Easter history : holiday traditions and their origins, from the goddess Ishtar(Inanna)to the Easter Bunny.

Easter history : holiday traditions and their origins, from the goddess Ishtar(Inanna)to the Easter Bunny.

Two hawk-faced beings stand behind them bearing fruit from the Tree in one hand and the Tablets of Destiny in the other. They represent a humanized version of the ancient Sumerian Storm Bird Zu, who achieved fame assisting the sun god and stealing the Tablets Of Destiny from the vengeful goddess Inanna-Ishtar.

Two hawk-faced beings stand behind them bearing fruit from the Tree in one hand and the Tablets of Destiny in the other. They represent a humanized version of the ancient Sumerian Storm Bird Zu, who achieved fame assisting the sun god and stealing the Tablets Of Destiny from the vengeful goddess Inanna-Ishtar.

The Goddess Inanna in breast-offering pose. As early as 3500 B.C.E. Inanna was worshiped as the great Goddess of Sumeria. Also known as Queen of Heaven and Earth, Priestess of Heaven, Light of the World, First Daughter of the Moon, Righteous Justice, Holy Shepherdess, and Loud Thundering Storm.

The Goddess Inanna in breast-offering pose. As early as 3500 B.C.E. Inanna was worshiped as the great Goddess of Sumeria. Also known as Queen of Heaven and Earth, Priestess of Heaven, Light of the World, First Daughter of the Moon, Righteous Justice, Holy Shepherdess, and Loud Thundering Storm.

These symbols were found in royal tombs and documents thru Asia Minor, Egypt and nearby countries. They originally symbolized the flying planetoid Nibiru and its high god Anu. Later, similar symbols were used for other celestial gods such as the sun god.

These symbols were found in royal tombs and documents thru Asia Minor, Egypt and nearby countries. They originally symbolized the flying planetoid Nibiru and its high god Anu. Later, similar symbols were used for other celestial gods such as the sun god.

Sardus Pater - coin minted under the Roman praetor Marcus Atius Balbus (60 BCE) . Sardus Pater was the eponym god of Nuragic Sardinians worshiped at the temple of Antas (SW coast of Sardinia), the "Sardopatòros ieròn" (temple of Sardus Pater) mentioned by the Greek geographer Ptolemy.

Sardus Pater - coin minted under the Roman praetor Marcus Atius Balbus (60 BCE) . Sardus Pater was the eponym god of Nuragic Sardinians worshiped at the temple of Antas (SW coast of Sardinia), the "Sardopatòros ieròn" (temple of Sardus Pater) mentioned by the Greek geographer Ptolemy.

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