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||Posted: Feb. 07 2020, 20:40
|Quote (nightspore @ Feb. 06 2010, 06:54)|
|Quote (Ugo @ Oct. 20 2007, 19:49)|
|@ Trinidad: so, according to you, is it more likely to be something like GDTT? If that's the case, to me it still looks very like a writing/spelling mistake (maybe an intentional one?), because GOTT means "God" in German. Very appropriate to a cross, ain't it? |
Old thread this, Ugo, but if it's Greek they're thetas, not taus. So you'd have GDThTh. Adding the "O" of Oldfield in two places you get "God Thoth". Thoth was an Egyptian God. As a glance at his Wikipedia entry will tell you, he has many attributes; you can select among them according to which Oldfieldian characteristics you want to highlight - for example, the mind of God and the judgment of the dead.
According to the latest research, "Thoth" is the sound Egyptians made when confronted by something they disliked, such as Ra