Feminine power, a symbol of the unity of life in nature

Feminine power, a symbol of the unity of life in nature

The Goddess, a personification of all that is sacred and mysterious on this planet.

Ancient earth-centered cultures held the belief of the female as the center in matriarchal societies, Goddess-worshipping cultures near and far.

Our own mothering can be similar to Earth's mothering

The universe as the living body of a Goddess-Mother creator, and all living things within it as part of her divinity.

The iconography of the Great Goddess arises as a reflection and veneration of the laws of Nature.

Human beings have always been fascinated by her magnificence

Primordial attempts of the human species to understand and live in harmony with the beauty and wonder of Creation.

The resurgence of the Feminine at this time, evidences the relevance of the universal need for a general transformation of consciousness.

Is it possible in the future to live in an age of harmony and peace?

In concert with the creative energies of nature and the immense human potential?

There seems to be a coherent ideological system in the old Goddess religion using a vast body of symbols.

Is it possible to decipher the meaning of prehistoric art and religion? Are we able to reconstruct it, to some extent, through the pictorial symbols found in tombs, frescoes, figurines, pottery and paintings?

It’s fascinating to me investigating the relationships the Goddess had with animals, plants and the rest of nature. She’s the universal fruit-full source from where all came forth.

Also known as the Great Mother, the Goddess is described in ancient mythology as She who gives birth to all things from her womb. The Earth, Gaia, Pacha-Mama.

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