The existence and omnipresence of an almighty loving God, (by what ever name you call Him and which ever religion you believe), is the one common thread all religions seem to agree on. He is the divine masculine deity that every faith is founded on and that every soul aspires to duplicate.
Father God is loved, honored, praised and prayed to by his human believers. He is redemption and salvation to all those who love him, for He is perfection and the way to the eternal Light of Love. Father God, or as I call Him through the Gnostic Christian faith, Om; has been a part of the human faith system since the beginning of mortal time. We are born with the instinct and the light of His existence embedded in our souls.
What few of us today don’t know is, Mother God, known to me as Azna, has been a big part of ancient faith systems as well, for thousands of years. The feminine aspect of the divine deity had been honored, loved and prayed too alongside the masculine in nearly every faith on earth until the organized Christians began to take over.
Even so, for some time in the beginning the early Christians did believe in the feminine principle of God as well. That is until the church later decided religion was a patriarchal institute and the matriarch was reduced from Mother God to Mother Mary, diminishing Her status from divine to saintly.
This happened in about 300 AD when it was determined that something had to be done about the conflicting views of the various new Christian sects developing at the time. This was the same time the New Testament was being comprised to make one Bible for one faith. It was then that any writings that elevated the female status was omitted or deleted from the texts creating a completely patriarchal religion. It was also then that women were no longer permitted to speak as ministers of God even though more women then men were spiritual teachers at the time.
Even the Bible admits that Mary Magdalene was the main disciple of Jesus whom He loved more than the others, yet not one word of her teachings or guidance received from Jesus was included as gospels in the Bible although we know her writings do exist. Why is that?
Believing in the feminine principle along side the masculine makes logical sense when you take into consideration that all things exist in duality, from every living thing on this earth and far beyond into the universes endless expanse including its creator, God. There has to be harmony in all life and there is a complimentary counterpart, masculine/feminine side for every single aspect of created life.
Father God, Om, is the intellectual side of the Creator. He is the masculine deity known as the Unmoved Mover, the Constant, the Unchanging Intellect, and He remains mostly stationary. It takes a great deal of effort for Him to move or manifest in form for any length of time because He is far too vast and powerful to be contained in a single form for long.
Mother God, Azna, is the emotional side of the Creator. She is the feminine deity and She is free to move about. Azna is extremely powerful and swift in movement. She has often manifested on earth, taking many different forms depending on who She was appearing before. She has been called Mother Mary among many other names and is the inspiration for Mother Nature.
It makes little difference what She is called, acknowledgment of Her existence is of vital importance to us all. Azna comes to us when She is needed or called upon to create miracles in aide of human souls for She is the caretaker of all life on earth. Being a Mover, She is the one who responds to our prayers and hears our cries.
Of course, Father God hears us a well but Mother God is the nurturer of human life who can and will interfere and intervene when called upon to do so. Being of emotionality, She has the compassion to tend to the needs of the soul whereas Father God, being of intellect, is the voice or reason and sensibility.
Many religions not only recognize, but readily accept the importance of both the masculine and feminine deities, and that combined, they create the God Head. Although I was raised Christian and studied for years the various differing Christian religions, the one thing that was always missing for me was a harmonious balance.
There was no balance or harmony between the masculine and feminine principles of religion. Rather the church was ruled with a great deal of intellect and very little emotion causing us to lose sight of the spiritual side of us that is fully charged with emotion and demands to be recognized as well.
I am a Christian, a Gnostic Christian, who not only loves and believes in the teachings of Jesus Christ, (whom by the way, taught of Mother God in His sermons), but in Father AND Mother God as well. Azna will not let you down. Speak to Her, call upon Her for help, aide or comfort, She will come. Test it for yourself, ask for a sign from Her, a flower, a coin, a bird, whatever, She will confirm Her constant presence in your life by granting your request within days.
Information on Mother God can be found everywhere if you decide to look for it. Everywhere that is, except for the traditional Christian faith we are taught today, who to this day deny Her divine and eternal existence and keep the reality of Her existence a secret.