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Marija Gimbutas (1921-1994) was Professor of European Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Curator of Old World Archaeology at what is now the Fowler Museum of Cultural History. She published twenty books during her long and distinguished career. She presents old world European culture as a goddess worshiping/matrilineal culture. Sound Photosynthesis proudly presents two of her recordings as DVDs.
Embodying the Spiritual in the Art of the Future: Goddesses of the Ancient Future
Marija Gimbutas was Professor of European Archeology at UCLA and Curator of Old World Archeology at UCLA Museum of Cultural History. She is author of The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe 6500-3500 B.C.: Myth and Cult Images and Language of the Goddess.
Goddess Archeology Lecture
Marija Gimbutas, Ph.D., a preeminent figure in the archeology and mythology of prehistoric Europe, examines the values, imagery and mythology of the Goddess and traces her continuity as it reappears in contemporary awareness. The Friday night lecture that introduced the weekend of Marija Gimbutas' life work showing archeological findings that substantiate the Goddess Theories about Europe between 6500 B.C. and 2500 B. C..
Goddess Archeology Workshop
The two day weekend workshop that followed the Friday night lecture of Marija Gimbutas' life work showing archeological findings that substantiate the Goddess Theories about Europe between 6500 B.C. and 2500 B. C..
Intuitive Risk Taking
The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe
New and Updated version about European civilization between 6500 and 3500 B.C. --long before Greek or Judaeo-Christian civilizations flourished--was not a provincial reflection of neighboring Near Eastern cultures but a distinct culture with its own unique identity. Dr. Gimbutas was a Professor Emeritus of European Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles when she rocked the male dominated archaeological perspective. Much current historical reinterpretation is occurring around the information in this book.
The Language of the Goddess
The Living Goddesses
The World of the Goddess
An absorbing view of the culture, religious beliefs, symbolism and mythology of the prehistoric, prepatriarchal 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 of humans--by the scholar who has made the exploration of these cultures her 0life work.
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