Bull Terms

Apis, Bull of Memphis Egypt Bull linked with Pleiades Druids Winged Bull Assyrians, Persepolis Baal Babylon Golden Calf Israel Zeus Greece Minotaur Crete Heaven Red Bull Red Cow Dyaus Pitr Rohini Earth White Bull White Cow Bos Frontalis the Bull of St. Luke, the waters of Life, the all-generating element and cosmic strength... http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Four_Animals/id/200521
The worship of the Bull and the Ram was addressed to one and the same power, that of generative creation, under two aspects— the celestial or cosmic, and the terrestrial or human. The ram-headed gods all belong to the latter aspect, the bull—to the former. Osiris to whom the Bull was sacred, was never regarded as a phallic deity ; neither was Siva with his Bull Nandi, in spite of the lingham. As Nandi is of a pure milk-white colour, so was Apis. Both were the emblems of the generative, or of evolutionary power in the Universal Kosmos. Those who regard the solar gods and the bulls as of a phallic character, or connect the Sun with it, are mistaken, it is only the lunar gods and the rams, and lambs, which are priapic, and it little becomes a religion which, however unconsciously, has still adopted for its worship a god pre-eminently lunar, and accentuated its choice by the selection of the lamb, whose sire is the ram, a glyph as pre-eminently phallic, for its most sacred symbol—to vilify the older religions for using the same symbolism. The worship of the bull, Apis, Hapi Ankh, or the living Osiris, ceased over 3,000 years ago the worship of the ram and lamb continues to this day. Cited from Website: Theosophical Society. But a sculpture at Malâtia, on their eastern frontier, shows him standing on the back of a bull, the emblem of creative powers, 17 and bearing upon his shoulder a bow, identifying him with a God of Arms http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/luc/tsg/tsg04.htm#page_23 Bull Man Hook Fish Hook Hebrew 6 Hebrew 18