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The peoples of ancient Anatolia worshiped, it was said, a kursa, a sacred skin, that was fashioned into a bag and served as as symbol of the deity. The mysterious stone “bags” or “baskets” associated with the Sumerian gods, are also found in Mesoamerica.

In Sumer the annunaki gods (meaning “princely offspring” or “offspring of Anu”, they take their name from the old sky god An/Anu) in one hand carries a purse-size bucket or “hunting bags” of holy water, also known as Kursa, and in the other dabs the air with a fruit that looks like a pine cone (representation of the pineal gland, the spiritual gateway of the human body).


The word structure of Sumerian is more complete than the word structure of the language of pre-Sumerian Ubaid writing (kush, kus ‘skin, leather’ : Hittite kursa-; guza, Old Sumerian *kusa: Semitic *kursiy). All the Anunaki have wings. All are wearing bracelets with a disc. All are carrying a pouch with handle in one hand, and thrusting a pine cone forward with the other.

This sacred sack could be made of ox, sheep, or goat hide. The kursa was filled with objects signifying abundance, including fertility symbols, crops, and all kinds of goods. Some special kursas were covered with copper or bronze appliques, while others were made of cloth.

One of the earliest depictions of Quetzalcoatl, as “The Feathered Serpent,” from the ancient Olmec site of La Venta. The mythological figure of the feathered or plumed serpent is depicted throughout North, Middle, and South America as early as Olmec times (1400 BC.).

The Maya knew him as Kukulkán; the Quiché as Gucumatz; the Inca as Urcaguey. In the Popol Vuh of the Quiché Maya, Gucumatz is “the Creator, the Maker”. The Toltecs portrayed the plumed serpent as Quetzalcóatl, the rival of Tezcatlipoca, both at Tulá (north of Teotihuacán) and at Chichén Itzá, in northern Yucatán—the Aztecs later at Tenochtitlán and other places in the Aztec Empire.

Lost for 2 700 years: Tomb of the Serpent Jaguar Priests Uncovered in Peru http://www.ancient-origins.net/…/lost-2-700-years-tomb-serp…

Fleece as Hittite Sack – Jason and the Argonauts http://www.argonauts-book.com/fleece-as-hittite-sack.html

Kursa bag https://in.pinterest.com/pin/389139224038144773/

The Kursa and the Golden Fleece https://aratta.wordpress.com/2015/09/20/9863/

Quetzalcoatl and the kursa (purse/curse) bag https://aratta.wordpress.com/2016/05/14/the-kursa-bag/

Similarities around the world https://aratta.wordpress.com/…/similarities-around-the-wor…/

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