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from raquel - Thursday, February 03, 2005
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Sexual Influences of Past Lives

I write a great deal about cause and effect -- how past-life experience and orientation carries over into the present life. These communications are generally well accepted with one exception: SEX. Without fail, if I write about the sexual influences of past lives, I upset a number of people.

So here I go again.

While recently doing some research, I reread much of “Spiritual Sex” by Nik Douglas and “The Gnostic Gospels” by Elaine Pagels. “The Gnostic Gospels” contain the author’s account of the lost Christian books that were discovered in Egypt in 1945 and rightfully belong in the New Testament.

The history of Gnostic sects was fascinating, because of Christianity’s long history of repressing sexuality.

The Carpocratians believed that you could achieve true spirituality only by experiencing every possible earthly pleasure. These secret teachings were supposedly from a lineage of female adepts who included Mary Magdalene. Equal rights were espoused and this Christian free-love sect shared their lives, including their mates, because possessiveness was sinful.

The Nicolaitians promoted libertinism and sexual excess, which inspired the Phiboionites -- fourth-century Christians who had their women seduce men to attract new members. Sect members identified each other with a secret handshake that opened the door to sexual union. Their main tenet of belief: sexual intercourse is a unifying experience, so it is blessed. Sexual secretions were holy, and were collected and offered in some bizarre ceremonial ways. Much of the Phiboionite beliefs are identical to traditional Tantra as practiced today.

The Adamites were a Christian sect that lasted from the second to sixth century. They worshipped in the nude. The principal tenets of belief were, nudism, total freedom of sexual expression and common marriage in which mates were shared. This sect reappeared in the fourteenth-century in Eastern Europe as the Brothers and Sisters of the Free Spirit (the Picards).

A Russian Christian sect called the Khylisti believed that sex was taboo except for a dancing rite. Men and women danced in circles, the men in one direction in the inner circle, the women dancing in the opposite direction in the outer circle. The dancers gradually worked themselves into a frenzy, often by whipping each other. At the peak of their excitement, they all stripped and a sex orgy ensued. Rasputin (1868-1916) was a member of this sect, although he didn’t adhere to the dancing rule, for the last night of his life was spent in bed with two women.

So if you had a past life as a Carpocratian, Nicolaitian, Phiboionite, Adamite, or Khylisti Christian, you may feel today’s sexual mores are restrictive. If you had a past life as a nun or priest, you may feel contemporary sexuality is excessive.

But this isn’t always the pattern. I recently did some past-life regression work with a man who experienced several incarnations as a priest. All those past lives of sexual repression have manifested today as an obsessive quest for sexual indulgence.

We’ve all been programmed by our previous lives. And as a natural part of the reincarnational process, we’re learning to integrate who we have been with who we are today.

Sometimes it isn’t easy.

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    from Baxter
    Friday, February 04, 2005 - 02:31

    Forget the Ecclesiastical history bit, whence the enormous assumption that I might think that a supposed past-life might have an influence on the present one? Where in relation to 'past lives' are you coming from? I don't mean to be derogatory, I just require clarification here. Are you saying that TF FGAs might have inherited their sexuality from a past of life of heresy? Where is this going?
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    From raquel
    Friday, February 04, 2005, 11:06

    it's not the "past lives" that hold ant great significance, but that this practice of "F-Fing" has its roots back to this first centry cult of the nicolaitanes(reply to this comment
    From cocomojo
    Friday, February 04, 2005, 12:23


    Sacred prostitution can be traced back to the cult of Isis. Discovered on the lintel of a 3600 year old temple to Isis: "Come unto me all ye who are heavy laden and I shall give you rest." The cult of Isis also practiced a rite of rebirth which symbolized the initiation into the mysteries. Much like the admonition Jesus gave Nichodemus "you must be born again." Coincidentally, Jesus spent his formative years in Egypt.

    The Knights Templar after digging below the temple of Solomon cautioned new initiates in reference to the cross: "Place not your trust in this, for it is too young".

    Jesus may have been a follower of Isis, The Great Whore.(reply to this comment

    From raquel
    Friday, February 04, 2005, 13:00

    How could Jesus be a follower of that sex cult if he is condemning it in Revelations chapter 2?(reply to this comment
    From cocomojo
    Friday, February 04, 2005, 13:25


    None of the words in the book of Revelation can be attributed directly to Jesus.

    The entire book was a "revelation" given to John years after that death of Christ, hence the name. None of the words contained within were written during Jesus' life.

    Let's not confuse purported prophecy through revelation with the actual words of the man.

    Unless I'm mistaken and it was Jesus who was exiled to the island of Patmos, in which case the cruxifiction was a farce. (which it may have been anyway) (Research the merovingian dynasty, and the cult of the black madonna in the region of Lorraine, France).

    How do you explain Jesus quoting verbatim the official motto of the cult of Isis? I wasn't even aware that the cult was mentioned specifically in the Bible anyway. The council of Nicea took care of that around 350 A.D.

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    From raquel
    Saturday, February 05, 2005, 10:20


    "The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him"....."I am he that liveth and was dead; and behold I am alive for evermore,".....I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches.".... Rev. 1:1, Rev. 1:18, Rev.22:16.

    It's clear who said these things, now whether you believe it or not is another question.(reply to this comment

    Friday, February 04, 2005, 11:25


    If you don't believe in reincarnation, then you see that what is actually happening is that the same spirit that possessed those early nicolaitanes is possessing adherents of TF today. (reply to this comment

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