Ishtar

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Ishtar is the Mesopotamian goddess of fertility, love, war, sex and power. The most famous myth of Ishtar is about her going into the underworld. The gate-keeper of the underworld opened one gate at a time, but only after she removed a piece of clothing. By the seventh gate she was naked and could enter the underworld. Continue reading “Ishtar”

Epic of Gilgamesh

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The Epic of Gilgamesh is an astrological lesson on life. Many royals were given stories in the heavens because they were considered the gods of earth. Gilgamesh is that type of story.  The way Gilgamesh acts in the beginning is the way most men act(selfish). Continue reading “Epic of Gilgamesh”

Noah’s Ark

 

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I have shown in several other posts that most of religion, especially the patriarchal religions, use astronomy to deceive the masses. The story of Noah is no exception. The first clue is the animals being loaded two by two. Gemini is the twins and this is when the last round of water came in from Tiamat(see Lemurian Magic). Continue reading “Noah’s Ark”

The Green Man

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The Green Man is a sculpture, or other representation of a face surrounded by or made by leaves. Branches and vines may sprout from his nose, ears and mouth and sometimes they have flowers or berries. The Green Man is all over government buildings, churches and Universities. Whats the deal? Who is the Green Man? Continue reading “The Green Man”

Amazons

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Were the ancient amazon women warriors real or is it all just made up? Most of what we know about them come from Greek myths, but what most people don’t realize is they have been depicted in myths and legends in Egypt, Persia, India, Central Asia and China. In historical times, Cyrus of Persia, Alexander the Great, and Pompey were said to have tangled with the Amazons. So who were these bold barbarian archers on horseback who glorified fighting , hunting, and sexual freedom? Continue reading “Amazons”

Fortuna

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Fortuna is said to be the Roman Goddess of luck. Whenever I hear the word luck I know magic is involved. People that don’t understand magic say someone is lucky. Fortuna is actually equivalent to the Greek Goddess Tyche and is the Goddess of fate and fortune. Continue reading “Fortuna”