Ta-welo = Ligus

Maricopa (of CA)

Munsee (of NY)




his father having been murdered,


his parents having been murdered by being hurled from cliff (p. 410),

Ialebion was father :

"boy decides to become a comet."

"Comet" is adulterer when

Ka-WELO [= /WELOWELO/ ‘comet’] is assaulted by giant wielding


"sky tree is uprooted"

"uprooted koa tree from Kahikikolo" (p. 412).

nigh Massalia (G-I-L) in Liguria (Narbonensis),


Ta-welo is showered with stones by the army of his enemy

Ligus is showered with stones (132.k) by his enemy



Heraklees Engonasis [("on his knee", NG, p. 125, fn. l)]


[cf. the >ai-kanaka of Maui, who tore off his own wife leg or foot because she refused to cleanse faeces. (p. 242)

Heraklees, who murdered his own 1st wife, cleansed of faeces (the cattleyard of Augeias) (127a-d),


whereafter he obtained Mnesi-makhe (127.f), his 2nd wife.


From the sky, the adultress came to the earth.

This wife of >ai-kanaka went to the moon.]

[the moon is a huge mirror reflecting the earth, according to Philolaos (CN 2:20)]






WF = http://www.ruthenia.ru/folklore/berezkin/eng/051_17.htm

HM = Martha Beckwith : Hawaiian Mythology. Yale U Pr, 1940.

BNss = http://www.ruthenia.ru/folklore/berezkin/eng/061_3.htm

G-I-L = http://www.timelessmyths.com/classical/italy.html#Liguria

GM = Robert Graves : The Greek Myths. 1955.

ONG = Thomas Francklin : Nature of the Gods. London, 1829.

CN = Ploutarkhos : Concerning Nature. http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/p/plutarch/nature/book2.html

Engonasis is (according to Hippolutos 4:48) "making a confession of sin." In regard to the guilt implied in the mirror of Dharma shewing forth sins of the dead;

that confession may match "Lucian's dependence in VH 1, 26 (the mirror in Endymion's palace) on Plutarch GS 589c-d (188-198)." (BMCR 2004)

Hippolutos : Refutation of All Heresies. http://www.ccel.org/ccel/schaff/anf05.iii.iii.ii.xlviii.html


BMCR = BRYN MAWR CLASSICAL REVIEW. http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2004/2004-06-30.html

The occupier of the "stony plain", /LIGu-/ is source (via the tribe-name /LINGon-es/) of the Samskr.ta term /LINGa/ ‘sacred pebble’. (Ligurian religion may have been characterized by worship of pebbles, very alike to Hindu, <arabian, and antient Peruvian religions.)