Women and the Sacred Invention of Beer

Plato said “He was a wise man who invented beer.” But he was mistaken. The inventor of beer was not a man, but a women. Or, to be more precise, a group of women.

Inclusivity, Tolerance and the Golden Age of Islam

To this day, poems by Muhammad Jalal ad-Din Rumi have sold millions of copies. This makes him one of the most famous poets in the world. His poems were often compared to Shakespeare’s for their resonance. Meanwhile, Rumi lived in the close of the Golden Age of Islam. His writings on tolerance give us further value in offering a glimpse of the beliefs and tradition in which Rumi experienced in his lifetime.

Message from Martini: “I have a YouTube Channel – I would Love for You to Join Me”

I have recently started my own YouTube channel. The reason behind this decision is that I want to share my views, insights and knowledge on this blog as well as in video format. There are many topics that I am very excited to discuss on video as well as in written form in this blog.

New Release – Time Maps: Matriarchy and the Goddess Culture

What happened when women ruled the world? There are many questions about the Old Culture – a culture even before history was written. Whatever happened to the Great Goddess? When … Continue reading New Release – Time Maps: Matriarchy and the Goddess Culture

She Survived … and Still Very Much the Queen: Java’s Ratu Kidul and the Tradition of Ocean Goddesses

I am at the moment still pressing on with my side of the research into the goddess culture for the upcoming Time Maps: Matriarchy and the Goddess Culture, and I … Continue reading She Survived … and Still Very Much the Queen: Java’s Ratu Kidul and the Tradition of Ocean Goddesses

A Balanced Partitioning: Gender Roles and a Society where Sexism Doesn’t Exist

I am currently working on my part for the fourth Time Maps book called “Matriarchy and the Goddess Culture”. Therefore, my research will play a considerable role in my blog … Continue reading A Balanced Partitioning: Gender Roles and a Society where Sexism Doesn’t Exist

The Lost Legend of the Human Races: The People who Haven’t Found Their Way Back to Each Other

At the beginning of this cycle of time, the Great Spirit divided the people of the world into five groups, giving each of them a different color. To each he gave … Continue reading The Lost Legend of the Human Races: The People who Haven’t Found Their Way Back to Each Other

Join Me for a Live-Stream on the Ancient Arts of Promoting Your Business

What do you, a concubine and an emperor have in common? You are all passionate about something that not many people understand. This makes introducing what you do and getting … Continue reading Join Me for a Live-Stream on the Ancient Arts of Promoting Your Business

New Release – Time Maps: Evolution of Languages and Writings

Where did sounds, words and languages come from? What happens when a language disappears? What happens when a way of writing becomes extinct? In this third volume of the Time … Continue reading New Release – Time Maps: Evolution of Languages and Writings