The Minoan Snake Goddess


In ancient civilizations historians tell us the goddess was powerful, revered. The snakes held high in her outstretched arms were venerated for they connection to the earth-the ground of being-and for their ability to transform as they shed their skin for a new one . This image was from a time when women were honored.

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