Explore the goddess, Medusa, one of the Gorgons that was cursed by Athena for being raped and conceiving a child by Poseidon. Join April, Harmony and Maggie as they talk about the importance of the sister wound in history and the impact of another...
Explore the goddess, Medusa, one of the Gorgons that was cursed by Athena for being raped and conceiving a child by Poseidon. Join April, Harmony and Maggie as they talk about the importance of the sister wound in history and the impact of another Goddess falling from grace.
Medusa had dedicated her life to the Goddess, Athena and studied under her lineage. Medusa was famed to be a beautiful woman and had committed herself to a life of celibacy in her devotion to Athena. Poseidon desired Medusa and raped her. Instead of supporting a woman who had been raped, Athena then cursed Medusa and her two sisters. What is this sister wound about and how does it influence female relationships today.
The Gorgon, the snake headed goddess, was very popular in north Africa about three-thousand years ago. Perseus kills Medussa, and Pegasus springs out of the blood from her neck. Pegasus was the child of Medusa .Perseus, also known as Jason, flies over north Africa holding Medussa’s bleeding head which creates the red sea, the red sea coral, and the red serpent.
The Sister Wound:
Harmony shares part of her mission is to help other women to be able to be seen and heard and heal wounds of sexual rape and abuse. Woman are afraid to even press charges because they are afraid of having the finger pointed back at them from not just the patriarchy, but from their sisters, and from their mothers. We need to understand this story of Medusa so that we can use it as our strength and so we're not repeating these same historical wounds.
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