"Archaic peoples explain the emergence of the world from a mother goddess, the Great.
The Creator Goddess, while the womb and generative force of the universe whose very body is the sky,
land and waters. Reigned supreme when the Great Mother - Goddess parthenogenetic Paleolithic - the life emerged spontaneously, just as plants sprout from the earth.
Numerous statues bear witness that God the Mother is a historical reality,
highlighting the importance of maternal values in prehistoric cultures.
Robert Graves interprets the myth of Dionysus as the saga of the discovery of wine by men, and says the moment that God replaces Hestia on Olympus, is more an allusion to replacement of matriarchy by patriarchy among the peoples of ancient Europe.
Graves Lacan cites the introduction of Spring Awakening, Wedekind piece, where the author addresses this change.
Lacan says: “The old Europe had no gods. The Great Goddess was considered immortal, immutable and all-powerful, and the concept of membership by the father had not penetrated the thinking religious. How to know if, like Robert Graves formula, the Father Himself, the Eternal Father of us all, is no longer the name of the White Goddess among others, that your saying is lost in the night times, being the equal, another always in your joy. “
Lacan makes use of the hypothesis of Graves to speak as the absolute Other Woman. The meaning of God and for each subject, by being born a woman, inquired about the enjoyment that the woman would be beyond the phallus.”
I translated the article “The Essence of Femininity” by Marcio Peter Souza Leite.
Ignitus: ”Even in the darkest of times, there is always hope. But sometimes fear clouds our vision. Sometimes our strength gives out. And yet sometimes, when all seems lost, a light shines trough the darkness, and we are reminded thet even the smallest amount of courage can turn the tides of war.” The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon.