The Dove at South Korean Olympics

It is important to make note here, that what was written  immediately below in describing the opening ceremonies of the South Korean Winter Games, was written before the last part of this post containing info on references to the dove in Scriptures, animal wisdom, etc.

Please also take note of several earlier posts involving love, motherhood, Mother Earth and restoration and unification of balance Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine.

You can check out the posts on Becky the Beaver and other self-evident titles. Now, we’ve all seen on television what has been shown to me in my visions.

It’s not enough to know and to want and to desire, we must take action and the greatest weapon of my warfare is Prayer.

No more guns, no more wars, no more laws.  To continue to try with what has never worked is the absolute definition of insanity

I finished this portion, and at the end of the post it has all been brought together in a summation of what the message would appear to be saying.  Peace brothers and sisters, peace!

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I happened to turn on the television for the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics  in South Korea and saw the part where four people were singing and as they sang lights began to flicker in the stands.  Eventually they started coming down off the stands and in from the opening entrances to the building.

The singers were singing John Lennon’s song, Imagine.  I’m including the words of the song so in reading them you can feel their energy; the powerful, beautiful, healing and unifying energy that permeated the stadium during this ceremony.  Don’t forget all of the people like you and me who may have been watching that ceremony, with our hearts radiating the same love energy, together with the energy of all of the people who were in attendance at the ceremonies.

Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today… Aha-ah…

Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace… You…

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world… You…

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will live as one

I wish I was a physicist so I could set out in black and white the image I am trying to paint with these words.  I am not, and so I am believing the Spirit who writes this post, whose words you are reading, that her Love has an energy greater than any we could imagine.

 

The people took on the shape of two doves, one on the right and the other to the left of the singers. I figured this was it, it was impressive. But, there is more.

I then saw the formations losing, breaking up and I thought they were leaving the stadium.  They gathered back together forming a new shape, one large dove encompassing the singers within her breast as it were.  Powerful!  Two had become as one and in that healing included with them the four children who had been singing.

I would have been happy if that were the end of this symbolic message, but it wasn’t.

The next stage of this unifying process, the outline of One Dove, was to see tiny flickering lights begin to stream down from the stands, slowly walking towards this dove, who I will now call Mother Dove.  As they touched on Mother’s exterior it was like she became porous, opening up to allow all of her children to come home.

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Dove Symbol of Holy Spirit

As a women who has been around churches and religion I am well aware of instances where the Dove appears in Scripture.  One that is ever present with me was when Yeshua was Baptized by John the Baptist and as he came out of the water the Spirit descended on him in the form of a dove.  All gospels give an account of this event, and each is slightly

Yeshua Baptism-Dove
Holy Spirit Descends on Yeshua in Form of a Dove

different so there’s a need to provide the wording of each account.

  • Luke 3:21-22 “When all the people were being baptized, Jesus was baptized too. And as he was praying, heaven was opened and the Holy Spirit descended on him in bodily form like a dove. And a voice came from heaven: “You are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased.”
  •  Matthew 3:16  “As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him”
  • Mark 1:10  “Just as Jesus was coming up out of the water, he saw heaven being torn open and the Spirit descending on him like a dove”
  • John 1:32:  “Then John gave this testimony: “I saw the Spirit come down from heaven as a dove and remain on him”.

The dove is often used as an interchangeable form for the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit).  After Yeshua delivered himself, made it his decision, to be baptized; made the commitment to the Father, the Father’s Spirit descended upon Yeshua and anointed him as he now began his earthly assignment.

How typical it is in the stories of the men and women in Scripture to be blessed and then immediately be lead into situations where they are challenged and tempted and pushed beyond human ability to continue forward.  Yeshua was no different.  We are told that he ‘learned obedience through the things he suffered.’

Try and imagine, if you will, what it is like to be isolated in a country you know nothing about where there is no sign of life, no sign of food and water; the kisses of the sun become scorching rays burning your skin and at night when the sun sleeps, the winds howl, the temperature dives and you hear far, far off wild animals and terrifying sounds.  Imagine doing this without break or reprieve for 40 days.

Then having imagined what you would feel like mentally, physically and emotionally, what would you do if someone came along and offered you some reprieve from any one of those uncomfortable and perhaps life threatening situations.

What would you do if your very life was on the line and a seemingly harmless offer is made to you by a stranger that would get you out of it; even if what you had to do wouldn’t really harm any one or thing else (or so you think).  Would you succumb to that offer?

Without hesitation I tell you that I am not sure, which at least is a good thing for me, because years ago if you asked me I know what I would have said, “Your dam right I’d take the offer.  What fool wouldn’t?”

Other Bible/Torah Dove Symbolism

  • Peace: The dove is first mentioned in the Bible/Torah following the flood when
    Dove and Olive Branch
    Dove with Olive Branch – Symbol of Peace

    Noah sent one out to find land (Gen. 8:8) and when she did, she came back with an olive branch in her beak

  • Sin Offerings: when people couldn’t afford a sin offering of lambs, rams, goats or heifers, doves were affordable (Lev. 5:7-11)
  • Believers:  When Yeshua was sending out his disciples to preach and teach he said to them:  “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves” (Matt 10:16)
  • Beauty:  In the Song of Solomon, Solomon uses the dove on several occasions to express the beauty of the woman he loves.  Every time I read the Song I am able to see what Solomon is saying, it’s that powerful.  (I referenced the Song suggesting Mary & Yeshua’s love story was much more powerful in my post on Mary & Yeshua’s first meetup). (Song of Solomon 1:15, 2:14, 4:1, 5:2)

The Prophet Hosea is writing about Israel and there are references to the dove.  Because of the symbolism of Peace that of course was the suggestive use of the Dove in the South Korean Opening Ceremonies, I feel that it is necessary to remove Hosea from being solely a reference to Beauty, so that the Peace message does not get lost.  This is what Hosea had to say.

  • Hosea 7:11: “Ephraim is like a dove, easily deceived and senseless— now calling to Egypt, now turning to Assyria” and that,
  • Hosea 11:11:  “They will come from Egypt, trembling like sparrows, from Assyria, fluttering like doves. I will settle them in their homes,” declares the Lord”.

Just an aside note here, check out the energy of verse 11:11 of Hosea.  11 is a master number.  The energies are powerful.  You can find all kinds of material on any numerology, astrology, metaphysical web site.

Dove Animal Spirit – Symbol of Motherhood & Nurturing

Doves produce their own milk which is called crop or pigeon milk.  They do this in order to feed their own children.  Doves are symbols of:

  • nurturing, and
  • motherhood

Doves produce their own milk? Yep, it’s called “crop milk” or “pigeons milk.” It’s an oddity in nature for birds to produce their own milk to feed their young. From this unique ability, we can glean symbolism of nurturing. In fact, doves are commonly considered a symbol of motherhood.

CONCLUDING MESSAGE

I can’t help but believe that all of this is tied together.  I see the outpouring of support for women and girls around the world, the restoration of the Divine Feminine to her side-by-side position with the Divine Masculine, enshrouding all of this with what Spirit revealed through me in writing about what it was Spirit saw looking at that scene in the Olympic Stadium, ultimately describing it as a Mother welcoming her children home, opening up the unified Oneness … where once there were two, Mother restored with Father, and then and only then will all the children of the world feel peace and the ability to return home, without fear.

~~ Shammah (2018)

2 comments

  1. Although, in the physical sense of things, the opening ceremony and the doves probably have most to do with the two Koreas, in the bigger spiritual picture, the sides must be eliminated and form a core nucleus of Truth. Only then can there be true and lasting peace. It will only happen with those with consciousness expanded enough to realize it. Everything else falls away until Supreme Consciousness (the Spirit or Ruach) becomes the foundation of the what is to come.

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