posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 06:55 PM
I'm studying Hermeticism, and it has a generally unique approach to homosexuality. Some hermeticists see homosexuality as a poison. In reality, I
think it's far more complicated than that. Into the heavens we reach, there our souls are unified. There is no masculine or feminine at that point.
When our souls are brought into this world, into the bodies we have now, the two aspects of that soul are split in two: Masculine and feminine. Thus,
true gay men and women are simply those bodies that contain the opposite force from what the body represents.
For instance, what is called a warrior woman, or a woman with the heart of a woman, is a true lesbian. Not this sham lesbianism that is being
perpetuated upon the youth of today, who want to do it to impress or do it for fun.
This is why homosexuals are viewed as "promiscuous". Because a gay male body wishes to fulfill its innate feminine desires, reproduction. But, being
physically male, cannot. The same can be said with a lesbian, as the masculine desire (or one of the innate physical desires) is to reproduce as well.
Each have the same desires, but do it in different ways. Unfortunately, many gay men and women seek random encounters in motel rooms and bathroom
stalls, one night stands, and group sexual encounters to fulfill this desire. Their sexual desires are wild, without focus or aim, and they lose sight
of love and focus on lust.
But a true gay man or gay woman seeks love, not sex. They seek that one person their soul harmoniously vibrates in union with.
Good example: George Takei. His partner, Brad (forgot Brad's last name) has been with George for years now. They're married. Though George has had
in the past had wild encounters (even with women), he sought a partner and found Brad. Now they're just as happy and in love as a heterosexual
Mainstream Christianity views homosexuality as a sin. This cannot be anymore false. The Bible says nothing in condemnation of core homosexuality, but
instead lashes out against "deviant" or misconductive homosexuality, just as it does with misconductive heterosexuality (prostitution, rape,
Homosexuality is not inherently bad, nor is it inherently good. Just as heterosexuality, it's just something that is what it is, how it is, presented
in a way that is what it is and always has been: A lifestyle that fits snugly around the soul of that person.
All I'm saying is to Christians (and any else who condemn homosexuality), to borrow a phrase from some of my fellow ATSers: Love and Light. The One
loves you more than you know, and it doesn't matter who you want to vibrate with. (Well, as long as all parties involved are consenting adults.)