We have shared with you six communications regarding The Oracle at Delphi from a metaphysical perspective. One important question perhaps remains – Who are The Oracle? Let us begin by affirming here that We The Oracle have never incarnated anywhere in The Multiverse, neither on your planet, nor any other planet, in any timeline nor in any dimension. The lineage of women who served as … Continue reading The Delphic Oracle VII: Who are The Oracle?
It is no accident that The Oracle at Delphi fell into ruin during the first few centuries that followed the birth of Yeshua. There was a critical shift in consciousness that occurred, as Greco-Roman society moved from polytheism to monotheism. The age of Mythology gradually yielded to the Age of Reason. The temples and statues of Delphi were destroyed in 394 AD after the Byzantine … Continue reading The Delphic Oracle V: The Evolution of Truth
In our prior three communications, we explored together three Oracular elements that, in truth, form one of the most powerful sacred geometric patterns: The Triad. In a sense, these three elements of The Oracle at Delphi were interdependent. Without the Pythia, there would be no motivation for the Consultant to travel to the Temple of Apollo to seek counsel. Without the Scribe (the male priest, … Continue reading The Delphic Oracle IV: The Triad
In our two prior communications regarding The Oracle at Delphi, we explored The Pythia and The Scribe. They embodied aspects of the Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine. Arguably, these two entities held great power in their oracular roles. It would be shortsighted, however, to exclude the third aspect of the Oracle, which were the individuals who traveled to receive the spoken and transcribed prophecies. … Continue reading The Delphic Oracle III: The Seeker
In our last communication, we discussed how the Pythia of Delphi embodied aspects of the Divine Feminine. We now turn our attention to her collaborator, the scribe, who in this paradigm represents the Divine Masculine. On the days in which the Pythia gave her oracles, she received assistance from male priests. These “officiants” performed various functions. They led the Pythia, her face veiled in purple, … Continue reading The Delphic Oracle II: The Scribe