"1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus" tells the story of indigenous Americans before Columbus. The main thesis of the book is that populations and civilizations in pre-Columbian America were much larger than most people are aware. It emphasizes that the land that Europeans thought was wilderness had actually been molded by generations of indigenous Americans; it talks in length about how scientists are now discovering that the richness of the rainforest was created by sustainable indigenous land management.
Indigenous teachings about the Feminine, organized into 13 teachings corresponding to the 13 moons of the yearly cycle.
(Indigenous Culture/Women’s Studies)