ANUNNAKI GOD- MARDUK- LORD OF THE UNIVERSE!
Marduk- Mesopotamian myth: the chief god of water, vegetation, judgment, and magic. He was associated with the planet Jupiter
Merodach (the Biblical Hebrew name for the Mesopotamian deity Marduk, the patron god of
Marduk and the Anunnaki gods - Babylonian Mythology
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Tiamat- Mesopotamian myth: a female monster. She is believed to have been primordial chaos in which the lesser gods were spawned from.
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Illustration of Marduk, a Babylonian God, with a Dragon : News Photo
Abzu- Mesopotamian myth: a primordial embodiment of freshwater. He was lover to Tiamat
Tomb of Belus "Bel Marduk" the Ziggurat - Anunnaki Mythology
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Uridimmu- Mesopotamian myth: a human-headed, anthropomorphic lion or dog. He was that spawn of Tiamat and attendant to the God Samas.
This clay seal shows a Babylonian priest in prayer in front of a spade, a symbol of the god Marduk. Marduk, originally a warrior-god of the city of Babylon, ...
The chaotic battle between Tiamat and Marduk by ~mouadlordovdark on deviantART
Chaos Monster and Sun God (Marduk) Mythological Archetype - Poster
For his appearance, he is often depicted wielding a mace, with some statues depicting him as a wing lion with the head of a man.
Engraving depicting four antropomorphic deities and two animals
March 12th, is the Feast of Marduk, an ancient Babylonian God. Acknowledged as the creator of the universe and of humankind, the god of light and life, ...
Attendant God from the Temple of Nabu at Nimrud, Mesopotamia..JPG
ANUNNAKI GOD- MARDUK- LORD OF THE UNIVERSE!
Marduk and Tiamat went to war. Marduk threw lighting bolts at her and a net to grab her, but she kept coming, stronger and more monstrous than ever, ...
Rise of the City: How the great god Marduk built the city of Babylon
Marduk and his snake dragon
Marduk's Invincible Weaponry: The Mysterious Rod and Ring of Lapiz Lazuli - Anunnaki Mythology
A "myth" is a traditional story without an author that is usually intended to:teach a lessonexplain one of the many mysteries of lifeexplain a phenomenon of ...
This ancient Assyrian relief shows the god Bel-Merodach (also spelled Marduk ),
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This was actually a fairly late development in Mesopotamian religion, however. In fact, it seems like the Mesopotamian pantheon was in pretty constant ...
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As time went by the descendants of Tiamat and Apsu became troubling and annoying. They disturbed Apsu's sleep and he decided to kill them off , Tiamat ...
The Myth Of Marduk And Tiamat
Michelangelo's painting of the Creation of Adam
MARDUK (aka RA, Satan) REPLACED NINGISHZIDDA (aka Thoth) AS EGYPT'S “GOD” .
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Bel of Palmyra, Syria, depicted on the far left alongside Ba'alshamin, Yarhibol and Aglibol on a relief from Palmyra
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Leviathan, the sea dragon of chaos, as he is depicted in the novel series
Attendant God Dedicated to Nabu (by The Trustees of the British Museum)
Nibiru - Marduk's Star - Babylonian Mythology
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When told in Babylon, the myth starred the god Marduk. When it was told in Assyria, the Assyrian god Ashur was the protagonist. But the story remains the ...
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Marduk (the storm god) slaying Tiamat (chaos). Recorded in the Babylonian Creation Epic “Enuma Elish”
It is a subjective truth, a belief that comes to us from Abrahamic mythology. Likewise the idea of justice comes from Greek mythology.
Nergal - Son of Enlil - The Anunnaki gods
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Votive Plaque Dedicating a Property to Nabu's Temple
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The next thing that happens, as they're travelling, is that "Jacob was left alone, and there wrestled a man"—man, angel, or God…It's not clear.
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Artist's impression of Babylon restored showing the temple tower of Esagila, the shrine of Marduk
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The Babylonian myth of creation is beautifully presented, as Marduk the Sun god slays his mother Tiamat with a flaming arrow through her watery chest.
Marduk, patron deity of the city of Babylon.
Stela of Shamshi-Adad V (by The British Museum)
Miraculous Births of the ancient gods - Sumerian mythology
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This term doesn't crop up a whole lot in Sumerian and Babylonian lore, but where it does, it has fascinating implications.
MARDUK, MARSBASE ASTRONAUTS ALLIED WITH EARTHLINGS TO BEAT THE SKY GODS
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pper part of a gypsum statue of a Sumerian woman. The hands are folds in
A Cult Relief from Ashur (by )
A Babylonian dragon, symbol of the god Marduk. - Stock Image