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Abracadabra article - photo: the numinous vulva, inscribed with Sauwastika, on a lead effigy, found 23 feet below the surface in Troy in Ancient Anatolia

mysterywomanrevival: “ The numinous vulva again, inscribed with svastika, on a lead figurine found 23 feet below the surface at Troy. Hands touching breasts, another sign.

Catal Huyuk, Seated Mother Goddess Catal Huyuk, Catalhuyuk was an ancient Neolithic agricultural city in the Anatolia region of Turkey. It is the oldest settlement ever uncovered, dating from 7000—6000BC. She had numerous shrines, filled with small Goddess figurines, among them this seated Goddess. She sits in a throne, hands resting on her lioness or leopard companions, who were sacred to the Mother Goddess She is apparently in the act of giving birth, radiating calm and a regal posture.

witchywonderworks: “ Catal Huyuk, Seated Mother Goddess Catal Huyuk (Catal Hoyuk, Catalhuyuk) was an ancient Neolithic agricultural city in the Anatolia region of Turkey. It is the oldest settlement ever uncovered, dating from She had.

A statue of the Magna Mater / Cybele (h. 0.98), possibly from Ostia.  Only women (and castrated men) were allowed to attend the main celebrations of the goddess, which quickly got the reputation of being less religious ritual and more wild orgies.

The Roman root of Mother’s Day is perhaps more precisely found in the celebration of the Phrygian goddess Cybele, or Magna Mater (Great Mother). Referred to as Hilario, games were held in honor of the Mother of the gods.