Quetzalcoatl and the kursa (purse/curse) bag — Cradle of Civilization

Kursa bag Sumer, where the annunaki god (meaning “princely offspring” or “offspring of Anu”, they take their name from the old sky god An/Anu) in one hand carries a purse-size bucket or “hunting bags” of holy water, also known as Kursa, and in the other dabs the air with a fruit that looks like a […]

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