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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

The Goddess Inanna. The Sumerian Great Queen or Lady of Heaven (Ninanna) is known to us mainly from the Gilgamesh epic. Also known as Innin, she has subsequently given rise to the Semitic Ishtar. Inanna/Ishtar was, without doubt, the most venerated and influential among all Near-Eastern deities.

The Goddess Inanna. The Sumerian Great Queen or Lady of Heaven (Ninanna) is known to us mainly from the Gilgamesh epic. Also known as Innin, she has subsequently given rise to the Semitic Ishtar. Inanna/Ishtar was, without doubt, the most venerated and influential among all Near-Eastern deities.

Mesopotamia, Goddess Ishtar or Ereshkigal 'Queen of the Night' (18th Century B.C.). Goddess Ishtar, the roots of later Christian celebrated 'Easter,' Christianity having Pagan roots.

Mesopotamia, Goddess Ishtar or Ereshkigal 'Queen of the Night' (18th Century B.C.). Goddess Ishtar, the roots of later Christian celebrated 'Easter,' Christianity having Pagan roots.

Goddess Symbols - Star of Ishtar. A symbol of the Mesopotamian Goddess Ishtar (Anath, Astarte, Inanna).  Originally the deified evening star, Astarte was connected with fertility, sexuality, and war. The eight points represent the movements of the planet Venus. Source: dragonscale.com

Goddess Symbols - Star of Ishtar. A symbol of the Mesopotamian Goddess Ishtar (Anath, Astarte, Inanna). Originally the deified evening star, Astarte was connected with fertility, sexuality, and war. The eight points represent the movements of the planet Venus. Source: dragonscale.com

darkbastardsoul: “Inanna, Sumerian Goddess of Love ” !!! This is exactly what the snake around Inanna’s neck looked like in my dream.

darkbastardsoul: “Inanna, Sumerian Goddess of Love ” !!! This is exactly what the snake around Inanna’s neck looked like in my dream.

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…

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