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Originally posted by redhatty
Considering that Mother Goddess Religions go all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia and the Sumerian Religion, it can be postulated that Mother Goddess worship is the oldest known form of religion.
Originally posted by redhatty
ETA: Male statuary? Oh it still exists, what do you think the steeple on the top of a church is representing? It is nothing more than an obelisk, one of the oldest of phallic representations
... Saule The Sun Goddess
The Giver of Life. She brings Light and Warmth. With her benediction the crops ripen and all are fed.
In Latvian mythologies she is seen racing across the sky in her golden chariot pulled by two fiery steeds, or sailing the sky in her golden boat which sinks into the seas each evening. Saule is Life (daylight) Death (night) and Regeneration (dawn).
The sun is represented by circular motifs with or without rays, multi-petalled flowers, wheels, or circles with a single dot in the center.
Mçness- The Moon God
Brings Light to the Night Sky. He is the Protector of the Night.
Mçness rode the sky wearing starry robes in his silver chariot pulled by gray horses. His disappearance and renewal from New Moon to Full brought well being, light and health. Crops were planted according to his cycles to ensure abundance.
He is fickle in nature as seen by his constant changing for. Originally the consort of Saule, he fell in love with her daughter Austra, who rebuffed his advances, to have her as his own he married the Star Canopy Weaver, but when he look for her among the net of stars, all were there but Austra.
The Moon is represented by crescents, horns and half circles.
Zalktis – The Snake Goddess
The Sentinel of the Gods.
The green snake, Zalktis is a regenerative symbol bringing, life, happiness, fertility (to people and to crops) and prosperity. Saule love her best of all and to harm her was a great crime. If a snake is encountered it is an omen of marriage, birth or good fortune.
The Snake is represented by a stylized ‘S’. coils, spirals, ropes or waving lines and denotes rebirth.
Pçrkons The Thunder God
The Bringer of Fire.
(www: Children of the Matrix)
Mother Mary is El, the "dragon queen"
It is no surprise, given its origins in Babylon, that the Roman Church would so emphasize the importance of "Mary", the goddess figure, and its version of El or Queen Semiramis. El was also known as "May" or "Mother May" and so we have May Day, one of the most important ritual days of the year for the serpent cult/Illuminati.
The Illuminati-created creed of Communism has its day of celebration and military parades on May Day for the same reason (see ...'And The Truth Shall Set You Free' for the detailed background to the Illuminati origins of Communism). On the night of April 30th, Satanists perform the ritual of Walpurgis to the Goddess of Walpurgisnacht or "May Day Eve". She was such a popular deity in Germany as the May Queen, Walpurga, that she was encompassed by Christianity under the name "Saint" Walpurga, and a fictional story produced to justify this.2
Morgyn la Faye in the King Arthur stories is another version of El, as in Maer (Mary) gyn (woman) of the Fey (deadly serpent).3 Mary Woman of the Deadly Serpent - "Mother Mary" of Christianity.
Originally posted by SS,Naga
If any have an open mind, and don't Mind Opening it further, peruse the following link, in Full: (please note, christianity is referred to as what it actually is, a paganistic cult)
The Illuminati-created creed of Communism has its day of celebration and military parades on May Day for the same reason
Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by Hanslune
Mr Wilson's theory is the Neanderthals were advanced in the arts and the science of watching the stars. He thinks they were in tune with nature, much like the shamans of many cultures are today. He does show evidence that they were much more intelligent than thought. My one problem with the book is he spends to little time on the Neanderthals themselves, but the buildup of evidence to support some of the theory.
Originally posted by Byrd
I don't think that's "unconscious." I believe if you check that the artist is very open about his symbolism. It may not be what you think it is, however.