Publisher description for Green man : the archetype of our oneness with the earth / William Anderson ; photography by Clive Hicks.
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The Green movement and the women's movement have picked up on the scientific Gaia hypothesis, which suggests that the planet Earth is a single living organism. The next stage of the ecological revolution begins with the reawakening of the male counterpart of the Goddess, the Green Man, and archetype found in folklore and religious art from the earliest times, and especially linked with Christian origins of modern science. Long suppressed, the archetype emerges now to challenge us to heal our relationship with nature.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Green Man (Tale)Archetype (Psychology)Christian art and symbolism Medieval, 500-1500