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V-Day: Victory over Violence -by Sady Sullivan>
"Reproductive justice includes social justice, including the stopping of violence against women and girls."
From Chillicothe, OH, to Pendleton, OR, on February 14, nearly 1,200 communities in the United States participate in V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women and girls. The "V" stands for valentine, victory, and vagina.


Vagina Day
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V-Day: A Global Movement to End Violence Against Women

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Devi, India's love goddess, and her Yoni (Vagina) was... worshiped!

The word God comes from the ancient Indo-Europeon languages and originally it meant vagina. So God was originally a female deity and only became a male later on. (The word "man" was also feminine in ancient Indo-European languages, and only came used for the male sex later on.) Even in North Indian today "Khod," (God) means Vulva; Female Organ of Regeneration, Creation and Eternal Beginning.

So the secret name of God would be The Great Mother or Great Architect as the Freemasons call her, in coded form.

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Sacred Prostitutes
"Cultic prostitution is a practice involving the female and at times the male devotees of fertility deities, who presumably dedicated their earnings to their deity." The "Sacred Marriage" rite was one of "the motives of the practice, particularly in Mesopotamia," where the king had intercourse with "a temple prostitute" (Yamauchi 1973:213).

Indeed, it is likely that most Mesopotamian priestesses, with one possible exception, were expected to be pure and chaste.

Enthroned lady, probably a high priestess, found in the Ishtar temple at Mari in northern Mesopotamia. Alabaster statue. Dated c.2600-2400 BCE. S. Beaulieu, after Shepsut 1993:33, Fig. 6.

The one exception might have been the entu, whom the Sumerians called Nin.Dingir "Lady Deity" or "Lady Who Is Goddess" (Henshaw 1994:47; Frayne 1985:14). If the "Sacred Marriage Rite" ever involved human participants, this priestess might, as "Inanna," have had ritual intercourse with the king. However, the entu had very high status (Henshaw 1994:46) and, according to Mesopotamian law codes, had to adhere to "strict ethical standards" (Hooks 1985:13).

recent scholars are fast setting the record straight. Even if ancient priestesses were involved in ritual sex, even if they received offerings for their temples, they were not prostitutes but devotees worshipping their deity.

Religious Prostitution
It was revered highly among Sumerians and Babylonians. In ancient sources (Herodotus, Thucydides) there are many traces of hieros gamos (holy wedding), starting perhaps with Babylon, where each woman had to reach, once a year, the sanctuary of Militta (Aphrodite or Nana/Anahita), and there have sex with a foreigner, as a sign of hospitality, for a symbolic price.

The history of the Temple of Ishtar
A fundamental difference in the concept of worship is important to note: In the Temples of the old ways people would go to the temple TO BE WORSHIPED not to worship. Women would go to the temple to serve the Goddess to embody Her, to represent Her, to be worshipped as Her. Women would spend a day, or a week, or a year serving at the Temple as a priestess, as a sacred Prostitute, as a whore in service to the Goddess. There they would be worshipped as the incarnation of the Goddess, as The Goddess Herself.

Men would come to Her Temple TO BE WORSHIPED. Men would be welcomed and served by the Priestesses and men would represent the divine male principal, the Horned One, the Sacred Bull, The God. Men would come to the temple to give their love and passion to The Goddess, and would receive the passion, love, and affection of The Goddess.

In his book The Secret of Crete, H.G. Wunderlich reports that before marriage, every woman in Babylon was required to go to the temple of Ishtar and lie with a stranger. We have a similar report from Gerhard Herm in his book, The Phoenicians (1) , where women in the Canaanite cities of Tyre, Sidon and Byblos were required to become prostitutes for a day and give themselves to foreign guests during the spring festival. This festival survives today in the name of "Easter", which is derived from the word "Ishtar". Note that the women were to prostitute themselves with strangers or foreigners. In ancient times, the foreigners in these cities were mostly composed of traveling merchants and political dignitaries.

May Day (First of May) Maypole is a Vagina Worship Celebration of the Mother Earth Goddess

"You may not be aware of the ritualized preparation of the maypole. Properly done, a hole is dug in the earth, then blessed and consecrated. This represents the sacred vagina of the Goddess. Meanwhile, a tree is selected, cut down, and prepared, then also blessed and consecrated, and it represents the sacred phallus of the God.
Finally, before the dance of life can begin, in a ritual action, the maypole is thrust into the sacred hole, thus symbolizing the sexual union of the Goddess and God."
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Every Woman's Vagina is Sacred

"The sight of a woman deliberately exposing her naked vulva is deemed to be capable of preventing evil from occurring."

This Polynesian culture credits female genitalia with supernatural influences.

And these vaginal forces, Marquesans say, are strong enough to frighten gods or to drive out evil possessing spirits."

The Story OF V. by Dr Catherine Blackledge

Every Woman's Vagina is Sacred

The evidence is compelling that for many thousands of years much longer than the thirty to fifty centuries we call recorded history this was the case. In traditions that go back to the dawn of civilization, the female vulva was revered as the magical portal of life, possessed of the power of both physical regeneration and spiritual illumination and transformation.

Dating back more than eight thousand years, some of these sculptures have engravings of the face of the Goddess with V-shaped decorations pointing to the sacred vagina. Similarly, a group of Goddess figures from Moldavia in northeastern Romania dating to about seven thousand years ago have highly stylized pubic triangles decorated with V-shaped chevrons.

A six-thousand-year-old Goddess figure from Bulgaria, the throned "Lady of Pazardzik," has her arms folded over her prominently etched vulva. Her sacred triangle is ornamented by a double spiral, an ancient symbol of regeneration. Strikingly similar is a Japanese Jomon pottery Goddess from approximately the same time with double spirals on her torso and a highly stylized inverted pubic triangle.

In a Cycladic platter from about forty-five hundred years ago, a highly stylized vulva is flanked by branches under a large number of spirals in what looks like a spiral sea. In other places, the vulva is represented by symbols from nature, such as a flower bud or a cowrie shell. In fact, cowrie shells found among skeletons from more than twenty thousand years ago indicate that the practice of placing these shells in burials as symbols of the female power of regeneration goes back to remote antiquity. The ancient Egyptians often decorated their sarcophagi with cowries. And even as late as the Roman Empire, the cowrie shell was still seen as a powerful symbol of regeneration and illumination.

In ancient Indian religious tradition, the female pubic triangle was viewed as the focus of divine energy. It is to this day in Tantric yoga associated with what is called kundalini energy, which, when awakened through the pleasures of sex, rises through the body to bring about a state of ecstatic bliss. This Indian worship of the divine vulva, which in some places persists even now, is graphically illustrated by a relatively recent Indian sculpture: a twelfth-century relief carved on the walls of a Goddess temple in southern India of two holy men seated at the foot of a giant vulva, their hands raised in prayer.
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Roman Catholic... Church of Vagina

Letter written by St. Augustine:

We beseech you by the divinity and humanity of Christ...
to take the place as the bishop of the Church of Vagina
which your brother has resigned..."

Letter 69 - St. Augustine
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The All Seeing Eye... It's Also About Vagina Worship

The "all seeing eye" or the "eye of god"
a woman's vagina is also called an eye, because it has the same shape.
In other words, it is another symbol of the sacred vagina that from all life is created. Back in the Neolithic age archaeologists have found what is called "Eye Goddesses" these were Goddesses with very prominent eyes. In Mesopotamia she was known as the Goddess Mari, those eyes searched men's souls.
In Egypt she was the Goddess Maat (Mother) and was the deity of truth and Justice and had a "all seeing eye".

The official line is that there were 13 states of the Union when USA became independent from Britain, this is why their are 13 stripes on the USA flag. The problem is that the 13 stripe flag is older than the USA. It was first used by the East India Company which was started back in 1600 and become the most powerful international company in the world in the 18th century.
Though why the USA adopted the East India Company's flag is never explained.

One explanation is that the Knights Templar were destroyed on Friday March 13, by the French King, Phillip IV.
Suggesting a connection between the Knights Templar, the East India Company and the Freemasons.

The months of the year originally come from the cycles of the moon and there are 13 lunar months every year. Which worked out well, as every month was 28 days which is exactly 4 weeks, while 28 x 13 = 364, which is only 1 day short of 365 days in a year. In ancient times women became associated with the moon, because their menstrual period also takes about the same time as a lunar month. So the 13 months of the year was seen in ancient civilizations as a very feminine symbol.
When patriarchy took complete control they adopted the a 12 month calendar instead, to rid itself of any feminine association in our calendar.

This picture is the image on the other side of the USA one dollar note. And again we find 13 rows of stones in the pyramid below the Masonic "All-seeing Eye" and 13 letters in 'Annuit Caeptis', which means "God has prospered".

What is interesting about the Solomon's Temple is that it was a Goddess Temple. This is the reason why Solomon was condemned in the Bible in his later years for turning his back on Yahweh. Because he worshipped the Goddess Asherah.

When Pamela Suffield and I wrote "Gospel of the Goddess" at the end of the 1980s we put forward the idea that we are moving towards a new feminine matercentric age.

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Holy Wells - Sacred Vagina Carving - Places of Baptism

The well, therefore, was viewed as leading into the womb of the earth- mother herself, a concept graphically illustrated by the presence of the sheela-na-gig in the vicinity of some holy wells in Ireland. This female "fertility figure", carved in stone, stands with legs wide apart, holding open her vagina: close by stands the well - it, too, being an orifice from which life springs forth.

The sacred well as a miraculous irruption of spiritual power or numen into the everyday world was also, it seems, viewed as the nourishing breast of the earth-mother. Some local legends show clearly that the well-water was special because it was milky or creamy, as if it actually came from the earth-mother's breast.

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Sheela-na-gig; the Celtic Goddess of Creation and Destruction
The figure on the stone has been identified as, and certainly has all the features of, a Sheela-na-gig; the Celtic Goddess of Creation and Destruction. We took a very careful rubbing of the Copgrove carving which shows the figure holding her vagina open with her left hand, while in her right is an object which, as P.D. Hartley suggests, looks suspiciously like a head. What may be a ritual beheading axe appears to one side of the figure - though the official interpretation of this is a Tau Cross. In this Copgrove variant of the Sheela-na-gig, the Celtic beheading cult may be represented, symbolising more than simply the return of all life to the Otherworld womb of the Universal Mother; one aspect of the figure could be that the head is about to be thrust back inside the vagina, from which its life had originally emerged.

The Celtic association with Sheela-na-gig figures obviously dates, at Copgrove, from the pre-Saxon period

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Sheela-na-gig The Ancient Irish Vagina Goddess To Be Worshiped

Sheela-na-Gigs are religious carvings of women, special women, the symbolical representation of femininity and/or actual female deities or Goddesses. They were placed on churches, castles and other important buildings of the medieval period and, until quite recently in some instances, they acted as dedicatory or protective symbols promoting good luck and fertility.

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