What if I told you that a form of writing had been invented long before hieroglyphics and that it conveyed the divine feminine language of matriarchy? Scholars have long known of the script used by female-centric civilizations millennia before the rise of Egypt, Phoenicia and Sumer, but they've dismissed it along with the concept of "matriarchy." In part 1 of our series, Dawn "Sam" Alden and Sean Marlon Newcombe discuss with special guest Vicki Noble the basic premise of this "sacred" script of Old Europe and how Marija Gimbutas uncovered it.
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