Ishtar Female Pilot

The Anunnaki Goddess: Inanna - Ishtar, has been described... as roaming the heavens..... over many lands... that lie far apart……
feats only possible... by flying. (She also spoke of flying).

Ishtar was said to be a astronaut who would fly in a spacecraft,Notice her air flight goggles.

Z. Sitchin wrote about a similar statue discovered at Mari, in 1934:
"It was a life - size statue of a beautiful woman. Her unusual headdress was adorned with a pair of horns, indicating that she was a goddess. Standing around the 4000 - years - old statue, the archaeologists were thrilled by her lifelike appearance ( in a snapshot, one can hardly distinguish between the statue and the living man).

They named her The Goddess with a Vase because she was holding a cylindrical object. Unlike the flat carvings or basreliefs, this life - size, three dimensional representation of the goddess reveals interesting features about her attire.On her head she wears not a milliner's chapeau but a special helmet ; protruding from it on both sides and fitted over the ears are objects that remind one of a pilot's headphones … an unusual box of rectangular shape.

The box is held tight against the back of a goddess and is firmly attached to the helmet with a horizontal strap … a hose … two sets of straps … She is clothed in a PALA garment ( ruler's garment), and on her head she wears the SHU.GAR.RA helmet … All this suggests to us that the attire …was that of an aeronaut or an astronaut