Yesterday I said I’d explain how the yoni plays a big part in Christianity!
‘Yoni’ is the sanskrit word for the female sex organ aka the vagina or vulva, which has also been said to smell ‘fishy’.
Jesus’ ministry involved fish on a number of occasions, e.g. he fed 5,000 people with 5 loaves and two fish, and was able to pay his taxes with the coin from a fish’s mouth.
There’s so much symbolism, Numerology, and sacred geometry in this story alone, so let me start by explaining how the symbol of the fish used to represent Jesus, refers to the yoni.
This ancient geometric symbol is made by overlapping two circles, which is the beginning of a sequence that forms the Seed of Life:
‘Piscis’ refers to the middle section which resembles a fish (Piscis/Pisces).
Its mystical meaning has always been shrouded in mystery, but most agree that it’s meant to represent the feminine principle – the “vulva of the Goddess”.
Below are a few examples of where this geometric symbol appears time and time again in religious art, architecture and literature:
Early Christianity often presented Christ within a Vesica Piscis, representing the yoni of the Goddess and/or the gateway to the celestial world.
“The Vesica Piscis is derived from the Sanskrit meaning, “divine passage”. That the yoni is the feminine, the yoni should be viewed such that the divine passage becomes a correlation to sex, or male/female union.” John Yarker, The Arcane Schools
So Jesus was birthed through a divine, sacred Union between the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine.
The Vesica Piscis has been used throughout various cultures to symbolize:
- The union of heaven and earth in the body of Christ (Christian)
- The root element of the Flower of Life (Judaism)
- The vagina of the ‘Cosmic Mother,’ Goddess Maat (Egypt)
- Merging of God and Goddess (Celts/Norse)
The Flower of Life is another sacred geometric shape which if you look closely, you’ll see is made up of both the Vesica Piscis, and the Seed of Life:
What you’re looking at right now, is the building block of creation.
So my QUESTion is, why isn’t sacred geometry taught at school or in church?
The Vesica Piscis which represents Jesus’ ministry, forms the beginning of all creation!
In geometry, if you measure the distance where the two circles of the Vesica Piscis meet, and the height at the widest point of the “bladder of the fish” you get a ratio of 265:153 which equals 1.7320261. This is as close as you can get to the square root of three.
Furthermore, Greek mathematicians such as Pythagoras and Archimedes, termed 153 as the ‘measure of the fish’. (They learned from Imhotep, a master mathematician in ancient Kemet).
This expression comes from the Bible story in John 21:11 which tells the second miracle of Jesus; his fisherman disciples hadn’t caught anything all day, so Jesus told them to throw the net over the right side of the boat:
“Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, a hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken.”
To round this off, let’s look at the number of this verse – 21:11. In Numerology, 21 equals 3 (2+1). Three is the number of creation. Eleven is a Master Number; the eleven is 1 and 1 which makes 2 – the perfect balance of male and female which by nature pro-create.
The Father, Mother, and Son.
This might explain why we weren’t taught sacred geometry or Numerology; the geometric shape for the Divine Feminine is in the building blocks of creation! There’s no mention of a Mother in the bible, yet the symbol used for Jesus’ ministry is the Vesica Piscis, which represents the yoni of the Divine Mother – hidden in plain sight!
A woman’s yoni has also been referred to, and can resemble a ‘flower’ (Flower of Life).
photo credit: Exotic Afrique
The vagina (yoni) is the gateway for new life to come through.
The above image shows a primitive ceremony where someone is being passed through a giant yoni, in order to be born again. The double-pointed oval was a world-wide symbol of the Great Mother Goddess because it represented the external genetalia of the Divine Feminine.
Notice the fire in the background: In Year Seven of Journey of a Sister I quoted; ‘Above the yoni is a small subtle flame, whose form is intelligence‘ ~ Shiva Samhita, 15th century
Fire can symbolize cleansing and purification, resurrection, rebirth, and intelligence – and of course, passion 🔥
An extract from Year Seven of Journey of a Sister:
Her own Yoni-verse!
It was Charles who taught Suzanne about the sacredness of her yoni – in fact, he had even named it for her.
He told her that her yoni is the entrance to her personal solar system – her yoni-verse – and that he, the Black Man, is the gatekeeper. He explains that the man plants the seed, but it’s the womban who nurtures it and brings it to life. He said her womb is a portal, and that babies are souls that come from the spiritual realm through the womban, into this physical realm – but that her womb also has the power to create things other than babies.
Suzanne doesn’t have a clue what he’s talking about, so she decides to do a meditation, focusing her attention on her yoni and womb. Gaining insight, she discovers that her womb is a powerful dynamic creative force similar to that of the universe. The liquid that is secreted from her yoni holds within it a strong transference of power, and is therefore sacred. Charles knew this, which is why he happily and gratefully engages in cunnilingus. He told Suzanne that whenever their fluids mingle together, he is also taking on the ability to bring things from the spiritual realm into the physical, which is why he has a deep love and respect for his Queen/goddess and the inherent powers of her yoni and womb.
Suzanne researches online, and discovers that in some Eastern cultures, a man will focus on the yoni while meditating upon his desires, which has the power to grant his wishes. If a woman is aware of her powers, her ‘flower’ will naturally emit a fragrance which provides the attraction inherent in it.
Suzanne gets a mirror to study her ‘flower’. She develops a new-found respect for her yoni and womb, and promises her Self that she will never again allow it to be abused.’
At my first art exhibition, someone commented that my painting ‘Black Orchid‘ was ‘erotic’. But honestly, that was the furthest thing from my mind at the time! (You can read my inspiration for my paintings on the Art page)
So now we see how Jesus is related to the yoni, and to sacred geometry.
Which leads to my next blog post, ‘The Serpent and the Tree of Life‘.
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Listen to this extract from Year Six which features my painting ‘Black Orchid’ and explains the manifestation process:
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