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The Witches' Goddess: The Feminine Principle of Divinity (1987)

by Janet Farrar, Stewart Farrar

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In the category of the Feminine Face of God, this book examines the "Feminine Principle of Divinity" examining her history, planet symbolism, her disguises in the Bible, importance to women, and her influence on women today.
  mastringer | Jun 10, 2009 |
This is a very biased book with many inaccuracies. I keep it only as a reference knowing that what I read in it must be taken with a grain of salt. ( )
  willowcove | Apr 12, 2008 |
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This is the definitive Witch's Bible, published by the Farrars. It is a must have for anyone researching, studying, or seeking to learn age old Wiccan/Pagan traditional philosophy, as well as detailed, illustrated instructions on performing solitary, or group rituals.
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This book is of great practical value in discovering and celebrating the transforming energy of the Feminine Principle of Divinity. Part I covers the myriad faces of the Goddess revealed, including: Her presence throughout history; Her Earth and Moon symbolism; Her Madonna and Magdalene disguises; Her revelation within the psyche; Her relationship with women; Her influence today; and much more. Part II covers ritual invocations of the Goddess in 13 guises: from Ishtar to Isis, from Hecate to Aphrodite, from Epona to Ma'at. Part III gives an alphabetical listing of more than 1000 goddesses including a brief history and the main correspondences of each. This is an important work by the Farrars providing an indepth exploration of the Goddess in her many aspects at a time when Western culture is awakening to the influence of Feminine Divinity, both individually and collectively. Over 40,000 sold!

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