Na-toro-i-rani = Quetzal-coatl

Maori Na-toro-i-rani

Aztec Quetzal-coatl

Norse Heim-dal



+Gull-veig (RE 16)


praeserved heart of +Quetzal-xochtzin as would-be wife of Huemac (LS 10)

extracted heart of re-born +Gull-veig becometh wife of Loki (RE 19)

he made himself bloody-nosed, by smiting himself in own nose (16, 22, 34, 38, 39, 40) [being smitten in the nose will make one pug-nosed]

having red pug-nose


"His mat" caused "a gale", inducing his sistren to come (21)

= wind-god (Ehecatl); his sister was +Quetzal-petlatl "pretious mat"


when he with his vassal journeyed up mountain Tona-riro (33) , his vassal Na-uru-hoe died of the cold in the snow (21, 33)

when he with his followers journeyed up a mountain-pass, his followers died of the cold in the snow (12)

To`r with Egil in snowstorm (RE 31)

"the prints of his feet are seen on a rock" (21)

he left his handprints in rock (11)


his one sister +Kuku ("shell") was one wife of Manaia (21)

he shared a conch-shell (used as wind-instrument, to signal) emblem with his twin-brother Xolotl

Heim-dal used a wind-instrument (horn) to signal

Na-toro-i-rani used tree as a walkingstick at lakeTau-po (21, 33)

gods tore up trees to use as walkingsticks

Heim-dal likened with Hallin-skidi, who useth a walkingstick

his wife [+Kea-roa (15)] used her own girdle-rope in order to haul in the wind

ropes were used in order to haul Tlacauepan (7) = armless Tlacanex-quimilli (LS 9) [cf. Nuhu]


"winds that blow in a circle" were commanded by the wifeof Na-toro-i-rani (23): this circular wind was named Puna-were (puna "coral").

The temples of Ehecatl are circular, to symbolizing circularly-blowing winds. The mythical mansion of Quetzal-coatl himself was made of coral (10)


Puna-were, however, is a spider

Quetzal-coatl was son of Huemac; daughter of Huemac was the wife of Titlacauan (3) = Tezcatlipoca, who descended from the sky on a spider-web


as Na-toro-i-rani had foretold, ships of Manaia with their crews perished at Maikuku-tea ("fingernails white") (23, 38)

[cf. scales of pangolin, in China -- cf. scaly armor in state of Wu on sea-coast, place of mariners]

Surt will come in a ship made of human fingernails


under persons crossing it, collapse of bridge of Titlacauan (5)

under army crossing it, collapse of bridge of Heim-dal (RE 152)

Na-toro-i-rani's other sister +Hoata ("spear") was the other wife of Manaia (21)

his heart became morning-star = Tlahuizcalpan-tecuhtli, the spear-man

Hrungnir of the stony heart

he is described as old

he saw himself as old, and mankind stole the handicrafts from him (11)

from Heim-dal mankind obtained the handicrafts, and he attained old age (RE 12-13)

The 2 sistren (of Na-toro-i-rani) voyaged in the canoe Te-huruhuru-of-te-manu ("the feather of the bird") (22)

he voyaged on a ship consisting of a feathered serpent

in order to be rejuvenated, he departed via ship (RE 13) -- cf. Norse "serpent-ships"

the god whom the 2 sistren brought was Rono-mai (22), the whale who had tempted the people to eat him: the 2 sistren created geysers (33) [because whales spout steam geyserlike?]: comets are whales

yogin heating water into steam from top of his head in Codex Borgia. [Comets are mentioned in THS]

[cf. !kung occult emission of steam from atop their heads]


a pot ("rabbit-jar" in LS 5) was shattered against the head of Apan-tecutli

a goblet was shattered against the head of Hymi (Hymis-kvida 31) [whales are mentioned in the Hymis-kvida]


the "white kite, with wounded head pierced by a arrow" (8) hath praesumably the same signification as the "white eagle" which is an acupuncture-needle in THS 23


+Idun [=+Athene Itonia] was betrothed to [= was raped by] the smith-god Vo,lund [= smith-god Hephaistos] (RE 67)

skull-rack of Ha-tupatu, in order to display the skull of Raumati "summer"

skull-rack of Huitzil-opochtli [father of "Lord of Summer" was ursine-transforming god, CMS, p. 238]

To`r is slayer of wives of ursine-transforming gods in Harbards-ljo,d 37


Xolotl is god of thralls

To`r is god of thralls in Harbards-ljo,d 24


AHM 7 [cited by MS page]

FC 3 [cited by chapter]

Voluspa` etc.



Quauhtli-icohuauh in tree [combustible, cf. salamanders]


Mix-coatl in earth ["cloud-", cf. sylphs]


Tlo-tepetl in hill [cf. gnomes]


Apan-teuctli in water [cf. undines]


+Cuetlach-cihuatl in ball-court [= in aether]


LS 6


AHM 7 = John White: The Ancient History of the Maori. Vol. VII: MS copy micro 75, MS paper 75 B14 & B15. U. of Waikato, Hamilton (NZ), 2001.

FC 3 = Bernardino de Sahagu`n: General History of the Things of New Spain. Book 3: "The Origin of the Gods." Translated by Arthur Anderson & Charles Dibble. Santa Fe` (NM), 1952. pp. 13-36 [reprinted in:- Roberta H. Markman & Peter T. Markman: The Flayed God. HarperSanFrancisco, 1992. pp. 353-367]

LS = Legend of the Suns from Codex Chimalpopoca. Translated by Willard Gingerich, in:-- Roberta H. Markman & Peter T. Markman: The Flayed God. HarperSanFrancisco, 1992. pp. 132-147 [cited by chapter]

THS = Hernando Ruiz de Alarco`n: Treatise on the Heathen Superstitions. Translated by Richard Andrews & Ross Hassig. U. of OK Pr, Norman, 1984. [cited by chapter]

Nuhu in

RE = Rydberg's "Synopsis of Edda", in Researches in Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 2

CMS = Anne Birrell: The Classic of Mountains and Seas. Penguin Classics, London, 1999.