Diffusion of Religion 2

Solar evolution , Winged sun disk to eagle, flaming pearl, torch, vase, kirtimuka face, zoroastrian god, skygods and viracocha with his snakes

sun disk egypt | Here is another engraving from egypt showing a ...
Bird Deity Stock Photos & Bird Deity Stock Images - Alamy

Double snake, to chinese dragons, “flaming – pearl” is the sun/moon

Rahu/Ketu Eclipse nodes

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Qing_Dynasty_Dish_with_dragons.jpg

double makara, Naga, ballustrade snakes, Bali, maya.

Double-headed serpent - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-headed_serpent#/media/File:Double_headed_turquoise_serpentAztecbritish_museum.jpg

The double snake symbol of the Mayas and its display on the temple of Chitzen Itza, which is a solar temple with 91 steps each side, amounting to 364 with temple on top being 365.

De relation of the principal bird deity to the sun with the two snakes. Itzamna.

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Kirtimukha sky deity on borodur in indonesia swallowing two snakes/makaras/dragons

The important role and association with kings of the principal bird deity.

The identification of the bird deity by numerous scholars: https://books.google.co.za/books?id=pF1OuI9U3kIC&pg=PA95&lpg=PA95&dq=bardawill+principal+bird+deity+snakes&source=bl&ots=h_zF9JWcAM&sig=ACfU3U0A5bDyB1G9iDMNcTSmyQXiy8chbA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjnsc_BwdvpAhXjQhUIHe0zBRAQ6AEwCnoECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=bardawill%20principal%20bird%20deity%20snakes&f=false

Quote: “The Principal Bird Deity played an important role in ancient Maya myths associated with the beginnings of the world. He appears to have participated in the raising of the four world trees and center, which set out the four sides of the cosmos and separated the sky from the earth’s surface. This narrative is seen in the beautiful polychrome murals of San Bartolo, dating to approximately 100 B.C., where five great Principal Bird Deities oversee the sacrifices associated with the raising of these first world trees. The Principal Bird Deity himself was viewed as a quadripartite deity, a fact that explains why four Principal Bird Deity heads were painted as directional hieroglyphs on the four walls of an Early Classic (ca. A.D. 450) tomb at Río Azul. The center of the world was associated with the hieroglyph yax, meaning unripe/ new/ blue/ green. The color of jade was thus the color of the cosmic center, or axis mundi. These concepts explain the placement of figurines like this one as the central element of cache assemblages. The Principal Bird Deity was both the embodiment of the cosmic center as well as the four directions that radiated outward from it.https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/313262

The Principal Bird Deity was closely associated with the office of kingship. Recent research has demonstrated that this supernatural avian played a key role in the mythical events that transpired to give humans the right to rule. Various carved and painted scenes appear to record a mythical event in which the Principal Bird Deity brought down a great, precious bundle from the heavens. He bestowed this bundle, filled with all of earth’s riches (including jade, corn, quetzal plumes, and rain) upon the first human ruler, Huun Ajaw. This event was framed as one of the great foundational sacrifices. Just as the Maize God was believed to have sacrificed himself to provide flesh for the first human beings, the Principal Bird Deity was sacrificed so that the first human kings could rule. The death of the Principal Bird Deity thus represents a moment of transition, when the riches necessary not just for human life but for elite hierarchy and economic exchange systems were bestowed upon the first kings, thereby giving them the right (and the means) to rule.” -Lucia R. Henderson, Sylvan C. and Pamela Coleman Fellow, 2015

Bardawil, Lawrence. “The Principal Bird Deity in Maya Art- an Iconographic Study of Form and Meaning.” In The Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III (Proceedings of the Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque), edited by Merle Greene Robertson, 195-209. Pebble Beach: Pre-Columbian Art Research, The Robert Louis Stevenson School, 1976.

http://www.precolumbia.org/pari/publications/RT03/PrincipalBirdDeity.pdf

the ancient Maya believed that the center of the world was defined ...
The Mayan murals of San Bartolo (Guatemala) 
The names of Mayan rulers in relation to this image. “double headed” eagle or double headed bird origin.

The other (evil) bird deity for the night, 7 macaw, little dipper, jewels as stars , combined they form the double headed eagle. The hero twins sun and moon in the mouth of the makara/snake/bird, being eaten or emerging from.

Ursa Minor
Little dipper, holdimg the polestar 7 macaw

https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Itzamna

Crust of the Earth: Caiman

Itzamna as terrestrial crocodile Itzam Cab Ain, Dresden Codex. https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Itzamna

On two of the Dresden Codex’s very first pages, god D is shown within the maw of a caiman representing the earth; a case has been made for identifying the caiman as the deity’s transformation (Thompson, Taube).

Itzam Cab Ain is believed to be his terrestrial aspect, meaning “Cayman of Earth Itzam” and assumes a prominent role in the narratives of creation in maya mythology, The gods used its body to make the earth after killing it. The myth begins with a cataclysm caused by the saurian after vomiting the fluid that floods the earth. Then, the gods decapitate the reptile to stop the flood. Later, the body of the lizard falls on the earth and on its four corners are placed the four world trees to raise and hold the sky that had collapsed.

The demon bird: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vucub_Caquix

Temple of the foliated cross with principal bird deity on top of the mauan tree of life. Note the two snakes for the ecleptic at the cross bar. Caiman at the bottom / earth.

4000 year old Sumerian tree of life (With images) | Ancient ...
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Tomb of the leopards Etruscan
Enlil, Anu's 2nd Son & Heir, Born of the “Double-Seed Law of ...
https://www.gettyimages.ch/detail/nachrichtenfoto/an-impression-from-a-cylinder-seal-the-sun-god-ahura-nachrichtenfoto/152191662 An impression from a cylinder seal, The sun god, Ahura Mazda in the winged disk appears above the sacred tree. On each side a winged human figure holds a bucket and stands upon the back of a winged bearded sphinx. Material: Pink jasper. 1000 612 BC. Assyrian. Ancient Middle East. (Photo by Werner Forman/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)
Page in which appear various illustrations of palmettes, from A handbook of Ornament by Franz Meyer (1898) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palmette
Delphi Sarcophagus https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:07Delphi_Sarkophag.jpg
Sarcophagus of Sidon https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Lycian_sarcophagus.jpg
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Tomb of the palmettes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Anthemion_Makedonian_Tomb_1.jpg

The evolutiuon into the staff of mercury and the bischops staff. the solar domes of the vatican and holy church based on the pantheon. Rolls Royce pantheon grill with Victoria, the charioteer of Zeus

How the thunderbolt or Vaijra crossed countries and formed religions. Budha the sungod

Tree of life, palm , palmette, griffin eagle and lion, twin lions pillar, aketh

Houses of god, gatherings of prayer, depictions of the universe, meru, churning of the milky ocean

Snakes in Mayan culture, ecliptic and the turtle of the east.

Triple doors, Seasons, astrology, spring/summer+winter/autumn, or summer/autumn+spring/winter

4 royal stars, 4 apostels, corners of the zodiac. In astrology, the Royal Stars of Persia are AldebaranRegulusAntares and Fomalhaut. They were regarded as the guardians of the sky in approximately 3000 BCE during the time of the Ancient Persians in the area of modern-day Iran.[1] The Persians believed that the sky was divided into four districts with each district being guarded by one of the four Royal Stars.[2]  Sirius, pole star and other stars of navigation

EA(Pole)/Enki(Aquarius/pisces)/Enlil(Bootes) division of skies, pole, southern skies, northern skies

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Sun skygod and his two suns

Imperial arches showing the tryptich

The horse tamers and the ashvini twins

The chariot of the sungod, surya helios

The lion and the snake, i mithraism, kirtimukha chnoebis

Abraxis and the rooster symbolism

Orion as main constellation of spring, jesus resurection and the easterbunny, osiris green man and the cerne abbass giant.

5 chinese signs, white tiger, golden dragon, green dragon (red phoenix and black turtle)

The bull and the lion, Orion and Virgo. Shiva and Durga, Vishnu and Lakshmi, Zeus and Hera, Adam and Eve/snake, Jezus solar god

Janua Coeli Gate of heaven + Janua Inferni gate of hell. Golden and silver gates, keys of the popes.

3 gunas , trident

Juno jupiter Minerva
Hera Zeus Athena
Saranyu (Sangya) Surua Chhaya

The Caduceus, symbol of God Ningishzida, on the libation vase of Sumerian ruler Gudea, circa 2100 BCE.

Buto / Uati, lady of heaven (wadjet/Uachet) – Ptah – Nishem, of Eileithyia (vulture/?Nekbeth)

Stela with two snake goddesses | Karnak Temple | Egypt | Egyptian ...

opular Dictionary of Architecture and the Allied Arts, Vol. II (1881) by William James Audsley and George Ashdown Audsley. which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.
“The accompanying illustrations:Fig. 1 [LEFT], the goddess Buto / Uati, lady of heaven, and genius of the Lower Country . Uachet / Wadjet . –> isis etc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadjet
Fig. 2 [RIGHT], the goddess Nishem, of Eileithyia, regent of heaven, show asps, winged, and wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt. Seben. An Egyptian goddess who was worshipped at Syene and Eilethya. She represented the upper country, and was sometimes called Nishem. Nekbeth,vulture maternity childbirth
P496 – AN ARCHAIC DICTIONARY: BIOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL, AND MYTHOLOGICAL; FROM THE EGYPTIAN, ASSYRIAN, AND ETRUSCAN MONUMENTS AND PAPYRI. – W. R. COOPER, F.R.A.S., M.R.A.S.,
When represented as the emblem of Chnoumis and on head-dresses as the symbol of royal power, the asp is neither winged nor crowned. Sometimes the asp was delineated with a human head.”

Lares, sons of Mercury. Two snakes Lararium https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lares

https://seetheworld.travelforkids.com/snakes-of-pompeii/

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JOURNAL ARTICLE: https://www.jstor.org/stable/23731905

THE EVOLUTION AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MAKARA TORANA

LAKSHMAN RANASINGHE

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri LankaNew Series, Vol. 36 (1991/1992), pp. 132-145 (21 pages)Published by: Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (RASSL)

Guardians of the directions : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guardians_of_the_directions


ENKI ————————– ——————– ENLIL/EA
ENKIMDU/NINGISHZIDA ————————– ANU ——————— Dumuzi/Tammuz + Innana Ishtar( sex, war, justice, and political power) + Ereshkigal
His wife is Azimua and also Geshtinanna
(sister of Dumuzid, they alter places in the underworld)
Agriculture/vegetation Shephards

The death of vegetation is associated with the travel to the underworld of Ningishzida
In Sumerian mythology, Dumuzid’s sister was Geshtinanna, the goddess of agriculture, fertility, and dream interpretation.

Enkimdu is the Sumerian god of farming, in charge of canals and ditches, a task assigned to him by the water god Enki during his organization of the world.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ningishzidahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enkimdu

In the Sumerian poem Inanna Prefers the Farmer, Dumuzid competes against the farmer Enkimdu for Inanna’s hand in marriage

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