The three daughters of the Semitic god, Hubal. From left to right: Al-Uzza, Al-Lat and Menat formed a holy trinity in Ancient Arabia. They were widely worshipped: from Nabatean Petra in the North to the legendary Kingdoms of Arabia Felix in the South, including Saba, the Biblical Sheba; as far east as Mesopotamia and Persia.
Rare Irish Celtic ‘Matrona,’ bronze female figurine. 1st-8th century AD. A cast anthropomorphic figurine of a seated female figure with upraised arms. The right hand is carefully molded in a palm-outward warding gesture; the left is vestigial, suggesting that originally a separate item was placed in front of the left side of the body. The elliptical face is depicted with almond-shaped eyes, typical of Irish Iron Age art, and the hair is swept back from the face.
GODDESS WITH CHILD (LATONA), ETRUSCAN. Etruscan, Late-Archaic, 510–500 BC. Goddess carrying a child (Latona with Apollo). From the roof ridge of the Portonaccio Temple at Veil. Terracotta, height 166 cm.
Mujer japonesa periodo Estatuilla de Jomon (c. 10,500-300 aC) c. 1000-200 aC al horno de arcilla bajo 7 15/16 x 5 1/8 x 2 3/8 pulg. (20,1 x 13 x 6 cm) AP 1.971,15 estos momentos no va VISTA Jomon, que significa "cordón-marcada," se refiere a la impresiones ...
Examples of the mother Goddess Sculptures of all ancient Cultures, they are eerily similar, yet we are taught that these civilizations each existed in a vacuum, with no contact amongst each other for thousands of years, across multiple continents..... I do not accept this teaching, and i am sure there is massive hidden history among the worlds Religions, governments, and Militaries.