Centrality of the Divine Mother in pre-Christian Northwestern Europe

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Vichitra Thandava

May 18, 2024, 2:32:20 AMMay 18
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This is a well researched history podcast by Dan Carlin on how Northwestern Europe was christianized between 800AD and 1100AD.  

As you know, most of white North America is northwest European in origin.

Part 1

In northwestern Europe including the British Isles, Scandinavia including Vikings, France, northwestern Russia, and Germany, the old Germanic religions were practiced.

The core part of their belief was that the Divine Mother resides in everyone and is what makes the world go around.  

There is a reference in the podcasts on this.

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