Wirth says that the Old Testament story of Elijah is a chain of religious elements of the original North Atlantic complex. Parish to Zarephath of Sidon, and the meeting with the widow on the sacred calendar-level means descent to the winter solstice. The widow of the annual circle symbolizes the winter, the lower part of the year. The miracle of Elijah, which resulted in the 'meal in a barrel, and oil in a jug' does not decrease due to the typical New Year's sacred motive -.. "Magic tablecloth", "magic boiler Dagda 'Celts, etc. It is a sacrament of the new born that passes, but does not end, resuming again. Just Wirth, by the way, interprets and story about the 'burning bush' in Moses' vision on Sinai - and that, in his opinion, a clear sign of the Nordic symbolism, Rune "Hagel", depicting the "bush", "world tree", "year" or 'millstone' (). Incidentally, the runic signs "ilh" (Tvimadr) and "Hagel" are synonymous in many ways (though "Hagel" refers to the spring, and "ilh" to fall). Perhaps the relationship of Moses and Elijah in the Christian story of the Transfiguration of the Lord fall into this calendar model. Christ (it is striking that the name Jesus is consonant Rune IS, the picture that is strictly in the summer solstice!) In the icon the story of the Transfiguration is situated on the hill between two other mountains, on which Moses and Elijah are respectively so Rune Isa is located between the Rune Hagal and rune Ilh. And the "three mountains" ( "Spring" and "Autumn" are the same, and the average "summer" above the rest) represent an ideogram of the year, divided into three sectors - three aettir'a.