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I know a HAWK from a *HANDSAW*
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Arthur Neuendorffer
2021-03-01 18:20:54 UTC
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. . . . Psalms 46
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The Lord of hosts is with v[S]; the God of Iacob is our refuge.

Come, be[H]old the workes of the Lord,
what desol[A]tions hee hath made in the earth.

He ma[K]eth warres to cease vnto the end of th[E] earth:
hee breaketh the bow, and cutteth the {SPEARE} in sunder,
he burneth the chariot in the fire.

Be stil, and know that I am God: I will bee exalted
among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.
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. . . . . . . . . . . . <= 31 =>
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. T. heLordofhostsiswi. t h v[S]t .heG. odofI
. a. cobisourrefugeCom. e b e[H]o .ldt. hewor
. k. esoftheLordwhatde {S O L[A]T} ion. sheeh
. a. thmadeintheearthH. e m a[K]e .thw. arres
. t. oceasevntotheendo. f t h[E]e .art. hheeb
. r. eakeththebowandcu. t t e t h .the {SPEAR
. E} insunderheburneth. t h e c h .ari. otint
. h. efireBestilandkno. w t h a t .Iam. GodIw
. i. llbeeexaltedamong. t h e h e .ath. enIwi
. l. lbeexaltedintheea. r t h.
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[SHAKE] 31 : Prob. in Psalm 46 ~ 1 in 85
{TALOS} -1
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. {T}o life againe, to heare thy *BUSKIN* tread,
. {A}nd [SHAKE] a *STAGE* : Or, when thy *SOCKES* were on,
. {L}eave thee alone, for the comparison
. {O}f all, that *INSOLENT GREECE*, or haughtie Rome
. {S}ent forth, or since did from their ashes come.

. probability of {TALOS} ~ 1/1,235
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<<In *GREEK* mythology, {TALOS} was a man of *BRASS*,
the work of Hephaestos (Vulcan), who went round the
island of CRETE thrice a day. WhenEVER he saw a *STrAnGEr*
draw near the island he either threw boulders at them
or he made himself red-hot, and embraced the *STrAnGEr*.
When Jason & the Argonauts escaped to CRETE with the GOLDen
Fleece Medea was able to remove the plug on *{TALOS}' ANKLE*
such that the ICHOR, his life force, FLOWED out of him.>>
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talos_(inventor)

<<{TALOS} (Ancient Greek: Τάλως Talōs) was a mythological Greek inventor. He is probably Perdix and nephew of Daedalus [Arthur Golding?]. According to Ovid, {TALOS}/Perdix used a fish spine as the prototype of the *SAW*. Daedalus was so jealous of the invention that he tried to murder him, but Athena intervened and turned {TALOS}/Perdix into a partridge to save his life. According to Ovid, that partridge later watched the death and burial of Icarus with glee. Bruegel's (c. 1560) _Landscape with the Fall of Icarus_ includes a partridge on a tree, presumably representing the transformed {TALOS}.>>
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HAMLET: I am but mad north-north-west: when the wind
. . is southerly I know a HAWK from a *HANDSAW*.
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Art Neuendorffer
Dim Witte
2021-03-02 06:08:10 UTC
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On Mon, 1 Mar 2021 10:20:54 -0800 (PST), Arthur Neuendorffer
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
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. . . . Psalms 46
.
The Lord of hosts is with v[S]; the God of Iacob is our refuge.
Come, be[H]old the workes of the Lord,
what desol[A]tions hee hath made in the earth.
hee breaketh the bow, and cutteth the {SPEARE} in sunder,
he burneth the chariot in the fire.
Be stil, and know that I am God: I will bee exalted
among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.
....................................................
. . . . . . . . . . . . <= 31 =>
.
. T. heLordofhostsiswi. t h v[S]t .heG. odofI
. a. cobisourrefugeCom. e b e[H]o .ldt. hewor
. k. esoftheLordwhatde {S O L[A]T} ion. sheeh
. a. thmadeintheearthH. e m a[K]e .thw. arres
. t. oceasevntotheendo. f t h[E]e .art. hheeb
. r. eakeththebowandcu. t t e t h .the {SPEAR
. E} insunderheburneth. t h e c h .ari. otint
. h. efireBestilandkno. w t h a t .Iam. GodIw
. i. llbeeexaltedamong. t h e h e .ath. enIwi
. l. lbeexaltedintheea. r t h.
.
[SHAKE] 31 : Prob. in Psalm 46 ~ 1 in 85
{TALOS} -1
....................................................
. {T}o life againe, to heare thy *BUSKIN* tread,
. {A}nd [SHAKE] a *STAGE* : Or, when thy *SOCKES* were on,
. {L}eave thee alone, for the comparison
. {O}f all, that *INSOLENT GREECE*, or haughtie Rome
. {S}ent forth, or since did from their ashes come.
. probability of {TALOS} ~ 1/1,235
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<<In *GREEK* mythology, {TALOS} was a man of *BRASS*,
the work of Hephaestos (Vulcan), who went round the
island of CRETE thrice a day. WhenEVER he saw a *STrAnGEr*
draw near the island he either threw boulders at them
or he made himself red-hot, and embraced the *STrAnGEr*.
When Jason & the Argonauts escaped to CRETE with the GOLDen
Fleece Medea was able to remove the plug on *{TALOS}' ANKLE*
such that the ICHOR, his life force, FLOWED out of him.>>
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talos_(inventor)
<<{TALOS} (Ancient Greek: ????? Tal?s) was a mythological Greek inventor. He is probably Perdix and nephew of Daedalus [Arthur Golding?]. According to Ovid, {TALOS}/Perdix used a fish spine as the prototype of the *SAW*. Daedalus was so jealous of the invention that he tried to murder him, but Athena intervened and turned {TALOS}/Perdix into a partridge to save his life. According to Ovid, that partridge later watched the death and burial of Icarus with glee. Bruegel's (c. 1560) _Landscape with the Fall of Icarus_ includes a partridge on a tree, presumably representing the transformed {TALOS}.>>
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HAMLET: I am but mad north-north-west: when the wind
. . is southerly I know a HAWK from a *HANDSAW*.
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Art Neuendorffer
All about hawks and handsaws, is it? My wind blows from the direction
of schoolboy Shakespeare, who sat in the dark classroom with a candle
casting shadows that he used to create images with his hands as
handsaws. Helps if you know that children carried candles into dark
school rooms then.

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