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Women and SpiritualityDescribed by the Los Angeles Times as "...a massive and beautiful film...," Donna Read's classic trilogy WOMEN AND SPIRITUALITY explores the power of the sacred feminine in mythological, historical and cultural contexts. This stirring series examines goddess-based pre-historic societies, the witch-hunts of the Middle Ages and the continuing popularity of contemporary women's spirituality movements. An award-winning series never before released on DVD, WOMEN AND SPIRITUALITY is a stunning and poetic work comprised of three one-hour films (GODDESS REMEMBERED, THE BURNING TIMES and FULL CIRCLE) and is the definitive series on feminine spirituality.

"Using breath taking visuals, spectacular music and intelligent discussions about the long suppressed - or mis-represented spirituality, the Film Board of Canada presents a corrected version of the sacred in ancient civilizations -- and its resurgence in goddess worship today. This film should be required viewing in high schools across the country."