Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, bibliography 2 -- Oriental Asia, Africa, & Americas


sTod-bod / Tibet

Sh&Sh"MR" = Arthur Avalon (Sir John Woodroffe) : Shakti and Shakta. London : Luzac & Co, 1918. Chapter 28 "Matam Rutra" (chapters 5-9 of the rN~in-ma text Golden Rosary of the Lotus-Born)

TSW = Robert A. Paul : The Tibetan Symbolic World. Univ of Chicago Pr, 1982. (reprinted under the title : The Sherpas of Nepal in Tibetan Cultural Context. Motilal Banarsidass Publ, Delhi, 1989.)



UTOKT = William Elliot Griffis : The Unmannerly Tiger, and Other Korean Tales. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1911.

"FH--K" = "A Frog for a Husband -- Korea".



CM&S = Anne Birrell (translatrix) : The Classic of Mountains and Seas. Penguin Classics, London, 1999

HChM = Lihui Yang & Deming An : Handbook of Chinese Mythology. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara (CA), 2005.

RSCh = J.[an] J.[akob] M.[aria] de Groot : The Religious System of China. Vol. 4, Bk. 2 : "On the Soul and Ancestral Worship". E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1901.

Md'O = Hou Ching-Lang: Monnaies d'Offrande. MEMOIRES DE L'INSTITUT DES HAUTES ETUDES CHINOISES, Vol. 1.

EDS = Stephen R. Bokenkamp (transl.) : Early Daoist Scriptures. Univ of CA Pr, Berkeley & Los Angeles, 1997.

DP = Thomas E. Smith (transl.) : Declarations of the Perfected. Three Pines Pr, St Petersburg (FL), 2013.

"DACh" = "The Dragon in Ancient China".

"LMDG" = "Long men (Dragon’s Gate)".

"3CS&9W" = "Three Corpse Spirits and Nine Worms ".

FLCh = Chiu Yong Poon : Folktales of Love From China. RoseDog Bks, Pittsburgh, 2017.

"AYC" = "About Yellow Colour ".

BMGC = Jeri Studebaker : Breaking the Mother Goose Code. Moon Bks (imprint of John Hunt Publ), Alresford (Hant), 2015. {Mother Goose is very definitely of pure Chinese provenience : e.g., \HUMpty-DUMpty\ = Chinese egg-god \HUN-DUN\, who became broken and could not be re-assembled.}



BEB, "GSA" = Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism, Vol. II : Lives. pp. 191-195 Franc,ois LaGirarde : "Gavampati in Southeast Asia".

"EChACT" = Link : "The Earliest Chinese Account of the Compilation of the Tripit.aka".


Nus-antara (Indo-nesia)

WM:HS = William Marsden : The History of Sumatra. London, 1811.

HTS = Carol Rubenstein : The Honey Tree Song : Poems and Chants of Sarawak Dayaks. Ohio Univ Pr, Athens, 1985.,_8.htm

Y-C:TMP = The Travels of Marco Polo : The Complete Yule-Cordier Edition. 1920.


Pacific Islander -- Australia, Melanesia, and Micronesia

AC "AST" = Australia Culture "Aboriginal Scarred Trees".

PME = Jan Knappert : Pacific Mythology : an Encyclopedia of Myth and Legend. Aquarian Pr, 1992.

OM = Roland B.[urrage] Dixon : Oceanic Mythology. MYTHOLOGY OF ALL RACES, Vol. 9.

"HV&M" = J. F. Weiner : “Hand, Voice and Myth in Papua New Guinea”. Cap. 1 (pp. 15-30) of :- L. R. Goldman & C. Ballard (eds.) : Fluid Ontologies : Myth, Ritual and Philosophy in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Bergin & Garvey, Westport (CT), 1998.

"S&RI" = A. Biersack [editrix of Clio in Oceania] : “Sacrifice and Regeneration among Ipilis”. Cap. 3 (pp. 43-66) of L. R. Goldman & C. Ballard (eds.) : Fluid Ontologies : Myth, Ritual and Philosophy in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Bergin & Garvey, Westport (CT), 1998.

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


ME"Micronesian mythology"


Pacific Islander -- Polynesia

Fornander collection of Hawaiian antiquities and folk-lore. Vol. 6

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

HM"SAD" = "The Soul After Death".

LG&Gh = W.[illiam] D.[rake] Westervelt : Legends of Gods and Ghosts (Hawaiian Mythology). London : Constable & Co., 1915.

AW, # 17 : "APH". In :- EAHR&S = ANCIENT WORSHIP, # 17 : "Ancient Prophets of Hawai>i". In :- EAHR&S Bacil F. Kirtley & Esther T. Mookini (transl.) : Essays upon Ancient Hawaiian Religion and Sorcery by Nineteenth-Century Seminarists.

H-ED = Pukui & Elbert : Hawaiian-English Dictionary. Univ Pr of HI, Honolulu, 1957.

M-PCD = Edward Tregear : Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary. Lyon & Blair, Wellington, 1891.

IEMM&L = Margaret Orbell : The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Maori Myth and Legend. Canterbury Univ Pr, Christchurch (South Island, NZ), 1995.

TAL&T = Wilhelm Dittmer : Te Tohunga (Illustrations): The Ancient Legends and Traditions of the Maoris. George Routledge & Sons, 1907.

FVC = Jeff Evans : Nga Waka O Nehera: The First Voyaging Canoes. Reed Publ (NZ, 1997). [reprint : Libro International (imprint of Oratia Media), 2009]

EM, s.v. "Tawhaki".

HPM = Robert D. Craig : Handbook of Polynesian Mythology. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara (CA), 2004.

R&CBCP = Robert W. Williamson : Religious and Cosmic Beliefs of Central Polynesia. Cambridge Univ Pr, 1933.

W"Tangata manu".


sub-Saharan Africa

GuAM = Jan Knappert : Guide to African Mythology. Aquarian Pr, Wellingborough, 1990.

WAR = Geoffrey Parrinder : West African Religion. Epworth Pr, 1961.

M&LB "WhRE" = "Where the Rainbow Ends". In :- Alice Werner : Myths and Legends of the Bantu. London : Harrap, 1933.

PWThP = Leitch Ritchie (ed.) : The Poetical Works of Thomas Pringle. London : Edward Moxon, 1838.

"HZGS" = "How the Zebra Got his Stripes".

"EAM" = "Elephants in African Myths".

"WhNWhR" = Rookmaaker, L.C., 2003. : "Why The Name Of The White Rhinoceros Is Not Appropriate". PACHYDERM 34: 88-93.

"EA" TMA&D 115 = Kabu Okai-Davies : "Enigma of Arrival". TRANSITION : THE MAGAZINE OF AFRICA AND THE DIASPORA 115:101-15.


AmerIndian -- North America

STNA = William S. Lyon : Spirit Talkers : North American Indian Medicine Powers. Prayer Efficacy Publ, Kansas City, 2012.

MNAI = Lewis Spence : The Myths of the North American Indians. London : George Harrap & Co, 1914.

AIM = Alice Marriott & Carol K. Rachlin : American Indian Mythology. Thomas Y. Crowell Co., NY, 1968.

SM&FT = Arthur C. Parker : Seneca Myths and Folk Tales. BUFFALO HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
PUBLICATIONS, Vol. 27. Buffalo (NY), 1927. 

"HCM" = "Huron Creation Myth".

CM&LCI = Bill Grantham : Creation Myths and Legends of the Creek Indians. Univ Pr of FL, Gainesville, 2002. &

MR = Vernon J.Knight : Mississippian Ritual. PhD diss, Univ of FL, 1981.

"WhMS" = "Why the Mink Smells".

NAI = Edward S. Curtis : The North American Indian.

vol. 5 (1909), "Mandan".

TAF"Lynx and Bobcat"

"U7SP" in AIM&L = "Uncegila's Seventh Spot". In :- Richard Erdoes & Alfonso Ortiz : American Indian Myths and Legends. Pantheon Bks, NY, 1984. pp. 237-42.

"ChSH" in AIM&L = "Chase of the Severed Head" (Cheyenne). In :- Richard Erdoes & Alfonso Ortiz : American Indian Myths and Legends. Pantheon Bks, NY, 1984. pp. 230-7.

M&TCI = Robert Harry Lowie : Myths and Traditions of the Crow Indians. ANTHROPOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMER MUS OF NATURAL HISTORY, Volume 25. NY, 1922.

MBI = Clark Wissler & D. C. Duval : Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians. ANTHROPOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMER MUS OF NATURAL HISTORY, Vol. 2, Part 1. NY, 1908.

ACAIM = Gladys A. Reichard : An Analysis of Coeur D'Alene Indian Myths. MEMOIRS OF THE AMER FOLKLORE SOC, Vol. 41. Philadelphia, 1947. 

"MNPI" = Herbert J. Spinden : "Myths Of The Nez Perce' Indians". J OF AMER FOLKLORE 1908.

pp. 13-23

pp. 149-158

"MUU" = Mason, J. Alden : "Myths of the Uintah Utes". J OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE, 23(1910).89:299-363.

ZM = Ruth Benedict : Zun~i Mythology. 2 voll. NY : Columbia Univ Pr, 1935.

BH = Daniel Clément (transl by Peter Frost) : The Bungling Host : The Nature of Indigenous Oral Literature. Univ of NE Pr, 2018.

M&LC&S "SPS-H" = Katharine Berry Judson : Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest. "Sand Painting of the Song-Hunter".

DWM = C. Hart Merriam : The Dawn of the World : Myths and Weird Tales Told by the Mewan [Miwok] Indians of California. Cleveland : Arthur H. Clarke Co., 1910.

"MM" = Edward Winslow Gifford : "Miwok Myths". UNIV OF CA PUBL.S IN

AMER ARCHAEOLOGY & ETHNOLOGY 12.8:283-338. Berkeley, May 1917. &

"YM-EG" = "Yellokin, the Man-eating Giant".

IMSCC = A. L. Kroeber : Indian Myths of South Central California. UNIV OF CA PUBL, AMER ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY, Vol. 4 No. 4. 1907.

[including (#10-#40) Yokuts]

"BW--YeY" = "The Beginning of the World" (Yauelmani Yokuts) [IMSCC 37]. &

"ES--YdY" = "The Eagle's Son" (Yaudanchi Yokuts) [IMSCC 28].

"PFF--YdY" = "The Prairie Falcon Fights" (Yaudanchi Yokuts) [IMSCC 29].

"PFW--YdY" = "The Prairie Falcon's Wife" (Yaudanchi Yokuts) [IMSCC 30].

"CMPI" = S. A. Barrett : "A Composite Myth of the Pomo Indians". J OF AMER FOLK-LORE.

PM = Barrett, S. A. : Pomo Myths. Bulletin of the Public Museum of Milwakee, Vol. 15, 1933.

MT = Roland B. Dixon : Maidu Texts. PUBLICATIONS OF THE AMER ETHNOLOGICAL SOC, Vol. IV. Leyden, 1912.

AT&M = Leo J. Frachtenberg : Alsea Texts and Myths. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY, BULLETIN 67. Washington (DC), 1920. &

NARM&G "SP" = Native American Remedies, Medicine and Gardening. "Standing People".

"UChT" = Thelma Adamson : Folk-tales of the Coast Salish. MEMOIRS OF THE AMER FOLK-LORE SOC, Vol. XXVII. G. E. Stechert & Co., 1934. I (pp. 1-177). "Upper Chehalis Tales".

"CT" = Thelma Adamson : Folk-tales of the Coast Salish. MEMOIRS OF THE AMER FOLK-LORE SOC, Vol. XXVII. G. E. Stechert & Co., 1934. II (pp. 178-275). "Cowlitz Tales".

"HT" = Thelma Adamson : Folk-tales of the Coast Salish. MEMOIRS OF THE AMER FOLK-LORE SOC, Vol. XXVII. G. E. Stechert & Co., 1934. III (pp. 276-342). "Humptulip Tales".

TsM = Franz Boas (based on texts recorded by Henry W. Tate) : Tsimshian Mythology. 31ST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMER ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1909-1910. Washington (DC) : Gvmt Pr Off, 1916. [pp. 601-10 : mythology of tribes along Gulf of Georgia (Georgia Strait) of British Columbia]

TlM&T = John Reed Swanson : Tlingit Myths and Texts. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, BUREAU OF AMER ETHNOLOGY , Bulletin 39. Washington (DC) : Gvmt Pr Off, 1909.

HT&M = John Reed Swanton : Haida Texts and Myths, Skidegate Dialect. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, BUREAU OF AMER ETHNOLOGY, BULLETIN 29. Washington (DC) : Gvmt Pr Off, 1905.

"Fl T!e" HLM&FT = "The Flood at T!e" In :- Haida Legends, Myths and Folk tales.

M&LA = Katharine Berry Judson (selectrix) : Myths and Legends of Alaska. Chicago : A. C. McClurg & Co., 1911. p. 58 [Athapascan (Upper Yukon)] "Raven and Coot".

"OM&RS" = "Old Man and the Roasted Squirrels".

N-L"C&O" = "The Crane and the Otter".

"NABM" = "Native American Bobcat Mythology".

"JHR" = "Jackalope ! Horned Rabbit".

RIFB"ChK" = "Chestnut Kettle".

NAM"RC" = "Rainbow Crow".

"FF5D" = "Fiery Folklore : 5 Dazzling Sun Myths".


AmerIndian -- Aztec

CBM = Caudex Borgianus Mexicanus. [manuscript (formerly in custody of the Borgia family) -- coloration : with original green now faded to an orangish brown]

4th cap., 1st lib., GHNS. M.S.A.R #14.2 = 4th chapter "Tlaloc" of 1st book "The Gods" of General History of the Things of New Spain by Bernardino de Sahagu`n. Number 14, part 2 of MONOGRAPHS OF THE SCHOOL OF AMER RESEARCH, Santa Fe` (NM), 1970.

"SA/NC--HMP" = "Synopsis of Aztec/Nahuat Cosmogonies -- Historia de los Mexicanos por sus Pinturas".

MMGu = Kay Almere Read & Jason J. Gonza`lez : Mesoamerican Mythology : A Guide to the Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs of Mexico and Central America. Oxford Univ Pr, 2000.


AmerIndian -- Maya

DT:PV = Dennis Tedlock (transl & annotater) : Popol Vuh.

Popol Vuh 1:6

TCTCTCTL = David Bolles : Ti Can Titzil Caan, Ti Can Titzil Luum : A Collection of Papers About the Relationships Between the World Directions, the Calendar, Prognostications and the Mayan Deities.

"BF&B-WM" = Lourdes de Leo`n : "Between Frogs and Black-winged Monkeys". Cap. 3 of :- Crosslinguistic Approaches to the Psychology of Language. Psychology Pr (Taylor & Francis), Hove (East Sussex), 2010. pp. 175-92.


AmerIndian -- South America

LAM = THE MYTHOLOGY OF ALL RACES - Vol. 11. Hartley Burr Alexander : Latin American Mythology. Boston : Marshall Jones Co., 1920.

ANS&P = Ana Hurtado : Ashes at Noon : Stories and Poems about Quito, Ecuador. MA Thesis, IA State Univ, 2017.

AHE, s.v. "IR" = ANCIENT HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA, article "Inca Religion".