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cow god and cow goddess
« on: January 22, 2013, 03:39:53 »
the ancient cow god and goddess

the cow gods and cow goddesses of ancient mythology and religion (egyptian, malta, hinduism and others) is a very precise image/form for a god or goddess to have. especially as some objects may show standard features associated with them being a cow god.

why do the cow gods and cow goddesses look like they do? is there a possible alternative explanation in an electric universe?

what ancient countries, civilizations or religions have cow gods and cow goddesses?

the most famous of the mythology cow gods is the ancient egyptian cow goddess of hathor, who even has her own temple, the hathor temple with its mysterious Dendera Lightbulb.





and what of Lord Krishna and the pharaoh queen Hatshepsut who looks very much like the image of the cow god hathor?


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ancient cow gods and cow goddesses
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2013, 03:43:36 »



Hathor Cow Goddess ancient statue found at the Ggantija Temples Gozo (Malta) ?

Ancient Malta and ancient Egyptian links - evidence - Hathor the "Cow Goddess"

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cow god and cow goddess - Achaemenid Empire
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2013, 03:51:24 »
cow god and cow goddess - Achaemenid Empire

The official archaeological explanation for this interesting piece of Achaemenid Empire jewelry is that it is a amulet and pendant showing the head of a lioness.

Perhaps with its weird lines and wide eyes and ears it could be a representation of the ancient cow god or goddess as also portrayed by the egyptians and other civilisations around that time?