Suze Collett
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Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. When Eingana’s creations grew inside her, she swelled up to an enormous size. Since she had no vagina, she had no way to give birth to them, until the God Barraiya opened a hole near her anus with his spear. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends.

Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. When Eingana’s creations grew inside her, she swelled up to an enormous size. Since she had no vagina, she had no way to give birth to them, until the God Barraiya opened a hole near her anus with his spear. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends.

Parthian Silver Gilt Rhyton with a Protome, 1st century B.C.

Parthian Silver Gilt Rhyton with a Protome, 1st century B.C.

Greek silver-gilt repoussé roundel with Aphrodite, 300 B.C.

Greek silver-gilt repoussé roundel with Aphrodite, 300 B.C.

Silver comb and pin - The combination comb and pin is said to have been found in a woman’s tomb, together with other objects, now dispersed - 100 B.C.

Silver comb and pin - The combination comb and pin is said to have been found in a woman’s tomb, together with other objects, now dispersed - 100 B.C.

Silver comb and pin - The combination comb and pin is said to have been found in a woman’s tomb, together with other objects, now dispersed - 100 B.C.

Silver comb and pin - The combination comb and pin is said to have been found in a woman’s tomb, together with other objects, now dispersed - 100 B.C.

Ceremonial chalice from St. Peter's Cathedral in Osnabrück, Germany 1240.

Ceremonial chalice from St. Peter's Cathedral in Osnabrück, Germany 1240.

Greek 405-345 B.C.

Greek 405-345 B.C.