A possible early form of Choronzon or Kronos, from "Orpheus, Sanchuniathon, and the Origins of the Ionian World Model."
(By the way, the same ancient Sanchuniathon, Phoenician scholar, who says flat out "lol Israel is our ancient name for Chronos/Saturn.")
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"Here again is a personified Time; this must be the name that Eudemus' informant rendered as Chronos. As for Chousoros, he also appears in Sanchuniathon-Philo, in the form Chousor, and there he is identified with Hephaestus. He is in fact the old god Kotaru, who appears in the Ugaritic epics as the divine craftsman ktr whss
"Kothar-and-Hasis"; proto-Semitic and Ugaritic [letter] t became [letter] s in Phoenician, and the vowels suffered the same shift as in olam > ulam. Semitic k and s normally appear as X and A in Greek transcriptions. Chousoros' title Anoigeus ["Opener"] does not mean merely that he is to open the egg: it must represent Phoenician pth
, and signifies an equation with the Egyptian Ptah."
So Chronos, Hephaestus, Ptah have cognates with "Kothar-and-Hasis."
Katharsis, ancient Greek "cleansing, purging." Modern, "the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions."
'Time heals all wounds,' time tempers all wounds. The blacksmith motif (Vulcan, Hephaistos, Yahweh, Kothar-Hasis, Ptah, etc.) is the time god tempering our lives like a smith tempers steel.
Temper, borrowed from Latin temperō (“I divide or proportion duly, I moderate, I regulate; (intransitive sense) I am moderate, I am temperate
”), from tempus (“time, fit season”), from PIE *tempos ("stretch"), or from PIE *temn- ("to cut"); see also Latin temno ("I despise"), tondeo ("I shear, prune, reap"), templum ("a distinct space [for deity]"); ancient Greek temno ("I cut, maim, sacrifice, reap.")