The ... how went the Ox and reached the 116th floor and did shit in the flowerbed, where they three roses, full of red roses, a May, decorating the ... Crystal Office, there was no reason to explain the respondent, a Self-made businessman in hopeful his son who had just graduated from Harvard!
- The event is real, and not a favor of the reason, declare witness!
Really, why? While archaeologists of the 19th century have ... baptize the Treasure of Atreus, why all the modern archaeologists, historians, philologists, tour guides and teachers speak for the Tomb of Atreus? Regardless of whether a utilitarian building can accommodate burials of the great owners or managers of the, you know what means, in Greek, Thesaurus?
Finally, there was a way and the reason why the ox to climb to the 116th floor to make fertilizer on roses?
You know Cyclops? Let me make the question better. You, what you know about the Poets and high poetic?
- True is the correct! Everything around us is just like everyone understands! While Truth as the personal perception of things, called the closest to the real position, as such, is silly, sometimes, and sometimes dangerous ... prophytic! [Prophytis = the underminer] -
The High Poetic
He runs Homer! This is incomprehensible for a modern poet! He runs to recommend Cyclops to its listeners and give the necessary explanations to prospective readers and the scholars!
Since ancient times, spoke of the Cyclops, the Cyclopean walls and cyclopean structures. For Cyclops, since you will not find them in the lists of modern Biology, do not look in the... sick imagination of the ancients. Poetic beings, the Cyclopes - an adjective of volcanoes - will ... cause the Poet of the Homeric to give the necessary explanations! Homer will point us carefully, and "what is not", but, "what is" the Cyclops.
Residents volcanic areas and travelers sailors, they had the good fortune to... listen to a live volcano and fewer still to live the explosion of a such roaring giant.
With "What is not", the Poet, breaks the personification that requires the high poetic, while the description that followed gave pursuit. Why the true poetry is, first of all, teaching exercises.
1. Odyssey of Homer (
I. 190-193).«… και γάρ θαύμ’ ετέτυκτο
πελώριον, ουδέ εώκει / ανδρί γε σιτοφάγωι, αλλά ρίωι υλήεντι / υψηλών ορέων, ό
τε φαίνεται οίον απ’ άλλων.»
( Read the verses of the original and find out how to translate them - word by word - you yourselves.)
Observing the lintel of the Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae, the sightseers, do not feel surprised by the huge volume of stone that ... climbed and is balanced there up, but the explanation of escorts visitors that invoke the view of archaeologists and describe the adventurous journey from somewhere, where it was carved, and how did the jump, with precision and balance to up there.
Hearken the Poets and the mythologists. The poetic art works with the image and image, of plasma teaching, seduces and fosters the well-meaning student, revealing the mysterious world of knowledge. The Cyclops, poetically, is the volcano with the cycloidal eye, at rest, the giant-cloud when ejects gases, stones and shrapnel, in anger, while cyclopean is, primarily, that it is being built from volcanic material.
The volcanic material fertilizes and connects and curdle the yeast of the stones, the dough of rocks and as a structural material, he builds, since ancient times, across the lengths and breadths of the world construction ... Cyclopean!
ούΤιΣ = ουΔείΣ = ο οΔυΣεύς!
If you really want to know, on the occasion, what it means ... Odysseus, do not trust the modern connoisseurs nor lexicographers! Outside the Country of High Poetics circulates a tragic ... distorted world! Ask for it, the same the... Ulysses!
ouTiS, is my name*! [ouTiS = The none]
So said that they say him, hero of Homeric literature! ouTiS = ouDeiS = the oDySseus!
- Of course, a poetic name has multiple readings associated with the actions of the hero into the project! The related lemma was taken from the "Γραμματικό - Δομικό Λεξικό του Κοινού της Ελληνικής" ("Literal - Structural Dictionary of Common Greek") -
*The Odyssey of Homer (Ι. 364 - 367): «Κύκλωψ, ειρωτάς μ’ όνομα κλυτόν; Αυτάρ εγώ τοι / εξερέω· συ δε μοι δός ξείνιον, ως περ υπέστης. / Ούτις εμοί γ’ όνομα· Ούτιν δε με κικλήσκουσι / μήτηρ ηδέ πατήρ ήδ’ άλλοι πάντες εταίροι.»
Mycenae's inscription - H Επιγραφή των Μυκηνών -
ouTiS = ouDeiS = oDySseus! The None!
ouTiS = ouDeiS = oDySseus! The None!