Kosmometrie


Geometrien als Schöpfungsmuster  

 

 

Die Göttin in ihren verschiedenen Verkörperungen

In the beginnig there was Isis: Oldest of the Old, She was the Goddess from whom all Becoming Arose. Shewas the Great Lady, Mistress of the two Lands of Egypt, Mistress of Shelter, Mistress of Heaven, Mistress of Horus of Life, Mistress of the word of God. She was the Unique. in all Her great and wonderful works She was a wiser magician and more excellent than any other God.

Thebes Egypt, Fourtheenth Century BC

Aus: Stone, Merlin; When God was a Woman, New York 1976

Thou Sun Goddess of Arinna art and honored deity; Thy name is held  high among names; Thy divinity is held among deities; Nay, among The deities, Thou alone O sun Goddess art honored; Great are Thou alone O Sun Goddess of Arinna; Nay compared of Thee no other deity is as honored or great …

Boghazköy, Turkey, Fifteenth Century BC

Aus: Stone, Merlin a.a.O.

 

Unto Her who renders decision, Goddess of all things, Unto the Lady of Heaven and Earth who receives supplication; Unto Her who hears petition, who entertains prayer; Unto the compassionate Goddess who loves righteousness; Ishtar, the Queen, who suppresses all that is confused. To the Queen of Heaven, the Goddess of the Universe, The One who walked in terrible Chaos and brought life by the Law of Love; And out of Chaos brought us harmony, and from Chaos Thou has les us by the hand.

Babylon, Eighteenth to Seventh Centuries BC

Aus: Stone, Merlin, a.a.O.

 

Hear o ye regions, the praise of Queen Nana; Magnify the Creatress, exalt the dignified; exalt the Glorious One; draw nigh to the Mighty Lady.

Sumer, Nineteenth Century BC

Aus: Stone, Merlin, a.a.O.

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Dann nahm Eurynome die Gestalt einer Taube an, liess sich auf den Wellen nieder und legte zu ihrer Zeit das Weltei. Auf ihr Geheiss wand sich Ophion siebenmal um dieses Ei, bis es ausgebrütet war und aufsprang. Aus ihm fielen alle Dinge, die da sind: Sonne, Mond, Planeten, Sterne, die Erde mit ihren Bergen und Flüssen, Bäumen, Kräutern und lebenden Wesen.“
Aus: Straube, Ingrid: Die Quellen der Philosophie sind weiblich, Aachen 2003, 21 / zit. nach Ranke-Graves, Robert v.: Griechische Mythologie, Hamburg 1984