Maiden, Mother, Crone: The Myth and Reality of the Triple Goddess

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 229 pages
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For over 2000 years, the symbol of the trinity has been represented by a male deity. Through this trinity people have looked for salvation and revelation. But the time has come to reveal the ancient truth, one that precedes the male interpretation of the spiritual journey by thousands of years. This truth is the Triple Goddess: "Maiden, Mother, Crone." Through knowledge of the three aspects of the Goddess, people throughout the world have come home to the Divine Center of themselves. Now you can apply the formula of the Triple Three to daily life and use the empowering knowledge for self-discovery and growth, just as others have done for centuries. The Triple Goddess is an invaluable guide to your individual evolutionary journey.
 

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Contents

4 The Goddess as Maiden
21
The Mother
43
The Goddess as Crone
77
Other Sacred Threes and Multiples
103
Importance of the Sacred Three Today
125
Maiden Mother Crone
147
Endnotes
193
Bibliography
207
Index
223
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About the author (1994)

A native of the Pacific Northwest, author D.J. Conway has studied the occult fields for over 35 years. Her quest for knowledge has covered every aspect of Paganism and Wicca to New Age and Eastern philosophies; plus history, the magical arts, philosophy, customs, mythologies and folklore. In 1998, she was voted Best Wiccan and New Age author by Silver Chalice, a Pagan magazine.

Conway is the author of  more than 20 nonfiction  books including: Celtic Magic(Llewellyn), Dancing with Dragons(Llewellyn), Mystical Dragon Magic(Llewellyn), The Ancient Art of Faery Magick(10 Speed Press), and The Little Book of Candle Magic(10 Speed Press).

She lives a rather quiet life, with most of her time spent researching and writing.

 

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