In existographies, Hesiod (2705-2605 BE) (c.750-650 BCM) (IQ:150|#916) (Cattell 1000:477) (RGM:157|1,350+) (PR:539|65AE / writer:69) (ACR:15) (RMS:2) (CR:43) (LH:16) (TL:59|#169) was a Greek writer, poet, and theologian, noted for his 700BC Theogony, wherein he rescripts the therianthropic Egyptian pantheon into a new more anthropomorphic Greek pantheon, with more anthropomorphism than the former.
In 700BC, Hesiod, in his Theogony, swapped out the Egyptian Nun with with "chaos", the Ogdoad (rescript: Titans) and the Ennead (rescript: Olympians) as the two battling classes of ancient god families, the Huh + Hauhet = space and emptiness aspect of the Ogdoad coded into the word delta (NE:345) symbol: Δ, and equated the Egyptian sun god Ra (or Ra-Atum) into the character of Helios, which is coded into the theta (NE:318) symbol: Θ, and the Ennead:
Here, in the new Hesiod version in the beginning was Chaos, the primordial void or chasm of darkness, from which springs the feminine principle Gaia (earth) and then Eros (desire), which establishes the procreative principle by which the cosmos became populated; outlined as follows:
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The following are quotes by Hesiod:
- “Between us and goodness, the gods have placed the [work] sweat of our brows.”
- Hesiod – Hmolpedia 2020.