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Taureau androcéphale ailé, site de Khorsabad. Eugène FLANDIN © Photo RMN-Grand Palais (Institut de France) - Agence Bulloz

Taureau androcéphale ailé, site de Khorsabad. Eugène FLANDIN © Photo RMN-Grand Palais (Institut de France) - Agence Bulloz

Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Fallen Angels, Anunnaki, Nephelim, Watchers – The Shining Ones from Ancient Mesopotamia.The Nachash ANNUNAKI AKA = FALLEN ANGELS SATAN,THE DEVIL ,THE DRAGON The Nachash and His Seed:The Hebrew word Nachash is translated to "shine" (like brass) or whisper (as in enchantment). The Nachash was, to use literal Hebrew, a 'shining enchanter.' He was also 'shrewd' (smooth or slick), as a descriptive term in the Hebrew for 'naked and cunning' in deceiving Eve. Scripture goes on to

Fallen Angels, Anunnaki, Nephelim, Watchers – The Shining Ones from Ancient Mesopotamia.The Nachash ANNUNAKI AKA = FALLEN ANGELS SATAN,THE DEVIL ,THE DRAGON The Nachash and His Seed:The Hebrew word Nachash is translated to "shine" (like brass) or whisper (as in enchantment). The Nachash was, to use literal Hebrew, a 'shining enchanter.' He was also 'shrewd' (smooth or slick), as a descriptive term in the Hebrew for 'naked and cunning' in deceiving Eve. Scripture goes on to

A 14th-century B.C. relief depicts a "fish-man" carrying a pinecone and bucket, symbols of purification.Temple of the Storm God Adda, under Citadel of Aleppo

A 14th-century B.C. relief depicts a "fish-man" carrying a pinecone and bucket, symbols of purification.Temple of the Storm God Adda, under Citadel of Aleppo