The Divine Mother is associated with Hegia Sophia and the Gnostic understanding that Sophia once represented God’s feminine soul and the source of His power. Hegia Sophia is sacred wisdom and is represented by the dove.
From this understanding & origin of the essential truth of the sacred feminine and Her appearance on earth, distortion and untruth crept in as the divine consciousness decreased its Light between the last Golden Age and the present transition from the Kali Yuga to the re-emerging new Golden Age in today’s world. [Source]
The figure is an aspect of Ishtar, Mesopotamian goddess of sexual love and war, or Ishtar’s sister and rival, the goddess Ereshkigal who ruled over the Underworld
The Trinity of The Crone
In Minoa and Mycenae, later renamed “Greece”, it was under the theocratic governance of the Sibyls, as Queen Mothers, that African matriarchal culture reached its “golden age” of achievement in medicine, religion, astronomy, philosophy, law, architecture, music, art and social sophistication.
THE SIBYLS – THE FIRST PROPHETESS OF MAMI (WATA)
African women are the only women in the world whose ancient mothers were not born under the yoke of patriarchy. During ancient times, for the first 6,000 years, Africa was ruled by a powerful order of matriarchs. Considering the current status of African women around the world today, one could hardly be convinced that her matriarchal presence and the enormous influence she wielded in the ancient world, had far exceeded the limited physical, cultural geographical and political designations of which Africa and her religions are confined today.
During her reign, African religions had reached very high levels of theological and ritual development. And were the original spiritual home of the world’s first great oracles, prophetess, and prophets. Under the rising tide of African patriarchy, members of the sacerdotal order of Sibyls were sold as slaves to build and work the powerful oracles they established in Ancient Greece, Rome, Turkey, and Babylon.
What is now currently the “holy seat of the Vatican” in Italy, was originally the sacerdotal seat of these ancient black Sibyl Queen Mothers. Centuries before Christ, they were known to heal the sick, restore dignity and strength to the weak and restore sight to the blind. They were famous for curing lameness, epileptics, deaf mutes and lepers. They were said to “cast out demons” and even to “raise-up the dead”. Their prophecies are the oldest and most authentic in the world. They were the basis for Greek and Roman tragedies and plays. More astonishing, their prophetic books were later collected by the Roman authorities, who needed a “western theological” foundation in order to compete with the powerful Levitical Jews.
These Sibyls prophecies soon became the sole and undisputed precursor to the western, Christian Bible. As the first established, sacerdotal, African matriarchs, the Sibyls cultural and religious impact was arguable the most profound on ancient civilization than modern history has ever revealed or care to admit.
From Mesopotamis to Libya, Mizarim (Kemet/Egypt), Ionia, Minoa, Peloponnese (Turkey) and Mycenae (Greece) and later Rome, the Sibyls were the primary, divine Vatican and absolute moral authority. The absence of African women’s contribution in world history as major economic, political and spiritual players, as opposed to “exceptions to the norm”, or mere appendages of “great men”, has been problematic and disturbing at best. For the first time ever, her real history is being unearthed, revealed and told. In its telling, many shocking revelations that remained hidden for more than 20,000 years, will finally be known.