Iesous Khristos

Phaon = Bhava = BIL.GAMES^ = Iesous Khristos

EN.KI.DU = Thomas

Hermes = Ioannes ho Apostolos

Phaon "was a boatman at Mytilene, and already at an advanced age" ("Ph").

This PHA[W]on is evidently BHAVa, while

his "Aphrodite" is Bhavani (as described in the Puran.a) --

if the "myrrh" ("AL:Ph") be aequivalent to [the luminous metal Hat.aka mentioned in the Puran.a, and also to] the SANDALwood of SANDAL-po^n.

"Ph" = "Phaon"

"AL:Ph" = "Aphrodite Loves : Phaon"

The myth of Phaon, involving his receiving and applying the divine myrrh, is more similar to the Euangelion story of pretious ointment of spikenard (Euangelion of Markos 14:3; Euangelion of Ioannes 12:3) in the context of "Me ye have not alway" (Euangelion of Matthaios 26:11).

The Sumerian/Akkadian aequivalent to Phaon (whose old age was eliminated) is SI.LU.IGI/Ur-s^anabi, who navigated the ship of BIL.GAMES^/Gilgames^ when the rejuvenating herb was acquired (from ZI.USUD.RA/Ut-napis^-tim) to eliminate old age. With EN.KI.DU, whose hand became jambed in the door, cf. "Thomas of the Ever-Living Hand".


during sexual intercourse with Bhavani

generated Hat.aka worn by concubines


from whore-goddess Aphrodite

received rejuvenating myrrh

Iesous became titled Khristos ('anOINTed') when he

from whore Maria Madgalene

received OINTment of spikenard


in dealing with ale-goddess Siduri

received a rejuvenating herb


in dealing with mead-goddess Gunn-lo,d

received the gift of poe:tic talent

Bhavani and her husband (Bhava) are located in Vi-tala (, i.e. in Italia. (This would indicate a relationship with Rama = Roma, and with Ravana = Ravenna.)

Is the "a white stone, and in the stone a new name written " (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 2:17 -- relevant to the Leukadian ('White') Rock of the Sapphoi of Phaon? Is this furthermore "the White Rock (leukas petre)" (Odusseia 24.1 sq -- encountred in the journey to the abode for souls of the dead?

[written July c. 28th 2012]


If Phaon be aequated with Iesous Khristos, then Iesous Khristos certainly cannot be also identified with Hermes the Good Shepherd. Hermes the Good Shepherd may, however, be aequated Ioannes ho Apostolos, who was instructed, "Feed my sheep" (Euangelion of Ioannes 21:17 --

Priscillianist Acts of Ioannes/Iohannes (

(24) Kleopatra "kissed John's feet".

Kleopatra was sister to (GM 150.l) the Boreades (Kalai:s and Zetes) "who had wings on head and feet" (Huginos : Fabulae 14 -- "NO"), as likewise did Hermes.

(48) "John, having seen in a dream"

Hermes "lulls men’s eyes for him, at his pleasure, or awakens others when they slumber." (Odusseia 5:4 -- "HG:S")

{49) "bearing a sickle that thirsteth for blood."

Perseus "received from Hermes a sickle made of adamant." (A:B 2.37 -- "HT:B") With this "curved blade" of Hermes, Perseus slew the Aithiopian Ekhemon (O:M 5.176 -- "HT:B").

(91) "hath many faces".

With the square-pillar representation of Hermes, cf. the square-pillar representation of [Latin god] Quadrifrons, who hath 4 faces.

(92) "feigning to sleep"

Hermes did not sleep when Argos Pan-optes did.

(93) "when I walked with him, I desired to see the print of his foot, whether it appeared on the earth; for I saw him as it were lifting himself up from the earth : and I never saw it."

Winged sandals of Hermes enabled him to walk above the earth's surface without stepping onto it[; these sandals he lent to Perseus].

(94) "the lawless ..., who also were governed by (had their law from) the lawless serpent". {cf. heavenly serpent who overawed Hermes in the Poimandres}

"Typhoeus; ... up from his shoulders there grew a hundred snake heads" (Hesiodos : Theogonia 820 sq -- "T") : from him Hermes hid (O:M 5.319 sq -- "HM:T") {Tuphoeus = [Zend] Az^i Dahaka (Zohhak in the S^ah Nameh)}

(95) "A house I have not, and I have houses. "

Hermes caused Oreiad nymph Khelone "to carry her house on her back. (Serv. ad Aen. i. 509.)" ("NKh")

(97) is spoken to "in the midst of the cave".

Hermes was spoken to in "the deep-shadowed cave" (Homeros : Hymn 4 to Hermes -- "HM:Th(HH)" III)

(100) "them that are outside the mystery despise".

"the Mysteries established by Hermes" (STAA, p. 37).

(101) "Logos"

In Stoic doctrine, "Hermes is the logos" (Theo. Graec. 16 -- B&R, p. 136).

(XV) "some straight rods ... were turned into gold."

Hermes hath "a splendid staff of riches and wealth : it is of gold". (Homeros : Hymn 4 to Hermes 528 sq -- "HT:HR")

(XVI) The rich "guard their houses against thieves. .., for which they [the rich] shall suffer eternal punishment."

Hermes is god of thieves ("HG:Th").

(XVII) enableth to "rise from the dead" to an afterlife in "the kingdom that was prepared for you, and the dwellingplaces builded of shining stones, full of joy, of feasting and delights, full of everlasting life and eternal light : ... the places full of unfading flowers, shining,

Hermes guided the souls of the dead to the Asphodel Fields (Odusseia 24:1 sq).

full of the sounds of instruments of music "

Hermes was inventor of musical instruments (A:B 3.113 -- "HM:IL").

(XX)"whose name the serpent hearing is still, the dragon fleeth, the viper is quiet".

The kerukeion of Hermes had two serpents (Huginos : Astronomike 2.7 -- "HG:H").

(XXI) his "coat" was "cast ... upon the bodies of the dead". {cf. report by Herodotos about mummifier-men having sexual intercourse with women's corpses} [(74) "Callimachus avowed this to many, saying : If she will not consent to me when living, she shall be outraged when dead."]

Hermes "strewed some newly stripped hides along the road, on which she slipped as she was returning from the spring. He then raped her." (A:B 3.14 -- "HL:A")

"NO" =

A:B = Apollodoros : Bibliotheke.

O:M = Ovidius : Metamorphoses.

"HG:S" =

"HT:B" =

"T" =

"HM:T" =

"NKh" =

"HM:Th(HH)" =

STAA = Manly P. Hall : The Secret Teachings of All Ages. 1928.

B&R = A. J. M. Wedderburn : Baptism and Resurrection. WISSENSCHAFTLICHE UNTERSUCHUNGEN ZUM NEUEN TESTAMENT 44. Tu:bingen, 1987.

"HT:HR" =

"HG:Th" =

"HG:GD" =

"HM:IL" =

"HG:H" =

"HL:A" =

There is a distinction drawn amongst the 3 persons of the Iesous-trinity : human, "Lord", and "Logos". The human = Phaon; "Logos" = Hermes; and "Lord" = Heraklees. This last is thus :-

{cf. the "7 Sleepers of Ephesos"?}

The two Ephesian Kerkopes "robbed ... of ... sleep"

"He that keepeth Yis`ra>el shall neither slumber nor sleep." (Thilli^m 121:4)

[Acts of Ioannes 90] concerning the personality addressed as "Lord" : "his hinder parts : and I saw that he was not in any wise clad with garments, but was seen of us naked".

Heraklees, for they viewed his bared buttocks (GM 136.c).

The bare "hinder parts" of YHWH were viewed by Mos^eh (on mt. Sinay). (S^emo^t 33:20-3)

GM = Robert Graves : The Greek Myths. 1955.

Germanic aequivalent to the Hellenic



Forseti steered a ship through the waters, using as rudder a golden-headed axe.

A certain man lost his axe in the waters; to replace it, Hermes brought to him a golden-headed axe (Aisopos : Fables 474 (from Chambry 253) -- "MH:FA" V).

"MH:FA" =

[written July 29th-30th, 2012]