, transforms, raises up and returns the generative energy of her husband back to her husband, both begin to evolve beyond organic male and female levels of mind and consciousness.
When rightly understood, the analogy of Plato's Cave is in fact an allegorical portrayal of the process of Birth that leads to the development of Mind that enables the person to consciously emerge out of the Womb of Mother-Earth. Which provokes the question: In the analogy of Plato's Cave, what causes organic man to be portrayed as a prisoner who can only perceive partial shadow-images that he falsely believes is Real and Whole? The answer: Because of his own division of consciousness, he lacks the necessary Wholeness in his vision and understanding. And with respect to the question: How is Plato's Cave escaped? In explanation of the allegorical account of Genesis in the Gospel of Philip, man became subject to the cycles of birth and death when Eve was separated from Adam -- i.e., (quoting): “When Eve was still with Adam, death did not exist. When she was separated from him, death came into being. If he enters again and attains his former self, death will be no more”. With the division of Mind through the separation of Adam/Male and Eve/Female, Wholeness of Mind did not exist. And when it is understood that in the allegorical account, death portrays a level of consciousness -- i.e., "...let the dead bury their own dead” (Matt 8:21-22) -- the objective of this life is to restore Wholeness through the process of our achieving the subsequent stages of Birth. Therefore, when Jesus said to "follow me, and let the dead bury their own dead”, he was making reference to the condition and level of consciousness noted in the Gospel of Philip which portrayed the undeveloped levels of male and female consciousness of organic (carnal) man as a state of death. Why? Contrary to the dogma of the modern Church Jesus stated: "They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Mark 2:17). Which provokes the question: How is Wholeness of Mind achieved? With the division of Male and Female in conjunction with an undeveloped mind, the consciousness of organic man is unable to perceive and understand with any degree of Wholeness.
In the Gospel of Thomas we find the Key to escaping Plato's Cave and what can be portrayed as the Womb of Mother-Earth or the Far Country in which we, as the prodigal sons dwell, when the disciples asked Jesus the question: "Shall we then, as children, enter the kingdom?" The disciples achieved a subsequent level of achieving birth (non-physical virgin) by fulfilling the Law as Jesus taught them. And having achieved a level of the birth process, Jesus taught them what they had to accomplish in order to bring about the subsequent stages of birth by achieving the necessary Wholeness: "Jesus 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 male and the female one and the same, so that the male not be male nor the female, female; ...then will you enter the kingdom." The answer to both the process of achieving the subsequent stages of birth, and escaping Plato's cave, is right there in the allegorical account of Genesis: "And the LORD God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever" Genesis 3:22). In order to escape Plato's Cave and achieve the subsequent stages of birth, you must eat the twelve fruits of the Tree of Life. But to consume the twelve fruits, you must achieve Wholeness of both Mind and Spirit -- i.e., "In the middle of its street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations" (Rev 22:2). And therein lies the problem as seen in the fact that if half the polarity of mind remained with Adam/Male, and the opposite polarity of mind remained with Eve/woman, then Adam and Eve had to be reunited as One in Wholeness -- i.e., "...If he enters again and attains his former [undivided] self, death will be no more”. Because of the separation, sexual intercourse became necessary to connect the minds of male and female so they can interact, mentally and spiritually evolve, and achieve the subsequent stages of birth. Therefore it must be understood that physical childbirth is a functioning symbol of Plato's Cave of what must be accomplished on a mental-level, in order to achieve our own subsequent stages of birth. When a man is cognizant of the reality that a women sees and understands what he does not -- and is often blind to the perceptive-understanding of the Feminine-Intuitive Inner reality, then the uniting of man and woman in a Divinely Consecrated Marriage, is representative of the developmental learning experience that is necessary to overcome the death of divided perceptive-understanding associated with the lower levels of organic (carnal) human consciousness that is unable to see God and Understand the Wholeness of the Divine Mind. In the same way that physical birth is dependent upon the joining and interacting of the sperm and ovum within an embryo in order to begin the process of (physical) development, so too is Mental-Birth dependent upon the joining and interacting of a man and woman within the embryonic Divine Marriage Union, to begin the process of forming the Ætheric mental-bodies in order to begin the process of development that -- in accord with the choices the man and woman make -- has the capacity to bring about the subsequent stages of birth. Therefore, from the perspective of Plato's Cave, a Consecrated Marriage Union where husband and wife develop the minds of their respective spouse -- woman receiving and transforming the Impressions from her husband -- and returning the Impressions and Thoughts back to him at an elevated level of mind -- is the means of development that enables them to escape the ignorance of the imprisonment of a divided Consciousness.
Quoted from Escaping Plato's Cave And Birth


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