THE HYPOTHESIS OF LUKE RELATING TO TEFNUT’s Clouds: A Link with Homer’s Illiad? By Andre Austin The name of Luke is a Greek name of Loukas some say means “From Loukania or Lucania, Italy” the C and K are interchangeable. The name Lucania might be derived from Greek λευκός, leukos meaning "white", cognate of Latin lux ("light") see (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucania). I don’t know why this person overlooked Homer’s Leukos character Lucania - Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org However the people in Lucania were Oscan people using Latin and Greek from 500BC to 100AD. Homer wrote the Illiad and Odyssey in 800BC and the word Leukos is a companion of Odysseus, who is speared in the groin and apparently dies. Odysseus gets revenge by a mist of darkness clouding eyes of his opponent. The Greeks learned medicine from the ancient Egyptians and Tefnut (attributes of clouds, mist, spit, dew rain), clouded the eyes of Ra before he would eventually see. Could Leukomas, an eye disorder of seeing white spots, have come down through Greek mythology loosely based on Egyptian mythology. I will give you two translations. Well lets dip into the Illiad 4:489-500: “Now Antiphos, Priam’s son cast at him in the crowd with the sharp spear but missed Aias and struck Leukos, a brave companion of Odysseus, in the groin…For his killing Odysseus was stirred to a terrible anger…Odysseus struck him with the spear, in anger for his companion, in the temple, and the bronze spearhead drove through the other temple also, so that a mist of darkness clouded both eyes”.-Translation of Richard Lattimore. In W.H.D Rouse translation Leukos is spelled Leucos. Leukomas is a Greek word for the eye disorder of seeing white spots or clouds is not a coincidence. When Horus fought Satan his eyes were temporarily blinded but eventually healed and revenge was inflicted upon Satan by castration. Satan swallows then spits out the eye of the sun and it is healed. Strangely enough, the Lukewarm Church (Temple) in Laodicea (Rev 3:14-22) is swallowed spit out and declared neither hot or cold (a phrase that could mean balanced health and or good eyesight). The root word for spit was an attribute of Tefnut aka Maat and the heat of heaven. Notes: Herodotus 2:50 reports to us that nearly all the names of Greeks God’s were renamed after the Egyptian ones.