FIRST GUEST: Danica Anderson, PhD, forensic psychotherapist discusses her new book, Blood and Honey; Secret Herstory of Women; South Slavic Women's Experiences in a World of Modern-day Territorial Warfare delving into topics such as the narratives of Bosnian women war crimes and war survivors narratives, including her mother's concentration camp survivorship of WWII. Danica will share how the Balkan War changed standards making rape a weapon of war along with how the silencing of women and the violence they endured also silenced reverence for the Moist Mother Earth. We'll learn about the Slavic round dance called the Kolo, danced in these confict zones by the women as they keep alive deeply embedded biological processes supporting the manifesting of female social collectives inclusive of men and remembering the children.
SECOND GUEST: Tonight Patrick McCollum returns with an update on the mysterious and magickal story about Goddess speaking the incredible Violin of Peace.
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