On Mon, 25 Jul 2011 18:04:40 -0700, Charles DeVane
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>"I am the son of the man without a father,
>Who was buried in his motherís womb,
>Who was blessed after his death.
>Indeed, death betrothed him,
>And he was the first utterance of every living one
>The cry of every dead one:
>Lofty Ailm is his name."
>Usually the answer to such riddles is an occupation like a priest or
>undertaker where a lot of word play goes on to interpret how one is
>born, is conceived and gets maidenhood. The way this riddle is
>presented, some of these are a stretch.
Soo... are we talking about the letter A? or the reverse, is A a reference
to this Ailm? I could almost believe this is the celtic ohm :-)