Life Connective Layer God Pair: Sun God Hu (Lugh) and Chaotic Horned Storm God Ba'al (Cernunnos) 

Sun God Hu became Celtic Lugh while Ba'al became Celtic Cernunnos which is the Akkadian phrase ṢeR.NuNu meaning "Life-Power of Chaos."

Shining bull from Brittany France
Shining bull from Brittany France (11,700 BCE). It combines the shining sun form with the rain producing bull form. This is from the proto-agricultural era when hunter gatherers routinely returned year after year to the same locations as they followed natures bounty.
Naudinot, N. and all (2017) Divergence in the evolution of Paleolithic symbolic and technological systems: The shining bull and engraved tablets of Rocher de l'Impératrice, Plos One. Online at:

Hu (Sun, Lion) and Ba'al (Horned Bull, Storm) Were Seen as Two Aspects of the Same Deity Since the Beginnings of Agriculture (11,700 BCE)

(July 3, 2022) The Bull represents the cloud hidden sun, the chaotic storm powers of the middle connective layer of the Neolithic Ancient Pagan Paradigm. These powers bring needed rain and so are complimentary to the visible sun called Hu which provides light and heat.

First Coinage From Lydia Shows 2 Sun Lions 650 BCE

(June 9, 2023) The dating of these first stamped coins is one of the most frequently debated topics of ancient numismatics with dates ranging from 700 BC to 550 BC. Lydia ruled most of western Anatolia before they were conquered by the rising Persian empire in 547 BCE. 
The Lydian stater was composed of electrum, a naturally-occurring gold-silver alloy; though the coins are often reported to be struck from this naturally-occurring alloy, they were actually made from a specific and rather consistent mix of approximately 55% gold, 45% silver, and a small balance of copper. This indicates that silver and copper were added to natural electrum in order to achieve a more durable and balanced metal alloy. Although the extra copper slightly debased the coin's intrinsic value, it allowed it to exhibit a golden hue, unlike the pale white-gold color of pure electrum.
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First Coinage From Lydia Shows Sun Lion And Unicorn Storm Bull 650 BCE

(June 9, 2023)  Because these coins were made from a mixture of metals they could not just be weighed to determine their value. Therefore the Lydian state put on an image and likely defined their valued by decree and accepted that value for taxes.
This coin shows the sun lion paired with its complement, the chaotic storm bull.
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First Coinage From Lydia Shows Sun Lion And Sun Above Eye 650 BCE

Etruscan Orcus Tomb 2, Image 4, Life God Hu Surrounded by Gods Alu and Yahu/Yahweh 490 BCE

(Sept. 16, 2023) The last image clockwise around the room shows a dejected life network god Hu standing between Alu and Ayu. Previously these deities were misidentified as Vanth, Agamemnon, and Tiresias. Each plant in this scene divides the layers of the Ancient Pagan Paradigm which are represented by their main deities. From left to right are the god Alu, a dejected god Hu representing the malfunctioning network, and god Yahu. The left plant has 6 nymphs representing the 6 known planets of the sky shell between Hu and Alu. These planets are: Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. (Original photo by Rönnlund, Wikimedia Commons, 2012).

Translation in Akkadian (Text Med 19.4)

(read right to left. Capital letters on stone. Inner vowels inferred)
  1. Nu  IGu  AZu
  2. Šu  INu  Qu  Ya.  A  Lu  Tu.  EPu  Ya  A  Zu.  Hu  Lu  Zu
  3. ... Mu. EMu Du ...

In English

  1. The Revealer (Yahu) can associate with Selu's-eye (bright part of moon).
  2. Similar moon-eyed-ones (astrological magic crafters) are not threading. They are lacking astrology-magic. Don't dry those emanations.  Hu is lacking emanations.
  3. … . The Supervisor  ....
Minoan Bull at Heraklion Museum Crete

Minoan Bull at Heraklion Museum Crete 2500-1600 BCE

On display at Heraklion Archaeological Museum in Crete. (Olmsted personal photo 2019). 
Bulls in Minoan Crete

Bulls in Minoan Crete 2500-1600 BCE

Red bulls were a common figurine found in peak temples but they were not the only ones. All food animals and even body parts were also found indicating these Minoan life class temples had expanded their role from just dealing with community concerns to dealing with personal level problems by getting involved with healing. The red color indicates life powers were being invoked.
(Personal photo from Minoan Heraklion Museum Crete)
Bull found at Ritual Circle, Israel

Bull found at Ritual Circle, Israel 1100 BCE

This bronze bull was found near the western wall of the site. This bull differs from the bull from nearby Hazor  which had extensions on the hooves to attach to attach it to something. This bull has well defined genitalia demonstrating potency and power and deep eye sockets which may once have held semi-precious stones. The figurine is 17.5 cm. long and 12.4 cm high. It was produced using the "lost wax" technique with the  opening mark for the smelted bronze visible at the top of the neck.
It is now on display in the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Photo from Mazar, A (1982) The Bull Site - An Iron Age 1 Open Cult Place.  Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. No. 247 (Summer, 1982), pp. 27-42.
Horned Storm God on Gundestrup Cauldron (150 to 1 BCE)

Horned Storm God on Gundestrup Cauldron (150 to 1 BCE)

As the horned god moved into the northern forests of Europe it changed from a bull into an elk stag. By the time this cauldron was made deity lordification had occurred in this area so the horned god was shown as a person with antlers. That it is a life god is further supported by it holding a snake and a life ring (torque). This life ring is also seen on images of the life connective goddess Ishtar from Mesopotamia. The horned god is seated perhaps representing the connection between earth and sky.
Based on its silverwork and soldering, this cauldron was most likely made in the Roman Provence of Thrace which is the land on the European side of the Bosporus.
Photo from National Museum of Denmark via Wikimedia Commons at:
Gundestrup Cauldron (150 to 1 BCE)

Gundestrup Cauldron (150 to 1 BCE)

The Grundestrup Cauldron is composed of a series of silver plates soldiered together. It was found in a peat bog near Grundestup, Denmark. The plate showing the horned god is an inner plate shown in the rear of this image. In general this cauldron celebrates life and prosperity.
Photo from National Museum of Denmark via Wikimedia Commons at:
Indus Valley Unicorn Bull

Indus Valley Unicorn Bull (2300 BCE)

This is a rare unicorn seal from Harappa has both the upper and lower sky-shells. This seal was found in the central area of Mound E and dates to Period 3B or early 3C, around 2450-2200 BC. 
Notice the stars around the lower sky-shell but not on the top yet the top has a fish net pattern.

Two Horned Bull with Chalice From Mohenjo-daro

(Feb 8, 2023) While most seals from the Harapan Civilization centered around the Indus Valley are unicorn bulls some bulls are shown with 2 horns. The chalice in front of this bull shows the more typical life network flowing into the under-dome.


Parpola, Asko (2008) The Harappan unicorn in Eurasian and South Asian perspectives, in Linguistics, Archaeology, and the Human PastOnline at:

Lion Attacks Unicorn Bull

A battle between order and chaos. This was found on a wall relief in Persepolis in modern day Iran. (Originally plate 18 in Shepherd 1930)


Parpola, Asko (2008) The Harappan unicorn in Eurasian and South Asian perspectives, in Linguistics, Archaeology, and the Human PastOnline at:
Shepard, Odell (1930) The lore of the unicorn. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd 
Unicorn Bull on Ishtar Gate of Babylon

Unicorn Bull on Ishtar Gate of Babylon (575 BCE)

This unicorn bull on Ishtar Gate of Babylon shows the continuing cultural similarity between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley.  It only has one horn because it was only 1/2 of the whole connective god Atu.
The Ishtar Gate was the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BCE by order of King Nebuchadnezzar II on the north side of the city. It was reconstructed at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. (image from Wikipedia Commons)

4-Layered Spirals on a Bull Platform at Domus de Janas Sardinia 3400-2700 BCE

Tomb is called Domus de Janas and it was constructed between 3400 and 2700 BCE. The Druid spirals are organized into 2 columns in 4 layers instead of the normal 3 of the Ancient Pagan Paradigm but the lower 3 are connected by smaller spirals. The top spiral layer is isolated and thus must represent some eternal divine space not involved with earth. Bulls represented the rain bringing chaotic storm powers and was the cloud hidden form of the sun. "Domas" means "roundhouse" in Indo-European.
Photo by Nicola Costangia via



Golden Bull of a Maykop Culture Chief (3,200 BCE)

Golden Bull from a Maykop culture kurgan dating to around 3200 BCE. This culture was located on the south side of the Caucasus Mountains. They became rich from selling metals into Mesopotamia. It is now at Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. This interesting culture started out as Neolithic farmers suggesting they originally spoke Akkadian but that culture soon transitioned to the chiefdom culture (kurgans) of the Indo-Europeans just to the north. This mixing of cultures seems to have produced the Caucasus family of languages (Circassian, or Pontic, Georgian, Chechen)
Çatalhöyük Bull Horns

Çatalhöyük Bull Horns (7,100 to 5,700 BCE)

North end of large house 77 showing the raised platforms. One platform has wild bull (auroch) horns. Whole auroch skulls were sometimes buried in the houses. Çatalhöyük is in southern Anatolia which was the launching point for the Neolithic farmers into Europe.
Photo from 2008 excavation season at project leader Ian Holder’s flickr stream at lecture at:
Mithras Killing the Bull of Chaos

Mithras Killing the Bull of Chaos (150 CE)

The Mithraeum near the Circus Maximus in Rome had a detailed white marble relief showing the bull of chaos getting killed. In this image Mithra in a wind swept cloak is slaying the bull. Mithra is wearing a Phrygian cap having a star at its peak. This cap derives from the snake cap of Mesopotamia which deities wore. 
Four more stars are visible to the right of the god's head. A lion cub and the serpent are licking the blood from the wound of the bull. A scorpion grasps the testicles. On each side of the bull is a torch-bearer: Cautes (left) with a torch pointed up and Cautopates (right) with his torch pointed down. The two Corinthian columns beside them are pointed in the same directions are their torches. These likely represent the seasons with Cautes representing summer and Cautopates representing winter. Mithra is looking towards the sun side which is the side of life and growth.
Babylonian Bull God with a human head

Babylonian Bull God with a human head (1700 BCE)

Babylonian Bull with a human head dating to about 1700 BCE showing the lordification process making even the bull into a fully human lord god. (from Jastrow 1915 page 398a)
Jastrow, Morris (2015) The Civilization of Babylonian and Assyria. Online at:

Horned God At Gate of Bethsaida, Israel 850 BCE

Bethsaida is on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. This dates to about the time of the Elijah drought with its resulting civil strife.
Now at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. (IAA:1997-3451/980). Online at:

Wall Hook With Horned God From Megiddo, Israel 1350 BCE

 Notice the painting of the life network below the bull head.
Now at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. (IAA: 1937-876). Online at:
Brindled Texas Longhorn Cow

Brindled Texas Longhorn Cow

Brindle is a term for the striped pattern on the side. The ancients seemed to associate it with the life network.
Brindled Bull Rhyton from Cyprus

Brindled Bull Rhyton from Cyprus (1300-1200 BCE)

A rhyton is a vessel which pours water through a spout. This type of Cypriot figurine was common at this time. The water pouring is a aspect of the bull's chaotic storm power which brings the rain. Item not at the Harvard Art Museum:
Harappan (Indus Valley) Bronze Bull

Harappan (Indus Valley) Bronze Bull (2500 BCE)

This dates to between 2000 and 3000 BCE. Photo from:
Winged Sun Disk

Winged Sun Disk

Egyptian Sun Disk

Egyptian Sun Disk

Ayu with Hu as a Lion

Ayu and Hu are the connective life power deities of the Ancient Pagan Paradigm. This silver pendant is full of both masculine and feminine life power correspondences.
This stone has a length: 5.76 centimeters, thickness of 1.60 centimeters, and width of 3.30 centimeters. It was acquired by the British Museum in 1892. (British Museum, number 91013, Online at:

Sumerian Text Mentioning the Sumerian Sun God AN (2450 BCE)

(Jan 2023) The Sumerians also followed the Ancient Pagan Paradigm. Here AN is the Sumerian Hu. This stone was found in the Sumerian city of Sippar. This text was written on the expensive lapis lazuli stone imported from Afghanistan and would have been placed in a prominent place in a Sippar temple.  

Text reads:

  1. AN (Hu) is the harvest-chief. BU (Ba'al) is the fishing-ground
  2. AN is the plant-grower
  3. The Lady (INANNA, Ayu) reaps with AN
  4. The Chief (AN) is submitting to the music-maker (INANNA)
  5. The Chief supplies the life-forms
  6. The three (AN, BU, INANNA) are making fearful the strings (life network)
  7. Their words form the earth
Winged Hu (Shamash) as the winged sun disk presiding over the tree of life

(May 5, 2023) Assyrian relief showing winged Hu (Shamash) as the winged sun disk over the tree of life whose branches represent the life network. This relief is from the northwest palace hall of Assyrian King Assurbanipal II at Nimrud. It dates to 883 to 859 BCE. The whole theme is that the king brings life and fertility to the kingdom.

The 2 kings holding scepters of power are pointing at the winged sun Hu who represents the life powers. Behind the kings are personifications of the god Hu holding  pine cones containing pollen which they shaking over the king. The personified gods are also holding pollen bags. Pollen and bees are a representation of the feminine power (Ishtar, Ayu, Inanna) which act as the distributers and constrainers of fertility. Wings are always an indicator of a connective power deity. Relief in British Museum at:

Round Minoan tag at Heraklion Museum with Inscription
Round Tag displayed at Heraklion Museum in Crete. (Personal photo of Olmsted)

Round Temple Tag at Heraklion Museum (Minoan Text 1.5) - 1700 BCE

(August 13, 2022) Read left to right. This is not a workshop tag but seems to be a temple tag with a religious phrase. 

Translation into Akkadian

  1. Su lu Ḫu wa

Into English

  1. A lacking Su makes miserable Hu

The full moon god Su is the motion source god and his motion powers are needed to push the fertility fluids through the life network represented by the visible sun god Hu. If the fertility fluids are sluggish then life forms do not get manifested making all the life powers miserable. 

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Godart, L. and Poursat, J-C (1978) Malia. Le Quartier Mu 1. Introduction générale par J.-Cl. Poursat. Écriture hiéroglyphique crétoise par L. Godart et J.-P. Olivier. Études crétoises, 23, 1978 - 2021 École Française d'Athènes. Online at:
Minoan Linear A Tablet Listing Ritual Supplies for the Life Powers of Hu
Linear A text side 1 of Minoan Malia Tablet HT 7 in the Heraklion Museum in Crete. Olmsted personal photo (2019)
Minoan Linear A Tablet Listing Ritual Supplies for the Life Powers of Hu
Linear A text reads left to right. Sign assignments by Olmsted. Minoan Malia Tablet HT 7a as it appears on page 14 of Godart, L., and Olivier, J-P (1970).
Minoan Linear A Malia Tablet HT 7b (Text Page 14 of Godart, L., and Olivier, J-P (1970)
Linear A text reads left to right. Sign assignments by Olmsted. Minoan Malia Tablet HT 7b (Text Page 14 of Godart, L., and Olivier, J-P (1970).

Ritual Supplies for the Life Powers of Hu - Malia Tablet HT 7 (Minoan Text 10)

Front of Tablet 

(November 25, 2022) The text reads:

  1. The activity-powers of Su are lacking,
  2. not the elimination-powers. For Hu 3
  3. thread-items. For the nourishers of Hu (Alu) 4.
  4. For nourishing the distant-ones (life source deities) 1 anti-misery-maker.
  5. For magic for doing the same thing with Su-powers 1.

In Akkadian

  1. ṣi su li
  2. ya zi. Ḫu 3
  3. qu ba Ḫu 4
  4. bu nasû 1 
  5. tu še si 1

Back of Tablet 

The text reads

  1. For life-manifestation-powers (Yahu) working with the nourishing motion-powers 1
  2. For the misery eliminating-powers for working with openings 2

In Akkadian

  1. di si bi 1
  2. wa zi pu 2
Photo of alphabetic inscription from Mine L at Serabit el-Khadim
Photo and drawing of Butin’s inscription 353 (text 3) from Mine L (Butin 1928). It is now at the Cairo Museum were it was deposited by Petrie. Red letter assignments by Olmsted

Wall Relief from Mine L at Serabit el-Khadim Blames Human Emotion Magic for Causing the Great Drought (Sinai Text 3)

(August 6) This text blames human emotion magic for causing chaos in the network. It absolves from blame the astrological motion powers.

In Akkadian

Right Column 

  1. etû dâṣu namû
  2. ṣamȗ Ḫu bā’u letû

Middle Column 

  1. īnu ešû nâṣu
  2. agȗ u tu

Left Column 

  1. e ittu šâmu
  2. atu ludȗ lâšu nu

In English

Right Column - agreement on the problem

  1. The boundary is disrespecting the fertility-fluid-Revealer (Yahu)
  2. Dehydration splits-off Hu's nest (network)

Middle Column - magic motion powers are the cause

  1. The moon-eyed (magic crafters) are confusing the repulsion
  2. The chaos is because of magic

Left Column - life powers are the cause

  1. No omen is forcing-fate
  2. Atu's fields (network) are influencing the Revealer

The right column is blaming the life power's middle layer of the Ancient Pagan Paradigm (boundary) for a drought. The network is not allowing fertility fluids to flow through it. These fertility fluids are needed to trigger the life form manifestations by the Revealer (god Yahu). The drying-out (dehydration) of fertility fluids  causes the network (nest) represented by the sun god Hu to split-off from the Revealer.

The middle column blames the magic crafters for making the flow of the fertility fluids chaotic. These fluids are pushed through the channels by repulsion.

The last column absolves the motion powers from the astrological night sky. The drought is not due to fate but due to magic crafters.

Bull head on Lyre from Puabi's Grave PG_800, Royal Cemetery Ur - British Museum

Bull head on Lyre from Puabi's Grave PG_800, Royal Cemetery Ur - British Museum

One of two Sumerian Lyres (Olmsted personal photo). These bull figurine on a lyre seen were found at the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq. They date to the Third Dynasty of Ur between 2050 and 2200 BCE. The beard on this bull head shows the beginning of lordification in which deities started to be seen only as humans instead of as powers. The beard is made from the rare lapis lazuli imported from Afghanistan.
The inlay on the right image shows a funeral parade with the divine powers of life and death represented by animals. The top panel has a hyena and a lion (chaos and order on earth) at the front of the parade bringing meat and drink for the deceased. Below that are some mythical creatures playing music. A dragon is playing the lyre. Below that is a singing scorpion man (paralysis power) who is trying to play a musical instrument but can't because of his claws. Beside him is a goat shaking rattles.
Bull head on Lyre from Royal Cemetery Ur - Penn Museum

Bull head on Lyre from Royal Cemetery Ur - Penn Museum

A different Sumerian lyre with bearded bull head representing the chaotic storm form of Atu. Penn Museum Object B17694. It is online at
Horned Storm God with Wings and Water Buffalo Horns from Mohenjo-daro, India (2600 - 1900 BCE)

Horned Storm God with Wings and Water Buffalo Horns from Mohenjo-daro, India (2600 - 1900 BCE)

In an example of parallel development, lordification advanced much more rapidly in the ancient Indus Valley. Their horned god had horns but horns modeled on a different animal. It also had wings instead of life symbols because wings still represented the connective layer of life deities of the Ancient Pagan Paradigm. Significantly, both representations had the god seated on the ground, perhaps signaling the connection between earth and sky.
Original photo from page 334 in Further Excavations at Mohenjodaro by E.J.H. Mackay (1938).Photo taken from
Horned Storm God in Water Buffalo Killing Scene from Mohenjo-daro, India (2600 - 1900 BCE)

Horned Storm God in Water Buffalo Killing Scene from Mohenjo-daro, India (2600 - 1900 BCE)

This seems to be an early simple seal as the horned god is shown without wings but in the context of killing the chaotic bull.
Photo at
Ulstad Lead Tablet. Photo by Mårten Teigen, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo. Onine at:

Location of Ulstad, Norway. It is not too far from Oslo.

(June 25, 2023) This text on a thin lead tablet which would would have been displayed in a Druid temple. Text tablet from Ulstad, Lom, Oppland. It dates to about 1300 based on its letter styles. 

This text is blaming a drought on the lack of good integration between the life powers and magical motion powers. The first two lines blame the motion and life powers individually. The rest of the text goes to explain why integration is needed. (Letter assignments shown in images below.)

Translation in Akkadian (Celt Text 22)

(read left to right. Capital letters on object. Small letters are inferred Inner vowels. Verbs are italic bold) 
  1. TaBu  Gu  Ya  Tu  RuŠu  E'u  :  Gi Tu  SaGu  AYu.  Ta'u  IŠu  Šu.  Za'u  Ya  [3] (Celt 22.1)
  2. LaKu  Gu  Ya  PaYu.  Za'u  Gu  A.  Su  Du  E.  Ṣe'u  ŠuGu  AWu  Ṭu  A'u  Šu   IDu.  Gu  Su.
  3. Tu  Ku  Šu  AWu.  A  AWu  Pu  Ya  Du  A  :  Ya  Qu  AŠuGu  Ta'u.  Gu  A  La'u.  IKu  A  Du. 
  4. IŠu  Šu  Za'u  A.  ETu  Du  IŠu.  IGu  Ku  Su.  SeLu  NuNu  UŠu.  E  ḪeSu  AWu  Ku  E[3]
  5. ILu  A  U'a.  Lu  EBu  Ḫu  EGu  Ya'u.  Tu  Di'u  IWu  IGu.  Ga'u  Pu  Bu  Ḫu.  Gu  TaBu  IGu.  L'  [2]
  6. RuGu  Ḫu  Ku  ADu.  Tu  Du  Ya {human figure}.  Qu  IWu  Ya  Gi.  Gi  IWu  A  Ḫu.  YaYa  BaMu  ESu.  AB  A [3 letters] some runes bound near the end
  7. Ru  SuḪa  Du.  Šu  QaŠu  E.  Ḫu  La  Šu  Qu.  A  Ku  Du.  Ya  Ḫu  LaŠu  Gi.  TaWu  Gu  Tu.  Zu  Ya L[4]T  Du  Šu  Ya.
  8. Bu  IRu  LuE  IGu  U  E  Šu  EGu.  UYa  ŠaḪu  EṬu  GeŠu.  ŠeTu  YaYa  UGu  Du.
  9. A  ḪaWu  Lu  Du.  Ya  A  Ḫu.  UGu  RaKu  A  Ḫu.  Šu  AGu  Ḫu.

(Dual use letters are E/H, I/Y, U/W, and '/A in which vowel appears at beginning of words except for Yahu which is keeping its traditional Hebrew transliteration)

In English

  1. (Blaming magic) Arousals (emotion-magic) should not energize astrology magic for leading Yahu  (E'u) :   Energy for astrology-magic can make trouble for Ayu.  The pasture (starry night sky) can confuse the same.  Don't bake [2 words].
  2. (Blaming life-powers) The weak-willed should not be energizing the network-birds.  Baking is energized by them.  Su can life-manifest nothing. Blockages are similar. Energize the motion-powers. Thu's motion-powers will do the same for life-channels. Energize Su.
  3. (Blaming lack of integration) Astrology-magic's involvement is making motion-powers the same. Those motion-powers cannot open those life-manifestation-powers :  Are not the life-threads being expelled.  Energized the pasture. Energize the astrological-powers. Irrigate those life-manifestation-powers.
  4. Confusion is from making baking-powers (life powers) the same (as magic powers).  The boundary (sky-shell) confuses the life-manifesting.  The eye-of-fate (Selu's eye, glowing full moon) is involving Su.  Selu (Selene) is causing chaos with the foundations.  Nothing is covering-up the motion-power's involvement with [2 words]
  5. Those high-life-powers are fate-cursed. The lack of the sky-shell is from Hu (sky shell sun god) neglecting YaHu (Y').  Astrology-magic of the divine-realm can redirect the eye-of-fate (Selu's eye, glowing full moon).  Break-through the openings by nourishing Hu.  Energize the arousal of Selu's eye.  Astrological powers [2 words].
  6. The falseness of Hu can involve the Observer (Su). Astrology-magic cannot manifest {humans}.  Life-threads cannot be redirected by energy. Energy can redirect those Hu-powers. Pain divides the filtrate.  [sentence]
  7. Eagle-vultures are rebelling against life-manifestor (Yahu).  The same are gifting nothing. Hu is lacking the same life-threads. Those are involving life-manifestations.  Is not Hu influenced by energy.  The pasture (starry night sky)  can be energized by astrology-magic.  Don't emanate [2 or 3 words]   life-manifestations are not the same
  8. Nourishments for astrological-powers are lacking.  Nothing is for Selu's Eye and nothing is for similar neglected-ones.  Fate-curse's winds belch-out the darkness.  The life-network's Hu manifests death.
  9. This howling is from lacking life-manifestations. Are not those from Hu. Death is raking-in those Hu-powers. The same is angering Hu.