(Nov. 23, 2022) Demons and Heroes are human-like spirits which arose after lordification had permeated Druid culture. They may be associated with the Indo-European culture. Heraklez was the fighter of the life powers represented by the sun god Hu against malfunctioning motion powers from both its astrological source and magical emotion source.
Name (Phonetic)Read left to right
Translation in Akkadian (Med 23.1.1)Read left to right when viewed from human figure point of view. Capital letters on pot. Inner vowels inferred
- Ḫu ERra AKu Lu EZu
- Hu's encloser of emotion-owls who are lacking lunar-energy
Whole Scene Shows Heraklez Fighting the Magical Life-Power Blockers which Make a Sick Sun Causing Drought (550 BCE)
(Nov. 23, 2022) Notice the dying cone-hatted wizard at the bottom.
Traditional Druid writing direction texts are labeled blue with new Greek style writing direction texts labeled white. The Druid style writing direction describes what is happening while the Greek style writing direction commands what should be done. During this transition time between Akkadian and Greek the Druid culture was still perceived to be the source of ancient spiritual wisdom.
Heraklez (Herakles) during this time period is identified by his wearing of an animal skin instead of carrying it as a shield on his arm. Positive identification is provided by his name label of "Heraklez." The shield bearers represent the openings through the sky-shell which are being forced to block divine life flows (fertility fluids) by magic. Notice one shield bearer has started to retreat.
- ("Heraklez') Hu's encloser of emotion-owls lacking lunar-energy
- The Openers are affecting awareness of the neglected-ones
- High-Powers are being eliminated. The starvation of Yahu (YA) is from the eliminations. Breaking-through the openings will not come from lunar-energy (impatience).
- (Greek) Eliminate motion-magic. Lunar-energy (impatience) eliminates Yahu. That Revealer is eliminated by astrological-powers
- (Greek) Turn-away the eagle-vultures and magic which det[ach] Yahu
(Louvre 1883 Entry Number MNC 495, Catalog number F 53.1). Letter assignments by Olmsted.