Sexuality (Part III)
Sex: the pathway to the spirit – body and spirit bound by passions – Dangers of promiscuity
– Introducing the five means of sexual intercourse: Play, Communion, Health and Healing,
Procreation, Theugenics – Benefits of sexual play and communion – The hidden powers
of the woman – Freedom from false teachings
1 Come now, my children, and I will make known in you the mystery which would bind
together both body and spirit; for the sexual passions of the flesh are the door
and pathway to the spirit within; revealing always the hidden nature of your own
soul unto God, whether it be good or bad;
2 For it was determined from the beginning that the man and the woman should be
born into the mortal life, even as sexual beings together; and if it so be that you
should make full exercise of the powers therein, then shall your life be made rich
in joy and deep perception; revealing through the workings of the flesh, the depth
of the spirit within.
3 Yet, notwithstanding these things, still would I exhort most earnestly, that you
act wisely and not amiss regarding such joys and freedoms as I would place into your
keeping alone; that you might not make low and common such sexual passions as are
come from God, being born in you already.
4 But that you should know with certainty that by such wisdom as you might use regarding
these things, might you save your soul from hurt and sorrow;
5 For the foolish are afflicted always in both mind and spirit, because they know
not that the body and spirit are bound together through such passions as do move
most constantly within them.
6 Therefore, my children, take great care that you take not to your bed, the stranger
whom you do not know, for the sake of some passion only, for promiscuity does make
weary the affections of the heart; causing all that is good and beautiful within
to appear as dull and common without.
7 But if you would love the one you know most deeply, to open wide both body and
soul together, then shall such passions and joys as would pass between you make rich
and filled with wonder the longings and desires within; for in the giving and loving
of each the other is there no sin found, but goodness only;
8 Giving equally unto the man and the woman together, a treasury of feelings and
understanding which do make joyful the lives of both; securing in each a gentle regard
filled with love and wisdom whereby they might guard, most eagerly, such holy affections
as do pass between them.
9 Being ever hopeful that by their union might both be blessed and made complete,
being to each the other, the truest of friends and lovers whereby they might bear
together the burdens of this life; being made most secure in the midst of all their
kisses and gentle sighing.
10 For in the use of all your higher passions did the Father and Mother ordain from
above, the five means of sexual intercourse between the man and the woman;
11 That both the man and the woman might be equally satisfied and renewed continually
in both body and spirit, whereby they might endure with joy and sweetness, the hardships
of this world; being made secure in mind and soul by such knowledge as I would give
into your keeping, concerning those sexual passions which do always exist between
the sons and daughters of God.
12 Come then, that I may instruct you wisely regarding the five means of sexual
intercourse, which even God has ordained for your use; which means are: play, communion,
health and healing, procreation, and theugenics.
13 Be you therefore ever mindful that in wisdom and understanding would I give these
things unto you, whereby you might choose for yourselves the way in which you should
go regarding these things; that you may be no more as children regarding those passions
which do flow from the midst of you;
14 But rather that you may stand forth boldly, being unafraid, having your minds
and souls girded and strengthened round about by a deep and gentle wisdom concerning
the sexual nature of all your being.
15 Come then, and I will make known the first means for which the man and the woman
might join themselves together in playful devotion; filling the minds of both with
a deep knowledge of each the other.
16 Now when a man and a woman are in their youth and filled with vigor, having awakened
within themselves the sexual passions of the body, then is it good and needful that
they should seek to play with one another sexually;
17 Exploring and seeking out with gentle play, the mysteries of both the body and
soul together; disclosing through some tender mirth the things which do compel and
motivate the passions of the body deep within.
18 For this I would have you know most surely, that there is a spirit deep in the
midst of you; being in every hand and foot and eye; moving and unmoved, pushing here
and touching there; seeking by most subtle means to reveal itself without.
19 For you are not the body which is seen, but rather the spirit which is unseen
within you; for the flesh of the body is made the veil which covers the spirit of
your truer self, which spirit does stir and move most constantly within you;
20 Seeking through the passions of your flesh to reveal itself again and again;
being ever hopeful that you might be awakened to that light which burns most brightly
21 For the spirit which breathes most subtly within has had elsewhere its beginning;
having come from above, it does seek to touch again the light that comes from afar.
22 And unto every man and every woman wherein the spirit is made to abide, even
it does seek some fair embrace through the passions of your flesh; hoping that in
the joining together of the man and the woman, might the spirit within find some
commingling of the light which comes from God.
23 Causing that there should cleave through the flesh the spirits of both the man
and the woman; being entwined through gentle words and tender kisses the only true
self within; fusing in most fiery passions the spirits of both the man and the woman.
24 For it is the spirit within that would dress the passions of the body with such
gifts of wisdom as would add meaning and purpose to the whole of all your life;
25 Edifying through the rhythms of the flesh the spirit and body combined; aligning
both the man and the woman in the folds of harmony and love; filling the whole of
all your being with indescribable joy and light.
26 Take care therefore, that you think not to satisfy the passions of the body only,
to make as nothing the spirit within; neither look with disregard upon the needs
and feelings of that one with whom you would have intercourse.
27 For if you should do these things, then shall the passions of the body find just
little release; being devoid of that spirit which would make rich the union of both
man and woman; causing that you should become no better than the beasts of the field.
28 Hear then and be wise, for if the woman shall give consent, then let the man
and the woman play most fully and joyfully together; knowing full well that only
therein might both learn for themselves the joys and pleasures of all their sex,
building in each the other a kind regard and deep affection;
29 Learning through most joyful frolic the hidden mysteries of both the man and
the woman; being in their bodies joined and commingled midst all manner of soft embraces
and gentle laughter.
30 For even God did ordain that both the man and the woman should come forth into
life as sexual beings, having in themselves both powers and passions by which they
would make each other to come alive.
31 Beware therefore those who would preach that celibacy is of God; for such as
these would make weary and filled with bondage the whole of all your life; filling
you once again with all manner of guilt and shame; causing that there should be a
separation and distress between the man and the woman altogether.
32 Let this therefore, be the means by which the man and the woman should play together
most deeply and joyfully; having removed from their minds the darkness of the Demiurge,
even that Jehovah-Yahweh which is made to fear most violently, the coming together
of the man and the woman.
33 Thus by sexual play do the man and the woman declare most lovingly, their freedom
from the Demiurge; proclaiming all the while their rightful heritage; being the children
of God and not fearful any longer; finding in both body and spirit that full expression
which would make complete the whole of all your life.
34 Therefore, as oft as you have desires, let the man and the woman play most joyfully
in the fields of their passion; giving and receiving from one another a bounty of
harvest which would enrich the soul, making all complete both body and spirit.
35 Thus would I have you believe most surely, nothing doubting, that by means of
sexual play has God ordained that certain pathway, whereby the man and the woman
might learn for themselves, the joys and passions of each the other.
36 Therefore, be wise and withhold such judgments as others would seek to place
upon you; seeking thereby to retard and restrict with envious zeal the sexual expressions
of both the man and the woman.
37 For they themselves are not free of that Demiurge which haunts them still, neither
would they that you should be free either; but be like unto themselves, filled with
dread and deep foreboding.
38 But guard with wisdom such liberties as I would place into your keeping, lest
you be wearied through endless debates and constant rebuking from those who know
not God; having substituted within themselves a religious fervor filled with emptiness
39 Guard you therefore the things of God with all diligence and care; that you may
prove yourself worthy to receive still the greater portion;
40 And give not that which is holy unto dogs which would turn again to their own
vomit; neither cast your pearls before swine, lest they turn hard upon you and tear
you to pieces.
41 Come now, my children, and I shall make known to you that second means of sexual
intercourse which God has ordained for your use; even the means of sexual communion
wherein the spirits of both the man and the woman are made to commune through the
passions of their flesh;
42 Lifting upward unto God the souls of both, causing to flow into each the other
a knowledge of heavenly things regarding the eternal nature of both male and female;
43 Causing to rest within themselves that hidden power which would shape and mold
together the passions of both body and spirit, whereby they might become as one before
44 For the sexual communion of both body and spirit are become that gentle persuasion
from deep within, which would blend together the opposites of our nature; to make
as one the mortal and immortal, the common and divine, the male and female together;
being dressed round about in harmony and equality forever.
45 For in this life are both the man and the woman made to suffer, for the man is
compelled by the hardness of his life to seek dominance and control always, being
driven by expectations of every kind; being pushed and prodded by all manner of powers,
dominions and principalities which would seek to rule over him most constantly.
46 And though this be true of the man, yet is the woman most equally bound, being
often made the servant to the man; being compelled by the hardness of their life
to yield most constantly to the whims and dictates of such men as would seek to rule
47 Yet has God placed in the woman a power greater than the man, even a power which
would wear away the hardness of the man altogether; to leave him as pliable and susceptible
to the gentle influence of that woman who would love him with all manner of goodness
48 Being made most considerate of the ways of men, knowing most deeply the nature
of all his being, whereby she might aid him in achieving that higher vision which
would cause the man and the woman to stand together as equals before God and man;
49 Being bound most strongly together by such harmony and passions as do spring
most constantly within; being made as one through the sexual expressions of both
the body and the spirit;
50 Finding in each the other that joyful release of all their burdens, being made
fulfilled and complete through the rhythms and sighings of all their love together;
51 Being edified and lifted up together in the midst of all their ecstasy; being
enraptured and transported to that higher plane which would exalt the heart and soul
of both the man and the woman in joy forever.
52 For the woman is like the waters which move forever to some greater sea; and
though the man in his outward appearance be hard as the stones of the earth; yet
are they, little by little, worn away by the constant moving of gentle waters.
53 For consider how the mountains of stone, though they be great and mighty in themselves,
yet are even these worn all away by that which is softer still; for if there should
fall the gentle rain, or blow the softest of breezes, even then shall the mountain
wear itself away with the passing of time, having exhausted even all its resistance
54 Consider then that hidden power by which the woman is fully fashioned; for even
though she prove small and frail in the tabernacle of her form, yet by her beauty
and grace does she humble the mighty or exalt on high the lowest of men if it so
be that they should love her.
55 For women are as the wind which comes from above, causing all things to move
before them, and though men prove stout and mighty as the greatest of trees, yet
are they most deeply stirred when there should breathe upon them the softest of winds.
56 Thus in sexual communion would the woman move most subtly upon the soul of the
man, changing through her gentle rhythms, the hardness of the man altogether; to
make him as still and peaceful within.
57 Therefore, as oft as you have desires, let the man and the woman come together
in all manner of gentle embraces; for in such sexual communion do both make benefit
the blessings of God; being dressed in joy and love forever and ever.
58 For this I would have you know most surely, that in the constant abundance of
sexual intercourse are both the man and the woman made equally benefited; for the
man, in communion with that woman whom he loves, is made most gentle and tender because
59 While the woman, having received from the man the fullness of all his passions,
even she does find within herself that very strength and power which would prove
her the equal to the man; even until both shall receive together the very fullness
of God in the kingdom of his glory.
60 Let the man and the woman commingle together as oft as they desire, both in sexual
play and communion; building in each the other that inward trust and confidence which
would make most complete the whole of their lives.
61 Thus would I give unto you these words of wisdom regarding the sexual passions
of both the man and the woman; trusting that by such counsel you might be altogether
benefited while in this life, having been set free of such guilt and shame as once
bound you most strongly.
62 For you were once made deeply fearful, being constrained and apprehensive because
of such commandments as the teachers and preachers of religion would impose upon
you regarding such sexual desires and appetites as do move most constantly within;
63 And knowing that you had no means to make quiet the passions of the flesh; then
were you made always guilty of some inward sin, thinking yourself perverted and corrupt
because of it; being chased to and fro by a constant and unrelenting guilt; being
made most shameful because of those passions which even God did cause to stir within
64 Thus would I give by counsel and not constraint the words of this book; trusting
always that even the very life you live shall teach you the wisdom in which you should
go regarding them.
65 For you are not children to be compelled, but rather, you are the sons and daughters
of God full grown, in bodies of flesh and bone.
66 Stand you forth therefore, most boldly, in such light as I would give, being
made most noble and worthy; being made no longer fearful of such passions as do move
within and without the whole of you. For you are the very children of God, being
blessed and enriched because of it.