What does ἕκαστα mean here? (Apollonius, Argonautica - 3.493)

Phoebus Apollo

Civis Illustris
492 "̂Ὠ φίλοι, Αἰήταο ἀπηνέος ἄμμι φίλον κῆρ
493 ἀντικρὺ κεχόλωται, ἕκαστα γὰρ οὔ νύ τι τέκμωρ
494 οὔτ' ἐμοί, οὔτε κεν ὔμμι διειρομένοισι πέλοιτο.

I've got so far:
"My friends, the dear heart of ruthless Aeetes is completely (ἀντικρὺ) angry with us, for there would/can not be (πέλοιτο) any useful purpose/goal (τέκμωρ) either in me (speaking - sc λεγοντι) or in your questioning."

Does anyone know how ἕκαστα fits in? Thanks in advance

Hemo Rusticus

Lounge Lizard
I think it's an emphatic substitute for πάντα.

'for it would be unavailing for me or you to inquire about each and every of these things'