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Baal-Adad, From Syria, in Damascus Museum. Is that the mark of the beast under his arm?

The Goddess and the Baby Eater

We are seeing ancient bloodlines, who some call the "baby eaters”, willing to sacrifice their own young to their “Great Work”.

Period:      Late Cypriot II  Date:      ca. 1450–1200 B.C.  Culture:      Cypriot  Medium:      Terracotta  Dimensions:      H. 5 3/16 in. (13.21 cm)

Terracotta statuette of woman with bird face | Cypriot | Late Cypriot II | The Met

The statuette is handmade and solid and has a shaved surface. She is holding an infant in her left arm.This figurine is typical of Cypriot coroplastic art of the Late Cypriot II and III periods

Alexander victory coin Babylon silver c 322 BCE

Alexander victory coin Babylon silver c 322 BCE

Ancient Yemen Owl Goddess, 400 bce from the animism-shaman cultures of shaman women (talisman).

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Ancient Yemen Owl Goddess, 400 bce from the animism-shaman cultures of shaman women (talisman).

Detail man and woman,  Cucuteni culture, Romania (7000 - 3500 BC)

cucuteni – Herstory of Art

Berichten over cucuteni geschreven door Karin Haanappel

Ancient StarGates. Do they still work???

Ancient StarGates. Do they still work???

Figurine féminine. Balouchistan. Style Mehrgarh, période VI, vers 3000 av. J.-C. Terre cuite. H. : 8,2 cm. Musée Barbier-Mueller

Nudités Insolites

Through November 2014, the Barbier-Mueller Museum of Geneva will be exhibiting Nudités Insolites, a selection of unique pieces from the ancient world to the twentieth century, originating from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the pre-Columbian Americas. Throughout the centuries, in cultures across the globe, we find that images of nudity are often synonymous with maternity, power, virility, mortality, sexuality, and even comedy. This exhibition offers visitors an aesthetic and intellectual…

Statuettes anthropomorphes " déesses mères" : terre cuite, Mehrgarh , chalcolithique récent ( -3000 )

Statuettes anthropomorphes " déesses mères" : terre cuite, Mehrgarh , chalcolithique récent ( -3000 )

Double-headed Syro-Hittite terracotta figure,  1200-700 B.C. Flat-backed and depicting a female with two heads, the eyes and breasts formed as domes with round recesses, the headdresses and necklaces separately applied and both with a detailed shoulder and arm and combined into a single body extending to a flattened base, 19 cm high. Private collection

Double-headed Syro-Hittite terracotta figure, 1200-700 B.C. Flat-backed and depicting a female with two heads, the eyes and breasts formed as domes with round recesses, the headdresses and necklaces separately applied and both with a detailed shoulder and arm and combined into a single body extending to a flattened base, 19 cm high. Private collection

Cucuteni fired-clay anthropomorphic figurine.

RITUAL AND IDEOLOGY (DISCOVERING BARBARIAN EUROPE)

The study of prehistoric religion and ideology emerged as part of a reaction against the emphasis on "hard" facts, environmental reconstructions, settlement patterns, and subsistence data prevalent in archaeology beginning in the early 1960s. This newfound interest in the meaning […]

Who Is Baal | Baal, el primer demonio Mitos y Leyendas

Baal, el primer demonio - Cazamitos

Existen un sinnúmero de teorías realizadas por varios historiadores donde proponen a Baal como el primer demonio existente, o al menos como el primer antecedente del diablo en las religiones judeocristianas.

Priceless: A Marble altar depicting the Goddess Allat with a lion from the Temple of Baal ...

The ancient wonders inside Palmyra that ISIS will destroy or sell

The stunning ruins, an architectural jewel of the Middle East and a crossroads of the ancient world, are now in the clutches of jihadists likely to desecrate them as they did ancient sites in Iraq.