Lapis lazuli statue of the Egyptian god Ptah, the Egyptian Buddha. Public domain photo courtesy of The Met.
Akkadian cylinder seal dating to c. 2300 BC depicting the deities Inanna, Utu, and Enki, three members of the Anunnaki. Public doman photo.
Goddess Ishtar (Inanna) on an Akkadian Empire seal, 2350–2150 BC. She is equipped with weapons on her back, has a horned helmet, and is trampling a lion held on a leash. Photo by Sailko via Wikimedia Commons.
Goddess Ishtar (Inanna) on an Akkadian Empire seal, 2350–2150 BC. She is equipped with weapons on her back, has a horned helmet, and is trampling a lion held on a leash. Photo by Sailko via Wikimedia Commons.
Stele Cairo A 9422 (Bulaq 666), depicting Nuit, Hadit as the winged solar disk, the god Ra-Hoor-Khuit seated on his throne, and the stele’s owner, Ankh-af-na-Khonsu. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.
Dawn mission to Vesta and Ceres (image courtesy of NASA)

Skye Love Hill

Skye has studied Qabalah and practiced Magick and Tantra since the early 1980s. She also brings insights from Gnosticism and Jungian Psychology into her work.

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