The pentagram, perhaps the most well-known esoteric symbol of all time, may also be traced back to ancient Sumeria. It was an ideogram used to characterize Merovingian Kings as “lofty ones” or “shining ones” in Sumerian pictographic writing, and it was portrayed inverted. The pentagram’s link with dark magic is most likely due to the … Read more
Lilith is a pre-Sumerian/Babylonian deity most famous for Her role in Hebrew mythology. Lilith, also known as “The Dark Maid” or “Maiden of Desolation,” is a nighttime monster connected with owls. She is represented as a beautiful winged woman with bird’s feet and claws on this Babylonian clay plaque from 2000-1600BCE.
Winged Man — A man with a beard and wings on his back appears frequently on Sumerian tablets, and this is a prominent Sumerian emblem.
Dual riders as an idea or emblem dates back to ancient Sumeria, where it was used for purely tactical reasons. This emblem appears in later Templar artwork and drawings.
Cuneiform, the Sumerian writing style, is typically mentioned when people think of the Sumerians. The Sumerian symbol cuneiform is by far the most well-known. Cuneiform is the simplest and oldest written language in the world.
The Templars’ equal-armed cross can be found in abundance in ancient Sumerian carvings.