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Posted by porknbeans on 2006.07.07 at 16:13
I've done a quick Google, and can't seem to find a definition to "sacred feminine" I can wrap my head around. Yes, I'm reading The Da Vinci Code.

Is it the notion of one Goddess, as in, all goddesses throughout all cultures are really aspects of the one Goddess? Or is it something else?

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stark404
stark404 at 2006-07-09 02:26 (UTC) (Link)
Best as I can understand it, I think the whole idea is stemming from the earlier deity being female rather than the Judeo-Christian male God, which of course, the church in Rome could not allow to become common knowledge.
the traveller
porknbeans at 2006-07-09 08:50 (UTC) (Link)
the earlier deity being female rather than the Judeo-Christian male God


As in, one goddess most everyone knew of and worshipped in the ancient world? Through all cultures?
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