Okay, I will just write what's on my mind, right away.
We know that Islam is the anti-thesis toward Christianity, right? But how exactly?
Christianity is a sun worshiping cult, even though masqueraded by its monotheistic face. Which means a masculine nature. While Islam is the
couterpart, it is a moon worshiping cult, also disguised as monotheism. Islam's nature, then, will be representing the feminin natur of the cosmos.
Search, and you will find plenty of symbolism representing the female in Islam. Name the crescent moon, the night, the cat, the Jamarat stoning ritual
(part of Hajj pilgrimage ritual). And there is even a moslem teaching that says, whether they enter a room, or get out of it, they shall done it with
the left foot first. Left, as we know it is female, the couterpart of the Christian right? There is also a story about Muhammed spliting the moon it
two. And the lunar calender they use, acompared to the solar based calender used in Christianity. I almost forgot.
The Jamarat ritual is actually an activity where people throw stone toward a giant pilar, erecting several levels into the underground structure. The
huge pilar is said to be representing satan! Now this is funny, since there is no such thing that says satan being symbolized with a pilar, anywhere
in the Qoran, AFAIK. Cmiiw.
The pilar/obelisk/Linga (in Hinduism) itself is definitely a symbolism of the male energy, the suns energy! Which also represents Christianity. And
moslems are told to stone it in fierce anger and rage, because it is said to be evil! Thats rediculous!
And to me, its an obvious prove that
Islam is supposed to represent the female natural energy.
And I believe that the cat, which was said to be the favorite pet of Muhammed, is also a representation of the female. In contrast to the dog, which
is male symbolism. Jesus once also had a commentary about a dog. I am not very versed in this, but perhaps, someone who was raised in a Catholics or
Christian environment could give some reference to this. Jesus basically says something like "Look at that dog (corpse), even it is dead, its teeth
are still clean and white.". The official explaination says it was supposed to be a metaphor of a value "all things had its beauty/positive
side/purpose, even a dead dog". Cmiiw again. But to me, it was a little odd, was it another male energy hidden symbolism?
As you might already have heard more often, and read in other threads on ATS, the Christian cross is a symbol of the sun. The son is also the sun.
Lucifer is said to be the light bringer, but some say Jesus is actually Luficer himself, the light bearier. Lucifer was not satan, but Jesus. Or was
Jesus = satan? Some confusion we got here. But if we connect this to the stoning Hajj ritual of a huge pilar in Islamic tradition, now it makes some
sense, more than before! No? Because all of them never trully existed, it might? They were all only pure symbolism of natural power, hidden in plain
sight from us? Of the Yin Yan concept, known it the far east. Especially from Taoism teachings.
The concept has many versions, sometimes related to sexual energy, then they are called the feminin and masculine. Sometimes regarded as positive and
the negative, creation vs destruction as the swastika? Black and white, etc. Basically it represents 2 opposite extremes which creates volatility and
dinamics. It is like the two poles of a electric circuit, which creates movement, a stream from voltage differences. A binary disposition, a shallow
Once upon a time, acording to Islamic mythology, the Ka'aba was a parthenon. People on the area were storing their idols in it. A parthenon is
actually a simularca of the human soul. Like was the Greco-Roman parthenon was the soul/heart of the Roman civilization. You store anything you love
in there. And one of the most known deity the Arabic people worshiped was Hubbal
, a moon god. He was actually only one of many deities placed
inside the kaba, but somehow, history literature only acknowlage us of this one particular idol figure. Which happen to be a moon related deity,
Apropos monotheism. The monotheistic concept is not necceserily a wrong concept, its just that it has no practical value in our natural realm.
Monotheism is more philosopical and ideal compared to the Yin Yan concept. Like the solar calender has little use to us living solelly on planet
earth, acompared to the lunar calender. Even there was supposed to be 13 month in one year, unlike the Islamic one. Hence, it was the origin of the
secred number of 13. The solar calender is actually of another form of use, just like monotheism was. Monotheism is simply not of this world, it is
used in another realm/dimension/form.
Relation to immaculate birth?
I believe that the universe itself is actually the female. Its dark, and it also represents the womb. A place for anything to grow and live on. The
cosmos provides us with anything we need, in order to bloom and cultivate. I believe, queen Samiramis herself is a personification of this female
So, who's the male then? The masculine prime cause is the LIGHT. Thus "at first there was darkness, and then came light!". The light bearier, a
personification of male energy, came and fertilized the universe. Thus was the birth of life. An immaculate conception has taken place! Voila, you got
genesis! Samiramis, the mother universe, and the light bringer, as the male fertilizer, the seed of life. Ant then the flower of life, sound familiar?
The hexagon is the flower of life, since 6 is the atom number of Carbon. Which our lifeform was bassed on. The star of David.
I think thats it for now. I will add something later on. Happy reading, folks.
TO MODERATOR: Mod, I have deliberatelly writen Islam in the title in uppercase! Why is it now in lowercase? Are you trying to play me or something?
Can you please edit it back to uppercase? Its for neutrality sake. You know how those religious zealots are. Or did you do this to me in purpose? Mod?
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