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Marion Jenis replied to Medb St. Jerome's discussion New Moon Effects
"I just posted a short story about Anat, the Canaanite goddess, in Blogs here on Pagan Space. At the end of the story Anat emerges from the dark side of the moon during a solar eclipse to visit Jesus on the cross. A solar eclipse is a new moon during…"
6 hours ago
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The Fateful Meeting of the Son of God and the Queen of Heaven. (a short story)

I.A messenger quickly strode into the hall of the King of Ai in Canaan and approached the throne. “Great King” he said as he bowed. “What news of Jericho?” asked the king. “The city has fallen” the messenger said. The king turned to his commander and said, “Send a detachment of soldiers on the road to Jericho to gather the refugees and bring them into the city.” “Forgive me for speaking, O King” the messenger interrupted, “There are no refugees.” “What is this?” asked the king. The messenger…See More
6 hours ago
Marion Jenis posted a blog post

The Anger Myths of Aphrodite

There may be a tendency among neo-pagans to look upon the polytheistic past as a golden age. This tendency seems to be especially strong among those who wish to rediscover Aphrodite. If her title---goddess of love and beauty---is an indication of her real nature, her reemergence in the modern era should substantially increase our happiness. But I would like to caution the would-be devotee of the goddess of love that love is not known to bring happiness. Both the love of Aphrodite and her…See More
Sunday
Midrash commented on Marion Jenis's blog post Rethinking the Myth of Attis
"Maybe Cybele is lesbian... Joke :D"
Apr 13
Victoria Smith liked Marion Jenis's blog post Rethinking the Myth of Attis
Apr 12
Marion Jenis replied to Medb St. Jerome's discussion Cassandra Laws (and now for something completely different)
"The laws apply to the Oracle at Delphi, except that No. 3 describes the correct protocol for the person who visited the Oracle. Asking for an explanation was not allowed. "
Apr 11
Marion Jenis commented on Marion Jenis's blog post Rethinking the Myth of Attis
"It may be helpful to recall that almost all priests and priestesses in the classical civilizations was expected to be celibate in order to be completely dedicated to the deity. This is true of the priestesses of Vesta and Athena and even the better…"
Apr 10
Marion Jenis posted a blog post

Rethinking the Myth of Attis

The myth of Attis and his motherly companion Cybele reminds us---probably more than any other myth---of a case study by Sigmund Freud. It would seem to explore the kind of neurosis that especially interested Freud. Attis is a priest at the temple of Cybele and as such has taken a vow of celibacy. But as we might expect in a “Freudian” myth, he falls in love with a young woman in the city and decides to marry her. At this point Cybele seems to be very possessive. She appears to Attis at the…See More
Apr 10
Marion Jenis posted a blog post

A Study in Mediocrity

My childhood might be considered a study in mediocrity. That is not to say that it lacked magical or beautiful moments, just that it was very commonplace. Only the excellent excel; the majority are by definition only average. The generation that grew up early in the decade of the 50‘s must have been the first to live with television. The situation comedies and commercials that served as my mental diet were certainly a recipe for mediocrity. Specifically, I did not learn a second language in my…See More
Apr 7
Immortal Spiritual Being liked Marion Jenis's blog post Several of Maitreya's Lifetimes
Apr 6
Marion Jenis posted a blog post

Several of Maitreya's Lifetimes

Recently Maitreya, who had been a Bodhisattva, received an important initiation and became a Buddha. A Bodhisattva is an arhat or Buddhist saint who vows to postpone Nirvana in order to work for the enlightenment of all sentient beings. Accordingly we should not be surprised to learn that the Bodhisattva Maitreya incarnated on this earth many times in the past as a religious leader. Now as a Buddha he will return to his work in a slightly different way, as the World Teacher, but he will still…See More
Apr 5
Violetstar commented on Marion Jenis's blog post The Antichrist and the Number 666
"We should be cautious in arriving at conclusions based on various differences in these type of MSS.Take for example the Codex Alexandrinus which has some 17 NT passage differences from other MSS with at least 5 omitted altogether due to…"
Apr 5
Don Ray liked Marion Jenis's blog post An Unequal Distribution of Libido
Mar 30
Medb St. Jerome commented on Marion Jenis's blog post The Antichrist and the Number 666
"Before the last election there was a joke image going around with the Imperial Presidents that matched each president since Reagan to a Roman Emperor. Obama was matched to Claudius and the next President was to be Nero. One image had Hillary in…"
Mar 27
Shawn Blackwolf commented on Marion Jenis's blog post The Antichrist and the Number 666
"One last thing for now : 1225 is the total sum for the 7 x 7 magic square / kamea of Venus... The center square in that kamea , is the number 25 , which is 5 x 5 , which relates to the magic square / kamea of Mars , thus "Mars Born Of…"
Mar 26
Shawn Blackwolf commented on Marion Jenis's blog post The Antichrist and the Number 666
"I should also add this to my statement : The rune arrangement opposite of the 1318 sum rune arrangement , equals the sum 894 ; In gematria : Revelation = 34 Kamea = 70 Of = 150 Sun = 640 = 894"
Mar 26

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Relationship Status:
Single
Age
64
Astrological Sign
Taurus
About Me:
My avocation is writing---however, I have more than 120 essays in my blog, and I am about to publish. Then the avocation will have become a profession.
Website:
http://marionjenis.blogspot.com
Favorite Books
The Bollingen Series of the Works of Carl Jung.
Beliefs / Practices
Occultist, Spiritual but not Religious, Mystic, Shaman, Other Spirituality
Other Beliefs/Practices
Mahayana Buddhism
Hobbies
writing
Heroes
Maitreya and all Bodhisattvas
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from a relative

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The Fateful Meeting of the Son of God and the Queen of Heaven. (a short story)

Posted on April 20, 2018 at 10:51am 0 Comments

I.

A messenger quickly strode into the hall of the King of Ai in Canaan and approached the throne. “Great King” he said as he bowed. “What news of Jericho?” asked the king. “The city has fallen” the messenger said. The king turned to his commander and said, “Send a detachment of soldiers on the road to Jericho to gather the refugees and bring them into the city.” “Forgive me for speaking, O King” the messenger…

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The Anger Myths of Aphrodite

Posted on April 14, 2018 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

There may be a tendency among neo-pagans to look upon the polytheistic past as a golden age. This tendency seems to be especially strong among those who wish to rediscover Aphrodite. If her title---goddess of love and beauty---is an indication of her real nature, her reemergence in the modern era should substantially increase our happiness. But I would like to caution the would-be devotee of the goddess of love that love is not known to bring happiness. Both…

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Rethinking the Myth of Attis

Posted on April 10, 2018 at 7:30pm 3 Comments

The myth of Attis and his motherly companion Cybele reminds us---probably more than any other myth---of a case study by Sigmund Freud. It would seem to explore the kind of neurosis that especially interested Freud. Attis is a priest at the temple of Cybele and as such has taken a vow of celibacy. But as we might expect in a “Freudian” myth, he falls in love with a young woman in the city and decides to marry her. At this point Cybele seems to be very…

Continue

A Study in Mediocrity

Posted on April 7, 2018 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

My childhood might be considered a study in mediocrity. That is not to say that it lacked magical or beautiful moments, just that it was very commonplace. Only the excellent excel; the majority are by definition only average. The generation that grew up early in the decade of the 50‘s must have been the first to live with television. The situation comedies and commercials that served as my mental diet were certainly a recipe for mediocrity. Specifically, I did…

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