January 12th, 2009 by sabrina
Kishar is the Babylonian Goddess of the earth. She is the daughter of Lahamu and Lahmu, and sister/wife to Anshar, God of the sky. They in turn were the parents of Anu, also a sky God, and Ki, also an earth Goddess, who gave rise to the Annunaki, the great Gods of Mesopotamia. Her name, which means “host of earth,” is also seen as Kissare or Kisar.
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