Inanna / Ishtar / Astarte was a goddess whose favor brought enslavement, pain and even death on her lovers.
Laura Botelho: Homo Capensis, os deuses do Sempre
Phoenician goddess Astarte
The Serpent was central to Goddess worship. The Serpent in the Tree was thought by early Jewish writers to have been a Winged Serpent. The Winged Serpent, or Dragon is first a symbol of the Goddess and of a nature-based Pagan spirituality
Astarte figurines, Mesopotamia
2000 a.c. Suméria
Ivory Panel Syro-Phoenician Nimrud 8th to 7th centuries BCE (4) | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos
Semiramis (The queen of skies) - "Semiramis and Nimrod acquired their vast and intricate knowledge from Horus and Marduk, the two fallen angels, who are hanging suspended in the underground well at Babel"