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FDV: "The eversower of the seeds to owl your sowls that are in the domnatory of Defmut after the night of the carrying of the word of Nuahs and the night of making Mehs to cuddle up in a coddlepot, lord of risings in the yonderworld, tohp triumphant, speaketh." →
"The eversower of the seeds of light to the cowld owhd sowls that are in the domnatory of Defmut after the night of the carrying of the word of Nuahs and the night of making Mehs to cuddle up in a coddlepot, Pu Nuseht, lord of risings in the yonderworld, tohp triumphant, speaketh."
A hand from the cloud emerges, holding a chart expanded.
Irish Times 18Jul36: alternative Finnegan family crest: 'Out of a cloud a hand erect holding a book expanded proper' (!)
hand from cloud = medieval representation of God
book → chart (gives h c e)
The eversower of the seeds of light
Book of the Dead: 'The overseer of the house of the overseer of the seal, Nu, triumphant, saith' (a frequent introduction)
song 'I Sowed the Seeds of Love' ♬
to the cowld owld sowls that are in the domnatory of Defmut
AngloIrish accent cold old souls
St Domnat of Gheel: Irish tutelar saint of lunatics
Tefnut: Egyptian goddess of moisture and rain
Mutt & Jeff: comic-strip characters (fw16)
after the night of the carrying of the word of Nuahs
Nu: Egyptian god of the watery abyss
Irish nuadhacht: news
Shaun carries letter written by ALP/Shem
Book of the Dead ch. XX: 'on the night of making to stand up the double Tet... on the night of the things of the night'
and the night of making Mehs to cuddle up in a coddlepot,
(maybe Shem/Stephen/Joyce having to sleep outside?)
Irish codul: sleep
Dublin coddle: a stew made from rashers, sausages, tripe, vegetables, milk and seasonings [recipe]
U83: "He eyed the horseshoe poster over the gate of college park: cyclist doubled up like a cod in a pot."
Pu Nuseht, lord of risings in the yonderworld of Ntamplin,
Pu: a solar deity in the Vedas
backwards: the sun up
U419: "(He points to the south, then to the east. A cake of new clean lemon soap arises, diffusing light and perfume.)"
German nu: now
German seht: (you) see (plural)
Dablin (in modern Greek 'd' is written 'nt' and 'b' is written 'mp') [wiki]
(so why not Ntumplin?)
tohp triumphant, speaketh.
Hebrew tobh: good
backwards: Greek phôto-: light-