(urth) Seawrack and the Mother
dstockhoff at verizon.net
Thu Sep 20 06:21:01 PDT 2012
This is a useful observation. Recall that Abaia is named after an eel
that lives in a lake. Why would a super-massive sea monster be named
after an eel that lives in a lake?
It helps the name to fit if the monster lives "everywhere."
On 9/20/2012 8:58 AM, Lee Berman wrote:
> I think there can be an incorrect assumption that Abaia is a single creature in one deep-ocean
> location. I think that is incorrect partly because that isn't a very good vantage point to
> interfere with human affairs as he does. Also because there are hints that Abaia resides in
> other places, including Lake Diuturna and Gyoll (as revealed in the story of the old boatman
> who carried clams). Perhaps also beneath the earth under the cave of the man-apes?
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