Semíramis (em grego Σεμίραμις; em armênio Շամիրամ [Shamiram]), também conhecida como Shammurāmat foi uma rainha mitológica que segundo as lendas gregas e lendas persas reinou sobre a Pérsia, Assíria, Armênia, Arábia, Egito e toda a Ásia, durante mais de 42 anos, foi fundadora da Babilônia e de seus jardins suspensos. Subiu ao céu transformada em pomba, após entregar a coroa ao seu filho, Tamuz.
Nephilim are beings, who appear in the Hebrew Bible; specifically mentioned in the Book of Genesis and the Book of Numbers; they are also mentioned in other Biblical texts and in some non-canonical Jewish writings. They were the offspring of angels and women.
On the one hand there are the gods, and on the other are humans: Breeds apart; but when they breed together all you get is trouble; big trouble! Gilgamesh, King of Uruk, was two-thirds God and one-third human, and 100% trouble. 18 feet tall, a seething tower of testosterone. None of the women were safe from him and all men were his slaves.
Pakhet, (meaning she who scratches) is a Hunting Lioness Goddess. It became said that rather than a simple domestic protector against vermin and venomous creatures (Bast), or a fierce warrior (Sekhmet), she was a huntress, perhaps as a caracal, who wandered the desert alone at night looking for prey, gaining the title, Night huntress with sharp eye and pointed claw. While this desert aspect led to her being associated with desert storms, as was Sekhmet. She also was ...
Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: The Irish Goddess Tailtiu (< Talantiu "Great One of the Earth") is largely viewed as a Goddess of the Earth, sovereignty, the harvest, and first grains, particularly of wheat. She was the foster mother of Lugh, and following her death, it was to celebrate and honor her that he established the funeral games of Lughnasad. Telltown, County Meath, Ireland, is named for her.
The Anunnaki - "Those who from heaven came" - are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures. The Anunnaki appear in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish. In the late version magnifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to their proper stations, three hundred in heaven, three hundred on the earth.