What’s love got to do with it?

Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed;it shalt bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise bruise his heel


I once read a book called, That Which is Written and Should be Known: The Word by Ray C.M. Harris. To make a long story short, the book is quite deep. He presents us with a mystical and metaphysical interpretation of  our spirtiual existence and relationship to the divine. He gets into the allegorical meanings, the true wisdom, behind the passages in the bible. There are chapters about Atlantis, the Seven Realms of heaven, and about the fall of man. It is also in this text that we are presented with an alternate explanation of the original sin. It was sex. The fruit that Eve ate of was the body, and the serpent that tempted her to eat was the fallen angel himself. Eve then tempted Adam to eat of the fruit and the rest is pretty much history. It was because of these two seperate unions that she bore Cain and Abel, one being Adam’s seed and one belonging to Lucifer, the meaning behind the bible verse above. It’s a stretch for most people, but if you’re open to controversial theories, it’s a very interesting one, and one that I’ve heard before actually reading this material.  Our sexuality is one of the aspects of our nature that places us closer to the divine, because it is through sex that human beings are given the power to create life.  Mr. Harris asserts that we have abused our basic sexuality and because of our lust driven sexual appetites, we are suffering as a society…….

“At this point in Man’s history most people will agree that Man has reached his decadent best. Sodom and Gomorah were just cities. but today the whole world has, if anything, outstripped the city of Sodom. With our advancements in science and technology we can pervert ourselves much more efficiently and thoroughly. Selling a chocolate or candy bar on television is usually nothing short of sugar-coated seduction; most so-called love song videos are ‘sex simulations’. Man’s abuse of the creative (sexual) force and his sex function has made sex ‘deadly’; “AIDS” has taken root throughout the world and spreads its tentacles like a white plague.

….. We must realize that if we pervert our youth we destroy ourselves. Nothing weakens a people and destroys whole societies, a nation, a world like the abuse and perversion of the sexual or creative force; the creative force, within Man is a divine force, and must not be abused. In these times however, carnality thrives and is doing a booming business.

I know it might be a lot to digest, but if you really reflect on what he’s saying, dude makes a lot of sense. Now, I love sex as much as the next person, but I don’t turn a blind eye to rape, pedophilia, incest, the struggles of the teenage parent or the prevalence of the single parent household. There is  a dark side to our sexuality, one which causes me to agree with the knowledge Mr. Harris is drops in his book. People are having a lot of sex, and making a lot of babies, but the central family unit is pretty much non-existent. The verse from Genesis strikes me because it seems so applicable to the current state of affairs . Enmity between man and woman, disintegration of the familial structure.  It’s almost like we can’t stand each other outside of the bedroom, yet we’ll lay down and create life with people who can’t seem to live with.  Divorce and domestic violence  have replaced dedication and diligence in creating a bond that lasts and we  are witness to the ill effects that this trend has had on an entire generation of young people. I would know because I myself am a child of divorce, and I have several half-siblings, some of whom I’ve never even seen. However, we all know that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. I believe that for all the hell my generation has been through, we will be the one’s to bring it back into balance.  There’s alot of stuff that we’re not just gonna take, because we’ve seen what it has done to our parents. So, here’s to all those striving to harness that life force that Ray Harris writes about and use it wisely, actualizing that higher love today, so the children can know what it is tomorrow.

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