nok-ind:

Look at the similarities. 

This image symbolizes the union of woman and man. Woman gives birth to man, unites with him and together they are fruitful in the world working to support and produce life. Man alone cannot give life because the vaginal canal alone has no life in it. The ovaries have the life and the womb carries the life

In yoruba thought what we are looking at is the portal to the invisible realms. It is why the Mothers are where its at spiritually. Each woman is born with her own portal, which men dont have obviously. at a larger scale, it is called Olodumare - owner of the womb of the rainbow serpent. Obviously feminine. Most call Olodumare “God,” but actually “in Yoruba thought “God” is source and is beyond male female because these polarities do not exist at the source. and this “womb” is God’s portal to the physical universes.

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