Louise Sommer


For more than two decades Louise Sommer’s passion has been investigating the role of women in European history. In an effort to understand where our modern-day thought patterns originate regarding gender (men, women, masculinity and femininity), she has educated herself through all manner of reference materials – from research papers, books and articles, as well as her extensive travels.

Through her research Louise realised the role Christianity has played in forming our current Western gender roles. These studies led her to look even further back, examining pre-historical cultures in Europe (the goddess cultures from 12.000 BC through until Christianity), as well as immersing herself in studies of indigenous cultures.

Louise (b.1972) holds a Masters degree in Educational Psychology and a BA degree in Social Education and is specialised in complicated grief and crisis.

Considering herself a global gypsy, Louise loves travelling and has experienced many of the beautiful cultures on the planet. As well as having lived in Denmark, she has resided in the USA and Thailand, and now calls Australia home.

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The Hidden Camino
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 96,080. Language: British English. Published: June 22, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Body, mind, & spirit, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
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Everyone has heard of the Camino de Compostela—a famous pilgrimage across the north of Spain undertaken since medieval times. Lesser known is that the pilgrimage holds secrets that reach deep into the mysteries of ancient Europe, a fact first revealed to Louise Sommer in a series of dreams that set her on a path of discovery beyond her wildest imagination. This second edition takes us even deeper.

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