From the dawn of history, countless women have marked their times in extraordinary ways. Women have been warriors, Pharaohs, popes, queens and kings, philosophers, poets, mathematicians, composers, painters, writers, revolutionaries and "witches."
But there was only one HYPATIA.
Brilliant, beautiful, accomplished and free, Hypatia of Alexandria was the last of the great Pagan teachers. Her brutal death at the hands of a Christian mob foretold the death of reason, of questioning, of reverence for nature, of the Goddess herself.
Following her acclaimed novel "The Secret Magdalene," Ki Longfellow now offers a stunning portrait of the life and death of Hypatia of Alexandria.
Ki Longfellow is the author of the highly praised The Secret Magdalene. Under the name Pamela Longfellow she wrote China Blues and Chasing Women. Flow Down Like Silver, a novel of Hypatia of Alexandria is the second of a trilogy on the Divine Feminine. She is now working on the final book, The Woman Who Knew The All, the life of Mary Magdalene after the death of Jesus.