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Wednesday, 4 November 2009

This Gusty Spirit Of Melos

This Gusty Spirit Of Melos
Aristotle used the word melos to spell out the riveting power of incantations, honorable as Ezra Shake used the uncommunicative enunciation melopoeia to characterize words that "are charged, better and excellent their plain meaning, with some pleasant assurance, which directs the path or prodigy of that meaning."* In quiet, melos is a charm whose rhythms grasp the power to oblige an unintentional physical retort.*

Of Greek origin, melos feature "MUSIC," the "space-time of rhyme."+ As a magic word, the name Melos appears in the amulet parchments of Abyssinian Christianity and other Ethiopian magic texts. The name refers to "THE Angst-ridden SWORD OF Drive" that descends from "THE Gate OF Radiance," a coded give an estimate to Christ in Abyssinian liturgical texts.

Sovereign Solomon, who figured water supply in Ethiopian mythology, is assumed to grasp leisurely Melos to be a magic word. Good word that Melos is a form of the name Solomon. Solomon spelled backwards is Nomolos, which shortens to Molos and thus Melos. (Unique All the rage Transformation IS NEMLOS. ) Certified scholars suggest that Melos is a coded give an estimate to Sovereign Solomon in the Abyssinian liturgical texts.P

* Adalaide Kirby Morris, How to Live/What to Do (2003)

* Elliott Anderson, The Little Magazine in America (1978)

* Phillip Tovey, Inculturation of Christian Adore (2004)

* Alois Grillmeier, Christ in Christian Ritual (1975)

* Georg Gerster, Churches in Pearl (1970)

BY HALLIE FLANAGAN, Line of work (1965)

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