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Asherah, known as the "Lady of the Sea"

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Emissaries of the Triple Goddess in many ancient cultures, owls are revered for their ability to see truth in darkness & sacred for their powerful influence in casting magic spells. The Welsh Star & Moon Goddess, deity of reincarnation & karma, shape-shifts into an owl in order to move w/ strength & purpose through the night, using her wings to comfort & provide healing solace to those who seek her.

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The goddess Asherah (Qudshu) standing on a lion and holding two serpents. This plaque was carved by Syrians living in Egypt in the 7th century B.C. (Drawn from original photo)

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"In Search of Asherah: The Lost Hebrew Goddess" Mary E. Naples and the Dominican University of California analyze the search for Asherah. http://coastlinejournal.org/2013/10/09/in-search-of-asherah-the-lost-hebrew-goddess/

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from Art and Design

Landscapes & Scenery Digital Art by Niken Anindita

Auch hier wieder ein absolutes Farbenbeispiel. Gerade und vor allem die Wolken und der Berg oben. Aber eben auch diese Harmonie zwischen rosa und blau und schwarz. Genau solche Farben und Harmonien meine ich. ♥

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from Queen of Heaven

Asherah, Part I: The lost bride of Yahweh

Asherah Queen of Heaven

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Figurines Collection of the Canaanite Mother Goddess 'Asherah' (Israel Museum, Jerusalem)

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from American Expedition

Gray Wolf Wrapped Canvas Art

This stunning canvas print features a gray wolf standing on a rocky perch. The wolf's powerful gaze is captured perfectly in this print. Comes ready to hang and is the perfect way liven up a wall in y

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In Canaan, like elsewhere in the region, the people went on to develop an advanced civilization.They had writing, mathematics and a calendar, they also became great artisans, creating beautiful works of art. The main cities of Canaan were Jericho, Ugarit, Tyre, Sidon, Ebla, Biblos, Lachish, Hazor, Megiddo, Jerusalem and later, the North-African Phoenician settlement of Carthag

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