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Walking an Ancient Path: Rebirthing Goddess on Planet Earth

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The Sacred Feminine, whether viewed as an archetype, ideology or heavenly deity, has been stripped from our cultures, religions and psyches for several millennia. This book aids readers both new and familiar with Goddess to reawaken this knowledge, to experience the nurturing arms of the Mother, and perhaps, help humankind save itself.
Paperback, 393 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by John Hunt Publishing
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Steve Cran
Nov 19, 2015 Steve Cran rated it really liked it
Have you ever pondered the possibility of embracing Goddess spirituality? Are you searching for even to go to ? Organizations to align yourself with.?This book is a great place to start. FRom what I gather authoress Karen Tate , a follower of Iisis, has composed a great book for you to read.

Starting from the North she covers goddess spirituality from the persective of the elements and their directions. North pertains to the land and she coverers all the places she has made a pilgrimage to. As a
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Sheena Cundy
Dec 28, 2015 Sheena Cundy rated it really liked it
It was with excited anticipation that I waited for my copy of Walking an Ancient Path to arrive in the post... Already an advocate of Goddess spirituality, I couldn’t wait to read Karen Tate’s account of her own experiences on the Goddess path.
From the opening chapter of the preface I was drawn in by Tate’s
analogy of a wounded world in the absence of the Sacred Feminine - ‘much
like a child growing up without a mother’- . An endearing start to a heart-
warming story of a deeply personal journ
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Patti
Sep 23, 2009 Patti rated it it was ok
It is not often that I regret buying a book, but this book is one of those. I was very disappointed. What I expected to be a book filled with Goddess and Her path was actually closer to an autobiography of the author. Most of the book is detailed descriptions of her travels, rituals she's been involved in, prophetic dreams she's had, and other experiences. I was hoping to find ways to rebirth Goddess in my life and live my religion, but instead I know just about everything there is to know about ...more
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Jul 20, 2008 Sandra rated it it was amazing
My friend and mentor, Karen, has done more to rebirth the Goddess than anyone other than Rianne Eisler and Gimbatus.
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Considered a trail blazer and visionary in her community, Karen Tate is an independent scholar of the Sacred Feminine, published author, lecturer, radio show host and sacred tour leader. Her weekly radio show, Voices of the Sacred Feminine, airs every Wednesday evening. As a sacred tour leader, she has had her passport stamped on five continents as she chased down sacred sites circling the globe.

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