Objects & Places from Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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The Golden Fleece - A group of heroes exert a tremendous amount of energy to obtain, and take control of, this object.

Mt. Olympus - This is viewed as the home of the gods.

The Hearth - This is considered by the ancient Greeks to be the source and focal point of family life.

The Underworld - This is where the souls of the deceased reside.

Golden Apples - Aphrodite provides Hippomenes three of these so that he can win the foot race against Atalanta.

Rams - These are mentioned throughout the book and are often used as sacrifices to the gods.

Goddesses - These are anthropomorphic, female deities.

Party School - This is a term used to refer to a university or college more known for recreational activities than for academic pursuits.

God of War - This is the title for Ares, one of Aphrodite's romantic...

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