God put Sex into Everything

Julio also wrote this eye-opening piece about God and sex, and angels and sex, over on our GoddessChristians forum.

God Put Sex into Everything

… if you really think about it, God put sex into everything. His first commandment was to have sex: “Be fruitful and multiply.” Only one way to do that. All the animals, even the insects.

Everybody is doing it. I saw a DVD the other day called “Microcosmos” I highly recommend it. It is about insects, and they even show their sex life and they seem to enjoy it.

God is the one that made it into the greatest satisfying pleasure on earth, when performed in real love. A need and extremely beneficial to our basic health in every way.

Sex is the motor of creation which keeps everything going and growing. Its a miracle, its the miracle of life. So they mean to tell us that “God” doesn’t indulge in it himself with his sex partner?

I truly believe that there will be sex in heaven. It was a trick of the devil to take over its credits and to act as its inventor. Like if sex was his [Satan’s] to bless his faithful devotees. What a scam.

Here is another common misconception:

Matthew 22: 23-30: “The same day came to him the Sadducees, which say that there is no resurrection, and asked him, Saying, Master, Moses said, If a man die, having no children, his brother shall marry his wife, and raise up seed unto his brother. Now there were with us seven brethren: and the first, when he had married a wife, deceased, and, having no issue, left his wife unto his brother: Likewise the second also, and the third, unto the seventh. And last of all the woman died also. Therefore in the resurrection whose wife shall she be of the seven? for they all had her. Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God. For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.”

When Jesus said here, that in the resurrection, they shall neither marry nor are GIVEN in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven. He didn’t mean that there will be no sex in heaven, that we will all be like the angels pure, sexless. The angels are not pure and sexless. They have sex. And they have genders. He meant that we shall be FREE like the angels and that women will no longer be a private property, a possession. Given in marriage. Nobody will be anybody’s slave, we shall all be equal and equally free, like the angels. Women and men. No more chains or being forced or obligated in bondage to nobody, love will be voluntary and free. And thats the way it was in Jesus day, women were slaves and he, God bless his soul, was setting them free. But when Jesus left, the Pharisees got real busy developing the new system of bondage and spiritual darkness [later to be] called “Christianity”.

–Julio (on GoddessChristians forum)

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Katia

Katia is a consecrated independent sacramental bishop. She directs the online Esoteric Mystery School and Interfaith Theological Seminary. Check it out at NorthernWay.org.

6 thoughts on “God put Sex into Everything”

  1. Steve at our AngelicAlliance Yahoogroups forum writes:

    …it seems that angels have genetalia,
    but they are forbidden to have sex with humans, probably because of their
    celestial genetics, the results were disastrous (ref: Genesis chapter 6)

    Therefore, we can conclude that sex is a beautiful biological function, but
    maybe not a celestial one ? …
    -Steve

    * * * * *
    I don’t know…. it seems to me that “the union of souls” via the sexual dance could be possible for angelic beings just as for human beings, just as for divine beings.
    -Katia

  2. Dear Julio,
    What a wonderful essay you wrote, so very clear and to the point. I like how Margaret Starbird describes the Jesus of Sacred Union with Mary Magdalene as being “fully human” and “virile”. Would we want HIm any other way? I guess some would.
    Your essay reminded me of working with people’s dreams in therapy when they have a dream of making love with someone who they don’t really feel they should be doing that with. I always say that the dream wants to talk about the natural energy for union which produces something creative inside the dreamer. It has to do with the qualities of the two dream-figures coming to meet each other and growth resulting from it. How can we understand our own dreams, which always have love making, if we don’t honor that as the central energy of creation? And of course, how can we do that without a god and goddess figure making love?
    Thanks again, I enjoyed reading your thoughts.
    xoJoan

  3. Julio wrote more to the GoddessChristians forum on this topic as follows:

    Katia … your blog is absolutely great.

    I guess it was the Apostle Paul, who brought in the idea that sex wasn’t spiritual, that it was an unspiritual distraction, I gather implying that women were a distraction taking one away from full dedication to God.
    I totally disagree with Paul on that & on a few other issues, thank God he is not a requisite to salvation, although many Christians quote him more then they quote
    Jesus, as if he was Jesus’s compliment.

    No thank you. Not necessary. A inspired anointed writer at times, contradictory at other times, but not a necessity for salvation.

    Sex in the right relationship, & being mated in love, I think actually makes you a lot more spiritual & brings you closer to God.

    The Jewish religion has a much healthier attitude about sex, according to Dr. Ruth Westheimer. In her book: “Heavenly Sex”.

    It was the Christians who brought on this dark idea that sex is unspiritual. A distraction that you would be better off without, & then came the priesthood.

    God help us, afterward followed all this hidden hanky panky thats been going on in the church for generations, behind closed doors, not to mention the pedophiles, in this unnatural & religious darkness.

    A couple more misconceptions on the subject were when Jesus said: “Ye sinful & adulterous generation” Here he was referring to spiritual adultery, and another is when he told the adulterous women, after having forgiven her for adultery: “Go thou & sin no more” the sin was the stealing of another’s husband, rather then the sex in itself.

    And finally, when he said in Matthew 5: that whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart, and if thy eye offend thee pluck it out & cast it from thee, or if thy hand offend thee cut it off etc.

    I don’t think he meant for us to pluck out our eye if we look at another human being with desire. But rather he was trying to tell the Pharisees & religious hypocrites that we “all” fail the glory of God because we are “all” sinners, we are “all” adulterous, because we all have those desires. For that matter.
    It’s natural.

    Should we flagellate ourselves because we looked at a juicy steak with desire to take it home from the super market & put it on a barbecue grill to devour it, or eat it slowly?
    And enjoy it? (I apologize if anyone is a vegetarian here, then we could use as our example a nice appetizing head of lettuce instead, or a salad)

    As long as we don’t steal it from someone else.

    God bless you beautiful people, inspirations from Heaven.

    Julio

  4. Hi Katia,
    I stumbled on to your blog looking for material on “Saint” Valentinus. Your blog has a wonderful perspective, that I did not expect to find. I hope that you do not mind me using your post from last Valentines Day about the connection between the Saint and the Gnostic teachings.

  5. RE: Matthew 5: that whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart…

    It’s worth pointing out that the Greek word for ‘woman’ here is GYNE, which means both ‘woman’ and ‘wife’ (depends on the context). Particularly since he says ‘commits adultery’ (and adultery involves one of the participants being married), I’ve wondered if this passage means more like ‘whoever looks on [someone’s] wife to lust after her commits adultery’. Just something to ponder…

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