Sunday, June 14, 2009


death is the fire of life (H) Herakles?
K-T I'm Lost!

Adam 1 |ˈadəm|
(in the biblical and Koranic traditions) the first man. According to the Book of Genesis, Adam was created by God as the progenitor of the human race and lived with Eve in the Garden of Eden.

ORIGIN from Hebrew ‛ ādām 'man,' later taken to be a name.

atom |ˈatəm|
the basic unit of a chemical element.
such particles as a source of nuclear energy
[usu. with negative ] an extremely small amount of a thing or quality

An atom, roughly 10 −8 cm in diameter, consists of a tiny, dense, positively charged nucleus made of neutrons and protons, surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. Each chemical element consists of atoms that possess a characteristic number of protons. Atoms are held together in molecules by sharing electrons.

ORIGIN late 15th cent.: from Old French atome, via Latin from Greek atomos 'indivisible,' based on a- 'not' + temnein 'to cut.'

matter |ˈmatər|

ORIGIN Middle English : via Old French from Latin materia 'timber, substance,' also 'subject of discourse,' from mater 'mother.'

-i lost it in the details:

There are many things that I've been contemplating and connecting lately. The theme right now is sacrifice, both literal and metaphoric. The more I look into these "matters'' the more I'm aware that everything is literally connected.

So, sacrifice is "the" theme for all nows.

"H" is perhaps what we can build this meditation around though. The two/three heroes that I'm contemplating are Hercules and Perseus/Parzival (I think they are the same.) Hercules may be the same as well. I guess we will see.

Within this, we need to think about the important numbers. 7 & 12. They should surface again and again. For quite some time I've been trying to reorganize the week. Why is 7 a key number? Why are there 7 days. Are there really days? We definitely have seasons. Maybe four days? Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. Youth, Adolescence, Age, Death.

So in trying to organize the week, we return to "7". Where is there another important 7? Chakras/planets (naked eye + sun and moon). All these have to be connected yes?

12 hours, 12 months, 12 zodiac, 12 apostles, 12 labors of Hercules. . . etc.

Let's just nail this down for now, and later I'll blow it up with pictures and larger, better elaborations.

The days of the week are named and identified w/ the visible planets who have an archetypal connection to the gods and goddess who resonated w/ those naked-eye planets. Of course the days are name in the Norse/Germanic system to make matter more confusing.

1. Monday 2. Tuesday 3. Wednesday 4. Thursday 5. Friday 6. Saturday 7. Sunday

Seven feels right. There are Seven Chakras and those connect to the archetypal figures as well:

1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Mars 4. Earth 5. Jupiter 6. Saturn 7. Uranus

So the chakras correspond in this way:

7. Thousand petal lotus

6. Third Eye

5. throat

4. heart

3. gut - will to power
2. genitals - lust/desire

1. bowel - holding on to facts of life

I need to define the chakras and this will happen in the "blow-up" as I mentioned. You don't need to know what I'm talking about. I don't either.

The correspondence is important.
-Mercury is the trickster, the dragon at the bowel introducing the facts of life.
-Venus is the devil at the genitals introducing lust and life
-Mars is aggression diving his chariot to battle to atain
-Earth is the heart opening to the world.
-Jupiter is the king his word is law.
-Saturn is the hermit and Jupiter's Father who will usher in the new golden age (we need to return to the idea of "golden")
-Uranus is Saturn's father

So like I said, Germanic archetypes:
Monday = moon day
Tuesday (Tyr) = mars day
Wednesday (Odin) = mercury day (I don't agree here)
Thursday (Thor) = jupiter
Friday (Freya) = venus
Saturday (Chronos whoops that's not germanic?) = saturn

So to put them in my order, first we have to acknowledge that Saturn (Chronos) and Odin are the same guy.
Mercury is the trickster and so is Loki. Wednesday should actually belong to Loki due to its association with Mercury:
Thus to correspond w/ the chakras,

1. Lokisday
2. Friday
3. Tuesday
4. Heartday
5. Thursday
6 Wednesday

I'm bogging down into nonsense. sorry. This is why I haven't attempted this. The 8th day is infinity. It is the sun's day. The savior. The moon is the threshold through witch the hero/the sun returns. Saturn/Chronos is the threshold guardian. So perhaps. no it is all just crazy.


7 is an important number as is 12.

So the here is some of the connecting material I've saved:

May Day
nuclear fusion
nuclear fission
nuclear family
penetrate |ˈpeniˌtrāt|
verb [ trans. ]
succeed in forcing a way into or through (a thing)
(of a man) insert the penis into the vagina or anus of (a sexual partner)
infiltrate (an enemy group or rival organization) in order to spy on it
(of a company) begin to sell its products in (a particular market or area)
succeed in understanding or gaining insight into (something complex or mysterious)

ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from Latin penetrat- 'placed or gone into,' from the verb penetrare; related to penitus 'inner.'

intercourse |ˈintərˌkôrs|

ORIGIN late Middle English (denoting communication or dealings): from Old French entrecours 'exchange, commerce,' from Latin intercursus, from intercurrere 'intervene,' from inter- 'between' + currere 'run.' The specifically sexual use arose in the late 18th cent.

hydrogen |ˈhīdrəjən|
a colorless, odorless, highly flammable gas, the chemical element of atomic number 1. (Symbol: H)
Hydrogen is the lightest of the chemical elements and has the simplest atomic structure, a single electron orbiting a nucleus consisting of a single proton. It is by far the commonest element in the universe, although not on the earth, where it occurs chiefly combined with oxygen as water.
hydrogenous |hīˈdräjənəs| adjective

ORIGIN late 18th cent.: coined in French from Greek hudro- 'water' + -genēs (see -gen ).

combining form
1 Chemistry denoting a substance that produces something : oxygen | allergen.
2 Botany denoting a substance or plant that is produced : cultigen.
ORIGIN via French -gène from Greek genēs '-born, of a specified kind,' from gen- (root of gignomai 'be born, become,' genos 'a kind' ).

Water is a compound of oxygen and hydrogen (chem. formula: H 2 O) with highly distinctive physical and chemical properties: it is able to dissolve many other substances; its solid form (ice) is less dense than the liquid form; its boiling point, viscosity, and surface tension are unusually high for its molecular weight, and it is partially dissociated into hydrogen and hydroxyl ions.

ORIGIN Old English wæter (noun), wæterian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch water, German Wasser, from an Indo-European root shared by Russian voda (compare with vodka ), also by Latin unda 'wave' and Greek hudōr 'water.'

"A star becomes a giant star after all the hydrogen available for fusion at its core has been depleted and, as a result, it has left the main sequence.[5] "

The sun is the central body of the solar system. It provides the light and energy that sustains life on earth, and its position relative to the earth's axis determines the terrestrial seasons. The sun is a star of a type known as a G2 dwarf, a sphere of hydrogen and helium 870,000 miles (1.4 million km) in diameter that obtains its energy from nuclear fusion reactions in its interior, where the temperature is about 15 million °C. The surface is a little under 6,000°C.

Hydra |ˈhīdrə|

1 Greek Mythology a many-headed snake whose heads grew again as they were cut off, killed by Hercules.
[as n. ] ( hydra) a thing that is hard to overcome or resist because of its pervasive or enduring quality or its many aspects.
2 Astronomy the largest constellation (the Water Snake or Sea Monster), said to represent the beast slain by Hercules. Its few bright stars are close to the celestial equator. Compare with Hydrus .
[as genitive ] ( Hydrae |-drē|) used with a preceding letter or numeral to designate a star in this constellation : the star Beta Hydrae.

ORIGIN via Latin from Greek hudra.

hydra |ˈhīdrə|
a minute freshwater coelenterate with a stalklike tubular body and a ring of tentacles around the mouth. Genus Hydra, class Hydrozoa.
ORIGIN via Latin from Greek hudra 'water snake' (see Hydra ), named by Linnaeus because, if cut into pieces, each section can grow into a whole animal.

In Greek mythology, the Lernaean Hydra (Greek: ( [Λερναία Ὕδρα] (help·info)) was an ancient nameless serpent-like chthonic water beast (as its name evinces) that possessed 9 heads— the poets mention more heads than the vase-painters could paint— and poisonous breath so virulent even her tracks were deadly.[1] The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Heracles as one of his Twelve Labours. Its lair was the lake of Lerna in the Argolid, though archaeology has borne out the myth that the sacred site was older even than the Mycenaean city of Argos, for Lerna was the site of the myth of the Danaids. Beneath the waters was an entrance to the Underworld, and the Hydra was its guardian.[2]

The Hydra was the offspring of Typhon and Echidna (Theogony, 313), both of whom were noisome offspring of the earth goddess Gaia. Siblings of the Hydra were said[who?] to be the Nemean Lion, the Stymphalian birds, the Chimaera,and Cerberus.

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