(Open role play. Powers allowed. No fandoms). She carefully approached me. I haut turned away. "Are you ok?" She asked. I didn't answer. I couldn't. "Hello?" I turned. "Are you ok?" She asked again. (I need someone to be her.)
The Nephilim (נפילים) were offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men” before the Deluge according to Genesis 6:4; the name is also used in reference to giants who inhabited Canaan at the time of the Israelite conquest of Canaan in Numbers 13:33. The story of the nephilim is further elaborated in the Book of Enoch, where the Greek, Aramaic, and main Ge'ez manuscripts of 1 Enoch and Jubilees connect the origin of the nephilim with the fallen angels
Another throwback what do you think? Also sorry for all the older posts this is one of the coloured sketches i still like from back in june! i actually always wanted to repost this bc i misspelled my name on it lol! #digitalart #كلنا_رسامين #relseiy_ocs
“So, is there an afterlife, and if so, what will it be like? I don't have a clue. But I am confident that the one who has buoyed us up in life will also buoy us up through death. We die into God. What more that means, I do not know. But that is all I need to know.” ― Marcus J. Borg,
Inanna was the Queen of the Sumerian Pantheon and Goddess of love, fertility and war. Her other names included Ninanna (Queen of the Sky) and as Ninsinanna she was personification of the planet Venus, linked to the morning and evening star. The Babylonians knew her as Ishtar. Sacred marriage rites were performed at the Sumerian New Year. At the ceremony this Goddess would be invoked to bless the couples with fertility.