Modern society is experiencing a tremendous revival of interest in Goddess spirituality, which is found in all ancient cultures and civilizations. As we become aware of the fragility of our environment and of issues such as climate change, we feel a pressing need to rediscover our age-old relationship with the Earth and the cycles of life and time. This book weaves a pattern of Goddess research, spiritual practices and contemporary ideas. It draws on the fields of history and archaeology, folklore and legend, earth mysteries, and new physics and anthropology, and explores the space where science and magic meet.
Cheryl Straffon is well-known and widely involved in the international Goddess network. She edits two magazines, Goddess Alive! and Meyn Mamvro, and runs a publishing firm in Cornwall where she lives, bringing out titles on local sacred sites and traditions.