Venus-Figurine-150x150The Aphrodesian Woman and her archetype have always existed across all cultures. Omnipresent throughout history, she peeks at us from the pages of books and the canvases of the greatest artists, yet she remains unnamed. Curious, isn’t it?

We see her presence in cultures from as far back as the Neolithic, when people worshiped goddesses and carved their likenesses into “Venus” figurines.

In Judeo-Christian mythology we see her in the controversial figure of Mary Magdalene.

At the pinnacle of her power, as Venetian Courtesan, she held a prominent place in ishtar2-150x150society, influencing some of the most powerful men in the world.
In modern times, we see Aphrodite in women like Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly, and Angelina Jolie.