The Divine Feminine

Shapiro, Rabbi Rami M.
January 2012
Juniata Voices;2012, Vol. 12, p37
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the return of the divine famine. He explains the concept of the divine famine, which is part of the second Axial Age that displays a lot of negativity where in the people who believe that the rise of Islam should be defeated by the return of Jesus Christ. Furthermore, the author also asserts the three signs of the coming of the second Axial Age, which was started in 1893 at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois.


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