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The Roman Empire's cult of Mithra assimilated many of the Persian pantheon including Ahriman often interchangeable to some degree with Zurvan or Aion. "The God Ahriman", R.C. Zaehner explained the Mithra-cult and the later identification with Ahriman as "The Prince of this world". He stands upon the earth, meaning Mastery of the Earth, his legs bear the Zodiac signs, his...

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The ancient Goddess of Night, called Lilith was originally a Goddess who manifested in various "Deific Masks" such as Ishtar/Inanna, Ereshkigal and of course her Lilitu incarnation. Lilith is in legend a vampiric demoness, a night spirit who drank the blood of the young and sleeping. Lilith appears also as "Az" and "Jeh" of Manichaean and Zoroastrian texts, she who...

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Size: 11 3/4"h x 5 3/4"w x 5 1/4"d Resin Statue w/ 2 finishes available. Stone, Rosewood This image of Lilith is based largely on a Sumerian clay tablet relief from 2000 BC. She wears the horned crown that marks her as a Goddess not a demon in Sumerian mythology. Lilith appears in Sumerian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Canaanite, Persian, Hebrew, Arabic...

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 3" small bronze Lilith, excellent for travel or a small altar. The ancient Mesopotamian Goddess of Night, called Lilith was originally a Goddess who manifested in various "Deific Masks" such as Ishtar/Inanna, Ereshkigal and of course her Lilitu incarnation. Lilith is in legend a vampiric demoness, a night spirit who drank the blood of the young and sleeping. Lilith appears...

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 Baal Stela Recreation 2 sizes available: resin cast, about 7 1/2 by 3 inches or 11 x 5" inches. Baal is the storm god who controls the thunder and lightning. He holds a club (thunder) in his right hand and a spear (lightning) in his left hand. Baal has a horned helmet and two long locks of hair. He is...

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 Asherah, later known as Astarte or Ashtaroth, the Goddess of Love and War, shown here in her original Canaanite and Philistine Cult statue was the Bride/Consort of Baal the God of Storms. [Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, c. 1400 BCE.] 6" black fired Ganges clay statue. #ASH