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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 38, Allat, Al Uzza, and Manat Summary & Analysis

Merlin Stone
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Chapter 38, Allat, Al Uzza, and Manat Summary and Analysis

Allat, Al Uzza and Manat are known in Arabia as the holy three. Allat is the primary Goddess of the Arabians, called upon as Mother. Al Uzza's light is seen as the Morning and Evening Star. She is associated with the planet Venus and often described as the star Sirius. Al Uzza is The Mighty One of Mecca. It is her strength that radiates from the holy stones of Ashtart at Byblos and of Kybele at Pessinus. Manat decides fortunes and speaks of destiny, as well as when it is one's time to die.

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