Beyond the Soul’s Meridian May 12, 2022
In the Western Hemisphere, the spirit of spring is encompassed within the energies of rebirth and renewal. This energy of global rebirth is signified by Easter and Passover celebrations which are both periods of time marked by the lunar cycles and the Spring Equinox. These celebrations embody the emergence of spring just as much as the equinox signifies its birth.
Within the lower density construct of dark isolation, the spring season then passes into summer with very little fanfare. As the heart of the spring passes us by into the blazing heat of summer, it always dawns on me that something of great importance has been missed.
As the energies of Aries transition into the season of Taurus, there should be something that shifts within the soul to remind us of the gift that we have all been given regarding our life here on earth and the wealth that Gaia bestows upon us. Yet, this celebration could only be experienced within a world that is not consumed with fear, conflict, wrath, and deception.
The heart of the spring is the time of the sacred golden bull known as Taurus Api, Apis, or Taurus. In Western mythology, this is the same calf that the Israelites worshiped in the desert as Moses set forth to receive God’s covenant on Sinai. This breach in God’s trust is considered one of the gravest sins that has ever been committed by His children. Perhaps, this is why ANY consideration of the divine Bull has been wiped from our collective memory. Keep in mind that this transgression was committed in the 13th century BC, which was known as the Age of Aries, Age of the Father, and Age of the Ram. This time was signified by a covenant between Man and God that was ruled by His Words engraved upon stone tablets.
From an esoteric perspective, the Bull represents the Human body which is married to our libido or life force. This is a great secret that has been hidden from our awareness by the wrathful scorn of a threatening and vengeful god. This is the same one that stated:
“Be careful not to make a treaty with the inhabitants of the land you are entering, lest they become a snare in your midst. Rather, you must tear down their altars, smash their sacred stones, and chop down their Asherah poles. For you must not worship any other god, for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God. Do not make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land, for when they prostitute themselves to their gods and sacrifice to them, they will invite you, and you will eat their sacrifices.” — Exodus 34:12-16
Although this may have been a reference to a time when pagan principles were usurped by dark occult practices, this passage appears to be the words of an archonic god that is inconsistent to the Law of One given in a time when the adherence to the letter of the law was executed at an institutional level.
Is God jealous?
In a lower polarity, love manifests as jealousy. There is no judgement in this observation, but merely a perspective of facts viewed from a distance through time within an Age that is no longer congruent to this experience.
For better or worse we learned the wrath of God and have evolved past this experience which could be viewed as an egotistical school of hard knocks. One that minimized joy and placed value in dry inflexible facts and protocols that painted the world in black and white.
This Age has ended and we must now ask, “What did we learn from this experience?”
Perhaps, that a joyless life is one without the presence of spirit. Regardless of Ascension, we are still living here as human beings within the bosom of Gaia. As Children of the Widow we are here to rectify all that has come to be distorted through the Dark Ages of egotistical misdirection.
It is time to restore the energies of the sacred Bull back to its proper alignments.
The goddess Europa was the epitome of joy, grace, intelligence, and beauty. So much so, that Zeus was stricken by her and transformed himself into a bull carrying her away to the island of Crete, where she gave birth to three of his children. According to Ovid, the attraction was mutual.
“And gradually she lost her fear, and he offered his breast for her virgin caresses. His horns for her to wind with chains of flowers. Until the princess dared to mount his back. Her pet bull’s back, unwitting whom she rode. Then—slowly, slowly down the broad, dry beach. First in the shallow waves the great god set. His spurious hooves, then sauntered further out’til in the open sea he bore his prize. Fear filled her heart as, gazing back, she saw. The fast receding sands. Her right hand grasped. A horn, the other lent upon his back. Her fluttering tunic floated in the breeze.”
The balance between masculine and feminine power is obvious from this insight. There is no force of will, only sensuous energies being exchanged at the base chakras that ground us back to Gaia. This is a powerful observation and a universal archetype as Venus is the natural ruler of the Taurus. This is why the Bull is sacred as it is ruled by the goddess of love.
The Bull also represents the Physical human body which is married to what is known as the Etheric body. Throughout our earthly life, these two bodies are inseparable. Although the heart is associated with love, it is the Etheric body which is the field of sympathetic vibrational energy which holds together the fabric of the universe.
In astrology, Taurus represents the Physical body which is ruled by the Queen of Love (Venus). Without the presence of the Divine Feminine, we live in abject misery and an impoverished state of health.
The union and balance of feminine power to the masculine energies of the Logos manifests within the ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor. Hathor is considered the Eye of Ra or the consort of Ra. Ra (as the deity of the Sun) is divine masculine intelligence (Logos). As consort to Ra, Hathor is considered as the feminine counterpart to the cosmic Logos. It is the rising of the divine feminine in balance to the divine masculine which is now marking the New Time of Aquarius.
The feminine Logos is finally making its way back into our consciousness.
Hathor is depicted as goddess with the horns of a bull encircling the sun and carrying an instrument known as a sistrum. The power of Hathor manifests as the cosmic intelligence of dance, music, fragrance, procreation, love, romance, and ecstatic humor married to the wisdom of the Logos.
The sistrum usually carriers the image of Hathor at its base and represents the vibrational sympathetic energy released by any being enraptured by the joy, poetic symmetry, humor, and divine intelligence manifested through her device or through those divinely inspired through the channeling of the absolute truth of the divine feminine Logos. The power released by Hathor’s sistrum breaks down all physical barriers created by ego’s scepter.
The power of the instrument of the divine feminine Logos levels the rule of any and all archonic rulers and their minions.
As we look towards the days of May, let us not forget this time as the heart of the spring season manifesting the power of the Divine Feminine Logos. This is the time of the resurrection of the body which can only be accomplished with our feet firmly planted upon the earth, our senses entangled within the restorative energies of Gaia’s abundant beauty, and the power of divine Truth in union with our spiritual linage.
For if we cannot resurrect the body in the joyful and intelligent manifestation of the Divine Feminine, in balance with the Divine Masculine, we are as good as dead.
Do not let the fear generated by egotistical and spiritless hype, and the disinformation of virtual “reality” platforms lay your soul to waste.
These days, the only thing that remains in short supply is common sense.
The rest is merely an abstract illusion.
In Good Faith,