Saturday, December 11, 2010

Birdmen Pave the Way to the Ubermensch

Pave[latin. pavare, from Latin paVIre, to beat or trend down.] 1. To lay or cover with stone or brick like the Masons or the third piggy in the Brothers Grimm tale. 2. To Prepare the Way for.

Pavior n. - One who paves; a paver

voir- verb
  1. see
  2. view
  3. look
  4. watch
  5. sight
  6. behold
  7. vide
  8. imagine
  9. be able to see
  10. spy
  11. take notice
  12. conceive
Phonetic sound voix in french is VOICE

  1. noun
    1. voix
    2. ton
  2. verb
    1. exprimer
    2. parler
    3. sonoriser
    4. accorder

Vapor n. [latin] any substance in the gaseous or aeriform state. 2. any visible diffused substance floating in the atmosphere, as smoke or FOG~Grand Orient Freemasonry. 3. Something unsubstantial or fleeting. 4. (pl) Hypochondriacal, affections; dejection. - v.i. [ED; -ING.] 1. To pass off in fumes; to be exhaled. 2. To boast vainly; to brag.

Pavonine[Latin. pavoninus, pavo, peacock.] Resembling the tail of a peacock.

I.van Pav(l)ov (paving the path of love i.e. brainwashing)

Pavo in ornithology, is a genus belonging to the order of gallinae. The head is covered with feathers which bend backward, and the feathers of the tail are very long and beautifully variegated with eyes of different colors. There are three species, viz 1. The cristatus, or common peacock of English authors, has a compressed, and solitary spurs, and is a native of Ceylon. 2. The bicalcaratus, has a small crest, and double spurs, it is a native of China. 3. The muticus, has a sharp pointed crest, and no spurs, and the orbits of the eyes are red. It is found in Japan.

Pavo is a constellation in the southern sky. It is one of twelve constellations created by Petrus Plancius from the observations of Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser and Frederick de Houtman and it first appeared on a 35-cm diameter celestial globe published in 1597 (or 1598) in Amsterdam by Plancius with Jodocus Hondius. The first depiction of this constellation in a celestial atlas was in Johann Bayer's Uranometria of 1603.

USS Pavo (AK-139) was an Crater-class cargo ship commissioned by the U.S. Navy for service in World War II, named after the constellation Pavo. She was responsible for delivering troops, goods and equipment to locations in the war zone.

Peas----peac~oc.k, called by the Greeks and Romans the bird of Juno. The Romans gave a god to everything existing - man, the tree, the state, the storeroom etc. So Juno is the goddess of womanhood, and the various titles given her, are of the different parts of a woman's life, as Juno the goddess of "birth," of "marriage," etc. This idea of a personified woman became identified with the Greek goddess Hera, who became known to the Romans through the cities of Greece at an early time. In the way Juno came to be considered the jealous wife of Jupiter, as represented in Virgil, just as Hera is the spouse of Zeus in Homer.

In mythology, the peacock was the sacred bird of Hera, who drove through the air in a chariot drawn by peacocks. How the peacock came to have eyes on its tail is the subject of a Greek myth that began one day when Zeus turned his illicit love Io into a white cow to disguise her from his wife, Hera, who nearly caught them together. Hera was suspicious and put the heifer under the guardianship of Argus, who tethered the animal to an olive tree. Argus(sugar) was ideally suited to the task of watchman, since he had 100 eyes, of which only two were resting at a time while the others kept a look out. Wherever Argus stood, he could always keep several of his eyes on Io(10).[Argus<>sugar...sugar coat Sugar comes from the Latin(saccharum) Greek and Arabic(sukkar). Sucker]

Zeus sent his son Hermes to release Io from her captivity. Hermes swooped down to Earth and spent the day with Argus, telling him stories and playing his reed pipes until, one by one, the eyes of Argus became sleepy and began to close. When Argus was finally asleep, Hermes lopped off his head and released the heifer. Hera placed the eyes of Argus on the tail of the peacock.

Laramie Peacock of NBC