Doubled-consonant words, etyma of




Kemetian (Aegyptian)

Maori (of new Zealand)

Norse (in Iceland)

Maya (of Watemala)


MoMo-, god of jokery.

MiMat-, gigant- (giant) of miming (silent comedy).


owl-goddess Athene overcame, in condending with for possession of city Kekropia (thereafter known as Athenai, in Atthike),

MM (consonant-combination hieroglyph) is doubled-owl.

the 2 ruru-owls (including "fool": cf. "fool" = jester) are mythic watcher-animals for


the god of fishes, namely Poseidon, who is also


the god of fishes, namely


Tini-rau ("many blades"),

Son of goddess Lauf-ey ("blade-isle") is


god of earth-quakes.


Loki, the god of earth-quakes.

MaM is god of earth-quakes.

significances, for humor

The <ibri^ word for 'fish', samek, may be etymon for /smug[gle]/, in the sense of smuggling in an unexpected (as, e.g., jocular) meaning, i.e. by gob[y-fish]-smacking.

[Gay] blades can repraesent "sharp" wit[icism]; and, as flint, being "chipper" (merry).

Earthquakes can be considered as the "shaking with laughter" of the earth.








[Maya MaM] opposum-god, who was cut "into little pieces ... But he puts himself back together" (p. 194).

[Hawai>i; likewise, apparently, for the Mound-builders of North America:] Only the nobility had their own corpses dismembered after death.

God exclusively of the rich is MaMMo^n.


This opposum-god had, by means of its praehensile tail,


This god Mammo^n is said to be responsible for the grasping greed of the rich,


grasped the fiery ember (loc. cit.).


whose greed shall "eat their flesh as it were fire".

world was set afire by

Safe in the fiery furnace, abode,

fall of the sun-god (p. 280):


fall of the star Wormwood.

the fall of the sun-god's son,

together with the "son of God" (DNY>L 3:25),

[in order to protect "small children under age five" (p. 181), tsikuri as string-instrument


The dictum "become as little children" (Matthew 18:3) is expounded dancing to music (Matthew 11:16-17; Luke 7:32), by


the 3 known (DNY>L 1: 3-6) [perhaps on account of musick (DNY>L 3:10)] as

constructed (according to the Kora) by (p. 252) the "morning star" (a planet)]


the boy Phaethon (usually identified as the planet Jupiter)


the sun-god was a boy

[Kemetian] pygmy-god BS, who is


[< *BhaSa-

"<ibri^ children", included




who was seated in a chair oversized for him (p. 281) [an >ugaritic theme], the


Druid for Taliesin of the "chair" (BT 13) was

who was unable to manage the divine chariot.


>UWENi adorned with interlocking volutes (p. 291).


Owain [earlier spelling: UWEiN] the tamer of a "black lion" (O).




RC&PD = Peter T. Furst: Rock Crystals & Peyote Dreams. The U. of Utah Pr, Salt Lake City, 2006.

BT = Book of Taliesin, in the Red Book of Hergest

O = Owain

significance of the god Mammo^n

The opossum's praedilection to collapse into a faint when frightened may be

a figure of speech for capitalists' tendency to relapse into senseless atheism -- to assume unconsciousness after death.

When will they "throw off their drunkenness" (as of the [Aztec] Centzon-huitznaua)

and so rise from this spiritual death [as did the hare -- Glaukos of Anthedon (GM 90.j), or the Hottentot moon-god)]?




<ibri^ (Hebrew)





The city NoN-akri- is at the source of


The city NiNweh is on


the river Stug-, whereinto was dipped the infant, held upside-down like a bat [non-combant fruitarian bats -- MM, p. 172]


the river Prat (cf. [<ibri^] porat 'fruiting')

HILaritat- (hilarity)



except for his heel.

Named for his twin-brother's catching him by the heel was Ya<qob, the son of


Yis.haq ("laughter").


Ya<qob at night "dusted" (>abaq), sprinkled "powder" on, the mal>ak (32:25) -- perhaps a bat's nightly pollinating a nocturnally-blooming blossom -- and


Having voyaged southward (to Aiguptos, realm of Thonis),


Mangundi voyaged "in a southerly direction" (p. 33).


Mene-la[w]o- demanded (in the Odusseid-), as price for releasing Proteu-,

demanded (ibid., 32:27), as price for releasing that mal>ak before daybreak,

Mangundi demanded (p. 31), as price for releasing before daybreak --


information on the NoStoi.


NuS : meos 'island' (p. 138) --


swine were immolated for Demeter, goddess mother of the Ker-es --

some boon;

that pig-star (p. 120, n. 10) some boon;


Liber NON could as easily imply "book nineth", as an allusion to the 9 Veda-s.

how was A-khilleu-'s mother Theti- related to the Ker (goddesses) "spite" < *S`aR ??

thereby obtaining (ibid., 32:29) the privilege to use as his own a form (YiS`Ra->el) of his own father's mother's name (S`aRay).

thereby obtaining the privilege to use as his name Mansren-ba.


Mangundi made a mirror of a tridacna-shell filled with water (p. 34):


Daoist ritual dew-collector object is mirror (concave) / seashell.


but when Mangundi "looked into his "mirror" ... he did not like what he saw" (p. 34).

When Quetzal-coatl looked into his mirror he did not like what he saw; so


The ship-pilot of Mene-la[w]o-, namely Kanopo-, was bitten by a snake. (CDCM)


"in the deep sea where near the reef the depth is black" is realm of seasnakes (p. 27).

he, as black god, then departed overseas sea on a raft of seasnakes.


Theti-, qua cuttlefish had discharged her sepia-ink on A-khilleu-'s father Peleu- (GM 81.k), whose half-brother was


On those seasnakes, Kais the cuttlefish had discharged sepia-ink (p. 27).


Tanga-loa, otherwise known as an octopus or squid, is


Phokos the seal (CDCM). Proteu- dwelt amid seals.


said on Rapa Nui (Easter I.) to be a seal.





O&SL = NISABA, Vol 3. Freerk C. Kamma: Religious Texts of the Oral Tradition from Western New-Guinea. Part A -- "The Origin and Sources of Life." E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1975.

CDCM = Pierre Grimal: A Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology. 1990.

GM = Robert Graves: The Greek Myths. 1955.

significances, apophatic



Mansren-ba "free not" (ba = 'not, no' -- O&SL p. 119, n. 10)

having attained moks.a ('liberation'), the sadhu saith "neti, neti"

a geographic orientation

Because Albania, though since then re-named after Alba Longa on the

Liris of leering longing for the likes of Elba (Star-Trek's, in AL), when that was as yet the Aithalia-Ilva, was then the Illuria alluded to in the

Ilwaku (on the Oregon aestuary) to the south of Mabana i. [cf. Mebane, NC] (in the Puget sound), as

Ilwaki (on Wetar) to the south of Maba [domain of the vapid Mephisto-kles?] (on Halmahera),

thus do consider:-


<arabi^ {& Borneo}






QeQ, the 'cone' [of power, raised by the coven] is derivative from one's


Ghegh (QeQ) tribe in Albania.

QaRiN[ah] 'ray' (of creation, as one's divine spouse)

from *QaRaNu could be derived the name of Phoroneus, father of


Kar (? karid- "shrimp")

The shrimp-god (p. 19)


commanded that his son's corpse be carried about (p. 21). [So, it may have been a conch whose shell is carried by the


carrying of corpses was done by the Choctaw while migrating.


They jawboned (15:17) their 'calling' (QoRe> -- ibid., 15:19 -- cf. QoR 'coolth'):

the vaporous psukhe ('coolth') is left behind at the moon: the moon as eye of

{in Borneo, it is dreaded that men could be castrated


the god who castrated SWTH, namely

by ghosts of women who have died in childbirth}

[s]KULLaro- = Skt. KULLra, is "hermit-crab" -- apparently prototype of the mythic goddess cliff-perched SKULLe. The woman Skulle


the woman Dlilah ('dangle' [-- allusion to the 'cliff-hanger' action at the cleft cliff (ibid.,15:11) of <e^ 'hawk-airie'])

H.R (Horo-) [= >aH.eR (1st DBRY H-YMYM 7:12)] the falcon-god, which hawk-eye (worn by mask by women who have died in childbirth -- MM, p. 163) is figured, with its dangling chains, as


surreptitiously cut the hair of (GM 91.d) Niso-, Aiguptian ruler (GM 91.b) of Nisa, a city afterwards designated (GM 91.e) Megara and founded by (GM 57.a) Kar.


supervised the cuttting, surreptitiously, of (ibid., 16:19) the hair of S^ims^o^n,

hexagon hex-sign


who had, in the grain-field (ibid., 15:5),

in the grain-fields (MM, p. 160) of the Muan in northern Syama.


ignited foxfire [= Aurora borealis, according to the Suomi] onto tails of fleeing foxes when he sought to have sexual intercourse with a woman (ibid., 15:1).

According to Parganas lore, Maran Buru "chased the jackal" for the sake of 3 women's detachable "vulvas" (HF, p. 225).





MM = STUDIES IN THAI ANTHROPOLOGY, 1. Richard B. Davis: Muang Metaphysics. Pandora, Bankok, 1984.

HF = W. G. Archer: The Hill of Flutes. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1974.

guffaws at funeral-seance

Because such a 'cone of power' would be centred over OBi i.,

namesake of >OB ('necromancy, witchcraft')

invocative of the Mo>ABitic >ab '[God the] Father'; therefore,

the notion that the epithet "first-begotten of the dead" (Apokalupsis 1:5) should not convict Christians of being practioners of necromancy (each a "witch" not to be suffered to live -- S^MWT 22:17), ought for its absurdity to produce raucous guffaws at by attenders their funebrial-style "feasts of charity" (Jude 1:12), feasting themselves without fear, gorging themselves on human flesh.

water-dwelling animal-deities

Parganas: earth-diving, in order to place soil on turtle's carapace

Papuan : primaeval deities

1st : crocodile

crocodile-man (p. 25) Wongor (p. 28)

2nd : prawn (shrimp)

shrimp-man "Tefafu of the sea"

3rd : crab [land-burrowing beach crab ?]

[? the 2 sons of "Tefafu of the land"]

4th (successful) : worm


aftermath : boy & girl, born from 2 eggs

iguana-woman (p. 25) Kasip (p. 28); boy & girl, born from 2 lizard-eggs (p. 22)


(HF, p. 261)


staking of land-claims by drilling

Using [like Pueblo Indians] prayer-arrows, Mangundi "stabbed" 4 times into the ground (p. 36). staked land-claims by drilling 4 times into the ground. (B-R>S^YT 26:18-32).

A female Infadwarni ('trouble-maker'), gazing "saw smoke arising" from beyond the salty sea (p. 37).

The wife of Lot. made trouble by looking back as the burning valley of S^iddi^m; thereby, she became a pillar of salt (ibid., 19:25).

This last would apparently refer to "salty" (melah. = Skt. mleccha "barbaric", viz. extravagant obscoene) discourse by women, in response to "smoky" (obscure philosophic) discussions by men.