I am a Danish woman, 56 years old. Usually I call myself a radical spiritual eco-feminist philosopher. In 1990 I visited Crete with a group of Jungian friends. I was then aspiring to become a Jungian therapist. A few weeks before our trip to Crete I was standing in the Library of Theology on the University of Aarhus in front of a shelf with feminist writers. I was looking at the back of Mary Daly’s “Gyn-Ecology” and thought: “Thank God, I am never to read such a book!”. Crete changed everything. It was not Knossos, not even the female figurines on the museum of Herakleion. One day I traveled alone to East-Crete and visited a small museum in Hagios Nikolaos and I was mesmerized by the beauty of the cups and vases. They were clearly made by women, not for ritual, but for daily, use. Standing there, I didn’t know exactly what I knew, but on a deep, almost preverbal level, I just knew that women “were meant” to be the intellectual and spiritual mothers of human culture, and I knew that all religions and philosophies were lies meant to keep women (and men) away from connecting authentically with Life. I couldn’t wait to return to that yellow book that I had abandoned just a few weeks ago. Mary Daly became my mental midwife, and I am deeply grateful to her. My journey from then on has been deeply intertwined with the journey of my daughter, Signe Urdskilde, and we are in the process of writing a series of books about the deep mythical, religious, spiritual and esoteric roots of patriarchy and our vision for the healing of humanity.