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Smashing the falsehood and omissions of women of action, warrior women and great queens, past, present and future. Amazons, War Goddesses and Matriarchy. Truths shall be revealed, myths demolished and empires restored. Join us for an exciting ride!
 
THE MATRIARCHITECTS podcast and platform highlights the change-makers who are building a culture that respects, values, and celebrates women. Hear the voices of people who are creating a cultural shift in our attitudes toward women, and who are using their vision, gifts, and talents to make our world a better place for people of all genders. These individuals and their stories offer an antidote to the hard times we live in, showing us that new ways of seeing and being are not only possible b ...
 
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Catalina de Erauso, who in 1599 escaped from a Basque convent dressed as a man and went on to a life of adventure and violence throughout South America posing as a man.저자 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
Join Dawn "Sam" Alden as she talks with Vicki Noble about her experience working with Jeannine Davis-Kimball and their journey into the land of ancient women warriors. Sean Marlon Newcombe discusses meeting Dr. Davis-Kimball and her influence on his research. Dr. Kimball was a pioneering archaeologist whose work helped uncover the truth that warrio…
 
We start the new year with "In Praise of the Goddess"! This time it's Sekhmet and Bastet. Join us as we explore these powerful divine females and set 2022 ablaze with the spirit of matriarchy!저자 34 Circe Media, 34 Circe Salon, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
Join us as we discuss the roles of women in Ancient China with Prof. Ping Yao of Cal State Los Angeles. What were gender relations like in Chine before and during the first dynasties (2700 BC - 221 BC)? What kind of roles did they have in governance, education, warfare and marriage? Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden co-host.…
 
Celebrating the centennial of Marija Gimbtutas' birth, the Association for the Study of Women & Mythology held a symposium on her life and works. "Make Matriarchy Great Again" inspiration and charter member, Vicki Noble, chaired one of the discussions and joins us to talk about the symposium and the celebration of the life of Marija Gimbutas.…
 
They dragged themselves through the streets at dawn and staggered across tenement roofs illuminated just like the men-- but very few of us know the names of these gifted writers. They were the women of the "Beat" literary movement, The Beat Generation, and their contributions to this period of American writing was vast but unheralded. Now it's time…
 
We continue our discussion of Naomi Alderman's haunting sci-fi novel, "The Power." The story of a dystopian future where women rule, in part two we discuss the dark slide into brutality that the women take once their power spreads.저자 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Dawn "Sam" Alden, Sean Marlon Newcombe
 
Deliberately erased from history, the story of the women of the Mongol Empire was one of tremendous achievement. Genghis Khan encouraged equality of the genders and his daughters, granddaughters, daughters-in-law took advantage of that to great success. Prof. Jack Weatherford is one of the foremost scholars of Mongol history and a New York Times Be…
 
One of the most original works of the last few decades, Naomi Alderman's "The Power," is a sci-fi dystopian masterpiece. What sets it apart is that in this dystopia, it is the women who seize control and the men who are in fear. There is so much to unpack in this wonderful book, that we are going to stretch the discussion over multiple episodes. Jo…
 
Controlling female sexual behavior is one of the foundations of patriarchy. In cooly efficient Ancient Rome, it was through law, of course, that the restriction of women's sexuality was achieved. Join us as we explore the history and nature of what have been called "The Julian Laws," a series of legislation in the 1st century BC that were meant to …
 
Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden as they talk with two women in the world of sports: Jill Morely, a former professional boxer and Emily Halpern, a former professional basketball player (and current jiu-jitsu black belt). What are the challenges that sportswomen face today? Are distorted notions of femininity still affecting how we per…
 
Oh, this was a spirited one! Join Dawn "Sam" Alden and Sean Marlon Newcombe as they discuss a modern romance novel and what it says about gender in entertainment today. A passionate and fun discussion reveals many insights into gender relations in culture and the entertainment that reflects it.저자 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
What to Expect When You're Expecting doesn't tell you everything to expect! Two very recent 1st time Moms share stories of the things that happened that they didn't expect. Don't worry, though, they both have happy endings!저자 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
The sine qua non of this podcast: Matriarchy. What is it and why is it desirable. Dawn "Sam" Alden and Sean Marlon Newcombe have an open and frank discussion on the topic of "matriarchy." This is sure to be a defining episode for this series.저자 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden, Stephanie Tate
 
A fascinating exploration of the wonderful ancient sagas of the peoples of the Black Sea region and the powerful women that their stories extol. Join us as we talk with John Colarusso, linguistic professor and translator of the Nart Sagas. The "Nart Sagas" are a collection of heroic tales from the Caucasus which are notable for their stories of war…
 
Join Vicki Noble as she chats with us about the legacy of her friend, Marija Gimbutas, a woman whose theories on the role of women in the neolithic period and in the creation of civilization are starting to be confirmed by modern DNA and archaeological research. Marija would've been 100 years old this year. Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" …
 
Just a quick pause to let you know about some updates and upcoming events this weekend. We have a new account for donations for the podcast. If you like what you've been hearing, please support the cause. https://www.patreon.com/34Circe Thanks! Also, Vicki Noble tells us about some events that she thinks you all might find interesting. Check out th…
 
A new series exploring the often overlooked, elided or trivialized misogyny of the founders of Western patriarchy. In the first episode, we set the tone for future discussion by introducing Aristotle's writings on women. Let's just say... he wasn't a feminist. Aristotle was, in many ways, the father of Western science and logic. He shaped the appro…
 
“Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships, And burnt the topless towers of Ilium-- Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.--" So wrote Christopher Marlowe of one of the most famous names in history: Helen of Troy. But who was Helen and what was life like for women of that era?" Join us as we talk to again with Max Dashu, noted scholar of…
 
Mistress of the Cosmos, Ruler of the House of Light-- This episode, we celebrate the mighty goddess Isis! Join us as we talk with our guest Nancy about the inspiration she draws from this great ancient deity. Isis was revered throughout the ancient world, but what does she have to say for modern people-- Women in particular? Nancy, a Moslem woman o…
 
Found primarily in Ireland and the British Isles, the Sheela na gig has been a mysterious symbol of female power for a millennia. These 12th- to 17th-century stone carvings of supernatural females displaying their vulvas have been found in both sacred and secular architecture, from medieval churches to castles, town walls, holy wells, and graveston…
 
The 34 Circe Salon has been taken over by Broads You Should Know! Our latest episode is a crossover from the "Broads You Should Know" podcast: https://broadsyoushouldknow.com/ Join the Broads You Should Know team as they discuss the life of Julie D'Aubigny, a woman who lived boldly at the turn of the 18th Century in France. She was a professional o…
 
Will our spirited heroine be able to guide our brooding hero through a world of forbidden passion to a matriarchal paradise? Or will he simply think this stuff is a bunch of hooey? Join tempestuous Lady Dawn and rascally Lord Sean and they show us what, if anything, romance novels tell us about how our views of romance and courtship are shaped in o…
 
Who doesn't love Wonder Woman? We all love the mighty Amazon! So join us for a fun and lively discussion with writer Teresa Jusino as we talk about this matriarchal superhero and the film which tells the story of her creation, "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women." William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, was a Harvard psychologist …
 
Misunderstandings around miscarriages threaten women's lives. The guilt and isolation is an unnecessary addition to the grief and loss that they experience. In today's episode Dawn "Sam" Alden talks with women who have had miscarriages and how they navigated their tragedy.저자 Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
The Warrior Women are back! This episode we discuss the amazing story of Rani of Jhansi, a 19th Century queen in India who bravely took up arms against the colonial British rulers who tried to depose her. Much as Boudica was for the sovereignty of the British tribes, Rani was for her people in India. Dawn "Sam" Alden is our guide for this episode.S…
 
"The Goddess refuses to die... She will only fade away for good when we devise an alternative grand history that accounts for large-scale coherences." -- Prof. Richard Lesure, UCLAWith those words began an attack on the very truth of matriarchal history. From the halls of American and British academia has come a call to arms to CONSPIRE to deny the…
 
Female Sexual Pleasure-- the great fear of patriarchy since the first man made the first law. Controlling female sexual pleasure has been central to male-centric civilization. Join us as we discuss how women's eroticism has been suppressed and stigmatized throughout history.Dawn "Sam" Alden hosts.저자 Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
Join us as we discuss the fascinating world of cosplay and it's portrayal of women with our guest, model Bunny Bombshell. Bunny takes a feminist approach to the characters that she portrays, choosing to play roles that she feels show the strength and power of female heroes and that challenge misogynistic views of women in society.Sean Marlon Newcom…
 
In this episode we talk with Jen, a creator and podcaster who looks to bring diversity to the work that she shares with the world. A native of the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area, her parents immigrated to the US from Hong Kong before she was born. She was raised with a strong sense of the power of women in both a spiritual and temporal realm. She s…
 
Let's talk about the taboo: Dawn "Sam" Alden talks with Erin, Samantha and Ceridwen about the joys and horrors of the menopausal journey, and try to get some valuable info out into the void. Let's all go public with our hot flashes and embarrass the men around us!저자 Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
In this fascinating episode, we talk with Rabbi Batshir Torchio, a woman who leads a Jewish congregation in Northern California. Rabbi Torchio tells us about both the historical and modern roles of women in Judaism and about her own journey of discovery of the feminine face of spirituality. Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden co-host.…
 
The Norse pantheon is known for its fearsome goddesses, but not all of its divine women are familiar to us. Introducing Ran, the Norse goddess of the sea. She is powerful, harsh, rapacious-- but what more do we know about her? Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden as they chat with the "Norse Pagan Witch," L. Stephanie Tait, about this mar…
 
In a very warm and insightful episode, we talk with Kaitlin Shetler, a poet who is taking the journey through the Feminine Divine as a Christian. Christianity has a long and wonderful heritage of connection with faith from a feminine standpoint, but that heritage is often forgotten or directly denied. The cost for those who make the journey today c…
 
Perhaps no goddess embodies the Ancient Greek attitude towards women than Hera, Queen of the Gods. Portrayed as the perpetually spiteful wife, her power was shown as limited and lesser. But who was the true Hera and where did she come from? Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden as they discuss the history of this goddess with noted archaeo…
 
Simply a wonderful and amazing discussion-- the power of the feminine in the paganism of the North. In our third episode on the Feminine Divine, we interview Stephanie, a practicing witch and devotee of the Feminine Divine. We discuss her heritage of witchcraft and her love of the goddesses of Norse paganism. Stephanie is a knowledgeable, open and …
 
“O, learn to love, the lesson is but plain,And once made perfect, never lost again.”― William Shakespeare, Venus and AdonisAphrodite, Venus-- The Goddess of Love. She is perhaps the most well known of any in the Greco-Roman Pantheon. But what do we really know of her story and her origin? Join us as Dr. Gary Stickel tells her tale as we praise the …
 
In a wonderful, spirited discussion, Max Dashu discusses her recent research into the warrior women called "Amazons." How did the Ancient Greek conception of femaleness shape the stories of Amazons that we know today? What is the relationship of Amazon concept to the warrior tribes that existed in the Black Sea region? Was there really a standalone…
 
The first of a new series: In Praise of the Goddess! In this series we take a scholarly approach to examining the Divine Feminine. Join us as our guest, archaeologist and Homeric scholar Dr. Gary Stickel, tells us the story of one of the most famous goddesses in any pantheon, Athena! Goddess of wisdom and defensive war, and matron of the great city…
 
We know that the topic that we cover can be a bit of a deep dive, so we have some suggestions that we think will help guide you in your journey to disrupting history, understanding matriarchy and celebrating women warriors. Take a listen! :-)info@34Circe.com저자 Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
Thank you so much for listening to our new podcast channel! We really appreciate your support for disrupting history and making matriarchy great again! We'd love to hear from you. Please take a listen and let us know your thoughts. ;-) info@34circe.com저자 Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
 
In the last part of our fascinating discussion of Amazon history with Dr. Walter Penrose, we shift our attention to the Indian concept of "Stri Rajya" or "The Kingdom of Women." The Ancient Indians located this kingdom to the west of them-- somewhere towards the Eurasian Steppe and Caspian Sea-- right in the neighborhood where Amazons were noted by…
 
In part 2 of our discussion of the history of the Amazons with Dr. Walter Penrose, we talk about the tribes of warrior women who inhabited the Black Sea region and Eurasian Steppe-- the "Fertile Crescent" of female warriors. Thracians, Scythians, Sauromatians were all renowned for their warlike women. Join us as we explore the truth of those legend…
 
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