020 Sea Gods

religion related to the Oceans
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Picture of Granite Head from Alexandria's Ancient Harbor, Egypt.

Pictures from Egypt's Sunken Treasures Exhibition in Berlin, Germany

"Utnapishtim, from the Mesopotamian flood myth. The biblical Noah is an analog of Utnapishtim, though the Sumerian/ Mesopotamian/Babylonian deluge story was written long before the Noah of the Torah."

"Utnapishtim, from the Mesopotamian flood myth. The biblical Noah is an analog of Utnapishtim, though the Sumerian/ Mesopotamian/Babylonian deluge story was written long before the Noah of the Torah."

Queen of Vessels, Alchemical Tarot, by Robert Place and Leisa ReFalo, Hermes Publication, 2008

Queen of Vessels, Alchemical Tarot, by Robert Place and Leisa ReFalo, Hermes Publication, 2008

Oannes. God Fish. From Wikipedia: "Adapa as a fisherman was iconographically portrayed as a fish-man composite. . .Adapa was a mortal man from a godly lineage, a son of Ea (Enki in Sumerian), the god of wisdom and of the ancient city of Eridu, who brought the arts of civilization to that city."

Oannes. God Fish. From Wikipedia: "Adapa as a fisherman was iconographically portrayed as a fish-man composite. . .Adapa was a mortal man from a godly lineage, a son of Ea (Enki in Sumerian), the god of wisdom and of the ancient city of Eridu, who brought the arts of civilization to that city."

A Spanish devotional image of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in her role as Star of the Sea (Stella Maris).

A Spanish devotional image of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in her role as Star of the Sea (Stella Maris).

2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres.  Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres. Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

Tamesis- Celtic goddess of fresh water.  (Anglo-Celtic) The Goddess and namesake of the river Thames, later replaced in patriarchal times by Llud, for whom Ludgate Hill in London is named.

Tamesis- Celtic goddess of fresh water. (Anglo-Celtic) The Goddess and namesake of the river Thames, later replaced in patriarchal times by Llud, for whom Ludgate Hill in London is named.

Fantastic Sea Carriage Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active 1554–ca. 1600, died 1605)

Fantastic Sea Carriage Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active 1554–ca. 1600, died 1605)

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