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Adama and Eve: Magdalene Shabbat Message

The feast day of John the Baptist on the 24th of June historically coincides with the Summer Solstice, a significant celestial event celebrated by early Christian communities. This connection predates the establishment of Christianity, as pilgrims would gather at the River Jordan during the Summer Solstice to partake in the Baptismal Ceremony administered by Yohanan (John the Baptist), receiving the Holy Spirit.

In Kabbalistic teachings found in the Zohar, humanity achieves completeness, represented by Eve (Shalom), when the higher spiritual energies—the Holy Spirit and the Divine Feminine presence—are infused into the lower realms of existence. The Mayim, lower waters of creation, are penetrated by the Shamayim, the Higher Waters of Creation.

The Zohar states: Bereshit A: Verse 363 "Three emerge from one; one exists within three. It enters between the two; the two feed the one and the one feeds many aspects. Then they all become one, as it is written: 'And there was evening and there was morning, one day' (Genesis 1:5), as the evening and the morning were united as one.

Adama, representing the earthly connection within each of us, serves as a reminder of our roots and our ties to the physical world. Adama is the level of grounding ourselves in the present moment and embracing our human experiences with compassion and understanding. Eve symbolizes the spiritual aspect of our being, reminding us of our interconnectedness with the divine and the collective consciousness. Her essence calls upon us to explore the depths of our soul, to seek unity within ourselves, humanity and with the Cosmic Intelligence.

When Adama and Eve come together in harmony, a profound alchemical process takes place within us. Their union signifies the integration of our earthly and spiritual selves, leading to a profound awakening and a shift in consciousness. This convergence of energies opens the door to revelations of our Soul Self, allowing us to tap into our inner wisdom and unlock hidden truths. This is an experience of the Mysteries of the Bridal Chamber.

As we celebrate the Full Moon in Capricorn on a sacred Shabbat day, coinciding with the powerful Solstice Blessings, we are presented with a unique opportunity for expansion. This celestial alignment invites us to delve deep into our souls and reflect on our journey. We are encouraged us to release what no longer serves us, to set intentions that are infused with the Light of the Moon, and to align ourselves with our true purpose.

During this auspicious time, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of life and the interconnectedness of all things. The Full Moon in Capricorn illuminates the path ahead, guiding us towards our goals and aspirations. The energy of the Solstice Blessings infuses us with vitality and renewal, empowering us to embrace change and step into our authenticity.

In Kabbalistic astrology, Capricorn embodies responsibility, ambition, and perseverance. This zodiac al frequency embodies the qualities of hard work, determination, and the ability to overcome challenges with commitment. Capricorn's association with structure goes beyond mere physical constructs; it extends to the very essence of our being, urging us to build a solid framework for our spiritual evolution.

When the Full Moon is in Capricorn, its influence intensifies our focus on introspection and self-improvement. We are asked to reassess our goals, reevaluate our priorities, and realign ourselves with our higher purpose. It serves as a powerful reminder to stay grounded, stay disciplined, and stay committed to the path of self-discovery and embodied wisdom.

Capricorn's symbolism of ascent towards spiritual heights teaches us that true growth requires effort, dedication, and a willingness to confront our limitations. We are encouraged to embrace challenges as opportunities for growth, to embrace setbacks as lessons in resilience, and to embrace success as a manifestation of our inner strength and AHAVA, love in service, love in action.

During the Full Moon in Capricorn, we are called to examine the structures that govern our lives - both internal and external. Let us reflect on the foundations we have built, the values we uphold, and the beliefs that shape our reality. It is a time to strengthen our spiritual resolve, to strengthen our emotional resilience, and to strengthen our commitment to living a life of purpose and meaning.

Today's celebration of our Magdalene Shabbat, we honor Mary Magdalene Kallah Messiah, recognizing her as the Queen of Shabbat. We will deepen our understanding of the Mystery Baptismal Teachings of Yohanan, allowing us to immerse ourselves in revelations of the Shamayim.

As we come together to celebrate Solstice, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of life and the interconnectedness of all things.

During this sacred gathering, we open ourselves to the guidance of the Holy Spirit, inviting her presence to infuse our beings with clarity, purpose, and divine inspiration.

In our Shabbat Ceremony, we engage in rituals that bring us closer to the divine, including prayers spoken in the creation languages of Aramaic and Hebrew, chanting and sacred embodiment.

May this Magdalene Shabbat be a time of profound spiritual connection, as we unite in reverence and devotion to the divine presence that dwells within and around us.

To participate in our online Magdalene Shabbat today, CLICK HERE. If you cannot make it in real time, the replay will be available.

Our second Novena for 2024 is in devotion to Black Madonna Our Lady of Montserrat. CLICK HERE for more information and registration.



Ana Otero

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