I’ve been given explicit instructions, Friends, and I know it won’t win me a popularity contest. I assure you, though, I wailed my own fair share of protests when I first received the directive:
“No boys allowed this time.”
Not ‘no men allowed.’
No boys allowed. This time.
Blackblood, my Guide and source for the upcoming channeled workshop series, went on to explain the imperative of, in New Earth, being sure that the Blood Rites remain in the hands of women. Exclusively.
But that’s discrimination and gender-bias, I countered!
Blackblood promptly replied, “The state of things you see today is the result of these rites getting into the wrong hands. THIS is what happens: mass scale ritual child murder, practiced by all your top elite, decision-makers, and cultural engineers. That’s what happens when these rites get into the wrong hands.”
She flashed a timeline that spanned back to old times and showed nursing boys watching their mothers work with their blood in the woods, to male-exclusive secret societies that harvested this blood for their own desires, to powerful men creating cultures around ritual human sacrifice and creating religions that damned Moon Blood, to modern day ceremonies, performed by the world’s elite, designed to harvest farmed and stolen children for their blood. She even showed me that the US Dollar itself maintains its power from blood magic fallen to the wrong hands.
Over time, I came to see the importance of protecting the rites. I saw that it was not a matter of using secrecy to wield power over others or even to exclude anyone, but rather an imperative to wield these rites only from a place of Heart-Center, and to guard them with our lives once we’ve received them.
Otherwise, empires rise, fueled by destruction, until finally destroying themselves to be brought home again, recycled, and with the opportunity to live from this subconscious knowledge-well, which indelibly imprints each of these lives and experiences onto the collective human psyche, that we may all learn and not repeat the next cycle around.
And here we are today, at the height of Atlantis, about to be swallowed up . . . again.
But Blackblood has also taught me WHY this happens, and how withholding the rites from men has nothing to do with women being superior or more privileged. Rather, it’s simply a matter of cellular function.
Let us back up and go through all the necessary disclaimers that will ease everyone’s conditioned PC heart . . .
We are made of both masculine and feminine energies. All of us.
Masculine is not the same as man, and feminine is not the same as woman.
Men TEND to express more masculine energy and women TEND to express more feminine energy.
But that is absolutely not always the case, and we are seeing this more and more as artificial gender roles and rules are broken, especially by the younger generation who seem to be sent here to break down our caging mental constructs.
Let me also add that even when one may present primarily from a feminine essence, such as I see myself, I can also easily access my masculine aspects at will, or sometimes as an automatic response to certain situations.
This is all way simplified, but let us not get too caught up in the details and roll on with this lesson . . .
Most females come to this Earth to embody the feminine, much like an avatar of Goddess. This is WHY we have sex polarity, so that each is bringing in complementary energy which balances the other. And so, we in our female bodies are wired to express the feminine, and this means that we primarily draw from and express out the nature of feminine energy.
Let’s talk a bit about “the nature of feminine energy,” especially as compared with masculine energy. Remember that neither is better or worse, superior or inferior. In fact, masculine and feminine are literally designed to work interdependently and cannot function without one another. Life, at least on this planet, does not exist without their partnership.
However, because of our patriarchal programming, which has us thinking of power in hierarchies, we may have to let go of some of our conditioned reactions to the following framework:
FEMININE: All-encompassing, the Womb, the Source from which all things emerge, that which is unseen as undefined pure potentiality, the connector – the thing that binds it all together, our interstitial tissue, Blood, water, tribes and togetherness, collectivity and interdependence. The Circle. We > me.
MASCULINE: The expression, the embodiment of expression, that which is known, seen, and even named. Masculine energy is specific and pin-pointed rather than broad and encompassing. Its design is concerned with the individual, the ego, and what is defined as “his” or his responsibility. This energy categorizes, organizes, linearizes, makes lines. Us > them.
The feminine brain is wired to think of the collective, while the masculine brain is wired to consider what is named “ours.”
The truth is that we need both of these perspectives, and men and women can and do access both perspectives all the time.
But that doesn’t mean that we’re both equally bent toward, capable of, or ideal for every single task. That is the point: differentiated function. We complement one another, remember? We don’t need to be the same.
And so, to bring it all home, Blackblood tells me that because the masculine mind is designed, divinely so, to place the interests of self/ours over what is considered “other,” any use of blood and the power that comes with it will inevitably become directed toward protecting or expanding what is considered “us,” even at the expense of those considered “them.”
The feminine brain, by contrast, she who sheds blood naturally and painlessly with no violence required to acquire, she is designed to use such power for the good of all, because she is wired to prioritize collectivity over individuality.
Remember that we need both. But both don’t have the same function as an interdependent collective.
If you’re joining us for the 13-week live channeled workshop series, Recalling the Blood Rites, we’ll talk more about the energetic differences of Moon Blood offered in love and blood taken in violence, and how allowing our sons into our magical spaces led to our secrets being stolen and used to enslave us . . . and to create this current matrix we are living in today. We will learn the importance of protecting these rites for the good of all life and even how we can harness our own blood to counter the harm being caused with blood in our “shadow government” and elite circles.
What are your thoughts about keeping the Blood Rites from the males in your life? What does that call bring up in you? Respond in the comments below, or join us over in the Wombwise Work Group and share with a tribe of sistars rocking the Wombpath alongside you.