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Subject: Pre-Christian Mysticism
Genre: Essay/Commentary
Author: Hudson
Latest Edit: 10 March 2018

Pre-Christian Transcendental Breast Feeding

In our limited knowledge of pre-Christian religions, over 3000 years of theological ideology has been derived from a modicum of fragmented artifacts and long-dead languages. And much of what has survived the ravages of time, has been farther degraded into folklore and myth by a dogmatic archaeological science. No matter how diligent the archaeologian, no transcription of history can fully illustrate the limitless nuances of human spiritual cognition. What the archeologist may see in an artifact today, may not be what the originator of the relic meant.

Even when an artifact is found intact, there is no assurance the accompanying text is accurate: throughout history, religious doctrine was often altered to satisfy the prevailing political precept. Particularly in early Egypt, which God, (or Gods), to be worshiped by the masses was more often selected by the regnant Pharaoh, than by the ecclesiastics of the period. When decoding the artifacts and literature left to us by our ancestors, one has to differentiate relevant spiritual apperception from what may be unrelated political dogma.

Religious beliefs do not start and stop, rather they evolve from one to the other. This is notably true of paganism and Christianity: both religions stemmed from the immaculate conception of a child. In the case of Christianity, Mary conceived Jesus through Immaculate Conception by God, and in the case of paganism, Isis conceived Horus by Osiris, God of the afterlife. (By the time Isis conceived Horus, Osiris had suffered corporeal death, and transfigured into the asomatous God of the Underworld.)

While Christianity is considered a monotheistic religion, (one God), and paganism is more often considered polytheistic religion, (multiple Gods), one might consider Christianity also apotheosizes Saints who have the omnipotent power to heal and protect. When contemplating religious mysticism, (considering Saints have God-like powers), can we really say Christianity is a true monotheistic ideology? In the study of Ontologism, (and other sciences related to ontology and mysticism), one should not accept without question that Egyptian paganism and Christianity are separate religions, but a theological evolution of one to the other.

When trying to understand religious mysticism, one should put aside any political or social precepts of what religion should or should not be, and study art, artifact and literature as it exists, not as Church or science wants it to exist. The reality is, in early Christianity, Egyptian paganism and Greek mythology, virginal milk was considered sacrosanct and integral to communicating with God. While the presence of breast milk in early Christian visions appears to have been more symbolic than literal when communicating with God, in early paganism, adult breast feeding appears to have been a literal part of communicating directly with God.

Since the corporeal death of Jesus, God has not appeared to, nor communicated directly with any living human being on earth, (With the exception of those in the process corporeal death. As the soul separates from the physical, it is possible to experience both corporeal and asomatous consciousness simultaneously), and being so, to communicate directly with God, the mystic, while maintaining both corporeal and asomatous consciousness, must enter into the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of existence. In other words, since God will not come to man, man must go to God.

Considering there is no record of God speaking directly to any living human being since the corporeal death of Jesus, most often when a person perceives they are speaking directly to God, (even when receiving a visual or verbal answer to their prayer), they are connecting with God through an intercessor such as the Virgin Mother or another Saint of Eminence. To communicate directly with God, (without suffering unrecoverable corporeal death), it is requisite the male and female soul be metaphysically coalesced as One asomatous consciousness.

While the mystic unaccompanied may see, (through vision), into the incorporeal realm where God exists, to enter into that realm unrestrained, the mystic must be metaphysically coalesced with his female spiritual counterpart. (Soul-Mate.) One of the ways of creating this unique spiritual coalescence of souls is through the deep emotional bond that can occur during the moments of adult breast feeding. In the study of ancient art, artifact and literature, it appears the Egyptian pagan, (and perhaps the Greek pagan also), knew this secret.

It is not the milk that enables the mystic to enter into the realm that lies beyond our physical plane of existence, but the metaphysically coalesced consciousness of Soul-Mates. It is this empyreal state of consciousness that allows spiritual equals to metaphysically coalesce into a single asomatous state of being, and as One, communicate directly with God unimpaired. For the Egyptian mystic, the sculpted temple reliefs depicting Isis being suckled by a living Pharaoh isn't about adult breast feeding, rather these artifacts depict a ritual for communicating directly with God.

To have what you wish in this life, all you have to do is ask, but first, God has to hear. God does not listen to everyone, only those who know how to speak to him.

Essay/Commentary by Hudson