In ancient Israel monotheism wasn’t the common faith. Instead, despite of what one might think, the ancient hebrews in Jerusalem and around used to worship god and goddess as a divine couple until a bloody revolution took place, based on a conspiracy, and forced monotheism by destroying the goddess temples in Jerusalem and killing her priestesses. Judaism, Christianity and Islam all stem from this well documented yet unknown revolution of the 7th century bc, that formed the world as it is today. But really… can Goddesses be killed?
Ohad Pele is a former Kabbalist Rabbi from Jerusalem, the author of the historical novel »Kedesha - a Timeless Tale of a Love Priestess« and a lead faculty member in ISTA — the international School of Temple Arts, teaching sexual shamanism world wide.
Theatre shaman and Gorki resident director Yael Ronen, together with many guests, invites to establish the culture of the postpatriarchy. The first day, »Remember«, is to remind of lost knowledge. »Reclaim«, the second day, practices re-appropriation as empowerment. On the third day, »Recreate«, young activists create visions for an alternative future. The complete program can be found here.