Join 80,000 others
in my newsletter and
get a free ebook!

Introduction to Natural Allopathic Medicine eBook Cover
HOMESpiritual Psychology

Homosexual Love and Hate

Published on May 1, 2015

There are only two paths in life one leads to love the other to hate (and a host of other bad feelings and endless thoughts). Most of us either make it or break it, in this regard, over sexuality, which is a battlefield of our souls. The greatest threat to love in the world is the abandonment of the feminine principle—depriving environments for children that are most repressive of sexual affection and female sexuality.

California Attorney General Kamala Harris had to ask a state court for permission to reject a proposed ballot initiative stipulating that anyone who engages in gay sex be executed. "This proposal not only threatens public safety, it is patently unconstitutional, utterly reprehensible, and has no place in a civil society," Harris said.

This is not a joke. There are millions of people who secretly feel the same, because their religious bibles tell them to judge homosexuals. The old testament actually lists many sexual crimes punishable by death and though we hopefully pray to a God of love many if not most fall for the hate variety of divinity. Through sexual hate, the human race has enslaved itself to an endless wheel of conflict and suffering. We call this sexual fundamentalism.

Now politicians are getting in the act. Arkansas lawmakers have given final approval to a religious freedom bill that has drawn sharp criticism from opponents who say it opens the door to state-sanctioned discrimination against gays and lesbians. If enacted, the move will make Arkansas the second state to enact such a law this year. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a similar bill last week, and 19 other states have comparable measures on the books.

Justice Kennedy on the other hand has insisted that laws disadvantaging gays and lesbians violate their dignity and their constitutional rights to liberty and equality. These are God given rights (that governments are always hoping to steal away) yet many religious people do not seem to think that God favors liberty and an equality between men and woman independent of sexual preference and choice of a marriage partner.

The Saudi kingdom gives us an example of the religious right to put down homosexuals as well as woman. A few weeks ago Margot Wallström, the Swedish foreign minister, denounced the subjugation of women in Saudi Arabia. As the theocratic kingdom prevents women from travelling, conducting official business or marrying without the permission of male guardians, and as girls can be forced into child marriages where they are effectively raped by old men, she was telling no more than the truth. Wallström went on to condemn the Saudi courts for ordering that Raif Badawi receive ten years in prison and 1,000 lashes for setting up a website that championed secularism and free speech. Read Wallström’s story of the backlash against her and her country for speaking out against such righteous behaviors. It seems the Saudis prove the point that if you have enough money and power one can get away with anything.

You have the power to open the door for a better health and understanding of your body! Here is the Key

Woman have been abused badly by the world’s religions and so have homosexuals. Young adults who are lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) are at far higher risk for severe mental health problems than their heterosexual peers. New research from Concordia University suggests that the stress of being rejected or victimized because of sexual orientation may disrupt hormonal responses in LGBs. Mental health professionals have long known that LGB teens face significantly elevated risks of mental health problems, including suicidal thoughts and suicidal attempts. Individuals who experienced more LGB-related stress – arguments about sexual identity, bullying or discrimination – had higher internalized homophobia and showed increased production of the stress hormone cortisol compared to peers in more positive environments.

Homophobia can range from quietly discouraging homosexual activity, explicitly forbidding same-sex sexual practices among adherents and actively opposing social acceptance of homosexuality, to execution.

Loneliness kills. That’s the conclusion of a new study by Brigham Young University researchers who are sounding the alarm on what could be the next big public-health issue, on par with obesity and substance abuse. The subjective feeling of loneliness increases risk of death by 26%, according to the new study in the journal Perspectives on Psychological Science. Social isolation — or lacking social connection — and living alone were found to be even more devastating to a person’s health than feeling lonely, respectively increasing mortality risk by 29% and 32%.

Obviously most people are looking for love, or at least some time off from the horrors of too much loneliness when they open sexually to another. Many in Japan just give up all together on sex, love and relationships and purposefully go it alone. Too many of the young, and a greater share of LGB people end it all with suicide. Stress for so many is already off the Richter scale. Human violence is on the increase and we see more and more about the people who really get off on that. Homophobia is a violence of hate as is child sexual abuse and rape. We are a sick race of beings thinking we are much better than we actually are.

“The Catholic Church does not want gay people to get married. They just want gay people to remain single and sexless for life. Catholics don’t hate gay people. They love gay people. They love them so much that they’ll do everything in their power to make sure gay people can never get married or have sex.”

If you really want to understand the violence against LGBs watch this video where everyone is gay and the heterosexual is persecuted. When two people find love the question is how to maintain that love? How to maintain a total openness of being between two hearts that merge into one is not a little question or life path? When I talk about love I am talking about the pursuit of permanent and stable intimate relationships where people grow together through time.

Without acceptance of individual differences and choices we will never find harmony and peace on earth. Today anyone who promotes the acceptance of homosexuality and homosexual households as ‘normal’ is going to run into trouble, especially from the religious right. If religion makes a mess out of ‘normal’ sexual lives, imagine the terror it rains on homosexuals who are cast out from society and consigned to living in hell for their immorality. The bible and its ardent believers have this compulsion to dictate right from wrong with them being eternally right and everyone that goes against their teachings wrong.

The roots of our attitudes toward homosexuality are in the society that existed in Israel before the birth of Christ.

# # #


Learn Dr Sircus protocol including dosages, methods, side effects and contra-indications. This bundle includes the special edition of Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, Treatment Essentials and Sodium Bicarbonate eBooks.

get yours

Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

Director International Medical Veritas Association
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine

Join 80,000 others
in my newsletter and
get a free ebook!

Introduction to Natural Allopathic Medicine eBook Cover


For questions pertaining to your own personal health issues or for specific dosing of Dr. Sircus's protocol items please seek a consultation or visit our knowledge base to see if your question may have been answered previously.
  • Joe

    Great essay – thanks so much for posting this.

  • mic

    As a small child growing up in a religious household, most of the dogma that was/is purported and passed on as “the only way” never quite made any common sense [to me]. It was hard to fathom a “God” so infinite and omnipotent that was also “jealous”…who, on one hand, admonished killing (dependent upon the circumstance) but at the same ‘time’ “commanded” us not to kill. Of course, these are but two examples out of many but overall, none of it seemed so-called “right”.

    Although I’ve for the longest been considered an outcast – which was/is not at all a problem for me – it is/was far more important that I use my heart~mind and brain to uncover the truth and fact of many matters because it was quite obvious [to me] that religion/university/society did not guarantee it. In so doing, I’ve uncovered so much that has been purposely withheld from US (the masses…the so-called “sheeple”…the 995%) that if we only knew, collectively, we…WE…would be the sovereign Humans Beings we can Be. However, what we have been indoctorinated (sp) NOT to do is ask serious, probing questions of everything and everyone. Our mis-education has involved automatically believing (what is labeled as) “authority” outright…hardly ever doing any due diligence at getting to the bottom of what is generally delt with on extremely surface levels.

    A most important question we do not ask our Selves along with the ministers and preachers and others delusionally wielding ‘authority’ is what is the “source” of these teachings…where did it all [REALLY] originate…why [for what REAL purpose] did it originate…and how was it allowed to be so wide-spread when his/story clearly shows that over the years, most of what was considered liberating and empowering to ‘the people’ was suppressed/discredited/devalued but we find religions in abundance on every corner while the ‘the world’ seems to be more entranced in spiritual sickness than (possibly) ever before that is obviously not being treated instead is simply veiled, as to make US believe there’s no sickness at all. Anyway, it all goes back to questioning others and our Selves and Self-education. It shows that surely Dr. Sircus has asked questions of western medicine and him Self because if not, the site would not educate and expand the reader from a wider perspective outside of synthetic drugs which still seems to be this corporation’s end -all to all dis-ease.. While We are so far away, in the same breath, We are so close…We only have to open our minds, hearts and eyes to all that has been hidden in plain sight.

  • Immanuel Christian

    There is also the question of collective guilt. Now, the fact of the matter is, it is too late to turn the clock back as we are at the eve of destruction but individuals can escape by living in the fear of the Lord and being strictly moral.

  • Bob

    In addition, no one is persecuting the LBGT’s – in fact it is the other way around as Christians are having the their Freedom of Religion rights violated that are protected under the first bill in the Bill of Rights. If you want to use your logic, then Christians should be able to go to gay t-shirt makers and demand they make t-shirts with the scriptures and verses declaring homosexuality to be a sin and abomination in the sight of God.

    • smartass


    • smartass

      LGBT are terribly discriminated against. Your right to your religion ends when it hurts another human being

  • Bob

    God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. If he destroyed the two wicked cities of Sodom and Gomorah because of this sin…do you think God is so fickle that he now says its okay?

    Wake up Sircus! Your flowery prose does not change the facts. Its a sin in the old testament AND new testament. Its not okay to say that this approved of in any way by God, and to dishonor marriage, which God made between a man and woman, into something else is just plain stupid.

    It not only violates God’s law, but natural law as well which forms the foundation of the founding documents in America. This behavior is not normal, and can be made to happen by polluting rivers and streams with chemicals which changes aquatic normal behavior and even changes the species themselves.

    • smartass


    • smartass


  • Cheryl

    Dear Dr Sircus
    Re article homosexuals etc.
    It is totally wrong for you or anyone to say that the Bible teaches us to judge homosexuals. The Bible categorically states we are not to judge anyone. No one is perfect. I believe homosexuality is wrong but I would not judge a homosexual any more than I would judge someone who commits any other sin.