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 Ptolemaic bronze
Harpocrates as the child
 Horus (Gulbenkian
Foundation, Lisbon)
The second vowel certainly stands out as the one that alters the Avatar, but is this just the planchette within the vowels made? It seems the story around the vowel U is vested mostly in Hinduism possibly coming out of the wāw- creation. As for the vowel I, this seems much more Egyptian that seemingly is vested in the mythological and imperial Grecian Roman Io and Isis with the god of silence known as Harpokrates. In the depiction of Io and Isis one likely sees Osiris holding up Io who has green or colored skin.
"He was derived by the Greeks from the Egyptian god Harpa-Khruti (Horus the Child) who was portrayed as a small boy with a finger held to his lips--an Egyptian gesture, symbolising childhood, which the Greeks mistook for a hush of silence." [...]

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"In late Greek mythology as developed in Ptolemaic Alexandria, Harpocrates is the god of silence. Harpocrates was adapted by the Greeks from the Egyptian child god Horus. To the ancient Egyptians, Horus represented the new-born Sun, rising each day at dawn. When the Greeks conquered Egypt under Alexander the Great, they transformed the Egyptian Horus into their Hellenistic god known as Harpocrates, a rendering from Egyptian Har-pa-khered or Heru-pa-khered (meaning "Horus the Child")." [...]

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What is Egyptian obviously changes and this is part of the story of this stem agent associated with another agent es- where the third person singular present indicative of be is made up as the verb "is," which includes the first person singular presence am, and Bodhisattva2, and Satyagraha1, including the word "parousia." The pronoun "I," is included with ego in agent eg-.I mentioned the Serapis in Letters T-S-R, seemingly a place for a material shrine (Pan, sleeping) that is associated with both the seraph and in the way identity is made for the agent i-, as with the first to third person formula and revealing the three principles at work similar to Trimurti. So that which became Artemis may have been changed by Osiris, that is to say, the second vowel "E," becomes the marker for the feminine deity (Earth), and this is why the agent de- carries the notion of Buddha, and increasing the difficulty in understanding prefixes that contain split meanings and so on. The investment in meanings associating "away from," "without," and now "beyond," all seem similar. If I were to suggest that a comparison be made to what was learned in the Letters M-L-K, this may associate consciousness that exists from the Avatar as Vishnu.

Canopus is the second brightest star in the sky, approximately 650 light years from planet Earth, in the constellation Carina. As we journey through the desert of etymology, the canopy approaches.

Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996) Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [I, 1 of 14; et: stem]

Analecta: Fire - Orient

1. 14-beyond-ibidem-id-idem-item-identity-if-ilk-iterate-yea-yes1-yet-yon-yond-et-i- Pronominal stem (yes2 - es-) [Pokorny 3. e- 281, Canopic]

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 Gaea rising from the earth, Athenian
red-figurekylix C5th B.C.,
Antikenmuseen, Berlin
Letter G: Gaia  Just as the Earth has a core, human have evolved with a heart. Our association with the solar system we live in is really more prominent than we might want to admit or to perceive. When reading of Greek mythological Gaia or Gaea, the goddess of the earth, a sense of the Pan relationship is seemingly evident but this seems more associated with Hinduism and Trimurti as it turns out (see agent 42 through 44 ending with Woman). In mythology, Gaea bore and married Uranus and became the mother of the Titans and the Cyclops.
"GAIA (or Gaea) was the Protogenos (primeval divinity) of earth, one of the primal elements who first emerged at the dawn of creation, along with air, sea and sky. She was the great mother of all : the heavenly gods were descended from her union with Ouranos (the sky), the sea-gods from her union with Pontos (the sea), the Gigantes from her mating with Tartaros (the hell-pit) and mortal creatures were sprung or born from her earthy flesh.

In myth Gaia appears as the prime opponent of the heavenly gods. First she rebelled against her husband Ouranos (Sky) who had imprisoned her sons in her womb. Then later, when her son Kronos defied her by imprisoning these same sons, she assisted Zeus in his overthrow of the Titan. Finally she came into conflict with Zeus, angered with him for the binding of her Titan-sons in the pit of Tartaros. In her opposition she first produced the tribe of Gigantes and later the monster Typhoeus to dethrone him, but both failed in both attempts.

In the ancient Greek cosmology earth was conceived as a flat disk encirced by the river Okeanos, and topped above by the solid dome of heaven and below by the great pit of Tartaros. She herself supported the sea and moutains upon her breast.

Gaia was depicted as a buxom, matronly woman, half risen from the earth (as in the image at right) in Greek vase painting. She was portrayed as inseperable from her native element. In mosaic art, Gaia appears as a full-figured, reclining woman, often clothed in green, and sometimes accompanied by grain spirits--the Karpoi." [...]

"GAEA or GE (Gaia or Gê), the personification of the earth. She appears in the character of a divine being as early as the Homeric poems, for we read in the Iliad (iii. 104) that black sheep were sacrificed to her, and that she was invoked by persons taking oaths. (iii. 278, xv. 36, xix. 259, Od. v. 124.) She is further called, in the Homeric poems, the mother of Erechtheus and Tithyus. (Il. ii. 548, Od. vii. 324, xi. 576; comp. Apollon. Rhod. i. 762, iii. 716. According to the Theogony of Hesiod (117, 12,5, &c.), she was the first being that sprang front Chaos, sand gave birth to Uranus and Pontus. By Uranus she then became the mother of a series of beings, -- Oceanus, Coeus, Creius, Hyperion, Iapetus, Theia, Rheia, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Thetys, Cronos, the Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes, Arges, Cottus, Briareus, and Gyges. These children of Ge and Uranus were hated by their father, and Ge therefore concealed. them in the bosom of the earth; but she made a large iron sickle, gave it to her sons, and requested them to take vengeance upon their father. Cronos undertook the task, and mutilated Uranus. The drops of blood which fell from him upon the earth (Ge), became the seeds of the Erinnyes, the Gigantes, and the Melian nymphs." [...]

"Ovid, Fasti5. 9 ff (trans.Boyle) (Roman poetry C1st B.C. to C1st A.D.) :
"After Chaos, when the world acquired three elements and the whole structure shifted to new forms, earth subsided with its weight and dragged the seas [Pontos] down, but lightness lifted the heavens [Ouranos] up high. The sun, too, jumped out, not chained by gravity, and the stars, and you horses of the moon. Terra [Ge the Earth] for a long time did not yield to Caelus [Ouranos the Heaven]. Nor Stars to Phoebus [Helios the Sun]. All rank was equal." [...]

As reading further into the mythology of Gaia, a sense of the creation process is revealed similar to biblical stories inclusive of a third principle and various stigmatisms associating spheres. This theme is carried forward in the 54 agents making up the 712 recorded programs.

Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996) Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [G, 54 of 717; et: stem]

*Analecta: Sol - Auriga (Galaxy)

1. 5-call-clatter-gallinaceous-glagolitic-glasnost-et-gal- To call, shout [Pokorny 2. gal- 350, civil law]

*Analecta: Galactic center

2. 6-enjoy-ganoid-gaud-gaudy-joy-rejoice-et-gāu- To rejoice; also to have religious fear or awe [Pokorny gāu- 353, clause]

*Analecta: Polaris - Rubric (Galactic plane)

3. 13-chill-cold-congeal-cool-gelatin-gelation-gelid-glacial-glaciate-glacier-glacis-jelly-keel-et-gel- Cold, to freeze [Pokorny 3. gel-(ə)- 365, cock-on-the-rock]

*Analecta: Law of Three (Awareness of the machine)

4. 10-cam-chime-comb-gem-gemma-gemmate-gemmule-gomphosis-oakum-unkempt-et-gembh- Tooth, nail [Pokorny ĝembh- 369, coincidence]

5. 4-gamete-gamo-gamous-gamy-et-gemə- To marry [Pokorny ĝem(e)- 369, coherent]

Reference: The Real Reason for Brains

Analecta: Frame point - Stigmata

6. 66-archegonium-allogeneic-agnate-benigh-cognate-congener-congenital-connate-degenerate-enate-engine-epigone-epigene-gendarme-gene-genealogy-general-generate-generic-generous-genesis-genial1-genitive-genitor-genius-genotype-genre-gens-gent-gentle-genus-germ-german-germinal-germinate-gonad-gono-gony-heterogenous-ingenious-indegen-innate-kin-kind-kindred1-kindergarten2-king-kriss kringle-malign-miscegenation2-natal-nascent-naive-nation-native-nature-nee-neonate-Noël-pregnant1-primogenitor-primogenture2-progenitor-puisne2-renaissance-syngeneic-et-genə- Also gen-, To give birth, beget; with derivatives referring to aspects and results of procreation and to familial and tribal groups (genial2 - genu-) ( kindred2-ar-) (kindergarten1-gher-1-) (miscegenation1- meik- )  (pregnant- per-4-) (primogenture1 - per-1-) (puisne1 - apo-) [Pokorny 1. ĝen- 373, collie]

7. 12-amblygonite2-diagonal-geniculate-genuflect-gon-goniometer-gonion-knee-kneel-orthogonal-polygonum-pycnogonid-et-genu-1- Knee; also angle (amblygonite1 - mel-1) [Pokorny 1.ĝenu- 380, comme il faut]

8. 7-chaetognath-chin-genial2-gnathal-gnathic-gnathous-hanuman-et-genu-2- Jawbone, chin (genial1 - genə-) [Pokorny 2. ĝenu- 381, common]

Analecta: Merchant - shell

9. 11-aggregate-agora-agoraphobia-allegory2-category-congregate-cram-egregious-gregarious-panegyric-segregate2-et-ger- To gather (allegory1 - al-1) (segregate1 - s(w)e-) [Pokorny 1. ger- 382, commotion]

Analecta: Muse - Gravity

10. 21-agrapha-anagram-carve-crab-crawl-crayfish-diagram-graffito-gram1-grammar-graph-grapher-graphic-graphite-graphy-kerf-paragraph parallelogram-program-pseudepigrapha-tetragrammation-et-gerbh- To scratch (gram2 - grə -no-) [Pokorny gerebh- 392, concourse]

11. 3-ageratum-geriatrics-geronto-et-gerə-1- To grow old [Pokorny ger- 390, conceal]

12. 12-crack-cracknel-crake-cranberry-crane-croon-crow-cur-geranium-grackle-grus-pedigree-et-gerə-2- To cry hoarsely; also the name of the crane  [Pokorny 2. ger- 383, commute]

Analecta: The question - Close encounter

13. 6-choice-choose-degust-disgust-gusto-ragout-et-geus- To taste, choose [Pokorny ĝeus- 399, conjure]

14. 19-able-binnacle-debenture-debt-devoir-due-exhibit-forgive-gavel-gift-give-habile-habit-habitable-inhabit-inhibit-malady2-prebend-prohibit-et-ghabh- Also ghebh-. To give or receive (malady1 - mel-3) [Pokorny ghabh- 407, context] Compare kap-. Additions: habitant; habitat; cohabit; provender; debit; duty; endeavor

15. 9-anserine-chenopod-gander-gannet-goose-gonzo-gosling-gunsel-merganser-et-ghans- Goose [Pokorny ĝhans- 412, convert]

Analecta: Love - Psalms

16. 17-ago-anchorite-chore-choripetalous-chorography-forego-forgo-go-gait-gate-gauntlet-heir-hereditament-heredity-hinayana1-inherit-runagate-et-ghē- To release, let go (in the middle voice) to be released, go hinayana2 - ei-) [Pokorny 1. ĝhē- 418, Corinth Canal]

17. 7-cephalic-cephalo-cephalous-encephalo-enkephalin2-gable-hydrocephalus-et-ghebh-el- Head (enkephalin1 - en-) [Pokorny ghebh-el- 423, corrupt]

18. 3-gather-good-together-et-ghedh- To unite, join, fit [Pokorny ghedh- 423, cortex]

19. 4-chimera-hibernaculum-hibernate-hiemal-et-ghei- Theoretical base of *ghyem-, *ghiem-, winter [Pokorny 2.ĝhei- 425, costmary]

*Analecta: Penthouse - (Terra incognito - Celebrity)

Note: The next five roots also reveal the five centers of man: social or sexual, spiritual, physical, intellectual, and emotional as presented and their tendencies.

20. 5-celandine-cichlid-nightingale-yell-yelp-et-ghel-1- To call [Pokorny ghel- 428, counterpose]

21. 46-acholia-arsenic-chloasma-chlorite-chloro-chole-choler-felon-gall-gild-glad-glance-glare-glass-glaze-gleam-glede-glee-gleed-gleg-glib-glide-glimmer-glimpse-glint-glissade-glisten-glister-glitch-glitter-glit-gloaming-gloat-glogg-gloss-glow-glower-gold-gowan-griseofulvin-guilder-hare krishna-melancholy-podzol1-yellow-zloty-et-ghel-2- To shine; with derivatives referring to colors, bright materials (probably "yellow metal"), and bile or gal (podzol2 - ped-) [Pokorny 1. ĝhel- 429, coup]

22. 21-apprehend-beget-comprehend-depredate-emprise-enterprise-forget-get-guess-misprision-osprey2-predatory-pregnable-prehensile-prehension-prey-prison-prize-reprehend-spree-surprise-et-ghend- Also ghed-, To seize, take (osprey1 - awi-) [Pokorny ghend- 437, crash]

23.19-choragus1-choric-chorus-cohort-cortege-court-courtesan-kindergarten1-garden-garth-gird-girdle-girth-hora-horticulture-orchard-ortolan-terpsichore-yard-et-gher-1- To grasp, enclose; with derivatives meaning "enclosure" (choragus2 - ag-) (kindergarten2 - genə-) [Pokorny 4. ĝher- 442, ĝherdh- 444, crinum, croft]

24. 10-catachresis-charisma-chervil1-chresard-chrestomathy1-eucharist-exhort-greedy-hortative-yearn-et-gher-2- To like, want (chervil2- bhel-3) (chrestomathy2 - mendh-) [Pokorny 1. ĝher- 440, Creole]

Analecta: War - Diablo

25. 7-chorion-cord-harpsichord-haruspex-hernia-tetrachord-yarn-et-gherə- Gut, entrail [Pokorny 5. ĝher- 443, critical point]

Analecta: Sleeper

26. 14-chiliad-kilo-mil-mile-milfoil1-millenary-millesimal-milli-milliary-millime-million-millennium1-millipore-millipede1-et-gheslo- Seen by some as a base for words meaning "thousand" (obscure origin) (milfoil1 - bhel-3) (millennium2 - at-) (millipede2 - ped-) [Pokorny ĝhéslo- 446, crosstree]

Analecta: Reborn - Cathedra

27. 3-chiro-enchiridion-surgery1-et-ghesor- Hand (surgery2 - werg-) [Pokorny 1. ĝhesor- 447, crown]

Analecta: Living dead - Seed

28. 27-affusion-choanocyte-chyle-chyme-circumfuse-confound-diffuse-ecchymosis-effuse-foison-fondant-found-fuse-fusile-fusion-futile-geyser-gush-gust-gut-infuse-parenchyma2-perfuse-profuse-refund-suffuse-transfuse-et-gheu- To pour, pour a libation (parenchyma1 - en-) [Pokornyĝheu- 447, crow] Attachments: fondue; font2; funnel; confuse; refuse1; refuse2

29. 3-giddy-god-götterdämmerung-et-gheu(ə)- To call, invoke [Pokorny ĝhau- 413, convoke]

Analecta: The Perfect Storm

30. 9-euxenite-guest-hospice-hospitable-hospital-host-hostile-pyroxene-xeno-et-ghos-ti- Stranger, guest, host; properly "someone with whom one has reciprocal duties of hospitality." [Pokorny ghosti-s 453, cue] Additions: hospitality, hostage, hostel, hostler

Analecta: Abyss - Cult

31. 4-grass-graze-green-grow-et-ghrē- To grow, become green [Pokorny ghrē- 454, cult]

32. 3-grab-grasp-satyagraha2-et-ghrebh-1- To seize, reach (satyagraha1 - es-) [Pokorny 1 ghrebh- 455, cumulus]

33. 7-graben-grave1-gravlax1-gravure-groove-grub-et-ghrebh-2- To dig, bury, scratch (grave2 - gwerə-) (gravlax2 - laks-)  [Pokorny 2. ghrebh- 455, cuneiform]

34. 16-aggress-centigrade-congress-degrade-degree-degression-digress-egress-gressorial-ingress-pinnigrade-plantigrade2-progress-retrograde-retrogress-transgress-et-ghredh- To walk, go (plantigrade1 - plat-) [Pokorny ghredh- 456, cur]

Analecta: Goat

35. 5-chrism-christ-cream-grime-grisly-et-ghrēi- To rub [Pokorny ghrēi- 457, curiosity]

Analecta: The dream of the dolphin

36. 8-chrondro-frenulum-frenum-grind-grist-hypochondria-mitochondrion-refrain-et-ghrendh- To grind [Pokorny ghren- 459, curule]

Analecta: The mirror - Kaleidoscope

37. 7-chalicothere-dinothere-feral-ferocious-fierce-theropod-treacle-et-ghwer- Wild beast [Pokorny ĝhuĕr- 493, deleterious]

38. 11-anaglyph-cleave-cleft-clever-clevis-clove-glume-glyph-glyptic-hieroglyphic2-kloof-et-gleubh- To tear apart, cleave (hieroglyphic1 - eis-) [Pokorny gleubh- 401, conservative]

Analecta: Intellectual center

39. 34-abnormal-agnosia-annotate-can-cognition-con-connote-cunning-diagnosis-enormous-gnome-gnomon-gnosis-ignorant-ignore-ken-kenning-kith and kin-know-narrate-norm-norma-normal-note-notice-notify-notion-notorious-pathognomonic-physiognomy-prognosis-prothonotary-recognize-uncouth-et-gnō- To know [Pokorny 2. ĝen- 376, Coma Berenices]

Analecta: Emotional center - Painted bunting

40. 12-corn-einkorn2-filigree2-grain-gram2-granadilla-granary-grange-granite-granule-kernal-pomegranate-et-grə-no- Grain (einkorn1 - oi-no-) (filigree1 - gwhī-) (gram1 - gerbh-) [In Pokorny ĝer- 390, conceal]

Analecta: Carnal knowledge - Adaptor - TOE

41. 36-abasia-acrobat-adiabatic-advent-amphisbaena-anabaena-base-basis-batophobia-become-bema-circumvent-come-contravene-convene-diabetes-event-hyperbation-intervene-invent-juggernaut-katabatic-parvenu2-prevenient-prevent-provenance-revenant-revenue-souvenir-stereobate-stylobate2-subvention-supervene-venire-venue-welcome-et-gwa- Contracted from *gw-. Also gwem- To go, come (parvenu1 - per-1) (stylobate1 - stā-) [Pokorny gwā- 463, cutaneous] Additions: adventitious; adventure; avenue; convenient; convent; conventicle; convention; coven; covenant; misadventure; provenience; diabase

Analecta: Conviction of the heart - Electric light

42. 38-aerobe-amphibian-anabiosis-azo-azoth-bio-biota-biotic-cenobite2-convivial-dendrobium-hygiene-microbe-quick-quicksilver-quitch grass-quiver-revive-rhizobium-saprobe-survive-symbiosis-usquebaugh2-viable-viand-victual-vital-vitamin-viva-vivacious-vivid-vivify-viviparous-zoic-zoo-zoon-et-gwei- To live (cenobite1 - kom) (usquebaugh1 - wed-1-) [Pokorny 3. guei- 467, Cytherea] Vishnu (protector and preserver) (above; upo- Under, up from under, over)


43. 21-abulia-amphibole-astrobleme-ball1-balista-bayadere-bolide-bolometer-belonephobia-boule-devil-emblem-kill-hyperbole-metabolism-palaver-parable-problem-quail-quell-symbol-et-gwelə- Also gwel-, To throw, reach, with further meaning to pierce (ball2 - bhel-2-) [Pokorny 2. guel- 471, 1. guel- 470, dame's rocket] Shiva (destroyer and restorer of worlds) (summit; uper- Over)

44. 10-banshee-gyne-gynecocracy-gyno-gynoecium-gynous-gyny-quean-queen-zenana-et-gwen- Woman [Pokorny guend 473, Daphne] Brahman (also atman; pervading force) ( about; ud- Also ūd-, Up, out)

*Analecta: Pandora's box

45. 25-aggravate-bar-barite-baritone-baro-barycenter-baryon-barysphere-baryta-blitzkreig2-brigade-brio-brut-brute-centrobaric-charivari2-grave2-gravid-gravity-grieve-guru-isalobar-isobar-quern-sitzkreig2-et-gwerə1- Heavy (blitzkreig1 - bhel-1) (charivari1 - ker-1) (grave1- ghrebh-2-) (sitzkreig1 - sed-)  [Pokorny 2. guer- 476, Davy Jones locker] Additions: barium, grief, aggrieve, brigantine, brigand, brig

*What's inside the box

46. 13-agree-bard-congratulate-disgrace-grace-grateful-gratify-gratis-gratitude-gratutious-ingrate-ingratiate-maugre-et-gwerə2- To favor [Pokorny 4. guer(ə)- 478, dead eye] Additions: gratuity

Analecta: Poltergeist - Massacre

47. 3-bequeath-bequest-quoth-et-gwet- to say, speak [Pokorny 2. guet- 480, death mask]

48. 4-bead-bid1-infest-manifest-et-gwhedh- to ask, to pray (bid2 - bheudh-) [Pokorny guhedh- 488. 2. bhedh- 114, defend, astral body]

Analecta: Animal spirit - Narcissism

49. 6-autobahn-bezoar2-defend-gonfalon-gun-offend-et-gwhen- To strike, kill (bezoar1 - pā-) [Pokorny 2. guhen-(ə)- 491. bhen- 126, defy, automatism]

50. 18-brand-brandade-brandish-brandy-brimstone-brindeld-burn-forceps-forcipate-fornax-fornicate-fornix-furnace-hornito-hypothermia-therm-thermo-thermy-et-gwher- To heat, warm [Pokorny guher- 493. bhereu- 143, delegate, band]

Analecta: Short-wave end

51. 13-enfilade-filament-filar-filaria-filiform-filigree2-file1-fillet-filoplume-filose-filum-purple-profile-et-gwhī- Thread, tendon (filigree1 - grə-no-) (file2 - peig-) (file3 - pû-) [Pokorny guheiə- 489, define]

52. 1-breath-et-gwhrē- To smell, breath

Analecta: Star - Visible light

53. 7-frenetic-holophrastic-metaphrase-paraphrase-periphrasis-phrenia-phreno-et-gwhren- To think [Pokorny guhren- 496, Demeter]

54. 14-beef-bootes-boustrophedon1-bovine-bucolic2-bugle-bugloss-bulima-buprestid-butter1-cow-cowslip1-gaur-gayal-hecatomb2-et-gwou- Ox, bull, cow (boustrophedon2 - streb(h)-) (bucolic1 - kwel-1-) (butter2 - teuə-) (cowslip2 - sleubh-) (hecatomb1 - dekm-) [Pokorny guou- 482, deceive]

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 Orestes pursued by the Furies (detail of Erinys),
 by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)
 Letter E: Eumenides
"THE ERINYES were three netherworld goddesses who avenged crimes against the natural order. They were particularly concerned with homicide, unfilial conduct, crimes against the gods, and perjury. A victim seeking justice could call down the curse of the Erinys upon the criminal. The most powerful of these was the curse of the parent upon the child--for the Erinyes were born of just such a crime, being sprung from the blood of Ouranos, when he was castrated by his son Kronos.

The wrath of the Erinyes manifested itself in a number of ways. The most severe of these was the tormenting madness inflicted upon a patricide or matricide. Murderers might suffer illness or disease; and a nation harbouring such a criminal, could suffer dearth, and with it hunger and disease. The wrath of the Erinyes could only be placated with the rite ritual purification and the completion of some task assigned for atonement.

The goddesses were also servants of Haides and Persephone in the underworld where they oversaw the torture of criminals consigned to the Dungeons of the Damned." [...}

"EUME′NIDES (Eumenides), also called ERINNYES, and by the Romans FURIAE or DIRAE, were originally nothing but a personification of curses pronounced upon a guilty criminal. The name Erinnys, which is the more ancient one, was derived by the Greeks from the erinô or ereunaô, I hunt up or persecute, or from the Arcadian word erinuô, I am angry; so that the Erinnyes were either the angry goddesses, or the goddesses who hunt up or search after the criminal. (Aeschyl. Eum. 499; Pind. Ol. ii. 45; Cic. de Nat. Deor. iii. 18.) The name Eumenides, which signifies "the well-meaning," or "soothed goddesses," is a mere euphemism, because people dreaded to call these fearful goddesses by their real name, and it was said to have been first given them after the acquittal of Orestes by the court of the Areiopagus, when tile anger of the Erinnyes had become soothed. (Soph. Oed. Col. 128; Schol. ad Oed. Col. 42; Suid. s. v. Eumenides.)" [...]

"With later writers, though not always, the number of Eumenides is limited to three, and their names are Tisiphone, Alecto, and Megaera. (Orph. Hymn. 68; Tzetz. ad Lycoph. 406; Virg. Aen. xii. 845.) At Athens there were statues of only two. (Schol. ad Oed. Col. 42.) The sacrifices which were offered to them consisted of black sheep and nephalia, i. e. a drink of honey mixed with water. (Schol. l. c.; Paus. ii. 11. § 4; Aeschyl. Eum. 107.) Among the things sacred to them we hear of white turtledoves, and the narcissus. (Aelian, H. A. x. 33; Eustath. ad Hom. p. 87.)" [...]


"The notion which is the foundation of the belief in the Eumenides seems to be, that a parent's curse takes from him upon whom it is pronounced all peace of mind, destroys the happiness of his family. and prevents his being blessed with children. (Herod. iv. 149; Aeschyl. Eum. 835.) As the Eumenides not only punished crimes after death, but during life on earth, they were conceived also as goddesses of fate, who, together with Zeus and the Moerae or Parcae, led such men as were doomed to suffer into misery and misfortunes. (Hom. Il. xix. 87, Od. xv. 234.) In the same capacity they also prevented man from obtaining too much knowledge of the future. (Il. xix. 418.)" [...]


"Aeschylus, Agamemnon 638 ff (trans. Weir Smyth) (Greek tragedy C5th B.C.) :
"When a messenger with gloomy countenance reports to a people dire disaster of its army's routone common wound inflicted on the State, while from many a home many a victim is devoted to death . . . when, I say, he is packed with woes like this, he should sing the triumph-song of the Erinyes (Avenging Spirits)." [...]

"Pausanias, Description of Greece 7. 25. 5 (trans. Jones) (Greek travelogue C2nd A.D.) :
"In Keryneia [in Akhaia] is a sanctuary of the Eumenides (Kindly Ones) [the Erinyes] ... Whosoever enters with the desire to see the sights, if he be guilty of bloodshed, defilement or impiety, is said at once to become insane with fright." [...]

What I'm going to say may sound a little strange. In science, we have three main food groups so to speak, protein, fat, and carbohydrates. This is the story about the last one and what comes with it in the fire. In a natural environment, we find a herbal world of wonders, but also one that is quite capable through manipulation of science which brings out the Furies who may send messages that the array is faulty, and their vengeance is superior. One may also infer what consumption of this capability offers for the well-being of human kind. As you begin to purvey the 20 agents and 242 programs in this group of E, the first five agents may set forth a seed that is planted, and agent 6 seemingly begins the journey in describing the hide that is worn by Herakles.

Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996) Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [E, 21 of 222; et: stem]

 *Analecta: Cognitive Infiltration

1. 17-anodyne-comedo-comestible-eat-edacious-edible-escarole-esculent-esurient-etch-fret-obese-ort2-pleurodynia-prandial-samoyed-et-ed- To eat; originally meaning "to bite" [Pokorny ed- 287, carbohydrate] (ort1 - ud-)

Analecta: The Shinning - Sense

2. 2-ego-I-et-eg. I. Nominative form of the personal pronoun of the first person singular. For oblique forms see me-1. [Pokorny eĝ- 291, carnal]

3.15-ecto-eisteddfod4-electury1-eschatology-ex-exo-exoteric-exotic-exterior-external-extra-extreme-samizdat2-strange-synecdoche1-et-eghs. Out (eisteddfod1 - sed-) (eisteddfod2 - bheuə-)  (eisteddfod3 - de-) (electury2 -leigh-)  (samizdat1 - sem-1-) (samizdat3 - dō-) (synecdoche2 - dek-) [Pokorny eĝhs 292, carnal knowledge]

Reference: Eisteddfod3 and eisteddfod4 are listed in the Appendix under these agents, however they are not addressed in the definition, only eisteddfod1 and eisteddfod2 are addressed.

4. 1-inebriate-et-ēghws- to drink, Latin ēbrius, drunk; (see s(w)e-) Latin compound sōbrius (, without)

Analecta: Hydrogen - The shadow

5. 35-adit-ambient-anion-cation-circuit-coitis-comitia-commence-concomitant-constable1-count2-county-dysprosium-errant-exit-eyre-hinayana2-initial-initiate-introit-ion-issue-itinerant-itenerary-janitor-january-janus-mahayana2-obituary-perish-praetor-preterit2-sedition1-sudden-transient2-et-ei- To go (constable2- sta-) (count1 - peu-) (hinayana1- ghē-) (mahayana1 - meg-) (preterit1- per-1-) (sedition1- s(w)e-) (transient1 - terə-2-) [Pokorny 1. ei- 293, carpus]

Analecta: The kiss - Acceleration

6. 5-fraught-freight-ought-owe-own-et-ēik- To be master of, possess [Pokorny ēik- 298, caste]

7. 13-estrus-hierarch-hierarchy-hieratic-hiero-hieroglyphic1-hierophant1-irascible-irate-ire-iron-gisarme-spiegeleisen-et-eis- In words denoting passion (hieroglyphic2- gleubh-) (hierophant2 - bhā-1-) [Pokorny 1.eis- 299, caster]

Analecta: Sea horse - Pollinator

8. 10-eohippus-equestrian-equine-equisetum-equitant-hippocampus-hippocrene-hypodrome-hippogriff-hippopotamus1-et-ekwo- Horse (hippopotamus2 - pet-) [Pokorny ekuo-s 301, catastasis]

9. 4-elbow-ell-olecranon1-ulna-et-el- Elbow, forearm (olecranon2 - ker-1) [Pokorny 8. el- 307, ceilidh]

10. 13-ademption-assume-consume-example-peremptory-preemption-premium-presume-prompt-redeem-resume-subsume-sumptuary-vintage-et-em- To take, distribute [Pokorny em- 310, centaur] Additions: exemplary; exemplify; exemplum; exempt; impromptu; ransom; redemption; sample; sumptuous

Analecta: Cosmos - Cerebellum

11. 38-ben-bilander1-dedans-dysentary-en-endo-enkephalin1-entero-enteron-ento-entrails-episode-esoteric-exenterate-in1-indigent-industry1-inn-inter2-interim-interior-internal-intestine-intima-intimate-intine-intra-intrinsic-intro-introduce1-introit1-intromit-introrse1-introspect1-intussusception1-mesentery-parenchyma1-parenthesis1-tsimmes2-et-en- In (bilander2 - lendh-) (enkephalin2 - ghebh-) (in2 - ne) (industry2 - sker-2) (inter1 - ters) (introduce2 - deuk-) (introit2 - ei-) (introrse2 - wer-2) (introspect2 - spek-) (intussusception2 - kap-) (parenchyma2 - gheu-) (parenthesis2 - dhē-) (tsimmes1 - de-) (tsimmes3 - bheid-) [Pokorny 1. en 311, center of mass]

Reference: The word "industry," was added in the Appendix to the agent above. It's history was originally (1475) associated with "structure," or "skill," and eventually led to habitual employment through the Industrial Revolution. Strangely, it is rooted in an agent that portrays a virus.

Analecta: Amygdala - Inflection

12. 5-epi-ob-oblast1-opisthobranch-opisthognathous-et-epi- Near, at, against (oblast2 - wal-) [Pokorny epi 322, chariot]

Analecta: Time and space

13. 7-abort-are-art2-earnest-hormone-orient-origin-et-er-1- To move, set in motion (art1 - ar-) [Pokorny 3. er- 326; ergh- 329, least flycatcher, chervil]

14.3-aardvark1-aardwolf1-earth-et-er-2- Earth, ground (aardvark2 - porko) (aardwolf2 - wlkwo-) [Pokorny 4. er- 332, child]

15. 7-bireme-remex-row-rudder-russian-trierarch-trireme-et-erə- To row [Pokorny 1. er- 332, child restraint]

Analecta: Magnetism - Proto

16. 7-aberration-err-erratic-erratum-erroneous-error-race-et-ers- To be in motion [Pokorny 2. ere-s- 336, choice]

Analecta: Garden - Innate

17. 20-absent-am-bodhisattva2-entity-essence-homoiousian-interest-is-ont-onto-ossia-parousia-present-proud-satyagraha1-sin-sooth-soothe-suttie-yes1-et-es- To be  (bodhisattva1 - bheudh-) (satyagraha2 - ghrebh-1-) (yes2 - i-) [Pokorny es- 340, chrestomathy] See extension (e)su-.

18. 1-eu-et-(e)su- Good [Pokorny esu-s 342, Circe]

Analecta: The serpent - Disposition

19. 3-endue-exuviae-reduviid-et-eu-1- To dress [Pokorny 2. eu- 346, cinquefoil] See extension wes-2-.

20. 14-evacuate-devastate-vacant-vacate-vacation-vacuum-vain-vanish-vanity-vaunt-void-wane-want-waste-et-eu-2- Lacking, empty. Extended forms *euə-, *wā-, *wə-. [Pokorny 1. eu- 345, cilium]

Analecta: Second sense

21. 2-exuberate-udder-et-euə-dh-r. udder Related to wē-r-. Additions: exuberant

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