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Sumerian gods and goddesses - the polytheistic Sumerian religion held that their gods looked and acted like people. Four main gods created and ruled over the world; these were the gods of sky, wind, foothills, and fresh water. Each city-state worshiped its own god.

Sumerian gods and goddesses - the polytheistic Sumerian religion held that their gods looked and acted like people. Four main gods created and ruled over the world; these were the gods of sky, wind, foothills, and fresh water. Each city-state worshiped its own god.

“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 …

Primordial Goddess and her TimeLINE

“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 …

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TETEOINNAN Antonio Fco. Rodríguez Alvarado Imagen de Internet Del náhuatl teteo , dioses, plural de teotl + in , su + ...

Anunnaki or “Those who from heaven came to earth” (i.e. ancient aliens originating from the planet Rigel in the Orion constellation) said to have traveled on a massive battleship planet…

The Anunnaki

Anunnaki or “Those who from heaven came to earth” (i.e. ancient aliens originating from the planet Rigel in the Orion constellation) said to have traveled on a massive battleship planet…

Sumerian Inanna, later Astarte, Venus and anything else

La primera Diosa de la tierra era Gordita!!!

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian officer presents a new king to the vanquished Elamites at Madaktu after the battle of Til Tuba. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian officer presents a new king to the vanquished Elamites at Madaktu after the battle of Til Tuba. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

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