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Inside goddesses.com & goddessesblog

With goddesses.com celebrating its 25th birthday this year, we are introducing an interesting new series focused upon goddess references, themes, and subtext in a variety of entertainment product from recent years.

As always, we will provide you with news about the latest archaeological discoveries, as well as our analysis about their potential archaeomythology meaning.

Many scholars of the prehistoric past will tell you that there is no way we will ever be able to know what prehistoric people were thinking because they didn’t have written language. However, they did have an extremely significant method of communicating their beliefs by use of symbols. We have found that these symbols evoke ideas. We recommend that you utilize your powerful intuition to ponder what thoughts prehistoric humans might have been trying to convey. You might not be right, but you may come close.

Please let us know your thoughts on any of our thoughts and articles, and feel free to submit articles you think would be appropriate to publish on goddesses.com or goddessesblog.

We look forward to hearing from you.


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