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“Lilith’s themes are freedom, courage, playfulness, passion, pleasure and sexuality.  Her symbol is an apple.  In Hebrew legends, Lilith is a dangerously beautiful Goddess who refused t…

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Lilith: Assyrian Relief

The Babylonian Goddess Lilith (Mesopotamia; BC) lilith was reviled by the men who wrote the bible.

Rossetti lady lilith 1867 - Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Lady Lilith, 1867 Dante Gabriel Rossetti The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Babylonian, Winged Goddess, called “Lillith” (Possibly Ishtar/Inanna), attended by owls and lions. 2025-1763 B.C.E., terracotta relief panel, 51 cm, Norman Colville Collection, London. Available from: ARTstor, http://library.artstor.org (accessed 15 April 2015).

Babylonia, goddess Ishtar or Ereshkigal ‘Queen of the Night’ (the Burney relief) C.

Inanna, "whore" of Babylon, goddess of wisdom, love, erotica, war and death. Patron goddess of temple prostitution. Animals: Lioness, owl, snake, bird with lion head.

Astarte, Queen of the Night - Babylon. Also Ishtar*** a very ancient goddess.may well go back before 4000 BCE.

Sumerian seal

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Sumerian seal- note his large right hand, three stars, wavy snake, palm

This image of Gilgamesh and Enkidu by modern-day artist Neil Dalrymple is inspired by ancient images of the two friends; notice Enkidu is part-animal, and smaller than the king whom he loves and serves

OT culture from Nimrod's time - the epic of Gilgamesh is thought to be about Nimrod. "Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Characters out of the earliest Mesopotamian creation story cycle called the Enuma Elish.

Lilitu

Burney Relief / 'Queen of the Night' Relief, Old Babylonian, B., 49 x 37 x baked straw-tempered clay © The Trustees of the British Museum

Greco-Babylonian goddess figurine from a Parthian era tomb in Babylon. At the Louvre. Perhaps she is Ishtar. Whoever she is, she is lovely and mysterious.

Ishtar Alabaster, gold, terracotta and rubies Century BC. From the necropolis of Hillah, near Babylon

History of Easter: Maundy Thursday -- a Shere or Green Thursday? http://billpetro.com/history-of-maundy-thursday #HistoryOfTheHolidays

History of Maundy Thursday: a Shere or Green Thursday?

History of Easter: Maundy Thursday -- a Shere or Green Thursday? http://billpetro.com/history-of-maundy-thursday #HistoryOfTheHolidays

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