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Isis, Inana, Ishtar is among the most important deities in the Mesopotamian pantheon. Her cycle is reflected in that of Venus, the morning and the evening star

Isis, Inana, Ishtar is among the most important deities in the Mesopotamian pantheon. Her cycle is reflected in that of Venus, the morning and the evening star

The greatest art is to sit, and wait, and let it come. ~Yogi Bhajan

The greatest art is to sit, and wait, and let it come. ~Yogi Bhajan

Nut (egyptian sky goddess) by *jurithedreamer on deviantART

Nut (egyptian sky goddess) by *jurithedreamer on deviantART

Venus[Aphrodite] Rising, Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1824–1904

Venus[Aphrodite] Rising, Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1824–1904

Nyx, Greek goddess of the night.

Nyx, Greek goddess of the night.

Yeye Oshun

Yeye Oshun

lilith simbologia - Pesquisa Google

lilith simbologia - Pesquisa Google

Kali ma- A Hindu mother goddess. She is fierce, and is often shown as a bringer of death. That death is the death of illusion, as she liberates her children from the illusion of the manifest world. Often associated with Shakti, power or force, and is one of the consorts of Shiva.

Kali ma- A Hindu mother goddess. She is fierce, and is often shown as a bringer of death. That death is the death of illusion, as she liberates her children from the illusion of the manifest world. Often associated with Shakti, power or force, and is one of the consorts of Shiva.

Ki is the Sumerian Goddess of the earth. In Sumerian mythology, she is the daughter of Nammu, Goddess of the primordial sea. In the later Babylonian mythology, she is the daughter of Anshar and Kishar. In either case, she is the sister/wife of Anu, God of the sky, and mother by him of the Anunnaki, including Enlil, God of the air. Ki was eventually supplanted by Ninhursag as the Great Mother. Her name means “earth.”

Ki is the Sumerian Goddess of the earth. In Sumerian mythology, she is the daughter of Nammu, Goddess of the primordial sea. In the later Babylonian mythology, she is the daughter of Anshar and Kishar. In either case, she is the sister/wife of Anu, God of the sky, and mother by him of the Anunnaki, including Enlil, God of the air. Ki was eventually supplanted by Ninhursag as the Great Mother. Her name means “earth.”

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