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Ayy great lyrics, but chaldeans actually derive off Assyrian culture. The chaldeans split off into a different church.
‘Chaldean’ is not the general term for the mythologies of Mesopotamian society. Chaldea was a land south of Babylon whose inhabitants came to rule Babylon shortly in the 6th century BC, only a blip in the broader timeline of Ancient Mesopotamian history. Modern Chaldeans are ethnic Assyrians (or ‘Syriacs’) who practice Christianity under the Chaldean Catholic Church. In short, your history is incorrect.
Chaldean mythology, generalized term used to refer to all the mythologies of ancient Sumer, Akkad, Assyria and Babylon (Mesopotamian religions)