The city in Israel’s south has mainly been known as the location of the grave of the Baba Sali, a Moroccan-born Kabbalist of high renown. Like China or Las Vegas, both of which have copies of world-famous structures, Netivot now has two recently erected monuments – the Statue of Liberty (Babylon Goddess)and the Eiffel Tower (Tower of Babel).
The replica of the French landmark is located in the Oded Shriki Paris Center, which was completed earlier this year.
The Statue of Liberty represents the ancient Babylonian goddess of love and fertility, Ishtar. Ishtar is known as the Mother of Harlots because prostitution was part of her religious practices. She was worshipped as Astarte in the Middle East. Scriptures call her Ashtoreth, and she was known in Latin as Libertas, liberty. Libertas was referred to by Cicero, a Roman historian, as the Mother of Harlots. “Liberty” in ancient times was associated with sexual freedom and temple prostitution.
The Third Apocalypse of Baruch mentions that the “tower of strife” reached a height of 463 cubits (694 feet and 6 inches, 212 meters high), taller than any other structure built in the ancient world, including the Pyramid of Cheops in Giza, Egypt, and taller than any structure built in human history until the construction of the Eiffel Tower in 1889.
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