Monday, 17 September 2012

The World of the Goddess - Marija Gimbutas




There was a time before the insanity of the space cult Abrahamic patriarchal religions when for hundreds of thousands of years, maybe even a million or so, society lived in harmony with the land. There was no separation between land, human or animal. That whole subject, object illusion is a relatively late synthetic creation that a good blast of DMT or a medicinal Ayahuasca session can sort out for the pseudo cynic/sceptic crowd.

During these pre-Abrahamic space cult times, the mother Goddess was the focus of nature, regeneration, birth and worship with a more peaceful matrilinial way of living. The Abrahamic faiths needed to disguise their priests in women's frocks (cassocks) to pretend or allude to this femininity. The deception is evident when we study history.

Marija Gimbutas from Lithuania knew from her time growing up in Lithuania that the oral tradition provided much evidence of the female Goddess rather than the war male God. Frustrated with the archaeological focus of war and weaponry she returned to Europe and proved her hypothesis. That we are peaceful beings that new mother nature is the only thing worthy of worship and that of course it's of female origin.

An absorbing view of the culture, religious beliefs, symbolism and mythology of the prehistoric, pre-patriarchal cultures of Old Europe, who revered and celebrated the Great Goddess of Life, Death, and Regeneration in all her many forms, of plants, of stone, of animals and humans, by the scholar who has made the exploration of these cultures her life work.... The program is produced by William Free, producer of the acclaimed television series with Joseph Campbell, "Transformations of Myth through Time."

Marija Gimbutas:

Marija Gimbutas was a Lithuanian-American archeologist known for her research into the Neolithic and Bronze Age cultures of "Old Europe", a term she introduced. Her works published between 1946 and 1971 introduced new views by combining traditional spadework with linguistics and mythological interpretation.