Inanna is the mother and consort of Tammuz
Mary is the mother and consort of Jesus
Jesus (Pisces) – Mars (Aries) / Tammuz (Aries)
Mary (Virgo) – Venus (Libra) / Inanna-Ishtar (Pisces)
Mary is mother (Pisces) and consort (Virgo) of Jesus (Aries)
Pisces is the last sign in the Zodiac – Aries the first
Virgo is detrimental to Pisces
Aries is detrimental to Libra
Aries – Pisces – Aquarius
The point where the sun crosses the celestial equator northwards is called the First Point of Aries. However, due to the precession of the equinoxes, this point is no longer in the constellation Aries, but rather in Pisces, due south of ω Psc, and, due to precession, slowly drifting below the western fish towards Aquarius.
Scorpio – Libra – Virgo
Scorpius is one of the constellations of the zodiac. The Babylonians called…
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Istanbul Archeological museum: Greek: „No intruder is allowed in the courtyard and within the wall surrounding the temple. Whoever enters will invite death for himself!“
This was a warning stone placed in the partition wall of the Herodian temple at Jerusalem. The wall was designed to partition access to the area for worship preserved for the Israelites, and separated access from the gentile. This was a literal interpretation of the intent of Num 1:51: „and when the tabernacle is to be pitched, the Levites shall set it up and the stranger that cometh nigh shall be put to death„. The wall or „soreg“ was described as being 3 cubits high by Josephus (1) Along the top of this wall at regular intervals were placed stones, an example seen in the photograph above. Interspaced was lattice-work or „a reticulated fence of sticks“ ten hand-breadths high (7) which was perforated…
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Ever heard of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love,sex and beauty.
In one of the most famous image from Sandro Botticelli, we see her BIRTH, emerging from the sea, that is a reference to her origin story.
In this older of the two stories of Aphrodite’s birth, she emerges from the sea as a grown woman.
Her father is Ouranos, the god of the sky, and she has no mother. The Legend takes place two generations before Zeus, when Ouranos reigned with his wife Gaia, the goddess of the earth.
Ouranos hated his children, who were known as the Titans. He hid them within the depths of the Earth known as the Tartara. Until Gaia, loathing her husband, devised a plan with her son, the Titan Kronos/ Cronus.
She then equipped Cronus with a sickle, and when Ouranos next came to sleep with Gaia….role reversal. The son chopped off his…
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Diese Galerie enthält 16 Fotos.
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►Greek Mythology: „Aphrodite, Hephaestus, Ares and her Other Lovers“: „Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan“ by Joachim Wtewael. (1601). _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Hephaestus (Roman equivalent: Vulcan), the smith and craftsman of the gods, was…
According to Stephen Fry in his book Mythos, the story in how the honeybee obtained her sting is rather unusual. It begins on the day of Zeus’s wedding to Hera, a wedding which all of creation were greatly anticipating. However, it was not just the wedding formalities that was causing the excitement. Zeus had announced that whoever could devise the most interesting and original wedding dish would be granted the opportunity to ask him any favour they pleased. Immortal creatures were particularly excited for the chance to have an audience with King of the Gods. Zeus and Hera were presented every compilation of taste imaginable; salty, sweet, bitter, sour and savoury. When the newlyweds began tasting the dishes, Zeus came across a small amphora filled to the top with a amber-coloured sticky sweet smelling goo, to which Zeus mistook for pine resin.
This sticky goo was something the
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