Women & Religion. The Goddess Cultures. The political, economic, social and religious foundation of matriarchal society was the agricultural year. Fostered a cyclical view of life birth, death, re-birth The Great Goddess or Mother Goddess personified Mother Earth as is the supreme deity.
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The Goddess Cultures
Fostered a cyclical view of life birth, death, re-birth
The Great Goddess or Mother Goddess personified Mother Earth as is the supreme deityThe Great Goddess
They worshiped the Great Goddess to receive these blessings
All women are considered daughters of the great goddess, are highly valued and hold important positions including the head of family
By her increasing illumination the whole nature of man is clarified; through her humans arrives at the truthIndo-Iranian religion
The temples of Hera, were the very earliest monumental Greek temples constructed, in the 8th century BC.
Was originally the goddess of a matriarchal people, presumably inhabiting Greece before the Hellenes.Graeco-Roman religion
Associated with Spring, plants, animals and fertilityCeltic religion