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“Man is not the enemy here, but the fellow victim” ~ Betty Friedan


As spring arrives in the Northern hemisphere you can always sense it. It is perhaps the story we tell children, a myth as old as the earth. The Goddess is returning from the underworld.

But more than being a seasonal occurrence, we have known that the divine feminine has not been in balance with the masculine energies in the world for thousands of years. Beyond the idea of pre-civilization matriarchy we have to wonder; has she ever been? The answer is probably not. And why so?

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