© mythindex.com
 The Ravishment of Psyche (detail), by
William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905),
French Academic painter
The mathematical Pi is both transcendental and considered irrational, and these are described as what is stolen from the senses. What becomes of the Phoenician Pi is set forth in the 30th agent, yet described in the 31st agent. The placement of masculine senses are often arranged as predominating linguistic notions when this may be incorrect use of force seemingly held together by the prominence of taste and sight over touch and the extensive manipulation of the primary senses I've already mentioned in (See Letters T-S-R and Y-W-U). The five senses located in agents 24 through 28 are bound by the curious notion of fear as breath, but one already knows the best way to defeat fear is to breath so this is then associated with the canopy to hide the truth. Julius Pokorny goes nuts with his notations in the sense agents and makes the curious notation for the 30th agent to that of the senses that have been carefully arranged. He seems to hint that agent 26 is under attack or has been ponerized leaving people unable to express their true notions.

This leads us into 55 agents consisting of 878 programs for study in which I will associate the mythology of the Psyche:
"That is, "breath" or "the soul," occurs in the later times of antiquity, as a personification of the human soul, and Apuleius (Met. iv. 28, &c.) relates about her the following beautiful allegoric story. Psyche was the youngest of the three daughters of some king, and excited by her beauty the jealousy and envy of Venus (Aphrodite)." [...]

Source: [ Link ]
"PSYKHE (or Psyche) was the goddess of the soul, wife of Eros god of love.

She was once a mortal princess whose astounding beauty earned the ire of Aphrodite when men turned their worship from goddess to girl. Aphrodite commanded Eros make Psykhe fall in love with the most hideous of men, but the god himself fell in love with her and carried her away to his secret palace. However Eros hid his true identity, and commanded her never to look upon his face. Psykhe was eventually tricked by her jealous sisters into gazing upon the face of god, and he abandoned her. In her despair, she searched throughout the world for her lost love, and eventually came into the service of Aphrodite. The goddess commanded her perform a series of difficult labours which culminated in a journey to the Underworld. In the end Psykhe was reunited with Eros and the couple wed in a ceremony attended by the gods.

Psykhe was depicted in ancient mosaics as a butterfly winged goddess in the company of her husband Eros. Sometimes a pair of Pyskhai are portrayed, the second perhaps being their daughter Hedone (Pleasure)."

"Apuleius, The Golden Ass 4. 28 - 6. 24 (Roman novel C2nd A.D.) :
"In a certain city there lived a king and with three notably beautiful daughters. The two elder ones were very attractive, yet praise appropriate to humans was thought sufficient for their fame. But the beauty of the youngest girl [Psyche, Psykhe] was so special and distinguished that our poverty of human language could not describe or even adequately praise it. In consequence, many of her fellow-citizens and hordes of foreigners, on hearing the report of this matchless prodigy, gathered in ecstatic crowds. They were dumbstruck with admiration at her peerless beauty. They would press their hands to their lips with the forefinger resting on the upright thumb, and revere her with devoted worship as if she were none other than Venus [Aphrodite] herself. Rumour had already spread through the nearest cities and bordering territories that the goddess who was sprung from the dark-blue depths of the sea and was nurtured by the foam from the frothing waves was now bestowing the favour of her divinity among random gatherings of common folk; or at any rate, that the earth rather than the sea was newly impregnated by heavenly seed, and had sprouted forth a second Venus [Aphrodite] invested with the bloom of virginity." [...]

"Since divine honours were being diverted in this excessive way to the worship of a mortal girl, the anger of the true Venus [Aphrodite] was fiercely kindled. She could not control her irritation. She tossed her head, let out a deep growl, and spoke in soliloquy:

‘Here am I, the ancient mother of the universe, the founding creator of the elements, the Venus that tends the entire world, compelled to share the glory of my majesty with a mortal maiden, so that my name which has its niche in heaven is degraded by the foulness of the earth below!" [...]

"But the warnings of heaven were to be obeyed, and unhappy Psyche's presence was demanded for her appointed punishment. So amidst intense grief the ritual of that marriage with death was solemnized, and the entire populace escorted her living corpse as Psyche tearfully attended not her marriage but her funeral. But when her sad parents, prostrated by their monstrous misfortune, drew back from the performance of their monstrous task, their daughter herself admonished them with these words : ‘Why do you rack you sad old age with protracted weeping? Or why do you weary your life's breath, which is dearer to me than to yourselves, with repeated lamentations? Why do you disfigure those features, which I adore, with ineffectual tears? Why do you grieve my eyes by torturing your own? Why do you tear at your grey locks? Why do you beat those breasts so sacred to me? What fine rewards my peerless beauty will bring you! All too late you experience the mortal wounds inflicted by impious envy. That grief, those tears, that lamentations for me as one already lost should have been awakened when nations and communities brought me fame with divine honours, when with one voice they greeted me as the new Venus [Aphrodite]. Only now do I realize and see that my one undoing has been the title of Venus bestowed on me. Escort me and set me on the rock to which fate has consigned me. I hasten to behold this noble husband of mine. Why should I postpone or shrink from the arrival of the person born for the destruction of the whole world?’

"After this utterance the maiden fell silent, and with resolute step she now attached herself to the escorting procession of citizens. They made their way to the appointed rock set on a lofty mountain, and when they had installed the girl on its peak, they all abandoned her there. They left behind the marriage-torches which had lighted their way but were now doused with their tears, and with bent heads made their way homeward. The girl's unhappy parents, worn out by this signal calamity, enclosed themselves in the gloom of their shuttered house, and surrendered themselves to a life of perpetual darkness.

"But as Psyche wept in fear and trembling on that rocky eminence, Zephyrus' (the West Wind's) kindly breeze with its soft stirring wafted the hem of her dress this way and that, and made its folds billow out. He gradually drew her aloft, and with tranquil breath bore her slowly downward. She glided down in the bosom of the flower-decked turf in the valley below. In that soft and grassy arbour Psyche reclined gratefully on the couch of the dew-laden turf. The great upheaval oppressing her mind had subsided, and she enjoyed pleasant repose. After sleeping long enough to feel refreshed, she got up with carefree heart. Before her eyes was a grove planed with towering, spreading trees, and a rill glistening with glassy waters. At the centre of the grove and close to the gliding stream was a royal palace, the work not of human hands but of divine craftsmanship. You would know as soon as you entered that you were viewing the birth and attractive retreat of some god. The high ceiling, artistically panelled with citron-wood and ivory, was supported on golden columns. The entire walls were worked in silver in relief; beasts and wild cattle met the gaze of those who entered there. The one who shaped all this silver into animal-forms was certainly a genius, or rather he must have been a demigod or even a god. The floors too extended with different pictures formed by mosaics of precious stones; twice blessed indeed, and more than twice blessed are those whose feet walk on gems and jewels! The other areas of the dwelling too, in all its length and breadth, were incalculably costly. All the walls shimmered with their native gleam of solid gold, so that if the sun refused to shine, the house created its own daylight. The rooms, the colonnade, the very doors also shone brilliantly. The other riches likewise reflected the splendour of the mansion. You would be justified in thinking that this was a heavenly palace fashioned for mighty Jupiter [Zeus] when he was engaged in dealings with men." [...]

Source: [ Link ]
Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996)
Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [P, 55 of 868; et: stem]

Analecta: The Wave

21-appanage-antipasto-bezoar1-companion-feed-fodder-food-forage-foster-fur-pabulum-panada-panatela-pannier-pantry-pastille-pastor-pasture-pester-repast-satrap-et-pā- To protect, feed (bezoar2 - gwhen-) [Pokorny - 787, 1. pō(i)- 839, grammarian, Helen of Troy]


28-appease-areopagus-compact-fang-fay-impale-impinge-newfangled-pace2-pacific-pacify-pagan-page-pageant-pale1-palette-palisade-pawl-pay-peace-peasant-pectin-pegmatite-peel-propagate-pole2-travail-vang-et-pag- To fasten (pace1 - petə-) (pale2 - pel-1) (pole1 - kwel-2)  [Pokorny păk- 787, grand]


3. 3-pane-panel-vane-et-pan- Fabric [Pokorny pan- 788, grandilquence]

4. 4-diapason-pan3-pancratium-pancreas1-et-pant- All. Attested only in Tocharian and Greek (pan1 - petə-) (pan2 - per-2)  (pancreas2 - kreuə-) [Pokorny 1. keu-592, eldritch]

5. 3-papa-pappus-pope-et-papa- A child's word for father (linguistically coined) [Pokorny pap(p)a 789, graph2]


6. 6-avast-breakfast-fast-fasten-handfast-steadfast-et-past- Solid, firm [Pokorny 789, graph1]

21-catchpole-encyclopedia-few-filly-foal-orthopedics-paraffin-parvovirus-paucity-pauper-poco-poor-poltroon-pony-pool-poulard-poverty-puerile-puerperal-pullet-pusillanimous1-et-pau- Few, little (pusillanimous2 - anə-) [Pokorny pōu- 842, hemisphere]

Hercules - Babel - Will

53-antipodes-apodal-appoggiatura-apus-cypripedium-diapedesis-expedite-fetch-fetter-fetlock-foot-impair-impeach-impeccable-impede-lycopodium2-millipede2-monopodium-octopus2-pajama-parallelepiped-pawn-peccable-peccadillo-peccant-ped-pedal-pedate-pedestrian-pedi-pedicel-pedo1-peduncle-pejoration-pes-pessimism-pioneer-phalarope2-pie-platyapus-pod-podagra1-podiatry-podite-podium-podophyllin-podzol1-polyp-pug-sesquipedal-sympodium-teapoy-trivet-et-ped- Foot (octopus1 - oktō(u)-) (phalarope1 - bhel-1) (lycopodium1 -wlkwo-) (millipede1 -gheslo-) (pedo2 - pau-) (podagra2 - ag-) (podzol2 - ghel-2) [Pokorny 2. pĕd- 790, grapple] Additions: peon, tripedal, pew, pelecypod, polypod, paisa, pice

9. 6-compassion-fiend-passible-passion-passive-patient-et-pē(i)- To hurt [Pokorny pē(i)- 792, graywacke]

Secret knowledge

12-fat-irish-pierian spring-piña cloth-pine1-pineal-pinnace-piñon-pinot-pip-pituitary-propionic acid-et-peiə- To be fat, swell (pine2 - kwei-1-) [Pokorny pei(ə)- 793, Great Bear]

14-depict-file2-paint-picro-pictograph-pictor-picture-picturesque-pigment-pimento-pint-pinto-platy-poikilotherm-et-peig- To cut, mark (by incision) (file1 - gwhī-) (file3 - pŭ-) [Pokorny 1. peig- 794, greenhouse]


12. 8-fee-fellow-feud-impecunnios-pecorino-peculate-peculiar-pecuniary-et-peku- Wealth, movable property [In Pokorny 2. pek-797, grille]

23-apricot-biscuit2-concoct-cook-cuisine-culinary-decoct-drupe2-dyspepsia-eupeptic-kiln-kitchen-pepo-pepsin-peptic-peptize-peptone-precocious-pukka-pumpkin-quittor-ricotta-terra cotta-et-pekw- To cook, ripen (biscuit1 - dwo-) (drupe1 - deru-) [Pokorny peku- 798, groom]

Four horses - Mythic identity

11-appall-falcon-fallow dear-fauvism-pale2-pallid-pallor-palomino-pelargonium-pelops1-poliomyelitis-et-pel-1- Pale (pale1 - pag-) (pelops2 - okw-) [Pokorny 6. pel- 804, guilt] (Earth)

13-decuple2-faldstool-faltboat-fauteuil-fold-furbelow-multiple-octuple2-quadruple-quintuple2-septuple2-triple2-triploblastic-et-pel-2- To fold (decuple1 - dekm-) (octuple2- oktō(u)-) (quintuple1 - penkwe) (septuple2 - septm-) (triple1 - trei-)  [Pokorny 3. a. pel- 802, gryphon] Additions: -ploid (Air)

10-erysipelas2-fell-film-pelisse-pellagra1-pellicle-peltate-peltry-pillion-surplice-et-pel-3- Skin, hide (erysipelas1 - reudh-) (pellagra2 - ag-) [Pokorny 3. b pel- 803, gueridon] Additions: pelt (Fire)

17. 2-bibliopole-monopoly-et-pel-4- To sell [Pokorny 5. pel- 804, guest] (Water)

The Heart - Limit

18. 18-anvil-appeal-compel-compellation-dispel-expel-felt-filter-impel-interpolate-plesiosaur-pelt-polish-propel-poussette-pulsate-pulse-push-et-pel-5- To thrust, strike, drive [Pokorny 2. a. pel- 801, grow] (Water)

39-complete-compliment-deplete-expletive-fill-folk-full1-hoi pollio2-implement-nonplus-paludal-paludism-più-plebian-plebs-plebiscite1-plerocercoid-plenary-plenitude-plenty-plenum-plenipotentiary-pleo-pleonasm-pleiotaxy-pleiotropism-pliocene-pleistocene-plethora-plethysmograph-pluperfect-plural-plus-poori-replenish-replete-supply-terreplein2-volkslied-et-pelə-1- To fill; with derivatives referring to abundance and multitude. Variant *piē, contracted from *pleə- (full2 - bhel-2) (hoi pollio1 - so-) (plebiscite2 - skei-) (terreplein1 - ters) [Pokorny 1. pel- 798, grizzly bear] Additions: accomplish, comply, plebe (Earth)

20. 25-aplantic-explain-feldspar-field-flâneur-floor-llano-metaplasma-palm-piano-plain-plane-planrian-planet-planish-plano-planula-plasia-plasma-plast-plaster-plastic-polka-polyna-veldt-et-pelə-2- Flat; to spread [Pokorny pelə- 805, guise] See also extensions plāk-1 and plat-. (Air)

10-acropolis-cosmopolis-megalopolis-metropolis2-necropolis-police-policlinic-polis-politic-propolis-et-pelə-3- Citadel, fortified high place ( metropolis1- māter-) [Pokorny 1. pel- 798, gross] (Fire)

Mask - Window

31-cinquain-cinque-cinquecento1-femto-fifteen-fifth-fifty-fin-finger-fist-five-foist-keno-pachisi1-penstemon1-penta-pentad-pentecost-punch-quinate-quincunx-quindecennial1-quinquagenarian-quinquagesima-quint-quintain-quintessence-quintet-quintile-quintillion-quintuple-et-penkwe- Five (cinquecento1 - dekm-) (pachisi1 - wikmtī-) (penstemon2 - stā-) (quindecennial2 - at-) [Pokorny penke- 808, pnksti- 839, Guy Fawkes Day, Heliopolis] Additions: pentagon, pentameter, pentathlon

10-find-footpad-path-pons-pontifex-pontiff-pontine-pontoon-punt-sputnik2-et-pent- To tread, go (sputnik1 - ksun-) [Pokorny pent- 808, guy]

Five Senses - Hanging garden

85-afford-approach-appropriate-approximate-approve-arpent-before-deprive-far-first-for-fore-foremost-forth-former-fro-from-frump-furnish-further-hysteron proteron1-improbity-imprimus-improve-naprapathy-palfrey1-paradise1-paramount-paramour-parget1-parvenu1-per-peri-perissodactyl-perestroika1-prakrit-pram-pre-preterit1-premier-presbyopia-presbyter-primal-primapara-primary-primate-primavera1-prime-primeval1-primitive-primo-primogenitor1-primogeniture1-primordial1-primus-prince-principal-principle-prior-pristine-private-privilege1-privity-privvy-pro-probity-propinquity-propriorception-propriorceptor-pros-protein-proterozoic-protist-proto-proton-prove-prow-proximate-purchase-purdah2-reproach-turnverein2-veer-veneer-vorlage1-et-per-1- Base of prepositions and preverbs with the basic meaning of "forward," "through," and a wide range of extended senses such as "in front of," "before," "early," "first," "chief," "toward," "against," "near," "at," "around." (hysteron proteron2 - ud-) (palfrey2 - reidh) (paradise2 - dheigh-) (parget2 - yē-) (perestroka2 - ster-2-) (preterit2 - ei-) (primeval2 - aiw-) (primogenitor2, primogeniture2 - genə-) (primordial2 - ar-) (privilege2 - leg-) (purdah1 - dhē) (turnverein1 - oi-no-) (vorlage2 - legh-) [Pokorny 2. A. per 810, habit] Other possible related forms are grouped under per-2- through per-5-. (Touch)

42-comport-deport-diapir-emporium-export-fare-fere-fern-ferry-fieldfare-firth-fjord-ford-führer-gaberdine2-import-importune-opportune-pan2-peroneal-porch-pore-poromeric-port-portable-portage-portal-portamento-portative-portcullis-porter-portfolio1-portico-portière-portulaca-purport-rapport-report-support-transport-wayfarer-wayfaring-et-per-2- To lead, pass over. A verbal root belonging to the group per1. (gaberdine1 - wel-2) (pan1 - petə-) (pan3 - pant-) (portfolio2 - bhel-3) [Pokorny 2. B. per 816, halo2] Additions: important, sport, welfare (Sight)

26. 7-empiric-experience-experiment-expert-fear-pirate-peril-et-per-3To try, risk (< "to lead over," "press forward"). A verbal root belonging to the group per1- [Pokorny 2. E. per 818, hand] (Smell, breath)

12-appressed-compress-express-depress-impress-oppress-pregnant2-press-pressure-print-repress-suppress-et-per-4- To strike. A verbal root possibly belonging to the group of  per1- (pregnant1 - genə-) [Pokorny 3. per- 818, hammertoe] (Hearing)

28. 7-appraise-depreciate-interpret-pornography-praise-precious-price-et-per-5- To traffic in, sell (< "to hand over," "distribute"). A verbal root belonging to the group per1. Base of two distinct extended roots. [Pokorny 2. C. per 817, hame] (Taste)


29. 2-fart-partridge-et-perd- To fart [Pokorny perd- 819, handfast] See also pezd-.

Yang and Yin

20-apparatus-comprador-disparate-emperor-para2-parade-parasol1-parcae-pare-parent-parity-parous-parturient-parry-postpartum-prepare-rampart-repair-repertory-separate2-et-perə-1- To produce, procure. Possibly the same root as perə-2-. See also per-5-II, (reference to pornography) (para1 - per-1) (parasol2 - sāwel-) (separate1 - s(w)e-) [Pokorny 2. D. per 818, hammerlock] Additions: parlay, parure, apparel, imperative, imperial, parachute, sever, several

31. 16-bipartite-compare-compart-imparity-impart-nonpareil-pair-par-parcel-(pari-mutuel)-parse-part-peer-portion-proportion-repartee-et-perə-2- To grant, allot (reciprocally, to get in return). Possibly the same root as perə-1-. [Pokorny 2. per, Section C. 817, hame] Compare per-5-. Additions: parcener, parity1

Carrot - Merit

32. 4-cork-fir-quercetin-quercitron-et-perkwu- Oak [Pokorny perkuu-s 822,  harbinger]

Stick - Memory

33. 2-pencil-penis-et-pes- Penis; tail [Pokorny 3. pes- 824, Hare Krishna] Additions: penicillium

Larkspur - Dawn

39-acanthpterygian-appetite-apteryx-archaeopteryx-asymptote-coleopteran2-coleoptile2-compete-empennage-feather-hippopotamus2-impetus-mecopteran2-orthopteran-panache-pen-penna-pennate-pennon-peripteral-perpetual-petal2-petition-petulant-pin-pinna-pinnacle-pinnate-pinnule-plecopteran2-propitious-proptosis-pter-pteridology-pterygoid-repeat-stearoptene-symptom-talipot-et-pet- To rush, fly (coleopteran1 - kel-1) (coleoptile1 - kel-1) (hippopotamus1 - ekwo-) (mecopteran1 - māk-) (petal1 - petə-) (plecopteran1 - plek-) [Pokorny 2. pet- 826, hasenpfeffer]

10-expand-fathom-pace1-passim-pan1-paten-patent-patulous-petasos-repand-et-petə- To spread (pace2 - pag) (pan2 - per-2) (pan3 - pant-)  [Pokorny 1. pet 824, hardly] Additions: compass, pas, pass, paella, patina

12-amputate-anapest-compute-count1-depute-impute-pave-pavid-pit-putamen-putative-repute-et-peu- To cut, strike, stamp (count2 - ei-) [Pokorny 3. pēu- 827, hartebeest] Additions: account

37. 7-compurgation-depurate-expurgate-puritan-pour-pure-purge-et-peuə- To purify, cleanse [Pokorny 1. peu- 827, hatchment] Additions: spurge

38. 21-bung-compunction-expunge-impugn-oppugn-poignant-point-pointillism-poniard-pontil-pugilism-pugil stick-pugnacious-puncheon-punctuate-puncture-pungent-pygmy-repugn-spontoon-trapunto-et-peuk- Also peug-. To prick [Pokorny peuk- 828, haughty] Additions: pounce, pygmaean


39. 4-feist-fizzle-pedicular-petard-et-pezd- To fart [Pokorny pezd- 829, 2. peis- 796, hawse, grime]

40. 15-allopatric-eupatrid-expatriate-father-padre-pater-paternal-patriarch-patrician-patrimony-patriot-patron-père-perpetrate-sympatric-et-ter- Father [Pokorny pəté(r) 829, haven]

*Analecta: The Fire Within

41. 26-archipelago-cataplexy-complacent-flake-flaw-floe-fluke-leukoplakia-pelagic-placable-placate-placebo-placenta-placid-placoid-plagal-plagiary-plagio-planchet-plank-playa-plea-plead-pleasant-please-supple-et-plāk-1- Also plak. To be flat. Extension of pelə-2. [Pokorny 1. plā-k- 831, headboard]

42. 13-apoplexy-cataplexy-complain-fling-paraplegia-plegia-plague-plaint-plangent-plankton-plectrum-plegia-plexor-et-plāk-2- To strike [Pokorny 2. plāk- 832, headdress]

18-clan-flan-flat-flatter-flounder-piazza-place-plaice-plan-plane2-plant-plantain-plantar-plantigrade1-plate-platy2-supplant-transplant-et-plat- To spread. Also *plet- (plane1 - pelə-2) (plantigrade2 - ghredh-) (platy1 - peig-) [Pokorny plat- 833, hear] Additions: plane tree, plateau, plattitude, plaza

Ray of Creation

44. 23-amplexical-apply-complect-complicate-complice-deploy-display-employ-explicate-flax-implicate-multiplex-perplexed-plait-pleach-plecopteran1-plectognath-plexus-pliant-plica-plicate-plight-replicate-et-plek- To plait. Extension of pel-2. (plecopteran2 - pet-) [Pokorny plek- 834, hearth] Additions: complex

Bridegroom - All worlds

30-fléche-fledge-flee-fleet-fletcher-fley-flight-flit-float-flood-flotilla-flotsam-flow-flue-flugelhorn-fluster-flutter-fly-fowl-fugleman1-pleuston-pluto-plutocracy-plutography-pluvious-pneumo2-pneumonia-pneumonic-pulmonary-pyelitis-et-pleu- To flow (fugleman2 - man-1) (pneumo1 - pneu-) [Pokorny pleu- 835, pl(e)u-mon- 837, heaven, hedonic] Additions: plover, pluvial

Thyrsus - All suns

46. 14-apnea-dipnoan-dyspnea-eupnea-hyperpnea-hypopnea-pneuma-pneumatic-pneumato-polypnea-sneer-sneeze-snore-tachypnea-et-pneu- To breathe. Imitative root. [Pokorny pneu- 838, hegemony]

Mastiff - Sun

47. 13-beer-beverage-bib-bibulous-imbibe-pinocytosis-pirog-poison-potable-potation-potatory-potion-symposium-et-pō(i)- To drink [Pokorny 2. pō(i)- 839, Helios] Additions: imbrue

Function - All planets

48. 9-catapult-feel-palpable-palpate-palpebra-palpitate-psalm-psaltery-sprachgefühl-et-pōl- To touch, feel, shake [Pokorny 1. G. pel- 801, Grus]

Contrive - Earth

49. 7-aardvark2-farrow-porcelain-porcine-pork-porcupine-porpoise-et-porko- Young pig (aardvark1 - er-2) [Pokorny porko-s 841, helve]

Control - Moon

50. 8-omnipotent-padishah-podesta-possess1-power-possible-potent-prepotent-et-poti- Powerful, lord (possess2 - sed-) [Pokorny poti-s 842, hemistich]

Prayer rug - Mahayana

51. 7-deprecate-expostulate-imprecate-postulate-pray-prayer-precarious-et-prek- To ask, entreat [Pokorny 4. perk- 821, hanged]

52. 6-freeze-frost-pruinose-prurient-prurigo-pruritus-et-preus- To freeze, burn [Pokorny preus- 846, hero]

8-affray-afraid-free-freebooter-friend-frigg-friday-siegfried2-et-prī- to love (siegfried1 - segh-) [Pokorny prāi- 844, Hera]

54. 13-defile-empyema-file3-fulmar-fog-foul-fuzzy-putrescent-putrid-putrefy-purulent-pus-suppurate-et-pŭ- To rot, decay (file1 - gwhī-) (file2 - peig-) [Pokorny 2. - 848, heteronymous]

55. 7-empyreal-pyre-pyretic-pyrites-pyro-pyrosis-pyrrhotite-et-pūr- Fire [Pokorny peuōr 828, haughty]

© theoi.com
 Museo Gregoriano Etrusco Vaticano, Vatican City
Letter O: Oedipus The odyssey is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary, 3rd Edition as an intellectual or spiritual quest, from the Homeric epic recounting the wanderings of Odysseus after the fall of Troy. Then, there is Oedipus which is also Greek mythology, a son of Laius and Jocasta, who was abandoned at birth and unwittingly killed his father and then married his mother. These two are obviously associated, so what is their secret, and can we explain the riddle of the Sphinx carried over from (Letters T-S-R)? First, we cannot omit the mythological Odin which is part of an agent that describes the middle of the week, or Wednesday. Odin was the Norse god of wisdom, war, art, culture, and the dead and the supreme deity and creator of the cosmos and human beings, also referred to as Woden with an emphasis on the wind. For those astute in eastern philosophy, and the Law of Three, one may assume that peculiarities in the way they may or must be addressed is associated with the properties of the Holy Ghost, the guest, host, and stranger parameters. The student may also assume that the five centers of man would be used to navigate not just the senses, but the principles that resulted from their constructions. (See also Hedone)
"The son of Laius and Iocaste of Thebes. The tragic fate of this hero is more celebrated than that of any other legendary personage, on account of the frequent use which the tragic poets have made of it. In their hands it also underwent various changesand embellishments ; but the common story is as follows. Laius, a son of Labdacus, was king of Thebes, and husband of Iocaste, a daughter of Menoeceus (or Creon, Diod. iv. 64), and sister of Creon. As Laius had no issue, he consulted the oracle, which informed him that if a son should be born to him he would lose his life by the hand of his own child. When, therefore, at length Iocaste gave birth to a son, they pierced his feet, bound them together, and then exposed the child on Mount Cithaeron. There he was found by a shepherd of king Polybus of Corinth, and he was called from his swollen feet Oedipus. When he was brought to the palace, the king and his wife Merope (or Periboea, Apollod. iii. 5. § 7) brought him up as their own child. Once, however, Oedipus was taunted by a Corinthian with not being the king's son, whereupon he proceeded to Delphi to consult the oracle. The answer he there obtained was that he should slay his father and commit incest with his own mother. Thinking that Polybus was his father, he resolved not to return to Corinth; but on his road between Delphi and Daulis he met his real father Laius, and as Polyphontes (or Polyphetes, or Polypoetes. Schol. ad Eurip. Phoen. 39), the charioteer of Laius, wanted to push him out of the way, a scuffle ensued in which Oedipus slew both Laius and Polyphontes, and one part of the oracle was fulfilled. The two corpses are said to have been buried on the same spot by Damasistratus, king of Plataeae (Apollod. iii. 5. § 8; Paus. x. 5. § 2). In the mean time the celebrated Sphinx had appeared in the neighbourhood of Thebes. She had settled on a rock, and put a riddle to every Theban that passed by, and whoever was unable to solve it was killed by the monster." [...]

"After long wanderings Oedipus arrived in the grove of the Eumenides, near Colonus, in Attica; he was there honoured by Theseus in his misfortune, and, according to an oracle, the Eumenides removed him from the earth, and no one was allowed to approach his tomb (Soph. Oed. Col. 1661, &c.; Eurip. Phoen. init.; Apollod. iii. 5. § 9; Diod. iv. 64; Hygin. Fab. 67). According to Homer, Oedipus, tormented by the Erinnyes of his mother, continued to reign at Thebes after her death; he fell in battle, and was honoured at Thebes with funeral solemnities (Od. xi. 270, &c., Il. xxiii. 679)." [...]

"Oedipus himself is sometimes called a son of Laius by Eurycleia, and is said to have been thrown in a chest into the sea when yet an infant, to have been carried by the waves to the coast of Sicyon, to have been received by Polybus, and afterwards to have been blinded by him (Schol. ad Eur. Phoen. 13, 26). His tomb was shown at Athens, where he also had an heroum. (Paus. i. 28. § 7, 30, in fin.)" [...]

Source: [ Link ]
In the story of Oedipus and his swollen feet we see a direct reference to the odyssey's spiritual and intellectual journey as the two feet and these feet I propose are active and neutralizing forces as addressed in the first agent in this group that attempts to hide their movements. This can be explained as such: the sexual center is made active, and the emotional center is neutralized, by such, the agent is built as a marker for the Law of Three. By these alterations, hatred is formed as harmony stolen from the agent ar- which possesses the notion of orthodox thinking and explains how the passive force associates the Muse. What is bestowed out of the Law of Octaves hints strongly that our blessed set of prime numbers are in fact some form of music, that is 2, 3, 5, and 7. This offers some more food for thought on the primes as 11 is the fifth prime. You may also notice in the additional notes below that emphasis is placed on the way the centers touch each other as learned from ancient teachings especially in associating the Law of Three. These depictions of order are based on a passage in the Gospel of Thomas that describes the four elements in gender.
(22) Jesus saw infants being suckled. He said to his disciples, "These infants being suckled are like those who enter the kingdom." They said to him, "Shall we then, as children, enter the kingdom?"

Jesus said to them, "When you make the two one, and when you make the inside like the outside and the outside like the inside, and the above like the below, and when you make the male and the female one and the same, so that the male not be male nor the female female; and when you fashion eyes in the place of an eye, and a hand in place of a hand, and a foot in place of a foot, and a likeness in place of a likeness; then will you enter the kingdom."

Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996)
Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [O, 13 of 154; et: stem]

Analecta: Lucifer

1. 3-annoy-ennui-odium-et-od- To hate [Pokorny nu- 773, glow]

Sexual center carbon activated
(Active) Annoy:
v. To cause slight irritation to (another) by troublesome, often repeated acts (has 8 synonyms) (spiritual not sexual)
(Passive) Ennui: (n.) Listlessness and dissatisfaction resulting from lack of interest; boredom (First used in 1732 as polite description) (movement..mean3)
(Neutralizing) Odium: n. odious- adj. Arousing or meriting strong dislike, aversion, or intense displeasure (intellectual not emotional)
Emotional center

*Analecta: Conscience - Armillary sphere

2. 20-an-anon-any-coadunate-einkorn1-eleven-inch-none2-once-one-ounce1-triune-turnverein2-unanimous1-uncial-unicorn1-unique-uni-unity-universe1-et-oi-no- One, unique (einkorn2 - grə-no-) (none1 - ne-) (ounce2 - leuk-) (unanimous2 - anə-) (unicorn2 - ker-1) (universe2 - wer-2) (turnverein1 - per1) [Pokorny e- 281, canon] Additions: a-1, alone, atone, lone, lonely, quincunx

Analecta: Diary

3. 16-atto-eight-eighteen-eighty-octad-octans-octant-octave-octavo-octet-octo-october-octodecimo1-octogenarian1-octonary-octopus1-et-oktō(u)- Eight (octodecimo2, octogenarian2 - dekm) (octopus2 - ped-) [Pokorny oktō 775, gnomon]

Analecta: Rabbit

4. 2-accipiter-oxytocic1-et-ōku- Swift (oxytocic2 - tek-) [Pokorny ōku-s 775, brindled gnu] See also ekwo-.

Analecta: Souvenir

5. 36-autopsy-catoptric-daisy2-diopter-eye-eyelet-exophthalmos-inoculate-inveigle-metope-metopic-monocle-myopia-nyctalopia2-ocellus-occular-oculist-oculomotor-ogle-ommatidium-ommatophore-ophthalmo-opsis-opsy-optic-optometry-panoptic-pelops2-phlogopite-pinochle-pyrope-triceratops2-synopsis-walleyed2-window2-ullage-et-okw- To see (daisy1 - agh-) (nyctalopia1 - nekw-t-) (pelops1 - pel-1-) (triceratops1 - ker-1-) (walleyed1 - wegh-) (window1- wē-) [Pokorny oku- 775, gnosis]

Analecta: Ego

6. 17-cooperate-copious-copy-cornucopia-inure-maneuver2-manure2-officinal1-omni-omnibus-(omnium-gatherum)-opera-operate-operose-optimum-opulent-opus-et-op- To work, produce in abundance (maneuver1 - man-2) (manure1 - man-2) (officinal2 - dhē-) [Pokorny 1. op- 780, gonfalon]

Analecta: Faust - Perception

7.  5-aepyornis-erne-icththyornis-notornis-ornitho-et-or- Large Bird [Pokorny 1. er- 325, chauvinism]

Analecta: Passion - Pi

8. 2-orphan-robot-et-orbh- To put asunder, separate [Pokorny orbho- 781, Gordian knot]

Analecta: Donkey - Conceive

9. 11-anthurium-anuran-ass-cynosure2-dasyure-dodo-eremurus-oxyuriasis2-silurid-squirrel-trichuriasis-et-ors- Buttocks, backside (cynosure1 - kwon-) (oxyuriasis1 - ak-) [Pokorny ers- 340, chrestomathy]

Analecta: Mystery - Age of Aquarius

10. 12-auriga-inosculate-oral-orinasal-orotund-os1-oscillate-osculate-osculum-ostiary-ostium-usher-et-ōs- Mouth (os2 - ost-) [Pokorny 1. ŏus- 784, governessy]

11. 16-astragal-astragalus-endosteum-exostosis-os2-osseous-ossicle-ossifrage1-ossify-ossuary-osteo-ostracize-ostracod-oyster-periosteum-teleost-et-ost- Bone (os1 - ōs-) (ossifrage2 - bhreg-) [Pokorny ost(h) 783, götterdämmerung]

12.12-aural-auricle-auriform-auscultation-ear1-ormer2-myosotis1-otic-oto-parotid gland-scout1-et-ous- Also aus-, Ear (ormer1- mori-) (ear2- ak-) (myosotis2 - mūs-) (scout2 - skeud-) [Pokorny ōus- 785, gradation]

Analecta: Aries - Consciousness

13. 2-ewe-ovine-et-owi- Sheep [Pokorny oui-s 784, gowan]

© theoi.com  Latin : Orion
 Greek : Ôriôn (the Mountain Man?)
 Akkadian : Shidallu (the True Shepherd
of Anu) Sumerian : SIPA.ZI.AN.NA
(the True Shepherd of Anu)
Letter N: Orion Near the celestial equator is a constellation near Gemini and Taurus called Orion containing the stars Betelgeuse and Rigel. Orion in Greek mythology was a great hunter, pursuer of the Pleiades and lover of Eos, eventually killed by Artemis. I should also mention that the Zodiac is well known to hide symbology as in the case with the Virgo and Scorpio. As we approach 24 agents containing 222 programs called "words," stemmed to the letter N, the reader will notice the nesting of the letter A in the fourth agent. This serves as an analogy to the mythical story of Orion. The letter A is the only individual letter that is addressed as a prefix and then included with a stem agent. There are five initial versions: a noun, an indefinite article, a preposition, an auxiliary verb, and finally an abbreviation. In our agent association, we are given the opportunity to address the power alone in the respect of the nullipara Artemis. If we examine the mythology surrounding the great hunter, you'll immediately notice the image references to Anu, or Anubus, a jackel-headed Egyptian god of the son of Osiris.
"ORION A giant hunter who was set amongst the stars as the constellation Orion. Some say he chased Lepus, the hare, across the heavens with his dog, the constellation Canis, others that he was in pursuit of Taurus the bull, or even chasing after the seven beautiful Pleiad nymphs. In the story of his death, Orion was either killed by Artemis or by a scorpion sent by Gaea to punish him for boasting that he would slay all the creatures of the earth. The scorpion was also placed amongst the stars and continued to plague him, for as it rose in the east, Orion fled beneath the horizon in the west. (Hyginus 2.34 on Hesiod, Aristomarchus and Istrus ; Aratus 634)

Source: [ Link ]

"ORION was a handsome giant gifted with the ability to walk on water by his father Poseidon. He served King Oinopion of Khios (Chios) as huntsman for a time, but was blinded and exiled from the island after raping the king's daughter Merope. Orion then travelled across the sea to Lemnos and petitioned the god Hephaistos for help in recovering his sight. Lending him his assistant Kedalion, the god directed the giant travel to the rising place of the sun, where the sun-god would restore his vision. Upon returning to Greece, Orion sought out Oinopion, but the king hid himself in an underground bronze chamber to avoid retribution.

After this the giant retired to the island of Delos or Krete and became a hunting companion of the goddess Artemis. He died while in her service and was placed amongst the stars as the constellation Orion. The circumstances of his death are variously related. In one version he desired to marry the goddess but her brother Apollon tricked Artemis into shooting him with an arrow as he was swimming far out at sea. In another version, Artemis killed him deliberately after he raped her attendant Oupis. However the most common story was that Orion bragged he would hunt down all the beasts of the earth, and so Mother Earth sent up a giant scorpion to destroy him. Both the giant and scorpion were placed amongst the stars, one rising as the other set.

Finally the Boiotians had their own set of myths associated with the hunter of the constellation. According to their version Orion was born when the three gods Zeus, Poseidon and Hermes urinated on a bull-hide and buried it in the earth to provide King Hyrieus with a son. The boy was named Orion after the urine, but was also known by the name of Kandaon. His son and daughters were heroes who died for the town of Thebes."

"ORI′ON (Oriôn), a son of Hyrieus, of Hyria, in Boeotia, a very handsome giant and hunter, and said to have been called by the Boeotians Candaon. (Hom. Od. xi. 309; Strab. ix. p. 404; Tzetz. ad Lyc. 328.) Once he came to Chios (Ophiusa), and fell in love with Aero, or Merope, the daughter of Oenopion, by the nymph Helice. He cleared the island from wild beasts, and brought the spoils of the chase as presents to his beloved; but as Oenopion constantly deferred the marriage, Orion one day being intoxicated forced his way into the chamber of the maiden. Oenopion now implored the assistance of Dionysus, who caused Orion to be thrown into a deep sleep by satyrs, in which Oenopion blinded him. Being informed by an oracle that he should recover his sight, if he would go towards the east and expose his eye-balls to the rays of the rising sun, Orion following the sound of a Cyclops' hammer, went to Lemnos, where Hephaestus gave to him Cedalion as his guide. When afterwards he had recovered his sight, Orion returned to Chios to take vengeance, but as Oenopion had been concealed by his friends, Orion was unable to find him, and then proceeded to Crete, where he lived as a hunter with Artemis. (Apollod. i. 4. § 3; Parthen. Erot. 20; Theon, ad Arat. 638 ; Hygin. Poet. Astr. ii. 34.)" [...]

"The accounts of his parentage and birth-place are varying in the different writers, for some call him a son of Poseidon and Euryale (Apollod, i. 4. § 3), and others say that he was born of the earth, or a son of Oenopion. (Serv. ad Aen. i. 539, x. 763.) He is further called a Theban, or Tanagraean, but probably because Hyria, his native place, sometimes belonged to Tanagra, and sometimes to Thebes. (Hygin. Poet. Astr. ii. 34; Paus. ix. 20 § 3; Strab. ix. p. 404.) After his death, Orion was placed among the stars (Hom. Il. xviii. 486, &c., xxii. 29, Od. v. 274), where he appears as a giant with a girdle, sword, a lion's skin and a club. As the rising and setting of the constellation of Orion was believed to be accompanied by storms and rain, he is often called imbrifer, nimbosus, or aquosus. His tomb was shown at Tanagra. (Paus. ix. 20.& 3.) Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology." [...]

"Homer, Iliad 18. 43 ff (trans. Lattimore) (Greek epic C8th B.C.) :
"[Hephaistos decorates the shield of Akhilleus with a picture of the cosmos:] He made the earth upon it, and the sky, and the sea's water, and the tireless sun, and the moon waxing into her fullness, and on it all the constellations that festoon the heavens, the Pleiades and the Hyades and the strength of Orion and the Bear, whom men give also the name of the Wagon, who turns about in a fixed place and looks at Orion and she alone is never plunged in the wash of Okeanos." [...]

"Hesiod, Astronomy Fragment 4 (from Pseudo-Eratosthenes Catasterismi Frag 32) (trans. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) :
"Orion--Hesiod says that he was the son of Euryale, the daughter of Minos, and of Poseidon, and that there was given him as a gift the power of walking upon the waves as though upon land. When he was come to Khios (Chios), he outraged Merope, the daughter of Oinopion (Oenopion), being drunken; but Oinopion when he learned of it was greatly vexed at the outrage and blinded him and cast him out of the country." [...]

Source: [ Link ]
Indo-European Roots © American Heritage Dictionary: 3rd Edition (1996)
Reanimation © R. Mark Sink [N, 24 of 225; et: stem]

Analecta: Temporal - Tune

1. 9-naris-nark-nasal-naso-nasturtium1-ness-nose-nostril-(pince-nez)-et-nas- Nose (nasturtium2 - terkw-) [Pokorny nas- 755, neu-ks- 768, generate, Giza] Additions: nuzzle

2. 11-aeronaut-argonaut-astronaut-aquanaut-nacelle-nausea-nautical-nautilus-nave1-navicular-navigate1-et-nāu- Boat (nave2 - nobh-) (navigate2 - ag-) [Pokorny 1. nāu- 755, general]

3. 5-inferior-infernal-infra-under-(u-boat)-et-ndher- Under [Pokorny ndhos 771, gleed]

*Analecta: Magnetic center

4. 34-a-abnegate-ahimsa-amrita1-annihilate-annul-deny-in1-naught1-nay1-nefarious1-negate-neglect1-negotiate-neither1-nepenthe1-nescience1-neuter1-never1-nihilism-nil-nill-nimiety-nisi1-nix1-no1-non-none1-null-nullify-nullipara-renegade-un-zugunruhe-et-ne- Not (amrita2 - mer-) (in2 - en-) (naught2 - wekti-) (nay2 - aiw-) (nefarious2 - dhē-) (neglect2 - leg-) (neither2 - kwo-) (nepenthe2 - kwent(h)-) (nescience2 - skei-) (neuter2 - kwo-) (never2 - aiw-) (nisi2 - swo-) (nix2 - wekti-) (no2 - aiw-) (none2 - oi-no-) [Pokorny ne- 756, genesis]

Analecta: Thunder - Omega

5. 8-nebula-nebulous-nepheline-nephelometer-nephology-nibelung-niflheim1-nimbus-et-nebh- Cloud (niflheim2 - tkei-) [Pokorny (enebh-) 315, chafe]

*Analecta: Artifice - Proton

6. 10-annex-connect-dénouement-net-nettle-nexus-node-nodule-nodus-ouch-et-ned- To bind, tie [Pokorny 1. ned- 758, geodesy] Additions: adnexa

Analecta: Labor - Solar wind

7. 4-near-neighbor1-next-nigh-et-[nēhw-iz- Near (neighbor2- bheuə-)]

Analecta: Knights of the round table - Illuminati

8. 13-innocent-innoculous-internecine-necro-necrosis-necromancy-nectar-nocent-nocuous-noxious-nuisance-obnoxious-pernicious-et-nek-1- Death [Pokorny nek- 762, get] Additions: nectarine

9. 3-enough1-oncogenesis-oncology-et-nek-2- To reach, attain (enough2 - kom-) [Pokorny enek- 316, chakra]

10. 8-equinox-night-nocti-nocturnal-noctuid-noctule-nyctalopia1-nyctitropism-et-nekw-t- Night (nyctalopia2 - okw-) [Pokorny neku(t)- 762, gestalt]

Analecta: Contact - Stepwise

11. 22-anomie-antinomian-antinomy-autonomous-deuteronomy2-economy2-enumerate-metronome-nemesis-nim-nimble-noma-nomad-nomograph-nomology-nomothetic-numb-number-numismatic-nummular-nummulate-supernumerary-et-nem- To assign, allot; also to take (deuteronomy1 - deu-1) (economy1 - weik-1) [Pokorny 1. nem- 763, Gettysburg] Additions: astronomer, astronomy

12. 3-nephew-nepotism-niece-et-nepōt- Grandson,  nephew [Pokorny nepōt- 764, ghost dance]

Analecta: Face - Witness

13. 6-nordic-norman1-norse-north-northern-norwegian-et-ner-1- Under, also on the left, hence, with an eastward orientation (norman2 - man-1-) [Pokorny 2. ner- 765, Gideon]

14. 4-andro-androus-andry-philander-et-ner-2- Also əner-. Man [Pokorny 1. ner-(t)- 765, giddy]

Analecta: Machine - Asymmetry

15. 2-harness2-nostalgia-et-nes-1- To return safely home (harness1 - koro- )  [Pokorny nes- 766, gillyflower]

16. 4-nostrum-our-ours-paternoster-et-nes-2- Oblique cases of the personal pronoun of the first person plural. For the nominative see we-. [Pokorny 3. ne- 758, geometry]

17. 5-announce-denounce-enunciate-pronounce-nuncio-et-neu- To shout [Pokorny 1. neu- 767, gird]

Analecta: Sleeping lion - 9/11

18. 10-ennead-nine-nineteen-ninety-ninth-nona-nones-noon-november-novena-et-newn- Nine [Pokorny e-neuen 318, chameleon] Additions: nonagenarian, nonagon, nonanoic acid

Analecta: Supreme being

19. 14-aneroid-innovate-misoneism-neo-neon-neoteric-new-nova-novation-novel-novercal-novice-renovate-(span-new)-et-newo- New, related to nu- [Pokorny neuos 709, for]

Analecta: Archetype - Symbol

20. 7-auger-naval-nave2-nombril-omphalos-umbilicus-umbo-et-nobh- Also ombh-. Navel; later also "central knob," boss of a shield, hub of a wheel (nave1 - nāu-) [Pokorny 1. (enebh-) 314, certain]

Analecta: Christ - Universal Psyche

21. 6-nail-onyx-paronychia-perionychium-sardonyx-unguis-et-nogh- Also ə nogh-,ongh-. Nail, claw [Pokorny onogh- 780, gonzo]

*Analecta: Higgs Field

22. 7-denude-gymnasium-gymnosophist-gymnosperm-naked-nude-nudi-et-nogw- Naked [Pokorny nogu- 769, glair]

*Analecta: Democracy - Major domo - Dark matter

23. 28-agnomen-anonymous-antonomasia-cognomen-denominate-eponym-euonymus-heterononymous-homonymous-ignominy-metonymy-metronymic-misnomer-moniker-name-nominal-nominate-nomenclator1-noun-onomastic-onomatopoeia1-onym-onymy-patronymic-praenomen-pseudonym-renoun-synonymous-et-nŏ-men- Name (nomenclator2 - kele-2-)  (onomatopoeia2 - kwei-2-) [Pokorny en(o)mn- 321, chapter]

*Analecta: God

24. 2-now-quidnunc2-et-nu- Now (quidnunc1 - kwo-) [Pokorny nu- 770, glass house]

http://knowingtest.blogspot.com/p/letters-m-l-k.html  host