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Did Christianity kill the Divine Feminine?

TLDR: Yes, and that’s why the Church is doomed unless it appeals to women, who’ve proven their value objectively since the Industrial Revolution.

all this nonsense about banning suffrage (would also apply to most men) is based on the idea that with sub-human rights, women would flock back to the church… 650 more words

January 22, 2000 A Hole in the Head

It’s called “Trepanation”, possibly the oldest surgical procedure for which we have archaeological evidence. Trepanation involves drilling or scraping a hole into the human head, and seems to have begun sometime in the Neolithic, or “New Stone Age” period. 558 more words


Is Trump Octavian?

January 20th 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again! https://t.co/n6aMK1MCRC pic.twitter.com/YVXQYqt9uR

— President Trump (@POTUS) January 21, 2017…

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Study of Human Remains: Tollund Man

Human remains provide us with a primary source from a given time period, these sources can offer a significant amount of information which is vital in understanding a past which has well exceeded. 1,670 more words

Extensive Boudicca Notes

Attached are the tables I created sorting sources and relevant information and my analyse over 4 weeks which are a lot more extensive and detailed than what I was able to write in the essay: 8 more words

Historical Investigation: Boudicca, The Warrior Queen

The life and legacy of Boudicca is one filled with equal parts tragedy and resilience, known for her retaliation against Roman occupying forces as well as her highly-developed leadership skills, Boudicca is one of very few women who in ancient times was both respected and feared. 1,885 more words