Peacock symbolism is associated with an ancient middle eastern religion and with the goddesses Hera and Yemanja..check it out!
“When you kill someone, you kill yourself”
~ Yezidi Faqir
I have always had a fascination with belief systems that manifest into full blown religions. We tend to think today of the Abrahamic faith’s i.e. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, then we acknowledge the Hindu’s, Jain’s the Taoists and Buddhism, however there are so many religions that most of us never hear about unless we start to dig into history. Since I am searching for genetic and historical information that leads to the distortion of the importance of the feminine face of God and how, the Great Mother Goddess was highjacked by patriarchy to be referred to as God with a male pronoun, I am often led to some very interesting discoveries.
Hera, (pictured above) Greek queen of goddesses, represents the power of women to stand for what they know is right, even in the face of societal disapproval and scorn.
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