Run

Wen-tzu

Popol Vuh

     

1. fee

82. rewarded

 

2. aurochs [extinct]

90. Nature to retire

 

 

92. heart of the nation

p. 116 heart from croton

 

94:17 monkeys climb into trees

  p. 121 One Monkey in tree

 

94:20 see reflection in water

  p. 129 see reflected in sauce

5. ride

94:21 insect travelling on horse

  p. 131 louse transported

 

94:24 home mounds

p. 135 House Corner

6. torch

 

p. 137 torch  

9. hail

94:32 there is hail

  p. 142 thick-falling hail

10. neediness, naked

 

  p. 149 clad in rags

11. ice

94:60 ice

 

94:61 will grab a weasel

p. 149 danced the weasel

 

13. fire

94:65 there is fire

p. 152 house on fire,

in yew

(potentially)in wood

  not burned

15. chess-piece

94:71 making move at chess

 

16. if gripped will burn one

94:72 will blister fingers

 

17. sail;

94:73 wear hemp

 

sun

95 sun emerging

p. 160 origin of sun

19. bearing off-shoots

156 based on roots

 

20 horse

157. team of horses

 

Bill Griffiths: Aspects of

Thomas Cleary (transl.):

Dennis Tedlock:

Anglo-Saxon Magic.

The Taoist Classics. Vol. 1.

  Popol Vuh.

Anglo-Saxon Books, 1996.

Shambhala, 1999.

Simon & Schuster