Five years ago Travis Nuckolls and Chris Baker conducted street interviews in Colorado Springs posing the question, “Do you believe homosexuals choose to be gay?” The question was followed up with, “When did you choose to be straight?” Interviewees stammered upon the realization that they didn’t actually make a conscious choice, revising their answer that perhaps homosexuals don’t choose either.
These two simple questions, revealing in themselves, beg two more not-so-simple questions whose answers could bring an end to the homosexual debate once and for all. What exactly is it that we find most terrifying about homosexuality? Is it the fear instilled in us by culture and conditioning condemning homosexuality as deviant or is it the lack of information in general?
The question of nature vs. nurture is tilting in favor of nature as the scientific community continues to research genetic, hormonal and even environmental factors that may influence sexual orientation. Though scientific data may be necessary for legislating our moral compass, it really isn’t necessary to rely on others or their data when one can easily turn to Nature for answers.
As Creation holistically is a self-perpetuating force, functioning within mutually-beneficial and self-similar fractals (cooperatively), no phenomenon exists singularly, but will be found duplicated throughout Nature on the micro and even macro level Universally.
In Nature, we observe both hetero- and homosexuality in humans and the animal kingdom. Over 1,500 species have exhibited homosexual tendencies, especially in social species. This behavior serves not only for sexual pleasure but in the case of many species, such as lions, for bonding and in other species, dominance.
In humans, though environmental influences may encourage experimental sexual contact with the same sex over a single episode or even years, ask any mother if she knew her child to be gay even before the child came to fully understand it.
Let’s expand our inquiry to the entirety of Creation. Remember that Creation, by its self definition, is a self-perpetuating force. What is least understood and certainly not taught in our education system is that the Universe is also sexual in nature. Let’s break this down a little further.
Our Universe is comprised of two complementary energy forms capable of creating matter. The energetic forces of the Universe’s negative and positive charges, called Yin-Yang in Eastern Culture, are expressed as gender in human form. One force expressing as two, they are the dynamic and originating force of Creation present on every level of life and the entire spectrum of Creation.
The Yin, or feminine primal force, is unlimited possibility as potential in formlessness. The Yang, or masculine, is consciousness as thought, will or intention. These inseparable forces are equal and have existed simultaneously within our Universe. One cannot exist without the other. This refutes the notion that God is any singular gender, separate from Its creations, or that any part of Creation preceded any other.
Physical intercourse is merely one form of love-making. All of Creation is a result of sexual exchange as Creation ceaselessly couples with itself inter-dimensionally. Even you and I are “coupling” as you read these words. See if you can spot the well-known pattern in the following numbers sequence.*
Out of no-thing, first dimensional masculine/feminine energy is coupling with itself, forming what is known as the Vesica Pisces or Womb of Creation—the second dimension. The second dimension may be where the Higgs boson resides as scalar field-like potential energy. As the first and second dimensions couple, the third dimension is borne under intense heat and pressure known as the Big Bang. Only, the Big Bang did not occur just once. The Big Bang IS occurring infinitely, the begotten Mother/Father God making love—more love, more of itself.
Now that we understand all of Creation is making love in every moment, let’s delicately apply this knowledge at the human level in the simplest terms. Creation means infinite expression. If this is so, we will see masculine and feminine energy in many expressions. In heterosexuality, the “hardware” matches the “software” in that perhaps the female form’s internal wiring will lead her to sexually prefer the opposite charge, her masculine counterpart. Wouldn’t it also be possible for positive and negative energy forms to exist within one body in that the form is masculine, but the internal makeup is feminine? Can you think of other forms of seeming paradoxical expression that exist?
The point is that it doesn’t matter the arrangement or the labels used to express these two primal forces that can never be torn asunder. No matter what image you put to it, Creation (God) made it all and is it all. The argument has been made that homosexuality is unnatural because it cannot conceive life. There is not one single moment of Creation coupling with itself that doesn’t create more of Itself in some expression. Even in heterosexual couplings, a child is not conceived every time. Third dimensional form is just one possible outcome.
All of Creation desires to experience blissful union with Itself; our inherent and natural state. It is when love-making is reduced to the unconscious act of personal human physical gratification that true deviation occurs and meaning is lost. Love defines all that is. To deny another the ritualistic and symbolic act of Oneness because he or she doesn’t look like you is birthed out of ignorance and fear of what already is. When we cease resisting the One meaning of all Life, then love exists simply in all of its expressions.
*Fibonacci Series or Phi.
Dedicated to the advancement of human consciousness, Christine Horner is the founder In the Garden Publishing, Bodhi UniversiTree and is the author of the recently published “What Is God? Rolling Back the Veil.” Her web site is www.ChristineHorner.com. This article may be reprinted in its entirety with full attribution.