Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 1.1






<IBRIY MYTHIC EVENTS (TNaK) [forwards sequence]

HELLENIC STANDARD SEQUENCE (Apollodoros) OF MYTHIC EVENTS [forwards sequence]

CHINESE STANDARD SEQUENCE (Mountains and Seas Classic) OF MYTHIC LOCALITIES [backwards sequence]

NORTH-AMERINDIAN [Alsea and Miwok] and MIDDLE-AMERINDIAN (Popol Vuh) MYTHIC EVENTS





0th day : "the face of the Deep ... the face of the waters" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:2).


"And there are alligators" (CM&S, p. 141 11:19). [tropical rivers are dominated by crocodiles]

2nd cry : "rivers and canals" (GB, p. 542 -- Ginza).

1st day, 1st event : "divided the light from the darkness" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:4).


"The wears-ever fruit tree" (CM&S, p. 141 11:18). {mushrooms are fruit growing evermore in darkness; "lion's mane" mushrooms (as if snag-fruit), worn (as if clothing) on dead branches}

6th cry : "a full structure of darkness." (GB, p. 543 -- Ginza)

1st day, 2nd event : "the \raqiya<\ ('firmament')" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:7). [Strong's 7554 \raqa<\ 'to beat out metal into plates']


"on each side of the corpse ... they ... ward off decay." (CM&S, p. 141 11:17) [cf. TL-MRJ royal mummy-coffins sheathed in beaten gold plates}

1st cry, 2nd event : "the firmament" (GB, p. 542 -- Ginza).

3rd day, 1st event : "the waters gathered together ..., and ... the dry land apppear" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:9).


"Shaman Aide." (CM&S, p. 141 11:17) [chemist's assistant, aiding in performing praecipitations of minerals as crystals?]

1st cry, 1st event : "solidified the earth from the waters" [praecipitation of dissolved mineral?] (GB, p. 542 -- Ginza).

3rd day, 2nd event : "grass, and herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:11).


"Shaman Every" (CM&S, p. 141 11:17). [cf. every plant]

4th cry : "every plant and its seeds" (GB, p. 543 -- Ginza).

4th day, 1st event : sun and moon (B-Re>s^iyt 1:16).

{Sun and moon may be described as 1000- or as 100-rayed : cf. centipede}

"Shaman Shoe" (CM&S, p. 141 11:17). {often, centipedes hide in shoon}

[sun and moon omitted (because these twain are seldom seen in dreams?)]

4th day, 2nd event : stars and/or planets (B-Re>s^iyt 1:16).


"thrust trees or crossed-tooth trees." (CM&S, p. 141 11:16)

7th cry : "[Ruwh.a] and her seven sons, who are the planets." (GB, p. 543 -- Ginza).

5th day, 1st event : "fowl that may fly" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:20).


"bird and ... bird which wear shields on their heads." (CM&S, p. 141 11:16) [hornbill-birds?]

3rd cry, 2nd event : "feathered birds" (GB, p. 542 -- Ginza).

5th day, 2nd event : "every living creature ... which the waters brought forth" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:21).


"the pearl tree" (CM&S, p. 140 11:16). [Pearls form within oysters residing in the sea.]

3rd cry, 1st event : "fishes in the sea" (GB, p. 542 -- Ginza).

6th day, 1st event : "cattle ... and beast" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:24). [despite being draught-animals, oxen are often eaten by humans]


"the look-flesh creature" (CM&S, p. 140 11:16). [growing again when mostly eaten (Ibid., p. 237), this may be the prokaryotic "slime-mold" (eaten by snails)]

[domestic work-animals omitted (because little work is done in dreams?)]

6th day, 2nd event : "every thing that creepeth upon the earth" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:25).


"wear snakes on their heads and tread snakes underfoot" (CM&S, p. 140 11:15).

5th cry : "sinister reptiles" (GB, p. 543 -- Ginza).

6th day, 3rd event : "man[kind]" (B-Re>s^iyt 1:27).

{Bon deities are commonly 9-headed anthropoids.}

"The Open[-]bright animal ... has nine heads which all have human faces" (CM&S, p. 140 11:14).

[humans omitted from Ginza (because, purportedly, only actual ghosts and spooks are encountred in dreams?)]



"South of Offspring[-]line is a watery chasm 2,400 feet deep." (CM&S, p. 140 11:14)

Ginnunga-Gap (Edda).

"ended his work ...; and


"to pass through to the east of the land of End[-]square[-]bird." (CM&S, p. 140 11:13)


he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made." (2:2)


"The rivers then ... enter the sea near Feather Folk country." (CM&S, p. 140 11:12)

{"Featherbedding" is being assigned to a duty of merely being praesent

without work to perform.}

"And ... blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it" (2:3). {In antique Hellenic religious practice, a holy day is sanctified by means of public games.}



Two brethren stole a playing-ball from away from team playing a ball-game; one is these brethren is killed (becoming a fish),

"But there went up a mist from the earth {cf. a river gushing upward, outwards from a subterranean cavern?} and watered the whole face of the ground." (2:6)

["Where the sacred river Alph {Alpheios} flows through caverns unseen of man." (Keats -- at this moment he forgot the residue of his composition, cf. the forgetfulness imposed by the site of the Tower of Babel)]

"The Great River rises ... to enter the Gulf Sea. Then it rises once again from beyond the sea" (CM&S, p. 140 11:11). [This would imply that the river must flow through a subterranean cavern underlying the seabed.]

the other escaping into a river (AT&M, p. 69). [Identical myth in the Popol Vuh!]

"planted a garden eastward in <eden" (2:8). [planted it from southeast to northeast?]


"The River Scarlet rises from the southeast corner ... and runs ... to the northeast" (CM&S, p. 140 11:10).

"he rubbed ... his hands for a little while ... (with) some red paint" (AT&M, p. 71). [in rubric for red-letter day?]

"to grow every tree that is ... good for food; the tree of life ..., and the tree of knowledge" (2:9). [2 trees = spirits of 2 hands?]


"On its summit there is the tree-barley ... ." (CM&S, p. 140 11:9) [Is this not the west-European beech nut-tree?]

"And then when he finished he tied them together" (AT&M, p. 71). [Tied his own hands, lest automaticly writing?]

"And a river ... was parted, and became four" (2:10). [outwards from the 4 sides of a square?]


"The Waste of Offspring[-]line [K>un-lun (infra, p. 245)] is ... square and

"Then (it was) not long before he came to a

river." (AT&M, p. 71)




80,000 feet high. ...

"They ... habitually lift me

"The ... first is Piys^own" (2:11). [\fata>a\ or \fat>\ (DMWA, p. 816a) 'to quench (scil., thirst)']


There are nine wells on each face [making 36 for the astrological dekanoi?] ..., and

out of the water." (AT&M, p. 73) [Was he in the water because in the process of quenching his thirst?]

"there is \bdolah.\ ('bdellion/ bdellium') and the \s^oham\ ('onyx', a stripe-banded gem) stone." (2:12)


their railings are made of jade." (CM&S, p. 140 11:9) [With these railings, cf. striped bandings.]

"Then after (this) was done he was killed and afterwards skinned." (AT&M, p. 73) [skinned in strips/stripes?]

"And the ... second river is Giyh.own" (2:13). [Strong's 1518 \giyah.\ 'gush (of water through aperture)']



"Then vainly all sorts (of canoes) were launched because each was full of holes inside." (AT&M, p. 75)

"put him ... l-<abdehh ('to dress it')" (2:15). [\<abbad\ (DMWA, p. 685b) 'sunflower' (facing sun, cf. green-tailed Alektruon greeting sun)]


"The birds there have scarlet, yellow, and green markings" (CM&S, p. 139 11:8). [Green is the tail of the Indo-Chinese male fighting "jungle fowl".]


"every beast of the field and


"Settler Country ... used to lie adjacent to

"the people went across in a body." (AT&M, p. 75)

every fowl of the air; and


Swallow kingdom, but

"the Snipes ... usually begin shouting above from everywhere." (AT&M, p. 75)



Swallow destroyed Settler Country." (CM&S, p. 139 11:7)

"From all sides the wailing went up repeatedly." (AT&M, p. 75)

brought them unto >adam" (2:19). [Did not they have to be tamed (pacified) in order thus to be brought?]


"The land of the Pacified people" (CM&S, p. 139 11:6).




"go southwest to enter the sea" (CM&S, p. 139 11:5).

"you two submerge yourselves into the water" (AT&M, p. 75).

"called every living creature" (2:19). [The faithful are called to ekklesia each Sunday via bell-tolling.]


"on Mount Bell" (CM&S, p. 139 11:5).

"he came to where

there was a hole (in) the ground" (AT&M, p. 75). {cf. cavity of a bell}

"caused a deep sleep to fall" (2:21). {cf. the song, "Sandman, send me a dream".}


"The Flowing Sands rise" (CM&S, p. 139 11:5).

"he is constantly uncovering the graves" (AT&M, p. 77). [graves are often filled in with sand]

"This is now bone of my bones" (2:23). [are their bones mutually crossed-over?]


"It has paths leading in all four directions" (CM&S, p. 139 11:4). [Might not this crossroads be symbolized by a pair of crossbones?]

"an exceedingly old man ... would repeatedly try ... with his two" (AT&M, p. 77).

"Therefore ... a man ... shall cleave unto his wife : and they shall be one flesh." (2:24) ["Shall be one flesh" only insofar as they, for their clan's sake, fecundly engendre progeny, in whom they unite their genes.]


"Flowing[-]yellow Fecund[-]clan Country" (CM&S, p. 139 11:4).

There are (CBM, pp. 57-60) 25 types of marital relationships : that these types flow through the "yellow" is indicated by the fact that when the mother of 'Yellow Emperor' "became pregnant, ... after twenty-five months she gave birth" (HChM, s.v. "Huang Di", p. 138).

she ... did eat ...; and he did eat." (3:6)


"burial place of Soverign Millet" (CM&S, p. 139 11:3). [millet's "burial place' = cookpot?]

"He ate his supper" (BH, p. 398). "Kawaiisu myth ... about ... a pot ... with rice" (BH, p. 399).

Manda< d H.ay ('knowledge of life'), by singing "sublimely", "taught" (GB, p. 547), to >adam, "what life had stored in me."

"[LINos] ... taught both [Thamuris] and Orpheus." (GM @147.b)


The students of KauLINi's are known as Kaulina (MM-W:S-ED, q.v. -- Pan.ini 4-1, 90). [With suffix of \kaulIN-I\, cf. that of \houdIN-I\.]

{Hats may be made of beaver-skin to indicate their function as a "thinking-cap" for the learning of mysteries.}


"High[-]willow mountain stands

{[Alsea] "it was said to the Beaver, ''... only the bark of willow trees wilt thou habitually eat"" (AT&M, p. 77).}

"And they were both naked" (B-Re>s^iyt 2:25) {as if they were mystics lacking disciples to empower}.


to the north of {arctic praevalent of dimness symbolically denoting source of hidden mystery}

"And one boy fancied

it very much and said to his father, "Do thou catch it for me!" {asked as if by disciple requaesting lore}.

"ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil." (B-Re>s^iyt 3:5) {suggestion as proiomion to imparting of lore for spiritual empowerment}.

Thamuris (DCM, q.v., p. 442a) [< *\DHAMU-\], the poe:t, taught, as his disciple :

the land of Succession." (CM&S, p. 139 11:3) {Succession = discipleship within a lineage of transmission of initiation into secret tradition}




"At Mount Goose[-]gate the geese

So, indeed, ... that (bird) was perching (on a twig). And as he was about to catch it it moved up a httle higher. ...

"saw that the tree was ... pleasant to the eyes, and



Now the tree kept on growing

taller. ...

a tree to be desired to make one wise" (B-Re>s^iyt 3:6).



And (it was) not long before the tree reached

high up and went through the sky." (AT&M, p. 79)

>ADAM [Strong's 119 \>adam\ 'be made red' (e.g., caused to glow red by being smelted, of metal in furnace)] hath 3 sons :



Ayodha-DHAUMya [\dham\ (or \dhma\) 'smelted by being blown' (of metal in furnace blown with bellows)]. hath (MBh, "Adi Parvan" 3:21-80) 3 disciples :

1st (B-Re>s^iyt 4:1) Qayin, who is (4:2) "a tiller of the ground."


come through the mountain gap." (CM&S, p. 139 11:2) {= gap betwixt embankments?}

1st Arun.i "to construct embankments" (PE, s.v. "Ayodhadhaumya 1)", p. 84a) in the garden;

Qayin murdered his own brother (4:8).


"Peril and Twain Load murdered Notch Flaw." (CM&S, p. 139 11:1)


2nd Hebel, who is (4:2) a keeper of domestic livestock.

[Livestock are often crowded together :

"eats elephants ... . [In Bharata, elephants are typically domestic work-animals.]

2nd Upa-manyu who is ("Ay. 2)", p. 84b) keeper of domestic livestock,

"When Eve {H.awwah] was in Adam [>adam] there was no death." (GB, p. 279 -- Eu-angelion kata Philippos)

cf. Hellenic \THAMUs\ 'crowded together' (feminine adjective, to denote that THAMUris "wooed one of his own sex" : GM @21.m).]




Homeros, the poe:t, who is blind. [A blind poe:t must learn poe:sy "by heart".]

Gentlemen ... will never have heart disease" (CM&S, p. 136 10:14).

but who, when becoming temporarily blind,



"Its people have ... a fish's body with no feet." (CM&S, p. 136 10:13)

fell into water and could not climb out by his own effort; and

3rd S^et (4:25), who inscribeth the Three Stelai (GB, pp. 202-211), which remain standing.


"that looks like an official's capstring" (CM&S, p. 136 10:12). [officials stay in service]

3rd Vajra, who ("Ay. 3)") "stayed for a long time ... in the service of the guru."

\Vajra\ is a variety of


Thamuris also taught, to Huakinthos, "how to hurl a discus" (GM @21.m).


hurled missile (to wit, the thunderbolt).

Qayin hath as his son H.nowk, and "builded a city ... called ... after the name of his son" (B-Re>s^iyt 4:17).


"where the apes know the names of humans." (CM&S, p. 136 10:11)

Cognate with \H.NOWk\ might be \CaN.Ura\ (PE, s.v. "Can.ura I." -- MBh, "Sabha Parvan" 4:26),



"The people called at Chief Track's residence" (CM&S, p. 135 10:10).

"who served ... at the council hall built by Maya."

The 1st Stele of S^et laudeth (GB, p. 203) the luminance of MIRO-theas (a name possibly cognate with \MERU-savarn.i\).

\MERU-savarn.i\ 'kinswoman of Meru' could well be aequivalent to 'day'-goddess Hemera, who is full sistre (both sets having the same parents : Nukt- and Erebos, according to Hesiodos : https://www.theoi.com/Daimon/Moirai.html and https://www.theoi.com/Protogenos/Nyx.html)

"Cinnabar[-]sunny." (CM&S, p. 136 10:10) {with "sunny", cf. luminance}

The "wonderful mansion which Maya built on the Vindhya mountain" (PE, s.v. "Maya", p. 495a) is guarded by (PE, s.v. "Maya", p. 495b -- Valmiki Rama-ayan.a 50) the woman Svayam-prabha ('one's own luminance'), whose mother is MERU-savarn.i.


of the MOIRai-goddesses (who, though themselves deities, tend to human affairs).

"presided over relations between the deities and the people" (CM&S, p. 135 10:10).


"every artificer in brass and iron" (B-Re>s^iyt 4:22).


"The great god Cinnabar Crimson" (CM&S, p. 135 10:7). {cinnabar is a metal-ore}


"walked with >lohiym :



"he just kept on going slowly." (AT&M, p. 75)

and he was not" (5:24). {he vanished, suddenly as though walking around the corner}


"Turn[-]corner land." (CM&S, p. 135 10:3) {By merely turning a corner in a lucid dream, one may be in changed scene.}

Strong's 2106 \ZAwIYT\ 'corner' ought to be cognate with \JAYaD-sena\ (PE, s.v. "Jayadsena II." -- MBh, "Adi Parvan" 35) whose son is Arva-cina (redincarnation of Arun.i?).


"[Mtu-s^elah. {'adult of the dart']] ... died" (5:27; cf. LB, p. 71).



"the dog, the right side of whose face was black, shot. He missed" ("ES--YdY", p. 220).

LeMeK (5:28) : he spake of whom "the hair of his head and his long locks were white, and



"the prairie falcon (limik) ... hung up the hair of the killed on trees." ("PFF--YdY")

his eyes like the rays of the sun." (LB, p. 66)


{Rampant leopard (CBM, p. 18, lower registre)}

28th Jaina naks.atra Recumbent Lion. {"a

lion ... has ... fiery eyeballs" (Horapollon : Hieroglyphics, XVII).}

"saw that they were fair" (B-Re>s^iyt 6:2). [observed that they were pale in skin-tone]


"mortal men ... Pro-metheus ('Forethought') formed ... in ... Pan[-]opeus ['All-Observing, All-Looking']" (GM @4.b).




Beside lake Kopa[w]is [< *\S`aPaWI-\ (Skt \s`apa\ 'conjure')] appeareth the first man Alalko-meneus [name likely related to \Alal-qar\, name of mythic king of Eridu (cf. Eridu, FL)], who

{Strong's 4135 \muwl\ 'to circumcise' (whence Latin \mul-us, -a\ 'mule'); Sumerian \mul\ 'star' is putatively "beyond this world".}

Naked and "having no prepuce" (MW:SD), Vaidik god S`iPi-VIs.t.a dwelleth (1/4th of him) "beyond this world".

"[Qayiniy] women and [Qayiniy] men alike were in the habit of walking abroad naked, and they gave themselves up to every conceivable manner of lewd practices." (LB, p. 69 {N.B. "69" is the number for sexuality})

"acted as Zeus's counsellor on the occasion of his quarrel with [his wife Hera]",


A naked woman hath a man [her husband?] stewing in a cauldron [symbolizing her rebelling against his authority?] (CBM, p. 20, lower registre), this event praeceding the lunar event of

"immediately after their birth they could walk and talk" (LB, p. 70). But one of these deliberately caused own self's being slaughtered, cooked, and devoured (LB, p. 72).

"before even the moon was." (GM @5.a) {With crescent moon, cf. crescent-shaped elephant-tusks.}


self-beheaded man's walking on the moon (CBM, p. 18, upper registre).

27th Jaina naks.atra Striding Elephant.

[God Vinayaka submitted to being beheaded; his head was replaced with that of an elephant.]

"Make thee an ark of goper ('cypress')-wood" (B-Re>s^iyt 6:14).


"Cinnamon Forest Eight[-]trees (CM&S, p. 135 10:3).

[many Pacific islanders' myths] 8 trees (or often arrowroot : R&CBCP, p. 41) together uphold the sky.

This ark is to be shaped rectangularly (6:15) : like unto blockhouse, for exach existential plane.


"Three Sky[-]sons Block" (CM&S, p. 135 10:2). [3 aspects : causal, mental, and astral planes]

Each of pp. (blocks) 49-55 in the the CBM is divided into 3 compartments (aspects of heavens).

"the windows of heaven were opened." (7:11)

["rushed through the space left when God removed two stars out of the constellation of the Pleiades." (LB, p. 76)]

{Such "windows" may be repraesented by holes on flutes : in a Mochica vase-painting (CEAS"Fly", p. 181), over a scene of living skeletons playing flutes, a fly is depicted.}


"the large fly ... went up. He came there above to the hole of our world." ("PFW--YdY", p. 222)

"Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains were covered. " (B-Re>s^iyt 7:20)

The first race of mankind is characterized as "never growing old" (GM @5.b).

"the mountains of Serpent country lie in the sea." (CM&S, p. 135 10:1)

In the Sumerian Bil-games` (= Akkadian Gil-games`) Epic, the serpent becometh able to rejuvenate itself.

"Noh.a only remained alive, and they that were with him in the ark." (B-Re>s^iyt 7:23) [Noh.a might be somehow aequivalent to Varun.a, the sea-god whose vehicle is a makara.}

"These ... were the ... [1st] race, ... eating the honey {\melit-\ more accurately translated 'sweet sap'} that dripped from the trees" (GM @5.b). {Mediterranean-subspecies melia (sweet-sapped) of ash-tree : this sap, alike unto that from maple-trees, is caught in basins placed under the incisions into the trees.}

"The land of Basin" (CM&S, p. 135 10:1).

Antient Qat.aban's modern language-congener district \Mahrah\ is cognate with Sumerian boat \Makurru\ = Skt \Makara\ : this is identical with the Aztec day-sign Cipactli, depicting the Central American flying beetle having semblance to a crocodile lacking a lower jaw.