February 1st, 2010 by sabrina

star-of-heavenNinsar is the Sumerian Goddess of plants. She is the daughter of Ninhursag, Goddess of fertility, and Enki, God of the waters. She was impregnated by her father Enki and bore Ninkurra, also a Goddess of plants. Ninsar’s name means “lady greenery,” and she was also known as Ninmu (lady who brings forth) or Ninshar (lady herb).

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  1. Megan said:

    I just discovered your blog and am really enjoying it, but I have one burning question: What are you using to source your information? I’m planning on doing some goddess research for a project I have in mind and am finding a series lack of sources. Can you recommend some books?