Zia Nuray (zianuray) wrote,
Zia Nuray

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Not sure if I got this from someone else or figured it out myself

and Google isn't showing anything with they keywords i used, so...here goes:

Logic and Religion and History

In the Old Testament in the KJV), the Spirit of God is mentioned.  I am told that the Hebrew word is the Shekinah, the Bride of the (male) God, the Female Principle of God, a/the Goddess. The Hebrew Goddess, Raphael Patai is one reference, also I noticed this in some of Grandma's old "Biblical Archaeology" magazines as a teenagaer, and heard it from a Baptist/Protestant pastor or two at various times.

In the New Testament, Luke 1:35, "And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee"

The concept called in the OT the Shekinah, feminine, is the same as the concept in the NT, the Holy Ghost.

So...Mary got pregnant by girl-on-girl action.

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