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Aren’t We All Divine Children? by Janet MaiKa’i Rudolph

Consider the following four birth stories 😛 TAGEND

A high priestess became pregnant in a manner that was forbidden in her culture. She presented birth to a child son. Fearing for her child’s life, she fad a basket of rusheds and cast him into a flow. He was retrieved by a serviceman appointed Akki whose list represents “the drawer of water.” Akki promoted the boy.

A son was born to a young princess who had been forced to keep her maternity a secret because it was forbidden. When her son was born, she arranged him in a basket and moved him down the river. He was discovered and raised by foster parents. He grew up to become a noted warrior, talker and eventually a tycoon.

A young son inadvertently absorbed some puts of star-studded wisdom from the cauldron of a goddess and, in this manner, was abruptly awakened to deduce knowledge. The goddess stretched infuriated that her see profundity was stolen. Desperate to escape her life-threatening wrath, a wild hunt followed. The son turned himself into a rabbit, but the goddess turned herself into a dog to shoot him down. The boy turned himself into a fish to swim away but the goddess became an otter to continue the chase. The boy then turned himself into a bird, but the goddess became a hawk. Finally, the son turned himself into a grain and hid in a large pile of grain. The goddess turned herself into a hen and ate up all the grain including the boy-as-seed. In this way she found herself pregnant. She planned to kill the child when he was born, but when “shes seen” him, he was so beautiful that she fallen in love and she could not bring herself to do so. The goddess sewed the child into a skin bag and propelled him into the river. He was retrieved by a male identified Elphin who renamed and heightened him.

A dame of the priestly caste of her tribe payed birth to a child son. At the time, all boys born to her tribe were still under a decree of demise. To save her son’s life, she initiated a basket of reeds and swam him down the river. He was help find a sovereign princess who retrieved him from the spray, uttered him a brand-new name and collected him to adulthood.

The first fib is that of an Akkadian hero monarch named Sargon I or Sargon the Great who lived circa 23 rd- 24 th centuries BCE. He is best known for conquering much of Mesopotamia, the same general locality of Biblical events, albeit much more quickly. He is ascribed with introducing the concept of an conglomerate and was lauded as the founder of a dynasty of lords throughout the region.

The second fib is Karna’s birth tale from the Hindu Mahabharata. His father was the Hindu sun deity, Surya. His mother was a princess who later became a princes. His foster parents reputation him Vasusena. It being told that the son had the foot of his mother and radiated with the brightnes of his father.

The third storey is the birth legend of Taliesin, the bard/ poet/ shaman of Britain. Taliesin was said to have lived in the 6th century CE.

The fourth legend is the biblical fiction of Moses.

Even though the four birth legends encompass cultures thousands of miles apart and time periods of over thousands of years, there are a myriad of common mythic topics here.

The mother in each case was a princess, priestess or a goddess, each with a connection to the divine. Sargon was the son of the high priestess. Jochebed, Moses’s mother was a Levite, a member organization participating in the priestly caste, potentially a priestess in her own claim. Taliesin’s second birth mother was Cerridwen, known as the goddess of Britain. In Karna’s case, his mother was a princess who read in conjunction with a deity.

All four were hovered down a flow in a basket or a sack to escape from life-threatening danger. All were retrieved and raised by their rescuers. At least three of them please give brand-new words upon their retrieval. The Celtic boy was originally specified Gwion and became Taliesin. The pharaoh’s daughter returned her adoptee the refer Moses. The name in ancient Egyptian planneds “son.”

In short-lived, each of our heroes had two birth ordeals: The first through the watery amniotic fluid of their physical mothers and the second in their traversing runny channels in reed or skin baskets. Metaphorically through the birth passage of the Great Goddess.

Moses is sometimes treated as a historical character. He might be, but there is no extra-Biblical source that mentions him. Perhaps he, like so many ancient “heroes, ” is a mythic character brought to human size and human experience for the purpose of storytelling.

And perhaps the most pertinent, especially in relation to this Feminism and Religion site, is the echoing of the topic of the lad or it’s more likely roots- “child.” The consecrated “child” became “son” because these stories were written in patriarchal eras. We find more female heroes in fairy tales which can be traced to older traditions.

The overarching theme becomes a special child who was born and obtained strength from the Great mother Goddess.

There is a lot written about the mythic archetype of the “son of the sun.” I am proposing that the original template of hero/ prophets/ spiritual leader would be the archetype of “the child of the Great Goddess.” In other messages, this is a template that exemplifies each and every one of us. Really as Moses was a child of the Great Goddess, so, more, are we.

And don’t we everybody has two birth lineages as well? It could be said that our physical figures are delivery from our physical mothers and represent our earthly lineage. It could also be said that our soul or spirit is delivery directly from the Great Goddess and represent our heavenly or royal lineage. We all have access to walk the sovereign route in our own lives.

Janet Maika’i Rudolph. “IT’S ALL ABOUT THE QUEST.” I have walked the flavour route for over 25 times traveling to sacred websites various regions of the world including Israel to do an Ulpan( Hebrew conversation studies while working on a Kibbutz ), Eleusis and Delphi in Greece, Avebury and Glastonbury in England, Brodgar in Scotland, Machu Picchu in Peru, Teotihuacan in Mexico, and Giza in Egypt. Within these cross, I was instrumental in innumerable shamanic rites and habits, attended a mystery clas based on the ancient Greek model, and studied with shamans around the world. I am twice initiated. The first as a shaman practitioner of a pathway known as Divine Humanity. The second ordination in 2016 was as an Alaka’i( a Hawaiian spiritual guide with Aloha International ). I “ve written” three records: When Moses Was a Shaman, When Eve Was a Goddess,( now available in Spanish, Cuando Eva epoch una Diosa ), and One Gods. In Ardor and Adventure, Janet.now available in Spanish. Cuando Eva era una Diosa

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