Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook is an award-winning historian and Bible authority, and the author of over 50 books that have introduced hundreds of thousands to the hidden truths about Jesus and the Bible. Known as the Southern Joseph Campbell and the American Robert Graves for his numerous works on mythology, religion, and spirituality, he is a recipient of the prestigious Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal. His other titles include: Seabrook's Bible Dictionary, The Goddess Dictionary of Words and Phrases, The Book of Kelle: An Introduction to Goddess-Worship, Jesus and the Gospel of Q, Jesus and the Law of Attraction, Christmas Before Christianity, and Christ is All and in All.
BOOK DEVIL REVIEW: Brilliant in its simplicity, "Britannia Rules: Goddess-Worship in Ancient Anglo-Celtic Society" uses the structure of a brief etymological treatise to give a quick but enlightening and thoroughly engaging overview of ancient matriarchal-goddess society and its eventual repression and sublimation into the patriarchal religious culture of today. While the suppression of the divine feminine is a theme here, the book is not just about that. "Britannia Rules" is not a harangue. Rather, it's a fascinating study of the numerous names, and their iterations, applied to the sacred feminine/goddess/creatrix/etc. And these lingual threads in turn lead us to understanding some of the cultural crossover from culture to culture and from era to era. There's so much mashed into this sleek, compact volume, it's almost like this book was the Tardis, with more inside than it's package could possibly suggest. Wow. This is a fascinating and under-reported corner of thealogical studies, and Southern Advocate Lochlann Seabrook (who clearly writes on a diversity of topics) does a good job, all by his lonesome, of covering the subject from various angles with this and his other fine books on the subject.- KRISTOFER UPJOHN