Ode to Minoa – A Novel of Bronze Age Crete, by Theresa C. Dintino

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The novel of a Snake Priestess in Bronze Age Crete who, through a series of trance visions, witnesses the history of modern women.

When Aureillia, the young Snake Priestess in Bronze Age Crete, begins having visions of an unspeakable evil, her simple life is thrown into turmoil.

As a member of a Goddess worshiping culture, her life is ruled by the cycles of the moon and deep connection to earth but soon will be affected by a far greater force. Visions of the future lead Aureillia to a loss of innocence and the discovery of her extraordinary power and the power in every woman.

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1Theresa C. Dintino is an ancestral Strega (Italian wise woman), Earth worker, and initiated diviner in the West African Dagara tradition. For more than 20 years Theresa has studied and practiced an Earth-based spirituality. She currently helps others reclaim their personal lineages through her divination work.

Theresa teaches classes and mentors people in becoming diviners and spiritual stewards of the Earth. She has written a Tree Medicine Trilogy to guide others on their own spiritual paths, which includes: The Amazon Pattern: A Message from Ancient Women Diviners of Trees and Time, Notes from a Diviner in the Postmodern World: A Handbook for Spirit Workers, and Teachings from the Trees: Spiritual Mentoring from the Standing Ones.

Theresa is also the author of The Strega and the Dreamer, a work of historical fiction based on the true story of her great grandparents, Ode to Minoa and Stories They Told Me, two novels exploring the life of a snake priestess in Bronze Age Crete and Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power. For more on Theresa or her work, visit thestregaandthedreamer.com and ritualgoddess.com

 

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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .5 in

1 review for Ode to Minoa – A Novel of Bronze Age Crete, by Theresa C. Dintino

  1. cdintino

    This book has stayed with me for years. It is at once a chronicle of our past culture AND a vision for our future.

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