Tryambaka Triophthalmos Triformis – The Three Eyes Of The Indo-European Sky Father As Seen Through Vedic & Hellenic Perspective

Tonight [the 11th of March 2021 at time of writing] marks the observance of MahaShivRatri - a Night dedicated to the worship of that Great God, Lord Shiva - the Indo-European Sky Father. Known to the Hindus as Rudra Shiva, the Norse as Odin, the Greeks as Zeus - and by half a hundred other … Continue reading Tryambaka Triophthalmos Triformis – The Three Eyes Of The Indo-European Sky Father As Seen Through Vedic & Hellenic Perspective

Neb(h) – Neptune – Sky As Sea Unending

Proto-Indo-European Neb(h) - Moist/Cloudy This gives us "Nebula", "Nabhas", "Nebel", "Nifl"Terms for Clouds, Mists, Waters-Of-The-SkiesAnd "Njola" - 'Night/Darkness' in Old Norse. It may also underlie "Neptune" - althoughmany argue that "Nepots" ['Descendant -like Nephew or Nepotism] is more accurate. I suspect that it may be both: Neb & NepotsFor Neptune/Poseidon, Ouranos, Varuna -These are all … Continue reading Neb(h) – Neptune – Sky As Sea Unending

Swear By The Sea, Swear By The Stars, Swear By The Sky – On The Mytholinguistics Of Varuna Neptune Ouranos

Within the realms of Indo-European mytho-theology, there are some areas wherein the paths of connectivity grow dark, occluded, hidden amidst the mists of time and conceptual space. This does not mean that they are not there - only that we aren't sure what the precise course of their path may be. And in the absence … Continue reading Swear By The Sea, Swear By The Stars, Swear By The Sky – On The Mytholinguistics Of Varuna Neptune Ouranos