Goddess

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Inkubus Sukkubus Rule!!!

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You don’t happen to know what Inanna’s sigil is do you?

@Llaurentieu
You can find it in Joshua Free’s book Gates of the Necronomicon.

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Or we could just use her 8 pointed star. I assume that is what he showed in book.
Why didn’t I think of that before? Duh.

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I’m sure that will work. Any link to her will do. Even just her name.

But no, that’s not what’s showed in the book. There’s an actual sigil with cuneiform above it. A stylized version of the 8 pointed star is a part of the sigil.

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Okay, I guess I will still check it out then.

That’s Ishtar’s Symbol, Inanna’s is this:

http://www.garone.net/tony/Inannacuneiform.jpg

Or This

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That first one has 8 points?

I mean isn’t that pretty much the 8 pointed star.

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I’ll see if I can take a picture of the sigil later this evening and post it for you.

Inanna and Ishtar are the same goddess. Inanna is her Sumerian name and Ishtar is her Babylonian name. Based on my research, they were considered the same goddess and described the same way.

And my UPG confirms it. As with all things in magick, your own results may vary. :slight_smile:

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All right that would be cool.

No it’s sumerian for God.

Here’s the best I could do. The bottom line is straight. It just looks curved because of the curve from the open book.

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Awesome, thanks.

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