Doju Freire

Doju Freire

Artista, autrice nell’ambito dell'arte e spiritualità (Dojo Zen Sanrin/GPIW; vedi: "Di silenzio in silenzio", ed. Anima Mundi, “Come una Nuvola”, Ed. Frik&book)
Doju Freire
More ideas from Doju
nossa senhora da espectação - Pesquisa Google

nossa senhora da espectação - Pesquisa Google

mujeres en la cultura -

cucuteni trypillian culture Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest neolithic civilizations eastern europe 1

Neolithic, Anatolian Seated Goddess Figurine -- Excavation site, Çatal Höyük.

In a 10 month investigation, Sunday Night infiltrates one of the world's most worrying new cults. But most chilling, this cult is Australian, spreading and

Mexico demands halt to Sotheby's pre-Columbian auction

Mexico demands halt to Sotheby's pre-Columbian auction 51 items of pre-Columbian art in the Barbier-Mueller sale belong to Mexico, experts claim Mex.

10959468_10152657655403321_307563324845261611_n.jpg (261×470)

10959468_10152657655403321_307563324845261611_n.jpg (261×470)

Valdivia Venus Figures — Ecuador 3000 BC - 2500 BC Valdivia pottery "Venus" figures from Ecuador. Rare and very early artifacts; Valdivia is among the earliest known cultures to create art in the Americas.

Valdivia Venus Figures — Ecuador 3000 BC - 2500 BC Valdivia pottery "Venus" figures from Ecuador. Rare and very early artifacts; Valdivia is among the earliest known cultures to create art in the Americas.

"Through an understanding of what the Goddess was, we can better understand nature and we can build our ideologies so that it will be easier for us to live."  With Marija Gimbutas

"Through an understanding of what the Goddess was, we can better understand nature and we can build our ideologies so that it will be easier for us to live." With Marija Gimbutas

The Sign of the Goddess Tanit. Carthage. c. 5th century BCE to 2nd century CE

Today we hononr the Symbols of the Great Goddess Tanit, Carthage and a few other regions. century BCE to century CE. Her origin symbols, evolved into the projection from shadow, the Hamesh Hands & the Serpent Goddesses with their hands held up.