Éva Székely
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No mud...No lotus.

No mud...No lotus.

Menat of Taharqo ( The Met NY )

Menat of Taharqo ( The Met NY )

Ninhursag, Enlil, Inanna, & Ninhursag. Innana uses divine alien powered weapons. She was granted privileges & powers by Anu, she was given a sky-ship + the Indus Valley.

Ninhursag, Enlil, Inanna, & Ninhursag. Innana uses divine alien powered weapons. She was granted privileges & powers by Anu, she was given a sky-ship + the Indus Valley.

Secret structures under iconic buildings

Secret structures under iconic buildings

Why is the number 20 so important? What has the character come here to do/go to? Which world would you travel to? (theartofanimation:Jie Ma)

Why is the number 20 so important? What has the character come here to do/go to? Which world would you travel to? (theartofanimation:Jie Ma)

intothepixel-05 by abitrich, via Flickr

intothepixel-05 by abitrich, via Flickr

A Fire in the Heavens by JJcanvas castle ocean sea boat landscape location environment architecture | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

A Fire in the Heavens by JJcanvas castle ocean sea boat landscape location environment architecture | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

Bee Goddess from Rhodes, 7th Century BCE The bee was a prevalent image of the Goddess found in such diverse cultures as Mesopotamia, Lithuania, Egypt, Sicily, and elsewhere. The names Melissa and Deborah refer to a priestess of the goddess and literally mean “honey bee.”

Bee Goddess from Rhodes, 7th Century BCE The bee was a prevalent image of the Goddess found in such diverse cultures as Mesopotamia, Lithuania, Egypt, Sicily, and elsewhere. The names Melissa and Deborah refer to a priestess of the goddess and literally mean “honey bee.”

CYLINDER SEALS - Used as a means of stamping and identifying documents... Simply roll the seal out on clay and get the image!  These seals are just a couple of inches long.  Ancient Near East

CYLINDER SEALS - Used as a means of stamping and identifying documents... Simply roll the seal out on clay and get the image! These seals are just a couple of inches long. Ancient Near East

Phoenician goddess Astarte which is the same figure as the goddess Tanit (but with arms straight out)

Phoenician goddess Astarte which is the same figure as the goddess Tanit (but with arms straight out)