Christianity = S^into-ism



Christ encountered a S^amaritan woman.

Foster-father found girl in bamboo-stalk. {Cf. bamboo-born [Zulu] UNKuLunkulu: this name matching [Aram.] ONQeLos -- the >aramaic Targum being a source for the S^amaritan text of the To^rah}

He told her that her had had 5 husbands, none of which was now her husband.

She had 5 suitors (would-be husbands), but jilted them. (TBC)

(The implication was that each of the 5 had perished in some stupendous undertaking.) If this is implied; then the names of these 5 can be completed from B-R>S^YT 25:4 = DBRY H-YMYM 1:33, thus:-

Each of those 5 had failed his assigned task-quaest, as followeth:-

(1st) <e^pah (cf. <pe> "branch", DBW 6073): Aladdin (of 1001 Nights) in the underground jewel-tree realm

(2nd suitor,) of fetching a jewel-tree branch from paradise {cf. the golden bough of Aineias, mentioned by Vergilius};

(2nd) <eper (cf. <oper "fawn" H/EE/HD, H/E p. 257)

(3rd suitor,) of fetching the fire-mouse =? "fawn-colored mouse" (MC);

(3rd) H.nok (cf. H.anukkah, festival of the 8-branched candlestick)

(4th suitor,) jewel from dragon (cf. Japanese "eight-tailed dragon" -- GC);

(4th) >bi^-da< : [<ar.] >abu-pihamat (= Baphomet, according to S -- this is the "human head on platter" of the`is`i^n)

(1st suitor,) begging-bowl;

(5th) >L-Da<ah {cognate with /ALTHAimenes/ from (GM 93.a) Krete}

(5th suitor,) swallows' sea-treasure {cf. +Chelidon "swallow", granddaughter of (GM 108.g) that native of (GM 108.e) Krete

Out of the depths of the Nile, with "the eagle, the coffin floated up to the top." (LB, p. 400)

Pandareus the (CDCM, s.v. "Aedon") sea-eagle}

Pa>ul was temporarily blinded by divine light. [<ar.] qamar "snow-blindness" is also

While the guards guarding her were temporarily blinded by divine light,

"moon" (A-ED, p. 923).

she returned to the moon. (TM)


note the praefixed qa- in both qaMaR and qaLeB [<ar.] "heart".

LeB [<ib.] "heart" (DBW 3820): the immaculate one of MiRyam, who is sometimes likened to the woman (accurately identified as Hagar) standing on the moon.

[<ar.] qalaba is "to overturn, to turn upside-down" (A-ED, p. 917)

Thus, the Son of Man's being "in the heart of the earth" (Matthew 12:40) could refer to the [Maori] "overturning (of the earth) by Mata-aho".

The term S^amaritan possibly referreth to the [<ib.] s^amir "fennel; EMERy (for drill-bits)" (H/EE/HD, H/E part, p. 314).

In the "union of the two hearts", the sacred heart of Christ is repraesented as flaming; cf. EMbER of Prometheus in fennel-stalk.

S^imon of Kurene was nailed down.

Prometheus was nailed down, and his heart was devoured. (P)


[Jap.] kami is a deformation of [Ainu] kamwi "god", from *kambi -- mb may be derived from a still-earlier d. [retroflex] or the like; while k may easily be from q [uvular] -- so, cf. [<ar.] qad.d.a "to pierce, to bore, to perforate" (A-ED, p. 902)

cf. the tale of the Daoist who became an immortal by boring through a stone block by means of a wooden drill-stick -- Japanese kami (and Ainu kanui) customarily being repraesented by sticks with still-attached wood-shavings, those whittlings perhaps alluding to ablation as of a wooden drill drilling through rock.

references :-

MC =

TBC = or

P =

GC =

TM = Taketori Monogatari,

S = Idries Shah: The Sufis.

GM = Robert Graves: The Greek Myths. 1955.

CDCM = Pierre Grimal: Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology.

LB = Louis Ginzberg : Legends of the Bible.

A-ED = J. Milton Cowan: A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic.

DBW = Strong's Complete Dictionary of Bible Words.

H/EE/HD = Dov ben-Abba: The Meridian Hebrew/English English/Hebrew Dictionary.