The Worship Of The Goddess



 

 

 

 

 

 

The female symbol is a symbol for the Mother Goddess; she is the life giver (Hebrew: chavvah = EVA) like the female earth, who gives life. Shiva and the Mother Goddess are still present until today in the Kaaba and mostly men (!) worship the black stone inside the female Goddess symbol on a corner on the Kaaba in Mecca, and after a precise washing procedure, they kiss and touch devote the female symbol. Like the Hindus at Mt. Kailash, they turn around seven times the Kaaba. The female part of Shiva is the black Kali, the destroyer of life.

The white Mt. Kailash is a symbol for Shiva, because Shiva is the creator, AND the black destroyer of live. His main symbol is the phallus. He is sitting there on the white Mt. Kailash in timeless meditation with his wife Parvati. As a symbol of lingam and yoni this was not only be worshipped in India, but also by the people in Arabia (Sanskrit: 'Arbab_stahn' - 'Land of horses') long before Mohammed has had his spiritual visions. Now the yoni/lingam symbol in Mina is a place where pilgrims throw little stones to it. But they do no really know, why they do that.

The Shiva male symbol is present in the towers of the Mosques, but was also distributed all over Europe, as the tree in spring, when life begins again in nature, as p.e. in Bavaria in Germany. There wearing then nine year old girl's candles with a serpent, which is also a symbol of Shiva on the 'White Sunday'.

The flying white horse Kalki from the Veda's of India, which is also present in the old stories told about Mohammed, and also in the Nordic myths of Scandinavia as the horse of Odin.

The Ankh symbol ('life') from Egypt contains the red female symbol and the male symbol.

 

 

 

 

 





   

volker doormann

     2007