glossary

The feminine, receptive force through which creation occurs, symbolized in many religions by figures such as Isis, Mary, Maya, Tara, Isobertha, Rhea, Cybele, Gaea, etc. The formless-force-matter symbolizing Nature, whose conception and childbirth reveals the fertility of Nature. In Hebrew, Eloah, the feminine counterpart of El, whose union produces Elohim.

"Eloah [The Goddess’] generations of the heavens and of the earth when in her [the letter 'Hei'] were created, in the day that Iod-Hei Vav-Hei Elohim made the earth and the heavens." - Genesis / Bereshit 2:4

"By the breath (or, soul) of Eloha they perish..." - Job / Iyov 4:9

"...I would behold the goddess (Eloah) while still in my flesh." - Job / Iyov 19:26

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"It is only in the absence of the “I” that one can experience the bliss of the Being. Only in the absence of the “I” can ecstasy be attained."