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ISHTAR’S “MAGIC WAND Notice how this all configures to be the same deity. In “The Lesser Key of Solomon”, she is referred to as a very powerful jinni. Depicted as a nude woman with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a serpent in one hand, and riding a dragon-like beast with wings and a serpent-like tail. Considered to be a jinni in the First Hierarchy and rules over 40 legions of Spirits.

ISHTAR’S “MAGIC WAND Notice how this all configures to be the same deity. In “The Lesser Key of Solomon”, she is referred to as a very powerful jinni. Depicted as a nude woman with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a serpent in one hand, and riding a dragon-like beast with wings and a serpent-like tail. Considered to be a jinni in the First Hierarchy and rules over 40 legions of Spirits.

Inanna at the breakfast table

Inanna at the breakfast table

Gli Egizi, politeisti, adoravano le forze della natura e un gran numero di animali (gatti, buoi, serpenti, coccodrilli, sciacalli, tori, scimmie, scarabei, ibis) e col tempo, anche divinità dall’aspetto umano (Osiride, Iside, Ra e Faraone). Erano convinti dell’immortalità dell’anima, che essa tornasse, di tanto in tanto, a visitare il proprio corpo e che potesse vivere

Gli Egizi, politeisti, adoravano le forze della natura e un gran numero di animali (gatti, buoi, serpenti, coccodrilli, sciacalli, tori, scimmie, scarabei, ibis) e col tempo, anche divinità dall’aspetto umano (Osiride, Iside, Ra e Faraone). Erano convinti dell’immortalità dell’anima, che essa tornasse, di tanto in tanto, a visitare il proprio corpo e che potesse vivere

Ereshkigal - Queen of the Great Earth Sumerian Goddess goddess of Irkalla (underworld), land of the dead, also called Irkalla. Ereshkigal was the only one who could pass judgment and give laws as ruler of Irkalla.   Ishtar is her older sister in the Sumer, who became Inanna in Babylon. "The Descent of Inanna"  . Inanna/Ishtar's trip

Ereshkigal - Queen of the Great Earth Sumerian Goddess goddess of Irkalla (underworld), land of the dead, also called Irkalla. Ereshkigal was the only one who could pass judgment and give laws as ruler of Irkalla. Ishtar is her older sister in the Sumer, who became Inanna in Babylon. "The Descent of Inanna" . Inanna/Ishtar's trip

bisonmarsoulas

bisonmarsoulas

In Amorite legend this tube-shaped serpent’s name is Yamm, derived from the Hindu Lord of Death, Yama.13 Mari and this serpent apparently married, for Mari, who is also called Maya, was worshipped along with her serpent-husband Ya-Ma, whose name is Ma-Ya in reverse. Yama means ‘twin’.14    The Hindu Vedas say Yama, Lord of Death, sits in the midst of the cosmic ocean on the Navel of the Waters, where “matter first took form.”  Incidentally, the Japanese associated this center with the…

In Amorite legend this tube-shaped serpent’s name is Yamm, derived from the Hindu Lord of Death, Yama.13 Mari and this serpent apparently married, for Mari, who is also called Maya, was worshipped along with her serpent-husband Ya-Ma, whose name is Ma-Ya in reverse. Yama means ‘twin’.14 The Hindu Vedas say Yama, Lord of Death, sits in the midst of the cosmic ocean on the Navel of the Waters, where “matter first took form.” Incidentally, the Japanese associated this center with the…

PRIESTS OF THE DRAGON, THAT OLD SERPENT

PRIESTS OF THE DRAGON, THAT OLD SERPENT

The marriage of Inanna and Dumuzid

The marriage of Inanna and Dumuzid

Iniziazione ed Evoluzione nel Caduceo

La differenza tra iniziazione orientale e occidentale e l’iniziazione di Rudolf Steiner

Iniziazione ed Evoluzione nel Caduceo

Gold Amulet of Lama Old Babylonian (c.2000-1750 BC) This amulet is a representation of the Babylonian goddess Lama wearing a four horned headdress. She holds her hands up pleading on the behalf of the person who dedicated this object in a temple or shrine. She wears a heavy necklace and a special “flounced” garment. Her figure also appears on Mesopotamian cylinder seals. (Source: The British Museum)

Gold Amulet of Lama Old Babylonian (c.2000-1750 BC) This amulet is a representation of the Babylonian goddess Lama wearing a four horned headdress. She holds her hands up pleading on the behalf of the person who dedicated this object in a temple or shrine. She wears a heavy necklace and a special “flounced” garment. Her figure also appears on Mesopotamian cylinder seals. (Source: The British Museum)

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