Wednesday, 24 July 2013


author: Nick Jordan

Once upon a time, seven or eight thousand years ago, (twice as long ago as the alleged Annunaki nonsense, and Sumerian Script) there was a Universal creation myth with versions known in every part of the then civilised world. Vestiges of this universal myth still appear in the traditions of Egypt, Greece, Persia, India, the Middle East, China, Japan, and North and South America. Though the myth was matriarchal in its proposition that all elements of creation arose from the womb of a cosmic Mother, traces of if also appear even in the patriarchal Judeo-Christian Bible. By putting together the common features of various versions of this creation myth, it is possible to reconstruct some of the thought patterns of our earliest ancestors, which gave rise to many revered systems of representation and comprehension, such as sacred alphabets, hieroglyphs, mathematics, calendars, divinatory procedures, and theories of symbolism.

According to the universal creation myth, the world began in the womb of the Great Mother during her formless phase, before she differentiated anything from anything else. In this phase she assumed no shape, or physical boundary (sound familiar?) even for herself. She took on the aspect of a vast, dark, semiliquid mass of potential energy and matter intermixed. Envisioned in India as Kalimaya, the Formless Mother, she had the related names of Tiamat in Babylon, Temu in Egypt, Themis in pre-Hellenistic Greece and Tehom of Syria and Canaan. The latter was the word that later biblical writers used for the female "Deep' of Genesis.

Early mythographers knew nothing of fatherhood. They believed the process of conception was started by some mysterious movement, dance, or heart rhythm of the mother herself, which could churn the wombs divine blood as women churned milk into butter, causing it to solidify and produce its "fruit". This was one reason why primitive women's dances were full of pelvis and belly movements, dating back to the long ages when they believed such movements could magically bring about their own motherhood.

Even when some notion of fatherhood began to filter through ancient societies, it was inadequately explained by all sorts of odd theories. Some said the necessary churning movement was provided by sexual intercourse, but the True seed of Creation lay Only in the Woman's body. Some said the male role was to help "feed" an embryo before birth. Still, Mothers remained the "only" blood relatives because only mothers were thought to make their children out of their own blood 

Some good few thousand years LATER, does your biblical father god appear ... which is a personal god, who can hear Your prayers, and only occasionally answers them for You.- by Nick Jordan 

The picture is of cave art in Laussel, France shows an ample figure of a woman holding the cornucopia horn of plenty, has been dated to 20,000 BCE.

Venus of Tan-Tan
The Venus of Tan-Tan is a 6 cm high statue of quartzite that were found in 1999 during archaeological research not far from the town of Tan-Tan in Morocco. It is estimated that between 300,000 and 500,000 years old, the gender is unclear, lacks a head. Like any old statuette of Venus Berekhat Aries is called is probably the oldest representations of the human figure. There are traces of red ocher found on, so it is also one of the oldest examples of color use.
The statue is often classified as prehistoric Venus Figures although archaeologists do not agree about what it is. The discoverer and his followers, among others Bednarik [1], suggest that the stone had probably been a somewhat human form, and which forms needed to be highlighted. Only with a chisel The pigments are then interpreted as a way to human to emphasize it. But opponents, including Stanley Ambrose of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, are of the opinion that the stone by natural processes happen has received this form.

Huastec Goddess with obvious vulva as headdress.

HUASTEC Goddess Earth on monolith
more here;

Lions guardians of the Goddess Cassiopeia, central figure in oval frame (vulva-rho)
having her heavenly wheel at her feet.

Minerva, Dove of Light
Minerva=Mine(love) Rhua(vulva)
english word GIRL is derivative of slavonic grlica=dove

Baubo or Trassa, Thrakian funny Goddess

Trinity Goddess from Delphi with Lyra

Demeter and Kora in a Quadriga

Harrapa Cow, Fish-vulva, Horned Shemama with girls 

neolitic Sumerian Cow Goddess

Mesoamerican Goddess ornamented with vulvas

Vinchan Goddess excavated in Serbia
clearly speaks of lies of his-storians and their I-Deas that their word means a thing.
It represents a heavenly cross-Cygnus with four vulvas.

Hekate triple Goddess whose name is very similar to Het-Ka-Ptah

This 'sea-son-al' story about upcoming Imbolc (February 2nd/ Dark Moon?) as a "Pagan" celebration of the Irish Pagan Goddess-turned-Christian-Saint Brighid is most interesting for several reasons. 

Goddess Brigid

One pronunciation of her name is given as 'BRIDGE-IT', another as 'BREE-IHD' (breed?) while yet another is 'BRIDE' (see links). Certainly, as a breeder, bride, or 'bridge' into life, Brighid is mostl vital to our survival. 

I see also Frigga and Phrygian snake , about it later.

The story of Brighid's MANTLE (as a cloak, but n.b. 'mantle' is also associated with the Hearth as symbolic of the 'home-fire' which tender Brighid tends). Note the word-associations inherent in Heart, Hearth, Earth, with EAR at their Core/Kore, because Brighid surely relates to the ancient Virgin as the Cor-n Goddess or Ceres, from which we get the English word 'cere-al' (Corn is English Wheat).

The story about Brighid being granted 'as much land as she could cover with her CLOAK' reminds me of another I read long ago about a woman of Crete (I believe) who was also granted 'as much land as she could cover with a DRIED OX SKIN ' (cf. Brighid's Cloak). In this case, the Cretan lady cut the vellum into a long strip, tied it around a mountain top, and in such way outwitted the king's true intention to LIMIT her: 

"In one story, the girl who later became St. Brighid went to the King of Leinster, and petitioned him for land so she could build an abbey. The King, who still held to the old Pagan practices of Ireland, told her he'd be happy to give her as much land as she could cover with her cloak. Naturally, her cloak grew and grew until it covered as much property as Brighid needed, and she got her abbey."

Irish Fairy Queen Mab also comes into mind (intuitively), since her story is also sketchy, but mostly unheard; Mab's story involves a White Bull, 'marital affairs', a mountain, a herd of goats, and 'her own way'.

In Scots dialect 'bread' is pronounced as 'breed' while the past tense of 'breed' is pronounced as 'bred', and a pregnant woman "has a bun in the oven". 

Phryga = Norse Frygga while 'fryg' as a euphemism relates to 'fuck' as 'Forbidden, Unlawful, Carnal, Knowledge'. In my youth this word was never heard!

Phrygians were known as sailors-- Brigid as "bridge" then perhaps relates to navigation -- a ship is a VESSEL, a container, shaped as (), the Vesica Piscis, (cf. Pisces Constellation) a fish bladder, womb, Ru, Ro, Rho. 

" Scottish 'BRAID' translates directly as 'broad', which happens also to be American 
slang for 'woman'. Braid means 'to weave or intertwine' - an occupation of women, so that 
fits, plus one might also see 'twined limbs' here as in the marital bed ?

BREAD (cf. breed, bred) may also relate; it is sometimes formed in a braid and made of wheat like Brighid's wheatsheaf cross. Bread is German 'brot' (compare brot-her). Old English 'Braedu' means a bread-th or width of CLOTH as measured from side to side - like Brighid's CLOAK ?"
author Lizzy Bluebell.

Brigid is also Kali and or Medusa.
On some illustration she is very interresting because of Lyra and fire she presented ;Lyra is a Goddess instrument with which she made all out of SOUND and fire is symbol for transformation as from the dead to alive and vice versa. Lyra or harp use to be all over ancient world, it is single most important symbol next to swastika and cross. Also trinity is very important, she have it all there.
In her name I see she comes from Brygia or Phrygia, translated in sanskrit she would be Vishnu or High one but there is lingual twist which we discuss here as in diminishing the value of life-giver which reflect on every single women.
Term Phrygid women rings any bells?
bread = germ. broot = brot-her! 
it can go on now, stringing words that make sense with those letters.... birth~breath~BRID ~BIRD~Brood~BRUD~BROT-Her

A stone totem excavated at Gobekli Tepe Photographed at Urfa Museum , Turkey.

This fabulous Goddess shows belief system that rosed out of prahistory. A Mother Goddess with child inside her and child inside her child, very much like reality of grandmother carring inside her body her daughter that already have all her eggs inside her tiny ovaries, thus grandmother is already connected on physical level with her grandaughter. Snake that is foundation of entire sculpture shows intelligence of unbelievable magnitude. Snake presents wave and water waves just as all matter and watter behaves. Absolutely stuning!

Gudit Isat or Judith the Fire

I got this fabulous Goddess from Max Dashu page Suppressed Histories Archives - largest data on WOMEN from all over the world and from all times.

Oh, this is interesting. First, pretty good coverage (not much exists) of Gudit Isat, or Judith the Fire, a charismatic Ethiopian leader who overthrew the Axumite dynasty around 960, and ruled for 40 years. Some accounts have her as Jewish (Beta Israel); others as Indigenous religion. Some scholars "propose that she was of the Agaw people, historically numerous in Lasta, and a number of whom (known as the Beta Israel), have professed an Israelite pre-Ezra Judaism since ancient times. ... Local traditions around Adi Kaweh where she allegedly died and was buried indicate her faith was pagan-Hebraic, rather than Israelite or Jewish [Leeman 2009]."

Now to the main point: "Carlo Conti Rossini first proposed that the account of this warrior queen in the History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria, where she was described as Bani al-Hamwiyah, ought to be read as Bani al-Damutah, and argued that she was ruler of the once-powerful kingdom of Damot, and that she was related to one of the indigenous Sidamo peoples of southern Ethiopia. [Ahem:] This would agree with the numerous references to matriarchs ruling the Sidamo polities." 

!!! That is a significant tidbit! however numerous the references, it is the first time i've seen it mentioned. It corresponds to the overwhelmingly female iconography of the megalithic statues of Sidamo and other regions of southern Ethiopia. One of which is depicted here. (I haven't been able to find any images of Judith the Fire.) More on possible historical refs to Judith, and sources, in Comments.

The source i will now have to track down is: O.G.S. Crawford, Ethiopian Itineraries, circa 1400-1524 (Cambridge: Hakluyt Society, 1958), p. 81f for examples. And so the author is the redoubtable Crawford, who is the first scholar to highlight the Ethiopian megaliths, back in the mid-20th century in his book The Eye Goddess. On the money, once again.

"A contemporary Arab historian, Ibn Hawqal, provides this account:

'The country of the habasha has been ruled by a woman for many years now: she has killed the king of the habasha who was called Haḍani [from Ge'ez haṣ́ani, modern aṣ́e or atse]. Until today she rules with complete independence in her own country and the frontier areas of the country of the Haḍani, in the southern part of [the country of] the habashi.'

"Another historian mentions that the king of Yemen sent a zebra to the ruler of Iraq in 969/970, which he had received as a gift from the Queen of al-Habasha."

All quotes above are from

Prahistoric triple Goddess

Mother Goddess Haya - EA (water)
turned into Orion hunter

This is Goddess Rhea, she is mother Earth, if you would say it in greek one would say
Dea Rhea 
doesn't it sound as diarrhea?
(in case one thinks this is an accident, it is not, i WILL keep you posted) 

Nubian Goddess the Grand Cross or Cygnus
Nile valey

Dogu (Clay Figure) of Early-Middle Jomon.
Jomon period, 7,000-2,000 BC.
Tokyo National Museum, Japan. 

Poppy Goddess is genuine HEROINE
but todays usage of this name forces one to say even for her "a hero",
as if he have any rights to be called so.

Symbolism of Cows 
A mini- herstory of the Sac-red COW. Holy piss and vinegar -- even her dung was sacred!

In many cultures, the symbolism of the cow is linked with the concept of Mother Earth. Since ancient times, the cow has been a symbol of fertility, nourishment, abundance and female power.

Cows are generous with their life force, and teach us of patience, potential, possibility and beginnings. They teach us of compassion, love, richness and renewal, and we honor them for their cosmic and divine role.

In Egypt, the goddess Nut sometimes is seen depicted with the cow having four stars on her belly. These stars represent the cosmic quadrants of the Earth.

Hathor, another Egyptian goddess, was worshiped as a cow deity. She was the Great Mother goddess of joy, and nourished all things. Hathor personified the Milky Way, which was seen as the milk that flowed from a heavenly cow.

In Vedic literature, the cow is a symbol of abundance and fertility, and represents both the Earth and sky. The Vedas extol the cow as the most sacred being. She condescended to be on Earth to nourish and heal its beings with her milk, and to fertilize the Earth with her sacred urine and dung.

In Norse mythology, we see the cow as Audhumla, from whom flows the four rivers of power. These rivers nourished the giants who ruled the First World.

[Image: Sculpture of Hathor as a cow, with all of her symbols, the sun disk, the cobra, as well as her necklace and crown by Gérard Ducher. Found at Wikimedia Commons and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license.]

Smiling Phrygian statue of Kybele,/ Cybele / Sybele Great Goddess of the Mountain and the Animlas, Mother of the Gods. She is flanked by two musicians. Unfortunately her breasts have been destroyed.

DESHNOK or Karni Mata
The Karni Mata temple is cared for by Charan caste members who alternate in the fulfillment of their duties every lunar cycle. Being a temple's guardian is a great honor as well as an opportunity for additional income for the local people.
One of the more valuable temple treasures are the solid silver carved doors depicting goddess Karni Mata and lord Ganesh. In the temple's inner sanctum a two feet silver image of goddess Karni Mata stands adorned by tiara, garlands and accompanied by the images of her sister Avad Mata. It is the only place off limits to non Hindus and where the best "rat snacks" are placed.
The beginning of the rat worship date to the 15th century. The rats are believed to be reincarnation of holly woman and goddess Karni Mata, an ascetic believed to be the reincarnation of goddess Durga. When a child of a famous storyteller died, Karni Mata tried to bring it back to life, but failed. Yama, a Hindu death god, has already accepted the boys body and reincarnated him in a human form. Known for her short temper, Karni Mata was extremely disappointed by her failure and announced that all the Charan cast would consistently be reborn as rats and then again as people. Thus kabas, or "little children" in the local dialect, are considered different than the rats outside the temple and only those rats are said to be the reincarnations of the Charan caste.
Another version of the story has it that during the times of Karni Mata a terrible plague has spread all over the country killing thousands of children. Desperate parents have asked the god of death Yama weather he would release the children. Karni Mata achieved a compromise in which for every offering made to a rat, a dead child would be reincarnated as one of the rodents.

MEANing of name Karni.

Minerva with Medusa on her chest


John Singer Sargent - Astarte 1895

stands upon a glittering crescent, with a cobra coiled at her feet. About her floats a blue, diaphanous film. Her robe is richly embroidered with gold, her brow studded with jewels. On either side sway the devotees of a wanton, voluptuous dance, while beneath her writhe the victims of her lusts, one torn by a vulture, the other being devoured by a chimaera. She is Astarte, the moon goddess, seductive and heartless. 
"Astarte", by Christian Brinton.

CHRISTIAN Brinton obviously had his own demonising agenda ...

Sumerian Goddess with female body and snake head
with accent on delta fertility power.

Astarte is Ishtar
Quan - Yin
Kwan - Yin
Baphomet and Ophiuchius symbols
Godess of merci

Queen of Heaven
Virgin Mary


Unknown "veiled" Goddess ,same as Astarte or Isis
Classical, ca. 425 B.C.
Greek, Attic


Golden Baba

золотая баба


"The oldest cult known to man is so ancient, that no written word or Bardic song is left to speak of its practice. All that remains of this primeval myth is a series of small figurines scattered across the European continent.

Yet as vague as these statutes are in revealing their primordial Secrets, some fragments of truth can still be gleaned from their primitive features.

The figurines depict a full and curvaceous woman, suggesting its use as a fertility symbol, (woman who were full and healthy were more likely to give birth and mother children). However, the voluptuous form may also have symbolised female perfection, something our ancestors saw fit to sculpt and immortaliste.

They appeared in mans timeline at around 35,000 BCE. These statuettes (known as Venus figurines) were likely to have had a ritualised use in tribal society, and may even have been worshipped as effigies of a mother goddess.

If this were the case, then the Gaia figure would have been the first deity ever to enter mans consciousness. What’s more impressive is that she would have been worshipped for over 30,000 years before the advent of any other Gods. It wasn't until the late Neolithic that we saw the arrival of divine beings like Tiamat (Mesopotamia) and Ra (Ancient Egypt).

This would make her the most ancient of all the gods, a legend who has been venerated longer than any other deity including Yahweh (who has only been worshipped for a sixth of her entire reign)."

Christianity didn't invent Virgin with a boy!

Ankh Nes 

Meryre and Son Pepi


Madonna Guanyin, Goddess of mercy

Matrika from Tanesara of India

Yasoda and Krishna

Mother and son 2000-1850 B.C.
Mexico, Jalisco 200 B.C.- 500 A.D.
Mexico, Colima 200 B.C.- 500A.D.
Mykene, Greece
Sun Goddess, Arinna
Virgin Mary and Jesus

Spirit priestess at the temple of Den Hong Son, in the Vietnamese tradition of the "Holy Mothers." "Once banned by the government as a superstitious practice, the "len dong" (trance performances by a medium) are now officially recognized as a unique expression of Vietnamese culture. ... At first, three goddesses were worshipped in the cult of the "Three Palaces" (Tam Phu): the Mother Goddess of Heaven, the Mother of Waters, and the Mother of Earth. The concept of the "Tam Phu" is still very much alive--it is common to see altars identified as the "Three Seats / Holy Mothers" (Tam Toa Thanh Mau). Later the "Mother of Forests and Mountains" was added, creating the "Four Palaces" (Tu Phu). This last figure may have been adopted from an independent traditions--at many temples, I have seen a separate altar dedicated to the similarly-styled "Lady of the Mountain Village" (Chua Son Trang)."

The Mother Earth is what is usually refered to as "Lady of the Rocks" or Mother Mountain. The white stuff you get from heating rocks was called milk from the breasts of the Mother Mountain. :)
Men added fourth corner in order to square the circle. 

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After 40 years of archaeology and well known forcing of the "male" supremacy in 

Max Dashu decided to open her "goodie bag" and reveal the World of the Goddesses
around the GLOBE ,which means all of us, neglected and hidden women of the World.
See it with your own eyes because picture is worth more then thousand words.
Dis-cover yourselves, remove that weil that was cast upon Isis so long time ago
and remember who really loves you,
your true Mother, the Earth.
Congratz Max Dashu!

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