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Climate Crisis – Denial of the Sacred Feminine
April 24, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Alea Carroll will discuss how age regression hypnosis influenced the writing of her climate fiction novel, Silence the Echo. Pregnant at the time, Carroll met her unborn son and her spirit guide—the three of them priests in an ancient era, aware of the deluge to come. Currently doing research for a sequel, Carroll has studied Matthew Fox’s Order of the Sacred Earth (2018), and Merlin Stone’s When God Was a Woman (1976). She will illustrate how goddess culture was replaced by patriarchal myth, leading not only to the degradation of the divine feminine, but wanton disregard for Earth.
LOCATION: Serenity Chapel
COST – $10 love offering at the door
PRESENTER: Alea Carroll
BIO: Born in Phoenix, Carroll earned her Bachelor and Master of Social Work degrees from ASU. For thirty years she worked in child welfare and medical settings, moving to the Seattle area in 1988. Since childhood she has studied astrology and metaphysics, uncovering a number of prior lives. Now, amidst the splendor of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, she writes science fiction