The Ancient Tao Te Ching

Human Embryo’s First Cell Division (a pair/Yin & Yang)
Tao Te Ching
The Tao gives birth to the One, the Origin.
The One, the Origin, gives birth to the Two.
The Two give birth to the Three.
The Three give birth to every living thing.
All things are held in yin and carry yang:
And they are held together in the qi of teeming energy.

According to Yin and Yang, the ancient Chinese philosophy, no object exists without a partner. Therefore, there’s a partnership of masculine and feminine energies – like the sun and moon. So why does the world want to hide the truth about the moon and the feminine energy? The only reason I can think of is that the Origin is yin.

The Tao Te Ching says that “all things are held in yin and carry yang.” The Institute of Medicine Committee on Understanding the Biology of Sex and Gender Difference says in their research, “All fetal genitalia are the same and are phenotypically female. After approximately 6 to 7 weeks of gestation, however, the expression of a gene on the Y chromosome induces changes that result in the development of the testes.”

In the beginning, the Divine Mother gave birth to twins: yin and yang. They are the same but different. In our patriarchal world (false yang), the sun is enormous compared to the moon. However, the ancient Chinese principles tell us that the sun and the moon are the same (twin forces). To move forward as a human race, we need to respect the feminine. It’s all about balance and remembering our Original Love.

As soon as our leaders tell the truth about the sun and moon, we can restore balance on this planet. The Tao Te Ching is more than two thousand years old (from 400 BC). It teaches us the one undivided truth, so we never forget our true Origin.

Namaste world.