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Posted on 18 January, 2016 at 3:20

Ea, déesse des abîmes, règne sur l’En-bas accompagnée de An, dieu du Ciel et Enlil, dieu de la Terre.

Elle fit appel à Ninurta pour combattre Anzu.

Anzu, oiseau mythique, puissant et rapide assurait la liaison entre Enlil, dieu suprême et les autres dieux.

Anzu profita de son statut pour voler le don de déterminer le destin des hommes et des dieux. Le combat opposant Ninurta et Anzu fut déloyal car Anzu se servait des tablettes du destin pour éliminer son rival.

Seule une tempête vint à bout d’Anzu et Ninurta le captura et lui trancha les ailes rendant ainsi le don à Enlil.

Anzu est le symbole du mal, s’opposant au bien Ninurta comme Satan s’oppose à Jésus.

http://www.isoptech.com/mythologie-du-capricorne



Detail of The Adda Seal. The figures can be identified as gods by their pointed hats with multiple horns. The figure with streams of water and fish flowing from his shoulders is Ea (Sumerian Enki), god of subterranean waters and of wisdom. Behind him stands Usimu, his two-faced vizier (chief minister). At the centre of the scene is the sun-god, Shamash (Sumerian Utu), with rays rising from his shoulders. He is cutting his way through the mountains in order to rise at dawn. To his left is a winged goddess, Ishtar (Sumerian Inanna). The weapons rising from her shoulders symbolise her warlike characteristics. British muséum

 

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