BHM Day 23: Why Jesus CURSED the Fig Tree (Part 2)

Yesterday I asked the QUESTion “Why did Jesus CURSE the Fig Tree?” Today we will look at the symbolism in the story.

In Day 6 of this blog series we established that the Tree of Life was most likely a Fig Tree (the hidden clue was Adam and Eve sewing fig leaves together after discovering they were naked). In Day 5 we saw how FIGS relate to FERTILITY.

Since the bible was constructed by a bunch of white male chauvinists (research ‘The Council of Nicea’) it stands to reason why there would be a story of Jesus cursing a tree which symbolized FEMININITY.

We’ve already established that they removed the Divine Feminine from the Creation story, and that their man-made religions are responsible for the suppression of Feminine Energy. Religion was used to oppress women in order for the masculine energy to become dominant.

If we look at the ‘Fall of Adam and Eve’ story from an esoteric point of view, it will begin to make more sense.

Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist and historian of religion said “No tree can grow to Heaven unless it’s roots reach down to Hell.”

In other words, you cannot become an enlightened being just by walking in the light, you also have to experience the deepest darkest parts of yourself, or ‘dark night of the soul’.

‘On the journey to becoming enlightened, the path to becoming the greatest possible version of your Self — you must first truly understand/comprehend the capacity for evil within you. You must meditate on these evils and their accompanying motivations, consequences, and feelings…feelings of inflicting suffering upon others.

Only then are you truly capable of embodying the greatest good. True goodness doesn’t emerge from a blissful ignorance of evil — these people fall apart when they encounter true evil that they can’t explain (this is how PTSD emerges). Goodness can only come from a true understanding of evil, and the choice to act good while facing the suffering of life. This truth is embedded in our genetic coding, and is likely why we all feel a sense of gratification when the evil villain redeems himself into the hero that saves the day.

This idea of goodness emerging from the understanding, and subsequent rejection of evil is reflected in the story of Jesus rejecting the temptation of Satan three times in the desert; Christ plays the Archetype of the perfect human, but is unjustly nailed to a cross and tortured by unenlightened men. He willingly embraced his own suffering and carried it on his back along with the suffering and darkness of all humans. If we think of life as a game of chess, then Christ is the perfect player of the game; he makes the correct decision in every circumstance that he encounters — which we can all aspire to. (Neo in The Matrix also plays this Archetype).

The central story of Christianity is that a divine light exists within all of us, therefore redemption and the ability to attain Christ Consciousness is inherent in us all — regardless of class or status.

But first you must go into the darkest caves of your soul, and confront and slay the dragon. Then bring the treasure back to your community, returning as the triumphant hero.’

Perhaps, Jesus cursing the oldest tree in the world was symbolic of him slaying his dragon? Rather than inflicting his darkness on another human being, he directed it towards a tree.

I spent two years recovering from my ‘dark night of the soul’, and I can truly say it was my deepest, darkest experience ever. As a result, I was labelled a scam artist, and called all kinds of names by the same people I was trying to ‘enlighten’. But as a result, I became the Christed Female, and have now emerged to awaken more Christed Females, as the Feminine Energy continues to rise.

Jesus cursed the Fig Tree because it symbolized FEMININITY, and those who constructed the bible despise the Divine Feminine, which is represented by the Black Woman.

If you’re wondering what all this has to do with ‘Black His-story Month’, read Day 2 in this series ‘The Origins of Christianity‘.

Or read the next post in this series ‘Ancestral Trauma and Our Relationships‘.

In your service,

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

Spreading LOVE through Creativity!

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