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Why is the dove said to be a phallic symbol?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

All these sacred religious personages that personify the Christ are born on the 24th of December at 12 o’clock at night. All of these sacred personages are eons of immaculate conceptions. All of them are born by the deed and grace of the Holy Spirit; all of them are born from Virgins who are immaculate before childbirth, in childbirth and after childbirth.

The poor and unknown Hebrew woman Mary, mother of the adorable Savior Jesus, the Christ, received the same attributes and cosmic powers of the Goddess isis, Juno, Demeter, Ceres, Vesta, Maia, Adonin, Insobertha, Rea, Cybele, Tonantzin, etc.

All of these feminine deities always represent the Divine Mother, the Eternal Cosmic Feminine.

The Christ is always the son of the Divine Mother and worship is rendered to her by all the holy religions.

Mary is fecundated by the Holy Spirit. Tradition narrates that the Third Logos, in the form of a dove, fecundated the immaculate womb of Mary.

The dove is always a phallic symbol Let us remember Peristhera, nymph of the court of Venus, transformed into a dove by love.

Samael Aun Weor. Book: The Revolution of the DIalectic.

Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".

The dove has also always been a phallic symbol, a symbol of the force of love through which everything is created in nature, from an immense galaxy to a humble flower; and it is in that force that the wise men of all times have recognized the Holy Spirit. For this reason, the dove was used to represent the Spirit of God moving over the waters of Genesis (Genesis 1:2).

The maximum representation of the incarnation of these divine principles in the human being, (after many works and sacrifices) occurs in the drama of the life of the master Jesus, the Christ, who is conceived thanks to that creative force of love in the womb of the Virgin Mary (symbolizing the feminine aspect of the Holy Spirit in us), it is only through her that we can receive the Christ.

“All these Feminine Deities always represent the Divine Mother, the Cosmic Eternal Feminine. The CHRIST is always the Son of the DIVINE MOTHER and all her HOLY RELIGIONS worship her. Mary is fertilized by the Holy Spirit, tradition has it that the latter, in the form of a dove, made the Immaculate Womb of Mary fertile.” Samael Aun Weor

The Christ is the son of the Magic of Love, the Christ is the son of the Holy Spirit...

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 93, Chapter: "The Dove."