The A to Z Book of Goddesses

The A to Z Book of Goddesses

If your idea of a goddess resembles a Hollywood screen goddess, you might be surprised to learn that there are goddesses with tiger’s teeth, dog’s legs, and leopard’s tails, that can become birds, snakes, or any number of other creatures. They might live in a cave, in the ocean, on a mountain, travel the universe, or reside on the moon. That they lived long before mankind existed and, in fact, created the world for us to live on. From birth to death and beyond there is a goddess for every eventuality! This illustrated compendium of Goddesses from around the world will tell you more than you thought there was to know about the lives, loves, and character of these divinities.

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If your idea of a goddess resembles a Hollywood screen goddess, you might be surprised to learn that there are goddesses with tiger’s teeth, dog’s legs, and leopard’s tails, that can become birds, snakes, or any number of other creatures. They might live in a cave, in the ocean, on a mountain, travel the universe, or reside on the moon. That they lived long before mankind existed and, in fact, created the world for us to live on. From birth to death and beyond there is a goddess for every eventuality! This illustrated compendium of Goddesses from around the world will tell you more than you thought there was to know about the lives, loves, and character of these divinities.

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Series: The A to Z Books
Genre: Educational
Tags: Art Books, Coming Soon
ASIN: 1941345948
ISBN: 9781941345948
About the Author
Michael P. Earney

Michael Earney is a renowned fine arts painter and has been a commercial artist, tee-shirt designer, maker of one-of-a-kind decorative folding-screens and headboards, ceramic sculptor, a potter, and an award-winning documentary filmmaker.

He co-authored Land and Cattle; his paintings of Mexican masks are collected and published as Magic Faces, Caras Magicas, and he wrote the text which is in English and Spanish. His work is included in Las Aves de los altos de Chiapas and La Pitahaya en las Artes Plasticas, and has contributed both artwork and writing to a variety of publications.

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