Chapter 15: Isis, Ishtar, Gaea, And Ninkhursag

genesis6-section2-chap15Ninkhursag was celebrated as the Serpent Lady in Sumerian literature, denoting her as the prevailing Grail/Dragon queen of the Ring Lords. Ninkhursag’s womb became famous within Grail, Dragon, Fairy, and Ring culture and with Legomin literature as the Messianic succession of the uterine womb, the Chalice of the Grail Queen, which marked the perpetual dragon succession and the maternal blood. 21 Ninkhursag’s matrilineal blood, the Rosi Crucis , also known alternatively as the “Nectar of Supreme Excellence” and “Star Fire,” 22 are additional important allegories that I will cover later.

The rings were the primary devices of the Anunnaki gods, who established earthly kingship from 4000 B.C.E. 23 What is important to note here is that Ninkhursag/Mother Earth copulated with the god Anu or Enki, both gods at the apex of the Sumerian pantheon, producing mighty men of renown for kingships, which became in lore the earth born Anunnaki, very much like the Nephilim of Genesis. The Grand Assembly of the Anunnaki held the ring(s) of kingship at Nippur to bind the Anunnaki kings in unity. 24 The earthly Anunnaki were the illegal, evil potentates and kings of the antediluvian epoch. The infamous rings of kingship were the basis for Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy , as well as a plethora of alternative literature and tales, including the Gau’old’s transport rings allegorized into the Star Gate television series.

The Canaanites also held that Astarte was the wife of the god Bel/Baal. Astarte held appellations, including the Great Mother of Fertility, the Queen of Heaven, and the Great Mother, 25 just as her other counterparts in the Greek, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian pantheons did. Astarte was also known in other Middle Eastern pantheons as Astoreth and Asherah, 26 as well as Athtart, Ashtoreth, Ashtaroth, and most notably, Ishtar in Akkad, 27 Assyria, and Babylon. 28 Ishtar was further known in antediluvian Sumeria as Innana. 29 Ishtar, not surprisingly, was the female human who slept with the fallen angel Azazel/Shemyaza, from whom she learned the true name of God. 30 One then wonders whether Baal, the Canaanite storm god, or Uranus was Azazel.

The term “Mother Earth” represented in ancient mythology throughout the world was the female womb that produced a race of giants through a union with a (god- like) male force. 31