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Belesol n. [f. BEL- + SOL] is an invented name, coined in February, 2009, meaning “shining / bright sun” to emphasise that all the energy that we use, every day, in whatever form, is, ultimately, from the sun.
Bel n. [f. Celtic / Gaulish for, shining / bright] In Celtic mythology, Belenus (also Belinus, Belenos, Belinos, Belinu, Belanu, Bellinus, Belus, Bel) was a deity worshipped in Gaul, Britain and Celtic areas of Austria and Spain. He had shrines from Aquileia on the Adriatic to Kirkby Lonsdale in England. His name means “shining one” or “henbane god” and he’s associated with heat and healing.
Sol n. [f. Latin for, Sun]
Sól n. [f. Old Norse for, Sun]
Sun n. [Latin: Sol]. A yellow dwarf, it is the star at the centre of the Solar System. The Earth and other matter (including other planets, asteroids, meteoroids, comets, and dust) orbit the Sun, which by itself accounts for about 98.6% of the Solar System's mass. The mean distance of the Sun from the Earth is approximately 149,600,000 kilometres, or 92,960,000 miles, and its light travels this distance in 8.3 minutes. Energy from the Sun, in the form of sunlight, supports all life on Earth and drives the Earth's climate and weather.