From Ancient Roots to the Present:

Bringing Goddess alive in Her World

With Kathy Jones, Priestess of Avalon

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Presentation 1: Images of Goddess from Ancient Times to the Present Day

An introduction to some of the many thousands of Goddess figurines and images created by our Goddess-loving ancestors across Europe and Asia from the earliest times. Of all the figurines found by archaeologists 99% are female images. Why is this and what does it tell us about the beliefs and understanding of your ancestors about the Source of all Life? How do these ancient images connect to our ideas about Goddess in the present day?

Above image: Venus of Lespugue 26,000-24,000BCE

Presentation 2: Inspiring Temples of the Goddess from Ancient Times to the Present Day

A presentation on some of the many Temples which were created in the ancient world in celebration of Goddess. Journeying from the first Cave Temples of the ancestors in Greece, France and Spain, to the built Temples of Anatolia, Malta, Greece, Egypt and Britain. Reaching to the present day and the opening of many new Goddess Temples across the world.

Above image: Temple of Mnajdra, Malta 3,150-2,500 BCE

Presentation 3: Goddess in the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury Avalon

The Isle of Avalon is the Sacred and Ever Present Land of Goddess. The small country town of Glastonbury in Somerset, England is a gateway to that enchanted land, the Isle of Avalon. Here Goddess is celebrated as Lady of Avalon. This presentation explores the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury/Avalon and how Goddess can be experienced here today in many different ways.

Above image: Glastonbury surrounded by the Mysts that veil the Mysteries of Avalon

Presentation 4: Bringing MotherWorld into Being

MotherWorld is the society which places Mother Earth, mothers and the values of mothering and caring in the centre of our lives. In these changing times everyone is recognising the importance of all those who care for other people, who give of themselves, for the good of others. We have a powerful opportunity now to not return to the old ‘normal’ ways of living, but to change how we do everything as individuals and as communities. This presentation is about the future we can create together.

Above image: Priestesses from Glastonbury Goddess Temple join the Million Women Rise protest in London