The Feminine Mysteries Long Forgotten…
An Ancient Wisdom Text Revealed…
Both an ancient, “found” wisdom text and a sumptuous, epic novel, Gaia Codex reveals the hidden histories of a world long forgotten, the secret wisdom of an ancient lineage of women, the Priestesses of Astera. Set in a near future of impending societal and environmental collapse, the novel is a tale of hope and remembrance, as well as an inspired vision of humanity’s origins and of the potential we hold for conscious evolution.
With growing numbers of international readers, Gaia Codex is a flourishing phenomena that is capturing the passionate Spirit of the Feminine Rising and our deepening reconnection to our Mother Earth.
A Sumptuous Epic Novel and Ancient Wisdom Text Revealed…
Sign-Up HERE To Begin the Adventure…
Follow Us on Facebook
Reviews"Gaia Codex is a wonderful story, lovingly told. A deep journey into womanism, mysticism, and fantasy, especially special for men to experience. Full of poetry, beauty, and surprise - "thrall and throng!"
Michael Naimark–Media Artist, Inventor, Lecturer USC and MIT
http://www.naimark.net/I just finished my first reading of the GAIA CODEX...the world is revealed and I feel that I can breathe easy with knowledge that comes from deep within. Thank you for the love that oozes from this beautiful work.
Thrity Vakil, Artist-Director of Eye On The Rainforest
http://eyeontherainforest.orgI've been in the air all day~ yet have spent my day reading, rejoicing, and remembering. This is the first book I've been able to read front to back in YEARS ! The wisdom embedded within the coded words is pure magic. As I read by being is filled with chills, that depths I have journeyed to within myself are written on the pages before me. My sisters have remembered. We ARE re-mem-ber-ing! THANK YOU, Sarah Drew, sacred priestess sister ~~ I am eternally grateful for this remembering & rooted deeper in my KNOWing of my gifts and the change we are here to birth upon our precious Earth. may this book travel to souls far & wide
Evolutionary Culture and The Emergent Feminine