I am doing another Q and A session for Inanna, at her request.
Just to recap, she is the Sumerian Goddess of Love and War as well as Queen of Heaven, which is literally what her name means. Her cult goes back to well before 4000 BC and she has been known by many other names since. She is usually depicted in full battle gear, leading a lion on a leash, which Sumerian rulers kept as pets. When she lived on earth in a physical body, she ruled over the city of Uruk in upper Mesopotamia, which has been thoroughly excavated in the 19th century and most of the exhibits that were unearthed are to be found in the British Museum, as well as in Berlin, where you can view them in person.
Inanna is closest to her twin brother Utu, who is the Sun God. There is some debate over whether Enki is Innana’s father or brother, but in any case, they are close and they exist in a sort of Mesopotamian Holy Trinity. Generally these three, along with Enki’s brother, Enlil, are considered to be the chief Anunnaki (sons of Anu, also known as EL In Ugaritic).
So, if you have any questions, we are happy to hear them and we will do our best to answer them, for as long as I can keep the connection to her established.