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The ram horns of Punic Ba'al Hammon (El, Oannes, and Dagon)

Ba'al Hammon was perceived as a bearded timeworn man with spiraling ram's horns and synchronized with Cronos.

Procter and Gamble inverted a 666 and 2 rams horns onto its logo. The 2nd Punic conflict constraints Greco-Romans into the introduction of new majestic rites to appease Ba'al Hammon (Carthaginian Renaissance Man) thus extended to Africans from Carthage. Ba'al Hamon was a vineyard owned by ringleader Solomon. The decoding of Renaissance Man is left to non-dogmatic perception. The association with the word dâg for "fish," reflects Dagon as an Assyrian merman "fish-god." However, "Dagon" means "grain." Out of guilt for accidentally murdering her mortal lover, the Akkadian Atargatis transformed herself into a semi-human mermaid. Pottery from Atlantis features nonhuman hairless figures with no lips, wiggly hands, and bulging eyes.

Carried West by ™’s navigators, Israelite influences can be seen in Greco-Roman. Upon the introduction of Ba'al Hammon worship, the prophet Elijah anathematized Jezebel, the ringleaders from Tyre in South Lebanon, consort of ringleader Ahab. Greco-Romans are used by the Ba'al Shem Tov (Essene; "Hasidim" or "Hasid" Rabbinate) to perceive the rejection of kabBAALah. The Masoretic Tanakh  's oldest traditions place the wrathful Yahweh southern Edom before being adopted in Phoenicia. However, the monarchical deity of Edom was Qaus "a demon," also known as Kaush, Qaush, Kaus, Qaws or Kos.

Sufis worshiped Ba'al Hammon, El, Qaus, and Asherah also known as the moon-goddess Astarte (Tanit, Ishtar), later Greco-Romanized as Juno Caelestis. In Tengrism qam (qozmím) were driven out after they became perceptive. Qaus is conjured in the blessing cipher in letters, exercising itself in Sufi personal names. Olympian religion, particularly in the pyramidal division between Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, symbolizing the division between Ba'al Hammon, Yam and Mot, and in the perceptions of the Labours of Hercules, symbolizing the Tyrian Melqart "king of the city," who was also associated with Heracles. "Everyone relies on the city," said Leon Battista Alberti.

Renaissance Man was noted on several occasions of having superhuman strength; gifted in every way, he could jump over a man's head with his feet together and do it. Leon Battista Alberti excelled in all physical pursuits.