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Day: February 17, 2020

9 classics to kick off your Divine Feminine reading list

I first met the Divine Feminine in a book. It was Goethe’s Faust, and after hundreds of pages of dense, bewildering story about the quest for power and knowledge, I had little hope for a good ending. But then I read its final two lines, and they changed my life: “The Eternal Feminine draws us onward.” I know some people insist that the Divine Feminine

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The Ultimate Divine Feminine Reading List

Do you want to deepen your spiritual, intellectual, and emotional relationship with the Divine Feminine? As a Divine Feminine scholar, I’d like to offer you my personal reading list for Feminist seekers! Enter your email to get the PDF download right to your inbox.

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