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The Babylonian Queen By Summer Lee
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Mariah, the Maiden of Mesopotamia, has an opportunity to tutor the children of the Parthian queen at the palace in Babylon. En route, she gets word that the queen has suddenly died. Now Mariah must... More > not only become the children's tutor, but their full-time guardian as well, by order of the king. Also along the way, Mariah falls in love with her carriage driver. Unfortunately, the widower king falls in love with her, too. Her heart, which was already torn by the son she gave up for adoption, years ago, is now further divided between love and duty. The King wants to make her into his mistress, but Mariah must keep him at arm's length and choose the best path. Adding to the secret sorrow of her lost son, his father unexpectedly shows up and makes trouble that could ruin her reputation, or worse. THE BABYLONIAN QUEEN is the stunning story of a smart, strong woman's life in 5 A.D. Reader fans of Anita Diamant's THE RED TENT will find a new Biblical-era heroine to love in THE BABYLONIAN QUEEN.< Less
BABYLONIAN LEGENDS OF THE CREATION By LogoStar Press
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The Babylonian epic of creation focuses on the glorification of Bel-Marduk by describing his contest with Tiamat, the dragon of chaos. In the epic, an account is given of the creation of the world... More > from the primeval deep, and the birth of the gods of light. Then comes the story of the struggle between the gods of light and the powers of darkness, and the final victory of Marduk, who clove Tiamat asunder, forming the heaven from half of her body and the earth from the other. Marduk next arranged the stars in order, along with the sun and moon, and gave them laws they were never to transgress. After this, the plants and animals were created, and finally man. Marduk here takes the place of Ea, who appears as the creator in the older legends, and is said to have fashioned man from clay.< Less
BABYLONIAN LEGENDS OF THE CREATION By LogoStar Press
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The Babylonian epic of creation focuses on the glorification of Bel-Marduk by describing his contest with Tiamat, the dragon of chaos. In the epic, an account is given of the creation of the world... More > from the primeval deep, and the birth of the gods of light. Then comes the story of the struggle between the gods of light and the powers of darkness, and the final victory of Marduk, who clove Tiamat asunder, forming the heaven from half of her body and the earth from the other. Marduk next arranged the stars in order, along with the sun and moon, and gave them laws they were never to transgress. After this, the plants and animals were created, and finally man. Marduk here takes the place of Ea, who appears as the creator in the older legends, and is said to have fashioned man from clay.< Less
The Babylonian Legends Of the Creation By E.A. Wallis Budge
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The legend of the creation of the world as told by the ancient Babylonians and Assyrians.
The Babylonian Story of the Deluge By E. A. Wallis Budge
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This edition of The Babylonian Story of the Deluge as Told by Assyrian Tablets from Nineveh by E. A. Wallis Budge is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
The Babylonian Story of The Deluge By E.A. Wallis Budge
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The Babylonian Story of the Deluge as Told by Assyrian Tablets from Nineveh
MASKIM HUL: Babylonian Magick By Michael Ford
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The Usumgal Edition ('serpent', cult epithet of Nergal) features 5 unpublished illustrations by Marchozelos, A Usumgal Ritual invoking Nergal from ancient cult tablets and a ritual for the 'God... More > Within'. The dust jacket is lined with an invocation of the Sebitti on the front and rear flap as a type of talisman. Maskim Hul is to re-define modern magical practice and the theology of the spiritual-rebel.Tiamat, Kingu and the 11 Chaos-Monsters created by Tiamat are explored, their functions, manifestations and how they survived and existed in the pantheon of Marduk, Ea and the other gods. The grimoire is founded and dedicated to the Seven Sebitti or Maskim, the "Seven Evil Gods" or rebels along with Lamashtu, Lilith are presented in a plethora of rituals and their names of calling.< Less
MASKIM HUL: Babylonian Magick By Michael Ford
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Maskim Hul is a complete grimoire of Tiamat-centered magick, pre-luciferian sorcery developed from authentic Mesopotamian clay tablets. Tiamat, Kingu and the 11 Chaos-Monsters created by Tiamat are... More > explored, their functions, manifestations and how they survived and existed in the pantheon of Marduk, Ea and the other gods. The gods, demons and evil spirits of Mesopotamia are presented along with Cuneiform sigils and documentation of their use in sorcery. The extensive Invocations of the Gods, Hymns and the entire foundation of authentic Kassapu-practice of ancient Babylon is offered in a concise manner. The grimoire is founded and dedicated to the Seven Sebitti or Maskim, the "Seven Evil Gods" or rebels along with Lamashtu, Lilith are presented in a plethora of rituals and their names of calling. The Serpent Gods of fertility, Ishtar revealed as a form of Tiamat (from pantheon sources) and the rites of necromancy and the Black Flame (Melammu) is presented.< Less
Babylonian and Assyrian Literature By Anonymous
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Babylonian Magic and Sorcery By Leonard W. King
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First published in 1896, King presents the cuneiform text of a group of 60 clay tablets inscribed with prayers and religious compositions of a devotional and magical character. These tablets were... More > created by the scribes of Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria, between 669-625 b.c., and are currently part of the Kuyunjik collection in the British Museum. King's illustrations feature a transliteration of each tablet with an English translation of well-preserved passages. King includes a Babylonian-English glossary, a list of proper names and numerals with their corresponding cuneiform inscriptions, and a list of words and word portions of uncertain translation.< Less

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