Hathor, Sky-Goddess of women, fertility and love. Temple of Kom Ombo, Aswan, Egypt.

Hathor, Sky-Goddess of women, fertility and love. Temple of Kom Ombo, Egypt - Hathor (Godess) with belly-button, there goes my theory on that one !

Assyrian relief panel at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Curious about their legs.Assyrian relief panel at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sumerian statue of a vestal virgin. Sumerian city-state Mary / Mari ca. 2500 BC National Museum, Damascus

Sumerian statue of a vestal virgin. Sumerian city-state Mary / Mari ca. 2500 BC National Museum, Damascus Plus

Sumerian Tablet

Sumerian Tablet depicting the Wheel (Uttu Shamash) of (Creation) of Those Things Not As Gods. The God Supa holding a high ranking god's symbol of the Rod & Iron.

The 14 Tablets Of Enki The Anunnaki | RiseEarth ~ The Anunnaki appear to believe in evolution of their own species although there is reference to a “creator of all”. In the tablet discussions on creating a primitive worker (Adam and Eve), a “father of all beginnings” is mentioned as the sole creator of life. Despite this belief in a supreme being, their apparent belief in evolution could explain why, despite their advance technology and knowledge...

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Sumerian Statue, British Museum

Enki - His symbols included a goat and a fish, which later combined into a single beast, the goat Capricorn, recognised as the Zodiacal constellation Capricornus

Sumerian carving of what appears to be a griffin.

The Neo-Assyrian King Ashurnasirpal II BC) built his magnificent Northwest Palace at Nimrud (now in northern Iraq). Its interior decoration featured a series of remarkable carved stone panels.

Fort Shalmaneser, Rm SW 7. Panel w/a male figure grasping a tree; winged sun disc above, ivory. Neo-Assyrian Period, Syrian Style, ca  8th c. BC

Fort Shalmaneser, Rm SW Panel w/a male figure grasping a tree; winged sun disc above, ivory. Neo-Assyrian Period, Syrian Style, ca c.

astarte goddess | Golden Plaque with fine granulation work of 4-Winged Goddess

58 Pics That Prove Angelic Activity On Earth – Hidden History

Zoroaster (Zarathustra in Avestan) was a Persian sage who lived around 1400-1200 B.C. He is recognised as the prophet that developed a way of life and belief, and a religion known as Zoroastrianism. He is also credited with the authorship of the Yasna Haptanghaiti and the Gathas, which are hymns that form the liturgical core of Zoroastrianism.

Zoroaster (Zarathustra in Avestan) was a Persian sage who lived around

Assyrian Alaha Ashur

Seal of Asshur, Assyrian god of war.

Relief of Goddess Hathor at the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom Ombo,Egypt.

grandegyptianmuseum: “ Relief of Goddess Hathor, Temple of Sobek and Haroeris , Kom Ombo.

Secrets Of The Watchers, Anunnaki And The New (Reptilian) World Order - Sumeria: The Cradle (Or Test Tube) of Civilization - the Sumerian Annunaki (beings that came to Earth from the sky) were the same as the Hebraic Nephilim (those cast down to Earth ie fallen angels) - Islam says they were djinn, not angels ***** excellent

Zecharia Sitchen Nibiru And The Anunnaki - Archeologist Zecharia Sitchen uncovers the lost and hidden archives of the Annunaki: Extra-planetary visitors who over years ago inspired what is thought to be the earliest civilization known to man;

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