In "Noter Damus" ("note taker" for Notre Dame), Joyce James chronicles an abridged version of an unorthodox world history according to The Goddess, Our Lady Mother. Civilisations subsequent to Her ancient matriarchal and pacific cultures are terminally infected by the disease She defines as "Apollonian", and have failed to emulate -- much less provide anything remotely similar to -- those early benevolent conditions. The Damus scathingly enumerates such failures outright, and ordains without equivocation what has to take place if the world is to restore itself effectively -- in principle by the reinstatement of women's status as the protectors and caretakers of life, domestic managers long controlled and yoked by warring, usurping patriarchal powers. A blunt indictment, She concludes with Her "Policy Against Apollo", calling on women everywhere to commit themselves to the inconceivable. Not since Jehovah's draconian flooding of Creation has anything similar been proposed. Never so savage, Her solution nonetheless resonates with hope. Two books (Noter Damus and Glossary) in a slipcase.