Today is the day Mary Mother-of-Jesus was said to have ascended into heaven and to begin her reign as Queen of Heaven, crowned by the Father & Son, becoming a member of the Trinity. It makes sense to me that she was our Heavenly Mother and like her Son decided to incarnate here on earth to bring about the Work, to deliver the Message (aka the “Good News” literally gospel).
Margaret Starbird writes:
August 15 is the official Catholic Church Feast Day celebrating the assumption of the Virgin Maryâ€”body and soulâ€”into heaven (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assumption_of_MaryÂ ) validating a folk commemoration of this event over hundreds of years.
In medieval lore, two other female saint were alleged to have been assumed bodily into heaven: Â Mary Magdalene and Mary the Egyptian (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_of_Egypt), another â€œFallen Sophiaâ€ revered by medieval Christians. Carl Jung was apparently thrilled when this feast day was declared because it elevated the â€œFeminineâ€ Â status, completing (in his view) the â€œquaternityâ€ (the classic Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit completed by the addition of the Feminine â€œMother of Godâ€).
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While I have no idea about the historical claims regarding Mary, I have had the privilege of meeting her decades ago.
This event marked the birth of my (male) understanding of the ‘female energy’.
As part of the meeting I received a wordless teaching from her regarding the transcendence of fear.