BHM blog series Day 3: The Eve Gene

In yesterday’s blog ‘The Origins of Christianity’ I said I would deal with the bible claiming Eve was created from Adam’s rib.

As a person who likes to ask QUESTions, I decided to ask whether this was true.

Your QUEST for ‘the Truth’ begins when you ask the right QUESTions!

Let’s start with the claim that Adam was made first: According to GENETICS, chromosomes are the building blocks of life. A woman has XX chromosomes, and a man has XY chromosomes:

So if women were made from Adam’s ‘rib’, he would have had to start off with an XX chromosome, which would have made him a woman! That’s not how it came to me when I channelled the information about X & Y chromosomes in Year Eight, but it’s plain to see that scientifically, it’s impossible for women to have been created from men. God would not go against His/Her own Laws of Creation.

Claiming Eve was made from Adam’s rib put women in a position of servitude to men, created with no other purpose than to be a ‘help mate’ for him.

How male chauvinist is that??

Secondly, Western science has proven that the bones of the first human being were those of a Black Woman, which they named ‘Lucy’. (Why not Eve?)

I channel loving messages from Source (God, Infinite Intelligence, Jehovah, Yahweh or whatever you choose to call ‘It’) and from my ancestors (46,000 words of my novel were channelled). In Year Eight I included a channelled message which said:

I was here first!
MAN came out of woMAN
HE came out of sHE
MALE came out of feMALE
And HE came HEr
See, it’s hidden in the words!

What I’m trying to get at, is why was religion used to suppress the Divine Feminine?

The Black Womban

While writing my novel, I discovered that Black Women carry the Mother of All Genes – Mitochondrial DNA; mDNA is only found in women, and since it has been scientifically proven that all races can trace their DNA back to the Black Woman, she is rightfully known as ‘The Mother of All Nations’.

Also known as the ‘Eve gene’, mitochondrial DNA is responsible for all variations of human beings:

Extract from Year Eight of Journey of a Sister:

‘It dawns on Suzanne that Eve in the bible had been blamed for the fall of the whole of humanity, indirectly blaming the Black Woman.

However before European religions were created, women held a high position in society. It was the custom among Nubians that when a king died and left only a son, if he had a nephew, the son of his sister would reign instead of his own son. In other words, inheritance came through the woman, not the man.

Yet somehow this had all been turned upside down. The Divine Feminine was removed from the Creation Story, and Eve was accused of causing the downfall of humanity, resulting in women being forced to become subservient to men. The genealogy of Jesus and other prominent men in the bible didn’t even acknowledge women. It was even said that the Gospel of Mary, who was the closest ‘disciple’ to Jesus, was omitted from the scriptures. Religion was used as a tool to suppress the Feminine Energy, which allowed the Masculine Energy to rise. Because men no longer sought counsel from their women, their ego created havoc. They took over religion, politics, law, education, business and agriculture, causing extensive damage to Mother Earth and her inhabitants.

Suzanne learns that the Christian cross she still wears, is a direct derivative of the Ankh cross, which originated in Ancient Kemet. The loop of the Ankh represents the womb, and the elongated bottom part represents the phallus. The line in the middle represents the two coming together, to create Life.

With Christianity being a patriarchal religion, the loop representing the Feminine Principle was removed and replaced with another (smaller) phallus. It then became the symbol of death, instead of Life. With the help of their religions, the masculine energy became dominant, forming a patriarchal mindset which allowed men to dominate women.

Suzanne realizes it’s the lack of Feminine Energy on the planet which has created an imbalance, and that the Masculine and Feminine energies need to become equal to create equilibrium…

She believes women are naturally more intuitive than men and more in touch with their feelings, while men tend to act out of ego rather than emotion. Their need for power, status, and control causes them to oppress the one thing they cannot live without – the woman. By claiming that Eve was made from Adam’s rib, allowed their religions to put women in a position lower than men, instead of beside them.

She thinks about how far women are from re-membering themselves (putting themselves back together again) and wonders what she can do to help them regain their rightful position in the world.’

In tomorrow’s blog I will explain how the woman’s yoni plays a big part of religion, hidden in plain sight!

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Read yesterday’s blog: The Origins of Christianity

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In your service,

Author | Visual & Spoken Word Artist | Truth-seeker | Soul Purpose Tribe Leader

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