The Chalice and The Blade may be the most significant work published in all our lifetimes. Read The Chalice and The Blade. . .it may make the future possible.
To read Eisler is to glimpse new vistas of human possibilities.
As important, perhaps more important, than the unearthing of Troy or the deciphering of cuneiform.
~Bruce Wilshire, Professor of philosophy, Rutgers University
Eisler’s visionary, passionate scholarship is a revealing psychosexual exploration of love and power relations.
A gem. . .A rare combination of poetic expression and sober substance.
~Jessie Bernard, author of The Future of Marriage and The Female World
Validates a belief in humanity’s capacity for benevolence and cooperation in the face of so much destruction.
~San Francisco Chronicle
Selected as one of 150 Great Works to Set Your Imagination on Fire (along with Isaiah, Tao Te Ching, Marcus Aurelius, Rumi, Jane Austen, Gandhi, Proust, Tony Morrison, and Passolini)