The Archaeomythology Research Guides
The Archaeomythology Research Guides spotlight: the deep ecology of pre-colonial research; Eco-Thealogy (holistic Gaian values); Genesis domination and exploitation of females and nature; and New Archaeological Revisionist models including Ethnoarchaeological insights plus Archaeo-Mythology Methods. The Research Guides include the ontology of: Wisdom/Sophia; polytheistic Asherah, Christian Dark Mary, Labyrinthine Consciousness; Abrahamic Moon-Worship; Dark Mother DNA; Ecological Web-of-Be-Ing; Creation Myths; Archetypal Unfolding of Self; Greco-Roman Dis-order; Mystery Rites and Rituals; Monotheistic Religions; Gender Identities; Savior God Traditions; and Mother-Daughter, Demeter/Persephone.
The source of these highly-regarded research guides is 12 years of photographic fieldwork in East Asia, North Africa, and Europe – plus – The Re-Genesis Encyclopedia: Synthesis of the Spiritual Dark – Motherline, Integral Research, Labyrinth Learning, and Eco–Thealogy. This database project was launched at the British Museum Library in conjunction with London University and thanks to the unique monographs and exceptional electronic resources at the Laurance S. Rockefeller Library at California Institute of Integral Studies, Re-Genesis presents unprecedented contributions not only to the CIIS community, but also the global community.
Images:Joan, E. A. (2017). Re-Genesis Encyclopedia: Synthesis of the spiritual dark–motherline, integral research, labyrinth learning, and eco–thealogy (Part I, Revised Edition II). Unpublished encyclopedia, CIIS Library database 2016-2017.