-Peter Manchester, associate professor of philosophy at Stony Brook University and author of The Syntax of Time
"Beginning where other scholars leave off, Charles Stein crosses the radiant field of the Goddesses to touch the lip of the ineffable. Instead of being silenced, he elucidates—quietly at first, ecstatically later, bearing witness to the timeless visionary core of the ancient Mysteries in what, in fact, is a profoundly reasoned approach that resonates Now."
-Nor Hall, author of The Moon and the Virgin, Those Women, and Irons in the Fire
"In Charles Stein the Mysteries have found their true Speaker. They have always needed a scholar who was a philosopher, a philosopher who was a poet, and Stein is all three, in generous measure. Stein understands being and Being, and how the Mysteries' great gfit is the ability to leap the gap between them."
-Rached Pollack, author of The Body of the Goddess