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  1. Samujin Reply
    - Descent of Ishtar to The Nether World - Inanna and Ebih - Inanna and Enki - The Transfer of the Arts of Civilization from Eridu to Erech - Inanna's Descent to The Nether World: Español - Inanna y Enki - La Transferencia de las Artes de la Civilización de Eridu a Erech.
  2. Faenris Reply
    Ishtar thinks to go into the Place of Darkness in search of her beloved spouse Tammuz. Arrayed in her magnificent power and splendor she enters the cavern that leads to that realm. The place is surrounded by seven walls and has seven gates and at her demand for entry, the watchman, Nedu, begs leave to consult with his mistress, Irkalla, sister.
  3. Vudogor Reply
    Ishtar, (Akkadian), Sumerian Inanna, in Mesopotamian religion, goddess of war and sexual love. Ishtar is the Akkadian counterpart of the West Semitic goddess grunge.moginnyohnyodal.infoinfo, an important goddess in the Sumerian pantheon, came to be identified with Ishtar, but it is uncertain whether Inanna is also of Semitic origin or whether, as is more likely, her similarity to Ishtar caused the two to be.
  4. Salmaran Reply
    1 Inanna Ishtar 2 Full Of Emptiness 3 In-Out Bounds 4 Saturday Bench 5 Batillus 6 Unbeknown Behaviour 7 Corrosive Waste 8 Burn The Flag 9 Dachau 10 Joy Jordan 11 June 12 Filigrana Institution (Abort Commotion) 13 Concealing Henry Fool 14 Dubjeck's Summer.
  5. Kajim Reply
    Inanna is an ancient Mesopotamian goddess associated with love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, justice, and political power. She was originally worshipped in Sumer and was later worshipped by the Akkadians, Babylonians, and Assyrians under the name Ishtar. She was known as the "Queen of Heaven" and was the patron goddess of the Eanna temple at the city of Uruk, which was her main cult Abode: Heaven.
  6. Mashura Reply
    Mar 14,  · Ishtar in Akkadian (Astarte in Hebrew, Inanna in Sumerian) is the Mesopotamian goddess of both love and fertility AND war. She’s described as a young, pretty woman. She’s in love with Tammuz, and her love for him is central to the dualistic nature of .
  7. Tygozuru Reply
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  8. Makora Reply
    Nov 14,  · The acolyte is a full cultist, having devoted their life unequivocally to Ishtar. Barring extant priestesses, any neophyte, who in the presence of other lay or neophytes, expresses desire thereof, and has their desire thereby affirmed, and taking upon themselves the trouble of acquainting themselves with the worship of Her, may consider.
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