Ishtar also known as Inanna - Star, Goddess of Power War Fertility & Sacred Sexuality - the one who has gone through the 7 gates, died & resurrected (This is the fertility goddess associated with Easter).
Inanna was the Queen of the Sumerian Pantheon and Goddess of love, fertility and war. Her other names included Ninanna (Queen of the Sky) and as Ninsinanna she was personification of the planet Venus, linked to the morning and evening star. The Babylonians knew her as Ishtar. Sacred marriage rites were performed at the Sumerian New Year. At the ceremony this Goddess would be invoked to bless the couples with fertility.
Ereshkigal - temna sestra Inanny. Obrovská a temná, páchnuca a zarastená, s leviou hlavou a levími tlapami, vše vôkol seba požierala - Ereškigal, moja sestra. Bola všetkým, čím ja niesom, všetkým, čo som ukrývala, všetkým, čo som pochovala. Ona je tým, čo som odmietla - Ereškigal, moja sestra. Ereškigal - môj tieň. (A.S. Marashinsky: Innana - objatie tieňa)
Ishtar is a creative goddess of the Babylonians. It is the source of life and embodiment of the power of nature. Goddess of time, love as war, legislator and judge, Ishtar brings abundance . Its name, which means "one who gives light", is derived from its role as queen of heaven. A powerful symbol, multifaceted, determination. It corresponds to the creative femininity, active and courageous
Inana (Sumerian)/Ištar (Akkadian) is among the most important deities and the most important goddess in the Mesopotamian pantheon. She is primarily known as the goddess of sexual love but is equally prominent as the goddess of warfare. In her astral aspect, Inana/Ištar is the planet Venus, the morning and the evening star.
The Goddess Inanna. The Sumerian Great Queen or Lady of Heaven (Ninanna) is known to us mainly from the Gilgamesh epic. Also known as Innin, she has subsequently given rise to the Semitic Ishtar. Inanna/Ishtar was, without doubt, the most venerated and influential among all Near-Eastern deities.