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  Sunday, 09 July 2023
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Hi, just had a few questions about gnostic child birth, hope you can help

1.) how does this single sperm travel to the woman's ovum? Does it swim amongst a mans pre seminal fluid? Sorry if this sounds vulgar I'm just trying to understand the mechanism of action here... how it's supposed to work in a biological, scientific sense...

2.) Why the wait? Can't a couple just dispense with the whole waiting thing and mate at May, On a friday, at dawn? Samael says that a woman has to be in constant supplication to the divine mother for 9 months but I mean... its not really convenient to pray so long and often... and if one doesn't have a gnostic spouse, it'd be hard to get them on board with this long ritual.

3.) are all fridays on the month of may equal? Or maybe it'd be good policy for the couple to try mating on every friday in that month of May? (minus the one in which the woman is menstruating of course) (If a couple does this though, will the Gods extract a single sperm cell each time? and then ONE of them is guaranteed to fertilize the woman?)
10 months ago
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This is a mystical, sacred ritual. Understanding why the ritual occurs over certain time periods, why it requires so much prayer, how the divine hierarchies can direct a single sperm all the way into the womb to fecundate an egg--all of that requires humility and reverence for divinity. Divinity does not exist to serve our whims; rather, we follow the order of divinity. Just because the process seems illogical or inconvenient to your mind does not mean that it has no reasonable divine purpose. Remember that God does not operate according to the thinking of our materialistic scientists. You will have to humbly inquire at the feet of the hierarchs of the law to learn the specifics of why each step of this process is demanded by divinity, as is the case with any sacrament.

The specific Friday in May that is best would be when the woman is ovulating.

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

1 year ago
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10 months ago
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#29701
Accepted Answer
This is a mystical, sacred ritual. Understanding why the ritual occurs over certain time periods, why it requires so much prayer, how the divine hierarchies can direct a single sperm all the way into the womb to fecundate an egg--all of that requires humility and reverence for divinity. Divinity does not exist to serve our whims; rather, we follow the order of divinity. Just because the process seems illogical or inconvenient to your mind does not mean that it has no reasonable divine purpose. Remember that God does not operate according to the thinking of our materialistic scientists. You will have to humbly inquire at the feet of the hierarchs of the law to learn the specifics of why each step of this process is demanded by divinity, as is the case with any sacrament.

The specific Friday in May that is best would be when the woman is ovulating.

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

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