Dio-nusos---------------------------------------------------------Yes^uwa< Ms^iyah.

humans have a divine spark within them, in the very ashes from which they were formed; and that this divine spark is Dio-nusos http://www.belinus.co.uk/mythology/Dionysus.htm

Christ within each person as the "Inner Light" (according to George Fox, etc.)

Dio-nusos was identified with the lamb, and called
"King of Kings,"
"Only Begotten Son,"
"Savior,"
"Redeemer,"
"Sin bearer,"
"Anointed One," the
"Alpha and Omega."

http://www.medmalexperts.com/POCM/pagan_christs_dionysus.html

ditto, for Christ

   

thursos, the Dionusiac wand

lu^lab {whence were named with the Lullu-bi of Kurdistan ?}, the palm-branch of Palm-Sunday

bronze rattles of nurses of Dio-nusos (Ploutarkhos: Quaestiones Convivales 4.6.1-2)

Christian church-bells

   

Persephone, the mortal human ever-virgin mother of Zagreus (the only-begotten Son of the Living God), was guarded by "two serpents" http://www.belinus.co.uk/mythology/Dionysus.htm

Kerukeion (Caduceus, in Latin), the two-serpents wand of Hermes (Jeremy Narby [translated from the French by Jon Christensen]: The Cosmic Serpent. Putnam Penguin, NY, 1998. p. 187, n. 16), the planet "Mercury", which planet is the "morning star" given [to be held ?] in Revelation of St. John the Divine 2:28.

Zagreus: His head is crowned with serpents. When the flesh was boiled, they began roasting it over the fire on seven spits; until they had eaten the flesh of Dio-nusos.

http://www.belinus.co.uk/mythology/Dionysus.htm

"As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up." (John 3:14)

"Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no life in you." (John 6:53)

This sacramental Mass was turned into a burnt offering exuding smoke (loc. cit.). Such was the demise of Zagreus while he was as yet a child. N.B.: a toy of Zagreus was the mirror.

The blue-serpent-scepter-holding (Codex Borgia, p. 17) [black form of] Tezcatli-poca "mirror smoke", aequivalent to the praehistoric "Olmec" [effigies of] the smoke-footed split-headed infant.

Another of the toys of Zagreus was the rotating "top".

Tezcatli-poca was said to be have become a constellation known to Europeans as the "Bear" [the "lesser Bear" ("Ursa Minor") whirling about like a rotating "top" (Latin turba, the namesake of the alchemical book Turba Philosophorum)].

Zagreus was "born again" as Dio-nusos.

"born again" Christian (John 3:3)

Dio-nusos originated from heart of Zagreus (Euanthes: On Homer 2.735).

"Sacred Heart" [repraesenting the remains of the "Son of Man" ?] retained by Jesus.

Alternatively, it was from a severed limb (leg ?) [rather than heart] of Zagreus that he was said to have survived through.

mirror-smoke-foot of Tezcatli-poca

Dio-nusos was constantly attended by lions and panthers and lynxes. (Nonnos: Dionysiaca 6:296; Ovidius: Metamorphoses 9:391-417.)

The father of Jesus was a panther (Contra Celsum 1.32). {Compare the leopard-emblem at the mirror-smoke-foot of Tezcatli-poca (Codex Borgia, p. 17).}

Dio-nusos transformed women into bat-rodents (Hesiodos: Catalogues of Women 84).

As a child, Jesus Christ created the first bat-rodents (according to Wahab)

http://www.truthnet.org/Islam/MuslimChrist/4/

Dio-nusos transmuted water into wine (Pausanias: Description of Greece, 6. 26.1-2)

Jesus transmuted water into wine (John 2:1-11).

Ampelios, Dionusos as grape-vine (Nonnos: Dionysiaca 10:175).

Jesus is called "the true vine" (John 15:1).

"lover of peace" (Euripides: Bakkhai 500).

"My peace I give unto you" (John 14:27)

Cut down fig-tree http://www.liminalityland.com/dionysus.htm

killed fig-tree (Mark 11:12-14; Matthew 21:19).

Miracle in boat (Homeric Hymn 7)

Miracle in boat (Matthew 8:24-27)

Dio-nusos rode on ass (Hyginus: Poetica Astronomica 2.23)

Rode on ass (Matthew 21:5)

Dio-nusos had said, "Nothing can touch me that is not ordained." (Bakkhai 602)

Jesus says to Pilate, "You would have no authority at all over me, had it not been granted you from above." (John 19:11)

Dio-nusos had said to Pentheus, "You know not what you are doing, nor what you are saying, not who you are." (Bakkhai 592)

Jesus said of his persecutors, "They know not what they are doing," (Luke 23:34)

The Scholion on Iliad 19.319 adds that Perseus killed Dionusos by hanging, and then threw his body into the lake at Lerne. Perseus was son-in-law to chair-seated Kassiopeia --similar to the chair-seated Ijo. priestessís soul in river (TND, p. 34).

Jesus Christ was killed by being hanged upon the Holy Rood. Christians die with Christ at baptism, and are buried in the baptismal font.

In that lake at Lerne, Dio-nusos descended into Hades (Pausanias: Guide to Greece 2.32.2).

At death, Jesus [viz., his phantom ?] descended to where the spirits of the dead were in imprisoned (1 Peter 3:18; Nicaean Creed).

Dio-nusos conducted a dance (Orphic Hymn 46).

While his phantom was being crucified, Jesus conducted a dance (Acts of John).

The protagonist of Dio-nusos was Lukourgos "wolf-work".

The protagonist of Jesus was Paul, of the tribe of Bin-yamin (Romans 11:1; Philippians 3:5), emblem of which is the wolf (BRS^YT 49:27).

After her ascension [through his ministrations] into heaven, his mother became entitled, as Thuone, "queen of heaven" (Apollodoros: Library 3.5.3).

After her bodily ascension into heaven, his mother Mary became entitled as "Queen of Heaven".

Dio-nusos was "wrathful in the extreme." (Orphic Hymn 45)

"wrath of the Lamb" (Revelation of St. John the Divine 6:16)

http://sannion.bravepages.com/Ivy_covered_Cross.html

TND = P. Amaury Talbot: The Tribes of the Niger Delta. 1932.

etymologically, there are a connections of:--

THURsos, the scepter carried by devotees of Dio-nusos, the only long-haired male god of the Hellenes.

DHUR-jat.i "burden of matted hair" (one of the 1116 number-gods in the Linga Puran.a). {Jesus, as born in Nazareth, will have been a Nazir, the Rule of whose Order included (B-MDBR 6:5) prohibition from cutting one's hair }

Dio-nusos advocated worship of +Kubele (Euripides: Bakkhai 72-90), [alius dicta +KUBEBE].

KU[g]-BABA the barmaid (mythic queen mentioned in the Sumerian King-List, translated by Thorkild Jacobsen).

   

Dio-nusos is so-named on account of his having been sent to, and reared during childhood in, the mountain named after his female nurse, Nusa < *NUDHya

NO^D (B-R>S^YT 4:16) was the land to which was exile Qayin. The meaning of No^d is "vagrancy", repraesented by the detour by Mary the Mother of God to Egypt.

This *NUDHya may be cognate with the Irish NUADu, wounded in the hand; and with Welsh NWYTHon.

Jesus showed his own wounded hand [to St. Thomas] (John 20:27). The descendant of Qayin slew a young man "to my wounding" (B-R>S^YT 4:23). {Please do note use of the pronoun "my" as if in the soliloquous epics of the Ainu, who "consistently use first-person narration" -- Songs of Gods, Songs of Humans, p. 26.}

"Spider Goddess transforms herself into a stalk of reed" SGSH, p. 80, fn. 3 UWE- "prose" (ibid.).

The meaning of "Qayin" is "reed": is this the "reed shaken by the wind" (Luke 7:24) referred to John the Baptist? If so, is that "wind" the day 9 Ehecatl ("9 Wind"), birthdate of Topiltzin Quetzal-coatl? Are the ass-ears of Phrugian Midas and of Z^an-z^un Uye involved? UYE ascended (via a spider-web according to Joseph Francis Rock), and the reed whispered of the ass-ears.

Spider Goddess [on account of the thread of a spider being likened to thread passed through a needle's eye] used "Needle Boy" (ibid., p. 81) to jab in the rump her [prospective] husband.

Jesus focused on need to "pass through the eye of a needle" as requisite for salvation (Mark 10:25; Matthew 19:24; Luke 18:25). Cf. the impressions of his buttocks left by Quetzal-coatl in the rock.

She used "Hornet Boy" (loc. cit.) to sting her [prospective] husband.

Yes^uwa< is likenable to Yho^s^u^w<a, who was asisted by "the hornet" (YHS^W< 24:12).

She also used "Viper Boy" (loc. cit.) to bite on his hand her [prospective] husband.

St. John the Baptist spake: "Ye generation of vipers" (Matthew 3:7; Luke 3:7).

She used "Pestle Boy" (loc. cit) and "Mortar Boy" (ibid., p. 82) to murder her [prospective] husband. {The extermination of humans by revolted animated pestle & mortar in Quiche` & Quechua mythologies is interpretable as figure of speech for peasant revolts.}

Jesus Christ is suspected of having plotted a [forestalled] peasant-uprising.

Spider Goddess carried on her back the Holy Cross (as depicted in numerous effigies from North American pyramids).

http://www.angelfire.com/zine/meso/meso/brotherston.txt

Jesus carried on his back the Holy Cross along the Dolorous Way.

Waterspider Goddess carried on her back the fire (according to the Cherokee). (James Mooney: Cherokee Myths.) http://www.earthbow.com/native/cherokee/fire.htm

Fiery Cross (of the Ku Klux Klan, a Christian confraternity practicing "charity toward all and malice toward none").

KuKulCan (abbreviable as KKC ?) is a Yucatec god resembling Jesus Christ, and aequivalent to the Aztec Quetzal-coatl, who was born in the year 1 Acatl ("1 Reed").

The Ku Klux Klan, abbreviated KKK, is also known as the Ku Klux Clan, abbreviated KKC.

SGSH = Donald L. Philippi: Songs of Gods, Songs of Humans. U. of Tokyo Pr, 1979..

god is willingly killed and eaten, thereupon rising from the dead

"he allows "himself," as tapir, to be hunted and killed ... this death does not harm the shaman's own self, and he can repeat" (VS, p.288).

"His familiar aroe cause his soul ... to enter, a tapir (or wild pig or dourado or surubim ...), and to run with the transformed shaman through the forest to where the hunters are ... and that hunter, if able, shoots the easy target. ... one hits it with an arrow or club, and ... The aroe remove the shaman's soul from the tapir's body" (VS, p. 299).

"The aroe shaman is then transformed into a very tiny fish, who leads the large ones into the fisher's nets and traps." (VS, p. 300)

VS = Jon Christopher Crocker: Vital Souls. The U. of AZ Pr, Tucson, 1985.