All Mother Goose rhymes were seeded by the Divine Mother to impart spiritual Truth. Here's my interpretation of "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
One: Recall--Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow, and everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go. It followed her to school one day, it was against the rule, it made the children laugh and play, to see a lamb at school.
This rhyme is about the real relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. It is obvious that Mary was in Master training (in "school"); and Jesus, often referred to as the "Lamb of God", was tagging along where he didn't belong! Jesus' purity is also referenced with the white fleece.
It speaks to two things. The first is that it is obvious that the female energy was dominant (which it really is, see my Divine Mother article for more), since SHE was in school and he wasn't. The second is that it could very well be that it is Mary who inspired Jesus' spiritual mastery! This is part of the Right Use of female power; inspiring men to their greatness, while sacrificing none of your own! He was obviously following HER lead.
The name "Mar-y" is of great spiritual significance. "Mar" is the root for "of the sea," perfect for the Piscean Age, of which Jesus is the most famous Master. In "The Cult of the Black Virgin," it says that there is a female master in every age named "Mary". In fact, the fish symbol for the Piscean Age is actually an ancient symbol for female genitalia. Another Truth hiding in plain sight. The word "nun" means fish. The dominance of the feminine energy was still being represented throughout this patriarchal age.
When I figured this out, I thought, "Mary Magdalene is the REAL Spiritual Superstar in that family," and I think Jesus would agree. The current interest in Her and their relationship is the revealing of the Truth about it. The rhyme is about Them specifically, and the true dominance of the Divine Mother, generally.
I would say that it is Mary Magdalene who led Jesus to the "water" of spiritual Truth, and, hence, to his True Destiny. I thank Them both for their high service!
Two: This rhyme can also be referring to the child or children of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. She "had a little lamb," a little Jesus. It still points to Mary as the real teacher in the family, as the child followed her to "school," even though that was prohibited. (Dissemination of True spiritual teachings is often considered an offense.)
Also see Linda Goodman's books for more on Mother Goose.
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