Historical Sacred Female Symbolism From Around the World — Etymology, Mythos, and Sacred Geometry | Stillness in the Storm

In effect, the archetypal female image, her body, bosom, and womb, have been weaponized as symbolic tools against the masses. Due to the ignorance and unawareness of how archetypal symbolism impacts consciousness, the average person assumes these are merely marketing techniques because “sex sells.”

But in the mythos of modern society, indoctrinated by Abrahamic religions, Eve is blamed for tempting Adam in the Garden of Eden. And for most of human history, the sexual and life-giving nature of the female form was villainized as an insidious temptation of men. Thankfully this trend is fading, but amid the climate of social justice and progressivism, some people find any discussion of the differences between men and women as sexist.

Source: Historical Sacred Female Symbolism From Around the World — Etymology, Mythos, and Sacred Geometry | Stillness in the Storm

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