Marie José Zurita

Marie José Zurita

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The Goddess Inanna. The Sumerian Great Queen or Lady of Heaven (Ninanna) is known to us mainly from the Gilgamesh epic. Also known as Innin, she has subsequently given rise to the Semitic Ishtar. Inanna/Ishtar was, without doubt, the most venerated and influential among all Near-Eastern deities.

18 Seals of the mother goddess Inanna - from Sumerian culture. Note the Queen of the Night relief (see below) in the second row. The Semitic goddess Ishtar is a cognate of the earlier Sumerian goddess Innana

Sarah Love a enregistré : Tous ont des ailes. Tous portent des bracelets avec un disque. Tous portent un sac avec la poignée dans une main, et poussant un cône de pin en avant avec l'autre. Notez la musculature à l'aspect mécanique, les glands, les robes à franges, les outils en forme de cigares enfilés dans leurs écharpes.

All have wings: all are wearing bracelets w/a disc: all are carrying a pouch w/handle in one hand, & thrusting a pine cone forward w/the other. Note the mechanical looking musculature, the tassels, the fringed robes, the cigar shaped implements tucked int

"Beyond coincidence? Interesting pan-cultural parallels." Well perhaps it's a paleo/mesolithic remain from the cultures before the glacier years or the neolithic, it's "the lady of the beasts", a wild nature/fauna/earth goddess and around 12000-3000 bc all these cultures had the same lifestyle and similar symbols/myth..most kept this motive going despite agriculture society/city state until they became too "civilized"/hierarchal/patriarchal in the iron ages and the…

Lord of the Animals or Potnia Therón - Mistress of the Animals. Generic term for the similar iconography in diverse times and places, the implication being these all have a Stone Age precursor who was probabably a hunter's deity.

"Beyond coincidence? Interesting pan-cultural parallels." Well perhaps it's a paleo/mesolithic remain from the cultures before the glacier years or the neolithic, it's "the lady of the beasts", a wild nature/fauna/earth goddess and around 12000-3000 bc all these cultures had the same lifestyle and similar symbols/myth..most kept this motive going despite agriculture society/city state until they became too "civilized"/hierarchal/patriarchal in the iron ages and the…

Lord of the Animals or Potnia Therón - Mistress of the Animals. Generic term for the similar iconography in diverse times and places, the implication being these all have a Stone Age precursor who was probabably a hunter's deity.

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