The Mysticism of Mary: The Ancient Feminine Force of the Catholic Faith, Part I

Throughout the Catholic Church’s history Mary has been a point of contention where some have said the woman who bore the mortal manifestation of Christ is inconsequential and still others have equivocated devotion towards the Blessed Mother to the worshipping of a pagan goddess.

The Blessed Mother may have begun life as a mortal being but her role in the Catholic Faith is to embody and sustain that mystical force known as the ancient feminine. This in turn elevates Mary’s status well beyond being merely a mortal woman who gave birth to the Messiah. As the force of the ancient feminine Mary serves as Catholicism’s fiercest defender of faith by being its most powerful form of protection against the forces of darkness and evil and Our Lady sustains the importance Catholicism still holds for humanity as the 21st century unfolds by her institution of the power of prayer.

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The Saint Who Walked Among Us – The Canonization of Mother Teresa

On September 4th, 2016 a woman was elevated to the highest level of Christian spiritual evolution by virtue of the Catholic Church proclaiming her a saint. A nun who entered this world on August the 26th and who left this plane of existence 87 years later on September the 5th.

With all of the key dates listed above taking place during the time period attributed to the sign of Virgo.

In nearly every way, the exemplary life of the nun known as Mother Teresa embodies the most evolved energies of the karmic sign she was born, died, and canonized under.

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