The Bible And Female Ejaculatory Orgasms!

I recently read The Holy Letter, a 13th Century document attributed to Nahmanides. Nahmanides was a Jewish mystic, writing a marriage manual for the Cabbala. Its purpose was to produce learned sons. What impressed me most as a Protestant—I protest everything—was the Hebrew translation of Leviticus 12:2: “When a woman has an emission…” This is the first reference to female ejaculatory orgasms in Western Literature! Further, in the tractate Niddah of the Talmud, it is indicated that Increased passion (multiple female ejaculatory orgasms?) will produce a male child and less passion (a single ejaculatory orgasm?) will produce a female child.

Leviticus is attributed to Moses (1425 BCE) and thought by some to first be transcribed from the oral tradition by Ezra around 1000 BCE. However, most scholars today suggest it was first transcribed around 400 BCE.

It was around 400 BCE when Hippocrates came up with the “double seed” theory. This said male ejaculate and female ejaculate each contained seeds needed for conception of a child. Ergo, the only way a woman could have a child was if both parties ejaculated! Since most did, it was no big deal.

Galen (200 CE) confirmed this. The Roman Church from its inception in 325 CE, promoted female ejaculatory orgasm for purposes of procreation until 1770 when a scientist successfully artificially inseminated a water spaniel. Granted, this position was weakened by Leeuwenhoek in the late 1660’s when he could only see male sperm under the microscope. But this was blown off because women were inferior and probably had smaller seed. When the KJV was written in 1611, it says, “When a woman conceive a seed…” Now, you know what that means.

After 1770, both female orgasm and ejaculation was trivialized and pooh-poohed!
1886 – Krafft-Ebing – “Female ejaculation is a lesbian condition.”
1905 – Freud* – “Mucous discharge from the vagina is disgusting.”

But, based on the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, as translated from the Acta Apostolicae Sedis as recently as 1952, it is a sin for women NOT to ejaculate or fully give of themselves.

The point is for 3000 years–and probably thousands before that–women had ejaculatory orgasms as a matter of course. Women’s orgasms have only been shut down for the past 240 years or so. I find it strange that Christianity, especially the Roman Church that keeps marriage as a sacrament, treats sex so profanely, when many pagan religions treat it as sacred. Nahmanides also recommends an attitude of reverence for the woman and the act. In Sanskrit, the vulva is called the “yoni” which means the sacred place.

As an aside, “epigenitics” is the new science of showing how the mind, and other factors, control genetic responses. A term we may be more familiar with is “brainwashing”. Men and women have been “brainwashed” out of female ejaculation! If our minds tell women as they are about to ejaculate (feel the urge to void) they are going to urinate on their lover, then all the King’s horses and all the King’s men are not going to produce an ejaculatory orgasm! And if a man thinks his woman is urinating on him, or has other negative feelings about a woman’s sexual response of which he is ignorant, he may voice displeasure and the woman will acquiesce to please her lover. Of course, there are medical and physiological reasons as well. This is detrimental to both parties!

First, women are cheated out of the pleasure of an ejaculatory orgasm. This pleasure may be an order of magnitude greater than the genital climax to which they may be accustomed. Men are cheated, or may cheat themselves, out of the energy created by the experience that, “… can raise them from mediocrity to the altitude of genius.” (Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich, 1937.)

The bottom line is it is simply a matter of attitude. I do not expect man and women to regard their partners, nor the act of sexual intercourse as “sacred” after reading this blog. It is not going to happen! What can happen is first simply regarding both the partner and the act as a gift. Receive the gift with gratitude. Say, “Thank you”, if only for the instant gratification you receive. And remember, gentlemen that you are also a gift to her. In an LTR, there are a thousand gifts you may give to and receive from one another… out of the bedroom!

Also remember:
“There are a thousand ways to make love with a woman. If you add sex, you have a thousand and one.”
“Romance smells like candles, flowers and wine.
But love? Love smells like sweat and time.”

29 Responses to “The Bible And Female Ejaculatory Orgasms!”

  1. Mary Sue Says:

    I have only recently learned about feminine ejaculation. I found your ancient and Biblical references fascinating. This proves that you’re never too old to learn. Always learning keeps you young.

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      To me, what is more interesting is how we have been kept from information regarding our sexuality and guided toward the wilderness of pleasure while abjuring it at the same time. It is our transformation that is feared.

  2. Gayla Says:

    Before the Joy of Sex most women didn’t know beans about an Orgasm. I didn’t know I should have one and I didn’t have one. Back then it was all about not being “frigid” which was translated into not giving your husband sex on demand. That could mean with mine while bending over to put a roast in the oven, on the table while setting the table for dinner or anywhere at any time. That was all he thought about all the time and any type of rejection was being frigid even if we had sex just a few hours before. It was nothing but a bothersome chore. The idea of it having anything at all to do with religion would have been the silliest thing imaginable. Bad girls did it before marraige and that was not going to happen to me. Married women did it because they were married and had to and I was normal according to my conversations with my friends. .

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      The sexual shutdown of women began in the 2 millieum BC! It got hotter with the malleus Maleficarium in 1486, but the Roman Church wwas still promoting female ejaculation for procreation. About the time Looenhook couldn’t find female seed in 1660, was about the same time women in France stopped ejaculating as a birth control mechanism. After the Italian artificially inseminated a water spaniel in 1784, the Roman church shut down all pleasure for women. And this carried over into Protestantism. The Victorian era was really screwed up, and a lot of us were, and are, still living in it.

  3. carlfrankel Says:

    Fascinating and well written. As a person who’s part of a sexual awareness and empowerment business, this is useful as well as intriguing information.

    I especially like the last quotes:

    “There are a thousand ways to make love with a woman. If you add sex, you have a thousand and one.”
    And: “Romance smells like candles, flowers and wine.
    But love? Love smells like sweat and time.”

    Whose are they?

  4. denisehale Says:

    This history is fascinating. I am really enjoying reading your blogs. I too love the last quotes. Women are empowered through respect for their sexuality. When this empowerment is combined with spirituality there is a creative energy released that can be channeled for transformation of a more loving compassionate world. There is power in becoming more fully present and awakened to our sexuality. We have come so far (pun intended 😉

  5. Ruth Says:

    Wonderful enlightening discussion. My gratitude. ❤

  6. @SkepticSeeking God Says:

    You should look at . This is posted by a reverend. While I don’t agree with him, this reverend says that the female orgasm is a “gateway sin”. He uses the fact that only one third of women orgasm during intercourse to suggest those who enjoy sex are: ” Whores, witches, perverts, sexual deviants!”

    According to the good reverend, women should not enjoy sex at all since it’s purpose is to make babies. Instead they should lie still and be silent during sex. He even suggests praying to God so that you will have a healthy baby.

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      I fear the good reverend’s comments are tied to the Malleus Maleficarum, and the “Witch hunts” that killed as many as 9 million people from 1479 (Spanish Inquisition) to 1944 (the last successful prosecution for witchcraft in England.) Over 80% of these were women! The female orgasm is a gateway alright, but it is a gateway to our transformation. It is a gift of love. When we are transformed, we can see the BS in church and state so no wonder they don’t want women having orgasms! Further, he probably confuses (male) ejaculation with orgasm and it is a separate physiological response. However, we are to make male babies so they can become soldiers for church and state to acquire property and wealth. As a heretic, I fear nothing this site you mention can offer me, or the rest of the world anything of value.

  7. UpirLikhyj Says:

    Vayikra (Leviticus) 12:2 Orthodox Jewish Bible

    Speak unto the Bnei Yisroel (Children of Israel) saying, If an isha (woman) have conceived, and born a zachar (male child), then she shall be temeiah shivat yamim; according to the yamim of the niddah (menstruation separation) for her infirmity shall she be temeiah (unclean).”

    The term is not “emission” but “conceived.”

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      Thank you, Vayikra. I’m just a goy and I was going by the translation found in the Iggarett ha-Kodesh, as translated by Rabbi Seymore Cohen. There the term was “emission.” It makes sense, because of how the Roman Church promoted it until 1784 CE, with a little shying away in 1660. It also make sense in terms of Hippocrates “two-seed theory.”

      I called less than ten (maybe 7) Local Rabbis, and only one admitted to knowing about this. This is about the knowledge percentage of the general population.

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  11. JA Bosworth Says:

    The Hebrew Bible, (Old Testament) was written down from oral and some other sources, c.500 BCE after Cyrus II (the Great) of Persia, shortly after defeating the Babylonians under Belshazzar, allowed the Jews to return from Babylon to Judea/Israel in 538 BCE. Some of the contents — e.g, ‘Noah’s Flood’ — were drawn from archives in the Babylonian Library. An interesting fact is that the Jews considered Cyrus the Great — who was a polytheist — to be the equivalent of a Saint or Messiah because he liberated them. It is also from this period that modern Hebrew script was adopted.

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      There are many theories about when the Torah was “written,” as opposed to being oral. The point is to show that female ejaculation was not only included in the Bible as a natural occurrence, but also it was believed to be necessary for conception in that culture. Would it not be accepted in other cultures for that reason as well? (Guys always gotta have a reason.)

  12. Brenda Says:

    Um Leviticus 12:2 talks about child birth. I’m not saying this article doesn’t have some points but why its twisted a scripture in the bible is beyond me. Leviticus 12:2 “Speak to the children of Israel, saying, ‘If a woman conceives, and bears a male child, then “she shall be unclean seven days; as in the days of her monthly period she shall be unclean.”

    • thesacredfemale Says:

      Thank you, Brenda. My translation of the Hebrew, first comes from Rabbi Seymore Cohen and next from my old King James Version of the Bible. At least in 1611, even the scribes who translated the Latin into English had more knowledge of sexual biology than we do today. Although they believed female orgasmic emissions were necessary for conception, which they are not, they recognized the common occurrence of these emissions. I really find it humorous all the modern translations of the Bible. Not much different from the scribes of old. The Jeohova’s Witness Bible refers to this as menstrual fluid, which contraindicates conception. Oh, in my KJV there is nothing about a ‘monthly period.’ I didn’t twist it. The modern scribes did.

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  15. luci Says:

    Leviticus 12:2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying: If a woman be delivered, and bear a man-child, then she shall be unclean seven days; as in the days of the impurity of her sickness shall she be unclean.
    ב  דַּבֵּר אֶל-בְּנֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל, לֵאמֹר, אִשָּׁה כִּי תַזְרִיעַ, וְיָלְדָה זָכָר–וְטָמְאָה שִׁבְעַת יָמִים, כִּימֵי נִדַּת דְּו‍ֹתָהּ תִּטְמָא

    Is about periods. Which are not ejaculations.

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