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 Zeus Bringing Victory, enthroned with Spear and holding Nike (Daimon of victory) with Eagle.

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6" inch tall statue. Hekate was a torch-bearing goddess of the night, the leader of haunting ghosts and inspirer of the night-time baying of hounds. She may have been a goddess of the moon or rather of moonless starlit nights."Asteria (Starry One) ... conceived and bare Hekate." - Hesiod, Theogony 404"Queenly Deo [Demeter] wandered over the earth with flaming torches...

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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

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  Horon (Hauron, Choron) is a powerful underworld god who was popular among the Canaanites (Ugarit) and New Kingdom Egyptians from Thutmose III to Ramses. As a magickian god, Horon has the power of his 'children' such as 'serpents' and other 'blood drinking demons'. Horon is featured in Michael W. Ford's 'Dragon of the Two Flames'.  The word "Sphinx" used...

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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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Leviathan: 7 headed Monster Recreation (resin cast) About 5 1/4 by 3 1/8 inches (about 4x real size). Recreation of 671 ANEP. A god kneels before a 7 headed monster. Monster has the body of a lion and tongues of fire coming off his back.This is Mus-Sag-imin, the seven headed dragon known in Mesopotamian and Ugaritic (Canaanite) myth.

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Magic Disc Of Solomon Goetia pendant (from the Lemegethon)