Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 1.2

<IBRIY MYTHIC EVENTS (TNaK) [forwards sequence]; MESO-AMERICAN DAY-SIGNS [backwards sequence]


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

Maha-bharata; Caudex Borgianus Mexicanus;

JAINA NAKS.ATRA-S [backwards sequence]; AMERINDIAN [Miwok in California] MYTHIC EVENTS

"And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day {N.B. 17 is the 7th prime} of the month, upon the mountains" (B-Re>s^iyt 8:4).

{When the deluge-surviving ark of Akkadian hero Ut-napis^-tim "lands, ... the gods buzz around like flies." (CEAS"Fly", p. 181b)}

"And ... a raven ... went forth to and fro" (8:7).

"The deity ..., Hook Sprout, has a bird's body" (CM&S, p. 130 9:15). ["Kuo notes that this is deity is ... with a square face" (CM&S, p. 229).] {This may mean that the deity is engaged in feeding the face with a square-meal. Thus the sprouts can hook (attract-and-please) deities.}

"Then they went back with him (to the place) where that tree had

pierced (the sky)." (AT&M, p. 79)

"in her mouth was an olive leaf pluckt off" (8:12). [implying that the olive-leaf is the utmost/best of vegetarian foods] {"She" (female dove) may be bird-guise of goddess Satya (PE, s.v. " Satya II" -- MBh, "Vana Parvan" 219:4) daughter of Dharma-deva.}

Uttama (\UTMost\ 'best') is the Manu guiding 12 * 5 = 60 [Chinese cycle of 12 * 5 days/years] deities including 12 Satya-s (PE, q.v. -- Vis.n.u 3:1) : for a Satya, ('leaf-eater') Parn.a-ada (PE, s.v. " Parn.ada III" -- MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 273:8 ) serveth as priest.

"smelled reyh.a ha-niyh.oh. ('odor the reposeful')" (8:21). [punning \niyh.oh.\ on the name Strong's 5146 \Noh.a\ = 5118 \nuwh.a\ 'repose' : so that "God will rest" (GB, p. 182 -- Apokalupsis of >adam]

"Next [2nd] came a ... race ..., and never sacrificed {that is to say, never futilely offered inedible portions (mostly bones) to deities -- which vain Hellenic-style offerings can only anger the deities} to the gods but, at least,

{Instead of futilely burning their sacrificial offerings (thus only enraging deities), West African feed special foods to persons whose body is divinely "possessed" (occupied temporarily by deity), so that the deities are truly pleased.}

"neither will I smite any more every living thing" (8:21).

did not make war on one another." (GM @5.c)

"the enormous fruit entered a fruit" (GB, p. 537 -- Ginza). "Be fruitful" (B-Re>s^iyt 9:1).

"Next [3rd] came a ... race, who fell like fruits from the ... trees ... .

"Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things." (9:3)

They ate flesh as well as bread ... .

"I saw their gates of darkness. I saw ... the lords of the gloomy house." (GB, p. 538 -- Ginza)


"its people are entirely black from their face and eyes to their hands and feet." (CM&S, p. 130 9:14)

"Then he was wrapped up in the skin of a whale,

(which) was tied in the middle, whereupon he was let down again." (AT&M, p. 79) {Inside the whale-skin must be dark; all whales are entirely black. }

"I saw ... Sinawis the underworld ... . ... Whoever enters dies" (GB, p. 539 -- Ginza). But they evidently revive themselves from such death, for these "mighty ... monsters ... live in fire" (GB, p. 539 -- Ginza). [\SiniaWIS\ may be cognate with Skt \VIS\ 'bird' : they may be as birds who "leave their life among the stars of the sky" (Makrobios), so that they can readily at will restore their own life via stellar power.]

Death has seized them all." (GM @5.d)

"they are the Teacher Folk." (CM&S, p. 128 9:14) {Could these folk be donating their own flesh to be eaten, and teaching the holy doctrine "my flesh is meat indeed" (as eucharist) to proselytes who are converts to this redemptive faith?}

"Thou art looking at the whale which we two are eating. It is his (present which he) brought back." (AT&M, p. 79) After having thus given his whale-flesh to be eaten, yet nevertheless he became this very whale embodied :

"Then ... he kept on floating in the sea for a long time by means (of the skin of the whale) and finally started to spout. Then he ... began to revolve in his mind: ''... Forsooth, I will first travel in the water (as a) whale ... ."" (AT&M, p. 81)

"I threw a camel bridle on her and showed her a third mystery" (GB, p. 547). [Much as a female camel can be ridden, so likewise a mother scorpion will carry her babies riding on her back.]

"The Country of Toiler Folk" (CM&S, p. 128 9:14).

26th Jaina naks.atra Scorpion. {The death-bringing poisonous black scorpion is native to Central America.}

The "bow" (rainbow) is set in the cloud as token of the divine covenant (B-Re>s^iyt 9:13). This covenant is for divine peace, hence of the Prince of Peace (s`ar s^alowm) : whence \PAX\ is (in Latin) 'peace' for PAKa on ("6)(v)") mt Malaya.

{While Maya was relaxing on mt Malaya, \Purandara\ became an epithet of (PE, s.v. "Maya 6)(v)" -- Vamana Puran.a 71) the Indra ('prince') whose capa ('bow') is the rainbow.}

{"S`iva used this mountain as the flagstaff" (PE, s.v. "Malaya IV.(6)" -- MBh, "Dron.a Parvan" 102:73).} {"I will ... erect an iron stake, from earth all the way to heaven" (MI&Sh, p. 105).}

"Then ... came out on the shore and began to think inside his mind: "I wonder what shall I (wish) on (me)? Yes, I will have a

bow"" (AT&M, p. 83).

"went backward ..., and they saw not their father's nakedness." (9:23) [This was done, apparently lest they witness their father's <es`aw-resembling hairyness, praesumably

"The fourth race ... fought ... in ... the Trojan War. [The xanthos ('blond') hair of their heroes is often mentioned in the Iliad.]

"The Country of Hairy Folk" (CM&S, p. 128 9:13).

on the lower body (legs / thighs).]

"Dark[-]thigh ... people

"Ruh{.}a ... tears clumps of hair from her head." (GB, p. 541 -- Ginza)

{Depilation by pulling out of head-hair is a practice in Jaina religious orders.}

"Then again he began to pull out some grass and put it into his armpits." (AT&M, p. 83)

As for servant (B-Re>s^iyt 9:26-27) Kna<an, "his firstborn" (10:15) is (Strong's 6721) \S.iydown\ 'fishery'.

{Matsya ['Fish']-kala (PE, q.v. -- Agni 278) and Vira are among the Girika-putra-s ('sons of little mountain-nymphs').}

wear clothes made from fish" (CM&S, p. 128 9:12). [Fish-scale armor (worn in State of Wu, lower valley of 'Golden Sands' river).]

"Then, indeed, he began

to call (for) the salmon. Now (it was) not long before that river became full (with salmon)" (AT&M, p. 83).

"Peleg; for in his days the earth was divided" (10:25). [\FALJ\ 'fissure, rift' (DMWA, p. 850a). This may the the "Abyss", reckoned as one of the 11 (in the system of 11 Spiyrowt of Qabbalah, as according Luria, illustrated in, e.g., Rosenroth : The Cabala Unveiled -- HOT; see also Wikipedia article "Sefirot"). One "must leap across the Abyss" ("Q&AA", p. 29a).]

{"The great abyss indeed mentioned in the Zohar, ... located among the sephiroth." (HOT) Thus, "one precious stone ... plunged into the Abyss, ... remaining fastened therein whilst ... this other and superior head constituted ... the point ["Primordial Point"] out of which the world started ...

[Far upriver in a gorge is the cataract known as the 'Dragon's Leap', a pilgrimage-site sacred to Taoist faith. "If a carp successfully makes the jump, it is transformed into a powerful dragon. ... This Dragon Gate was said to have been created after the Flood by the God-emperor Yu who split a mountain blocking the path of the Yellow River." ("LMDG")]

"where (that

monster) fell (to the ground) it split the mountain into two, and

"and his brother's name was yowQT.AN." (B-Re>s^iyt 10:25) [Strong's 6996 \QaT.AN\ 'lesser' : the "Lesser Holy Assembly" consisteth of survivors from among them original persons, most of whom had died of awe, as if via divine levin.]

and the lightning flash" ("JWh&TL" -- Zohar, Vol. IV, p. 258).}

These became heroes, and dwell in the [Elusian] Fields." (GM @5.e) [\Elusion\ is defined as 'a levin-smitten site'.]

["The Chinese dragon ..., ... when it flies, ... is usually accompanied by lightning" ("DACh").]

"now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do." (B-Re>s^iyt 11:6) [This is the very definition of \libidinous\.]

"The fifth race is ... libidinous" (GM @5.f). {Cf. Ainu myth of Water-wagtail's teaching, to humans, of how to swive.}

only his tail was sticking out." (AT&M, p. 85).

{\Tlaloc\ (< *\LARoK\) is cognate with \LARaK\, the name of a capital-city of the Hapirti (Skt \haputrin\ 'wagtail-bird').} Aztec rain-god Tlaloc's main wife is Chalchiuhtl-icue ('Jade {Green Stone} Skirt').}

"The people there are black. {Cf. how Tlaloc's "face was painted with liquid rubber; it was anointed with black ...; he had a necklace of green stone jewels." (4th cap., 1st lib., GHNS. M.S.A.R #14.2, p. 7).} ... On their left ear there is a green snake" (CM&S, p. 128 9:11).

"So, indeed, he went down, and after he came to

where he heard ... monsters he beheld (the

place) simply full (with) those beings, several of them being black." (AT&M, p. 87)

The brickwork Tower of Babel was built (11:6-9) as a platform whence to shoot at Heaven's denizens (LB, p. 84),

{With Siphonantus indica, its "Flowers used in scorpion sting" (DUMP, p. 93), cf. the 'flower- scorpion' (WM:HS, cap. 5, s.v. "epidendra") angrek kasTURI; for, the Shroud of TURIn sheweth plainly such a facial marking.}

{"the ... Kalakan~ja[-]s [\kalakhan~ja\ = \yakr.t\ 'the liver'; \kan~jika\ 'Siphonantus indica'] piled up bricks ..., saying : "we will ascend to heaven." ... They at first ... arrived at heaven;

"he lay face downward and began to sleep. And when he woke up again he arose. (To his surprise) the place where he lay face down (showed plainly) so. This is why such (a mark can be) always (seen there)." (AT&M, p. 89)

but its bricks were afterwards dispersed by being thrown by its builders (LB, p. 85).

then Indra tore out that (brick).

{[Sikkimese myth] Collapse of excessively tall heap of pottery urns containing bones of the defunct.}

{Maya glyph repraesenting uinal Kan-KiN : open-mouthed wolf.}

[From among the Kala-kan~ja-s,] the two that were uppermost became the two dogs of Yama,

"But just as soon as he came down to the water some monsters with their mouths open approached

him." (AT&M, p. 89)

{[Aztec] The Tzitzime (pl.; sing. is \Tzitimitl\) are spider-deities coming down out of the sky while spinning their threads (out from rear-end of body).}

those which were lower became spiders." ("CIV", pp. 164-5 -- Maitrayani Samhita 1:6:9).}

"Then ... he ... walked around in different directions and began to break wind all over the place." (AT&M, p. 89) [from rear-end of body]

R<UW (B-Re>s^iyt 11:20), cognate with <arabiy \RuGwah\ 'froth' (DMWA, p. 403a).

{Tlaloc became a former sun, praesiding over world-age Quiahui-tonatiuh ('rain-sun').}

{As fac,ade of this god's temple at Teoti-huacan ('deity depicted'), Tlaloc is multiply depicted as a waterfall.}

"Then, indeed, he started up the river and came (pretty soon) to where there was a cascade" (AT&M, p. 91).

S`RuwG (B-Re>s^iyt 11:22). [Strong's 8286 'tendril' of helical entwining] [\s`araj\ (DMWA, p. 541a) 'loop' (cf. looped ouro-boros serpent swallowing own tail)]

{S`aRa-Ha the saha-jiya natha siddha, a devotee of ("BGYS`") Kun.d.alini the helically-entwining (so in side-channels, but with middle channel being straightish) goddess .}

{\Shinny\ is named for the shin (Scots \skink\) as protected by greave fastened onto the The Swedish for 'shank' is \skank\ (also a 'woman shewing her shank').

"he turned the shinny [hockey] players into trees" (AT&M, p. 91). [cf. serpents' becoming trees (South AmerIndian myth)] {In Scots, \shank\ can mean 'tree-trunk' (SDD).}

Nah.owr (B-Re>s^iyt 11:24). [Strong's 5152 'snorer'; \nah^r\ 'snoring' : DMWA, p. 1114b] {Prose Edda's author Snorri's father's name, Sturlu, may relate to \sterling\, a term for 'smelt-fish' in Scots (SDD).}

{"Columbia River smelt" are known as ("PSCR") \eULACHon\, cognate with Eddic god's name \Ullr\ < *\ULH-\ (and with Skt \ulka\ 'meteor').}

{The Columbia River was formerly called \Oregon\, from the oregano herb. "Wild Oil of Oregano ... under my tongue and I ... had ... No loud snoring" ("WOO--SAA").}

"Finally when he came to that big river he named this ..., saying, "Now Columbia will be the name (of this river)."" (AT&M, p. 91)

Terah. (B-Re>s^iyt 11:26). [\tarah.\ 'grief, distress, sadness' : DMWA, p. 112b;

"The tide was low at that time" (AT&M, p. 91). {Making for being "low" in mood, viz., sad?}

but \tariyh^\ for \ta>riyh^\ is from verb \>rh^\ 'to date historically']

"one log lay on dry ground. (AT&M, p. 93).

{\Log\ can mean 'dated record of one's doings'.}

"having ha-<ay ('the heap' [of clothing?]) on the east;

So after she took off her clothes she piled

them up there on top (of the log).

and there ... builded an altar {baptismal font?},

Then she began to bathe.

and called upon the name" (B-Re>s^iyt 12:8).

And after she came ashore again she sat down on top of that log.

"he said unto S`aray his wife, ... I know that thou art a fair woman to look upon" (B-Re>s^iyt 12:11).

Then (soon) her eyes began to smart, so she closed them (for a little while. ...

"and the woman was taken into Par<oh's house." (B-Re>s^iyt 12:15)

But when she opened

them again, behold 1 the log was already far (in the sea)." (AT&M, p. 93)

"Ab-ram was very rich ... in silver, and in gold." (B-Re>s^iyt 13:2)

"the log was seen to be covered wilh abalone shells. The youngest brother wanted to obtain these shells" (AT&M, p. 94, fn.).

"Then ... came and dwelt in the plain of Mamre>" (B-Re>s^iyt 13:18). [Strong's 4754 \MaRa>\ 'lash self with wings (as the ostrich)']

"snipes ... flew up, (they darkened the horizon so that) the sun would simply disappear." (AT&M, p. 95)

"the vale of S`iddiym was full of slimepits; and the kings ... fell there" (B-Re>s^iyt 14:10).

"(the ocean) became foamy, and they could not get through (anywhere)." (AT&M, p. 95)

"they took ... all their victuals, and went their way." (B-Re>s^iyt 14:11)

"went to look for food. And when he came back he brought with him some" (AT&M, p. 95).

"pursued them unto H.owbah [Strong's 2327 'hiding-place'],

"began to wish, ''May we be spilled at some hidden place!" ...

which is on the left [i.e., north] of Damas`eq." (B-Re>s^iyt 14:15)

Thereupon ... the south wind also began to blow [i.e., northwards]." (AT&M, p. 97)

"came ... in a vision (B-Re>s^iyt 15:1).

"And whenever they would blink their eyes

"And ... brought him forth abroad, and said, ... tell [count] the stars" (15:5).

it would just lighten all over." (AT&M, p. 99)

"thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs" (15:13).

"We will first travel all over the world in a canoe.

"And you shalt go to thy fathers in peace ... in a good old age." (15:15)

Then after we are through we will go up to the sky." (AT&M, p. 99)

"when ... it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, and a burning lamp that passed between" (15:17).

" A monster is killing all the people." But by being viewed, it is transformed into "(a bunch of) burs sticking out (from the ground. ...

"In the same day Yahweh made a covenant with >ab-ram" (15:18).

Then he looked around and (saw that) the peo-

ple's bones were just white. Then he went down to the water and, after he came back, they went on." (AT&M, p. 99) [The skeletons of persons who had been killed by burr-monstre were thus revived, and walked.]

"Now S`aray ... bare ... no children; and she had a handmaid ..., whose name was Hagar." (16:1)

"Oh! there are two women who live (here) and just kill

all the people." (AT&M, p. 101)

"This is my covenant ...; Every man child among you shall be circumcised." (17:10) {The "God" of the TNak is thus a merciless unprincipled monstre who greedily devoureth human flesh (unless subdued by being crushed between one's teeth in the guise of fleas).}

"he was met (at the beach) and told : "A monster lives here. That monster is simply killing us off entirely.'' ... Their feet were partly gone, and also their buttocks were partly eaten off." (AT&M, p. 103) [That monstre is transformed into fleas, which can be killed by being crushed between one's teeth.]

"Three men stood" (B-Re>s^iyt 18:2) : these were the divine mal>akiym {possibly intended as personifications of house-upholding pillars}.

"these people were living above because their several

houses were just resting on posts." (AT&M, p. 105) {Longhouses are built atop posts in Borneo.}

"And he took butter" (B-Re>s^iyt 18:8). {Another apparent cognate of Skt \khaja\ is (Persian, deriving from east Kaukasian idiom) \KhuZ-\ (Khuz-istan -- called the \Kossaioi\ by Hellenes, \Kas^s^u\ in Akkadian -- having its capital at aKHWaZ).}

{Skt \khaja\ is 'churning stick'. This word \KHaJ-\ is apparently cognate with and with \H^aZZa\ (DMWA, p. 275a) 'to transfix', and with (because of the transfixing of the Bombyx mori silkworm's body by the fungal myscelia of Cordyceps militaris : "FBFS", p. 11b) \H^aZZ\ 'silk'.}

"Rain Leader's Junior Wife" (CM&S, p. 128 9:11). [Yu: S^ih C^>ieh : "Her attribute ... is ... a turtle." (Ibid, p. 250)] {The fruiting bodies of Cordyceps militaris extruded from a mummified cadavre of Bombyx mori are repraesented by the "bulging" eyen of mythic king (of S^u) Can-con (HChM, q.v., p. 83).}

But the tortoise-riding goddess is Ayo-pechtli.

25th Jaina naks.atra Elephant-tusk. Jambha ('Tusk') is father of (WL"Jambha 2.a)") Kaya-adhu (\kaya\ 'everyone' + \adhu\ 'stir') : on the occasion when everyone (both deva-s and asura-s) churned, into butter, the Ks.ira-arn.ava ('Milk Ocean'), Kurma ('Turtle') served as pivot.

Yahweh accused (B-Re>s^iyt 18:13-14) S`arah of rudeness when she

"[Alalko-meneus (\Alalkomenios\ = \Maimakterion\ festival sacred to Maimaktes 'boisterous')] was the first man to appear ...,

Cf. Pauran.ik primaeval deity At.t.a-hasa (\at.t.a\ 'boisterous' +

"laughed within herself" (B-Re>s^iyt 18:12).

before the moon ever was" (GM @5.a). {In some mythologies, the moon originateth laughter.}

\hasa\ 'laughter').

"And the men turned their faces from thence, and went toward Sdom" (B-Re>s^iyt 18:22). {Alike unto Tartaros, Sdom is a place for perdition.}

"[OURANOS] ... had thrown his rebellious sons, the [Kuklo-opes] into [Tartaros]" (GM @6.a).

Vaidik 99-armed god URAN.a : cf. 99 known "beautiful names of >al-Lahh" (plus one unknown "beautiful name of >al-Lahh").

"I ... am but dust" (B-Re>s^iyt 18:27).

"But drops ... fell upon Mother Earth, and she bore

"Oh ... not ... be angry ...

the Three [Erinues] ... who avenge ... perjury" (GM @6.a).

{"there were three-legged crows in the suns" (HChM, s.v. "Crow of the Sun", p. 96) :

"the binding song of the [Erinues] ... like a hateful crow she revels" (SLWAD, p. 107).

if I find thirty there." (B-Re>s^iyt 18:30)

the 10 suns having, altogether, 30 legs}

With "elderberry music for the people, ...

"The nymphs of the ash-tree, called [Meliai]" (GM @6.a).

the Star-women {with Sumerian \MuL\ 'star', cf. Hellenic \MeLia\} ...

"Peradventure there shall be twenty found there." (B-Re>s^iyt 18:31) [20 is reckoned as a "score" of items.]

[The Mediterranean ash-tree's trunk is scored vertically to release its sweet sap.]

"twenty armspans wide." (CM&S, p. 235, s.v. "Leaning Tree")

"one sun occupies its topmost branch." (CM&S, p. 128 9:10)

the Humming-bird ...

"I will not destroy it for ten's sake." (B-Re>s^iyt 18:32) {But might destroy a mere nine?}

"Nine suns occupy the lower branches" (CM&S, p. 128 9:10).

soon reached the elderberry tree in the far east, in the place where the Sun gets up." (DWM, p. 89)

"There came two mal>akayim {made of fire + water}; and ... to meet them ...

"Up in Hot[-]water Valley

"awoke to find ... gone ... the fire. Hail and Rain were sent in pursuit" ("MM", p. 333). [hailstones + fire = hot water]

he bowed himself with his face toward the ground" (B-Re>s^iyt 19:1). [to bow is to lean forwardly]

there is the Leaning Mulberry Tree." (CM&S, p. 128 9:10)

"planted the buckeye ... trees" (DWM, p. 204).

"RED BUCKEYE Mainly ... leaning" (TSh&VA, p. 130).

The Titanes (GM @6.a) "released the [Kuklo-opes] from [Tartaros]" (GM @6.b).

"The people of Black[-]tooth Country are black and

Gray Goose-woman hath on her "breast the black marks" (DWM, p. 128). "The Black

"And he said, ... wash your feet" (B-Re>s^iyt 19:2).

"Mother Goose Resembles ... [Aphrodite (later accounted mother of Erot-)]", but [Hesiodos] ... said "[Erot-]'s mother was Tartaros." (BMGC, cap. 4)

Geese asked ... . {Geese. of course, wash their feet by swimming.} ...

Lowt. "did bake unleavened bread {in a oven having flames and smoke}, and

{Latin \LACErTus\ 'lizard' may be the same word as Strong's 3857 \LAHAT.\ 'set on fire, kindle'.}

{"with lizards will I bind it" (MI&Sh, p. 105).}

Lizard saw the flames issuing from the smoke hole in the top of a large assembly house." ("MM", p. 284)

they did eat." (B-Re>s^iyt 19:3)

they eat rice." (CM&S, p. 128 9:9)

"Flute-player (Mouse)" ("MM", p. 284). [mice eat all grains, including rice]

"these men ... came under the shadow of my roof." (B-Re>s^iyt 19:8)

"Flute-player climbed on top of the assembly house." ("MM", p. 285)

"And they ... came near to break the door." (B-Re>s^iyt 19:9)

"Flute-player ... cut ... and thereby entered." ("MM", p. 285)

"But the men put forth their hand, and pulled" (B-Re>s^iyt 19:10).

"Youth Dozen held a calculating device in his right hand {the hand for rendring protection} and

"And they smote the men that were at the door of the house with blindness" (B-Re>s^iyt 19:11).

pointed with his left hand {the hand for rendring affliction} to the north {direction of the Black Warrior}" (CM&S, p. 128 9:8).

"he found the people

asleep." ("MM", p. 285)

"rained ... fire ... out of Heaven." (B-Re>s^iyt 19:24)

"the children which [Rheia] bore : first Hestia" (GM @7.a). ['hearth-fire']

"He filled four flutes with

the fire." ("MM", p. 285)

"behold, he is to thee a covering of the eyes" (B-Re>s^iyt 20:16). [He praevaricated in order to conceal her identity.]

"Hail believed him and departed." ("MM", p. 285) [On account of his crafty praevarication, he was not molested.]

"she departed, and wandered in the wilderness" (B-Re>s^iyt 21:14).

"to pace out the distance from the East Pole to the West Pole." (CM&S, p. 128 9:8)

"proceeded slowly ... when he was nearly home." ("MM", p. 285).

"she cast ... under one of the shrubs" (B-Re>s^iyt 21:15).

"[Rheia], to whom the oak is sacred." (GM @7.a)

"The people in the middle obtained the acorns and the manzanita." ("MM", p. 286)

"she saw a well of water" (B-Re>s^iyt 21:19).

"She found large

frogs" ("MM", p. 287).

"took the knife to slay his son." (B-Re>s^iyt 22:10)

"bit her neck, killing her." ("MM", p. 287)

Merely "by his horns" [a ram's horn (s^owpar) is ritually employed as musical wind-instrument],

"the awls whistled." ("MM", p. 288)

there is "a ram caught in a thicket" (B-Re>s^iyt 22:13).

"Then she jumped on to a tree and bit a limb in two." ("MM", p. 288)

"named in the audience of the sons of" (B-Re>s^iyt 23:16),

"it was Yu: who ordered Youth Dozen" (CM&S, p. 128 9:8).

"Put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thigh." (B-Re>s^iyt 24:2)

As requaested, "walked on Daddy Longlegs' leg." ("MM", p. 289)

"two bracelets for her [viz., Ribqah ('clog for impeding fetlock')] hands" (B-Re>s^iyt 24:22 ).

{"They set out in great fear after the fox, and

"The foxes there have four paws" (CM&S, p. 128 9:7). [paws = hands and feet]

"entered through

the smoke hole." ("MM", p. 290) [cf. having apertures for insertion/entry of hands]

trembling with fright, they came and stood at the mouth of ... the tiger" ("LW--T&F").}

"Green[-]mound Country" (CM&S, p. 128 9:7).

Hari ('Green'; PE, s.v. "Hari V." -- MBh, "Dron.a Parvan" 52:27) is son of Akampana ('Trembling').

"Btuw>el" (B-Re>s^iyt 24:50). [\batt\ 'decision' (DMWA, p. 51b) + \>awl\ 'to revert' (DMWA, p. 44a)] {Despite Indra's decision not to visit Lus`a, nevertheless even when imprisoned Lus`a reverted to importuning Indra to visit him.}

Rheia "bore Zeus ... on Mount [Lukaion (< *\LUS`ai-\)] ..., where no creature casts a shadow and

{Interiors of flying-saucers are always shadowless, according to humans who have visited aboard them. Many such visitors have been unwilling abductees, and some have been long held prisoner therein.}

The son of (M-W:SD, q.v -- Pan~ca-vims`ati Brahman.a) Dhanaka (\dhanaka\ 'coriander'), namely LUS`a (PE, q.v. -- Jaiminiya Brahman.a 1.128), invited Indra ... . But Indra ... put him in prison. Even from the imprison Lus`a prayed to Indra to visit him."

"<es`aw was a cunning hunter" (B-Re>s^iyt 25:27). [cunning hunters are non-violent, thus using hunting-nets instead of sharp weapons]

having bathed him in the river Neda [though cognate with English \net\, nevertheless \nedia\ =

24th Jaina naks.atra Network-of-strung-pearls.

\aithuia\ 'shearwater-bird'] ...; ... he was carried to [Luktos] in [Krete]" (GM @7.b). [One suburb of Luktos is (according to Stephanos of Buzantion) Arsi-noe :

"They are all green and yellow." (CM&S, p. 127 9:6) [praesumably a species of tropical bird fledged with such coloration of plumage]

"lentiles" (B-Re>s^iyt 25:34).

\arsis\ 'raising, elevating' + \noos\ 'mind'. The mind is elevated by way of astronomy made known via telescopy.]

{a lentil is lenticular

(lense-shape); so is the usual flying saucer (its shape intended to remind of astronomy-telescopy)}

[In the Garud.a, Potter's Wheel {disk-shaped, alike unto a lentil} is aequivalent to 23rd Jaina naks.atra.]

"And it came to pass, that ... ... his eyes were dim, so that he could not see" (B-Re>s^iyt 27:1).

23rd Jaina naks.atra Sacred-thread (worn as if a BALDrick, which is named for BALDr, who was shot by a blind archer, Ho,dr).

Once his mother Ribqah had decided on deceiving on his behalf ( B-Re>s^iyt 27:6-10), Ya<qob receipt of <es`aw's share of the inheritance became inevitable.

The infant Zeus was "left to be nursed by [so according to the Orphic theogony (DCM, s.v. "Ananke")] the ash-nymph Adrasteia ['Inevitable'].

"have eight heads ..., and eight tails." (CM&S, p. 127 9:6) [\>atman\ 'eighths' (DMWA, p. 128b) may be cognate with Skt \atman\ 'soul', whose destiny is inevitably praedestined.]

22nd Jaina naks.atra Wedge. [hammering into its crevice with a wedge, will rendre inevitable the splitting of a log of wood]

"a field which Yahweh hath blessed." (B-Re>s^iyt 27:27)

"large enough ... to walk around on ... .

"the Promised Land, flowing with milk and honey."

His food was honey, and he drank ... milk, with Goat-Pan [Aigi-paan]" (GM @7.b).

... another ... so that Coyote might give his children some food.

"between two rivers." (CM&S, p. 127 9:6)

A third stop was made so that Coyote might give the children some water.

7th Heaven, "surrounded [= guarded] by ... the ministering angels." (LB, p. 4)

"By the will of Rhe[i]a a golden dog guarded the goat." (An.Li.:M 36)

{"A cur ... of iron" (MI&Sh, p. 107).}

{living iron hound, together with

...and a fourth and last stop was made ... so that all might rest ... .

In 6th Heaven, "Doors ... separate these celestial chambers" (LB, p. 4).

"[Kronos] ... pursued Zeus, who turned himself into a serpent" (GM @7.c).

living bronze serpent, at 3rd door of peak (Md'O, p. 78).}

At last they arrived at the gate leading into the sky and entered." ("CMPI", p. 39)

"In the fifth heaven, the angel hosts sing" (LB, p. 3).

"in heaven ... the ... [Kouretes] ... shouted" (GM @7.c).

"Sky Cry." (CM&S, p. 127 9:6)

Coyote "fell upon his back groaning. ("CMPI", p. 40)

"the fourth [Heaven] contains the celestial ... Temple, in which Michael ... offers the souls of the pious as sacrifices." (LB, p. 3)

"He [Ku`ksu] jumped on Coyote's belly, which burst with a sound like that of a great explosion." ("CMPI", p. 41)

"in the third [Heaven] manna is made for the pious" (LB, p. 3).

"I will ... make a big ... feast and will call you." ("CMPI", p. 41)

"The planets are fastened to the second of the heavens" (LB, p. 3).

{"Sminthean [Apollon] ([Apollon] of the mice)" (DCM, s.v. "Teucer", p. 440b).}

"The ancient Greeks called Mercury Stilbon, meaning ''the gleaming'' and later called it Apollo when it appeared in the morning sky" (WITCHIPEDIA "Planet Mercury").

"Coyote liberated the four mice ... and told them to run up the centrepole

and along the rafters to where the sun was tied, and gnaw the withe that bound it to the roof." ("CMPI", p. 45).

"Our own earth is called H{.}eled" (LB, p. 4). [Strong's 2465 'transient, short time']

\H^uLD\ (DMWA, p. 294a) 'mole', the Vaidik animal of Rudra ('Howler').

The 2nd Earth "is inhabited by human beings with two heads" (LJ 1:1:17).

"constellations of the Serpent" (GM @7.c).

"Rainbow[-]rainbow land ... . All the people here have two heads." (CM&S, p. 127 9:5)

{Two-headed Rainbow-deities are known in antient Peruvian religious art.}

"Ribqah took the goodly raiment ..., and she put the skins of the kids of goats ... upon the smooth of his neck" (B-Re>s^iyt 27:15-16).

"[KAMPe (KAMPtro-phoros\ = Latin \capsarius\ 'caretaker of clothes of persons in baths')], the old gaoleress" (GM @7.e) : earlier known as Delphune, she is caretaker of the "bearskin" (winter-garment) for Zeus in gaol (Ap:Bi 1).

"After skinning her, he dressed the hide well. ...

He gave the large hide to the older Fawn and the small hide tothe younger ... to run and discover what sort of a sound the hide made when she ran." ("MM", p. 291)

"deprived also of you both in one day?" (B-Re>s^iyt 27:45)

After the retrieval by Aigi-paan from Delphune, Tuphon "tasted of the ephemeral [existing for only a single day] fruits" (Ap:Bi 1).

"There is a flower here with a heavy fragrance which grows in the morning and dies in the evening." (CM&S, p. 127 9:4)

21st Jaina naks.atra Flower-in-bloom.

"ascending and descending" via [hand-holds on] ladder-rungs (B-Re>s^iyt 28:12).

"Zeus ... released ... the Hundred-handed Ones." (GM @7.e)

20th Jaina naks.atra Hand.

"I am with thee, and will keep thee" (B-Re>s^iyt 28:15).

"held a counsel" (GM @7.e).

"refuse to get into quarrels." (CM&S, p. 127 9:4)

"The three Hundred-handed Ones now took up rocks and pelted the remaining [Titanes]" (GM @7.e).

"He threw the stone at Chipmunk, striking him" ("MM", p. 293).

"yaqas. ('awaked') out of his sleep" (B-Re>s^iyt 28:16). [Strong's 3364 = \yaqaz.\ {cognate with \vYAGHra-Pada\} 'to be awake' (DMWA, p. 1298a)]

"they control two large tigers" (CM&S, p. 127 9:4).

Vyaghra-pada ['Tigre-foot'] (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "Anus`asana Parvan" 14:45) is father of Upa-manyu, who

"divine food and drink" (GM @7.e).

{cf. the proverbial tigre-milk}

requaested milk-pudding (PE, s.v. "Upamanyu II."), and even survived on foam of milk, but

"How dreadful is this place!" (B-Re>s^iyt 28:17)

"banished to ... the farthest" (GM @7.e).

fell into a well (PE, s.v. "Ayodhadhaumya 2)").

The stone [which served as pillow (B-Re>s^iyt 28:11) while dreaming,] is anointed with oil (B-Re>s^iyt 28:18).

"the stone ... is still there, constantly anointed with oil" (GM @7.f).

"they ... put the stone again on the well's mouth" (B-Re>s^iyt 29:3). [Thus future wife Rah.el was obstructed (29:6-9).]

"As he departed he rolled a big boulder against the door, so that his wife might not escape." ("MM", p. 293 [N.B. : p. 293 = 29:3])

"kissed Rah.el ['Ewe' (Strong's 7353)]" (B-Re>s^iyt 29:11).

"Laban ... made a feast." (B-Re>s^iyt 29:22)

"a foal to eat" (GM @7.g).

"They eat wild animals" (CM&S, p. 127 9:4).

"She ate only ... which Chipmunk obtained for her." ("MM", p. 295)

"in their belt" (CM&S, p. 127 9:4).

"the porcupine ... he had stuck under his belt." (MT 2.2, pp. 61-62)

"And she [Rah.el {= Athene}] said, behold my maid Bilhah {= Pallant-}[\ballahah\ (Strong's 1091) 'alarm'], go in unto her; and she ... upon ... knees" (B-Re>s^iyt 30:3).

"As a girl she [Athene] killed her playmate, [Pallant-], ... while they were engaged in friendly combat with spear" (GM @8.a). {could "spear" be metaphoric for \penis\?}

""Lift your skirt up high," said he. He went across behind her ... with his penis, pushing it in a little between her legs." (MT 3, pp. 68-69)

"Therefore he shall lie with thee [Le>ah] to night for ... mandrakes." (B-Re>s^iyt 30:15) [The mandrake is an aphrodisiac herb. "The greater plantain ... was also used to treat sexual problems." (Enc. Aphr.)]

"[Medousa {= Le>ah}], the [Gorgon], whom she flayed" (GM @9.a).

"carry a sword" (CM&S, p. 127 9:4). {English \BLade\ made by \BLacksmith\, cf. with \BILHah\ = Eddic \BIL\ sistre of \Hju`ki)}

"he saw something ... killed. So, cutting off a piece" (MT 3, pp. 68-69).

1st Kohen, Yho-yariyb [\YARiyB\, name cognate with Scottish \WARBa-blade\ (SDD, q.v.) 'greater plantain'] (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:7).

"And he lay with her that night." (B-Re>s^iyt 30:16)

Athene (GM @9.a) is a parthenos 'virgin', the word used in the Septuagint to translate \<aLMah\, which is apparently etymologically cognate with Latin \uLMus\ 'elm'.}

"Corpse of Liver Elm" (CM&S, p. 127 9:3)

"He got up, and lay upon the woman, and had connection with her all night" (MT 3, pp. 70-71).

18th-19th Jaina naks.atra Bed (Bedstead made of tree-wood).

Laban ['to become white' (Strong's 3835) as, a sepulchre for a cadavre] lavishly promised (B-Re>s^iyt 30:34) to Ya<qob such goats as might in future years be of such coloration (B-Re>s^iyt 30:32-33) as Ya<qob later induced to be begotten through their genetically-altering likening (via viewing while engendring) their coloration (B-Re>s^iyt 30:37-39).

"stripping ... of ... skin" (GM @9.a).

"The Corpse of Lavish Liken ... .

2nd Kohen, Yda<yah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:7 ) = Strong's 3048, substituting for 3047 Yada< 'gnostic, knower', wherein the reference is to "carnal knowledge" [here (B-Re>s^iyt 30), used in the specific sense of knowledge about manipulation of bodily features via genetics].

"Ya<qob took him rods ...

"The old woman picked up a large stick ... . ...

of the hazel and ches[t]nut tree; and pilled [pealed] white strakes [streaks (strips)] on them" (B-Re>s^iyt 30:37).

And he (Badger 2) went, after having painted his forehead in stripes." (MT 3, pp. 74-75)

"Rah.el had stolen the trapiym that were her father's." (B-Re>s^iyt 31:19) [Each trap is an instance of a "mummified head" (JE, s.v. "teraphim -- In Rabbinical Literature" -- Targum pseudo-Jonathan to Genesis xxxi. 19).]

"[Athene] had a father named Pallas, ... stripping him of his skin {"she discovers her hidden skin, slips into it, and returns to live in the forest as an elephant." (Chadic myth"EAM")} to make her [aigis], and

[\Corpse\, in this sort of context, necessarily signifying a viewable praeserved mummy, with skin as-of-yet intact : the skin is toughest in pachyderms, such as, the elephant] ... and

"In the morning, the woman, having come to life in the [water-]spring, went back to the camp, and staid there. ...

">lohiym ... in a dream ... said ..., "Take heed ... ."" (B-Re>s^iyt 31:24) {"He that hath ears to hear, let him hear."}

of his wings for her own shoulders" (GM @9.a). {cf. Homeric "winge`d words", which it is essential to harken unto.}

big ears." (CM&S, p. 127 9:3) [big ears are most notably characteristic of elephants]

[according to Puran.a] the mountains formerly were elephantine, had wings; and they flew.

So, standing up, he listened." (MT 3, pp. 86-87)

"suffered me not to kiss" (B-Re>s^iyt 31:28). [in effect, snubbed]

3rd Kohen, H.aRiM (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:8) 'snub-nosed'.

" The Country of Big[-]people. Its people are very big.

"so that the Giant would

When Laban overtook his daughter Rah.el, she "sat upon them [viz., the trapiym]. And Laban ... found them not." (B-Re>s^iyt 31:34)

They sit down and

not find ... She sat over the pit" ("MM", p. 295).

"took a stone, and set it up for a pillar." (B-Re>s^iyt 31:45) [the so-called "Watchtower of Witness"]

"getting to the top of the ridge, looked across ... to ... the opposite side. " (MT 3, pp. 88-89).

"he called the name of the place ('double encampment') \Mah.nayim\ (B-Re>s^iyt 32:1).

"They were sitting in a row on a log", and also doubled their location by having adscititiously a "house" (MT 3, pp. 92-93).

At the ford of (B-Re>s^iyt 32:22) the river yaBBOQ [Strong's 950 \BUWQ\ 'empty' (hollow)],

scrape away to make boats." (CM&S, p. 127 9:2) [Any such dug-out canoes are made by charring, and scraping out, the portion hollowed.]

"looking for a limb of a tree, he saw one which was, just right" (MT 3, pp. 92-93).

Skeletal god is reclining on floating tree (CBM, p. 38).

Ya<qob wrestiled a mal>ak, who implored of him, "Let me go, for the day breaketh." (B-Re>s^iyt 32:26)

Athene's father is also known as (GM @9.b) \Iton\ (who, because Itonia is worshipped on [IG 2(7).33] AMoRGos, may be aequated with the Cymry hero AMeRGin, who hath assumed many animal-forms), while her mother is known as Metis, "who turned into many shapes to escape him" (GM @9.c); but he "suddenly opened his mouth and swallowed her" (GM @9.c).

{To have swallowed her, Metis's swallower must have become a wide-mouthed toothless animal, praesumably a frog; just as the husband of ITaRa (cognate with \IToNia\) is said (PE, s.v. "Aitareya II,", p. 19a -- Skanda Puran.a 2:42:28-30) to have been MAN.D.Uki ('son of a frog').} {Dancing-women are swallowed by Toad (CBM, pp. 39-40).}

{According to the Edda, any of the a`lfar who at daybreak remain above ground, forthwith perish, transformed into stone.}

Itonos is also father of another daughter, Io-dama, Athene by allowing "her see the [Gorgon] ..., and so changing her into a block of stone ... in the precint

"the god Lofty" (CM&S, p. 127 9:1). {From atop "a tall {i.e., lofty} tower", "Breogan's son I`th {cognate with \ITonos\} sees ... across the sea" (DCeM, s.v. "Breogan", p. 49a).

{\MANDUa\ is 'woolen cloak' in Liburnian; \LIBuRnia\ (modern-day Croatia) may be cognate with \LIBeRa\ (name of goddess in the lofty (for viewing therefrom, the city across the bay) stone Statue of Liberty).}

<es`aw [the meaning of whose name \< as`awah\ (DMWA, p. 719b) is 'nyctalopia (night-blindness)'] is gifted unto (B-Re>s^iyt 33:11), including with sheep (B-Re>s^iyt 32:14), by Ya<qob .

at night." (GM @9.b) This "sight ... was worked in the goddess' garment" (W"Iodame")[, which would seem to have functioned as a television-receiver. Perhaps thusly overcoming night-blindness, Io-dama surveiled that ultra-Mediterranean-abiding Gorgon].

"this is where the hundred fruit trees are" (CM&S, p. 127 9:1).

{Nigh unto Dodone (site of tree-hollow-residing [Hesiodos] human-voiced [Herodotos] doves) sacred to Titaness Dione, MANDUlos (DCM, s.v. "Mandylus") suffered theft of a "sheep" : but in Hellenic idiom, \melo-\ can (ambiguously) be either 'sheep' or 'fruit'. }

"touched the hollow of his yarek ('thigh')" (B-Re>s^iyt 32:25). [\yarek\ is derived from \wark\ (DMWA, p. 1245b) 'thigh' : apparently cognate with English \irk\ (< Old Norse \yrkja\)]

Thebe's brother (DCM, s.v. "Prometheus", p. 394a) AITNAIos {must have his name cognate with that of AITaREYa, who irked own his father by being reticent (until performing a yajn~a for Hari-medhya), but to whom the latter's daughter was given (PE, s.v. "Aitareya II." -- Skanda Puran.a)}.

"green horses {cf. in Ikaro-Men-[h]ippos ('Vicar's Moon-horse'), ascription of volcanic propulsion to the lunar sphaire of divine dew for Empedo-klees, he sanctifying mt AITNe, even with "returning of a lost horse which had strayed into his subterranean kingdom beneath" (AT&ChT, pp. 66 & 306)}

Hari-medhya must be the same as Hari-medhas ('green intelligence'), whose daughter (the result of a yajn~a ) is 'flag-having' Dhvaja-vati (PE, s.v. "Harimedhas" -- MBh, "Udyoga Parvan" 110:13), and who is mentioned (MBh, "Udyoga Parvan" 109 -- PChR:MBh--UP, p. 328) along with green-haired

"blessed him there." (B-Re>s^iyt 32:29) [with blessing cf. praise]

Itonos (DCM, q.v.) is father of yet another daughter, Khromia ('colorful'), whose progeny (W"Chromia"), by Endumion (DCM, q.v., p. 145b), include Euru-kude ('wide praise').

the look-flesh creature {whose flesh is of a color good to look at}, and ...

Suvarn.a-s`iras ('good-color head') son of (PE, s.v. "`iras") Pingala-varman. 'Tressed-flag' S`ikhin-dhvaja is instructed in Atma-jn~nana ('soul-knowledge') by his own wife {cf. \euru-KUDE\} CUDAla (PE, q.v. -- Yoga-vasis.t.ha 77).

"ran to meet ... and embraced ... and kissed" (B-Re>s^iyt 33:4).

{Whereas the copulatory penetration by each woman by Candra-mas is limited by the cervix of her uterus, the penetration of her by Surya is a complete transfixation, viz., all the way through her body (in via her mouth and out via her anus?).}

{The Keltic year is likewise regularly regarded as composed of 13 months of 28 nights each.} {Likewise, in the Dharma-S`astra-s, the Candra-mas the moon-god is deemed the original husband of every woman, and as occasioning her menstruation.}

The daughter of the Muni Hari-medhas "remained transfixed in the welkin" (MBh, "Udyoga Parvan" 109 -- PChR:MBh--UP, p. 329) in consequence of Surya's injunction establishing a monthly cycle of 28 nights under suzerainty of the moon.

"<e`saw returned ... unto S`<iyR." (B-Re>s^iyt 33:16) [The term for male denizens of this mountain-range is translated in the Septuagint as \Saturoi\.]

{(1st Dibrey Hayyamiym 1:38) "And the sons of S`<iyR; ... Diys^an." [*\Dowt\ = \dayyuwt\ 'cuckold' (DMWA, p. 352a)]}

the sweet-bloom tree." (CM&S, p. 127 9:1) {The male Saturoi enjoy a sweet existence, always pursuing the female Numphai.}

4th Kohen, S`<oRiym '[bearded] barley-corns' (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:8). {referring to Barri (barley-field) tryst with Gerd (W"Barri" -- Skirnis-Mál 39)}

{With person unable to resist maltreatment while enclosed in bag, cf. zombie (person unable to resist being buried alive while paralyzed by puffer-fish = spiny fish in CBM, p. 51).}

{With temple of tobacco-twist (CBM, p. 51), cf. tobacco alleged to be (Yauelmani Yokut origin-myth "BWYYL") dawn-cooling tokho : observed from eagle-nest the Growing Earth for Morning-Star when Wolf shouted.}

{Netted-faced god suffereth foot bitten off (CBM, p. 51) : cf. how (MT 3, pp. pp. 92-93) Badger-Man "pulled off one arm."} {"when the morning-stars sang together, and all the Bney >lohiym shouted for joy" (>iyyowb 38:7).}

"Then Badger-Man spoke." (MT 3, pp. 94-95) Upon "Gwawl the son of Clud" was played "the game of Badger in the Bag" (Gu:M, p. 409).

Ya<qob journeyed on to Sukkowt, where [for the grain-harvest Feast of Booths] he made booths B-Re>s^iyt 33:17). {crennelated shelter with maize-ear atop (CBM, p. 51)}

{\SUKKOWt\ may be reflected in Hellenic \SOKKOs\ 'lasso', which is the meaning (DMWA, p. 374a) of Ribqah's name, and referrimg to the noose of Konduleatis (DCM, s.v. "Condyleatis") at Kaphues in Arkadia.}

"Mound of Sighs." (CM&S, p. 127 9:1) [gaspings by victims being strangled with noose!]

"He ... lived there, hunting only mice." (MT 3, pp. 94-95) "Then he [Manawyddan] noosed the string around the mouse's neck, and ... he was about to draw it up" when a bishop arrived (Gu:M, p. 408). {bishop's miter (?) in CBM, p. 51}

Ya<qob "erected there [in S^alem] an altar, and called it \>el->lohe-Yis`ra>el." (B-Re>s^iyt 33:20). [>el is god of Yis`ra>el]

"legacy jade" (CM&S, p. 127 9:1). [necessary to legitimatize heirship to royal status]

5th Kohen, MALKiyah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:9) : 'kingship' (which must be inherited).

A major calamity occurred (B-Re>s^iyt 34:25) in the time of S^ekem ['shoulder' (Strong's 7928 from \s^kem\ 7926)],

"Loosehair Mound" (CM&S, p. 127 9:1). [head-hair is loosened (onto shoulders) in case of major calamities]

"He had rubbed his hair all over with pitch" (MT 3, pp. 98-99).