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consort of Dumuzi (Tammuz)

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org dedicated to raising awareness, supporting research and promoting advocacy to find a cure for Lyme Disease; Inanna House , a planned inpatient recovery center for chronic Lyme sufferers, and The LymeLight Foundation, who provide grants to enable eligible children and young adults with Lyme disease to receive proper treatment and medication.
Whether you call her Ishtar, Astarte, Inanna, Aphrodite, or Venus, in the end, the cultural impact the goddess of love has had on human culture, art, literature, and even the very values of female beauty and aesthetics is nothing short of awe inspiring, leaving one to wonder how much of what we take for granted in the way we look at the word today is actually rooted in the forgotten world of our long-gone ancestors.
Both shadows and people dance in Saburo Teshigawara's Mirror and Music, and Carolyn Carlson's Inanna highlights the power of her female dancers.
From Enki, Inanna attained divine decrees to transform her city into a new centre of civilisation and culture.
1) What follows is a narrative of descent, bodily fragmentation, rescue, substitution, self-transformation (common to so many myths), and slow reascent: Inanna is stripped of her clothes and jewels as she passes through the seven gates of the underworld; struck by her envious sister Ereshkigal, ruler of the underworld, she is "turned into a corpse, /a piece of rotting meat, /and hung from a hook on the wall," until rescued and reanimated from the Great Below by her faithful servant, Ninshubur.
Enheduanna, the high priestess at Ur, in what is now southern Iraq, wrote poems of devotion to Inanna, a goddess of unbridled sexuality in cuneiform script on clay: "Peg my vulva, my star-sketched horn of the dipper, moor my slender boat of heaven, my new moon crescent cunt beauty (Enheduanna & Meador, 2000, p.
Iran's Inanna and Day of Creation by Soudabeh Mojaveri, Kamikaze by S.
The oldest known case of such a myth is the Sumerian resurrection cycle of Inanna and Dumuzi (Jacobsen 1970; 1976), Osiris of the Egyptian mythology (Mettinger 2001: 217-18) and later Persephone in the Greek mythology.
Mythic Plays: From Inanna to Frankenstein" is a collection of four fully-scripted plays of historical purpose reworked for the modern era.
Cuneiform, the mark of the Kunta, was the writing of the priestesses who lived in convent-like rooms in temples of the goddess Inanna circa 3100 BC.
Women Teaching, Women Learning: Historical Perspectives, Toronto, Inanna Publications & Education Inc.
Inanna (Venus) dances between worlds, indestructible.
Birthing From Within Inanna Retreat with Pare England: January 20-22, 2006.