" Stein has created the most powerful and authoritative book I have ever read on the nature and consequence of divine revelation."
-Peter Manchester, associate professor of philosophy at Stony Brook University and author of "The Syntax of Time"
" Beginning where other scholars leave off, Charles Stein crosses the radiant field of the Goddesses to touch the lip of the ineffable. Instead of being silenced, he elucidates-- quietly at first, ecstatically later, bearing witness to the timeless visionary core of the ancient Mysteries in what, in fact, is a profoundly reasoned approach that resonates Now."
-Nor Hall, author of "The Moon and the Virgin, Those Women," and "Irons in the Fire"
" In Charles Stein the Mysteries have found their true Speaker. They have always needed a scholar who was a philosopher, a philosopher who was a poet, and Stein is all three, in generous measure. Stein understands being and Being, and how the Mysteries' great gfit is the ability to leap the gap between them."
-Rached Pollack, author of "The Body of the Goddess"show more