Isis feeding the Ankh of eternal life to an Egyptian Queen

The goddess Isis feeding the Ankh of eternal life to an Egyptian Queen.

In recent decades there has been a lot of debate as to whether God is a man or woman, or genderless. However, it starts to become obvious when looking through history in the Western world and in many other cultures, that God is primarily seen as a male e.g. the Christian Trinity.

So why do so many hold this view, and have for thousands of years? Is it correct? And what kind of effect could this have had upon our society and the place of women in it?

Many might say that this simply doesn’t matter, but could it be much more important than people think, and could its consequences already have had an impact on our own everyday lives?

This article explores just where the concept of an all male Godhead came from, and how the female should be an essential part of it.

Read the full article Reestablishing the Feminine in Godhead: The Role of the Mother Goddess in Divinity