GODDESS OF INANNA The Goddess of Venus is the most excellent Queen of Inanna, called of th
GODDESS OF INANNA
The Goddess of Venus is the most excellent Queen of Inanna, called
of the Babylonians ISHTAR. She is the god of Passion, both of love and war,
depending upon her sign and time of appearance in the heavens. She appeared
as a most beautiful lady, in the company of Lions, and partakes of subtle
astral nature with the Moon God NANNA. When they are in agreement, that is,
when there two planets are auspiciously arranged in the heavens, it is as two
offering-cups split freely in the heavens, to rain the sweet wines of the
heavens upon the earth. And then there is great happyness and rejoicing. She
sometime appears in armor, and thereby a most excellent Guardian against the
machinations of her sister, the dread Queen ERESHKIGAL of KUR, With the Name
and Number of INANNA, no Priest fear walk into the very depths of the
She is similarly the Goddess of Love, and bestows a favorable bride
upon any man who deserves it, and makes the proper sacrifice. BUT KNOWN THAT
INANNA TAKES HER OWN FOR HER OWN, AND THAT ONCE CHOSEN BY HER NO MAN MAY
TAKE ANOTHER BRIDE.
Her color is the purplish white. Her manifestation is in the metal
Copper, and also in the most beautiful flowers in the field. And in the
saddest death of the battle field, which is that field's fairest flower.
Inanna is also known by the Number 15.
The Above was taken from The Necronomicon (C) Avon Publishing.
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