A NEW WORLD AWAKENING


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Of the many legends and miracles of Black Madonnas around the world, none is more important to the Gospel of Sophia than the Black Madonna of Einseideln, Switzerland where one Sister of Sophia made a pilgrimage as a spiritually consciousness student of AnthropoSophia to bring the NEW IMPULSE of Mary-Sophia back to the Holy Chapel where over one thousand years ago Her chapel was consecrated through a Damascus experience given to St. Conrad.  

The Miracle of the Black Madonna of Einseideln  


Early in the ninth century, a saintly, quiet-loving young Benedictine monk named Meinrad, while passing through the city of Zurich on his way to become a teacher at the small monastery of Bollingen, was deeply thrilled when the Abbess-Princess Hildegarde gave him a lovely three-foot wooden statue of the Mother of God holding the Child Jesus in her arms.

Very often during his several years at Bollingen, young Father Meinrad used to gaze out of the window of his cell with ever-increasing longing at a forest-clad mountain on the other side of the lake, for he wished more than anything else to become a hermit and to live a life of prayer, penance and meditation all alone in those woods, like the great hermit-saints of old. Having at last obtained his superiors' permission, one day in the year 828 he took up in his arms his cherished statue of Mary and set out in a wide flat-bottomed boat to cross the lake and become a hermit in the Dark Wood on the slopes of Mount Etzel.

Soon after settling in a solitary retreat he found a nest with two young ravens, which he gladly adopted and tamed, perhaps because the Child Jesus of his statue held a small bird in one hand. Meinrad spent seven years on this mountain, and he was a happy young hermit except for one thing: more and more pilgrims were coming to visit him, attracted by his growing reputation as a saint.

Therefore he fled from his tiny cell, taking his statue and his two friends, the ravens, with him. He went still farther into the depths of the Dark Wood until one day he found, in the midst of the lofty pine trees on a small table-land surrounded by hills on three sides, a bubbling spring giving forth sparkling, fresh mountain water. Here he built himself a little log hut and a chapel, in which he reverently placed Our Lady's statue. His faithful ravens often perched on either side of a crucifix on the gable and watched the holy hermit as he worked and prayed. He was completely happy in this solitude.
After more than twenty years of prayer and penance, while he was saying Mass in his little chapel on the morning of January 21, 861, the Feast of the Martyr St. Agnes, Meinrad learned by a divine revelation that this was to be his last Mass. With perfect resignation to the will of God, he devoutly received Holy Communion as if it were Holy Viaticum. Then with tears of love in his eyes, the old hermit looked up at his beautiful statue of Mary and begged Our Lady to strengthen him, asking her to offer to her Son the death which he was about to suffer for His glory.

During all the years which Meinrad had spent alone in the Dark Wood, he had never been harmed by the mountain bears or wolves or other wild animals who dwelt there. Now, however, two human beasts of prey, two hardened criminals, hearing that people made pilgrimages to the hermit, were tempted by the idea that he must have precious gifts and rich treasure hidden away in his lonely hermitage. And so this cold winter night they made their way through the deep snow to his retreat in the forest.

Meinrad was just finishing his Mass as they approached, and he now heard the shrill screams of warning of his faithful ravens. With a smile of heavenly joy on his lips, he went out and welcomed the two men with loving kindness and hospitality, setting before them some bread and wine. When they roughly demanded that he show them his hidden treasure he humbly led them into the little chapel, and pointing to the plain wooden statue above the altar, he said, "I have no other treasure."

Then with a last loving look at Mary, he folded his hands on his chest, bowed his head, and added calmly, "That for which you have come, do..."
In a mad rage the two robbers seized and brutally beat the saintly old hermit to death with a heavy club, while his two ravens flew wildly about, screaming and trying in vain to help their good friend by pecking at the murderers' foreheads.

Then the criminals dragged the Saint's body to his couch of dry leaves in his hut and were about to begin their search for the supposedly hidden treasure when all of a sudden they noticed that a strange yet delicious odor pervaded the place. When they perceived that two candles standing by the hermit's bed had somehow just been lighted without human hand, the two assassins fled in terror all the way to Zurich. But like the accusing finger of God, Meinrad's two ravens persistently followed and attacked the murderers until they were arrested and had confessed the crime.
In the years that followed, pilgrims kept coming to the abandoned little chapel in the Dark Wood, and a few hermit-monks settled there. In the year 906, St. Benno of Strasbourg began to restore and add to the old structures. 

And in 934, St. Eberhard, also from Strasbourg, arrived and set about building a large monastery and church, the latter enclosing and protecting Meinrad's holy little chapel, which was only eight and a half yards long by six yards wide. When this work was completed in the summer of 948, Eberhard, having become the first Abbot of Einsiedeln, invited St. Conrad, the Bishop of Constance, to consecrate and dedicate the Chapel of Our Lady of the Hermits.

Conrad's party, which included the Bishop of Augsburg and many princes and knights of the Empire, arrived at the hermitage in the Dark Wood on September 13 in the year 948, on the eve of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.

And that night there occurred at the Shrine of Our Lady in Einsiedeln one of the most glorious events in all the history of the Catholic Church.

The holy Bishop of Constance retired to his room early in the evening in order to rest after the trip. However, despire his fatigue, he did not fail to get up, as was his custom, before midnight and to go with several religious to pray in the chapel which he was due to consecrate the next morning. While he was fervently beseeching the Blessed Virgin to accept this holy shrine and to make it henceforth a center of pilgrimages where for centuries and centuries she would heal and help her suffering children, suddenly, at exactly midnight, St. Conrad and those with him began to hear the sound of many harmonious voices chanting a melody of heavenly beauty.


Looking up, he saw with amazement that the sanctuary of the chapel was filled with a brilliant light that made everything clearer than the brightest noonday sun, and that the altar was completely illuminated as for a solemn festival. Then he saw coming down from Heaven a magnificent procession of angels under the leadership of St. Michael the Archangel. Some of them formed the choir and were chanting celestial psalms, while others bearing swinging golden censers took their places before the altar.

After the angels came St. Peter with a crozier in his hand, followed by St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke and St. John, who preceded three great Doctors of the Church, St. Gregory, St. Augustine and St. Ambrose. Then came, vested as deacon and subdeacon, the Martyr Saints Lawrence and Stephen. And finally, as High Priest, arrayed in pontifical vestments and wearing a violet chasuble, there appeared in all the splendor of His Divinity, Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 

Then, as a breathtaking climax, just before God the Son began the Mass that was to consecrate this holy shrine forever to  His Immaculate Mother, Mary herself took her place above the altar of her chapel, radiant with dazzling glory and attended by her train of angelic spirits!

In speechless awe St. Conrad followed every detail of this extraordinary Mass. He observed with rapt attention that the solemn ceremony was performed in the minutest particulars according to the ritual prescribed by the Church for the consecration of a temple, except that at the Sanctus the angels sang: "Holy God, have mercy on us in the court of the Glorious Virgin! Blessed be the Son of Mary who has come to this place and who is to reign world without end!"

More than an hour later, having formally dedicated the shrine to His Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of the Hermits, the King of Kings returned in all His majesty to Heaven with His distinguished company of saints and angels. The beautiful living Virgin vanished too, leaving in her place the lovely statue. The singing ceased. The bright light was magically extinguished. And soon the newly consecrated shrine was to all outward appearances exactly as it had been before.

The saintly Bishop of Constance, however, remained kneeling for hours in ecstatic meditation over the marvels which he had just witnessed. Later that morning, when all the dignitaries had assembled and after he had kept them waiting quite a while, he was politely informed that it was time for him to begin the dedication ceremony.

Still deeply moved, he firmly declared that the chapel had already been miraculously consecrated by God Himself during the night. 

But when the Abbot Eberhard and the other officials flatly refused to accept this story and insisted that the ceremony for which so many persons had come together should start at once, St. Conrad yielded. Then another striking supernatural intervention took place: as the Bishop put his foot on the first altar step, the great church was suddenly filled with a strong and impressive voice which everyone present heard exclaim three times: 

" Stop! Stop, Brother. The chapel has
already been divinely consecrated!" 

Later on, a full investigation of these extraordinary events was undertaken by the highest civil and ecclesiastical authorities, and in the year 964, in the presence of the Emperor Otto and of St. Conrad, His Holiness Pope Leo VIII issued a bull confirming the miraculous dedication.

This story from  Gloria TV.

Eternal Truth: The Vatican and its emissaries were not needed to consecrate this place of the Holy Mother. Christ and the Hierarchy had already done so before the Vatican patriarchy arrived. It remains a sacred place where the divine matriarchy has been accessed directly by Her believers since the 800s. 

Blavatsky and the Black Madonna  

Darkness is the one true actuality, the basis and root of light, without which the latter could never manifest itself, nor even exist. Light is matter, and darkness pure spirit.  

                                                           H. P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, 1:70

In  The Secret Doctrine  (1:443), H. P. Blavatsky records the presence of ravens and blackbirds in a number of mythic cosmogonies: "What is the real meaning of all of those black birds? They are all connected with the primeval wisdom, which flows out of the pre-cosmic Source of All." 

To access this fascinating article about the Einseideln Madonna 
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Best Dressed Madonna in the World


In this video you will see the spectacular wardrobe of the  Black Madonna  and an inside 
look of the dressing ritual of changing her attire. Click here to access the video. 

Let Us Pray Together


A Sister of Sophia made the long journey to Einseideln on our behalf. For her the journey was half a world away. As an ardent student of Rudolf Steiner, she took her consciousness of the being of Anthroposophia and laid it at the altar of the Black Madonna. As a student of The Gospel of Sophia, she understood that her actions would be a "marker," so to speak, to announce that there are many who are ready to usher in a new age of the divine feminine -- A NEW WORLD AWAKENING -- where the matriarchy returns to Her place to bring balance and harmony to a world that has gone astray with its over-emphasis on the patriarchy.  

We ask each reader to click on this article to acknowledge Helen's deed and send it out to as many people as you can. If we all join together in a global circle of prayer and love, our Mother-Daughter-Holy Sophia will be drawn to us and a new day will dawn.  Celebrate the Return of Sophia  

The change we are looking for will 
come from a place of consciousness. 
The idea is that, like Vestal Virgins who tended the eternal flames of the Roman goddess Vesta, we can keep Sophia's flame lit through the power of social media. By passing this prayer request to everyone we can, the article will start trending and then be available for others to see and join us in consciousness and prayer.  

Please join us anytime you can, whether today, tomorrow, or every day, click on this article to send your prayer into the world. You can click on it as many times as you like...and each click is your prayer for a better world--NOW and FOREVER. 

Let's keep a social media flame lit until Mary-Sophia
returns to  Her throne and the whole world is ablaze with 
Her  love,  light, and wisdom.


We posted our prayer circle notice on a site called "Before its News" so that participants could  track the metrics of how our prayer is trending. When you go to the Before Its News link, you can see how many "points of light and love" we have for the day, or all time. In order for our prayer for the Great Mother Mary-Sophia to show on the BIN billboard, which gives us greater exposure to others who may want to pray with us, we need at least 4-6 opens at any one time. 

You can do something--even if it is just clicking the prayer page a few times a day. 

With our world-wide readership on this magazine, we should be able to bring hope and comfort to others all throughout the day! As our prayer is seen by others, many more will join us and read about the miracle of the Einseideln Madonna. In this way you can make a difference and together we can beckon the Mother of All to bring comfort and healing to the world. 
Would you join us in keeping a flame burning
for Sophia, not through the flames of old, but new flames that exist in the World Wide Web?

Please find comfort that when you go to the BIN site and see other people also opening the article, y ou are joined in prayer for the conflagration of Sophia's love and light onto the world, just as She came in Einseideln. Go often to the site so that you, too, by your presence in consciousness, can bring comfort to others. 

In other words, let's use the pathways that Ahriman laid for us in the internet to spread the Gospel of Sophia--which is the return of the Divine Feminine Trinity and the heralding of the Satya Yuga. 


Amazing Crop Circles Appear on 6-6-16, the Day Our
Global Prayer Circle for Sophia was Launched



Our global prayer circle began on 6-6-16 when we posted a public prayer on BIN and Cosmic Convergence as an antidote to the 666 satanic imagery that is increasing in the world.

Imagine our surprise when we saw these images of our Beloved Sophia imprinted into crop circles in Castle Hill, Mere, Wiltshire, United Kingdom on......June 6, 2016! 
 
Whether you think crop circles are man-made or angelic creations, let's just say for now that these beautiful pictures are imprints of a higher dimensional vibration on our physical world. 

As you see in this imprint, the goddess energy is here! See Her halo as She steps out of the eternal womb of creation (images that look like wings behind Her)? Her arms are outstretched to us as She stands in the crescent moon.

Did you also see the moon on the evening of June 6, 2016? In our Michigan skies, it was a perfect razor thin crescent moon, just emerging from the new moon phase.  


 

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To readers that have commented about the large body of work that they see unfolding at Our Spirit and wonder when we will reach our "limit," may we leave you with this quote from Leanora Leet, one of our favorite authors on the Kabbalah:
"If you go as far as you possibly can, 
you will get where you need to be."
Our answer is that we have only started; the best is yet to come. And
how about YOU ?  Are you going as far as you can to get where you need to be?