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The triple goddess; an exploration of the archetypal feminine

By: McLean, Adam
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Hermetic Research Series; 1)Grand Rapids, MI Phanes Press c1989Description: 122p; illusContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933999-78-XSubject(s): Gods & goddesses | Trinity | Mythology--Interpretation | Archetype (Psychology) | Feminine Principle | Demeter (Greek deity) | Persephone (Greek deity) | Hecate (Greek deity) | Hera (Greek deity)
Contents:
The triple goddess in Greek creation myths. The daughters of Night. The Erinyes or Furies. The Moirae or Fates. The Hesperides. The daughters of the sea deities: the Phorcydes. The Gorgons. The Graeae. The Sirens. The Harpies. The daughters of the Sky God. The Horae. The Charities or Graces. The Muses. Demeter and Persephone. Hecate. Hera. The judgement of Paris. Additional examples of the triple goddess found in various traditions. .
Abstract: 'This book explores the inner structure of the Triple Goddess and shows how, by relating to this archetype, one can overcome and redeem the inner tendency toward dualism....A unique overview of the various Goddesses of antiquity, this volume stands as a valuable resource for anyone interested in the nature of the Feminine.'
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Demeter and Persephone (Greek Mythology) : p57-65.. Hecate (Greek Goddess) : p66-9.. Hera (Greek Deity) : p71-3.

The triple goddess in Greek creation myths. The daughters of Night. The Erinyes or Furies. The Moirae or Fates. The Hesperides. The daughters of the sea deities: the Phorcydes. The Gorgons. The Graeae. The Sirens. The Harpies. The daughters of the Sky God. The Horae. The Charities or Graces. The Muses. Demeter and Persephone. Hecate. Hera. The judgement of Paris. Additional examples of the triple goddess found in various traditions. .

'This book explores the inner structure of the Triple Goddess and shows how, by relating to this archetype, one can overcome and redeem the inner tendency toward dualism....A unique overview of the various Goddesses of antiquity, this volume stands as a valuable resource for anyone interested in the nature of the Feminine.'

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