During archeological excavations in Babylon Mesopotamia in particular and including Egypt in general, numerous statues and images have been excavated. Scientists have not been able to ascribe any particular need for them, nor any religious importance. Some scientists have ascribed polytheism and idol worship as the reason for the presence of so many statues and images. My research shows completely different interpretation for their presence. They have great significance in Babylonian religion, Mescac, but it is neither idol worship nor it is polytheism. Most of these statues and images have great educational significance and some had decorative purposes. These are the communication links from the Sumerians, Accadians, Assyrians, Egyptians (Human Babylonian) ancestors to the later and present generations to pass religious education about Babylonian religion, Mescac.