In the Palace of Ashur-Ban-i-Pal, King of Hosts I. δημιουργός He labors for the public and for the Earth. From the kosmos bore He the Cosmos itself: God’s gift is God Itself! Himself overflowing! The World was built by Reason, not hands, says Hermes to Tat - neither god nor man, discussing God & Man. It’s players’ fate - so as His Will Authored. Neither Fire nor Water, Air nor Breath being; The Vengeance for the builders of Stone & Tree; Adorned & consecrated Likeness & Unlikeness. Algerian in this, the Source & Root of All Self: One Begotten, Unbegotten, Ever-Begetting All. Forget to take, remember to give, so to make: For the Creator is Cause, is Will, is Energy. II, γυνοικιαι Marble & Brass, Brick & Stone, two pillars discovered by Enoch’s heir - Peter Gower. III. ἀναλογία Governed by Masters & Wardens, all hele; Hail Dionysus! - To the dog, to the hare, to the wind we return. It’s symmetry - our Psyche - says Ionian Teacher. There is only the Supreme Mind through & through. May you and I now pray for no Self but an Other - For what of Want do I Know beyond pale, dim sight? IV. Πεδάνιος Διοσκουρίδης Kills the Red flour beetle; disallows spirits entry. A weel hung tongue! In the bone box! Speak ye!