Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, remarks on

The name \Jala-pada\ ('Net-Foot') would, of course, indicate a buddha (all of whom are said to have webbing -- netting -- between toes and between fingers). Jala-pada, alike unto a buddha, was, while in a death-simulating trance, burned alive by a disciple (failing the salamander's mythic reputation of being immune to fire, a feature typical of every genuine vidya-dhara) : the buddha is said to have risen from seeming death while being carried to be cremated; but consented to re-entry into trance in order politely to comply his disciples' intent to perform the cremation. The recalcitrant disciple's name (for both Jala-pada and the buddha) is \Deva-datta\ 'God's Gift', thus aequating with S^amaritan saviour Dosi-theos (name having identical meaning 'God's Gift'), referring to scriptural saying "The Free Gift of God is aeternal life ...". [written 13 July 2019]

The loose-hanging ears of every buddha would indicate the Borneo eared tree-frog Polypedates otilophus ("BEB-HFF"). "The Bony headed flying frog has a unique shape to its legs that offer aerodynamic gliding through the air." This tree-frog's sobriquet "flying frog" may be repraesented in the myth by Jala-pada's acquiring the ability to fly into Heaven from the yaks.ini ('tree-nymph'), paralleled by the floating by Iesous Khristos upward into the sky, where "a cloud received him out of sight." The curious feature of Zal's (and the AmerIndian "Bird-Nester" hero's) sojourn in a nest aloft in a tree is readily explicated via the tree-nesting habit of the Polypedates otilophus : "This species can be found in rain forest trees and shrubs. It will lay it’s eggs low on branches above water in a frothy nest. ... Once the tadpoles hatch they fall into the water." This fall into water may be an explanation for the myth of the fall of infant god Hephaistos from Olumpos into the water of the world below (GM @23.a). Due to Indo-Germanic \jh\ being aequivalent to S^emitic \p\, and to a non-ablaut-derived Indo-Iranian \a\ as indicating a glottal-or-laryngeal, the S^emitic etymon for *\jheul\ could be *\pe<ul\, as in the name (Strong's 6469) \P<ulltay\ ('work-requiring'), whence (Strong's 3972) \Paulos\, the self-styled apostle who was asked, by his claimed master, "wherefore persecutest thou me?". Zal's sojourn in a nest atop a tree might be counted as aequivalent to Paulos's being lowered by rope, in a basket, from atop the city-wall of Damaskos (Dammes`eq). Here, this theme would be comparable to North-AmerIndian myth of the hero (Coyote, or whoever)'s being lowered by rope, in a basket, from the sky-world. Somewhat less similar is the adventure (pictured in Caudex Borgianus Mexicanus, p. 33) of the spies hidden amid "the stalks of flax ... upon the roof" (Yhows^u<a 2:6) in the hospice of hostess (Strong's 7343) Rah.ab ('broad', this name referring to the wall's thickness) atop the city-wall of Yriyh.ow ('lunar'), whence they were "let down by a cord" ( Yhows^u<a 2:15). [written 14 July 2019]

"BEB-HFF" = "Borneo Eared or Bony Headed Flying Frog".

The \Barlaam\ [\"Balauhar"\ ("2ChSB&J", p. 133), or \"Bilawhar"\ ("ABChS"), in the <arabiy variant, \Balavariani\ ("ABChS") in the Qartwelian variant] of the hagiography "Barlaam and Josaphat" in the Legenda Aurea, is surely derived (instead of from Skt \bodhi-sattva\) from Skt \Ballava\ (PE, q.v. : the pseudonym used by Bhima-sena while he was residing incognito in a royal court) : this identification is warranted by the repraesentation that Barlaam "introduced himself as a jewel merchant ... to the prince" ("2ChSB&J", p. 132; cf. PB&J 4), much as "Vasuki presented him [Bhima-sena] with ... costly gems" (PE, s.v. "Bhima 2)", p. 129b). King Abenner, who "ordered them to be burnt alive" ("2ChSB&J", p. 136), may relate to how (PE, s.v. "Bhima 6)", p.130a) "Bhima ... shouted that the hands of Yudhis.t.hira ... should be burnt in fire." \Josaphat\ is, in <arabiy, \YUWDaSaF\ (EI2, s.v. "Bilawhar Wa-Yūdāsaf"), a form phonetically quite similar to \YUDHiS.T.Hira\. Ballava's thwarting of (PE, s.v. "Kicaka 3)") Virat.a's military general Kicaka ('Hollow-Reed') would connect with Nalini ('Reed') as wife of (Maha-vastu 14) Eka-s`r.nga (a former avatara of allegedly S`akya-muni, though this Mahasanghika scripture (Maha-VASTU) likely originally referred instead to Vaidik god VASTOs.-pati); in view of Eka-s`r.nga's having been (in a former life) a younger brother of (MBh, "Sabha Parvan" 11:47-48 -- WL"Ekas`r.nga 2.") Vairaja (= Virat.a).

"2ChSB&J" = Siegfried A. Schulz : "Two Christian Saints? The Barlaam and Josaphat Legend". INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE QUARTERLY 8.2(June 1981):131-143.

"ABChS" = "Through A Series Of Mistranslated Texts, The Christian Church Unwittingly Accepted The Buddha As A Christian Saint In The Middle Ages".

EI2, s.v. "Bilawhar Wa-Yūdāsaf"

Maha-vastu 14

As for "eyes ... like the ears of a horse" (CM&S, p. 29 2:4:14), horses with their ears of different (from the residue of the body) darkness [whence the reference to eyen] are awarded by ocean-god Varun.a, a wife of whose is Mandira (M-W:S-ED, q.v.), who would, in turn, be kin to Mandira-as`va, whose daughter married Hiran.ya-hasta, whose mother is (R.c Veda Samhita 1:17:116 -- PE, s.v. "Hiran.yahasta") princess Vadhri-mati ('eunuch-doctrine' -- of the Phrugians and of the Skoptzi). Could this doctrine be connected with the As`va-medha through the Old Norse vo,lsi (for the Vo,lsungar = Volsci in latent Latium)?

But the mythic untying (by Varun.a) of bound human intended-to-become victims, a feat GENUINELY accomplished in the Kota (Sioux) Yuwipi miracle, is suggested in the ribbon-band grasped by the brazen idol of heroine Hippo-dameia ('horse-tameress') at Olumpia, for Pelops.

As for Abdera (GM @132.j) -- matching Glaze (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:2) -- its eponym-hero Abderos is son either of (Strabon 7.8.43 & 7.8.46) hero Thromios or of (Pindaros : Paian 2.1-2) heroine Thronia (both such possible parents being natives of Lokris of the Opountioi). The name's radical \thro-\ is available in [perhaps Lokrian dialect-word] \thro-ptein\ = (acc. to Hesukhios) \sko-ptein\ 'to joke, jest'. This root *\dhro-\ may also be in English \droll\ ('buffoon, clown') from French \dro^le\. Now, the origin of laughter is often (in various folklores) ascribed to the Moon; and the triconsonantal root of \Abdera\ (considered a Phoinikian colony,_Thrace#Name) is surely \BDR\ in, e.g., (DMWA, p. 57a) \badr\ (pl. \buduwr\) 'full moon'. The actual verbal root of \badr\ is \badara\ 'to come suddenly, come unexpectedly', for to come suddenly upon the unexpected punch-line of a joke is that which is able to occasion laughter. The laughter is due to internal marvelling at the paradoxicality of the punch-line."When they find ..., they will marvel " (Gospel according to Thomas, logion 2).



Gospel according to Thomas, logion 2

Diary-Chronology of Composition of this Correlative Tabulation

(I had already written the gist of some of this [that is, at least starting with the Anatolian parallelism with the Revelation (or Apokalupsis) of Adam] some time [a year or two] earlier. Thereafter I forgot [apparently quite suddenly] that I had written it, until I was a number of pages into writing it again -- I refrained from seeking out that which I had written of it earlier, just so as to determine whether my treating of this comparative parallelism would turn out to be identical with whatever I had written earlier; any such identicality strongly would very likely strongly indicate that the parallelism is very much valid.) {My recovery of memory-capacity to the extent enabling re-continuation (in June 2019) of this effort, was facilitated by my having been regularly comesting herbal bitters (for absorption of oil-soluble nutrients, which had been curtailed through aging of the liver and of its functionality in bile-production) for a number of weeks.}

{written (except Chinese and Zarathustrian and except comparisons with Chinese and Zarathustrian) 1 June 2019;

Chinese and Zarathustrian comparisons added 2-3 June;

comparisons with Dionusos added 5 June;

CM&S, pp. 99 sq 5:12 and CM&S, pp. 121 sq 8-9 and also Murna added 29 June;

Zal identified with Jala-pada 12 July;

Tri-locana aequated with Tri-koruthos 13 July;

Lugaidh Riab nDerg and Derbforgaill with Gja`lp, and Like-Wing Bird matched with Keleos added 14 July;

GM @24.a-d with CM&S 6 and with Meso-American day-signs 8-to-4, and GM @24.j-m with CM&S 5:11:44-42 with Meso-American day-signs 3-to-1, and GM @22-28.c with CM&S 5:11:41-12 added 15 July;

GM @24.e-i with CM&S 5:12 added 16 July;

GM @28.d-29.b with CM&S 5:11:10-5:11:6 added 17 July;

GM @30-31.e with CM&S 5:11:6-5:10:6 added 19 July;

GM @31.f-33 with CM&S 5:10:5-5:9:12, and GM @21.d-23.c with CM&S 6:22-6:7 with Yucatec day-signs 13-9 added 20 July;

GM @18.e- 21.c with CM&S 7:3-13 added 22 July;

Jaina naks.atra-s 13-1, and GM @17.a-18.d with CM&S 7:22-7:14 added 23 July;

GM @15.a-16.e with CM&S 8:5-2 with Korean, and GM @9.a-14 with CM&S 9:3-8:6 with Jaina naks.atra-s 17-14 added 25 July;

GM @4.b-8.a with CM&S 10:3-9:4 with Jaina naks.atra-s 28-18 and with Yucatec/Aztec day-signs 20-14 added 26 July;

B-Re>s^iyt 27:15-37:23 added 27 July;

B-Re>s^iyt 38:2-39:12 [matched with CM&S 8:14-8:12], and B-Re>s^iyt 40:5-45:3 [matched with CM&S 8:12-8:5], and Koheniym ("four-and-twenty elders") 4-6 added 28 July;

Koheniym 1-3 and 7-12, and B-Re>s^iyt 45:6-48:19 [matched with CM&S 8:4-8:2], and B-Re>s^iyt 49:33-50:26 added 29 July;

S^mowt 2:3-6:23 [matched with CM&S 7:22-14] added 31 July;

S^mowt 6:22-26:15 [matched with CM&S 7:14-3], and S^mowt 32-32:20 [matched with CM&S 7:3-2] added 1 Aug;

S^mowt 33:23-Wayyiqra> 9:23 [matched with CM&S 7:3-6:21] added 2 Aug;

Wayyiqra> 23:22-B-Midbar 20:28 [matched with CM&S 6:20-6:16] added 3 Aug;

B-Midbar 24:17-35:6 [matched with GM @21.m-22.d and with CM&S 6:14-11] added 5 Aug;

GM @34.a-36.e with CM&S 5:9:11-1 added 8 Aug;

B-Re>s^iyt 25:27 & 25:34 & 27:1 [with 23rd Jaina naks.atra] added 10 Aug 2019 (when internet-uploads of the 1st 3 parts of this sequential parallelism "MSWSE" were initially made);

13th-15th Koheniym added 11 Aug;

16th-24th Koheniym, and also Book of Caverns (except 1.5-2.4), as well as Book of Gates 1-3 added 12 Aug;

Gates 4 added 14 Aug;

Gates 5-6 added 15 Aug;

Gates 7-11 added 16 Aug;

Caverns 1.5-2.4 matched with GM @25.e-26.e and with CM&S 5:11:35-26, also Book of Gates 12.3-12.1 matched with B-Midbar 20:28-24:17 added 17 Aug;

CM&S 5:8:19-17 matched with >elleh had-Dbariym 33:17-Yhows^u<a 1:2 and with the Edda added 18 Aug;

Edda matched with Yhows^u<a 1:3-7:5 with CM&S 5:8:16-6 and with CBM 31-43 and with GM @38.c-41.f added 19 Aug;

Yhows^u<a 7:11-10:12 matched with GM @40.b-42.d and with CM&S 5:8:5-5:7:19 added 20 Aug;

Yhows^u<a 10:12-13 matched with Dyumat-sena = Ty`r and with Fenrir, and also GM @43.a matched with CM&S 5:7:18 added 21 Aug;

Yhows^u<a 10:16-14:13 matched with GM @43.b-i and with CM&S 5:7:17-8 added 22 Aug;

GM @43.i-48.d matched with CM&S 5:7:7-5:6:13 added 23 Aug;

S^apat.iym 1:12-3:9, and also GM @49.2-b matched with CM&S 5:6:12 added 24 Aug;

S^apat.iym 3:12-22, and also GM @50.a&c-d matched with CM&S 5:6:11-8 added 25 Aug; GM @50.b matched with Popol Vuh and with CM&S 5:6:10, and also GM @50.h matched with Shoshone Coyote, and also CM&S 5:6:7-1 matched with LG&Gh pp. 36-47 and with GM @50.e-51.i and with S^apat.iym 3:25-4:11 added 26 Aug; GM @51.i-52.a matched with CM&S 5:5:15-13 added 27 Aug;

S^apat.iym 4:12-20 matched with CM&S 5:5:15-13 and with GM @51.i-52.a added 28 Aug;

S^apat.iym 4:21-7:5 matched with CM&S 5:5:12-6 and with GM @52.a-54.b added 29 Aug;

S^apat.iym 7:22 matched with CM&S 5:5:6, and also CM&S 5:5:6-5:4:6 matched with GM @54.b-56.d added 30 Aug;

CM&S 5:4:5-5:3:2 matched with GM @57.a-64.b added 31 Aug;

CM&S 5:3:1-5:2:6 matched with GM @64.c-66.c added 1 Sept 2019;

Loukas 6:1-6:45 matched with CM&S 5:2:9-6, except for the part of CM&S 5:2:9 matching Matthaios 5:13-45, and for the part of CM&S 5:2:6 matching Matthaios 7:10, and additionally, S^apat.iym 7:25-9:54 added 2 Sept; CM&S 5:2:5-2 matched with GM @66.i-67.g with Markan.d.eya added 3 Sept;

CM&S 5:2:1-5:1:14 matched with GM @67.i-68.e, and also CM&S 5:1:14-12 matched with GM @69.d-70.i added 4 Sept;

CM&S 5:1:11-7 matched with GM @70.k-72.c, and also CM&S 5:1:7-1 matched with GM @72.e-75.d added 5 Sept;

Matthaios 7:22-27 and Loukas 8:13-17 matched with CM&S 5:2:6-4 added 6 Sept;

Matthaios 8:12-9:25 matched with CM&S 5:2:4-5:1:13 and with GM @66.k-69.e added 7 Sept;

Matthaios 9:32-12:13 matched with CM&S 5:1:12-7 and with GM @70.a-72.i added 9 Sept;

Matthaios 12:14-18:8 matched with CM&S 5:1:7-1 and with GM @72.j-75.d added 10 Sept;

Matthaios 18:9-19:6 matched with CM&S 4:4:8-5 and with GM @75.f-76.c added 11 Sept;

Matthaios 19:12-22:16 matched with CM&S 4:4:5-4:3:4 and with GM @76.c-79.a added 12 Sept;

Matthaios 22:21-24:15 matched with CM&S 4:3:8-4 and with GM @80.a-l added 13 Sept;

Matthaios 24:18-27:7 matched with CM&S 4:3:4-4:2:10 and with GM @81.b-82.i added 14 Sept;

Matthaios 27:10-Praxeis Apostolon 3:12 matched with CM&S 4:2:9- 4:1:11 and with GM @82.j-83.e added 15 Sept;

Praxeis Apostolon 3:19-10:12 matched with CM&S 4:1:10-1 and with GM @83.f-89.c added 16 Sept;

ACAIM, pp. 57, 59-62, 120-121, 179, & 182-183 added 17 Sept;

ACAIM, pp. 170-165, 162, 159, & 152 [after midnight], and also [during daytime] ACAIM, pp. 151-150 & 146-143 added 18 Sept;

ACAIM, pp. 142-139 [after midnight], and also ACAIM, pp. 136, 134, 131-129, & 69-70 [before dawn], and also ACAIM, pp. 70-71, 75-77, 79, 81-82, 86-86, 88, 91, 93-94, 103, 113, 119, 122-125, 128-129, 132 added 19 Sept; CM&S 3:3:47-35 matched with GM @89.d-91.b added 20 Sept;

CM&S 3:3:34-22 matched with GM @91.d-93.c added 21 Sept;

CM&S 3:3:22-10 matched with GM @94.b-98.u added 22 Sept;

CM&S 3:3:10-1 matched with GM @98.w-103.b added [after midnight], and also [during daytime] Praxeis Apostolon 10:22-14:15 matched with CM&S 3:3:47-22 and with GM @89.d-93.c added 23 Sept;

Praxeis Apostolon 14:19-20 matched with GM @94.c-d added 24 Sept;

Praxeis Apostolon 14:21-27 matched with and with CM&S 3:3:21-20 and with GM @94.e-g [after dawn], and also [afternoon] Praxeis Apostolon 15:5-26 matched with CM&S 3:3:19 and with GM @95.b-c, and also [evening] Praxeis Apostolon 16:12-37 matched with CM&S 3:3:19 and with GM @95.d-e added 25 Sept;

Praxeis Apostolon 17:5-18:8 matched with CM&S, p. 47 3:3:17-16 and with GM @95.g-96.j added 26 Sept; Praxeis Apostolon 18:12-19:19 matched with CM&S, p. 47 3:3:15-13 and with GM @96.k-97.c added 31 October 2019;

Praxeis Apostolon 20:13-28 matched with GM @98.c-d added 3 November 2019;

Praxeis Apostolon 20:29-21:34 matched with GM @98.e-k added 4 November 2019;

Praxeis Apostolon 21:35-28:31 matched with GM @98.l-w added 5 November 2019;

Pros Hebraious 1:8-4:10 matched with GM @98.x-99.f) added 6 November 2019;

Pros Hebraious 4:12-5:13 matched with GM @99.f-100.a added 8 November 2019;

Pros Hebraious 6:1-7:3 matched with GM @100.b-101.a added 9 November 2019 after midnight, and also Pros Hebraious 7:4-13:20 matched with GM @101.b-m added 9 November during daytime;

Iakobos 2:25-4:8 matched with GM @102.a-b, and 1st Petros 2:5-4:11 and matched with GM @102.c, and Ioudas 1:4-16 matched with GM @102.d-103.a, and 1st-3rd Ioannes matched with GM @103.b-c, and Ioudas 1:14 & 22-23 matched with GM @103.d, all added 10 November;

B-Re>s^iyt 18:2-19:23 matched with GM @5.b-6.a, and also B-Re>s^iyt 19:8-20:16 matched with "MM", pp. 285, and also B-Re>s^iyt 21:14-24:22 matched with "MM", pp. 287-290, and also B-Re>s^iyt 29:3-31:34 matched with "MM", pp. 293-295 added 11 November;

Apokalupsis 5:7-10:7 matched with GM @103.c-105.e added 13 November;

Apokalupsis 10:8-11:11 matched with GM @105.g-k added 14 November 2019 after midnight, and also Apokalupsis 11:18-13:3 matched with GM @106.c-j added 14 November during evening;

Apokalupsis 13:14-18 matched with GM @106.k-107.b added 15 November 2019 after midnight;

Apokalupsis 14:8-15:7 matched with GM @107.b-108.c added 23 November 2019;

CM&S 3:2:16-3 matched with GM @103.b-105.g added 27 November 2019;

Apokalupsis 11:6 matched with CM&S 42 3:2:2, and also CM&S 3:2:3-3:1:25 matched with GM @105.h-106.c, and also Apokalupsis 11:9-18 matched with GM @105.i-106.b, and also Apokalupsis 13:2 matched with CM&S 3:1:23, and also Apokalupsis 12:15 matched with CM&S 3:1:24, and also CM&S 3:1:22 matched with GM @106.j, and also Apokalupsis 13:2-11 matched with CM&S 3:1:21-20, all added 28 November 2019;

Apokalupsis 13:15-14:8 matched with CM&S 3:1:19-18, also CM&S 3:1:17 matched with GM @107.e-f, also Apokalupsis 15:2 matched with CM&S 3:1:16, also CM&S, p. 40 3:1:16-14 matched with GM @108.a-c , all added 29 November 2019;

Apokalupsis 16:2-19:17 matched with GM @108.c-109.f and with CM&S 3:1:14-8 added 30 November 2019;

Apokalupsis 19:18-21:6 matched with GM @109.f-j and with CM&S 3:1:8-6 added 1 December 2019;

Apokalupsis 21:14-22:16 matched with GM @109.j-l and with CM&S 3:1:5-4 and with Mananna`n, also Murtoi=Murti added 2 December 2019;

CM&S 3:1:3-1 matched with GM @109.m-q and with Heruka added after midnight, and also MBh, "Sabha Parvan" 11:47-48 in relation to Virat.a added evening 5 December 2019;

PB&J 4-10 matched with CM&S 3:1:3-2:4:18 and with GM @109.n-110.e added evening 6 December 2019;

Karpokrates matched with CM&S 2:4:18 added morning, also PB&J 11-14 matched with CM&S 2:4:18-15 and with GM @110.g-i added afternoon 7 December 2019;

CM&S 2:4:15-13 matched with GM @111.f-l added 15 December 2019;

CM&S 2:4:13-12 matched with GM @111.n-o added 16 December 2019;

CM&S 2:4:11-6 matched with GM @111.p-112.c morning, and CM&S 2:4:5-3 matched with GM @112.c-k

evening, added 17 December 2019;

CM&S 2:4:3-1 matched with GM @113.c-n added 18 December 2019;

CM&S 2:3:22-19 matched with GM @114.a-118.e added 19 December 2019;

CM&S 2:3:18-11 matched with GM @118.g-126.b added 20 December 2019;

CM&S 2:3:10-8 matched with GM @126.g-131.d added after midnight, and also CM&S 2:3:8-7 matched with GM @131.g-132.a added late morning 21 December 2019;

CM&S 2:3:7-1 matched with GM @132.d-l added 25 December 2019;

CM&S 2:2:17-1 matched with GM @132.n-133.l added morning, and also CM&S 2:1:19-4 matched with GM @133.l-137.g added afternoon and evening 27 December 2019;

CM&S 2:1:3-1 matched with GM @137.o-s added after midnight, and also CM&S 2:1:1 matched with GM @138.c late morning, and also "MUU" @1-25 matched with GM @132.q-137.t added afternoon and evening 28 December 2019;

"MUU" @26 matched with GM @138.a-c and with CM&S 2:1:1 added afternoon 29 December 2019;

MR pp. 24-29 matched with GM @114.f-117.a added 30 December 2019}