Mysteries of the Feminine Divine, with Safron Rossi – July – 5 – Mythosophia


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In this episode we wanted to try a crossover from a JCF Mythological RoundTable event for a Mythosophia episode. We talk a bit in the beginning, then we cut away to snip-its of Safron’s talk. While it may seem like a more odd episode to listen to, when we edit in the video and imagery, it could be one of our best.
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Goddesses: Mysteries of the Feminine Divine, edited by Safron Rossi, is the first Joseph Campbell publication to focus on the goddess. Safron is Curator of Collections at Opus Archives & Research Center where she works closely with Joseph Campbell’s published and unpublished work. Beyond an introduction to this study of gures, functions, symbols, and themes of the feminine divine from Neolithic Old Europe to the Renaissance–when we meet under the Teaching Tree–Safron will refresh, renew, and expand upon Campbell’s work with her updated research into myth, depth psychology, astrology, goddess traditions, and Feminist Studies.Safron Rossi holds an MA and PhD in mythological studies and depth psychology. In addition to her curatorial role with Opus, Safron is Associate Core Faculty at Pacica Graduate Institute in the Depth Psychology Jungian and Archetypal Studies MA/PhD program where she teaches courses on mythology and depth psychology.

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http://www.amazon.com/Goddesses-Mysteries-Feminine-Collected-Campbell/dp/1608681823

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