Poseidon = Yes^uwa<

Poseidon became a ram, so as (Hyginus 188 -- http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/PoseidonLoves2.html#Theophane) to beget the ram Khryso-mallos 'golden fleece' on Theo-phane : cf. "the lamb of God, who taketh away the sin of the world".

Poseidon produceth earthquakes (as, e.g., "Earth-Shaker" Iliad 20 -- http://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/Greek/Iliad20.htm) in general, and also particular ones (at, e.g., Tainaron, Pausanias 7:25:3) : cf. "so mighty an earthquake and so great" accompanying Iesous at Golgotha.

At Troizenos, Poseidon Phutalmios ('Nurturer') sent brine "(halme) reaching the seeds and the roots of the plants (phyta)" (Pausanias 2:32:8 -- http://www.theoi.com/Cult/PoseidonCult.html#General). In order for a plant to be "nurtured" by salty brine, that plant would needs be something like a coconut-palm-tree, the shell-contained white nut whereof is reminiscent of the skull (cf. Golgotha)-contained brain (so significant in the theology of the Peratai, as likewise in the theology of the Zohar), i.e., of the spirah 'White Head' (of the Zohar), cf. white-headed (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 1:14) 'Ancient of Days'.

In a myth known in various Polynesian islands (Tahiti, Samoa, Tona, Manaia -- HM, p. 103) an eel-god's head (but in San Cristoval myth [HM, p. 104] a snake-goddess's head; and in Kiribati myth [PaM, s.v. "Neititua Abine"], a lightning-eyed goddess's head -- with "lightning" for "electric eel"?) became the first coconut-palm-tree. The eel-god had taught sexual intercourse to goddess *Sina; and how to engage in sexual intercourse is expounded in the KOKa s`astra : /KOKa/ = KAUKon son of (http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/PoseidonLoves2.html) Poseidon. According to Thai myth, there was (PaM, s.v. "Eel 1") "in the river Kok a white eel ... as long as a palm tree is tall." Feasting on the flesh of this white eel "was followed after nightfall by terrible earthquakes" : cf. the earthquakes caused by Poseidon.

Apokalupsis of Ioannes 1:14 http://biblehub.com/revelation/1-14.htm

HM = Martha Beckwith : Hawaiian Mythology. Yale Univ Pr, 1940.

PaM = Jan Knappert : [An Encyclopedia of] Pacific Mythology. Aquarian Pr, 1992.

An island belonging to (Strabon 8:6:14; Pausanias 2:33:2 -- http://www.theoi.com/Cult/PoseidonCult.html#General) Poseidon is Kalaureia : cf. /kalaur-ophis/ = /bakteri-ophis/ (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dkalauro%2Ffis) 'rod-snake', e.g. that of Mos^eh : "as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so shall the Son of Man be lifted up".

Poseidon's son walked on water : cf. on Sea of Galilaia.

Poseidon married Halia (/hal-s/ 'salt') = the wife (who became a pillar of salt) of Lowt. (Strong's 3876 = Strong's 3875 'veil'). Said 'veil' would be "the much-coveted veil of Harmonia" (MAG&R, p. 278) : because it had been seized by Alkmaion, therefore its seizer's name will have been changed to itself (whence, the name /Lowt./ as aequivalent to "Alkmaion"). Arsi-no:e, who "suffered a painful death" ( MAG&R, p. 280) for the sake of her husband Alkmaion, could be aequivalent to the wife (who suffered being licked "all day long" -- LB, p. 118) of Lowt. -- so that to "become as sounding brass or the tinkling cymbal" where "cymbals ... resound" (LB, p. 118) in the valley of S`iddiym, could be referred to "unspeakable joy" (MAG&R, p. 278) in the valley of Akheloios. The "veil woven by Harmonia in Dion.[usiaka] 41.295" (NPC, p. 125) is likened (NPC, p. 125, fn. 11) to Dionusos's shield, "decorated with stars" (NPC, p. 126) : this could be considered as involving "the star, which they saw" (Euangelion kata Matthaios 2:9), followed by the "magoi", in the context of the designation of "magos" (Pulpit Commentary on Acts 13:3; Strong's 3097) for Bar-Iesous.

The daughter of Poseidon and of Halia is Rhodos ('rose-blossom') : thus indicating that the rose must be assigned as emblem (not to the mother of I.Kh., but instead) to the daughter of Maria Magdalene (who is wife of Iesous Khristos). Bar-Iesous, if considered to be son of Iesous Khristos and of Maria Magdalene, must be one of the TELKHiN-es (whose collective name is apparently cognate with that of the Vaidik group /KALaKHaN-ja-s/). Bar-Iesous is also known as (13:8) /Elumas/ (Strong's 1681), a name indicating /Elumos/ (DCM, s.v. "Elymus"). Elumos is son of Ankhises, whose lameness (DCM, s.v. "Anchises", p. 41a) may confirm Iesous Khristos (whose lameness is was that hindred him -- according to the Eastern-Orthodox-Church doctrine -- from carrying his own stauros) to the paternity of Bar-Iesous. And because S^a>uwl was supposedly renamed /Paulos/ on account of Sergios Paulos (mentioned in 13:7 as employer of Bar-Iesous), it will be recognized that Pa<ul ho apostolos is likewise a covert agent (i.e., secret apostle) of (instead of I.Kh.) Bar-Iesous.

MAG&R = E. M. Berens : The Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome. London : Blackie & Son, 1880. https://books.google.com/books?id=_NcDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA278&lpg=PA278&dq=

LB = Louis Ginzberg : Legends of the Bible. Konecky & Konecky.

NPC = Maria Ypsilanti : "Aspects of Darkness and Light in the Metabole". In :- Konstantinos Spanoudakis (ed.) Nonnus of Panopolis in Context. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 2014. pp. 123-37. https://books.google.com/books?id=rYoYCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA125&lpg=PA125&dq=

Pulpit Commentary http://biblehub.com/acts/13-6.htm

[written Febr 2016]