Sumerian Section

In brief the sumerians settled in the southern mesopotamian section of Sumer, around 3000 B.C.E. In Greek, mesopotamia stands for " between the rivers ". They faded out around 1800 B.C.E. But before their demise they were accredited with being the first to develop many concepts. Among these are astronomy, law, the first recorded writings, lunar calendar, abstract mathematics, cities, monarchies and so on. They worshipped as a polytheistic society. And were extremely adept at the mystic arts.


Sumerian Rituals and Spells

The Invocation of the Watcher                                                                          The Exorcism Against the Possessing Spirit

Charm Against the Hordes of Demons                                                             The Binding of the Evil Sorcerers

Conjuration of the Mountains of Mashu                                                           Conjuration of the Fire God

Conjuration of the Dead God                                                                             Another Binding of the Sorcerers


Ishtar - ( Inanna )  Poems, Incantations, prayers ect.
Ishtar fulfills many roles. She is known as an Ancient Fertility Goddess, as the Mother Goddess of all Gods, as a Love Goddess, and as a War Goddess to name a few. She has been worshipped by many diverse cultures and by many different names. Some of these are Inanna, Cybele, Isis, Astarte, and Hera. And the list goes on. She is considered as the generative powers in nature and mankind. Her contributions are many.


The Invocation of the ISHTAR Gate                                                                Prayer to Inanna

Praise to Ishtar                                                                                                    Inanna Adoration

Barge of Heaven                                                                                                From A Hymn To Inanna


The first recorded writings came from Sumeria. They were pagan documents written by Enheduanna. She was an " en " or High Priestess of Nanna, the Sumerian Moon God. She was the daughter of Sargon the Great. He was the first king ever to rule over an empire comprised of Sumer and Akkad. Enheduanna lived in the city of Ur. She lived from 2300 .C.E. to 2225 B.C.E
Her writings consist of:
nin-me-sar-ra (Queen of countless divine powers)
in-nin sa gur-ra (Stout-hearted Lady)
in-nin me-hus-a (Inanna and Ebih)
e-u-nir (The collection of 42 Sumerian temple hymns)
e-u-gim e-a (hymn of praise to Ekishnugal and Nanna on Assumption of en-ship)
unknown  (Hymn of praise of Enheduana)

Sumerian consecration of a Magick Circle
                      
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The Original story of Creation

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The first recorded writings came from Sumeria. They were pagan documents written by Enheduanna. She was an " en " or High Priestess of Nanna, the Sumerian Moon God. She was the daughter of Sargon the Great. He was the first king ever to rule over an empire comprised of Sumer and Akkad. Enheduanna lived in the city of Ur. She lived from 2300 .C.E. to 2225 B.C.E

Her writings consist of:
nin-me-sar-ra ( Queen of countless divine powers )
in-nin sa gur-ra ( Stout-hearted Lady )
in-nin me-hus-a ( Inanna and Ebih )
e-u-nir ( The collection of 42 Sumerian temple hymns )
e-u-gim e-a ( hymn of praise to Ekishnugal and Nanna on Assumption of en-ship )
unknown  ( Hymn of praise of Enheduana )


Mesopotamian Pantheon

Gods                                       Goddesses


The Eleven Tablets of Giglamesh

The Epic of Gilgamesh is thought to be the oldest written story on Earth. It comes to us from ancient Sumeria, and was originally written on 12 clay tablets in cunieform script. It's about the adventures of the historical King of Uruk
(Circa 2750 - 2500 BCE).




Tablet I                     Tablet II                   Tablet III                     Tablet IV                   Tablet V                    Tablet VI     

Tablet VII                 Tablet VIII              Tablet VIIII                 Tablet X                    Tablet XI





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