I believe knowledge and education is important - and I believe, that taking responsibility educating ourselves is essential - especially when it comes to history. That is why you will find a collection of research articles and video's related to my research into women in history and religion (herstory) here below. These sources will give you a look into the issues presented and discussed throughout my work. In this way, you will be better equiped to make your own opinions, regarding History, Herstory, Ourstory.

Have you ever wondered why it has to been so important for the Roman Catholic church to disempower women ?

The Rebel Virgins and Desert Mothers who have been written out of Christianity's Early History.

Beginning with Ahab, numerous kings of Israel were responsible for worshiping Asherah; Mother of Heaven

Newfound scrolls tells about a powerful and independent woman that once lived in Petra in Jordan.

Roman women much more independent than previously thought. Historian Coen van Galen dispels that notion

Turkey: Archaeologists have uncovered a rare stone figurine of a woman dating back 8,000 years at a dig in Turkey.

The true story of witches is a powerful tale on how Women Healers became malevolent figures in history. Silenced and hunted.

Women Who Changed the History of Ancient Egypt! Women in ancient Egypt were really ahead of their time. Only few are widely known today.

Women and girls have been discriminated against for too long in a twisted interpretation of the word of God.

Read about the forgotten Church of Mary Magdalene. Her memory might be ignored, but her legacy still lives on.

Divine Women; When God was A Girl. Bettany Hughes whiskes us back to the time when the gods were goddesses.

Were the women in Petra, Jordan, more important than Men? It seems so.

British Museum; Recognising that female images made 35–20,000 years ago may be made by women, for women.

Stonehenge gives up it secrets as

remains of 14 women  of high status and importance have been found at the ancient site in England.

Women made most of the oldest-known cave art paintings, suggests a new analysis of ancient handprints. National Geographic shows the way.

She keeps appearing. This time in Turkey. New discoveries of a rare Cybele statue; The Mother of Gods and Oneness.

The Wisdom of Women is Written Out of History. A golden age of female achievement is now largely unknown.

Hatshepsut, Egypt's longest reigning female pharaoh and what we can learn from her about women in power.

The Delphic Goddess lies there, a sleeping beauty stretched out across the peaks of Mount Parnassus in northern Greece. 

During the last 50 years, scholars have established a very different view of our Stone Age ancestors from the one we used to imagine. 

Two marble statues representing the goddess Aphrodite, or Venus, at Petra, the ancient Nabataean capital in Jordan.

Archaeologist Ruth Shady found the remains of a high-status woman buried about 4,500 years ago. 

For centuries it’s been the male artists who have attracted the interest of art historians. Now Florence brings female artists out of the basements. 

How women have been airbrushed from church history and been removed from all positions with spiritual authority.

Pope: Women will be banned from priesthood forever! Funny, when Mary Magdalene was the Apostle to the Apostles...

The role of women in the first 300 years of the Christian church was a vigorous one, and has been played down by history.

This High-Ranking Viking Warrior Was a Woman! DNA analysis shows that the elaborate grave was a real-life

shieldmaiden.

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