Tiamat

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Tiamat

  1. A Babylonian goddess who personifies the sea, considered the monstrous embodiment of primordial chaos.
  2. (in the works of Zecharia Sitchin) A supposed planet once located between Mars and Jupiter.
    • 2003, Albert T Clay, Paul Tice, Atrahasis: An Ancient Hebrew Deluge Story
      Sitchin also tells us Mummu was the planet Mercury - "One Who Was Born," and that Tiamat was an earlier Earth.

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