Snake-woman Nuva, Scorpion-like Goddess of Selket, Kimnara (Siren), Apsara and Others in "Miss Ancient Perfection" Beauty Contest - Earth before the Flood: Disappeared Continents and Civilizations

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Snake-woman Nuva, Scorpion-like Goddess of Selket, Kimnara (Siren), Apsara and Others in "Miss Ancient Perfection" Beauty Contest

" Miss ancient perfection" competition
Apsara with two representatives of dwarf people
Miss ancient perfection. Apsara with two representatives of dwarf people
Cave temple in Ellora, India
One more representative of earth (reptile) annunaks (?)
Miss ancient perfection. Earth (reptile) annunak
Louvre (?), France
Goddess of Earth, snake-woman of Nuva patching the sky
Miss ancient perfection. Snake-woman Nuva patching the sky
A modern sculpture based on antique gravures. Guangdong, China
Skorpion-like goddess Selket in a human appearance
Miss ancient perfection. Skorpion-like goddess Selket in a human appearance
Statue (1300th BC). The Egyptian museum, Cairo
Sphinx (Kimpurusha)
Miss ancient perfection. Sphinx (kimpurusha)
Antique sculpture (about 530 BC). The Metropolitan museum, New York
Kinnara (Siren)
Miss ancient perfection. Kinnara (siren)
Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand
Apsara
Miss ancient perfection. Apsara
Bayon temple (?), Angkor, Cambodia
Skorpion-like goddess Selket in a human appearance from other viewpoint
Miss ancient perfection. Skorpion-like goddess Selket in a human appearance
Statue (1300th BC)/ The Egyptian museum, Cairo
Goddess Neith (most likely, Apsara)
Miss ancient perfection. Goddess Neith
Old egiptian bronzed statuette (664-525 BC). Louvre, Paris
 
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