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flickr.com/heaup  Model: Inanna Decozen MUAH: Fernanda Smits Styling: Susanne Meinster Photography: Heaup

flickr.com/heaup Model: Inanna Decozen MUAH: Fernanda Smits Styling: Susanne Meinster Photography: Heaup

Mythology + Religion: Goddess Inanna | #MythologyAndReligion #Mythology #Inanna

Mythology + Religion: Goddess Inanna | #MythologyAndReligion #Mythology #Inanna

Inanna/Ishtar Summerian/Babylonian goddess of love and war.

Inanna/Ishtar Summerian/Babylonian goddess of love and war.

Inanna ( Sumerian: Inanna; Akkadian: Ištar)  was the Sumerian goddess of love, fertility, and warfare, and goddess of the E-Anna temple at the city of Uruk, her main centre. As early as the Uruk period, she was associated with the city of Uruk where stood her greatest shrine, the House of Heaven.

Inanna ( Sumerian: Inanna; Akkadian: Ištar) was the Sumerian goddess of love, fertility, and warfare, and goddess of the E-Anna temple at the city of Uruk, her main centre. As early as the Uruk period, she was associated with the city of Uruk where stood her greatest shrine, the House of Heaven.

inanna symbols star of ur - Google Search

inanna symbols star of ur - Google Search

Star of Ur Amulet Dating back to 2000 BC, the eight-pointed star was discovered as a seal within the ruins of the ancient city of Ur. There it was the symbol of the Goddess Inanna, the Sumerian queen of the heavens, and later the symbol of Ishtar, who was revered in Babylon as the Light Bringer - with the eight pointed star, enclosed in a circle being the symbol of the sun god. As such it offers us a powerful, ancient connection to the Goddess and the light and warmth that she provides.

Star of Ur Amulet Dating back to 2000 BC, the eight-pointed star was discovered as a seal within the ruins of the ancient city of Ur. There it was the symbol of the Goddess Inanna, the Sumerian queen of the heavens, and later the symbol of Ishtar, who was revered in Babylon as the Light Bringer - with the eight pointed star, enclosed in a circle being the symbol of the sun god. As such it offers us a powerful, ancient connection to the Goddess and the light and warmth that she provides.

Inanna is the Queen of Heaven and Earth and the Goddess of Love. She is also Goddess of Grain, War, Fertility, Sexual Love, and perhaps best of all, Lady of Myriad Offices. Inanna was known as healer, lifegiver, and composer of songs; the keeper of emotions. Goddess of fertility, order, war, love, heavens, healing, emotions, and song; always wandering, searching for her home, her power. Ultimately, she was the embodied, playful, passionately erotic, feminine; the powerful, independent…

Inanna is the Queen of Heaven and Earth and the Goddess of Love. She is also Goddess of Grain, War, Fertility, Sexual Love, and perhaps best of all, Lady of Myriad Offices. Inanna was known as healer, lifegiver, and composer of songs; the keeper of emotions. Goddess of fertility, order, war, love, heavens, healing, emotions, and song; always wandering, searching for her home, her power. Ultimately, she was the embodied, playful, passionately erotic, feminine; the powerful, independent…

Death Priestess by Carlos-Quevedo on DeviantArt

Death Priestess by Carlos-Quevedo on DeviantArt

Inanna goddess of love and war, with a lion. Inanna illustrates her dual nature as a goddess of love, "showing some leg"; while the lion, the weapons of battle rising up behind her. The eight-pointed star (Venus) symbol associated with her.

Inanna goddess of love and war, with a lion. Inanna illustrates her dual nature as a goddess of love, "showing some leg"; while the lion, the weapons of battle rising up behind her. The eight-pointed star (Venus) symbol associated with her.

Inanna, Queen of Heaven - Sumerian Great Goddess and forerunner of the Babylonian Ishtar. She is the first daughter of the moon, and the Star of Morning and Evening. Inanna is linked to the planet Venus and is a love Goddess. Legends show Her to be a woman of powerful sexuality - Art by Thalia Took

Inanna, Queen of Heaven - Sumerian Great Goddess and forerunner of the Babylonian Ishtar. She is the first daughter of the moon, and the Star of Morning and Evening. Inanna is linked to the planet Venus and is a love Goddess. Legends show Her to be a woman of powerful sexuality - Art by Thalia Took

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