Hidden Women Books
 

Help detect the real story of Europe's Celtic past

Secrets long buried now show a rich, productive, connected Iron Age. Celtic societies prized women, family and nature, and still do. How then did women go from revered to reviled? It's time for a good look at male-dominated institutions.

 
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Going forward

 
  • keep family first, unflinchingly and unwaveringly; let nothing preempt family

  • teach children self-esteem; do not let them take the blame for others’ faults

  • reinstitute festival halls as joyous places of secular family celebration

  • celebrate the rhythms of the earth and family

  • preserve and protect the natural world from harms of all kinds

  • find commonality and shared heritage; shun divisiveness

  • seek paths to unity; build links

  • honor life givers and sustainers, nurturers,education

  • nurture learning; give equal import to art, artisanship and science

  • prize productivity and manual crafts

  • search out the good; correct the bad without disparagement shun subservience; do not bow down

  • decline master-servant verbiage

  • denounce barbaric and sexist religious practices  

  • protest speech denigrating women as inferior, unclean or responsible for original sin,

  • abstain from human sacrifice rituals or ritualistic cannibalism

  • refuse tribute to sexist institutions

  • remove tax-exempt status from sexist institutions

 

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 John and Kirtsen showing off the front of the shirt

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 The beautiful full-color cover image on the back of the shirt modeled by Blair

The beautiful full-color cover image on the back of the shirt modeled by Blair