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NB. 5.29 R.KELLY O IS CO TIMED TO SANANDHA'S PR.
5.29 R.KELLY O CODE, IT'S TO TIME SANANDHA'S PR.
By the very date that I first saw it.
R.KELLY O CODE TO TIME SANANDHA'S PR - IT'S 5.29.
I DATED R.KELLY'S O ON 5.29 AS PR SENT TO MICAH.
Inanna (sumerian name), Astarte (kanaanäic name),Arinna (hethitic sun goddess), Tanit (karthargic name)Anna = Goddess,Other spelling: Ishara, Istar, Istaru, Aschtar, AschtartGeschtinanna, Nins-AnnaBabylonian scriptures called her the "Light of the World, Leader of Hosts,Opener of the Womb, Righteous Judge, Lawgiver,Goddess of Goddesses, Bestower of Strength,
Framer of All decrees, Lady of VictoryForgiver of Sins, Torch of Heaven and Earth.Many are her sacred titles - "Exalted Light of Heaven""She Who Begets All", "Guardian of the Law" and "Shepherdess of the Lands"
According to Barbara Walker, editor of The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, the name appears in a great many cultures, some widely separated by time and/or space. Thus, there is Anna-Nin, Nana or Inanna, Queen of Heaven in Sumeria (An means Heaven in Sumerian, according to Graves), Anatha, (Syria), Anat (Canaan), Ana or Anah (Old Testament), Di-Ana (Semitic) or Dinah (from the Syriac version of the Old Testament, referring to the goddess of the Dinaite tribes in Sumeria), both uses of "Di" referring to divinity or godhead, Anna (Pelasgian Greek), Nanna (the incarnation of the Danish Goddess Freya as the mother-bride of Baldur), Anu (early Danaan Goddess in Ireland), Ana or Anan, which Robert Graves says are names for the Goddess Danu, who had two aspects, one nurturant, the other maleficent, as which she was sometimes known as Morg-ana to the Irish ("Death Ana," one third of the triple Goddess known as The Morrigan, ("Great Queen"); Anna Perenna (Roman), Black Annis of Leicester to medieval Christians, who lived on "Dane Hill" (Danaan?) and used to devour children - ending with St. Anne, mother of the virgin Mary, grandmother of God. This long history seems to me too ubiquitous to be reduced to an abstraction! It goes even further: Graves cites the view of a Mr. E.M. Parr that Athene was another Anna namely, Ath-enna, which occurs in inverted form in Libya as Anatha. Graves' verdict on the subject is "..if one needs a single, simple, inclusive name for the Great Goddess, Anna is the best choice."
I found the text above on the internet in 2003.
In 1996 when she woke me up I had little or no knowledge of Goddess names.
I was given the name Anna directly by her use of synchronicity, not from books.