Goddesses Sunday Review of Books

Sunday, October 11, 2020 - "There are goddesses in every woman," proposes the author. "The more complex the woman, the more likely she is to have many goddesses active within her." She then sets out to help readers on their path to deciding which goddess archetypes within them to cultivate and which to overcome.

Sunday, October 18, 2020 - This is a wonderful book if you want to take a great leap into the deep end, into what is known about a civilization that lasted for thousands of years before recorded civilization, written by the archaeologist who excavated in a new way that yielded surprising results, a prehistoric civilization she called Old Europe.

Sunday, October 25, 2020 - On a Sunday long ago, my attention was captured by a Los Angeles Times book review of this book that led me to purchase it. After reading it, I went on a quest deep into the author's sources, leading to many further explorations.

Sunday, January 3, 2021 - Long in the Goddesses library, "The Hebrew Goddess" by Raphael Patai offers an incredibly deep dive into understanding, with Raphael as your buddy breather. From ubiquitous goddesses of Prehistory, he guides you to goddesses Asherah, Anath, and Astarte, then beyond. "The Hebrew Goddess" will link your neuron clusters and blow your mind.