Tradition of The Mother
In this amazing compilation of in-depth essays, author William White examines the roles and effects of the Aryan and non-Aryan upon the cultures of the Near East and Europe. White calls upon his vast knowledge of ancient cultures to rewrite the history of this tumultuous era and present us with a finely-woven tapestry, uncolored by political correctness. Beginning with an explanation of how our myths and history have been so intertwined as to leave us asking where the line can be drawn, he moves onto examinations of the religious and cultural interplay between various disparate peoples. Analyses cover: The spiritual difference between Odin, god of the ancient Europeans, and Yahweh, god of the Semites, The diffusion of the Aryan in antiquity, The cultures of the Near East and Egypt, Bible dating and the racial schema of Genesis, A history of the term Hebrew, The errors of Josephus, The tradition of the Mother Goddess cults, The Trojan period, The mysterious Etruscan people and the influence of the Semite, The Hittites, The Egyptian culture and its battle with the Semites, The Hurrians, Yahweh unmasked, The Indo-European Holy Cow, The real King Minos, Demeter and Hera, Sumerian culture, The Great Mother’s consorts, The Great Mother in India and Egypt, The role of Baal, Akhenaten’s reformations and how he lost Palestine, Geitr, the goat god, and what he really was, The god of the witches, Yahweh and Satan, Britain and Arthur, The Norman invasion, Thor’s conquest of the Midgard Serpent, The storm god, The parting of the waters, Plus Bill’s experiences battling the Police State, and much more.