November 27, 2015 in Uncategorized
Nudity today is condemned primarily because of the false teachings of first the church of rome (the one founded by peter and paul).
A close reading of the genisis story of the garden reveals that yahweh was not angry at adam and eve for eating the apple. He was angry because by eating the apple they gained the knowledge that they were naked. When they gained that knowledge the became ashamed and covered their nakedness.
Conclusion: Yahweh was pleased to watch their nude activities, including sex as it is during this period that eve gave birth. Perhaps the world is so fed up today because humanity is still hiding their nakedness from Yahweh?
Perhaps Yawhew is even kinkier than the most dedicated BDSMer?
It has only been in recent years that a woman was restricted to being over 18 in some cases 21 to marry. The most modern example of course is Loretta Lynn who married when she was 15. That marraige although bumpy lasted 50+ years.
In ancient judism the girl could and often would marry soon after her bat mitzvah (hope i got the spelling right)at an age of 12-14. The same for the boy. Which means that by the time of the temple incident (the bible states Jesus was in his 12th year)Jesus would have been between 25 and 28 years old and been married with a child that was considered an adult .
My point is all the taboos that we suffer under today are the result of a religion that was founded by 2 men that had issues with women. My personal thought is they were so ugly they couldnt get a hooker in a whore house.
September 20, 2014 in Uncategorized
from the dawn of time the human form has represented to the people the wonderous accomplishment of the creator. No matter
the era each was different and unique. Then to make the wonderful even more magnificent each has its own inner parts that
make it a truely wonder to be hold. so much so that the so called 7 wonders of the world pale in comparison.And then to top that the creator grant to the female of all species a gift that only they share.
You are probably wondering where im going with this or if there is a destination. Yes there is.
I read this article this morning http://www.npr.org/blogs/13.7/2014/09/18/349474044/looking-beyond-notions-of-erotica-in-prehistoric-art
and it made me realize something. We the people of the world have become so conditioned and jaded by society , the marvels of science and medicine and iahve to include religion as well, that we forget the true wonders
from which we all of us have sprung.
a good few of the figurines found have been female and well endowed. to the scientests and professionals this is pornographic and must relate specifically to sex.the ancient verison of a blowup doll i guess.
Not one even those that hold that the carvings were not ancient porn have grasped the one simple truth that they simply pay homage to the greatest wonder known to any species. the wonder of birth.
Gentlemen , any of you that have children and have watched the birth process from conception to delivery. Is there a one of you that can deny the wonder and awe you experienced watching the strength and glow of the woman involved? is there a one that didnt watch in awe as your child grew with in her ? The changes in her body that she happily (well usually) went thru
all for the wonder of giving birth?
Are not our Women worthy then of our worship and homage?
It was not until the mid 50s that our perception of what a beautiful woman changed. With the advent of the barbie and playboy it changed to the cloths horse image. before that it was full figured with good child bearing hip.
Just because a person has several pretty sheets of paper on their wall does not mean they know what they are talking about.
September 9, 2014 in Uncategorized
Hello. I have a question.
at what point do you think Naturism, Sensualism,Sexualism(as in heiros gamos) M/s, and ancient cultures views on those subjects cross or meet or come together. Maybe overlap would be more accurate.
The ancient cultures i am most familiar with are Ancient Egyptian Beliefs, First Temple , and the non-orthodox beliefs of the era of
325 ad to present.