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There is this Sumerian thing: http://www.myths.com/pub/myths/sumer-faq.html
Babylonian version: http://www.myths.com/pub/myths/assyrbabyl-faq.html
Kali is Hindu. Lucifer is Roman/Christian. Lilith is Babylonian/Jewish, but is not a *god* in the pantheon. Hecate is Greek and Nephtys is Egyptian. Ishtar however, is Babylonian.
I've worked with most you have named. So if you have any questions, hit me up.
You need to study Lilith
One thing that has occurred to me over the years, is when you have a Sumerian spiritual problem, you need a Sumerian spiritual solution, for anyone who happens to be so unfortunate. It may require a paradigm shift of some sort.
You know you're absolutely right about that, and not only that, but Lamashtu cannot be banished. So whomever comes into contact with this has to figure out a way to "bargain with Her", rather than fighting Her, which quite frankly, is not going to work. It's not a game for feeble minded fear mongers.
She tends to choose, It's just the way the Dark Universe works, being that there is no other universe, there is not much to gain in trying to rationalize it in a negative sense. Those who come into Her favor are well rewarded, and those whom She despises will regret it.
And that will be up to the "chosen one".
H ah ha, that reminds me of the movie Exorcist series, which I have both. The Heretic is really good, and a different spin from the first movie. But the interesting thing about Pazuzu is that this is portrayed rather accurately in the movie series, as far as the historical existence of this being. The existence of Pazuzu in Sumerian mythos is probably is taken by people who see this movie as something fictional. The "possession" aspect of it is pretty far fetched, as far as "possession" goes.
But Pazuzu was the real deal, no doubt about that. I also have this theory that curses launched 5000 years ago by the Sumerians are still in effect in the Middle East today. Followers of Islam being cursed by their ancient ancestors.
Idk, I attribute the Mid East's problems to a lot of other things such as the evil eye and other concepts I have. I don't think curses last quite that long unless you make them last.
I would make an exception for the ancient Sumerians and the Egyptians