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Mesopotamia, Goddess Ishtar or Ereshkigal 'Queen of the Night' (18th Century B.C.). Goddess Ishtar, the roots of later Christian celebrated 'Easter,' Christianity having Pagan roots.

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Easter, Ishtar, Goddess of Love, Goddess of War, Goddess of Sex, ishtar goddess facts, Myth, mythology, god, story, ishtar easter

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from Journeying to the Goddess

Goddess Inanna

Goddess Ishtar From the land where Lilith was born

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Inanna - the Sumerian goddess of love, fertility, and warfare, and goddess of the E-Anna temple at the city of Uruk, her main centre.

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Goddess Symbols - Star of Ishtar. A symbol of the Mesopotamian Goddess Ishtar (Anath, Astarte, Inanna). Originally the deified evening star, Astarte was connected with fertility, sexuality, and war. The eight points represent the movements of the planet Venus. Source: dragonscale.com

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from DARK EMERALD TALES

IRELAND’S 7 DARKEST GODDESSES

Powerful, vengeful and not to be messed with, hell hath no fury like a scorned Irish goddess! Description from darkemeraldtales.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Inanna ( Sumerian: Inanna; Akkadian: Ištar) was the Sumerian goddess of love, fertility, and warfare, and goddess of the E-Anna temple at the city of Uruk, her main centre. As early as the Uruk period, she was associated with the city of Uruk where stood her greatest shrine, the House of Heaven.

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