I will start with what some call a deep preponderance, that is I will ask you to consider this: the female’s vaginal fluids are first off destructive to sperm which is Y, the Y chromosome. Therefore, once the fetus is growing in order to become a male, huge amounts of androgen must be produced. In eastern myths, we find the viral masculine one who is battling the dragon, which is of course female.
We see in everyday life similar battles on many levels. So my question to you is this, does the battle then first take place in the womb, where the development of the male fetus must battle for its own individual sexual identity? Or better yet, even before it becomes a fetus does the battle begin when the sperm fight their way to be the one to unite with the ovum and then the vaginal secretions fight to kill the sperm off in a vigilant battle to ensure the soon to be new life to be female?
I realize for some this may be a difficult discussion. I have no doubt that many may simply need to dispute what is being given here and I understand. As I know it to be somewhat, if not quite, threatening to our already in place knowledge gained through years of schooling and traditional teachings of westernized religion and of course what our mother and father taught us and what we have accepted as truth, going no further to seek answers to questions that may have arisen in our minds. But none the less, I find it very important that we at least journey in other directions so as not to remain limited, becoming apathetic, accepting only the limited views of a few without question.
I believe that from what I have seen particularly in our society it is unfortunate yet true that we have been conditioned to accept the knowledge that is given without question. For if we are not upcoming scientists in our own right, what right have we to question? Well, may it not remain so. A child will somewhat plague its mother with questions needing and wanting to know everything, this is good. I have seen some unfortunate results of such questioning of little ones. For I have seen weary mothers grow ever deaf to the voices and drumming of questions by inspired children in search of answers and eventually I see that the increasing deafness brings about a silencing in the child, which in turn creates a painful silence, a painful separation of mother and child. This should never be.
Everything and everyone is of the sacred feminine, in the sacred feminine. The sacred feminine within each and every one and every thing. I leave you with this. A great poet once said, “Things are not what they seem”. I say to you, She is our assurance of the truth of that statement.
Salutations to the Goddess who dwells in all things as peace, salutations again and again.