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Hesiod foreshows such a catalogue in the Theogony: "Semele, daughter of Kadmos, yielded to Zeus's lust, / and she, a mere mortal, is now the divine mother / of the dazzling and deathless god in whom many exult.
It also brought the nation a sobering dose of racial reality that foreshows a long, painful and expensive struggle if we are ever to free ourselves of the enduring destruction and anguish flowing from what James Madison called our "original sin.
Shall I say then that the galvanic action of metals foreshows from afar the God head, the zinc the metal & the acid; or the marriage of plants the pollen the ovary, & the junction?