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  • Word Bee 4/6 Two interesting words that are related by the morpheme lab, are labial, the pronunciation of words with the lips, and labile to fall down or into disarrangement; Both words are pronounced the same. Also, the word labefaction comes from the word labare, to totter, a clear nutation reference to precession and one could even say to the tongues movement to form words. What I'm driving at here is the symbolism of both the movement of speech and the movement of precession. There was a breakdown in the communication between the shafts and the stars due to precession and therefore the communications of all the peoples gathered together in one accord to build the Pyramid could be described subtly with the Genesis account of a confounding of man's language. Also, there is a subtle message of the Great Pyramid with the stories of Jacob in Genesis, albeit anachronistic to the story of the Tower of Babel. His pillar in Bethel would be Cheops and his limp sustained after God touched his thigh would be an allusion to his awareness of precession, in that having a limp is moving ones' perception of the World in a nutational wobble, just like the stars move due to precession. This is the same type of symbolism given in Jason and the Argonauts epic, where Jason is identified by the king because Jason is wearing only one shoe, same thing as a limp, it would cause a nutational effect when walking. The dreidel given to Hebrew children around the time of the Winter Solstice, the end and ...