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Rather than not being real, performance here is almost hyper-real; a condensed and intense expression of that which is most important in the thealogy of Goddess Feminists. Participants were quite clear that what they did was not the total take-over of self by a spirit or deity as in possession trance or channeling.
Some Goddess feminists would argue that the Goddess is always part of ourselves, but a goddess such as Brigid is also thealogized as specific outward energies fire, for example and so is, at least, partially transcendent. Berger et al. Goddess Worshippers have a higher percentage of their membership that claim to have participated in events such as marches and rallies than either of the other two sects. Approximately half Though Goddess Feminists may start at the level of individual change, they are convinced that individual change happens in the context of interconnection: for example, the metaphor of a web of interconnection is common see Christ for a thealogy using the web as metaphor.
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