The modern God Yahweh, also known as Jehovah, has a feminine counterpart, and there are references to her in the Bible even after feudal era chauvinism edited much of it out. She went by many names and titles. She was called Asherah, also known as Astarte and lots of variations on this name. She was a fertility Goddess.
Veneration of Asherah would be seeking the divine feminine in personal experience and as expressed in the personality of women.
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