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The Esoteric Codex: Mesopotamian Deities By Troy Kynard
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The Esoteric Codex: Mesopotamian Deities (First Edition) collects curated articles regarding Mesopotamian deities
The Mesopotamians and Their Pessimistic View of Life By Keltik Excalibur
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130 words response to: The mesopotamians had a generally pessimistic view of life. How do the arts of their civilization reveal this? Use at least one example to illustrate your points. What other... More > features of this culture does the art reveal?< Less
An Introduction to Mesopotamian Mythology By Robert Fontenot
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The world of Ancient Mesopotamia comes alive in this stunning work of bread dough artistry. Thrill to the exploits of Gilgamesh! Gaze in wonder at the goddess Ishtar! Turn the pages! Read the Notes!... More > The best book on the Mythology of Ancient Mesopotamia you've seen in years, all faithfully rendered and lovingly baked in bread dough.< Less
Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology By Michael W Ford
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The Lilitu Udug-hul Shadow Edition of Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick and Demonology presents a balanced path of knowledge and self-initiation in Babylonian, Neo-Assyrian, Sumerian, Akkadian and other... More > Mesopotamian pantheons and traditions. The Anunakki, gods and demons are presented in their origins in myth, rituals, religion and surviving tablets and discovered temples. The Lilitu Udug-hul Edition presents an 8 x 10 format with enlarged and detailed art, sigils and representations of the demonic and Deific Masks, presented in a modern yet authentic way by Kitti Solymosi and Nestor Avalos. The Lilitu Udug-hul Shadow Edition is structured and textually consecrated to the Nightside Sorcery of Lamastu, Lilitu and Ardat Lili demonic masks of power and the Seven Udug-hul. Additional ceremonies, hymns and incantations are published in this version.< Less
The Mesopotamian School & Theodore of Mopsuestia By Fr. Andrew Younan
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Two theses are presented in this book. First, that there is an overarching “School of Thought” in Mesopotamia, consistent in its basic tenets, from ancient times to the late middle ages,... More > and that this “Mesopotamian School” is fundamentally realistic as opposed to idealistic. Second, that the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia, as read as an expression of this School, is orthodox by the Chalcedonian standard. Included in the Appendices are complete translations of Mar Narsai’s 16th and 35th Metrical Sermons, on human nature and the Trinity, respectively, as well as of his “Dialogue Between the Watcher & Mary.”< Less
SEBITTI: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology By Michael W Ford
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From the primal chaos of Tiamat, the Gods of Order Marduk, Ishtar and Adad; Underworld Gods including Nergal and Ereskigal to demons and spirits such as Pazuzu, Lilitu,Lamastu and the Seven Udug-Hul,... More > Sebitti is a gateway into ancient Babylonian (the gate of the gods) powers. Sebitti guides the Kassapu (warlock or sorcerer) in the most effective methods of understanding and invoking Deific Masks of ancient Mesopotamia. From ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian and Neo-Assyrian tablets and temple invocations,within is a modern approach to these primal powers inherent in nature and humanity. Luciferians embrace sorcery and primal forces, inherent within nature and the self in order to expand consciousness and personal power. The theory and practice of ancient sorcery is outlined for the modern practitioner and is presented to awaken the desires of our current time. Presented first is the modern Luciferian philosophical foundation, followed by a study of the ancient practice of Sorcery in Mesopotamia< Less
SEBITTI: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology By Michael W Ford
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From the primal chaos of Tiamat, the Gods of Order Marduk, Ishtar and Adad; Underworld Gods including Nergal and Ereskigal to demons and spirits such as Pazuzu, Lilitu,Lamastu and the Seven Udug-Hul,... More > Sebitti is a gateway into ancient Babylonian (the gate of the gods) powers. Sebitti guides the Kassapu (warlock or sorcerer) in the most effective methods of understanding and invoking Deific Masks of ancient Mesopotamia. From ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian and Neo-Assyrian tablets and temple invocations,within is a modern approach to these primal powers inherent in nature and humanity. Luciferians embrace sorcery and primal forces, inherent within nature and the self in order to expand consciousness and personal power. The theory and practice of ancient sorcery is outlined for the modern practitioner and is presented to awaken the desires of our current time. Presented first is the modern Luciferian philosophical foundation, followed by a study of the ancient practice of Sorcery in Mesopotamia.< Less
Eden's Serpent: It's Mesopotamian Origins By Walter Mattfeld
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Several pre-biblical protagonists appearing in Mesopotamian myths are identified as being fused together and recast as the Garden of Eden's serpent. From 1854-2010 some Liberal PhD scholars employing... More > an Anthropological viewpoint have suggested that behind Eden's Serpent may be an earlier protagonist appearing in a much different form in Mesopotamian myths. Their proposals are noted as to who this fictional character might have been. The biblical Garden of Eden story is understood to be fictional, a recast of earlier myths about the gods' city-gardens in the Edin of ancient Sumer worked by man on the gods' behalf.< Less
Eden's Serpent: It's Mesopotamian Origins By Walter Mattfeld
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Several pre-biblical protagonists appearing in Mesopotamian myths are identified as being fused together and recast as the Garden of Eden's serpent. From 1854-2010 some Liberal PhD scholars employing... More > an Anthropological viewpoint have suggested that behind Eden's Serpent may be an earlier protagonist appearing in a much different form in Mesopotamian myths. Their proposals are noted as to who this fictional character might have been. The biblical Garden of Eden story is understood to be fictional, a recast of earlier myths about the gods' city-gardens in the Edin of ancient Sumer worked by man on the gods' behalf.< Less
The Garden of Eden Myth: Its Pre-biblical Origin In Mesopotamian Myths By Walter Mattfeld
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Scholarly proposals are presented for the pre-biblical origin in Mesopotamian myths of the Garden of Eden story. Some Liberal PhD scholars (1854-2010) embracing an Anthropological viewpoint have... More > proposed that the Hebrews have recast earlier motifs appearing in Mesopotamian myths. Eden's garden is understood to be a recast of the gods' city-gardens in the Sumerian Edin, the floodplain of Lower Mesopotamia. It is understood that the Hebrews in the book of Genesis are refuting the Mesopotamian account of why Man was created and his relationship with his Creators (the gods and goddesses). They deny that Man is a sinner and rebel because he was made in the image of gods and goddesses who were themselves sinners and rebels, who made man to be their agricultural slave to grow and harvest their food and feed it to them in temple sacrifices thereby ending the need of the gods to toil for their food in the city-gardens of Edin in ancient Sumer.< Less

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