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The Lost Goddess of Israel by Sandra Scham.Asherah is arguably the most important goddess in the Canaanite pantheon. The prototypical mother of gods and humans and consort of the chief god, El, she is also the mistress of the sea and the land, and protector of all living things. . . .there are also more than 40 references to Asherah in the Old Testament. . . (continued at) http://archive.archaeology.org/0503/abstracts/israel.html

Figurines Collection of the Canaanite Mother Goddess 'Asherah' (Israel Museum, Jerusalem). Ahab built sacred poles containing images of asherah.

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)

Babylonian-Gold Amulet of the Goddess Lama with horned shamanic headdress. She holds her hands up whispering (healing). She also appears on Mesopotamian cylinder seals of the Goddess BCE

Primordial Goddess and her TimeLINE – twiggietruth....  “Great Mother goddesses are the most primitive manifestations of archetypal feminine symbolism; they present matriarchal symbolism in an undifferentiated form, before the split into elementary and transformative, positive and negative goddesses.

Primordial Goddess and her TimeLINE

Great Mothers, This was the symbol for 'God' since the beginning of civilization until around 5300 BCE. Humans once revered LifeCreation- The Divine Feminine before adoration was controverted and stolen by death and destruction- The destructive masculine.

Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium: Terracotta

Seated Mother Goddess Period:Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style B. Culture:Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium:Terracotta Dimensions:H.

Asherah, later known as Astarte or Ashtaroth, the Goddess of Love and War, shown here in her original Canaanite and Philistine Cult statue was the Bride/Consort of Baal the God of Storms. [Israel Muse

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Asherah Statue - Ashera Semitic Goddess Statue as the Tree of Knowledge

OMG SHE WAS LIKE THIS IN MY VISION  And I never even saw this pic, crazyy. And it's so accurate in article. I just can't wait to see what Universe has in store for me when I accept and open my gifts ✨❤

Goddess Asherah

Ancient West Semitic goddess, consort of the supreme god. The word asherah in the Old Testament was used not only in reference to the goddess herself but also to a wooden cult object associated with her worship.

SCULPTURE-examples from Jericho mark the beginning of Monumental sculpture and individualized portraiture.  Seated Goddess, Catal Huyuk, c5900 BCE

Seated Goddess, Catal Huyuk, BCE -- Ancient Mesopotamia is one of my passions.

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Star of UR - Babylonian 8 pointed star of Ishtar Astarte

Star of UR - Babylonian 8 pointed star of Ishtar Astarte

Star of Ur Amulet Dating back to 2000 BC, the eight-pointed star was discovered as a seal within the ruins of the ancient city of Ur. There it was the symbol of the Goddess Inanna,

Goddess Isis, Kingship and Magic - circa 1st century BCE, from Greco-Roman period - at the Walters Art Museum

Amazing statue of the Goddess Isis, Kingship and Magic - circa century BCE, from Greco-Roman period - at the Walters Art Museum

Carved Ivory Mesopotamian Votive Figurine of the Goddess Ishtar, Circa 3000 BCE. Ishtar, known as Inanna to the Sumerians, was universal as a goddess in various forms in the ancient middle east. She was the Akkadian supreme goddess of sexual love and fertility and was also the goddess of war, ‘the lady of battles’. Her symbol was an eight pointed star that was identified with the planet Venus; later the Romans knew her by this name.

Carved Ivory Mesopotamian Votive Figurine of the Goddess Ishtar, Circa 3000 BCE.

The worship of Cybele was originally centered in Phrygia (central Turkey), where she was known Kubaba or Kybele. The Romans formally adopted her worship in 204 BCE, when they brought a statue representing her from her main shrine in the Phrygian city of Pergamum back to Rome. This statue, from a site in Anatolia dating to the eighth or early seventh century BCE, depicts the Phrygian goddess with two youthful attendents playing a flute and harp.

Phrygian statue of Kybele/Agdistis found on a post Hittite layer from the century BCE at or near Hattusa.

Babylonian Goddess Ashtarte Ishtar Statue 2000 BC (also known by other names in other cultures, such as Eastre, Astarte, Artemis, fertility goddesses. This is the goddess behind Easter celebrations.

Babylonian Goddess Ashtarte Ishtar Statue 2000 BC (also known by other names in other cultures, such as Eastre, Astarte, Artemis, fertility goddesses. This is the goddess behind Easter celebrations

As escavações de Çatal Huyuk ficaram famosas na década de 1960, quando começaram a revelar a existência de belas expressões artísticas. Em 1993, uma equipe internacional de arqueólogos – liderada pelo britânico Ian Hodder – deu início a novos trabalhos, descobrindo que aquela região da Turquia, chamada Anatólia, foi o centro de uma cultura bastante avançada da Pré-História ( cf. José Sergio Osse – Supermundo – Agosto/2008). Da pasta: Adendo I - Ícone.  Catal Huyuk Turkey

Figurative Sculpture of a Neolithic Abundant Goddess From Catal Hoyuk Turkey with copper wash finish side view. year old goddess figure from Turkey.

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