Origin of the 2 Eucharists

the reason for the eucharist in two kinds is :

Hiran.ya-kas`ipu’s corpse :

the eucharist :

Nara-simha devoured the flesh;

the flesh = wafer, eaten by the laity;

the Mari goddesses quaffed the blood.

the blood = wine, quaffed by clergy (originally clergy of Maryam).

Nara-simha = Amuthaon

Nara-simha emerged from a pillar.

Toppled by S^ims^o^n, the ‘pillar’ (Strong’s 5982) <AMUD

AMUTHaon, whose wife was ("A-Ant") Aglaia, one of (HTh 945 -- GM 105.5) the three Kharites who


S^ims^o^n’s hair was shorn from his head

provide (GM 105.h) a "head of hair."

The blood of Hiran.ya-kas`ipu was all lapped up by the MARI goddesses.

The 3 MARYam women were praesent at the blood-letting crucifixion.

Amuthaon was praesent where (at Lemnos) the men were slain (VF 2:162 -- "A") by their own women.

"A-Ant" = http://www.maicar.com/GML/002GG/ggAlthepus.html

HTh = Hesiodos : Theogonia.

GM = Robert Graves : The Greek Myths. 1955.

VF = Valerius Flaccus.

Kirtti-mukha = Paulos = Teiresias

a serpent was wrapped around the Persian Zrvan Daregho-cvadhata, God of Time.

Paulos was (on Malta) harmlessly bitten by a viper.

long-lived Teiresias viewed snakes.

God "of Time" (HT, p. 327) Kirtti-mukha is depicted on the fac,ades of temples.

Paulos escaped over the city-wall of Dimas`q.

Teiresias counseled escape from the city Thebai on account of its "walls" (GM 107.b).

Kirtti-mukha (‘Renown-mouth’) is figured as lion-god’s separate head.

Paulos : "as his head struck the earth it bounced three times and


at every meeting with the earth gushed forth a spring of sweet water." (AMMB, p. 346)

Teiresias died at the water-spring Telphousa (CDCM, s.v. "Tiresias")

HT = Stella Kramrisch : The Hindu Temple. U of Calcutta, 1946. http://books.google.com/books?id=8-aS52MgIkMC&pg=PA327&lpg=PA327&dq=

AMMB = Harriet-Louise H. Patterson : Around the Mediterranean with My Bible. Philadelphia : the Judson Pr, 1948. http://www.archive.org/stream/aroundthemediter000103mbp/aroundthemediter000103mbp_djvu.txt

CDCM = Pierre Grimal : A Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology. 1990.

The name Telphousa/Tilphoussa may be derived from earlier *THeLPHou-/*THiLPHou-, aequivalent to Skt *GHaLBH-/*GHiLBH-, <arabi^ QaLaBa ‘to tip, tilt over, topple over’ (alluding to the pillar toppled by S^ims^o^n?)