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Discovering The True Origins of The Ishtar Gate Symbol

The Ishtar Gate of the Simon Necronomicon

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We recently discovered something quite interesting that many of you may want to keep in your notes, as it pertains to the origin of the Ishtar Gate .  Below is the Ishtar Gate symbol found in the Simon Necronomicon:

The Ishtar Gate of the Simon Necronomicon
The Ishtar Gate of the Simon Necronomicon


The Ishtar Gate symbol appearing in the Simon Necronomicon compares greatly to an illustration by Jean D’Espagnet, which was designed in 1651. D’Espagnet connected spacial and temporal elements in his diagram by assigning the classical heavenly symbols to the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.

In 1651 Jean D'Espagnet proposed a square arrangement of planets and zodiacal signs, depicted in the illustration.
In 1651 Jean D’Espagnet proposed a square arrangement of planets and zodiacal signs, depicted in the illustration.


Readers who would like to learn more about the research of Jean D’Espagnet and the origins of such illustrations are advised to visit the Color System website. Have a blessed day!
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