Anon, I think you're right. Thanks for the correction!“Pretty sure "Argus" in the Hermes hymn refers to the thousand-eyed giant Hera set to guard Io to keep Zeus from boning her. Hermes was sent to free her, and he told Argus an insanely lame story and literally bored him to death. It's another reference to Hermes' skill with words--he could straight up kill you just by talking to you.”
2. In my post on the Stele of Jeu, I mentioned the Sternophthalmoi, simply because they're “headless”. I did not mean to mention them in complete seriousness, and if this factor eluded others then I apologize. The Stele clearly states that the Headless Daimon has “sight in his feet”. The Blemmyes have sight in their chest. Therefore, there is no real way that they could be related. However, it provided an easy jump to the subject of Akephalos, and provided for me an excuse to use an image from a medieval bestiary. In the event I threw you for a loop, sorry. You may hate on me as necessary for being shady, as necessary.