The Shekinah, as described in the Old Testament of the Bible, that is, the Torah and Talmud, which is the history and law of the Jews, is ‘the feminine spirit of God’ dwelling in the tent of the tabernacle, during the Jews’ exodus from slavery to the Pharaoh of Egypt, Thutmose III (1485-1431 B.C.). Taking the form of a pillar of fire by night, and a cloud by day (Ex: 13. 21-22), she guides the Jews to the land God promised, which suggests she corresponds to what the folklorists of the Middle East described as a genie in the 8th century story collection, 1001 Nights, who emerge when rings or oil lamps are polished, or from uncorked bottles, and travel on flying carpets.
The Shekinah is specifically described as residing with the Ark of the Covenant, or ‘box’ containing the commandments of the law, given to their leader, Moses, by the creator, God, which effectively defined killing as theft, that is, the taking of life to some degree or other, although the law of God was believed superseded by the later New Testament teaching of Jesus ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) However, as with the Sharia law of the Moslems of the nations of Islam, punishment for transgression was severe, that is, execution, which suggests the Ark of the Covenant was the Jews’ ‘snuff box’.
Although ground tobacco is ‘snuff’, the term is used in the modern era to denote illegal filmed recordings of people being killed ‘live’ for the entertainment of voyeuristic perverts. As women have their own penis’ semen for the sexual reproduction of their futanarian species’ brainpower, smoking women down to the butt in the guise of cigarettes, and ingesting tobacco nasally, as if ball snorting women’s testicles, is how misanthropy celebrates the extinguishment of women’s seed.
As Jesus was born of his mother, the Virgin Mary, he was women’s seed, so when a woman was accused of adultery, and the expected punishment was stoning her to death, Jesus said, ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.’ (John: 8. 7) As men are the race of women’s parasites, women are adulterated, but aren’t adulterous. As an independent species, they aren’t naturally slaves of a marriage ring. However, execution for adultery was practiced by Judaism. The Shekinah, indwelling in the tent of the tabernacle by the snuff box, was the repository of all those souls bereft of bodily existence, after being summarily punished for the crime of adultery, which they weren’t guilty of.
According to the developmental psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), there were archetypes in the human psyche, for example, the female soul of a man was the anima, which functioned as a guide to sexual reproduction, while the contrasexual component in women was the animus, characterized by a throng of male admirers. Jung argued that the archetype of the ‘Self’ was unconscious, and that there was a central ‘God archetype’, a source from which all other archetypes drew their life in the dreams, art and imagination of individuals. However, as women’s seed is the human race, the anima soul properly belongs there, while Jung’s animus corresponds to men’s desire to snuff women’s species, that is, the animus is men’s spirit, while the anima corresponds to ‘the feminine spirit of God’, which is the Shekinah, who constitutes the repository of human souls, wrongfully condemned and executed for adultery.
The 20th century equivalent of the Shekinah was the mushroom cloud from an A-bomb, which similarly contains wrongfully executed souls. The only occasion it was used in the 20th century was to end the war with Japan in the Pacific theater of WWII (1939-45), when US’ B-29 superfortress aircraft, Enola Gay and Bokscar, carrying ‘Little Boy’ and ‘Fat Man’, dropped those nuclear bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6th and 9th, 1945. Although Shinto is the official religion of Japan, that is, ancestor veneration, the New Testament has this to say about souls taken up in a cloud, ‘After that, we who are still alive, and are left, will be caught up together with them in the clouds.’ (Thess: 4. 17) The souls of the women of the nations of Islam, wrongfully executed for adultery, might also expect to be taken up, although the fact that Moslems pray on carpets suggests flying up into the clouds is culturally anticipated, while the Shekinah, who in Islam is Sakīnah (سكينة), that is, ‘tranquility’, retains the role of the genie emerging from smoking puffs.