[Error Correction: I made an error in my last post about whales. The pineal gland in whales is smaller in those that live at or close to the equator and larger in those that live at or farther from the warm climate of the equator and nearer the two poles where the climate is colder and more challenging. I had it backwards, and I’ve made the correction in the post itself. Sorry about that. Actually, this is so with all animals. The reason for this has less to do with navigation and more to do with adaptation to climate. The pineal gland seems to adjust the physiology of organisms to their environment. “The timing of physiological events is very critical to the health and propagation of a species,” explains Dr. Jacob Liberman in Light: Medicine of the Future.] ______________________________________________________________
THE PITUITARY GLAND
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Underneath the brain is a saddle-shaped depression in the sphenoid bone called the Sella Tursica. The sphenoid is a large bone appearing in shape like a bat in flight forming the base of the skull and connecting all the bones of the cranium together. Here the Pituitary gland (hypophysis) rests protected in her bony saddle, much as a queen upon her throne exercising loving but firm dominion over her kingdom. In size and shape similar to that of a green pea, the Pituitary’s domain is the entire endocrine system and the overall production of hormones throughout the body. It accomplishes all of this with the coordinating assistance of the Hypothalamus. For this reason it has earned the distinguished title of the “Master Gland.”
The Pituitary encompasses both masculine and the feminine functions. Comprised of two lobes, anterior and posterior, this gland is suspended by a stalk attached to the Hypothalamus at the base of the brain, from which it receives decision-making commands regarding its own hormonal secretions. These commands are based on information about what’s going on in the body temple as well as in the surrounding circumstances. That information is received through the eyes by way of light, as well as through the other physical, mental and emotional senses.
The anterior lobe of the Pituitary (adenohypophysis) secretes most of the Pituitary hormones which stimulate growth, egg and sperm development, milk secretion, as well as determining the hormonal secretions of the thyroid, adrenal and gonadal glands and affects the growth of long bones, muscles and internal organs, all functions of the achieving masculine.
The posterior lobe (neurohypophysis) stores and releases hormones from the hypothalamus that control Pituitary function, uterine contraction and milk release and blood pressure. It is concerned more with the mammary glands, stimulating the production of milk through the hormone prolactin, for example, and the kidneys by regulating the secretion of urine and body fluid levels in general, all functions of the nurturing feminine.
There are many functions in the body temple which this tiny but pivotal gland services. One of its most important ones is the production of growth hormones that regulate the cellular absorption of nutrients to control their development. . . . From Sacred Anatomy.
SPIRIT OF THE WOMB
Here’s the second verse of my poem, The Seven Spirits of Love:
I am the Spirit of the Womb
I provide containment and wisdom for the Spirit of Love
I am open to the Father to receive,
conceive, nurture and give birth to the seeds of Love
I mother the life of my world.
The gift of the Spirit of the Womb is wisdom—the sense of what is fitting and what is not—and the Pituitary Gland really is the womb for the birth of life in the body temple, a role played by the Earth in our Solar Entity. “Mother Earth” she is called. Life in the body temple is constantly being seeded, conceived, nurtured and born in and through the Pituitary gland. Its hormonal secretions carry that vital energy throughout the body temple.
One of the functions of the womb is to provide containment for the developing embryo so the spirit of love can work its magic through firm but gentle patterns of design and control building the body temple that will house a creator being, an angel, during his or her earthly journey. Man was created and placed on planet Earth to provide the means by which the divine design and governance of love could be extended to the material world and all of the life forms in the realm of creation. That’s what mothering is all about and Man’s role with Mother Earth is that of motherhood.
Now, we tend to attribute, and even limit, the role of motherhood to women, but men also play that role when it comes to conceiving, nurturing and birthing life and living forms in the “Garden of Eden.” Now, I know the Bible says that the man and the woman were driven from Eden because they “ate of the forbidden fruit.” An entertaining story, but who knows what really happened back then? Even Moses, who is believed to have written the Book of Genesis, wasn’t there. Or was he? Were we? What Genesis does say clearly is that Man is both male and female. “So God created Man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created He them.” (Genesis 1:27, emphasis mine). I take that as indicating the word “man” is not only masculine but feminine as well. And he was created on the sixth day according to the Creation story in Genesis. It’s no coincidence that the Pituitary gland is the sixth gland of the endocrine system counting from the bottom up.
Here, indeed, is where divine Man was created and placed by the LORD God on the sixth day of creation. Not the mortal man we know today but divine Man, a state of Immortal Being which we have long forgotten but are beginning to re-member, not only in theory but in actual experience.
“The first divine man . . . was created on the sixth day; that is, on the sixth plane of world being, where union takes place and the change from negative to positive is consummated. Divine man was to have dominion over all the earth, and everything on the earth.” (Uranda, The Triune Ray) __Excerpted from Sacred Anatomy
(Note: I will capitalize the “M” in Man to signify the singular and united duality. When I speak of a man and a woman I am signaling them out according to sexual orientation and their roles.)
Man, male and female, provides the womb for the incarnation, birth, and dwelling of God on Earth. Now, that’s an awesome role for Man to play. It could be said that the tabernacle of God is with Man. This is so in a physical sense, but also in a spiritual sense.
In the physical realm, the womb for the conception and birth of Man into the world is with the female body. Woman bears the singular responsibility for providing a womb for the creation of the human form, and into that embryonic form a God Being incarnates. This is a privileged role for the women to play, not to mention an awesome experience, one that I as a man can only imagine. Men, of course, play an important role in this process, and not merely in a biological and genetic sense. After all, men, traditionally, provide for the care and protection of women. Now, I know that this model is fast becoming archaic in the modern world, but it’s not entirely obsolete, especially in the traditional family model where the man protects his woman from harm and provides for her care and well being, a role he has historically misconstrued as possessive ownership. We see this in the animal kingdom as well, which accurately mirrors the attitudes and behaviors of the crowning creation—(that sap we call “homo sapiens.” :-()
In this sense it could be said that the tabernacle of God is with men. In other words, women are with men. This is how it was in the beginning when God created Eve out of a rib taken from Adam’s side. “And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.” (Gen. 2:22) Now, there’s an interesting metaphor for speculation, which I won’t attempt to fully venture into now. If suffices to say that the feminine aspect of Man came out of the side of Adam, whatever Moses implied by this description of the creation of Eve. As a metaphor, we can see this pointing to Man’s heart and feeling realm, which is located in his rib cage and on his left side, thought of as where our feminine energies originate and reside.
In the spiritual realm, the tabernacle of God could be said to be a vibrational vesica, a womb and birthing portal occasioned by the overlapping masculine and feminine energy fields—or the marriage between human and divine consciousness, between Man and God— creating a unified field for the purpose of bringing forth life forms out of consciousness (heaven) and into the earth. In other words, men and women—or Man and Creator—together as partners in accord providing with their love a heavenly womb-like atmosphere for the presence and creativity of God on Earth. In Biblical terms, a “Garden planted eastward in Eden.”
“Eastward” indicates the future. Our tomorrows come out of the East, and man was placed in Eden to tend this garden planted Eastward in Eden. Well, that’s what we’re supposed to be about, and, when you stop to think about it, it is exactly what we have been about since our “Fall from Grace.” We’ve been tending the garden alright, only we haven’t been keeping it very heavenly. Man has separated his consciousness (the garden of Eden) from divine consciousness (God’s Heaven) and planted weed seeds of greed and deception in his garden—and both sexes have participated in this sowing. Instead of an Edenic state, we have rather created a hell on Earth. And if we examine the culture that is maintaining this hell, it is seeded, fermented and brewed by men and women working at odds with one another in a competitive endeavor to shape a future that will please, and at least equally benefit, their own isolated, and insulated, male and female egos.
The human ego needs to bow out and let Man return to re-create Eden on Earth. It’s past time. A new world, a “Golden Age,” awaits Man’s return to let it be born, and it will require men and women working in partnership with one another to make this happen. It will require letting go of our defensive insulation and allowing ourselves to open up to one another in a vulnerable state of honesty and love for one another as equals in the eyes of God, for we are loved equally and unconditionally by our Creator.
Can you imagine what life on Earth would be like if men and women started getting along with one another, stopped competing with one another for equal power and control, and simply loved one another and enjoyed the privileged role we play as the Mother of God on Earth? What ecstatic fun we could be having working, dancing and singing in the Garden of the New Heaven and the New Earth . . . with the LORD God walking with us and we with him.
I don’t envision a return to the traditional distorted patriarchal model. Only to traditional values of respect, honor, collaboration and worship on Life as the Creator of all living things on Earth. When men and women return to a shared love affair with Life, Eden will come back into view. It never really went away. It simply vanished from view when Man started looking down and worshiping his creation rather than his Creator. Man simply needs to repent—literally turn around—and see that Eden, the Kingdom of Heaven, is right at hand. He needs to remember his Creator “… in the days of thy youth … while the evil days come not, and thou shall say ‘I have no pleasure in them.'” (Eccl. 12:1) It seems the “evil days” are already upon us and we are finding no pleasure in them whatsoever.
The word “evil” can also be spelled and mean “evol.” We are in crucial days of radical change, evolving to the next level of advanced creation for our species, and for all life forms on Earth. Let us re-member who we are—Man, male and female, made in the image and after the likeness of our Creator—so that we can fully embody the Spirit of the Womb and create a Home for God on Earth.
We will continue our meditation on Seven Spirits for Seven Glands next post. Until then,
Be love. Be loved.
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Credit: Art work on Pituitary graphic by David Stefaniak
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