First God ever worshiped was the Mother Goddess

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why are you so narrow minded and restricted to ur lebanese dekene?

roman pantheon style religions would bring countless festivals and weird venerations to everyday life, who in their right minds would say no to a Bacchus like festival, aphrodite week, mars tournament...

too tame and too lame
who gives a shit about festivals?

baddak tet5alwa3 bi aphrodite week w tor5os on the tune of folk greek music? :lol:
 
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    Sculpture is apparently of snake mother goddess and child

    Nammu - Wikipedia
    According to the Prof, her first worship started after "women" introduced agriculture to their tribes. They noticed seeds they were storing in caves were growing on their own and had the idea to put them back in the ground.

    The "snake" could be because snakes help in eating mice and were protectors of the crop fields. The statue would be placed in between those fields to protect them as the Prof said.

    As someone who had two wild black snakes in Lebanon living in our garden, they surely protected our fields and when one stupid hunter shot them, we didn't eat any "Foul" the next season.
     
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    I wish we still had gods and goddesses. Monotheism became a bit schizophrenic in its pursuit of catering to all needs. Having Gods and Goddesses with specific roles can also be of help to the one god that wants to look after everything.
    By the way, this was monotheism. The Prof. claims this was the first goddess and the only one they worshipped. Before that there was worship of some power or magic that they didn't impersonate into a goddess or a thing. Then came this goddess resembling mother nature and agriculture. Then there would be various versions and gods + goddesses.
     
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    By the way, this was monotheism. The Prof. claims this was the first goddess and the only one they worshipped. Before that there was worship of some power or magic that they didn't impersonate into a goddess or a thing. Then came this goddess resembling mother nature and agriculture. Then there would be various versions and gods + goddesses.
    all gods before and after are fake

    the only true god is Kek
     

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    According to the Prof, her first worship started after "women" introduced agriculture to their tribes. They noticed seeds they were storing in caves were growing on their own and had the idea to put them back in the ground.

    The "snake" could be because snakes help in eating mice and were protectors of the crop fields. The statue would be placed in between those fields to protect them as the Prof said.

    As someone who had two wild black snakes in Lebanon living in our garden, they surely protected our fields and when one stupid hunter shot them, we didn't eat any "Foul" the next season.
    very interesting, w
    all gods before and after are fake

    the only true god is Kek
    praise kek

     
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