Ahhh, Yes! It is always a beautiful thing when the bread crumbs lead you out of the forest and into a clearing, if only for a short time. As the bread crumbs began dropping with me seeing that many researcher's were coming to the conclusion that Nimrod was also Osiris, Orion and Gilgamesh in the ancient lands of Shinar. Then Nimrod's wife; Queen Semirimus had to be; Inanna, Ishtar, and Isis right?
Right. One thing that slipped my mind for a moment in my research came crashing back in when of course this led to one of the most important abominations attributed to her. If one can call an abomination important, but this one is because in my opinon it is yet another key to unlocking the events written in the book of Revelation. Besides the beast that comes up from the Abyss; "And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek hath his name Apollyon," (Revelation 9:11) there is another entity mentioned in the book of Revelation which is a big player as she is mentioned many times not just in Revelation but other books of the Bible as well. She is "MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH". In my last post I had followed some of the archeological and anthropological evidence to Inanna and Ishtar, and Ishtar temples to this day have the words "mother of harlots" chisled on their exterior and are quite proud of the fact their "patron' goddess holds this title as if it were something of royal vesture. I hope this is leading you to follow your own breadcrumbs and realize the implications of goddess worship. So what is this important key? One that turns up in many legends around the world is that of incest and it apparently starts with Queen Semiramus, who was not only Nimrod's wife but according to
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semiramis she was his mother! Now in other accounts she marries or consorts with their son, Tammuz after the death of Nimrod claiming that Tammuz is the reincarnation of Nimrod. Now this fits perfectly with Isis who's lover is her brother Osiris and after he is killed by his brother Set, she re-assembles his pieces and has sexual relations with him and gives birth to Horus.
These legends are very, very similar and this rabbit hole is quite deep so I will continue to give you the pieces of the puzzle that I have put together.
No wonder this "goddess" whose mother was a half human half fish named Derketo and a mortal. Derketo abandoned Semirimus right after she gave birth to her and she was cared for by doves until a Royal Shepard named Simmas found her and took care of her. The shepard theme is played out again in the story of Inanna and the doves are also significant as they show up with Inanna/Semiramus/Ishtar and these doves were said to be put in the sky as the constellation Pleiades after the nymphs that Orion is chasing after turn into doves and fly away forever eluding his chase in the heavens in relationship to those constellations.
There are more abominations attributed to this "Queen of Heaven" and I will be bringing them to you very soon.