God his Goddess wife inanna-ishtar and his religious sumerians (priest, servants,worshipers, war soldiers, governors Interesting similarities throughout 6000 years to present day. Sumerian Deity and Lord known as Shepherd-Fish God Priest King and Shit Stirrer God


God and Goddess Warka Vase Uruk modern day southern Iraq 4000 - 3200 BCE
Goddess Inanna with her sumerian cultic servant naked and pure bringing harvest
southern Iraq 4000 -3200 BCE
Goddess Inanna with sumerian naked and pure cultic priest pouring out libation
to his Goddess southern Iraq 4000 - 3000 BCE

Goddess Inanna seen here later in years depicted with horn headdress
with six wing prongs. Wings held up in mesopotamia cultic iconography
meaning war and down meaning peace. Artifact dated around 2900 BCE


Sumerian-Akkadian Goddess Inanna-Ishtar shown here with horn headdress with six
wing prongs held up in cultic Mesopotamian iconography meaning war and wings down
meaning peace (with feathered wings horizontal meaning?) her leg shown bare means
pure and resting on a lion representing war she also holds a war mace dated around 2400 BCE

Sumerian-Akkadian Goddess Inanna-Ishtar depicted with six wing prongs held up meaning war holding a rosette which representing devotion, deity and lord.
Artifact dated around 2400 BCE Southern Iraq- Mesopotamia,


Sumeria- Babylonian Goddess Inanna-Ishtar with horned headdress with
flowing jar meaning forever flowing regarding fertility, crops and cattle
Northern Mesopotamian Iraq 1600 BCE
Sumerian--Hititte God and Goddess. Here God holding up his arm with war pruning knife wearing horn headdress and Goddess pouring liquid libation ALT meaning poison,
a rabbit icon top right meaning as today over population to cull. Artifact from Turkey region from Mesopotamia Northern Iraq dated around 1500 BCE .
See below similarities Sumerian-Akkadian-Babylonian God and Lord holding pruning knife in hand .
Sumerian-Akkadian God with pruning knife in hand and a Goddess pouring liquid with six
prong wings held up meaning war,. Administration seal dated around 2300 BCE
Sumerian-Babylonian God holding pruning knife in front of another figure both showing one leg bare representing purity, figure possibly is a cultic priest is holding a goat representing sacrifice and man kind to some scholars. Administration seal dated around 1800 BCE

Left artifact. Sumerian Fish-Shepherd God, Priest King and Shit Stirrer God with his religious bald
headed sumerian under his feet under ground naked and pure who is holding a support brace whilst the God holds a ram goat representing conflict.
Right artifact shows Gods four religious bald headed sumerians three kneeling and holding
something which looks like a boat paddle but also its shape looks like a sumerian word for institution
(an attached square and line on top) and one sumerian is standing in the middle holding up his fist
for conflict. Blu Monument. British Museum Date around 4000 - 3200 BCE



Bas-relief showing Gods religious sumerians many years later around 2700 BCE
allowed to grow head and facial hair looking like to today's Sumerian-Hebrews of the Jewish, Christian and Islamic God faiths which worship starting after the time of the Sumerian-Babylonians era around 1600 BCE (and later world wide to modern day in line with the Jewish calendar say June 2019 = lyar 5779 years
here rounded to 6000 years from 2000 CE + 4000 BCE And according to Christian cult the world is 6000 years old).
The Bas-relief shows celebrating and banqueting scene where below three sumerians traveling on a boat with paddle oars in hands. Bas-relief Artifact dated around 2700 BCE




Fish-Shepherd God and Priest King holding cultic rosettes a symbol of Devotion, Deity and Lord which is very important in today's cultic temple church windows in the west,
See below rosettes representing Deity, Lord, God and Devotion. The Fish-Shepherd God and Priest King stands near cultic temple poles representing his wife Goddess Innana-Ishtar, temple herd and sheep flocks.
Seal Artifact 4000 - 3200 BCE



Church rosette window Czech Church rosette cultic window Europe 2000 CE
Yonne Montreal Notre Dame collegiate church portal and window rosette of the church France  
Church rosette windows British  

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