by Travis Mateer
I reached out to Marisa via Twitter (after listening to an interview she did with Isaac Weishaupt) because the narrative Acocella is telling is the Gnostic narrative of Sophia, something I am VERY interested in.
If you are interested in the Gnostic concept of the divine feminine I don’t think this conversation will disappoint you. I was a little wary of how Acocella might interpret the role of the divine masculine and the fraught relationship men have with subsequent waves of feminism, but that weariness quickly dissipated as we talked.
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