#------sage----------------meaning of name------------Codex Borgia, p. 57

1.

Ks.iti-garbha

ks.iti "destruction of the universe; one of 5 races of mankind". garbha "embryo".

monkey & wind-god: as one of the 5 destructions of the universe, the monkey-world was destroyed by wind. child from vase (as Daoist alchemic embryo).

2.

Yama- antaka

Yama, whose sister Yamiís invitation to incest he refused.

antaka "ender"

god brandishing ax against similar-appearing (kin ?) goddess.

skull.

3.

Soma-datta

soma a narcotic plant

grasping & bending (mind-bending, addictive ?) a plant

4.

Jambaka

jamba "mud": cf. Chinese myth of origins of mankind from muddied string held by the goddess Nu:-kwa

child emerging from vase, along with gold threads, one each gold thread being held by a god and a goddess (Chalchihuitlicue)

5.

Manaka

arum indicum: arum berries, though eaten by birds, are poisonous to humans

food being eaten by bird, while humans turn themselves away

6.

Kha-garbha

kha {cf. RV. ii , 28 , 5 kha-mr.tasya

"a well of death"}

descending by person into subterranean skull's mouth

OWhT, p. 304

#------Kalkin--------------meaning of name-------------Codex Borgia, 58 to 60

1.

Man~ju-s`ri-kirti

cf. Kirti-mukha the devouring mouth

death-god swallowing a man headfirst

2.

Pun.d.arika

cf. Karun.a-Pun.d.arika Sutra -- karun.a "compassion"

couple both weeping; tears (?) falling below

3.

Bhadra

water-wagtail

quetzal bird

4.

Vi-jaya

s`ami plant

an herb

5.

Su-mitra

well-befriending

uxorious man, being led around with a leash by his wife

6.

Rakta-pan.i

rakta "reddened"

red-bird-headed god

7.

Vis.n.u-gupta

Vis.n.u was beheaded (acc. to Veda)

woman wearing man's head

8.

Arka-kirti

arka "roaring"

leopard-skin wearer

9.

Su-bhadra

{cf. Bhadra}

quetzal bird

10.

Samudra-vijaya

sam-udra "sea"

overflowing vessel

11.

Aja

instigator

couple both fleshless-jawboned (i.e., speaking at peril to themselves)

12.

Surya

cf. sura "beer"

liquid food being fed to bird

13.

Vis`va-rupa

a god having extra, animalian, heads

couple, each having an extra, animalian, head

14.

Sasi-prabha

cf. sasa "poppy"

couple, each with a flower on cheek

15.

An-anta

Asclepias asthmatica

woman exuding breath (asthmatic ?)

16.

S`ripala

pala "spittoon"

bowl containing white foam

17.

S`ri-pala

Pala the serpent-daemon

snake having head at each end of its body

18.

Hari [son of Anu-kampana]

kampana "trembling, shaking, quivering"

goddess holding smoking-pipe (for narcotic, resulting in trembling state ?)

19.

Vi-krama

courage, taking matters "in stride"

man holding knife

20.

Maha-bala

exceedingly strong

arm

21.

Aniruddha

man who levitated, thus obtaining wife

bird-headed couple

22.

Nara-simha

god who tore out heart from king

couple, each holding a human heart

23.

Maha-is`-vara

great owner of choice

man chosen by one wife in place of another (changing wives, as a choice)

24.

Ananta-vijaya

endess victory

victory of death over the living (person dying young)

25.

Raudra-cakrin

rude-wheeled (referring to wheel-chairs for the aged?)

couple in extreme old age

MCShS, p. 65

22. Nara-simha was converted (according to the Buddha-Vam.s`a) by the Buddha; similarly as Nara-simha was (according to the Puran.a) by the S`arabha. Perhaps it was the initial S`- in S`arabha that occasioned the change of intial S- in Sambhala (= Sumble in the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus) to S`-; along with a change of the S- in the name Sumbha to S`-.

26 as the # of dots in the final scene in CB p. 60 is praesumably obtained by reversing the digits 62 as the total persons in 31 couples.

OWhT = John Ronald Newman: The Outer Wheel of Time. PhD diss., U. of WI, 1987.

MCShS = "Mipham's commentary to the Shambhala sections". http://www.mountaindev.com/d/shambhala.htm