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Uruk - The Anu ziggurat



Type of Spiritual Experience


Ziggurat - The Anu district consists of a single massive terrace, the Anu Ziggurat.  It began with a massive mound topped by a cella during the Uruk period c 4000 BC and was expanded through 14 phases of construction, labeled L to A3 (L is sometimes called X).

White Temple - In phase E, corresponding to Uruk III period c 3000 BC, the White Temple was built. The White Temple was clearly designed to be seen from a great distance across the plain of Sumer as it was elevated 21 m and covered in gypsum plaster which reflected sunlight like a mirror. In addition to this temple, the Anu Ziggurat also had a monumental limestone paved staircase used in religious processions.

The Stone Temple - Under the northwest edge of the ziggurat an Uruk VI period structure, the Stone Temple, has been discovered.  The Stone Temple [see map] was built of limestone and bitumen on a podium of rammed earth and plastered with lime mortar. The podium itself was built over a woven reed mat called giparu a word which originally referred a reed mat used ritually as a nuptial bed.

The implications are that this was the site for the consummation and creation of the mystic marriage.  The structure of the Stone Temple further develops some mythological concepts from Enuma Elish, “perhaps involving libation rites as indicated from the channels, tanks, and vessels found there”. The structure was ritually destroyed.


A description of the experience

There are interesting parallels between the White Temple and the Parthenon, showing that the underlying symbolism was a constant


Not a terribly imaginative reconstruction, but it gives an idea at least.

The source of the experience

Mesopotamian system

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