This is an interesting article and goes well with an article I previously wrote:
- Ishtar, Goddess of Sex, War & Fertility: Why Easter should be about her! (kassiinova.wordpress.com)
- What do you find Challenging about being a High Priestess? (afsanaydely.com)
- Easter Is Not Named After Ishtar, And Other Truths I Have To Tell You (bellejarblog.wordpress.com)
- Symbolism Of The Goddess And The Serpent (anunnakifiles.com)
My awareness of the Goddess came to me somewhere in my early 30’s and deciding to seek her out academically many years later has been an awakening, as are all major truths in our lives. To my surprise I discovered that much of the world for millennia lived in a world where their God was female and she was the Goddess – benevolent, fertile and above all sexual. Very sexual! Today we have a profound difficulty in associating the profession of the prostitute with anything vaguely associated with sacredness, but in ancient times these women were held in the highest esteem in the temples of the Great Mother Goddess. The sacred prostitute or temple priestess became the representation of the goddess in physical form and with their bodies entered into sacred sexual rituals with the men who came to worship.
My studies have shown me that long before Christianity (which…
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