Meirothea

 

The Meirothea comes from the Nag Hammadi texts.  These texts come from the 4th century AD, but some of the information that was recorded in the writings is from the 1st century AD.  The Gnostic text from the Nag Hammadi that refers to the Meirothea is called the Trimorphic Protennoia.  Meirothea is also mentioned in the Three Steles of Seth, Gospel of the Egyptians and Zostrianos.  

Meirothea means Essence of God.  The name was taken from the Greek metromai theos and literally means ‘piece of god’.  This is just trying to masculinize Meirothea.  Theologians from the big three patriarchs will tell you that the piece of god is Adam’s rib that made Eve.   Ralph Ellis shows in his work that the word in the Nag Hammadi texts was probably Maria Thea meaning Mary the Goddess and it was referring to Mary Magdalene.  This is closer to the truth.  The biblical family did call Mary Magdalene the Meirothea and they also probably called her Maria Thea.  They were a matriarch and you are about to see why(see His Royal Jesus). 

In the Trimorphic Protennoia it gives us a description of the entity Meirothea. It is metaphysical, because it is a metaphysical force.  Some people say its other-worldly, but as you are about to find out that it may be rare in this world but it’s here.  Here is the description:

“I am the Voice that appeared through my thoughts … Since I am called ‘the unchanging Speech’, I am called ‘She who is syzygetic’.

Now I have come the second time in the likeness of a female, and have spoken with them … I am the Womb that gives shape to the All by giving birth to the Light that shines in splendor. I am the Aeon to come. I am the fulfillment of the All, that is, Meirothea, the glory of the Mother. I cast voiced speech into the ears of those who know me.

You will accept robes from those who give robes, and the baptizers will baptize you, and you will become gloriously glorious.”

You don’t hear any priest spewing this from the pulpit.  The Christians, Jews, Hindus, Muslims and Masons all are ignorant of Meirothea.  They are bashing spirit itself.  Lets take a look at what she is…

She is androgynous yet female. 

She is the voice that appears in her thoughts and in the people who know her.  The unchanging Speech.

She is syzygtic or the conjunction of two cosmic bodies.  

She is the Aeon to come.

She is the womb or the Holy Grail.  

She is the baptizer.  

If you know my work you may understand who this Meirothea is, but let’s see what these other Gnostic texts say about her.  According to the Gospel of Egyptians and Zostrianos, Meirothea is the mother of the first man, Adamos.  In the Three Steles of Seth she is referred to as  ‘the divine anointed one’.   These texts are literally talking about women or priestesses, but they understand it’s also androgynous.    Why would they have a priestess?  Gnostic comes from gnosis and means knowledge.  They are showing what I have been showing my readers for a long time.  Spirit and your Higher Selfare feminine, yet androgynous.  Your Higher Self is the voice that appears in your head when you quiet the noise of the ego.  You are a cosmic body and so is your Higher Self.   The Aeon to come is Aquarius. The Holy Grail is the Sacred Feminine or your Higher Self.  When you are baptized, you are baptized to the Goddess.  

There is a reason why Sophia means wisdom.  Take this knowledge and wisdom and use it.  Following the Sacred Feminine is not easy.  Are you strong enough for the Goddess?  Sometimes I feel like giving up.  With all that is going on, understand that nothing is born without pain.  Look at the birth of a child.   The Goddess is birthing something right now.  How long she is in labor and what is born depends on your mind.  We are who we have been waiting for.  To have her beauty you must accept what is ugly.  It can not be separated.

2 thoughts on “Meirothea”

  1. Hi Serpert,

    Thank you for your wealth of insights that you share. I have a question it started to nudge me quite often as I read many of your posts (and there are too many questions that I still would love to ask) .

    I would like to truly understand this sentence I see you always end it with. I have a feeling that it contains layers of meaning but im not sure and perhaps Im overthinking it.

    Could explain or elaborate this sentence: “We are who we have been waiting for”.

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    1. Hi Nickscr1. Sure I will explain anything you want me to.
      Everyone is waiting for a savior to return or someone to lead them to the promise land. We are who we have been waiting for means we are the one that will save ourselves or we can lead ourselves. No one else. Once we figure this out we stop waiting for someone or something. We live our life.

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