Just so this doesn't end too simply though I'll deduce by way of bullets, the conclusion of this series.
- Margaret Fuller wrote in a time that was barbaric and primitive compared to the "collective consciousness" of today
- Still, she spoke from an elevated viewpoint
- On the surface the material seemed to be about feminism and rights of women
- I contend that something else lies below the surface of her words
- A male centric religion pervades the landscape of human myth
- The spirit which seems to inform the planet looks a whole lot more feminine than male
Now, what you'll see from this point forward, for those brave souls who will join us over in You Talkin Me?, is a new dimension to the story. I suggest there is a technique to help anyone who is interested in transcending limitations that is ancient and astounding. It is in our bodies but it isn't in our bodies. It requires concentration but you shouldn't concentrate. It will set you free but you'll decide to stay close to the center.
This won't be me making this stuff up. Just me sharing resources. I'll reveal a pass to a new world. Called the Mysterious Female.