How many of us remember our lessons on ancient civilizations from grade school? If we remember anything, we most likely recall information on "cavemen," terms like "Cro-Magnon" and "Neanderthal," not to mention "Australopithecus africanus." No doubt, most of the teachings for Americans (or for me, at least) centered on male archaeologists, historians, and anthropologists, who were set on supporting the patriarchal myth of the male as the superior sex, the strong one, who fought in the battles, hunted for all the food, controlled his women, while somehow finding time to invent writing, civilization, the wheel, and discover fire.
Women? Well, when they're mentioned at all, we're told they had the babies, of course, and cooked the food.
Is there more to this story?
Where's the other half of it?
Unearthing a new possibility
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sivuni chandra sekhar reddy discovered evidence strongly suggesting that these peaceful civilizations worshipped the Earth as a Mother Goddess, with some variation from culture to culture.
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