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All of this combined created a vision of the past that was heavily tainted by the expectations and experience of those who unearthed ancient sites.
Apr 08, Dave rated it really liked it. This book is poorly written, Ms.
The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future (Updated With a New Epilogue)
A pessoa deixava de ser merecedora por seu nascimento ou conquista forcada. The snake was sl healing sign. Apparently, the author and the publisher thought that this page work of prevaricated, atrociously researched swill was passable.
Anyway, we don’t know for sure about prehistoric beliefs, but do we need to? While Eisler is very good at supporting her claims, my margin notes were a mess because each time I questioned a claim, the next paragraph would explain it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The second approach is referred to as the partnership model or chalice. Enorme alegria de viver, maior q o espadda da morte.
Proper dating technology has painted a new picture of the ancient past. Was there a hatred that sparked Jesus’ disciples to try and oust the women placed in positions of leadership in the church? How do we learn such amazing things and then “forget” them for centuries on end? In doing so, it firmly established the Goddess in my life, and as I look back it is responsible for my decision to become a Witch and devote my life to the feminine energy of the Goddess.
Eisler directs our attention to the least advertised stages of societal evolution, those of relative peace and prosperity, in which nothing strident rises up to catch the eye – and which we fail, rather consistently, to recognize as eras of manifest achievement. And too many readers don’t get that far.
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Here are the marauders, the invaders, the warriors, the kings; the students of the blade. Lack of proof is not disproof.
Why does our society seem to stagnate for thousands of years at a time? It tends to happen that each new book I read then becomes my favorite – but this book did such a good job answering so many questions for me giving me a system wide look instead of too focused that I am now in ep of my new worldview.
Como armas e raios. Throughout the book she uses anecdotes and her own reasoning, as opposed to actual evidence, to support her theory that for thousands of years these female dominated societies ruled the world and everything was peachy.
It was pure blasphemy.
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This is more than an extreme stretch, especially if you’re talking about Paleolithic hunter-gatherers and early Neolithic peoples. Human beings, by the way, are considered to exhibit both patterns. We have the technology to feed, clothe, and house people, but as long as we surrender to the dominator model, resources will continue to be concentrated in the hands of the few while the many suffer from need and lack.
But, I have read Joseph Cambell’s primitiv So, I give this book 5 stars even though I know well the controversy about Gimbutas’s work, Eisler based her prehistoric analysis on.
Starting about 10, years ago, and continuing for a period of about 30 centuries, widespread Five stars. This book and its sequel, Sacred Pleasure, really need to be read back to back, because it shows how society can be changed by the stories we tell ourselves and each other and how power can be usurped based on untruts about the feminine, and that within the masculine.
The first half is in large part a summary and popularizing of the work of archaeologist Marija Gimbutas, who argues that before the spread of Indo-European civilization there existed a matrifocal [NOT matriarchal: Nevertheless, if she would have used precise language i.
Those parts were a little uncomfortable to read about. If they do it’s a profound book, not to be forgotten. You’ll have some fun with this. To hear about their destruction at the hands of dominator societies, heartbreaking. This book was required reading for a workshop I attended on Starr Island for a Religious Education retreat sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association It changed my life as I began to understand and believe that there espadaa an alternative to the Dominator model which most of our world has been living under for the last 4, years.