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Names: This man was called Adam, which in the Hebrew tongue signifies one that is red, because he was formed out of red earth, compounded together; for of that kind is virgin and true earth. God also presented the living creatures, when he had made them, according to their kinds, both male and female, to Adam, who gave them those names by which they are still called. But when he saw that Adam had no female companion, no society, for there was no such created, and that he wondered at the other animals which were male and female, he laid him asleep, and took away one of his ribs, and out of it formed the woman; whereupon Adam knew her when she was brought to him, and acknowledged that she was made out of himself. Now a woman is called in the Hebrew tongue essa; but the name of this woman was Eua, which signifies the mother of all living....

El, Adam, Eua, Abel, Enos, Iared, Enox, Arfaxad, Eber, Elam, Ashur, Abraam, Isaak, Iakob, Esau, Israel, Iosef, Asher, Aaron, Ioudas, Anox, Assaron, Ioumel, Iamein, Iaxin, Ezelo, Esron, Amouros, Isaxar, Iob, Elon, Ianel, Iosep, Ephran, Asabel, Oppais, Arod, Eliel, Ousis, Ougin, Eroid, Ariel, Iomnes, Isous, Eiub, Abar,

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The Original of Religions Every nation deifying their own kings applied as we said the name of Iupiter to him whom they had most in honour as the Arabians to their common father Chus, ... When we are told in an ancient Egyptian monument that Isis was the daughter of Saturn, the youngest God we are to understand the older Saturn to be Noah & the younger to be Ham the Saturn of the Arabians who sometimes reigned in the lower Egypt... Hence also the Iupiter Belus of the Chaldeans is called by a Hestiæus (a very ancient writer) Ζευς ενυάλιος Iupiter Martialis... Another name of this God was Pan or (as the Latines called him) Faunus. For Pan was a sheepherd & painted like a Satyr & by consequence he was an Arabian. .. All which characters can agree to none but Chus the God of wine & war. He was worshipped in Egypt by none but the Mendesij, a people of the lower Egypt where the Arabian Sheepherds sometimes reigned.

There seems to be good reason to think that the original form of the god's name was Dianus, the initial DI having been corrupted into J, just as the original Diovis and Diespiter were corrupted into Jovis and Jupiter. Similarly the name of Diana, which is the feminine form of Dianus, appears to have been corrupted in vulgar pronunciation into Jana: for Varro tells us that in reference to the days of the month country people spoke of the waxing and waning Jana, where educated folk would seemingly have said Diana, meaning the moon. In Greek it is certain that the original DI was similarly corrupted into Z, as is proved by the name of Zeus, for the original DI reappears in the genitive, dative, and accusative DIOS, DII, DIA. Similarly ZAN, an old form of Zeus, stands for an original DIAN, which answers exactly to the Latin DIANUS, JANUS. Further, at Dodona, his most ancient sanctuary, Zeus shared his temple with Dione, in whom the learned mythologist Apollodorus discerned the first wife of Zeus, the wife whom that fickle and faithless god afterwards exchanged for Hera. His Italian counterpart gave proof of much greater conjugal fidelity by always keeping to his first wife, Juno, whose old name, to judge by that of her Greek counterpart Dione, must have been Diono. Compared with the kindred Sanscrit name Dyaus, the old German Zio, and so forth, all these names are ulti­mately derived from an Indo-European root DI, meaning " bright"; and as the Sanscrit Dyaus, the Greek Zeus, and the Latin Jupiter were undoubtedly personifications of the sky, a very strong presumption is raised that Janus also, whose name cannot without violence be separated from theirs, was in origin also a god of the sky, a simple duplicate of Dyaus, Zeus, and Jupiter. The ancients themselves seem to have been sensible of the kinship, not to say identity, of Janus and Jupiter. An inscription records the dedication of an offering to Jupiter Dianus, as if Jupiter and Dianus (Janus) were one and the same. And we know from the good testimony of Varro that some of the ancients identified Janus with the sky; in the fourteenth book of his Divine Antiquities that most learned of Roman antiquaries affirmed that among the Etruscans in particular the name Janus was used as equivalent to the sky. We shall do well to acquiesce in this opinion of some ancient authorities, strongly supported as it is by the conclusions of modern philology.

Line 1082: Pentheus has been set up on a high fir tree, to see all the revels. The voice of Dionysus is heard from the aither, ordering his punishment. As he spoke, "he set up a column of holy fire to earth and to heaven, and the heaven was silent, and so were birds and beasts..." ... In The Bacchae, the disturbing forces seem to be electrical, rather than alcoholic as one would be inclined to expect, given the connection between Dionysus and wine. Pentheus may see double, but he is not drunk and incapable, nor is anyone else for that matter. Wine would help when electricity failed. The thyrsus could be fitted with a sharp metal point to simulate electrical shock.

And the Cup of Dionysus, or Bacchus, is the very same that is lifted to God at every Passover celebration... Exception might be taken to Kretschmer's view that the sky-god was called Zeus by the Thracians as well as the Hellenes. That view is based on the fact that, just as Hellenic names derived from Zeus...so Thracian names begin sometimes with Deo-, Dio, Diu, sometimes with Deos-, Dios-, the twofold method of formation, producing on the one hand a compound, e.g. Dio-nysos, on the other a synthesis, e.g. Dios-nysos. But these data, it seems to me, are susceptible of another interpretation, viz. that corresponds with the Hellenic sky-god Zeus. There was a Thracian sky-god Dios, whose name coupled with an appelative appeared now as Dios Papas or the like, 'Dios the Father,' now as 'Dios-Nysos,' 'Dios the Son.' The Greeks familiar with Dios as the generative case of Zeus, would inevitably take this Dios-Nysos (or Dio-nysus) to mean Son of Zeus." From a chapter entitled Dios and Dios Nysos.

I suggested earlier that Saturos could hardly be 'Set's tail' because of the short 'u'. It may not be a valid objection. Kastor and Pollux were twin sons of Zeus, the Dioskoroi or Dios kouroi. The diphthong 'ou' in kouroi is long; in the compound word it becomes a short 'o'.

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Jehovah SacerdotisRerum, inquit, ad Judaeos pertinentium historiam Sanchuniatho Berytius summa fide conscripsit, quippe quae cum corum locis atque nominibus apprime consentiat, quum commentarios de Rebus Judaeorum accepisset ab Hierombalo (Gideone) Jehovae Sacerdote, qui historiam suam dedicaverat Abelbalo (s. Abibalo), atque tum ab ipso rege, tum ab ils quorum apud ipsum erat de scripturae veritate cognoscere, tanquam verus scriptor collaudatus est.

Latin Dictionary; Preparation for the evangelio;Ie Iao Apollo Delph;Arcana Collection Who Controls the Winds;Second hand bookd

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