Caedecus and Caduceus
In Response To: Re: The god of Light ()

Mr. Hughes,

Caedecus is I believe one of those ebay gamers. Caduceus is the winged staff of Asclepius! (I was going to refer you to my sister)

Perseus came from Akhmin or Panopolis, the home of Hermes and Alchemy.
Chemmis = Khemmis = chemist.

Why is it so simple that a high school student can do it!

Asclepius became a god of Healing. He is the son of Apollo and Coronis. While pregnant with Asclepius, Coronis secretly took a second, mortal lover. When Apollo found out, he sent Artemis to kill her. While burning on the funeral pyre, Apollo felt pity and rescued the unborn child from the corpse.

Asclepius was taught about medicine and healing by the wise centaur, Cheiron, and became so skilled in it that he succeeded in bringing one of his patients back from the dead. Zeus felt that the immortality of the Gods was threatened and killed the healer with a thunderbolt. At Apollo's request, Asclepius was placed among the stars as Ophiuchus, the serpent-bearer.

If that does not sound like a Jesus story, I ask you?

But, Mr. Hughes if you please, could we get back on subjectbeing 585 BC!

Titan & Jeff

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