Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 1.3

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


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

MYTHIC EVENTS IN ITI-HASA-S AND IN PURAN.A-S; JAINA NAKS.ATRA-S [backwards sequence]; KOHENIYM [forwards sequence]

{A deluge occurred in Aonia during the reign of Ogugos (DCM, s.v. "Ogygus 1", p. 327a).}

6th Kohen, MiYaMiyn (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:9) : expanded form of \MaYiyM\ 'waters'.

who was then cohabiting with (B-Re>s^iyt 34:26) the abducted Diynah.

{This Ogugos had married THEbe [< *\Dheba\, cognate with English \dap\ 'to skip a hurled flat stone on the surface of water'] the daughter of Io-dama (DCM, q.v.).}

"Ape Strong, has a human face" (CM&S, p. 124 8:21). {Strong's 6971 \QOWP\ 'monkey' = (in 1001 Nights) mt \QAF\ encircling world : cf. city-wall of THEBai}

"Tadpole-Man ... stole all the songs. Then they ... being unable to remember the songs, ceased." (MT 3, pp. 102-103) {Tadpole = Ogugos; forgetfulness = waters of deluge}

"said unto his household ..., ... change your garments " (B-Re>s^iyt 35:2). "And ... hid them under the terebinth" (35:4).

"Bluejay-Man ... wished to put on feather ornaments. Then his grandmother put on him her pubic hair as feathers." (MT 3, pp. 102-103)

DBowRah died at Beth->el (B-Re>s^iyt 35:8). [\DBiyR\ (Strong's 1687) 'oracle']

"having coaxed [Metis {< *\MACi-\}] ..., Zeus" -- "he claimed afterwards that she gave him counsel" --

"His ear ornaments [hearing-aids for understanding oracles?]

Madana-MAn~Cuka (PE, q.v. -- KSS, "Madana-man~cuka Lambaka" 8). (man~ca-man.d.apa = ex cathedra)

[Dbowrah's name (\dubr\ 'rump, buttocks' : DMWA, p. 312b) maybe implicative of where (instead of hand) her Pythoness-oracle demandeth to be kissed by seeker of prophecy.]

"suddenly opened his mouth and swallowed her" (GM @9.d). [cf. (DMWA, p. 1033b) 'to swallow up' \lahima\, cognate with \>lohiym\ (Strong's 430) 'god']

are two green snakes." (CM&S, p. 124 8:21)

7th Kohen, Haq-Qows. (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:10) : ha-Qows. < \qayd.\ (DMWA, p. 942b) 'eggshell' (bird-eggs being commonly swallowed by snakes without breaking the shell)

>allown-bakuwt (Strong's 439) 'terebinth of weeping' [for the defunct] (B-Re>s^iyt 35:8).

"Fates [Moirai] ..., [who praedestine death for mortals, and]

"there is a green animal {animal-guise of the yaks.a (tree-spirit) of the terebinth?} there ...; its name is net-net." (CM&S, p. 124 8:20) {Highland Maya 'Net' is aequivalent to lowland Maya 'Ripe' (death destined at ripe old age?)}

8th Kohen, >Biyah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:10); distortion of Strong's 178 \>owB\ (\obiya\ in Akan) putative 'communication with the dead' (more actually with their quondam spirit-guides) via mediumship.

"And the >eres. [<arabiy \>erez.\ 'Earth', cognate with \Erebos\] which I gave" (B-Re>s^iyt 35:12) [, after obtaining it as plunder from the broken-into "house of" [actually, bedroom of] (B-Re>s^iyt 34:26) S^ekem].

whom [Erebos] begot" (GM @10.a).

{[Norse saga] Erp (cognate with \Erebos\), with hand helping foot, broke into a king's bedroom.}

17th Jaina naks.atra Broken Outer Wall.

"And ['Laughter'] gave up the ghost" (B-Re>s^iyt 35:29). [implying that his ghost was witnessed departing out of his material body]

"The younger gods, therefore, laugh" (GM @10.b). [raucous laughter may disclose crookedness of one's teeth (as in the Maori legend of abducting a sleeping chieftain; cf. Muh.ammad's commanding the murder of sleeping hosts by their treacherous guests)]

"its teeth are serrated." (CM&S, p. 124 8:20) [These are the teeth (growing in forward-moving rows) of a shark : the shark-clan is that whereof Muh.ammad was a membre.]

9th Kohen, Yes^uw<a (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:11). ["For precept must be upon precept ..., Line upon line" (Ys^a<yah 28:10). "For with la<ag ['stammering'] ... He will speak" (Ys^a<yah 28:11). However, \LawA<iJ\ is (DMWA, p. 1020a) 'ardent love'.

"more than they might dwell together, and the land which they were in could not bear them" (B-Re>s^iyt 36:7).

"Up in a valley squeezed between ..." (CM&S, p. 124 8:19).

10th Kohen, S^kan-yahuw (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:11) : likely substituted for S^kiynah, viz., goddess MaT.ROniyt, cognate with Hellenic \TURos\ 'cheese', praepared by squeezing whey out of the curds.

"died ... died ... died ... died ... died ... ." (B-Re>s^iyt 36:34-38).

"Zeus himself is subject to the Fates" (GM @10.c).

"Fates are worshipped, those of ... Death." (GM @10.d)

"Queens lie buried" (CM&S, p. 124 8:18).

11th Kohen, >eli-yas^iyb (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:12) : possibly for Strong's 3430 Yis^bow B-NoB 'Resider in Fruit', aequivalent to E`ireish goddess BaNBa, met at (DCeM, s.v. "Banb", p. 29b) Sliab Mis, site of (DCeM, s.v. "Sliab Mis 1") black hound, cf. "black bitches that follow" (GM @168.n) witch-goddess Hekate.

"and these ... came of <e`saw" (B-Re>s^iyt 36:40)[, who (<e`saw) had partaken of "pottage lentils"(B-Re>s^iyt 25:34)].

"on the island of [Kuthera : Ionian \kuthre\ and Dorian \kuthra\ are aequivalents to Attic \khutra\ 'pipkin-pot (for pulse-legumes)']; but

"Forest of Plants ... .

finding this only a small island" (GM @11.a).

It forms an islet" (CM&S, p. 124 8:17).

"my sheaf arose, and also stood upright" (B-Re>s^iyt 37:7).

{Papaya-plants grow as tall as regular trees,

"flowers sprang from the soil wherever

"These trees grow ... tall,

12th Kohen, Yaqiym (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:12) : Strong's 3356 'Will Raise Up'.

16th Jaina naks.atra Flag (hoisted on upright pole).

but have no branches. Their sap is useful for tenderizing meat.}

she [Aphro-dite] trod." (GM @11.a) [Aphro-dite is the tenderest of goddesses,

but they have no branches." (CM&S, p. 124 8:16)

fleeing a slight wound.]

13th Kohen, Huppah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:13) [\hafiyf\ 'to touch lightly' (DMWA, p. 1207a)]

She "eventually took up residence at ... the principal seat of her worship." (GM @11.a)

14th Kohen, Yes^eb->ab (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:13) [Strong's 3427 \yas^ab\ 'to dwell, inhabit, settle down']

"behold, ... the eleven stars made obeisance" (B-Re>s^iyt 37:9). {This "obeisance" by stars could involve their fading at dawn.}

"One girl kneels alone {this kneeling perhaps being in prayer at dawn} and

15th Kohen, BiLgah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:14). [\BuLuwj\ 'to dawn' (DMWA, p. 87b)]

Dotayin [Strong's 1886] (B-Re>s^iyt 37:17). [>aramaic dual] {\DOTAN\ = Strong's 1773 \DyOW\ 'ink' + 8565 \TAN\ 'dragon' (in the sea) : "If all the seas were ink ... ."}

leans against a tree

16th Kohen, >immer (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:14). [\>immar\ 'simple-minded, stupid' (DMWA, p. 33b)] {Maha-yana dars`ana's origin-myth : Having emerged from an arjuna-tree, Naga-arjuna acquired from naga-loka ('dragon-world') the incohaerent book Prajn~a-paramita (which only a fool would deem litterally meaningful) :

"coat of many colors" (B-Re>s^iyt 37:23).

"At Paphos, the Seasons, daughters of Themis, hastened to clothe ... her." (GM @11.a)

for [in one sense, the silk-caterpillar's product, which can be made into clothes]

mediaeval European royal-court wise "fools" therefore commonly wear multicolored attire.}

"she sprang from the foam which gathered" (GM @11.b). [ectoplasm can appear foamy]

retched-up silk." (CM&S, p. 124 8:15) [in another sense, ectoplasm is commonly retched-up]

Kan<an woman S^uw<ah ["halloo for help" : Strong's 7768; viz., \shriek\; also the name of a species of bird] (B-Re>s^iyt 38:2).

"all agree that she takes to the air accompanied by doves and sparrows." (GM @11.b)

"Big[-]heel country." (CM&S, p. 123 8:14) {with Hellenic \pterne\ 'heel', cf. Hellenic \pternis\ 'hawk'}

Tamar [Strong's 8558] 'palm-tree' (B-Re>s^iyt 38:6) : this type of tree can grow to a considerable stature, rendring coconuts difficult to reach.

Hera was "born on the island of Samos" (GM @12.a). [\samos\ "was an old word signifying a height" (Strabon 8.3.19, 10.2.17).]

"Country of Tiptoe[-]heel" (CM&S, p. 123 8:14). [one may need at least stand on one's tiptoes in order to reach up to a adequate height, if one cannot reach high enough with one's heels flat on the floor]

<er (B-Re>s^iyt 38:7) [said to have died (wherefore, his wife is acquired by his father Yhuwdah : 38:18)]

{Armenios's son Er underwent nigh-death experience (is accounted as if dead, though alive).}

"And she arose, and went away" (B-Re>s^iyt 38:19) : viz., she goes on with her widowhood.

"The Goes[-]on [Hsu:n (CM&S, p. 225)] Tree is a thousand leagues tall. ... This tree grows in

15th Jaina naks.atra Vardhamana-ka 'growth-amulet' [< *\waldh-\ > English \wold\ 'forest']

"a tree with golden" fruit (GM @12.b).

the northwest." (CM&S, p. 123 8:13) {Kun-lun [HChM, q.v., p. 160] "in the northwest" is abode of queen Xi-wan-mu [HChM, q.v., p. 220] of "peaches" [ibid., p. 221].}

water-spring of Kanathos (GM @12.b). [\kanathron\ 'wicker carriage']

17th Kohen, H.eziyr (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:15). [\h^ayzuran\ 'rattan' (DMWA, p. 275a)]

"whose are these, the signet" (B-Re>s^iyt 38:25). [a signet (often used as setting in a finger-ring) is capable of producing a sharply-defined impression]

"Sharp[-]ribbon Country." (CM&S, p. 123 8:12)

18th Kohen, (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:15). [\fis.s.\ (pl. \fus.uws.\) 'stone of a [finger-]ring' (DMWA, p. 837a)]

"upon his hand a scarlet thread" (B-Re>s^iyt 38:28).

"The Country of Clutch[-]ribbon" (CM&S, p. 123 8:12).

"he left his garment in her hand" (B-Re>s^iyt 39:12). [she had been seeking sexual intercourse with him, perhaps intending to become impraegnated]

Hera "touched a certain flower, and ... touched a lettuce" (GM @12.c). [these plants she touched so as to become impraegnated by them]

"were bound in the prison." (B-Re>s^iyt 40:5)

"imprisoned ... with arms folded about" (GM @12.c).

"all manner of bakemeats" (B-Re>s^iyt 40:17).

19th Kohen, Ptat-yah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:16). [\fatiyt\ 'crumbled bread']

"dreamed : and, behold,

"the country of the Mountain of Rocks That Yu: Piled Up ... . {may referr to chisel-glyph MR ('pyramid') wherewithin the king's mummy sleepeth-and-dreameth}

he stood by the river." (B-Re>s^iyt 41:1).

"forcing ... by the River Styx" for Hera to swear

That is where the waters of the Great River flow in." (CM&S, p. 123 8:11)

(Strong's 621) \>asnat\ (B-Re>s^iyt 41:45).

while she was seated "in a mechanical chair" (GM @12.c).

{with \>asnat\, cf. Skt \asana\ 'seat'}

"bowed down themselves before him with their faces to the earth." (B-Re>s^iyt 42:6)

"[mt Olumpos]" (GM @13.a). [this name \[W]OLUmPos\ is cognate with the name of Latin goddess VOLUPia (mentoned in Varro:LL 5:34:45), whereas Volustana = Kambounioi (\kamballe\ 'fawning droop').

{all these mountains are difficult to climb} ...


"And they laded [loaded (as if with a ton)] ..." (B-Re>s^iyt 42:26).

ton Forest" (CM&S, p. 123 8:10).

When his mother [Rheia] ... turned into a menacing serpent, ... Zeus ... became a male serpent" (GM @13.a).

"a green snake, and ... a yellow snake." (CM&S, p. 123 8:10)

"Boast Father ... longed to drink ..., so Boast Father went ... to drink from Big Marsh." (CM&S, p. 123 8:9) [was he drinking in order to allay hiccoughs?]

20th Kohen, Y-h.ezqe>l (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:16). [\h.azuwqah\ 'hiccoughs' (DMWA, p. 203b)]

"spake roughly to us" (B-Re>s^iyt 42:30).

"He could not move. He threatened ... death,

"he fell ... on the way and he died.

but they had placed his thunderbolt out of reach" (GM @13.c).

He abandoned his stick there" (CM&S, p. 123 8:9).

21st Kohen, Yakiyn (the name of a personified pilastre)

"Hereby shall I know" (B-Re>s^iyt 42:33).

['He Will Establish' (Strong's 3199)] (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:17).

"The other deities were vexed ... for all her piteous cries." (GM @13.c)

"they grasp their own ears with both hands." (CM&S, p. 123 8:8) [indicating that they are vexed with that which they must hear?]

"every man's bundle of money was in his sack" (B-Re>s^iyt 42:35).

22nd Kohen, Gamuwl ['Rewarded' (Strong's 1577)] (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:17).

mt KULLene (GM @14.a). [\kullainein\ 'to hang down limp']

Kaula goddess Kuru-KULLa.

23rd Kohen, Dlayah [\dallah\ 'something dangling' (Strong's 1803)] (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:18).

14th Jaina naks.atra Weighing-scale (with weighing-pans hanging down), which figure is

Initially, Yis`ra>el was so lacking courage [gutless] as not to send his youngest son (B-Re>s^iyt 42:38).

Letoi (GM @14.a) : \let-\ signifying \'taking out the entrails'.

"No[-]gut ... people have no gut." (CM&S, p. 123 8:7)

"take of the best fruits in the land" (B-Re>s^iyt 43:11).

Semele (< *\Temela\ : Skt \tamala\ 'Xanthochymus pictorius', also known as "yellow mangosteen, eggtree, gamboge tree, sour mangosteen, Himalayan garcinia and false mangosteen", besides gourka = gurkha [the Gurkha of Nepal being a survival of the Ajivika dars`ana]) required that

"Its people go about with one hand raised." (CM&S, p. 123 8:6) {Cf. how Maha-vira, together with Go-s`ala Mankhali-putra, "Outside the town Kummagama [Kurma-grama] met the ascetic Vesiyayan.a [Vais`ya-ayan.a] sitting with upraised arms and upturned face" ("HGM", p. 3).}

described in the Garud.a as a Potter's wheel -- most likely that of ("HGM", p. 4) the pottery-making woman Hala-ahala, with whom resided [as "walk-in"] the true nature-spirit of Udaya Kun.d.iya-ayan.iya, who

"Then they rent [rended] their clothes" (B-Re>s^iyt 44:13). [tore open their clothing so as to disclose their bodies underneath]

Zeus reveal "his true nature and form." (GM @14.c)

"The Country of Deepset[-]eyes (CM&S, p. 123 8:6). [eyen of 2nd sight, capable of perceiving subtle bodies?]

now occupied the material body formerly resided in by ("HGM", p. 5) Go-s`ala Mankhali-putra.

"I am Yowsep; doth my father yet live?" (B-Re>s^iyt 45:3)

"hatched from the world-egg [of eggtree?]" (GM @15.a). {Nas.uray "Egg-of-Life of the Great Father"]

"a snake which is a mottled colour" (CM&S, p. 123 8:5).

{"there was a rainbow ... in sight like unto an emerald." (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 4:3)}

"son of [Irid- 'Rainbow']" (GM @15.b).

"had ... a snake's body which was green." (CM&S, p. 121 8:5) [translucent green?]

"For these two" (B-Re>s^iyt 45:6).

Amphi-trite ['Both Thirds'] (GM @16.b).

"take ye wagons"(B-Re>s^iyt 45:19). [Strong's 7393 \ReKeB\ 'wagon' is the source of Strong's 755 \>RKuBah\ 'knee']

"when he saw the wagons ...,

"Their knees turn backwards so that their foot sticks

the spirit [or 'breath' or 'air'] of Ya<qob ... revived." (B-Re>s^iyt 45:27)

up in the air." (CM&S, p. 121 8:4)

"It is enough; ... I will ... see" (B-Re>s^iyt 45:28).

"The Country of One[-]eye" (CM&S, p. 121 8:3).

"shall put his hand upon thine eyes." (B-Re>s^iyt 46:4)

"set right in the middle of their face, ... they have hands and feet." (CM&S, p. 121 8:3)

"His [Ya<qob's] sons" (B-Re>s^iyt 46:7) : the sons of Ya<qob are twelve in number, as named in 46:8-14; one of them, S^im<own, having six sons (B-Re>s^iyt 46:10) .

"monster with six heads and twelve feet" (GM @16.b).

"their flocks, their herds,

24th Kohen, Ma<az-yah [\ma<<az\ 'goatherd' (DMWA, p. 1073b).] (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:18).

all that they have." (B-Re>s^iyt 46:32)

{\ABaQ\ is, in Maya languages, a very large numeral, such as often to imply 'all'.}

"The deity ... is named Torch ['torch' (SE/HD, q.v.) \>BuwQah\] Shade." (CM&S, p. 121 8:2)

"And Yis`ra>el dwelt ... in the country of [Strong's 1657] Gos^en" (B-Re>s^iyt 47:27).

{Bon religion's founder GS^EN-rab Mi-po.}

When on his deathbed ("sick" : B-Re>s^iyt 48:1), Ya<qob "refused" to bless Mnas^s^eh ['Causing to Forget' : Strong's 4519] (B-Re>s^iyt 48:19).

{Church-bells are tolled after a death, apparently to assist the defunct's guardian-angel to restore memory to the defunct post-mortem.}

"Mount Bell" (CM&S, p. 121 8:2). [In the colloquialism, to "ring a bell" (as figure-of-speech) is to "restore a memory".]

"he gathered up his feet into the bed" (B-Re>s^iyt 49:33). [REGeL (cognate with \RAHULa\) 'foot' (Strong's 7272)]

Rahula was instructed by his father S`akya-muni, "wash my feet." (WL"Rahula 3c)" -- Maha- Prajn~a-paramita S`astra)

"when the South Wind blows ... " (GM @16.c).

"When he blows it is winter" (CM&S, p. 121 8:2).

Poseidon also disputed Troizen [a city also known as \Truzen\ : \Truzein\ 'to make the call \ololugon\ (by a male "tree-frog")'] with Athene (GM @16.e).

{Placed upon "mirror", change into "tree-frogs" (LDE 3.1, p. 12a).

"Froggie" unpacketh "mirror" from

>AT.AD ['Buckthorn' (Strong's 329)] (B-Re>s^iyt 50:11).

NAXOS was unsuccessfully claimed (from Dio-nusos) by Poseidon (GM @16.e). [To NAXOS fled

Su-NAKS.Atra is an iccha-antika son (often contrasted with the orthodox son, Rahula) of S`akya-muni the buddha.

DAMAsi-khthon's brother Promethos (DCM, q.v. -- Pausanias 7:3:3), both of them sons of KoDRos king of Kolophon.]

13th Jaina naks.atra Drops-of-blood, which must be those out of the body of Vapus.mant (PE, q.v. -- Markan.d.eya 133), extracted by DAMA the son of Sam-KRanDana. Vapus.mant is

"embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin" (B-Re>s^iyt 50:26).

Poseidon "caused the Argive river of LeRNa [\LaRNak-\ 'box'] to flow perpetually." (GM @16.e)

"box" ("FH--K" -- UTOKT, pp. 112-125).}

{"Full fathom five thy father lies; his bones are coral made." (Shakespeare : Tempest)}

described (WL"Vidruma--Purana" -- Varaha 87) as ruler of the mountain Vidruma ('Coral', in Kus`a Dvipa), whence the term "Coral-Bead" (Garud.a for this naks.atra-figure.

"his judges' streams ... now never flow in summer." (GM @16.e)

"when he calls out it is summer." (CM&S, p. 121 8:2)