a reply to: DayAfterTomorrow
but God's nature is both male and female as one. The Spirit (mind) is the Tao and gateway of named things. Still God.
Is it really both male and female?
If one is privileged to be present when certain Beings have children one does not see a sexual thing between males and females. It is division of
When this particular Being (a preditory feline Kami) became weary of the wieght of her memories, she divided herself into eight beautiful children all
identical in every way, each with her mother's memories, and her mother's mother's memories, and so on. At that moment, they began to live as
individuals, each acquiring unique experiences. Diversity.
This is so of Kami, Deva, Asura, Nature Spirits and so on. But I would not presume my description above is universal. Nature likes diversity.
That we see wombs as a pattern in the "physiology", if I can use that term, in woodnymphs, Asuras, and a few others does not guarantee males, just a
complete womb that creates children without males.
In the Nagi gods we can find males and females. Naga = males, Nagi = females. So the local folk of that part of India who claim they descend from the
Naga gods are probably telling the truth.
That Merlin fell in love with Nimue, well, that is perfectly understandable. They are adorable, cheeky, knowledgeable and have a way of bringing out a
man's protective instincts. That is one reason why one might want to create males in a organic world where the protection of the creators is
But then again, I am not a theologian.
edit on 13-3-2017 by Whatsthisthen because: added 'then again' to last sentence and fixed opening remark. stupid computer