Monday, September 29, 2014

[Eve and Adam in FW]

Book of Genesis: 1, 2, 3, 4

'the Lord God having formed out of the ground all the beasts of the earth, and all the fowls of the air'

133.22 "Mister Mudson"
286.31 "First mull a mugfull of mud, son."
FDV: "Construct an equiliteral triangle. Can you do her? Easy an kisshams. Take mud. You take your river. Dump it at a given point to be called α but pronounced olfa. There's mud & α."


005.05 "Of the first was he to bare arms and a name" (Hamlet V.1.27-35: 'CLOWN:... There is no ancient gentlemen but gard'ners, ditchers, and grave-makers. They hold up Adam's profession... 'A was the first that ever bore arms... The Scripture says Adam digg'd. Could he dig without arms?')
023.16 "O foenix culprit!" (without Adam's sin the redeemer would not have been born; also, without Lucifer's sin Adam would not have been created) (Motif: O felix culpa!)
030.13 "the grand old gardener" (Tennyson)
031.12 "obvious adamale" (water)

070.04 "swobbing broguen eeriesh myth brockendootsch, making his reporterage on Der Fall Adams" (Heinrich von Kleist: Der zerbrochene Krug, German 'The Broken Jug'; an allegorical play about the fall of Adam)

071.13 "Cainandabler" (Cain enabler, ie Adam)
076.02 "his twolve predamanant passions" (pre-Adam?)
077.26 "falsemeaning adamelegy"
079.08 "as no man of woman born" (VI.B.1.014c: 'Adam not born of W')
089.01 "temptated by evesdripping" (tempted by Eve)
113.04 "adamologists"
124.34 "L'Auberge du Père Adam" (French, Father Adam's Pub)
133.06 "ex-gardener"
150.27 "about my own eatables (Feigenbaumblatt and Father, Judapest, 5688, A.M.)" (Adam and God)
170.16 "he yeat ye abblokooken"  (eat the apple)
175.08 "By Nowhere have Poorparents been sentenced to Worms, Blood and Thunder for Life" (Adam and Eve after the Fall)
175.13 "Blamefool Gardener's bound to fall" (Adam falls)
176.04 "Adam and Ell"
183.08 "there thought not Edam reeked more rare."

202.32 "She thought she's sankh neathe the ground with nymphant shame when he gave her the tigris eye!" (in an Adam and Eve story, part of Saltair na Rann, a collection of medieval Irish poems, Eve does penance in the Tigris river, the devil gets her to leave off her penance, and upon finding the deceit she falls to the ground half-dead and reproaches Lucifer)

246.28 "when Adam Leftus and the devil took our hindmost, gegifting her with his painapple"
251.06 "the wont to be wanton maid a will to be wise" (VI.B.33.054f: 'will to be wise = sin of Adam' Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 117: 'Adam, when he willed to be wise and to love on his own account, fell from wisdom and love, and was cast out of Paradise')

267.18 "Adamman Emhe" (Adamman = an artificial language based on English (from Adam (denoting primitive roots) and man (denoting the entire human race))

291.03 "the old Adam-he-used-to"
293.22 "Eve takes fall."
296.06 "on the batom where Hoddum and Heave" (Garden of Eden traditionally sited in Armenia?)
306.L09 "Adam, Eve."

(in the Babylonian Talmud, banished for her lawlessness; also described as a succubus demon invading sleeping men's dreams, associated with nocturnal emissions and the stealing of semen) [wiki] eg 'whoever sleeps in a house alone is seized by Lilith' [etext]

022.08 "all the lilipath ways to Woeman's Land"
034.33 "If she's a lilyth, pull early!"
058.30 "Lili Coninghams"

060.08 "enjoining such wicked illth"
075.05 "those lililiths undeveiled which had undone him"
205.11 "Kinsella's Lilith!"
241.04 "presents to lilithe maidinettes"
298.22 "the sin of Aha with his cosin Lil"
366.25 "the lilliths oft I feldt"


021.08 "ribberrobber that ever had her ainway"
038.31 "Crookedribs confidentials" (Mohammed: 'Women were created out of a crooked rib of Adam')
130.32 "pierced part came the woman of his dreams"
175.07 "taken part of himself for his Wife"
242.25 "Helpmeat too" (Genesis 2:18: 'I will make him an help meet for him')
254.25 "Java Jane, older even than Odam Costollo" (Latin costa: rib)
255.27 "caused a deep" (Genesis 2:21: 'and the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam... and he took one of his ribs')

318.25 "my youthrib city"
324.07 "while Ede was a guardin, ere love a side issue"
332.19 "his little ribbeunuch!"
348.33 "The rib,"
564.22 "aplantad in her liveside"

Adam and Eve

038.30 "Havvah-ban-Annah" (Hebrew Havvah: Eve)
062.34 "Pomona Evlyn"
086.04 "chrystalisations of Alum on Even"
104.02 "haloed be her eve"
215.04 "Die eve, little eve, die!"
226.13 "among the shades that Eve's"
228.31 "heave a hevy, waterboy!" (Hebrew Havvah: Eve)
251.28 "since Headmaster Adam became Eva Harte's"
267.19 "Emhe" (Irish Émhe: Eve)
271.25 "Hail, Heva, we hear!" (Hebrew Havvah: Eve)
285.L03 "Arthurgink's hussies and Everguin's men."
296.06 "Hoddum and Heave"
306.L09 "Adam, Eve."  
326.19 "Anomyn and awer."
331.25 "karlikeevna" (Norwegian Eva: Eve)
377.16 "Ivy Eve in the Hall of Alum!"
393.24 "alum and oves"
396.14 "What would Ewe do?"
396.21 "Since Edem was in the boags noavy."
433.29 "colleen coy"
455.17 "atoms and ifs"
494.26 "Three cheers and a heva heva" (Hebrew Havvah: Eve)
498.15 "Adamantaya Liubokovskva"
595.06 "than evar"
596.24 "atman as evars"
626.03 "While you're adamant evar."
628.06 "Avelaval."

our first parents

388.16 "our first marents"
576.27 "this woman, our forced payrents, Bogy Bobow with his"


029.35 "the hubbub caused in Eden-"
053.13 "paradigm maymay rererise in eren"
069.10 "a garthen of Odin and the lost paladays when all the eddams ended" (according to some traditions sited in Armenia)
071.34 "Cumberer of Lord's Holy Ground"
088.02 "high chief evervirens and only abfalltree in auld the land"
181.05 "the land of Nod" (Genesis 4:16: 'And Cain went out from the presence of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden' after killing Abel)
183.07 "Angles aftanon browsing" (song Killarney: 'Angels often pausing there Doubt if Eden were more fair')
203.01 "Wickenlow, garden of Erin"
263.20 "since primal made alter in garden of"
282.18 "Eden"
296.06 "the batom where Hoddum and Heave" (Garden of Eden traditionally sited in Armenia)
324.07 "while Ede was a guardin"
324.36 "Giant crash in Aden."
326.18 "til Edar"
342.27 "this golden of evens!"
350.02 "this tree of livings in the middenst of the garerden"
354.22 "When old the wormd was a gadden and Anthea first unfoiled her"
396.21 "Since Edem was in the boags noavy."
446.24 "safe return to ignorance and bliss" (VI.B.6.115f: 'Where ignorance was bliss (Eden Erin)')
482.16 "the gander of"
558.35 "Garth of Fyon."
597.35 "You have eaden fruit. Say whuit. You have snakked mid a fish."


003.23 "oranges have been laid to rust upon the green since dev-" (the Basque word for orange (laranja) is possibly folk-etymologised as 'the fruit that was first eaten' (i.e. by Adam and Eve), Adam loved Eve)
005.29 "so sore did abe" A(dam) bite Eve's apple
019.15 "cargon of prohibitive pomefructs" (Eve's apple)
023.16 "O foenix culprit! Ex nickylow malo comes mickelmassed bo-" (Latin malum: apple)
106.29 "A Nibble at Eve"
170.16 "when he yeat ye abblokooken and he zmear" (Genesis 3:5: 'in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened' snake to Eve)
271.24 "shall know. Eat early earthapples."
314.25 "as worldwise eve her sins (pip, pip, pip) willpip futurepip feature" (pips on Eve's apple)
330.31 "Knock knock. Woos without! Without what? An apple." (Eve was born without an Adam's apple)


505.07 "her downslyder in that snakedst-tu-naughsy whimmering"
609.06 "With Mata" (Mata: seven-headed tortoise, offspring of Eve and the Serpent)

fig leaves

049.11 "looked upon each other and queth their haven evermore"
126.10 "bridges-" (in Genesis of the Geneva Bible, Adam and Eve 'made themselves breeches')
317.23 "first breachesmaker"
435.20 "when you hear the prompter's voice. Look on a boa in"

Dublin church

Adam and Eve's (Franciscan) Church, Dublin, beside the Liffey river (on Merchant's Quay), on site of a tavern of the same name

003.01 "past Eve and Adam's"
083.22 "Adam and Eve's in Quantity Street" (VI.B.5.041g: 'Adam & Eve' Irish Independent 10 Jun 1924, 4/6: 'Dublin's Old Inns and Taverns': 'the taverns of Adam and Eve and the Struggler in Cook street')
197.12 "banns never loosened in Adam and Eve's" (VI.B.6.114c: 'Were E & △ married')
601.23 "S. Eddaminiva's" (Cluster: Churches in Dublin)

Cain, Abel, and Seth
[fweet-96] motif: Cain/Abel fweet-28

029.28 "changing cane sugar into sethulose starch" (Genesis 4:25: 'And Adam knew his wife again; and she bare a son, and called his name Seth: For God, said she, hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew')
071.13 "Cainandabler" (Cain enabler, i.e. Adam)
287.12 "able? Amicably nod. Gu it! So let's seth off"

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