The Youthful God

As the goddess revels her wisdom and power through three distinct aspects, so does the divine male. The most youthful aspect of the god is the inseminator, youthful exuberance, pure energy, and the sense of playfulness are reflected in this god aspect. The inseminator is the bold youth, foolishly brave, and carefree. He is the archetype of youthful, active, outwardly directed power, and boisterous, sexually motivated, and extroverted as he faces the world. He is the party animal in all of us; he just wants to get down and have fun.

No matter what our gender, physical or otherwise, the inseminator is the wildness of our inner fire and our spontaneity to follow our instincts. He has no limits, no fear, sees all things as possible and only learns from his mistakes. Like the maiden goddess, the inseminator god is the energy of all that is pure of heart. He represents enthusiasm, physical strength, optimism, and energy. He also symbolizes our sexual energies and desires. He is that feeling of achievement when we beat the impossible and that urge to clown around.

As with the feminine divinity, male deity has darker aspects to its nature. The natural energies of this youthful god must flow freely in the expression of our lives. Holding on to the inseminator energies causes wild destructiveness, a lack of control of impulsiveness, a lack of life direction, and overwhelming self-indulgence.

The inseminator is known by various names in mythology such as Pan, Cupid, Eros, Loki, Gwion, Hermes, Adonis, Raven, and Taliesin.

Some Correspondences for the Inseminator

Solar phase: Waxing year
Season: Spring
Sabbat: Beltane
Colour: Gold or yellow
Direction: East
Incense: Cinnamon or pine
Magical Number: 3
Planet: Mars and the Sun
Chakra: Solar plexus

Blessings of love and light
Raven )O(

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