The "Son of Man" (Huios Anthropou) = Bil<am

"the Son of Man ..., coming in the clouds of Heaven." (Matthew 24:30; cf. Matthew 26:64; Mark 14:62)

"the clouds that covered" Bil<am (LB, p. 473)

"as Mos^eh lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so shall the Son of Man be lifted up." (John 3:14; cf. 8:28 & 12:34)

Bil<am: "his bones ... from them arose several species of harmful snakes ...; and even the worms that devoured his flesh were turned into snakes." (loc. cit.)

>abra-m is the adverbial form of a word (>ebrah "feather")

Bil<a-m is the adverbial form of a name (Bela<, the name of a city)

Stones are descendants of Abram (Luke 3:8) [Allusion to the stone feathers of the Aztec eagle-god? Cf. the climbing to the eagle's eyrie-nest in The Naked Man.]

Bil<am mentioned (B-MDBR 24:21) a "nest" (qen).

Associated with the "Son of Man" is the "Antient of Days" (DNY>L 7:13).

Associated with Bil<am is Balaq.

Table at marriage-feast [of the Son of Man ?] (Matthew 22).

>li^-<ezer the servant of >abram (Luke 16:23-24) stayed under the king's table (Luke 16:21), as did the 70 of >doni^-bezeq (S^PT.YM 1:7; cf. Matthew 15:27).

LB = Louis Ginzberg: Legends of the Bible.