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A Mother's Influence -
Chavvah (Sunday, September 8, 6342 BCE, during early morning)
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Immediately apparent is the almost non-
#2 is an outward looking prime factor while #3 is peripheral and central looking. Think of oneself alone (#2) on a stage looking out at an audience (#3). When the audience is passive #2 has the floor. After #2’s presentation is over, then #3 offers its applause.
Where both are interacting the string is written 2 x 3. The higher the 2 in value (e.g. 2^2, 2^5 etc.) the longer and more complex is the presentation. Conversely the higher the 3 (e.g. 3^2, 3^5, etc.) the stronger and louder is the audience’s response.
Again, think of a public lynching or stoning. That could be written up as 2 x 3^5 or 2^2 x 3^5 where police are present. The executioner belongs to the 3.
Based upon this logic, Adam was far more prone to external influences than his wife Chavvah. He is very much out there and aware of his environment, especially when out hunting, looking after livestock, growing crops or fishing. He saw himself as Chavvah’s provider and protection.
Yet the 3^5 suggests that he was easily influenced by her and putty in her hands. OM knew that when He got through the double 110s of Chavvah the strong No woman and offered the forbidden fruit to him, he would accept her recommendation. The power which Chavvah’s female descendants have over their men is legendary, especially when one adds wiles and smiles.
Chavvah’s energies reflect her role as the mother of their children. Since they both share her energies, this makes them suitable to work together as husband and wife.
The 5^2, however, put limitations on Adam so that he did not spread himself too widely. At this stage there were no other females. When these eventually appeared he would attract them too.
For this reason male clergy tend to gain strong female followings. With their nurturing spirits they ensure the assembly or congregation works. Depending upon the industry male employers may also attract female employees in considerable numbers. They also attract large teams of men too.
The 2 x 3 of each points to one to one communication, 2^2 x 3 their ability to discuss issues and change and 2^4 remember past events, recall facts and follow processes.
Of course, this is a rather simplistic appraisal and much more can be said. The point to make here is that all females and males have inherited the legacies left by Adam and Chavvah. It is now part of their soul fabric.
Cutting Those Ties
Once the serpent OM is cut off from the woman’s soul, then society and the world will be a much better place in which to live. Sadly for Earth this ends with its destruction. On planet Eden the God Serpents are conspicuous by Their absence. No serpents exist there whatsoever, except as worms.
Mothers will deliver healthy babies. These will be fed nutritious food (no dairy cow, soy or gluten proteins) and taught to live healthy lives. Neither infant mortality nor gender confusion will be known there.
By listening to the Serpent, Chavvah betrayed her husband and their future offspring. Yet mothers do not have to listen to Him. They can seek other company like Yahuw’ah. In the periphery further resources exist to call upon.
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