Burning like a silver flame: The Mother of Rome and the Patroness of ancient Wine Festivals

Originally the early Latin goddess of vegetation, a patroness of vineyards and gardens, Venus became deliberately associated with the Greek Goddess Aphrodite and assumed many of her aspects. The name … Continue reading Burning like a silver flame: The Mother of Rome and the Patroness of ancient Wine Festivals

The Men Behind the Gods and the Power of the Ancient Media

Out of all the millions of myths around the world today, I think we can agree that Greek mythology is arguably the most famous. A significant reason for this is … Continue reading The Men Behind the Gods and the Power of the Ancient Media

The Horse, the Snake and the Dog: The Three Heads of the Real Queen of the Night

At the dark of the moon, an ancient goddess walked through the roads of ancient Greece, accompanied by sacred dogs and bearing a blazing torch. Occasionally she stopped to gather … Continue reading The Horse, the Snake and the Dog: The Three Heads of the Real Queen of the Night

Charm of the Ancient Enchantress: Aphrodite and the Mystery of Passion

Aphrodite embodies love and passion because she manages to successfully balance the two concepts. In fact, can we argue that in her depictions, Aphrodite is never that much more gorgeous than other goddesses such as Athena, Hera or Artemis? She must have had something extra that made people utterly charmed by her.

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

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