Marta Grabowska
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The Assyrian god Nisroch was depicted as an eagle-headed diety with wings and exaggerated muscles. In this sculptured relief from Nineveh he is sprinkling the sacred tree with water. He is holding a water vessel in his left hand and a fir cone (sponge) in his right.

The Assyrian god Nisroch was depicted as an eagle-headed diety with wings and exaggerated muscles. In this sculptured relief from Nineveh he is sprinkling the sacred tree with water. He is holding a water vessel in his left hand and a fir cone (sponge) in his right.

Nisroch - Annunaki god giving the pine cone (#pineal gland) and the #DMT it contains to human kind

Nisroch - Annunaki god giving the pine cone (#pineal gland) and the #DMT it contains to human kind

Margaret de Walsokene Dating: 1349 Location: St Margaret's Church, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England Gender: F Costume: Civilian

Margaret de Walsokene Dating: 1349 Location: St Margaret's Church, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England Gender: F Costume: Civilian

4. The 14th century houppelande.

4. The 14th century houppelande.

Poligny, Collégiale St.Hippolyte, St. Catherine Jura, France

Poligny, Collégiale St.Hippolyte, St. Catherine Jura, France

Purses on deposit in Kunsthistorische museum, Vienna (16th century)

Purses on deposit in Kunsthistorische museum, Vienna (16th century)

1300s, France. Pouch (Forel). Silk and metal thread on canvas. Currently in the met, part of the Cloisters collection.

1300s, France. Pouch (Forel). Silk and metal thread on canvas. Currently in the met, part of the Cloisters collection.