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by Martha Ann,Dorothy Imel,Lee Redfield,Barba J. Suter,Mary K. Headley

Author: Martha Ann,Dorothy Imel,Lee Redfield,Barba J. Suter,Mary K. Headley
Language: English
Publisher: Our Many Names (1993)
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The Great Goddess book. Martha Ann, Dorothy Myers Imel. A very short introduction to Goddesses from around the world.

The Great Goddess book. Definitely only skims the surface, but that's the point of an introductory text. This little book made me aware of goddesses I would love to learn more about. Also had a great list of "further reading".

by Martha Ann, Dorothy Myers Imel, Lee Redfield. Publisher:Our Many Names. 35 lbs. Dimensions:8.

by Martha Ann, Martha Ann Imel, Martha Anne. The Great Goddess: An Introduction to Her Many Names. Covering 30,000 years of goddess worship, this fascinating book is the first and most comprehensive biographical dictionary devoted exclusively to mythological deities.

The Great Goddess An Introduction to Her Many Names by Martha Ann, Lee Redfield, Dorothy Myers Imel, Barba J. Suter, Mary K. Headley Paperback, 60 Pages, Published 1993 by Our Many Names ISBN-13: 978-638567-0-8, ISBN: 638567-0-7.

An Introduction to Her Many Names. by Martha Ann, Lee Redfield, Dorothy Myers Imel. Published September 1993 by Our Many Names.

From her forehead sprang Kali, a goddess whose name translates to the feminine form of Kaala, meaning time; a more . The idea of the Mother Goddess, also called the Great Mother or Great Goddess, has dominated the imaginations of modern scholars in several fields

From her forehead sprang Kali, a goddess whose name translates to the feminine form of Kaala, meaning time; a more literal translation of her name being "the creator or doer of time. Kali is representational of, among other things, the primordial energy of time - her first manifestation. The idea of the Mother Goddess, also called the Great Mother or Great Goddess, has dominated the imaginations of modern scholars in several fields. The image of the Mother Goddess with which we are familiar today has its modern genesis in the writings of Johann Jakob Bachofen.

Her voice rings out true and clear in Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World. This is a great book and will definitely lead to some life changes if you take it to heart

Her voice rings out true and clear in Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World. This book invites us to join in the chorus of daily communion with Christ, despite the pressures that threaten to silence us. Consider it as sheet music for your soul. Instead, she wisely and practically models how to balance the Mary and Martha qualities in us all. I especially appreciate her thoughts on expressing lavish love–to God and to humanity. Judith Couchman, Designing a Woman’s Life author and seminar leader. This is a great book and will definitely lead to some life changes if you take it to heart. The author does an excellent job of taking you through her own personal journey.

Harry is Ann's fatherMary is Josep's motherfather ephewbrothergrand . Finish the following: 1. Harry is Ann's.

Harry is Ann's fatherMary is Josep's motherfather ephewbrothergrand lawnephewdaughter -in-lawmother. 3. Harry is Ronald's. 4. Ann is Ronald's 5. Helen is Catherine's 6. Peter is Mary's.

Mary develops into a very complex character as the events of the short .

Mary develops into a very complex character as the events of the short story unfold. Mary is a typical housewife, waiting on her husband hand and foot. Mary is very manipulative in that she is able to create the character of the poor, pregnant wife, whose husband has just been murdered. She is able to convince the police to take pity on her, to mix her a drink and then to even eat the evidence, the leg of lamb that she has left in the oven. She faces many issues in dealing with her husband’s news that he is leaving her. She reacts based on her instincts and kills her husband and this shows her cold heartedness.

The goal of the women who collaborated on this project wished to empower women. Many women have been taught that goddesses were confined to the classical Greek and Roman period. We now know that female deities have been present for thousands of years, in nearly every part of the world. By letting you sample from the richness of female deity worship throughout "her-story," we hope you can gain new recognition of your own special powers. This booklet covers nine of the many geographical/cultural areas with a bountiful goddess tradition: Africa, Egypt, Greece, India, Japan, Mesoamerica, Mesopotamia, North American, and Semitic-speaking peoples. Each chapter covers one of these areas and is organized into the following sections: historical, indivdual deities with a cross-section of the more prominent goddesses worshiped, an illustration, and an elaboration of a particular goddess story, providing a modern slant for reclaiming power that might apply to your life. Stories were chosen to exemplify a variety of goddess-like personality characteristics present in many women. Includes a Bibliography on each section.