This book, The Mago Way, is an important and major contribution of scholarship to the rising global return of gynocentric consciousness; to the return of the Female as imagined source of all being – and it is an wholistic vision, wherein no difference is known “between you and me or between one nation and the other” (Hwang, Ch. 1). It is a radical work. The work that this book unfolds on behalf of the Great Goddess of East Asia, of Old Korea in particular is kin to the work of Marija Gimbutas on behalf of Old Europe, in the sense of revealing a groundbreaking vision of earlier times in this substantial and deeply influential region of the planet; a vision that may uncover seeds within all of us for a flowering of a more peaceful future. (Glenys Livingstone, Ph.D. Author of PaGaian Cosmology: Re-inventing Earth-based Goddess Religion)
The Mago Way is an important, rich contribution toward rediscovering a female centred tradition of divinity in Asia. Helen Hwang’s findings will open up new pathways for exploring parallel indigenous traditions (including those of the European Cailleach) around the world. (Mary Condren, Th.D. Author of The Serpent and the Goddess: Women, Religion and Power in Celtic Ireland)
You must read this magnificent book; it will metamorphose your mind. (Harriet Ann Ellenberger. Poet and co-founder of Sinister Wisdom)
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