In Mesopotamian mythology, Ereshkigal , lit. "great lady under earth") was the goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead or underworld.
Ereshkigal is therefore the sister of Ishtar and from one point of view her counterpart, the symbol of nature during the non-productive season of the year. As the doctrine of two kingdoms, one of this world and one of the world of the dead, becomes crystallized, the dominions of the two sisters are sharply differentiated from one another.
Then father Enki spoke out to the gala-tura and the kur-jara: " Go and direct your steps to the underworld. Flit past the door like flies. Slip through the door pivots like phantoms. The mother who gave birth, Erec-ki-gala, on account of her children, is lying there. Her holy shoulders are not covered by a linen cloth. Her breasts are not full like a cagan vessel. Her nails are like a pickaxe (?) upon her. The hair on her head is bunched up as if it were leeks.
Originally posted by truthermantwo
i truly believe that this is a form of contact through time by beings with imense technological capabilites. It looks primitive on the surface, but if you look at it the thing between the two looks like a tesla coil. And the flag and ray things coming from there heads could symbolize thought..telepathy. And the people in rows in different poses could be calling out. something or sending a message about whats happening to them.
OMG I'm a freakin' genius!