Adam and Eve, or Ask and Embla, The Gods and The Divine Feminine

The first two humans created on Earth were Adam and Eve, it is said.
According to norse mythology, it is Ask and Embla:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ask_and_Embla

Also, the process, described in Poetic Edda:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odin#Poetic_Edda

This might be the source of the inspiration of the story of Adam and Eve.
Except in Ask and Embla, you have 3 gods, Odin, Hœnir, and Lóðurr.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C5%93nir
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%B3%C3%B0urr

Also, in previous post I said the similarities are striking( Lao Dan, Wo Dan).
In Tao Te Ching, in first Chapters, it is dedicated to the Divine Feminine or Mother Goddess.

To quote: (chapter 1)
Tao (The Way) that can be spoken of is not the Constant Tao’
The name that can be named is not a Constant Name.
Nameless, is the origin of Heaven and Earth;
The named is the Mother of all things.
Thus, the constant void enables one to observe the true essence.
The constant being enables one to see the outward manifestations.
These two come paired from the same origin.
But when the essence is manifested,
It has a different name.
This same origin is called “The Profound Mystery.”
As profound the mystery as It can be,
It is the Gate to the essence of all life.
Source: http://www.with.org/tao_te_ching_en.pdf

Similar source is this:
http://www.sacred-texts.com/tao/taote.htm

The references to the Divine Feminine can be found in Chapters 1, 4 and 6.(most notable).

My emphasis is the closer you go to the Source of all legends, the closer you get to the old, ancient, Truth. That Truth, is the oracle of all oracles.

Also, this way you get to the origin of All, and this fits with the description of Wes Penre when he emphasized the Divine Feminine.

I ask the reader to research on his own the sources, it can get to realization of higher Truths. I also suggest researching everything related to Taoism, including all movements that used teachings of Taoism.

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