Tag Archives: gender

Knowledge & the Superiority complex

I write this, it is not such a pagany topic because it is something that effects all humans of every race, religion, and creed. Even people with no religion, have trouble not looking down on peeps sometimes. I just wanted … Continue reading

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Ishtar: The Feminist Symbol

Looking at Ishtar as a modern symbol of female empowerment. Continue reading

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Lilith: A Modern Goddess

Disclaimer: So, I am in the process of making this huge post on the goddess Ishtar in a modern interpretation. In the meantime, I wrote a modern view of Lilith as a goddess of Neopaganism, combining what I learned and … Continue reading

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