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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 105, The Golden Mirror of Ise—Japan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 105, The Golden Mirror of Ise—Japan Summary and Analysis

The Goddess imagery of Japan comes from records that were written no earlier than the eighth century B.C. Also, almost commissioned scribes of the Imperial Dynasty recorded all of the material. Masculist biases abound in these records. The legends and rituals of Japan reveal a connection with the natural environment that may be compared to the Tao of China or Mother Earth of the Native Americans.

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