Goddess History Return

The 200,000 History of The Goddess and Your Role In Her Return

Katalina Aster

Katalina is a writer, community builder, and changemaker. Her journalism background, coupled with a passion for creating global change, allows her to write articles on a variety of cutting edge topics related to health, spirituality, higher consciousness, and human connection. Since childhood, a sequence of events and new beliefs all came together to open a new path for her. This led her to learning about astrology, crystal healing, metaphysics, numerology, Tarot readings and new age philosophies. Using these philosophies and knowledge, Katalina hopes to inspire others to find their way to happiness, loving conscious relationships, and feeling more connected to the universe.

1 Response

  1. Morrighan says:

    Hi, Katalina. Thank you for writing this lovely piece. I would like to point out the only criticism/point I have. You wrote: “The divine feminine is creative, flexible and full of flow, visionary, intuitive, feeling-based, nurturing and joyful. While the divine masculine is more mind-based,direct and active, logical and structural, and external. Together, they create the divine union. The masculine is direction, feminine is the creativity behind it.”

    As a Pagan, I’ve read up on many deities. There are goddesses whom some would say have more “masculine” roles and aspects(Athena, Artemis, etc.), and gods whom one could say have more “feminine” aspects. (Loki is the first one that comes to mind)
    I’ve learned that the deities don’t fit well into “boxes.” Also, that may be alienating to non gender-conforming people. (I’m cis, but I read a lot of posts by people who are not, and try to be cognizant of their feelings/needs.)

    Sorry to nit-pick, but felt a strong need to speak my mind. Thank you for being another voice seeking social justice and balance. (Patriarchal societies and religions really grind my gears!)

    Sincerely,
    Morrighan

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