B is for Bis (notes)
"Nothing is ever finished" Pete Robinson, sculptor
"The Asmat believe that there is a close relationship between humans and trees, and recognize wood as the source of life." http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/asma/hd_asma.htm
"Wood for the living, Stone for the dead." Celtic proverb
The sacrament of RaStaFaRi; CaNaBis
the Egyptian Jackal-headed deity AnuBis
the concept of Abyss (crossed by the ferryman Chi-Ru-Ne)
All of these words contain the phoneme Bis for a specific reason; that they all relate to it. The concept is that of the Transmigration of the Soul, through the void between worlds or rather bodily incarnations.
Following a busy week, I have not had time to write more about this subject, although I have had many such clarifying experiences to feel authoritarian enough to be doing so. So instead I will make this link here, to a related topic and background information. Perhaps that is all required for this blog at this time.
B is for Bis continues directly as F is for Fetish.
B is for Bis