• The Embrace

    The Embrace.

    “His left hand is under my head,
    and his right hand embraces me.”
    Song of Solomon 8:3 NKJV

    Obviously they were lying down. His left hand is under her head, his right hand embraces her, and it is in this position she tells him

    "I would lead you and bring you
    into the house of my mother,
    she who used to instruct me.
    I would cause you to drink of spiced wine,
    Of the juice of my pomegranate.”
    Song of Solomon 8:2 NKJV

    And no, the bride was not just giving her man a glass of pomegranate juice to drink! In ancient times the pomegranate was well known as a symbol of fertility. In reality this is the perfect position in which he can explore and fondle her body with his free hand, caress her supple breasts, stroke her thighs, and stimulate her clitoris, moist vagina, and surrounding area in preparation for further sensual adventures.

    "The fig tree puts forth her green figs,
    and the vines with the tender grapes
    give a good smell.
    Rise up, my love, my fair one,
    and come away!"
    Song of Solomon 2:13 NKJV


    Again, another ancient symbol of sexual fertility. In some Middle Eastern languages fig was used to speak of the vagina. Open up a purple fig and it is easy to see why.

    “The mandrakes give off a fragrance,
    and at our gates are pleasant fruits,
    all manner, new and old,
    which I have laid up for you, my beloved.”
    Song of Solomon 7:13 NKJV

    Mandrakes are known as "love apples," and were thought to stir up sexual desire. (Genesis 30:14-16). If figs look like female sexual organs, mandrakes look like male. After all, they often look like two legs with a large penis between them.


    The Embrace.


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