Sunday, July 19, 2015

The Book M - I. Chapter


I

    Serapis!
    The Sacred Bull!
    The Sun in the Taurus!
    The Soul of Osiris!
    The Sacred Serpent!
    The Retiring of the Bull!
    Every twenty-five years,
    Crescent and Star and the Sun!

Labyrinth!

The prevailing fashion or style at a particular time, prove more powerful; be victorious!

Be widespread or current, persuade to do something.

    Before, have power, a number of people or things in a more or loss straight line.

A difficult task, to forming a line!

    In succession, travel by this way:
    Engage in the sport of rowing.
Complete the course of a boat race with little effort.


    A spell of Rowing:
    A flat piece hinged vertically near the stem of a boat for steering,
    A vertical aerofoil pivoted from the tail plane of an aircraft for controlling movement about the vertical axis.
    A pole with a flat blade, used to row or steer a boat through the water.

Give, an opinion without being asked.

    A large tree which bears acorns and has lobed leaves and hard durably wood,
    Denoting the amount of land a yoke of oxen could plough in a day,
    Shut the outer door of one's room as a sign that one does not wish to be disturbed.

Drive or push forwards!
Drive in the particular situation.
Forward to drive!

Write or name, the letters that form in connect sequence.
Make up a form.

Be sign of, lead to!

Explain something simply and in detail, a short period of time, a period of rest from work.

Take someone's place in order to allow them to rest briefly.
Take the place of!

A manner of doing something, make into a particular form or article to a certain extent but not perfectly, in a manner similar to: do, make!

Emitting light as a result of being heated, containing a filament which glows white-hot, when heated by a current passed through it.
   
Extremely angry!

Glow with heat!

A supreme ruler of this people:
Quecthua!
Lord, royal person,
Delight, charm!

Put under a spell, in sing; the herb used by Circe to charm Odysseus' companions.

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