Human history is long and thus repetitious in so many ways, with so many stories and symbols passed down and around the globe throughout millennia. Time and Space Travelers have known all of it throughout dimensions.

Prince Sargon
Son of King Yahmaan and Queen Inanna – Enter the Dreadi

Historical References:

Sargon of Akkad (r. 2334 – 2279 BCE) was the king of the Akkadian Empire of Mesopotamia, the first multi-national empire in history, who united the disparate kingdoms of the region under a central authority. He is equally famous today as the father of the great poet-priestess Enheduanna (l. 2285-2250 BCE), the first author known by name in history.

Sargon (also known as Sargon the Great, Shar-Gani-Sharri, and Sarru-Kan, meaning “True King” or “Legitimate King”) was born an illegitimate son of a “changeling”, which could refer to a temple priestess of the goddess Innana (whose clergy were androgynous) and, according to the Sargon Legend (a cuneiform clay tablet purporting to be his biography) never knew his father. His mother could not reveal her pregnancy or keep the child, and so he was set adrift by her in a basket on the Euphrates River where he was later found by a man named Akki who was a gardener for Ur-Zababa, the King of the Sumerian city of Kish. From this very humble beginning, Sargon would rise to conquer all Mesopotamia…

Sargon of Akkad – Founder of the First Empire in History

Queen of the Lock Nation – Enter the Dreadi

Historical Inspirations:


“Inanna is the ancient Sumerian goddess of love, sensuality, fertility, procreation, and also of war. She later became identified by the Akkadians and Assyrians as the goddess Ishtar, and further with the Hittite Sauska, the Phoenician Astarte and the Greek Aphrodite, among many others.”



“Inanna was worshiped in Sumer at least as early as the Uruk period (c. 4000 BCE – 3100 BCE), but she had little cult activity before the conquest of Sargon of Akkad. During the post-Sargonic era, she became one of the most widely venerated deities in the Sumerian pantheon,[4][5] with temples across Mesopotamia. The cult of Inanna / Ishtar, which may have been associated with a variety of sexual rites, was continued by the East Semitic-speaking people (Akkadians, Assyrians and Babylonians) who succeeded and absorbed the Sumerians in the region.”


Historical Inspirations:

The Infinite nature of the Heart within the Knot gracing Queen Inanna is a variation on themes used around the world throughout time. One is the Celtic Knot.


 To the ancient Celts the Trinity Knot or Triquetra is used often to symbolize and honor the Mother, Maiden and Crone of the neo-pagan Triple Goddess. An example is the Celtic Sisters Knot. The three points of the knot symbolizes the three life cycles of a woman in relation to the phases of the moon. In more recent times, when Christian missionaries arrived it became recognized as a symbol for The Holy Trinity meaning ‘The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit’. In modern times the Trinity knot is now interpreted as the Irish love knot. The trinity knot’s interlaced and unbroken lines symbolize spiritual growth, eternal life, and undying love.


King Yahmaan’s Trusted Advisor and Mage – Enter the Dreadi

Historical References:

The symbols Zendakai wears on his robes come from/are Inspired by Asian symbols of strength and magic such as were found on the ancient flags of Mongol King Chinghiz-khan (Genghis Khan):


Zendakai’s hat symbol is a modernization of the ancient Chinese symbol for the Yi Jing (I Ching, also known as the Book of Changes – used daily by people all over the world even today) is estimated as a 5,000 year old book of remarkably accurate Divination accessed by asking a question, throwing three coins six times to match two of 64 Hexagrams in possible configurations of heads and tails, to deliver unique Divine Guidance.


The Yin Yang theory is a kind of logic, which views things in relation to its whole. The theory is based on two basic components: yin and yang, which are neither materials nor energy. They combine in a complementary manner and form a method for explaining relationships between objects. Gradually, this logic was developed into a system of thought that was applied to other areas. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an example of one area where the yin yang theory is used to understand complicated relationships in the body.


Ancient Chinese people were greatly interested in the relationships and patterns that occurred in nature. Instead of studying isolated things, they viewed the world as a harmonious and holistic entity. In their eyes, no single being or form could exist unless it was seen in relation to its surrounding environment. By simplifying these relationships, they tried to explain complicated phenomena in the universe.

Magic Symbols

The first recorded magic act was by the magician Dedi who performed his tricks in Ancient Egypt in 2,700 B.C. He is credited with the first cups and balls magic trick.Jan 28, 2020

“Magic symbols can be found all over the world. The earliest known grimoire, spellbooks or magical text, was found in Mesopotamia and was dated between the 5th and 4th centuries BC. Some individual magical symbols date back as early as 10,000 BC. “

“There are magical symbols in both Eastern and Western cultures. Magical symbols represent a force from nature that offers protection to those using them. They help people feel protected and strong when used against evil forces such as demons and evil eyes. People have used magic to help explain forces of nature they did not understand. Magical symbols were created to protect man from forces of nature he did not understand and protection in wars and other conflicts. These symbols can be worn as an amulet or talisman, drawn on paper, or carved into objects. People carry their magical symbols with them in order to stay out of harm’s way. “

Spiral as Magic

“Spirals have been found painted and engraved on cave walls of Upper Paleolithic times and on standing stones of the Neolithic. Single spiral symbols have been found in Stone-Age Europe, the Near East, pre-dynastic Egypt, as well as in Peru, China, and Polynesian societies. At an Irish site called Brú na Bóinne, occupied over 6,000 years ago, the spiral symbols are a dominant feature. They are also found at the 2,000-year-old Serpent Mound in Ohio and on a 18,000-year-old mammoth ivory piece, discovered in Siberia.”

“In terms of spirituality, the spiral symbol can represent the path leading from outer consciousness (materialism, external awareness, ego, outward perception) to the inner soul (enlightenment, unseen essence, nirvana, cosmic awareness).”

DNA Spiral
DNA has a double helix structure, much like a spiral staircase, it has two single strands that join and twist together. The ‘steps’ of the staircase are made up of the four bases of DNA called adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G) and thymine (T). They bind together in complementary pairs (A with T, C with G).” Nov 20, 2020

Vatican Museum’s Bramante Spiral Staircases

Original and Modern


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