Alphabet = European mythologies = Codex Borgianus Mexicanus 29-46 mythology

(where the sequence of alphabet = CBM mythology is split, for correlation, into some 3 separable segments, consisting of Hellenic + Norse + Irish)

In this comparative table, events of all 4 mythologies (Hellenic, Norse, Irish, Meso-American) and also the >ugaritic alphabet are in the same sequence; whereas, in reverse sequence are the non-mythological tables (JM DWLt and Meso-American day-signs).


sequence of Maya day-signs

sequence of >ugaritic consonants, with their <ibri names

European (Hellenic + Norse + Irish) mythologies


Tehuacan mythology

B.3 EBN sails on masts (AEBA, p. 82)


white banners on posts

B.1 EBN rays impinge on foreheads (AEBA, p. 82)

{impingement to open forehead to thought? The froth is seen where forehead would have been for face.}


overflow of pulque-froth {"my cup runneth over" ()}

B.1 EBN faces (masks?) (AEBA, p. 82)

{Norse /EGIL/ is cognate with /AKHILLeus/, in whose company is heard "the clinking of cups" (DCM, s.v. "Achilles", p. 8a).}


skeletal face on skeletal-limbed pot

12th BG : goddess NWt (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 306)


goddess of guts

A.3 EBN separated hands (AEBA, p. 81) -- 11th, 2 BG : "holding up a huge hand and wrist" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 283)

{"the giant's hand remained attached to the tree" at EGLInton castle ("EC--IG")}

11th, 2 BG : wickets "which enter the ground" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 283)

{These wickets are similar to the goals in croquet, which was 1st played at Eglinton castle in Ayrshire.}

10th, 3 BG : eye upon bracket (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 274)


black face looking upward

{displaced?} 10. directional trees-of-abundance were set up (ChBCh, p. 100; 43 MS)

10th, 3 BG : bracket stood upon by a monkey (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 274)


four tree-gods, each piercing a day-sign (including "monkey")

10th, 2 BG : gods "each holding a star" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 263)


disk with whizzing stars emerging from it ("starburst", i.e., meteor-shower)

10th, 1 BG : "a very long chain" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 268)


enclosure composed of joined spinal columns with ribs

9th, 3 BG : interlaced serpents (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 254, 257)


interlaced starry wind-serpents

10."to blindfold the faces of the Oxlahun-ti-ku" (ChBCh, p. 99; 42 MS).

9th, 2 BG : snake-tailed crocodile atop serpent (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 241, 242)


blind goddess with starry wind-serpent

10. "then the rope descended" (ChBCh, p. 99; 42 MS). "Bring down the rope." (ChBT -- ILK, p. 508)

9th, 2 BG : ass-eared god : originating in 3 men, is "a rope, which passes over his head" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 242)

{Midas (of Phrugia) is ass-eared; as likewise is sTon-gs`en-rab (of Ol-mo Lun-rin). The rope may be that which is tied into the Gordian knot.}


originating from living red skulls, spurts of water leap over the heads of two black men


monkey {: monkey contemplating skull ("ASch")} "the skeleton" (ChBT -- ILK, p. 508).

Qo^p 'monkey' (6971) --9th, 2 BG : baboons holding nets (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 241)

{cf. the Kerkopes caught and carried off by Heraklees the Black : those Kerkopes became (DCM, s.v. "Cercopes", p. 97a) monkeys.}


black gods with netted veils

"The heart ... was dropped flat." (ChBT -- ILK, p. 508)


heart in front of black flat layers

10. "corn-cobs remained here on earth." (ChBCh, p. 99; 43 MS)

9th, 1 BG : two men, each with net (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 248)


two goddesses, each with a maize-goddess in bowl

9th, 1 BG : U-shaped serpent DPJ, having a head at each end of body, held by warder JBT (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 248)

1st Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 196b) Nemean son of ORTHRos {cf. ARDHa-dhaRin}, who (DCM, s.v."Orthros") "is said to have several heads, ... a snake's body."


U-shaped serpent, having a head at each end of body, sat upon by blind goddess

"The yearbearers released a torrent of water." (ChBT -- ILK, p. 508)

9th, 1 BG : two-headed god on hawk-headed tipping vase-shaped hats on heads of divine lion (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 247)

1st Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 196b) the hero occupied the invulnerable pelt of monstrous lion


two goddesses tipping baptismal jars of holy water onto black man

9th, 1 BG : S^MTJ with 4 red-crown-headed gods each (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 245-6) [red crown with 2 prongs, alike to scissors]

1st Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 196b) Molorkhos (/meleron/ 'wasting, burning')


scissor-headed god (for cutting into halves) {Skt. /ardha/ 'half' = Hellenic /ORTHo-/.}

10. "Then began the weeping of Oxlahun-ti-ku." (ChBCh, p. 102; 44 MS)

1st Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197a) was thought to be dead --


separated-from-trunk heads-and-skulls being carried

but this thought was found praemature


persons occupying spiny monsters (Gila monsters?)

1st Labor : offering to Zeus


man having blue-and-red-striped face

10. "their bread is lacking" (ChBCh, p. 103; 44 MS).

8th, 3 BG : gods above serpent H^TJ

1st Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197a) Games of NeMe[H]a [< */NaMaS/ Skt. 'homage']


maize-death goddess


Az. water -- 10. "their water is lacking." (ChBCh, p. 103; 44 MS) {Amumone's son Nauplios rescued the woman Auge from being drowned by her own father (DCM, s.v. "Nauplius", p. 303a).}

>ugaritic /T/ [believed (on the model of /s^in/) to be /tin/ : /tini/ 'crease in cloth [imparted by starching & ironing' (DMWA, p. 129a) -- 8th, 2 BG : "Bathers, Floaters, Swimmers, and Divers" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 223)

2nd Labor : (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197a) : river Amumone, "the spring of Lerna." (DCM, s.v. "Amymone") {where 'starch' Hellenic /AMULon/ = AMULius, who ordered the infant twin-brethren sons of his own brother's daughter to be exposed in ark in a river (DCM, s.v. "Numitor", p. 312b); but they were rescued (DCM, s.v. "Faustulus").}


young child shewn 4 colors

10. " The face of the sun was snatched away" (ChBCh, p. 103; 45 MS).

>ugaritic /G/ [/Ge^n/ : /Ge^nah/ 'dimple on the cheek' (DMWA, p. 809b)] -- 8th, 2 BG : "your heads ... are immersed in water" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 225)

8th, 1 BG : "green herbs" (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 227 & 228)




Oc 'coyote' (a permissive deity) -- 10. "riddle of the rulers" (ChBCh, p. 103; 45 MS). [= ChBCh 9 "Interrogation ...". {Cf. "riddle of the Sphinx"}]

Ris^yo^n 'a permit' (7558) -- 7th, 3 BG : mummies reclining on serpent NHP, who is provided with 24 legs of lions (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 210)

{Procas permitted Numitor and Amulius their choice in division of the inheritance from him (DCM, s.v. "Amulius").}


man kneeling down on one knee (to crave permission from superior?)

10. "timber of the grave-digger is set up" (ChBCh, p. 103; 45 MS).

7th, 3 BG : DWLtj leaning on staff (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 210)

{Is the "staff" intended as a probe to locate unknown underground tombs?}


threatened with swords, men flee, escaping out of whirlpool

10. "the word of Bolon ¢acab descended to the tip of his tongue." (ChBCh, p. 104; 45 MS)

7th, 2 BG : SNN gods (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 198)


green god having yellow (acne-spots)-pimpled face

10. "Sweet were his brains." (ChBCh, p. 104; 45 MS) {"Sweet" = maguey-syrup}

7th, 2 BG : BnBN (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 196) [: /BNBNt/ 'capstone' (PS, p. 7)]


slain green god reclining on black stone upheld by maguey-death goddess

10. Hummingbird god Ppizlimtec (ChBCh, p. 105; 46 MS) {= Huitzil-opochtli who danced on the palm of the hand of Tezcatli-poca (ThTGH, p. 80) the flautist}

7th, 1 BG : god QN-< (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 208) or else <-QN (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 209)

2nd Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197a) Io-la[w]os, who immigrated to Sardon of Norag- {= (rescued by flautist Acyuta) for whom brahmins danced (MBh "Vana" 8:5) : Philo-ktetes at Tenedos of Tened-, who was accused by flautist Molpos ('dance')}


stout man signaling as message about :

10. "cries out, from the corner of his mouth" (ChBCh, p. 105; 46 MS).

7th, 1 BG : "time as a twisted double rope that is being unwound from the pharynx" (AEBA, pp. 62-3, counted as 6th, 1)

2nd Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197b) : "huge rock" for the Hudra of Philo-ktetes, whose (DCM, s.v. "Philoctetes", p. 364a) "cries ... fractured the ritual silence".

another man's reclining on stone slab


Mul-uc [/uc/ 'louse' in series of being swallowed : toad, snake, hawk, in order to bring message for twin brethren (PV)]

7th, 1 BG : arising of heads of "swallowed" persons (AEBA, p. 62, counted as 6th, 1)

2nd Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 197b) : Karkinos the crab [shape of whose body is similar to that of lice]

{cf. frogs as lice ("B&F")}


LaM[B]aT{*/R-/} -- 10. "giving the appearance of one drunk" (ChBCh, p. 106; 47 MS).

7th, 1 BG : gods who each hold a MTL (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 200) forked rod {: Strong's 4972 /mattla>ah/ 'what a trouble!'}

3rd Labor : inebriation with wine (DCM, s.v. "Pholos") {cf. Az. Totochtin rabbit-divinities of inebriation} {cf. Strong's 768 />aRNeBeT/ 'RaBBiT'}


rabbit toting moon (Az. rabbit as figure on the moon's face)

10. "He does not know in what manner his end is to come" (ChBCh, p. 106; 47 MS). [I.e., will be startled therewith.]

6th, 3 BG : god NPRJ (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 180) {: /nafara/ 'startle' (DMWA, p. 1154b)}

3rd Labor : Pholos [< */ghala/ : /qalal/ 'whetted' (Strong's 7043)]


living flint [cf. flint temple of moon, CBM 50]

6th, 2 BG : "with projecting elbows" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 170) [elbowing each other = crammed together]

3rd Labor : at Kumai (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 198a) for Sibyl of Palinouros (DCM, s.v. "Palinurus", p. 337a) the steersman {cf. slaves crammed into tier aboard slavers' ship}


dappled and striped gods reclined prostrate crammed into 3 attic-tiers

6th, 1 BG : "holds a large loaf {cf. headset} ... on his head" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 175)

[/Kumai/ 'waves' may refer to radio-communication : the helical "tusks" (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 198a) to the helix-model of photon-wave]


colloquy with arched headsets {O.E. /hla`f-weard/ = radioman}

6th, vignette BG : "black pig" (FFGAE, p. 458; cf. EH&H, vol. 2, p. 161)

3rd Labor : boar at Erumanthos {cf. black boar who entred eye of H.R} {cf. boar Emus.a plunging downward}


under black temple, downward-oped black monstre-mouth


Highland Maya Ceh 'deer' {cf. Mohawk (Norton 1816, p. 90) "a fawn" pursued for "seven years" by Holder-of-Heaven, and when caught, released unharmed}

6th, 0 BG : HLHL "heads of gazelle" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 160)

4th Labor : on mt. Artemisia, elk-hind pursued by temporary-upholder-of-heaven Heraklees, to Isles of the Blessed, "where Artemis gave him a kindly welcome." (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 198b) {titaness Asteria 'starry' had become (DCM, s.v., "Asteria 1") isle Ortugia of her sistre's daughter Artemis.}


stealing tablet of green gem {"green stone" (FFGAE, p. 458) of H.R} by starry-haired death-of-maize goddess

5th, 3 BG : "write ... for the place of destruction." (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 156-7)

5th Labor : /STUmPHaLos/ is a variant of /STUPHeLo-/ 'harsh, severe, cruel'


extraction of ice-heart? {of Cree anti-social person}

5th, 3 BG : goddess SH^t "avengeth their souls." (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 155)

5th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 198b) : daughters of STUmPHaLos were hospitable to the Molionidai [/molis/ = /mogis/, cf. /molgos/ 'skin bag for wine' {such as appearing superannuated of the H.iwwi^m, who tricked thus}]


praedatory sun-god with protruding tongue (defiant sign of having tricked a dupe?)

5th, 2 BG : "homesteads" (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 150)

6th Labor : son of Hurmine ('beehive') and of Phorbas [/phorbe/ 'fodder'] from Olenos (DCM, s.v. "Phorbas 1") was Augeias

5th, 1 BG : "bowing in adoration" (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 146)

6th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 199a) : diverted (bent) the flow of rivers


bent snake-half, facing downwards


Manik : gesticulation {cf. tantrik mudra as 'gesticulation'} {/mudra/ is also 'sigil' : cf. "great sigil" as self-castration as austerity of the H^lysti}

5th, 0 BG : jackal-headed gods (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 139) {cf. jackal-headed god JNPW, who castrated himself}

7th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 199a) : the bull of Marathon, immolated for (DCM, s.v. "Theseus", p. 447b) Delphinios the dolphin {: cf. sorcery employing amputated genitalia of dolphins in the river Amazon.}


male purposely wounding own genitalia

4th, 3 BG : "Masters of their pits" (EH&H, vol. 2, pp. 133)

8th Labor : "mangers" (DCM, s.v. "Diomedes 1", p. 137b)

4th, 2 BG : multi-looped H.RRt {cf. /h.arara/ 'to mercerize' (DMWA, p. 193b)}

8th Labor : Abderos [/abdes/ 'a scourge'] from Opontis was loved (DCM, s.v. "Diomedes 1", p. 137b)


Cimi 'death' {cf. sign marked on Hawai>ian slaves to indicate they could be killed with


Taw (8420) : sign marked (B-Re>s^it 4:15) on forehead to indicate an outlaw -- 4th, 1 BG : 'red souls' (DSRt-BLjw -- EH&H, vol. 2, p. 130)

8th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 199b) : king Dio-medes was outlawed

and fed to mares


red-disk (copper ingot?) thorax of superannuated god with red mark on face, in mist

4th, 1 BG : "those whose mouths are evil" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 132)

8th Labor : same mares were devoured at mt. Olumpos (DCM, s.v. "Diomedes 1", p. 137b) {cf. Olumpic games?}


same god as prize in ball-game


Chicchan rainbow-snake {Amazonian iridescent anaconda (in sunlight), black (in shade)}

>ugaritic /S`/ -- 3rd, 3 BG : monstre serpent <PP (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 113)

9th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 200a) : girdle of queen Hippo-lyte as ransom for Melan-[h]ippe 'black mare' {cf. Chinese mythic horse-dragons}


lengthwise-striped green-fledged starry serpent {cf. "green rainbow" (ChB)}


Kat 'net' (Highland Maya)

3rd, 2 BG : "at each end ... stands a bull" (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 104)

10th Labor : sea-voyage to island (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 200a) Erutheia ('red [land]') of cattle of Geru-oneus ('song-burthen')


red-disk temple {= Tamra dvipa 'copper island'} with net-covered bundle

3rd, 1 BG : KMTt plants (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 113)

10th Labor : Eu-andros introduced Mystery-cults into Latium (DCM, s.v. "Evander", p. 160)


from miasma around bundle, black-hats deities [mysteries?]


Kan 'ripe' {alike unto fruits "shaken of a mighty wind", stars fall from sky (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 6:13)}

2nd, 2 BG : single (instead of double-leaved) door (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 86)

10th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 200b) : Zeus "made stones rain from heaven."


oped bundle yieldeth a wind-tunnel-filling plethora of ritual articles


erudite man (ChB)

>alap 'to learn' (502)

11th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 200b) : accompanied by Hermes and by Athene, the god and the goddess of books and of erudition


on seats, 4 gods with conchs


Akbal 'night'

1st BG : god DT (EH&H, vol. 2, p. 80) {cf. /dat/ 'edict, decree' (Strong's 1881)

11th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 201a) : followed spirit-guide Tenaros ('sycophant') into realm of Hai:des


bird-spirit speaking out of man's mouth

Az. house

Bayit 'house'; (figuratively) 'woman' (1004)

11th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 201a) : heroine Medousa


woman facing temple; black foot {cf. Melan-pod-}


Ik 'life' {tree-of-life is serviceberry-tree (for a lifetime of works of social service) (Iroquois)}

Gmul 'recompense, reward' (1576) {cf. reward, "according to their works" (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 20:12), those who are in Book-of-Life}

12th Labor (DCM, s.v. "Hercules", p. 201a) : fruit (apricot)-tree guarded by serpent LaDON (= LiwyaTAN, whose body is to be devoured -- >iyob 40:30, "L&B--MT")


serpent-rod-possessing Xolotl ('slave') {apparitional serpents (those of Iannes and Iambres) are devoured by rod of Mos^eh, bringer of inscription-tablets}


Az. Ehecatl 'wind' {cf. O`dinn's hanging by noose from "windy Tree" (Ha`va-ma`l 138)}]

>ugaritic /H^/ [perhaps <arabi /H^AYYah/ 'noose' {cognate with Skt. KHE-cara for travel out from material body}

20. "God of the Hanged" (PESS, p. 34) {O`dinn "in an instant ... went to distant countries" (S:H 7).}


emergence from wind-tunnel via mouth of Ehecatl


Imix 'waterlily'

[13th, 2] NFR-TM : end of BC (AEBA, p. 95) : young boy (usually shewn born from a waterlily)


Imox 'beetle' (with wing-cover plaques which swing up)

Delet 'swinging leaves of double door' (1817)

[13th, 1] beetle : end of WhN (AEBA, p. 53); beginning of BD (AEBA, p. 119)


arrival of Xolotl

PV 1:1 "surrounded with light." (p. 4)

12th, 3 JD : "semi-circular border" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 278)

{"rainbow-coloured ... Spindle of Necessity ... surrounded by ... rings" (P:P 10-- PSPsR 24(1910):231)} {cf. circular-halo "Lunar rainbow" (PSS, p. 50) of goddess An-anke}


rainbow-snake penetrating through a white ring

PV 1:1 Hu-racán [fn. 7 "animal which is larger than others of its species"] (p. 4)

20. Gri`mnir (PESS, p. 35) ['hooded', leader of gremlins]


hooded god, wearing Maltese Cross and Lamat-emblem

PV 1:1 Chipi-Caculhá; Raxa-Caculhá [fn. 7 "small flash"; "the green flash"] (p. 4)

12th, 3 JD : god "with the heads of two birds" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 271) [indicative of double-entendre]

21. To`rr (the thundre-god) (PESS, p. 36) [carrying mallet, a judge's signal-instrument for knocking on wood]


veiled (with white, green, etc.) gods clapping hands behind their backs [secret signal {but cf. thundre-clap}]


"indecisive" (ChB) {Pyrrhonism & Madhyamaka (ShATh, cap. 17)}

12th, 2 JD : backward-looking [indecisive?] men and women (AEBN, p. 53)

22. "white ... Baldr's brow; of all grasses it is whitest" (PESS, p. 37)


white-haired old man and old woman, each carrying gifts

12th, 2 JD : "through the body of the serpent" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 261)

24. Freyja who "drives her cats" (PESS, p. 39) {cf. Breton Ca-palu (Cymry cat Palug), sometimes said to have dragon's claws}


deities occupying the bodies of clawed dragons


Cipactli [sometimes with horn]

12th, 2 JD : "image of the horn ... of the sky" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 259)

25. Tyr's "hand into his mouth as a pledge." (PESS, p. 40)


blood from mouth;

curved implement;

PV 1:1 "groves of cypresses" (p. 6)

12th, 1 JD : "they count up ... the gods" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 270)

26. Bragi [/bragr/ 'poe:sy', with metre -- measured count of syllables)] (PESS, p. 40) {"I can count all my bones." (Thilli^m 22:18)}

skeletal god on knee of cypress tree in swamp with alligators

PV 1:2 forest-spirits [fn. 1 Zakikoxol] (p. 7)


small entities (insects)

PV 1:2 1st race of mankind "soaked in the water " and "melted away." (p. 9)

12th, 1 JD : men, each having "both hands raised in adoration" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 268)

27. Heim-dall, whose ritual implement "is called Head." (PESS, p. 41)


a tlaloc, raising a baptismal mug (as effigy of head) with both hands, poureth it on a man

PV 1:2 Nimá-Tziís, [fn. 11 "the mother, large pisote or coati mundi ... . It might also be interpreted as large tapir (Tix in Poconchí, tzimín in Jacalteca) ... the sacred animal of the Tzeltal"] (p. 10)

12th, 1 JD : "goddesses, each of whom ... bears on her shoulders a serpent which belches forth fire from its mouth" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 265)

30. goddess Rind, who (according to SG:GD 3) was sexually violated by O`dinn while disguised as a woman in a process of medically treating her (PESS, p. 42) {cf. "Coyote ... to have sex with three women by pretending he is a woman" (Kawaiisu -- HNAM, s.v. "Coyote", p. 77)} {cf. also Sioux -- AIM&L, s.v. "Iktome", pp. 358-9}


eyebrowed black-cranium sky-god as forerunner of descent through body of yellow sky-goddess

12th, 0 JD : "he cometh forth into the pool of Nu" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 258)

31. Ullr (PESS, p. 42) [< */Ulha-/ < Skt. /ulka/ 'meteor'] {cf. Sioux -- Iktome streaking after Coyote, AIM&L, p. 341}


body of night-sky goddess is sky of streaking stars

PV 1:2 "they spoke, but ... without expression" (p. 12)

He> (H-ED, p. 49a) /lo!/ (Strong's 1887)

32. Forseti the reconciler (PESS, p. 42)


33. Fárbauti the jo,tun;


skull-headed god wearing chief's eagle-feather bonnet

PV 1:3 "Xecotcovach ... gouged out their eyes" (p. 13)

11th, 3 JD : god "holding a sceptre" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 252)

his son Hel-blindi ['Hell-blinding'] (PESS, p. 42)


black skull-god holding spear

11th, 3 JD : goddesses wear country-glyphs as tiaras (AEBA, p. 52)

34. "Hel he cast into Niflheim", wherein she hath power over :


women's circle-dance into mouth of reptilian earth monster

PV 1:3 "heavy resin fell from the sky." (p. 13)


god with upside-down jar (its contents outpoured?)

PV 1:3 "threw them to the ground" (p. 15)

11th, 3 JD : upside-down men (AEBA, p. 52)

"men dead of sickness or of old age." (PESS, p. 43)


upside-down flowery-voiced god


Az. 'blossom' {blossom-petals were plucked in Xibalba (PV)}

11th, 3 JD : women have dismembred men into soul-components (AEBA, p. 52)

35. the Ásynjur (list of these major goddesses) (PESS, pp. 47-8) {cf. dismembrement at Tomoi 'cuttings' of the body of A-psur-thos 'not figgy'}


black god being bled

PV 1:4 "could see only as far as the horizon" (p. 17)

11th, 3 JD : "a boomerang" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 249)


yellow-and-red god in eared temple [cf. p. 37]

11th, 2 JD : wearing royal crowns, queens are cried out to "by their names" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 239)

36. the Valkyrjur (list of these minor goddeses) (PESS, p. 49) {Me-deia ('do not, anybody!') "putting to death all foreigners" (DCM, s.v. "Medea", p. 275a)}


crescent death-goddess seizing priest by forelock

PV 1:5 goddess Chimalmat [fn. 3 cf. Az. goddess Chimalman {bicephalous doe}] (p. 19)

11th, 1 JD : goddess "seated on the backs of two serpents" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 246)


banded-and-dotted sky-goddess

PV 1:5 Chimalmat's son "Cabracán" [fn. 3 "double giant"] (p. 19)

11th, 1 JD : god "who has two snake's heads" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 243)

11th, 1 JD : god riding serpent above stars (AEBA, p. 52; EH&H, vol. 1, p. 242)

{Re-caranus ('again a chief') : but cf. name of Raros 'embryo' son of Kranaos 'craggy', but cf. /kranion/ 'skull'}


slanted-striped-faced skeletal god from starry darkness

11th, 1 JD : serpent "swalloweth itself" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 241)

PV 1:5 playing-balls as "the large mountains" (which now are unmovable) (p. 19)

11th, 1 JD : "disk" [ball!] "never departeth from his place" (EH&H, vol. 1, pp. 240-1)

PV 1:6 "the old woman, Zaqui-Nima-Tziís" [fn. 3 "Great White Coati] (p. 23)

10th, 3 JD : crook surmounted by head of aardvark (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 230)

{"The white-nosed coati ... uses its sharp claws to dig out the prey." ("Wh-NCNN")} {"Aardvarks use their powerful feet and claws ... for ... digging up large earthen termite mounds to feast on the insects within." ("FAA")}


red-faced woman bringing (prosthetic, to assist digging?) beast's paw

PV 1:6 "Hun-Hunahpú recovered his arm." (p. 25)

10th, 3 JD : water-pools (AEBA, p. 51)

{goddess Hebe [*/SaBa/, cognate with English /SiP/]}


transparent yellow woman bringing arm and beverage

PV 1:7 "dragging a log to support their house." (p. 26)

10th, 3 JD : "leaning on a staff" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 224)


Stripe-Eye wielding sceptre

PV 1:7 "multitudes of ants came ... . Some carried Zipacná's hair in their mouths and others carried his fingernails." (p. 29)

10th, 2 JD : sun-headed gods (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 210) {suggestive of a rainbow-like solar halo on misty day?}

{[Bod (Tibet)] When the >ja> >lus ('rainbow-body') is achieved after death of the material body, the material body is perceived to evaporate, leaving only hair and finger- and toe-nails.}

PV 1:7 underground, "Zipacná was very much alive." (p. 29)

10th, 2 JD : <NH^-TL ('life [in the] ground') (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 210)

{This "serpent" would be the rainbow-serpent, known in aboriginal mythologies of Australia, Africa, and South America.}


rapacious eagle (ChB)

10th, 2 JD : black hawk (AEBA, p. 51)


eagle (as day-sign), within :


Ahau; or, Hun-ahpu (who found the ever-living decapitated heads of his uncles -- PV)

Waw 'hook, pin' -- 10th, 1 JD : disk being supported by standard-post (AEBA, p. 51)

{cf. lynch-pins for wheels in chariot of Oino-maos, who had displayed the decapitated heads of 12 suitors for his daughter}

cogged wheel

PV 1:8  ec and pahac plants [fns. 1 & 2 These are bromeliads (i.e., have reddish foliage).] (p. 30)

{goddess SH^Mt, drank "beer and pomegranate juice (which stained the beer blood red)" ("GAE--S")}

{"Blood from the Algonquian trickster-hero’s self-induced wound stains the osier bush red" ("EM", p. 18b); this is drunk as an emetic-purgative (p. 16a).}


drinking of blood from self-wounded penes of 2 redeemer-gods {= 2 natures of Christ}, of whom :


devouring and death of boys (ChB)

9th, 3 JD : horticulture-gods, holding "stalks of grain" (AEBA, pp. 50, 40)

{wheat = esculent flesh of the son of God}


the transparent god helpeth boys (i.e., peasant men)

PV 1:8 "Follow the bank of the river" (p. 31).

9th, 2 JD : "who is over the lakes" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 203)


temple of upright Cipactli

PV 1:8 crab "stretched on his back, was the crab, showing his red shell." (p. 32)

9th, 2 JD : beast-deities "couchant on a basket or bowl" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 191)

{cf. Yemeni mythic flying bowl ridden on} [levers on the flying saucer's control-panel may have been misunderstood as crab's legs]


temple of wind-god [with Stripe-Eye (p. 42) the cosmonaut]

PV 1:8 "the boys' hoax." (p. 32)

9th, 2 JD : men holding oars (AEBA, pp. 50, 40)

{cf. Odusseus holding, in Molossis, oar misrecognized (as winnowing-bat)}


starry-sky ball-game courtyard (with balls and bats)

PV 1:9 "At the gentlest tap" (p. 33)

9th, 2 JD : cow-horned goddess (AEBA, p. 50) {BLt, "of the Sistrum" ("GAE--B")}

PV 1:9 "with the puff {read "huff"} of air" (p. 34)

9th, 1 JD : women "embrace the hidden Soul by means of their words" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 198)

{Erotic words must be used by the women while embracing a man; while the huff of air is prostitutes' signal that they are ready to give "blow-jobs" to the men.}


Pipil ayutl 'turtle' {Chinese iron-armored Black (i.e., blacksmith's handiwork) Warrior god is repraesented as tortoise} -- PV 2:1 goddess Xbiquiyalo (p. 37)

Zayin 'armor'; and/or [indicated by Hellenic /Zeta/] Zayit 'olive' -- 8th, 3 JD : H.LP herb (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 180)

{/Xbikiyalo/ is (n. 2:1:4) ""of the fastened bones". [tantrik garb-of-bones, palladion?]} {cf. armored war-goddess Athene : her armor spared her from being sexually violated by armor-making god Hephaistos} {olive-tree is sacred to goddess Athene}

PV 2:1 "Voc did not stay {stray?} far from the earth nor far from Xibalba" (p. 39)

H.e^t [/h.ittah/ 'morsel'; /h.utat/ 'crumbs'] -- 8th, 2 JD : 4 transparent rams (EH&H, vol. 1, pp. 168-9)

{cf. Coptic eucharist-bread as "lamb's bread"} {cf. Akkadian understanding of planets as "wandering sheep"}


momote-bird (ChB) (fish-eating bird nesting in limestone cliffs)

H.e^t [/h.ut/ 'fish' (DMWA, p. 246b)] -- 8th, 2 JD : human-headed avian BL-souls in caverns respond (AEBN, p. 39; EH&H, vol. 1, p. 164)


green-enclosed underworld (limestone cavern?) of owls {ought to be motmots!}

PV 2:1 "play dice" (p. 39)

8th, 1 JD : goddess beyond door of shades (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 177)

{Dice was played for ownership of heroine Drau-padi.}

PV 2:1 list of diverse ailment-deities (p. 39)

8th, 1 JD : list of diverse animal-headed deities (EH&H, vol. 1, pp. 175-6)

PV 2:1 "face up, on the ground, dead" (p. 40)


transparent god is face-up skeleton on :

PV 2:2 "at the crossroads they were overcome." (p. 43)

8th, 1 JD : seated on transparent throne is god to whom souls call out by humming (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 171)

{cf. dord Fiann humming (LI, s.v. "Fianna", p. 231b)} {Humming is resonant; and a crossharp is self-resonant.}

st Andrew's cross (cf. crossharp?)

PV 2:2 "there were only figures of wood, arranged by the men of Xibalba." (p. 43)

7th, 3 JD : 12 goddesses & 12 gods of the 24 hours (EH&H, vol. 1, pp. 154-8)

{Floppy-limbed beings would be rag-dolls, instead of wooden figurines.}


emergence of floppy-limbed beings

PV 2:2 "instantly the Lords of Xibalba burst into laughter and all the other lords began to laugh loudly" (p. 44).

H.e^t [/ta-h.att/ 'corrosion' (DMWA, p. 183a)] -- 7th, 2 JD : "they eat their own forms" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 144)

{Was laughter at others deemed corrosive to the spirit of the laugher ["they writhed from pain"]? The expression "they eat their own forms" may refer to self-deprecatory humor.}


vomit onto laughter-god in vat of bird-wings

PV 2:2 "when they sat down they were burned." (p. 44)

T.e^t [/ta.wwayah/ 'frying-pan' (DMWA, p. 668a)]

{cf. alchemic cooking of king?} {hot seat is in myth of Theseus-and-Peirithoos's seeking of Persephone}


activation, by being cooked, of crosses-in-hair god of laughter

PV 2:2 "cut off the head" (p. 46)

7th, 1 JD : "The beheading" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 149)

7th, 1 JD : "come forth on the path by thy spittle" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 148)

{The main kind of animal sliding forward by means of its slime is the snail.}


laughter-god issuing out of glass-seasnail

PV 2:2 "the tree, which had never borne fruit before the head of Hun-Hunahpú was placed among its branches, was covered with fruit." (p. 47)

7th, 1 JD : divine cobra "with the head of a woman" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 147)

{cf., in the Wak-wak islands, the trees which bear human heads as fruit (mentioned in the 1001 Nights)} {The cobra "with the head of a woman" could be the serpent who induced H.awwah to eat of the forbidden fruit.}

6th, 3 JD : crocodile-headed god on invisible throne (AEBA, pp. 47; EH&H, vol. 1, p. 131)


crocodile-helmeted god and crocodile-helmeted goddess, without visible support

PV 2:3 "fall directly into the maiden's palm." (p. 50)

T.e^t [/t.ayyah/ 'fold, pleat' (DMWA, p. 675a)] -- 6th, 2 JD : ibis perching on hand (AEBA, pp. 47, 37)

{cf. origami (folded-paper) cranes}


distorted stereobate

PV 2:3 "And when they die, men are frightened by their bones." (p. 51) [should have sympathy even for cadavers]

T.e^t [/t.awiyah/ 'intention, conscience' (DMWA, p. 675b)] -- 6th, 1 JD : reliquary-displays (AEBA, p. 47)

{"conscience" = self-transparency concerning intent}


descent through sky of upside-down [conscientious?] transparent skulls

PV 2:3 mysterious gestation (p. 52)

5th, 3 JD : man-headed lion split into twain, with "mysterious oval" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 93)

PV 2:3 "The red sap gushing forth from the tree fell in the gourd" (p. 52)

5th, 2 JD : tree (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 111)

PV 2:3 "All were tricked" (p. 53)

5th, 2 JD : whereover "this god standeth ... he speaketh words ... every day" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 89).

{1st washer (baptizer) was Paulos, who thus split his practice from that of Petros -- Petros, whose tongue, to his embarrassment, uttered before daybreak the triple denial. Paulos emitted his disciple Titos to Illuria = Ila-vr.ta.} {from body of pierced-tongued Skanda is split Nai-gameya, cf. /Naiga-mes.a/ 'fettered ram' < earlier (ID, p. 49) /Neja-mes.a/ ('washer-ram')}


pierced-tongued god emitting stellar ray

{cf. Dirke's (/dirkaion/ 'wild carrot') being dragged-to-death by way of her hair} {N.B. the carrot-colored (golden) Tirthankara-s go nude, according to Dig-ambara doctrine.}

Yo^d : /yadah/ 'confess; thank' -- 5th, 2 JD : "provide food" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 85){: cf. "olive oil flowed" for Epopeus (Pausanias 2:6 -- "HA")}

{cognate with */Yadha-/ > /Zethos/, name of son (and releaser from captivity to Dirke at Thebai) of Anti-ope, who went mad [and thus roamed the countryside in the nude?] until she married Phokos (DCM, s.v. "Antiope")}


star-spangled death-of-maize goddess who is nude {cf. Aster-opia ('starry-faced'), also said (DCM, s.v. "Asteria 2") to be wife of Phokos = S`is`u-mara.}

PV 2:3 " they found the fragrance of the heart very sweet." (p. 53)

I. goddess IDuNn found apples of longevity for the Aesir (PESS, p. 91), thus maintaining their primordial youthfulness


men drink beverage praepared by women

PV 2:3 "the owls, the maiden's servants, ... flew ... from the abyss toward earth" (p. 53)

5th, 1 JD : two goddesses in bird-guise (AEBA, pp. 46, 37)

{IToNia's priestess gave birth to (DCM, s.v. "Iodama") THeBe [perhaps cognate with /Qe^Z./ 'midsummer' (DMWA, p. 942b)}

4th, 3 JD : man raiseth one hand whilest winged sun-disk hovereth above (AEBA, p. 45).

I. Loki adhaereth to pole for striking at eagle (PESS, p. 91). [A pole-post employed as gnomon can determine midsummer by its shadow being shortest at noon on that day.]}

{TVAS.T.r., a craftsman, fashioned and owneth a set of 4 nestling cups.}

4th, 2 JD : god SKR (AEBA, pp. 45, 37). SKR is a craftsman who fashioneth silver bowls (BCFD -- RDEG&G, s.v. "Sokar").

I. Tjazzi [pronounced /TJASTSTi/] abducteth Idunn (PESS, p. 91).


women praeparing food

{displaced?} PV 2:2 "Their fat-pine pine sticks were pointed" {IToNia's priestess "was turned to stone." (DCM, s.v. "Iodama")} {When pin~on nuts were created, "the Calendar Stone" was buried (DOMNI -- "ChBM").}

4th, 1 JD : R-STLw (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 62) {RaSa-TaLa is the abode of (HAGu, s.v. "Rasatala") the Nivata-kavaca-s ('impenetrable coat-of-mail'), while an "impenetrable flint-arrowhead shirt" is made by Pin~on Maidens (Hopi "SL").}

I. While being returned to the Aesir, IDuNn was a nut (PESS, p. 92) {Arrowheads and pin~on-nuts were brought in conjunction, against the wishes of Coyote (Washo -- PP, p. 83).} {pine nuts were stolen by Crow (Shoshone -- "ThPN").} {White maize is eaten together with pin~on-nut (San Juan pueblo -- PP, p. 87).}


man (holding split sighting-instrument) transporteth maize {Maize was stolen by Coyote and Crow together (Cakchikel -- PV 3:1, fn. 3)}

/Kap/ is from 3721 /kapap/ 'to prostrate (bow oneself down)' -- 3rd, 3 JD (AEBA, p. 44) : "gods, with bowed backs" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 59)

{Thebe married Ogugos ('primaeval').}


descent through sky of crossbones

{displaced?} PV 2:2 Zotzi-ha`, the House of Bats

Kap 'palm of hand, sole of foot' (3709) -- 3rd, 2 JD : gods with their torsos swathed [to emphasize their feet?] (AEBA, p. 44; EH&H, vol. 1, p. 49)

I. his feet were why SKADI chose NJO,RD as her husband (PESS, p. 93) {SKOTIa (Aphro-dite) chose winged NERITes (DCM, s.v. "Nerites") as her husband.}


flying cheiroptera ('hand-wing')

3rd, 1 JD : "papyrus ... surmounted by a piece of flesh" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 52)

[to indicate replacement of flesh with vegetable? (i.e., so-called "transsubstantiation")]


striped tree groweth out of heart of goddess

2nd, 3 JD : holding star-surmounted sceptres (AEBA, p. 43)

I. eyen were extracted from Tjazzi at the ramparts of A`s-gard (PESS, p. 93). {holding pupils extracted from eyen (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 50)}


eyen are extracted from gods of square ramparts

PV 2:4 "she seized the beards, the red silk of the ears of corn" (p. 56)

2nd, 2 JD : bearded heads at stern and at prow of boat

I. beard of divine nanny-goat Heid-ru`n (PESS, p. 93)


descent, from Heaven of Hearts, of bearded starry wind-serpent

PV 2:5 "on the thistles." (p. 57)

2nd, 2 JD : armless men and armless woman with 2 bushes (AEBA, p. 43; EH&H, vol. 1, p. 27)

I. double-death : of Gilling and of his wife (PESS, p. 94)


flag-standards in double tree of death-god

PV 2:5 the tree's "trunk swelled." (p. 59) {such tree became source of rivers in South American mythologies}

2nd, 1 JD : gods "of the two corners", the 2nd of the twain named 'jug' (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 28)

I. the 2 dwergar are cornered and transported to a sea-reef, and there compelled to surrender jugs (PESS, p. 95) {"Mainaka's asylum-giver is ocean." ("MAT&M", p. 359)}


2 glass-seasnails

PV 2:5 twin brethren "became monkeys"

1st, 3 JD : "singing apes" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 12).

I. honed scythes death-dealing to thralls (PESS, p. 95) [Thralls, deemed sub-human, could be likened to baboons.]


fever (ChB) {Roman goddess Febris} {Pauran.ik BABHRu = Latin FEBRuus, festival for the dead}

1st, 2 JD : "Four Terms" (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 4)


human skulls

PV 2:6 Xmucur

>ugaritic /S^/ [possibly /s^enhabbim/ 'ivory of elephants' (8143), cf. /haben/ 'ebony' (1894)]

{the rock's " chips flew up" (PESS, p. 96)} {"an elephant is likened to "a winged mountain of old"" ("MAT&M", p. 358).}


3 temples in the form of eagles (flying temples?)

{mt. Mainaka retaineth its wings ("MAT&M", p. 359).}

1st, 1 JD : "gods who open the gates (EH&H, vol. 1, p. 9)

I. Bo,l-verkr in eagle-guise entring into A`s-gard (PESS, p. 96) {-- starting here there is a transition to earlier in the Prose Edda}


hero flying by wearing eagle-skin


Edznab 'flint' {Flint imprisoned the animals in a cavern ("ICS"), as did Hermes (HM4H -- "HM1"), who was nourished under a "strawberry-tree" (Pausanias 9:22:2 -- "HM1")} PV 2:6 seized beasts

D.6 BE bearded god holding knife (AEBN, p. 106)

{The samudra-manthana ('sea-churning') congealed the Parijata tree (according to the Puran.a).}

GG 37. Ski`rnir is retainer of self-acting sword (PESS, p. 50) which formerly was possessed by Freyr {*/Frehu/ < */Pras`u-/, i.e., Hermes}. SKI`RNir is wooer of GeRd; just as SKIRoN is husband of (DCM, s.v. "Sciron", p. 413b) KHaRi-kloi. {The milk may be praeparation of cheese, whereof the rind is in Hellenic /SKIRon/.}


one-footed gods Tezcatli-poca & Tezcatl-anextia churning milk {= "joint churning of the ocean" (SP:K -- ID, p. 206) by Indra with Bali.}

PV 2:6 gnat pierced boys' grandmother's water-vessel so as to detain her {cf. Danai:des in Netherworld}

D.6 BE curved object upon hands

{Freyr's antler implement is that of (according to the Etruscan Book of Aradia) the Man-in-the-Moon, whence Selanios 'lunar' as father of Kukhreus (/kukhranos/, a quail-like bird) the father of Khari-kloi.}


temple of bird-down

PV 2:6 "chili-seeds" (which are stinging-flavored, alike unto emmets)

D.5 BE flying beetle (AEBN, p. 106)

{Khari-kloi was (DCM, s.v. "Cychreus") mother-in-law of Aiakos, for whom emmets became (DCM, s.v. "Aeacus", p. 14b) humans.} {This was when emmets were climbing tree alike unto Asura-s ascending Meru.} 39. Laera`dr biting needles of pine-tree (PESS, p. 52)

{cf. "poisonous ants" hurled at tree (MJSh, p. 17)}

{cf. dappled emmets in South America}

Mum 'blemish' (3971) -- D.5 BE men being held by other men (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 41. Ein-herjar wound each other lovingly (PESS, p. 54)


dappled-faced men

{cf. South American Indian use of emmet-heads to surture wounds}

D.5 BE flaming men being bound by women (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 48. "cut off its head and went therewith to the sea." (PESS, p. 70)


decapitated heads of the dappled-faced on net

PV 2:7 planting of house-plants as life-tokens

D.4 BE disk is uplifted (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. Mistletoe was spared from being required to swear the oath (PESS, p. 72).

PV 2:8 xan (mosquito) bit wooden effigies

D.4 BE disk with serpent (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. Mistletoe wounded its victim (PESS, p. 73).

PV 2:9 (fireflies illumined place)

D.4 BE flame-headed gods (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. "fire burst from the rollers" (PESS, p. 74).

PV 2:9 "the ball rebounded and bounced all around"

D.3 BE rolling person with ball (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. Litr was kicked (PESS, p. 74).

PV 2:9 the twain Puhuyu` garden-guards were bye-passed; their mouths were disjointed {cf. Fenrir's mouth disjointed (51. PESS, p. 81)}

D.3 BE bird-god {cf. Puhuyu`, who are birds} is perched on joined hands of persons (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. the bridge-guardianess Mo`d-gudr was bye-passed by Hermo`dr (PESS, pp. 74-5).

PV 2:10 "wished very much to look out ..., and wished to see if it had dawned"

D.2-1 BE tower with inverted shades [= can be seen out of, but not into?] (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 49. "made a house with four doors, so that he could see out of the house in all directions." (PESS, p. 76)


bleeder (ChB)

D.2-1 BE arch (awning?) consisting of starry disks (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 50. an attempt was made to catch Loki in a net; instead was successfully grasped by hand (PESS, p. 77)


haimerrhoid-bleeding under netted awning


Az. earthquake

D.2-1 BE venom is felt by hand (AEBN, p. 106)

GG 50. Loki the venom-cause of earthquakes, except :

D.2-1 BE goddess with anthropoid serpents (AEBN, p. 106)

when this serpent-venom is obviated by his wife Sigyn (PESS, p. 78)


descent through body of gold-spotted red goddess

PV 2:11 Turtle became head. {cf. Turtle as scalper ("TWP")}

D.2-1 BE divine barque (AEBN, p. 106) {Turtle gifted mankind with living implements (Skidi -- TNA, p, 77)}

GG 51. the ship Nagl-fari, composed of very many fingernails (PESS, p. 79) {Swimming Turtle is in AmerIndian myths sometimes ridden as if boat.}

PV 2:11 Turtle was smitten, "breaking into a thousand pieces".

C.3 BE fragments within sepulchre (AEBN, p. 105) --

Turtle is broken by his own wife's urinating on him (TO, p. 16).}

{cf. how the skull of S`iva splintered in 1,000 fragments (alike to pin~ata)}

PV 2:13 arisen from death, twin-brethren become fishes.

C.2 BE disks on poles within sepulchres (AEBN, p. 105)

{"Nhia~perikuli's younger brother ... transformed into a surubim fish" (MJSh, p. 174);

{cf. Lamba-udara 'hanging belly' (paunch) in Puran.a}

C.1 BE on tent-structure (AEBN, p. 105) [tent can sag on its frame]

but was revived by being seethed (ibid., p. 175).} {cf. book "bitter in the belly" (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 10:9), though :


being seethed in cauldron by paunch-bellied gods (CBM, p. 46)

PV 2:13 "hordes of ants came and found them" {This "them" may = aphids, whence emmets extract sweet food.}

>ugaritic /D/ {cf. /do^q/ 'sense of taste' (DMWA, p. 364b); /dalq/ 'tip of tongue' (Ibid., p. 360a); B.2 BE papyros-plants (AEBN, p. 105)

sweet at first to the taste.}

GG 52. "plenteous abundance of good drink" (PESS, p. 83)

PV 2:14 "burned incense"

/daki^ 'redolent, fragrant' (Ibid., p. 359b); /dafar/ 'pungent odor' (Ibid., p. 357b)} B.1 BE shades each upon head of a BL (AEBN, p. 105)

{This bittersweet is received from fire-legged sun-face deity (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 10:1).}

PV 2:14 life-token plants "resprouted"

Nun 'to propagate a plant by shoots' (5125) {Nun is father of Yo^s^uwa<} A.6 BE birds pulling barque (AEBN, p. 104)

GG 53. Li`f-TRaSir (PESS, p. 84) {cf. /Lae:tes/ < */LaSeRTes/, name of the father of Odusseus : do note that */-TRS/ is a backwards-spelling of */-SRT/!}

{with /Yo^s^uwa</ cf. /Yes^uwa</ = Iesous who is nailed to stauros, and who created birds}


Caban < /cab/ 'honey' -- PV 3:1 "honey"

PV 3:2 Balam ('leopard') heroes

A.6 BE interrment-mound for weeping-eye (AEBN, p. 104) {cf. honey found in lion}

{Is /BaLaM/ intended as a pun for /BLossoM/?}

PV 3:2 "a mirror is breathed upon."

A.5 BE upon head of mummy (AEBN, p. 104)

{Doth dust on mirror = pollen on pistil of flower?}


Cib 'wax' (cf. wax for sealing bough-grafts) -- PV 3:3 four heroines emerge from dreams

A.5 BE emerging from head of mummy (AEBN, p. 104)

{For bird-women Seirenes, wax-plugged Odusseus is fastened to mast.}

PV 3:3 four gods are carried on the backs of the four high-priests

>ugaritic /Z./ [cf. /z.innah/ 'suspicion, misgiving' (DMWA, p. 682a) -- A.5 BE being uplifted on hands (AEBN, p. 104)

GG 53. cf. "golden chess-pieces" (PESS, p. 84) {"Get thee behind me, S`" (Matthaios 16:23), for harbouring suspicions}


poppet-gods being manipulated, from in back of them, by poppeteer

{cf. S.ipporah [< */Z.iPPoRah/], daughter of Yitro^.}

>ugaritic /Z./ [cf./Z.uFuR/ 'talon of bird' (DMWA, p. 680a)] --A.5 BE emergence from head (AEBN, p. 104)


posts, planted in flowered pots transported by birds

{To`rr met "Gja`lp, daughter of Geirro,dr, standing in certain ravines, one leg in each, spanning the river" (PESS, p. 123).}

>ugaritic /Z./ [cf. /z.ahr/ 'back, rear' (DMWA, p. 683a)] -- A.5 BE emergence from interrment-mounds, of women (AEBN, p. 104)

From her rear, she "bending over the stream" (ECM&F, s.v. "Dagda", p. 114a) "with a foot on either side of the river" (LI, s.v. "Mo`r-Ri`oghain', p. 362a), Mor-ri`gu was swived by Dagdae.


"master of all the arts" (ChB) -- PV 3:4 languages diverged, became different {cf. divergence of arts and of crafts}

SAMAK 'to lean for support' (5564) -- A.4-3 BE shrew-headed deities (AEBN, p. 104) [squeakings of shews = languages]

{"Hercules ... might lean on ... the Dagda's chosen weapon," his cudgel (DTh, p. 149).}

"Samildánach -- "Skilled in All the Arts"" ("TDD--L") is Daghdha, who is also known as :

PV 3:5 fire was imparted to humans by Tohil

A.4-3 BE mummy of god, under solar disk (AEBN, p. 104)

(LI, s.v. "Aodh Ruadh Ro`-Fheasa", p. 19a) /Aodh Ruadh/ 'fire-ruddy'.


in red earth-monster is cross-faced god being fire-drilled by :

PV 3:6 "the Great Star called Icoquih, which rises first before the sun"

A.4 BE solar disks amid stars (AEBN, p. 104)

Daghdha was mortally wounded by Balar's wife Ceithlinn (LI, s.v. "Daghdha", p. 153b).

a bearded god (usually planetary)

A.3 BE

PV 3:7 "Stones in a Row, ... they [the tribes] crossed the sea". {bridge of stars?}

A.2 BE arch of disk-stars (AEBN, p. 104)

{"The Weaver Girl ... the magpie bridge are found in the stars – represented {by} Vega ... and Deneb respectively." ("SGh&T"; cf. "SC&WG")} {Weaver-girl = Penelope, whose name ('duck') is the magpie in quaestion.}

PV 3:8 The deities are hidden.

A.1 BE divine barque atop double man-headed lion {lion = Cymry Lleu ('Lion')}

{Arianrhod's son Dylan "disappeared immediately into the sea" CM&F, s.v. "Lleu Llaw Gyffes", p. 291a).} {DYLan by GOVannon (DCeM, p. 144a) = DIRghatamas by GAUtama (PE, s.v. "Anenas II")}

PV 3:9 "the stars appeared."

A.1 BE stars, each atop a shade

{Constellation goddess Arianrhod (DCeM, q.v., p. 21b) is mother of Lleu Llaw Gyffes (p. 21a).}


descent through body of goddess of constellations

PV 3:10 "holom-ocox ["head of a mushroom" (fn. 6)]. ... But they [the priests] ... ate only the ... horseflies, and the wasps, and the bees".

{The "horseflies" are the flies and the bees which the mushroom Amanita muscaria is famous for inebriating.}

Aillil's daughter E`tain was transformed "into a beautiful fly that followed Midhir" (LI, s.v. "E`adaoin", p. 189b) {-- suggesting that MiDir [cf. Skt /MaDa/ 'inebriation'] may personify the Amanita muscaria}.


{transition to start of sequence : this may involve the entheogen-mushroom-paradise Tlaloca`n}

PV 4:2 Women designated for sexual intercourse with foreign men bring back from those foreign men capes which harm their own male kin.

6:3 BC women behead men (AEBA, p. 95) {Deianeira from a sexual encountre with Nessos brought back a cape harmful (caustic) to her husband Hera-klees.}

{Gwenhwywar [a name etymological with /Deianeira/ < */Ganirwa/] though about to be put to death, succeeded by means of the effects of Lancelot, in harming her legal husband king Arthur.}


happy and cheerful (ChB) {ebullient with joy -- Yuki cosmogony likewise commenceth with "foam" (NAI 14.169).}

6:2 BC deity emergent from underground (AEBA, p. 95) {"my cup runneth over" [i.e., foameth over] (Thilli^m 23:5)}

This is the dripping tub made for Ainge daughter of Daghdha (LI, s.v. "Daghdha", p. 153a).


foaming-brained (-minded) tub-deity (foaming indicative of excogitation of joy?)

6:1 BC holding a sceptre (AEBA, p. 95) {shadow-pulling ANGaraka (PE, q.v.)} {JAmBHaLa}

"When twigs Ainge was gathering were stolen by Gaible ..., they became a forest" (DCeM, s.v. "Ainge").


black darkness

6:1 BC horned beast in oval (AEBA, p. 95)

Owned by Gaible is a "magical cow, white with green spots" (DCeM, s.v. "Glas Ghaibhleann", p. 224b)


white-with-dots living flag-beings


Az. Eagle {cf. eagle-guise of Llew Llaw Gyffes, who ("MSM", p. 424) shot a wren "in the leg between the sinew and the bone."}

5:3 BC birds perched upside-down (AEBA, p. 94) {"thy youth is renewed like the eagle's" (Thilli^m 103:5)}

Having slain Cearmaid (who is Daghdha's son, and revived -- LI, s.v. "Daghdha", p. 153b), Lugh (= Llaw Gyffes -- LI, s.v. "Lugh", p. 311b) was speared in his foot by Cearmaid's sons (ibid., p. 314a)


curved-headed (denoting revival?) wind-beings


Ix 'woman' : praesumably, specifically a menstruating woman, because (in ChB) it is a prognosis of the "bloody-toothed jaguar"

5:2 BC woman facing horned god (AEBA, p. 94)

Lugh's son Se`t-anta ('wayfarer' -- LI, s.v. "Cu` Chulainn", p. 137a), wont to "show himself to the women" (Ibid., p. 137b), was slain through machinations of a woman, queen Meadhbh, because she was discovered by him while she was "menstruating" (LI, s.v. "Meadhbh", p. 341b).


red (blood?)-centred disk


Ben 'reed' {Reeds were whispred to, by Midas. Another "whisprer" is the poplar : white poplar, renowned for its quivering, is (acc. to H:G) /LUGDe/.}

<ayin 'eye' (5869) -- 5:2 BC jackal-headed god approaching animal-headed mummies from behind [so as to whispre to them?] (AEBA, p. 94)

"Of Cuchulainn's eyes, one sank in his head ..., while the other protruded" ("CM", pp. 153-4), while his body "quivered in every limb" (Ibid., p. 153).} {Se`t-anta was slain by (LI, s.v. "Cu` Chulainn", p. 143a) Cu` Roi`'s son LUGaiD.}


4 tree-deities having prominent eyelashes


Eb 'tooth' {cf. poisonous tooth of Ailill O`lom's resultant from the unstraight (LI, s.v. "Ailill O`lom", p. 6b)}

Peh 'mouth' (6310) -- 5:1 BC young children with their fingers in their mouths (AEBA, p. 94)

Unexpectedly (LI, s.v. "Lughaid mac Con", p. 317b), "Lughaid did eat", having been fostred by (Ibid., p. 317a) Ailill O`lom.


2 wind-beings twisted together


Az. eyen {The divine bird Jat.a-ayus was waylaid through the scheme of deer-shapeshifter Marica ('black pepper') : cf. deer Eik-tyrnir ('oak-thorn') with the 2 divine ravens of O`dinn; and the 2 <arab ravens}

S.da> 'to design, contrive' (6656 from 6660 /s.diyah/ 'ambuscade') -- 4:3 BC persons walking [i.e., walking into an ambush?] (AEBA, p. 94)

Art, who was accompanied by "two angels" (LI, s.v. "Art", p. 26a), was slain, and his son was ambushed, by Con's son Lughaid, who "hid half of the army" (LI, s.v. "Lughaid mac Con", p. 318a).


blind [not seeing the army?] blood-goddess with 2 black divinities vomited over [via the vomiting-inducing "black drink" yaupon = Ilex vomitoria] by red skulls


Az. mandible {= Hanumant (/hanu/ 'jawbone'), who flew to the realm of RAVANa}

4:2 BC bird overhead (AEBA, p. 94)

Art's son Cormac went to (LI, s.v. "Cormac mac Airt", p. 126b) king Fiachu ('raven' -- LI, s.v. "Fiachu Fear Mara") Muilleathan at RAFAiNN.


"U" (or mandible)-shaped double-headed colorful serpent

{RAMa-candra followed Hanumant into Lanka, to meet RAVANa = city /RAVENNa/.}

4:1 BC dripping solar disks (AEBA, p. 94)

Cormac's daughter was (LI, s.v. "Cormac mac Airt", p. 124b) AiLBHe = ALBula, Latin name of river Tiberis, beside which is city ROMa


baptism with poured water {cf. Ajivika baptism with water spouted from ELePHants' trunks}

{Rama-candra's wife Sita had been taken away (but was later recovered) to Lanka.}

3:3 BC women standing upside-down (AEBA, p. 93)

Cormac's wife was taken away (temporarily) to Land of Promise (LI, s.v. "Cormac mac Airt", p. 125a) by Mananna`n.


goddess of guts (indicative of resolution?) {cf. Sita's resolution to entre fire}

3:2 BC scene enclosed within ouro-boros (AEBA, p. 93)

The blemished Cormac was succeeded by (LI, s.v. "Cormac mac Airt", p. 127b) his own son Cairbre Lifechair (q.v., p, 62b).

3:2 BC double-sphinx {cf. double nature of Tadhg as both father-in-law of, and as adversary of, Cumhall}

Son of Cumhall and of Muirne the daughter of Tadhg at the hill Almhu, was Fionn, whose father Cumhall was slain at Cnucha (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 241b) by Goll mac Morna (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 242b).

3:1 BC deities "with the heads of catfish" (AEBA, p. 86); above them a serpent (or eel?) (AEBA, p. 93)

At "Fionn's birth, ... he was thrown into the sea ..., but emerged holding an ell in his hands." (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 242a) {cf. Cyrmry myth of new-born Taliesin found in eel-weir}

3:1 BC god reposing [sleeping?] betwixt two serpents (AEBA, p. 93)

As a boy, Fionn heard the soporific music of Aille`n (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 244a). {cf. Argos Pan-optes, who heard soporific music after overcoming serpent-goddess Ekhidne in her sleep (DCM, s.v. "Argos 2", p. 59a}

2:5 BC bull-horned hero (AEBA, p. 92)

{Argos Pan-optes flayed a bull which had been devastating Arkadia (loc. cit.)}

2:4 BC ram-headed god (AEBA, p. 92) {ram-headed to indicate ram's horn, blown for signaling at some distance}

Despite being warned by "a man with a massive voice" (LI, s.v. "Diarmaid ua Duibhne", p. 174a),

Fionn's wife Gra`inne (daughter of Cormac) eloped with Diarmaid (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 244b), who :

2:3 BC "coffer ... containing ... corpse" (AEBA, p. 85)

was afterwards slaughtred (alike to Adonis) by a boar (LI, s.v. "Diarmaid ua Duibhne", p. 174b).

2:2 BC men grasping their own hair-forelocks [out of frustration {that Faola`n could not impose requirement on Cairbre}]

Cairbre Lifechair was taken hostage by Fionn's son Faola`n; but Fionn himself fulfilled the ransom-requirement (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 246a).

2:1 BC women standing in ovals (AEBA, p. 92)

Dearg's daughter shamed the ladies (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 246b).

2:1 BC shrew-headed deities reposing (AEBA, p. 92)

Fionn desiring "Co`nan's daughter Findearbh, he was eventually allowed to sleep with her" (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 247a).

2:1 BC catfish-headed deities reposing (AEBA, p. 92)

Otherworld lady's bracelet in lake; she "inveigled Fionn into diving for it." (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 246b)

1:5 BC headless men (AEBA, p. 91)

At the admonition of the speaking decapitated head of his jester Lomnha, Cairbre Lifechair slew Fionn mac Cumhaill (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 239b).

1:4 BC a pair of women, and a pair of men, bent over enclosed objects (AEBA, p. 91)

The son of Fionn mac Cumhaill was Oisi`n 'little fawn' (LI, s.v. "Oisi`n", p. 410b), who boasted to a woman that he owned huge objects : egg, berry, and leaf (Ibid., p. 412a).

1:4 BC women standing on pedestals (AEBA, p. 91) [to indicate that others are pleased with them?]

Son of Lughaidh (daughter of Fionn mac Cumhaill) is Mac Lughach (LI, s.v. "Fionn mac Cumhaill", p. 245b), namely Gaoine, whose parents were sister (Lughaid) and brother (Da`ire Dearg), a fact which "pleased" Fionn (LI, s.v. "Mac Lughach", p. 324a).

1:3 BC women with protective snakes; men with protective snakes (AEBA, p. 91)

While a child, Gaoine killed a weasel, and was given to tutoress Mongfhionn (loc. cit.), stepmother of (LI, s.v. "Mongfhionn", p. 358a) Nial Naoi-Ghiallach.

[Certain weasels kill snakes; so that Gaoine could have been protecting the snakes.]

1:2 BC woman and man, each lofting a sun-disk (AEBA, p. 91)

At her requaest, Ne`l Noi`-Giallach ('lustrous 9-hostaged') (Ibid, p. 376b) embraced the sovereignty-goddess (Ibid., p. 378a).

1:2 BC jackal-headed men (AEBA, p. 91)

Mongfhionn dreamt of her own sons in the forms of lion, greyhound, beagle, and cur (LI, s.v. "Niall", p. 378a).

1:1 BC nine ox-headed men

"he took one hostage from each of the nine tuatha of the Airgialla" (DCeM, s.v. "Niall Noi`giallach", p. 305a).

1:1 BC cobras and other serpents

Ne`l Noi`-Giallach was slain by Eochu (son of E`anna Cinseleach) while "in the company of Pictish bards" (LI, s.v. "Niall", p. 379a). {/PICt-/ is perhaps cognate with /PIS`aci/ of RV 1:133:5.}

{/PIS`aci/ is called /Pis`anga-/ (ID, p. 39), the name in Tan.d.ava Br. of a serpent-deity.}

PV; ChB; ChBCh




N.B. : A more recent practice (as, in AEBA, pp. 67-77 -- subsequent to the "western mountain" according to AEBA, p. 59 and 66) is to increase the ordinal hour-# of these sections of the BG by one.

"UA" = "Ugaritic Alphabet".

SHD = Strong's Hebrew and Aramaic Dictionary of Bible Words.

H-ED = Dov Ben-Abba : Hebrew-English Dictionary. Massada Pr, 1977.

DMWA = J. Milton Cowan : A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic. 4th edn. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 1979.

S-ED = Monier Monier-Williams : Sanskrit-English Dictionary. 1899.

H:G = Hesukhios : Glossai.

PV = Popol Vuh (translated by Morley & Recinos). (without notes, and only as far as 3:5) or (with notes, and complete) -- an alternative (more recent) translation is or with numbering of the lines (as in the original manuscript)

ChB = Chilam Balam (translations in Spanish in Libro de los Libros de Chilam Balam; into English in :- Moran & Kelley : The Alphabet and the Ancient Calendar Signs, 2nd edn., Palo Alto, 1970, Fig. 19).

ChBCh = The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Transl by Ralph L. Roys. Washington (D.C.) : Carnegie Institution, 1933.

ChBT = Chilam Balam of Tizimin.

CBM = Codex Borgianus Mexicanus. Edition by Di`az & Rodgers, Dover Bks, NY, 1993.

ThTGH = Ptolemy Tompkins : This Tree Grows Out of Hell : Mesoamerica and the Search for the Magical Body. Harper San Francisco, 1990.

ILK = Miguel Leo`n-Ortilla & Earl Shorris : In the Language of Kings. W.W. Norton & Co, 2001.

EBN = Ainigmatic Book of the Netherworld.

BG = Book of Gates.

JD = JM DLWt (What Is In the Netherworld).

BE = Book of the Earth.

BC = Book of Caverns.

EH&H = Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge : The Egyptian Heaven and Hell. Kegan Paul, Trench, Tru:bner & Co, London, 1905. 3 voll.

FFGAE = E. A. Wallis Budge : From Fetish to God in Ancient Egypt. Oxford Univ Pr, 1934.

AEBA = Erik Hornung (transl by David Lorton) : The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife. Cornell Univ Pr, Ithaca (NY), 1999.

PS = Alan F. Alford : Pyramid of Secrets. Eridu Bks, Walsall, 20003.

"GAE--S" = "Gods of Ancient Egypt -- Sekhmet".

"GAE--B" = "Gods of Ancient Egypt -- Bat".

HH4H = Homeric Hymn 4, to Hermes.

"HM1" = "Hermes Myths 1".

"HE" = "heroine Antiope".

PSS = Henry More (ed. by Alexander Jacob) : A Platonick Song of the Soul. Associated Univ Prs, 1998.

Ha`va-ma`l (Norse text )

PESS = Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur (transl. ) : The Prose Edda of Snorri Sturluson. NY : Amer-Scandinavian Foundat, 1916. (pp. 14-87) "Gylfa-ginning" + (pp. 90-241) "Ska`lds-kapar-ma`l"

S:H = Snorri Sturluson (transl. by Lee M. Hollander) : Heimskrilinga. Univ of TX Pr, Austin, 1964.

SG:GD = Saxo Grammaticus : Gesta Danorum.

"MSM" = "Math the Son of Mathonwy". In :- Lady Charlotte Guest (translatrix) : The Mabinogion. London : Bernard Quaritch, 1877.

"CM" = John Arnott McCulloch : "Celtic Mythology". In :- Mythology of All Races, Vol. 3. Boston : Marshall Jones Co., 1918.

DCeM = James MacKillop : Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. Oxford Univ Pr, 1998.

ECM&F = Patricia Monaghan : The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore. Checkmark Bks (imprint of Facts On File), NY, 2004.

LI = Da`ithi` O` hO`ga`in : The Lore of Ireland. Boydell Pr, Woodbridge (Suffolk), 2006.

"TDD--L" = "Tuatha De` Danann -- Lugh".

"EG--IG" = "Eglinton Castle -- Irish Giant".

MBh= Maha-bharata.

PE = Vettam Mani : Puran.ic Encyclopaedia.

ID = N. N. Bhattacharyya : Indian Demonology. Manohar Publ, Delhi, 2000.

"MAT&M" = E. Washburn Hopkins : "Mythological Aspects of Trees and Mountains in the Great Epic". J OF THE AMER ORIENTAL SOC 30.4 (Sept 1910):347-374.

"SGh&T" = "A season of ghosts and the tale of the cowherd and the weaver".

"SC&WG" = "The story of the cowherd and the weaver girl".

HNAM = Dawn E. Bastian & Judy K. Mitchell : Handbook of Native American Mythology. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, 2004.

AIM&L = Richard Erdoes & Alfonso Ortiz : American Indian Myths and Legends. Pantheon Bks, NY, 1984.

NAI 14.169 = The North American Indian, vol. 14, p. 169.

"ICS" = "Iroquois Creation Story".

"EM" = Anthony Wonderley : "The Eldest Medicine : Red Osier Dogwood in Iroquois Folklore and Mythology". In :- Christine Sternberg Patrick (editrix) : Preserving Tradition and Understanding the Past : Papers from the Conference on Iroquois Research, 2001–2005. NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM RECORD 1 (2010). Univ of the State of NY, Albany (NY). pp. 15-23.


Norton 1816 = Carl F. Klinck & James J. Talman (edd.) : The Journal of Major John Norton, 1816. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1970.

"B&F" = "Bear and the Fawns".

DOMNI = Aileen O'Bryan : The Dine' : Origin Myths of the Navajo Indians. BULLETIN OF THE BUREAU OF AMER ETHNOLOGY, SMITHSONIAN INST, 163. Washington (DC), 1956.

"ChBM" = "Changing Bear Maiden".

"TWP" = "Turtle's War Party".

TNAI = Stith Thompson : Tales of the North American Indians. IN Univ Pr, Bloomington, 1929.

TO = George A. Dorsey : Traditions of the Osage. FIELD COLUMBIAN MUS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL SER, 7.1. Chicago, 1904.

PV 2:3 = Popol Vuh 2:3

PV 3:1 fn. = Popol Vuh 3:1 fn.

"YBP" = "Yucatán’s Bird of Paradise".

"Wh-NCNN" = "White-nosed Coati - Nasua narica".

"FAA" = "Facts About Aardvarks".

MJSh = Robin M. Wright : Mysteries of the Jaguar Shamans of the Northwest Amazon. Univ of NE Pr, 2013.

ShATh = Thomas McEvilley : The Shape of Ancient Thought. Allworth Pr, NY, 2002.

DTh = Jane T. Sibley : The Divine Thunderbolt. Philadelphia : Xlibris, 2009.

"L&B--MT" = "Leviathan and Behemoth -- Messianic Times".

Matthaios 16:23 (Is this an invitation to Diabolos to become one's personal back-up?)

S:A = Immanuel Swedenborg : Apocalypse.

"ASch" = "Affe mit Schädel".'s_Monkey/Rheinhold's_Monkey_Page.htm

[Basic comparisons (of Meso-American 20 day-signs & consonant-sequence & JM DWLt) written Mar 6-7 2015; Irish dynastic parallelism added Mar 7-9 2015; CBM 34 onwards parallelism added Mar 9-11; Labors-of-Heraklees parallelism added Mar 12; Edda parallelism (Ska`lds-kapar-ma`l I; Gylfa-ginning 37-53) added Mar 13-14 -- all these mythologies and the alphabet were first correlated backwards, and later transposed forwards -- I had not done such comparisons in several years, and had forgotten which direction was praeferable. Further details from JM DWLt and its aequivalent in CBM 33 added Mar 23rd-24th. Additions from Book of Gates : 6-8 (Mar 26th), 1-5.3 (Mar 27). Gylfa-ginning 10-36 (Mar 28). Additions from Popol Vuh (2:4-3:5; along with PESS, pp. 72-6) April 2nd; and (3:6-4:2) April 3rd; and (1:1-1:7) April 4th; and (1:8-2:3) April 5th. BG 9-11 (along with CBM 29-32), and also ChBCh 10 (along with BG 9-11; and CBM 29-32) were added April 6th. EBN and BG 12 and BE D were added April 8th. BE C-A and BC 6-4 were added April 9th; BC 3 April 10th; BC 2-1 April 11th.]

Possible occult significances of in terms of class-struggle, physiology, astronomy, etc. :-


Louse swallowed by toad, snake, hawk = atman engrossed in causal, mental, astral, & material bodies; steam for ironing = Chinese /c^>i/, i.e. /qi/; iron = spirit-guide; crease = ethics; cloth = personality; starch = fortitude.


Being devoured by mares would indicate a so-called "nightmare" of undergoing the shamanic experience of suffring one's flesh being devoured from off one's bones by wild animals : this is, in Bodish, /gCod/.


Both "the dead" (8th WhN) and termites (Thessalian) are misheard by mortals, a misunderstanding called "perspectivism" in contexts of AmerIndian shamanism. The 4-headed god (AEBN, p. 40) = PRotO-GONos (of Kolophon) = PRAJAN-pati (Prajapati) = Padma-sambhava who recovered the texts (which could apparently be a procedural guide for appellate court, the "court of law" mentioned for 9th WhN, AEBN, p. 40), originally from the "five caverns or crypts" (AEBN, p. 39) aequivalent to the "five nooks" (of Phere-kudes, according to Damaskios -- ShATh, p. 306).


Such rainbow-pilastre is said (in the Politeia) to facilitate incarnation; persons who achieve the "rainbow-body" (>ja>-lus) at death are apparently those to whom have been displayed, in their dreamings, the world whereunto they are to report for upcoming metempsychosis.


Lamat-emblem is aequivalent (according to description by Robert Bruce) to a map of a locus of intersection of ley-lines in a subplane of the astral plane : with a tunnel entrance to subterranean realm (for that subplane) at each of the 4 corners of the intersection. Gremlins perform, e.g., the "Pauli effect" of affecting experimental laboratory-equipment.


Counting of bones of one's re-assembling skeleton is performed in dream wherein shamanhood is acquired, in Siberian method.


The hieroglyph for 'cloth' is used mystically, rather in the sense of "the Emperor's New Clothes", to signify "transparency" of motivations and objectives (in a political sense, of 'non-deceptivity').


White aequilateral ornamental crosses may signify instance of Great-Attractor (of groups of distant galaxies). Evolutionary changes in topological folding and/of pleating of event-horizons on surfaces and sides of interior compartments of a Great-Attractor may drastically affect its gravitational forcefield.


"conscience" = self-transparency concerning intent


The god emitting a stellar ray from his heart might repraesent a quasar emitting a galactic arm.


In-the-belly's (/Bat.ini/, in Yarsani terminology) meaning is a bitter attitude of biting satire, disliking the ruling class's policies of promoting slavery, warfare, etc.; whereas the external "sweet" meaning is feigned agreement with ruling-class policies. That is why what the thundres say (what organizers in secret meetings of anti-ruling-class subversives say) is not not be written (i.e., not to be published in any milieu wherein the ruling class's government would discover the truth) in Apokalupsis of Ioannes 10:4.

G-IA = Eliza Burt Gamble : The God-idea of the Ancients : or, Sex in Religion. G. P. Putnam's Sons, London; Knickerbocker Pr, NY, 1897.

{The name /Corb-mac/ (abbreviated to /Cormac/) could indicate that the hero (guild-patron divinity) of the Carbonarii (of Sardon = S`aradha) is Makha whose decapitated head hath (according to the Veda) become the sun. So much for his "sun"-face (AI 10:1); but the trunk of his body is the "fire" (AI 10:1) of charcoal-praeparers.}