Ero[t]s = Yes^uwa< Mas^yah

Why did Iesous laugh? [this Basilidean doctrine of the laughter of Iesous]

What was the aftermath of Iesous being transmuted into the Khristos by Maria Magdalene, when she applied the Stygian-like ointment to his Akhilleus-like feet?

In which way was it similar to the aftermath of the application of lamp-oil by the demi-goddess Psukhe to the face of the sleeping Ero[t]s? (Apuleius: The Golden Ass -- Ps)

When Iesous said "I and My Father are one" (John 10:30) did he not mean that they were at unison in laughter? -- His Father, "He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh" (THLYM 2:4).

The name of the father of Ero[t]s was KHA[H]Os (in Hellenic "gape", scil. in amazement; but cognate with Samskr.ta HASA "laughter").

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How is the face of Erot- similar to the feet of the Khristos?

What is the significance of the paian in the Odes of S^lomoh, wherein "His head went down to His feet" (OS 23:14) to form a wheel?

How is it connected with the 5-fold bond tying together the head and feet of the god WSI,R (Osiris)?

Given the assignment of alphabet-letters to the bodily members, is this not a signification of "I am Alpha and O-mega"?

How is this similar to the iynx-like wheel whereon was bound Ixion? -- Is this like unto the Labarum (labrys) of Constantine?

contrast with the inebriation [Aztec]of the 400 rabbits

Granting that the name of [W]IKSIoN is cognate with that of VIsvaKSENa (as described in the Pan~ca-ratra), is it not sufficiently evident that he, as parama-purus.a ("Supreme Being") going about on earth incognito, could not have undergone any vicissitude other than what was entirely to his own liking?

When Iesous felt a compulsion to prove (by miracles) his own divinity, and thereby wheedled the reluctant Ro^mamti^-<ezer (Roman people) into crucifying him, did he not laugh with joy?

Because of the Hellenic signification for Khaos, is not "gaping" mentioned by ARNoBius (A 2:32)?

>ibri^ >ARNeBet "rabbit" is the Cherokee "Br'er Rabbit" who laughed (when he had succeeded in

Yo^tam tricked and escaped (S^PT.YM 9:21) his would-be captors by mentioning (ibid. 9:14-15) the bramble, which was (ibid. 8:16) as sukko^t ("shelters").

tricking and escaping his captors into by deceiving them into putting him into the shelter of a briar-patch).

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the 3 Maria-s

Iesous is symbolized by a fish (is His Mother likewise?).

Ero[t]s & his mother became fishes, in the river Orontes (Huginos: Astronomike 2:30; Ovidius: Fasti 2:458 -- E)

Iesous is married to Maria Magdalene (rosy?).

Ero[t]s is married to (Nonnos, Dionysiake 32:46 -- E) Rhodope ("rose-face") [= Psukhe ?].

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