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The Question Of Celibacy

Updated on January 12, 2020
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After becoming Nat Cole's "NatureBoy" Elijah looked to nature for answers to his questions since environmental laws are eternal laws.

The Question Of Celibacy

Man make vows of celibacy before god and man,
boys and girls alike make the vow to take that stand.
The boy becomes a priest, the girl becomes a nun,
imposing laws on themselves no god requires of anyone.

Where is such a vow decreed and in which holy writ?
I've seen no sin for which celibacy is the penitence for it.
Whence comes the law disallowing the law of birth
to be fruitful, multiply, and replenish the earth?
Still man make such vows in penitence to their god
though the path god commands man follow they dare not trod.

All lifes have a cycle in which to multiply their own,
pleasurable it must be or the desire would not be so strong,
but because we know not what that cycle in man be
they vow, in penitence for ignorance, a vow of celibacy.

The mating in man is to be once each moon, at ovulation,
when the egg comes down preparing for procreation.
Twelve years a child is to nurse, till prior to puberty,
and during that time mother's don't mate till set at liberty.
Thus, celibacy is from conception to the weaning of the child,
all other lifes in nature are celibate only for that while.

© 2020 Elijah A Alexander Jr

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    • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      MizB, It isn't written straight out in the Bible, it comes from reasoning with my observations of nursing mammals. Look at the two earlier posts before yours, I have given an explanation of some of my observations and reasonings.

      To all of you, thanks for reading it and if you wan to discuss if further come with your inquiry.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      Marc, Genesis informs us man lived environmentally like other other animals utilAdam and Eve began to judge things (https://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/Todays-So... is one of many of my Hubs expressing how and why the change came). The Bible has Genesis 2:24 and 3:24, Isaiah 7:14-22, John 3:3-8 and Matthew 19:29 all revealing we are to separate ourselves from civilized living and return to it to be saved.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      Paula, I have been having internet problems is why ai'm jest getting to reply to your later post.

      On behalf of your first post I wrote "Doesn't it say in the Bible "the righteousness of man (woman-not a gender but a state of man) is foolishness too God?" The reverse is also true, "the righteousness of god is foulness to (woman) man." Thanks for the complement." I see that doesn't satisfy you. My Louisiana girl mother and an Iowa girl both say they witnessed a mother nurse children for 12 years. At about 4 the began t nurse only twice a day until 12 when they stopped.

      That was written between 1981 and 83 some 5 to 7 years after m New Birth therefore it was inspired by God. In seeking my understanding of life and the Bible's correct interpretation of creation I had discovered Children should nurse until adolescence, from 12 to about 15, before the become boys and girls since all other mammals do. When on a dairy farm I noticed hoe caves denied nursing would such the ear of another after drinking their milk out of a pail. I compared that to how children often suck their thumbs, fingers, pickles, and suckers until about 12 they especially tally the thumbs and fingers were usually dropped. Comparing man to the caves caused me to draw that conclusion.

      Prior to civilization, per the Creation stories, man lived like the other animals until evicted from the garden which is the requirement to enter "salvation" as Gen. 3:24, Isaiah 7:14-22, John 3:3-8 and many other scriptures reveal. since we are within 8 years before civilization's ending it is time we get some idea of what is required to obtain it to qualify being one of the 10 (% of civilization) that half will enter Armageddon and the other will die (Rev.14:13 & 16:13-16). So it may sound crazy to civilized man but it is the revelation I'm revealed.

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      Doris James MizBejabbers 

      15 months ago from Beautiful South

      Elijah, I assure you that my generation and thereafter of women rebelled at not asking questions and went on our own quest. We are still on it.

      I've been thinking about the "nursing until age 12." I'm certainly not against breastfeeding babies, but as a journalist who has studied the obscenity and decency laws of the U.S., I know that they are based on local public standards of decency. I don't believe that there is a community in the U.S. that would not consider a 12-year-old boy nursing at his mother's breast to be a form of sexual abuse. Just because it is in the Bible does not make it legal under the current laws of this country. (Other examples are polygamy and underage marriages)

      You never did tell me where that is found in the Bible.

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      Marc Hubs 

      15 months ago from United Kingdom

      This is an excellent poem, very well written and put together. You certainly have a way with words but as others have expressed I would like to see the relevant excerpts from the Bible.

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      Suzie 

      15 months ago from Carson City

      But Elijah, You did not allow posting of my 1st. comment, which was the much more relevant one. I do not wonder why. It is so that you can skirt around the truthful issues. The more you and your "brother" attempt to hide and ignore valid commentaries and questions, the less credible you prove to be. You're most welcome.

      I will be posting the 2 links I sent you, elsewhere on this site. Our fellow readers have a right to know about dangerous cult existence.

    • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      Thank you Paula. Doesn't it say in the Bible "the righteousness of man (woman-not a gender but a state of man) is foolishness too God?" The reverse is also true, "the righteousness of god is foulness to (woman) man." Thanks for the complement.

      As for screening replies, there is a few people out there who wants only to harass people, those I will prohibit but not the others. So far, I've only had one and when I refused to bite his hook it left me alone, but I still do it.

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      Suzie 

      15 months ago from Carson City

      aHA! I see you pre-screen comments just as your "brother" does. I understand this is so you do not have to be Man enough to face and accept the difficult questions and statements your readers submit.

      Whether you like it or not...this only reconfirms your deceitfulness. & I mean you and your "brother."

    • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      MizB, The Bible say "the invisible things are clearly seen by understanding the things made" was spoken by Paul and I've found to be true. Paul's "It's better to marry than it is to burn" means with lust which will lead to all manner of perverted sexual activities. Also look at my post Manatita.

      My mother, a southern girl, and another mother in Iowa both told me of a mother who nursed their child 12 years. After around 4 they only nursed twice a day like calves do cows. "Woman's" problem is they accepted being told not to ask questions whereas "man" will always seek to understand why the differences between man and the rest of earth's mammals. If we don't seek we can't find.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      15 months ago from Washington DC

      Brother Manatita, their civilization was built on lust, disallowing each person to be born without either their femininity or masculinity (the woven from man act) is the cause of lust. In man there isn't the pulling through our flesh of the magnetic attraction that manifests as a sexual desire. In "woven from man" every time one body containing one opposite comes close to the other opposite in another body sexual lust gets stronger and stronger independent of genders is the cause for sex for pleasure. That is why "woman" are tadpoles who, via the New Birth, integrates those opposites and return sex to its intended purpose, reproduction.

      So, we are in agreement. This civilization was designed to manifest every possible attribute of man in individual bodies without the others to keep it in balance. That is the reason why as long as man lived according to the general laws God allowed that nation to exist and flourish but when they take away the basic principles of the nation that nation becomes destroyed. The U.S. of America is manifesting the worst of everything man can do which is why she will be the first destroyed before the test of this world.

      Everyone chosen to be one of the 10 (% of civilization) virgins to survive or discarnate in "The Battle Of That Great Day of God Almighty" Will return to whole man and sex will be restored to it's purpose one e this world is no longer.

      Check out Jonathan Cahn, delivered a January 9 or 10, 2020 YouTube message.

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      Doris James MizBejabbers 

      15 months ago from Beautiful South

      I don't know where in the bible you are getting that, Elijah, while you say you don't know where the bible says that. Christians follow the Roman teachings of Paul who advocated celibacy, Remember, he said, (paraphrasing him) It's better to marry than it is to burn. There's been a lot of discussion over what he meant. Some say that sex is a sin unless one is married to their partner, and that the person would otherwise burn in hell. Some think it means that it is better to marry than to burn with passion in celibacy.

      I certainly don't see women nursing their children until the age of 12, nor their husbands waiting for their wives until then. Would you please quote the scripture that says that? The earth couldn't have been populated under that custom. ( And can't you just picture a 12 year old boy bending down to nurse from his mother? What misogynistic thinking! Ludicrous!

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      manatita44 

      15 months ago from london

      Well bro, each to his views. Lust, leading to promiscuity and procreation, are really different things. However, the teaching of the Saints is that desire is necessary. We can't just jump over it, like a bright lass in school. Just does not happen this way.

      In fact, we can go funny with repression, if we were not called or ready for the life of purity in words, thoughts and deeds. (Celebacy)

      Now, not trying to influence, but just saying that all traditions, including our Christianity, is rich with celebacy. We all, both East and West, have our mystic traditions and Christianity is full of Saints. I can name many of them here quite easily, if necessary.

      Finally, our biblical scriptures, which you love to quote so much, also speak of it.

      So it's there, Bro and for good reason, although I won't encourage any soul to rush unless there is a strong feeling of being called from within. The reason is a mystical one, but I will leave you to ask if you don't know and wish to learn. Peace.

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