STRANGE SPANNERS being an accounting of strangeness of the warp and woof of my mind
For those of you new here, think of this as 1/2 "Night Gallery"
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Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Found on a Wall of a Babylonian Restroom
It is said that the this represents fertility spirits pushing up reeds. Dr. Amon Ree though says that each figure is actually a child of Kadla, an old forgotten deity of Akkad before the Babylonians conquered it. The children of Kadla watched for those using the bathroom and made sure no one ever blundered into your stall as you were busy or that you were out of paper or whatever your choice in that matter is.