Elie Sheva

Elie (pronounced Ay-Lee, also known as Eliesheva) is a kibbutz member originally from Northern Galilee, Israel. She is a member of Am HaAretz, an Israeli/Hebrew Peaceful Warrior tradition of Tribal Earth Spirituality. Her academic background includes: archeology studies at the Tel Aviv University and an MA in Conference Interpreting. Now retired from a career in the military, Elie is a Licensed Clinical Counselor. In the past twenty-five years Elie has lectured and written extensively in various countries, including the USA. Her articles on Hebrew Earth spirituality have appeared in Mezlim Magazine, and she has three books on Earth Spirituality written and published in Israel, Ahavat Aretz (Love of the Land), Derech Ivrim Derech Aretz (Way of the Hebrews, Way of the Land) and Ahavat Aretz, Ahavat Falcha (Loving the Land, Loving the Soil). Elie is currently working on re-writing these books and updating them for the USA audience.

The Myth of a Judeo - Christian Tradition

In this workshop we examine the term Judeo Christian and it implications; compare the two traditions and discuss why some scholars think of the term Judeo Christina may be a theological misnomer. We also compare and contrast the three large monotheistic traditions - Christianity, Judaism and Islam with non monotheistic traditions.

This is a combination discussion group and presentation. Come prepared with questions and opinions to share.

The True Origins of the Ancient Hebrews

In this workshop we discuss the current theories about the origins of the Ancient Hebrews, howthat identity may have been formed, and compare and contrast them with with the standard biblical traditions. The link with the beliefs of AmHA, the Path of Primitive Hebrew Tribal Nature spirituality will also be discussed.

















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