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The Divine Ancestress was known as Astarte -- the Great Goddess, the Queen of Heaven, Innin, Inanna, Nan, Nut, Anat, Anahita, Istar Isis, Au Set, Ishara, Asherah, Ashtart, Attoret, Attar and Hathor.
Each names denotes in the various languages and dialects of those who revered Her, different aspects of the Great Goddess.
Why do so many people educated in this century think of classical Greece as the first major culture when written language was in use and great cities built at least twenty-five centuries before that time?
And perhaps most important, why is it continually inferred that the age of the "pagan" religions, the time of the worship of female deities, was dark and chaotic, mysterious and evil, without the light of order and reason that supposedly accompanied the later male religions.
It is these more recent excavations which have changed our view of our most ancient history.
Archaeological evidence proves that the Goddess religion existed and flourished in the Near and Middle East for thousands of years before the arrival of the patriarchal Abraham, first prophet of the male deity Yahweh. Why had a female, rather than a male, been designated as the supreme deity?
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In prehistoric and early historic periods of human development, religions existed in which people revered their supreme creator as female.
How influential and significant was Her worship, and when had it actually begun?
Though goddesses have been worshiped in all areas of the world, we will focus on the religion as it evolved in the Near and Middle East, the cradle of western civilization.
Most significant was the archaeological evidence of the earliest examples of written language so far discovered; these were also located in Sumer, at the temple of the Queen of Heaven in Erech, written there over five thousand years ago.
In agreement with the generally accepted theory that women were responsible for the development of agriculture, as an extension of their food-gathering activities, there were female deities everywhere who were credited with this gift to civilization.
Most cultures have myths that explain their origins. There are numerous accounts of the antagonistic attitudes of Judaism, Christianity and Islam toward the sacred artifacts of the religions that preceded them, especially in the case of the Goddess worshiped in Canaan (Palestine).