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Scholarly classicsWhile Campbell’s work reached wide and deep as he covered the world’s great mythological traditions he never wrote a book on goddesses in world mythology He did however have much to say on the subject Between 1972 and 1986 he gave over twenty lectures and workshops on goddesses exploring the figures functions symbols and themes of the feminine divine following them through their transformations across cultures and epochsIn this provocative volume editor Safron Rossi a goddes. This book is a collection of Joseph Campbell s lectures and workshops on goddesses that explore the symbols and themes of the feminine divine Edited by Safron Rossi this book is a treasure chest and overview of Campbell s perspective on goddess mythology A terrific read for anyone interested in the goddess tradition but as a writer and psychotherapist I feel this book is an important source for writers therapists particularly Jungian and sandplay therapists and adds an important piece to Joseph Campbell s body of work Highly recommended

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The first Joseph Campbell work to focus on the Goddess edited and introduced by Safron Rossi PhD Curator of Collections at Opus Archives and Research Center home to the archival collections of Joseph Campbell Marija Gimbutas James Hillman and other scholars of mythology Jungian and archetypal psychology and the humanitiesJoseph Campbell brought mythology to a mass audience His bestselling books including The Power of Myth and The Hero with a Thousand Faces are the rare blockbusters that are also. I am going to say this again Joseph Cambell was writing about Jungian Archetypes and world mythology long before Jordan Petersen came on the scene and does it much better than him and without the right wing reactionary and misogynist baggage I was into Campbell in the 1980s and the 1990s and revisit him in part because his legacy is being poisoned by ideologues like Petersen to further his right wing agenda Much better to go to the unadulterated original master of this stuffUpdate 5252020 I don t know man it seems since the coronavirus outbreak I have been drawing on a lot of older influences in my education

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S studies scholar professor of mythology and curator of collections at Opus Archives which holds the Joseph Campbell archival manuscript collection and personal library collects these lectures for the first time In them Campbell traces the evolution of the feminine divine from one Great Goddess to many from Neolithic Old Europe to the Renaissance He sheds new light on classical motifs and reveals how the feminine divine symbolizes the archetypal energies of transformation initiation and inspirati. This exceedingly well edited collection of essays lectures and notes by Joseph Campbell was useful in seeing his overall opinion of goddesses in mythology and the goddess as she appears in various mythologies


10 thoughts on “Goddesses Mysteries of the Feminine Divine

  1. says:

    I am going to say this again Joseph Cambell was writing about Jungian Archetypes and world mythology long before Jordan Petersen came on the scene and does it much better than him and without the right wing reactionary and misogynist baggage I was into Campbell in the 1980s and the 1990s and revisit him in part because his legacy is being poisoned by ideologues like Petersen to further his right wing agenda Much better

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    Gender conflict has deep historical roots Goddesses Mysteries of the Divine Feminine is a book based on lectures and notes by the late Joseph Campbell It is produced by the Joseph Campbell Foundation and edited by Dr Safron Rossi The book traces the Goddess in history from ancient times and peoples to around the time of the European Renaissance around the 15th centuryIt is a fascinating work and an in depth lo

  3. says:

    Joseph Campbell is a well known scholar of mythology who has taught a number if years at the University level and has authored numero

  4. says:

    I don't know how to put into words how great this book is

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    For those of you who are unfamiliar with Joseph Campbell know that he was a renowned mythologist endowed with the ability to make myth accessible and appealing to all It is a true pleasure to read his works and to receive his knowledge of the spiritual principles ingrained in all legendsThis book is a compilation of lectur

  6. says:

    This book is a collection of Joseph Campbell's lectures and workshops on goddesses that explore the symbols and themes of the feminine divine Edited by Safron Rossi this book is a treasure chest and overview of Campbell's perspective on goddess mythology A terrific read for anyone interested in the goddess trad

  7. says:

    This exceedingly well edited collection of essays lectures and notes by Joseph Campbell was useful in seeing his overall opinion of goddesses

  8. says:

    I came across Joseph Campbell's lectures on the goddesses at a time when I was in a faith crisis precipitated by the realization that my participation in a religious organization with an all male priesthood had caused me to interna

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    Read the chapters I needed up to the Gods and Goddess of Ancient Greece Its been a while since I read anything even close to scholarly and I really enjoyed Campbell's cross cultural approach to understanding both the power of the Goddess and how that power was eventually stripped away as Creator Father figures took over My only complaint is t

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    A little dated and a little disjointed and as ever I always want him to finish his thoughts His mercurial mind jumps to the next thing before wrapping up a subject But that aside the only other criticism is how short this was I want Miraculous

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