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This is a personal vision on the Mesopotamian goddess called, Ishtar by the Babylonians and Inanna by the Sumerians. For the néo-pagan Wicca, she… Read More
This is a personal vision on the Mesopotamian goddess called, Ishtar by the Babylonians and Inanna by the Sumerians. For the néo-pagan Wicca, she is one of the faces of the Great Mother Goddess. Here it's her form of Queen of the Night as a Owl Read Less
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Divine Lady Owl, Inanna
 
Rotring pens on paper 19.7 in x 51.2 in / 50cm x 130 cm
" To the Queen of Heaven, the Goddess of the Universe, The One who walked in terrible Chaos and brought life by the Law of Love; And out of Chaos brought us harmony, and from Chaos Thou has led us by the hand. "
 
- Babylon, Eighteenth to Seventh Century BCE
This draw was inspired by this ancient representation of the goddess Ishtar/Inanna