I had a poignant and joyful revelation from the Lord today that the Trinity included the wife of God, more commonly known as Mary.
Just as Jesus is the first of many brethren, and there are many other chosen Sons of God, so are there many other Mary’s, who are in spirit the wife of God Himself. We are not married to Jesus, as many mistakenly believe in the Catholic faith, but we are married to God the Father. Of which there is only One.
Jesus knew that Mary was the Holy Spirit of God, whom He also referred to as the Helping Spirit. There are many places in the Bible where Jesus speaks of the Holy Spirit. And if your eyes have been opened to this Trinitarian truth, you can see clearly Jesus understands it is referring to His spiritual Mother.
Does it make sense that all essence of the female is kept out of the hierarchy of life and the throne room of Heaven when God was so careful to include female in the very beginning of His story, our Genesis? God made woman a necessary part of life! Indeed, Ayshah was the name of the woman God built from Adam’s rib. The A means she is part of ALHYM, God Almighty. And after Adam named her Ayshah, he was then also renamed to Aysh. It does not make sense therefore that all concept of female is left out of the hierarchy of life, or the Holy Trinity, when Eve and Mary are key characters in our Christian roots.
This is why the serpent seduced Eve in the Garden of Eden. The devil understood that Eve was the closest person to God. That is also why the devil embodies a transgender spirit and prefers to masquerade as an angel of light, and a female. The devil knows that Mary is the dearest being to God, she stands on his right side close enough for Him to whisper in her ear.
I believe this is the reason behind why the Book of Esther was the only book of the Bible not kept by the Essenes among their scrolls. The Book of Esther is not historically accurate and this has caused some contentious debate among scholars as to its authenticity and even canonization. But when we understand the Book of Esther as a parable it is a fine illustration of the role of God’s wife. Esther’s Hebrew name was Hadassah which means ‘Myrtle Tree’. Tree is a symbol of God’s wife throughout the Old Testament. She is a beautiful orphan who finds herself chosen and becomes married to King Ahaseurus (God). Her name is changed to Esther. She is sent to the King as spokesperson to save her people (as a Helping Spirit). And Mordecai (her cousin), is nearly sacrificed and almost hung on a wooden gallows, not unlike a cross. The Essene’s discomfort with this particular story makes a bit more sense when we consider the meaning behind Esther’s role as God’s wife, the heroine of the story. The Essenes were made up of men who chose a celibate way of life, and perhaps they were jealous of the idea that God had a wife, and that a female could play a prominent role in Lifes’ tragedies and victories.
The missing female essence in the Trinity is Mary, who is God’s wife. In the New Testament God touches Mary and she becomes infused with His Spirit so much that she becomes pregnant with His Spirit, His chosen Messiah. She then bears God’s Son. The chosen women of God, those with the spiritual name of Mary, are therefore higher than men on earth, and even sons of God, but not higher than God the Father.
The gentiles and Hebrews knew this and they worshiped her in ancient times. The pagans continue to worship the Asherah pole, the gaia fertility goddess, and other female gods. Of course, this is idolatrous and sinful. God does not want His wife worshiped. He doesn’t even want His wife in the limelight. He protects His wife fiercely. But the point is that the Wife of God is real!
Jesus clearly understood Mary was the essence of God’s Holy Spirit by the words he spoke. And once we understand it, the following verse becomes clear because speaking against the Holy Spirit is like speaking evil of not only your Holy Father, but your Holy Mother as well, a gentle Spirit sent out by God through Jesus who is only meant to help you, guide you, and love you:
And whosoever speaks a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, nor in the world to come. ~Matthew 12:32
Blaspheming the Holy Spirit is like breaking the fifth commandment in Heaven.
The Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you. ~John 14:26
And the fruits of the Spirit are in essence holy feminine attributes:
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law. ~Galations 5:22-23