Ancient dating rituals

Women robed in scarlet sheaths, conducting rituals associated with serpents away from prying eyes, serving Innana, the Goddess of Love, Fertility and War.The color of their clothes was symbolic of their power, but why was blood, particularly their menstrual blood, deemed powerful?

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Ancient dating rituals

The tales of Innana make it very clear she was not shy in picking lovers and promoting them to Kingship and her priestesses would have followed her example.

From Sumer to Cambodia Kings enacted a ritual visitation with a Goddess (in many countries depicted as a serpent or half-fish) with the threat of destruction to the kingdom should the King fail in his duty.

Their apparel, layout of cities and design of temples all revolved around alternating red and white.

The third is that according to them, the 'Garden of Eden' or settlement where they conducted their experiments was laid out in a circle divided into quarters. Contrary to Genesis, the Sumerians said it was bequeathed to him to show he was under the Serpent Cult's protection from Enlil, who was outraged that Enki and Ninkhursag had created a lulu amel that was more Annunaki than human.

She then became one of the ancestresses of King David.

One gets a sense reading about these women in the Bible that there is a grudging respect afforded them, an acknowledgement of who they were intermingled with the desire to classify them as ‘fallen women’.

What is it about this nutrient rich fluid that held the ancients enthralled?

What Western society has viewed as evil in the form of Woman and the Serpent was once viewed with the utmost veneration, the two bestowing wisdom and longevity on all who partook of their essences.

One example of a priestess known to us as a ‘whore’ would be Rahab, who held a position of influence in Jericho and brokered an agreement with Joshua that she and her family would be spared.

A scarlet thread was tied outside her window so his men would know to spare the occupants of the room.

The Annunaki were practitioners in hormonal therapy and during battle the soldiers would drink the blood of their fallen comrades, which provided them with a much needed energy boost and rehydration.

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