Steve Nobel - The myth of Inanna outlines the loss and re-emergence of the goddess across the planet. She leaves through seven gates and at each gate she is asked to surrender a piece of clothing or jewelry. This journey into the underworld represents the gradual loss of Divine Feminine gifts and qualities to humanity. After a period of absence, She is allowed to return and She returns through seven gates and at each She reclaims her clothes and jewelry.
This transmission is a healing of the loss of the Divine Feminine across the planet. It also is an opening to Her return.