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Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (video)


Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (video) | Khan Academy http://ow.ly/Ar4J30c6l1M

Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (video)


Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (video) | Khan Academy http://ow.ly/Ar4J30c6l1M

Did Ancient Aliens Impart Advanced Astro


Did Ancient Aliens Impart Advanced Astronomical Knowledge to the Dogon Tribe? | Ancient Origins http://ow.ly/b56n30bZmO1

6 Health Benefits of Lemon Balm | Herbal


6 Health Benefits of Lemon Balm | Herbal Remedy to Soothe | Flora’s Tea Diary http://ow.ly/sqQ430bUJ8h

Fatemeh Keshavarz — The Ecstatic Faith o


Fatemeh Keshavarz — The Ecstatic Faith of Rumi – | On Being http://ow.ly/pdWl30bU1Ft

115 Years Since Sensational Discovery of


115 Years Since Sensational Discovery of The World’s First Analogue Computer | Ancient Origins http://ow.ly/Qpo230bQSag

Inanna – Sumerian Mother Goddess, Queen of Heaven and Earth


Goddess Inspired

One of the longest lasting Goddesses from the ancient world is Sumer’s Inanna, who was revered in the Middle East for over 4,000 years. And even today in modern Islamic Iraq Inanna’s emblems of the reed knot and the date palm continue to have meaning to the people. [1]

Inanna’s origins are very very old and date back well into the Neolithic age. It is believed that the Goddess-revering Al ‘Ubaid culture brought Her imagery with them when they settled in the region south west of the Euphrates river as early as the 6th millennium BCE, i.e. 8,000 years ago. Her earliest temple was discovered in Uruk (Erech), Inanna’s main and longest lasting place of worship, and dates back to about 5,000 BCE.

In the early days of Her worship Inanna was still seen as the all-encompassing Mother Goddess. She was still revered as the source of the Upper and…

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