Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 1

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]

{force-fields' (electro-magnetic et alii) interacting at mutual right-angles.}

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

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

one may look to observe a changed scene.}

[many Pacific islanders' myths] 8 trees (or often arrowroot : R&CBCP, p. 41) together uphold the sky. {Cf. "8-Fold Way" in subatomic-particle physics.}

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

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

28th Jaina naks.atra Recumbent Lion.

Total of 3 gods (sun-god, wind-god, death-god) is depicted (on CBM, p. 18 l.r. and on CBM, p. 19 l.r.), along with (CBM, p. 19 l.r.) a pedestal-stage = "Block".

"Three Sky[-]sons Block" (CM&S, p. 135 10:2).

Depicted beside a waterpool is a scene of how

Beside lake Kopa[w]is [< *\S`aPaWI-\ (\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".

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

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

praeceding the lunar event of self-beheaded man walking on the moon (CBM, p. 18, upper registre).

"before even the moon was." (GM @5.a)

27th Jaina naks.atra Striding Elephant.

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

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

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

{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.}

"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" (GM @5.c).

"Hook Sprout" (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.}

"In the sweat [resulting from toil] ... shalt thou eat bread" (B-Re>s^iyt 3:19).

"Next [3rd] came a ... race, who ... ate bread ... .

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

The death-bringing black scorpion is native to Central America.

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

"its people are entirely black" (CM&S, p. 130 9:14).

26th Jaina naks.atra Scorpion.

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

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

Sumerian god E-a = halffish-god Oannes.

These became heroes" (GM @5.e)

"Dark[-]thigh ... people wear clothes made from fish" (CM&S, p. 128 9:12). [Fish-scale armor (worn in State of Wu)]

Matsya ['Fish']-kala (PE, q.v. -- Agni 278) and Vira are among the Girika-putra-s.

Aztec rain-god Tlaloc's main wife is Chalchiuhtl-icue ('Jade Skirt' : jade is somewhat transparent -- cf. noblewomen's translucent skirts in TL-MRJ). But

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

"Rain Leader's

{\Tlaloc\ (< *\LARoK\) is cognate with \LARaK\, the name of a capital-city of the Hapirti (Skt \haputrin\ 'wagtail-bird').}

the tortoise-riding goddess is Ayo-pechtli.

Junior Wife" (CM&S, p. 128 9:11). [Yu: S^ih C^>ieh : "Her attribute ... is ... a turtle." (p. 250)]

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 the Ks.ira-arn.ava ('Milk Sea'), Kurma ('Turtle') served as pivot.

OURANos (GM @6.a).

"Nine suns occupy the lower branches, and

Vaidik 99-armed god URAN.a : cf. 99 known "beautiful names of >al-Lahh", plus

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

one unknown "beautiful name of >al-Lahh".

The commonest black grain-food is black sesame. By the command "Open, Sesame!" a sealed cave openeth (1001 Nights).

"released the [Kuklopes] from [Tartaros] (GM @6.b).

"The people of Black[-]tooch Counry ... eat rice." (CM&S, p. 128 9:9)

"[Rheia], to whom the oak [\DRus\, apparently cognate with \tramp\ and \tread\, both from *\DR-\] is sacred." (GM @7.a)

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

"They set out in great fear after the fox, and trembling with fright, they came and stood at the mouth of ... the tiger" ("LW--T&F").

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

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

One suburb of Luktos is (according to Stephanos of Buzantion) Arsinoe : \arsis\ = (Hesukhios) \zume\ 'yeast' < *\yuma\, cognate with Strong's 3117 \yom\ 'day' [originally, 'shadowless'?].

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

{Interiors of flying-saucers are always shadowless, according to humans who have visited aboard them.}

The son of (M-W:SD, q.v -- Pan~ca-vims`ati Brahman.a) Dhanaka (\dhanaka\ 'coriander'), namely LUS`a (PE, q.v.), even when imprisoned by Indra, kept praying to him [implying that Indra kept him enlightened?].

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

having bathed him in the river Neda [though cognate with English \net\, nevertheless \nedia\ = \aithuia\ 'shearwater-bird'] ...; ... he was carried to [Luktos] in [Krete]" (GM @7.b).

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

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

[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).

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

22nd Jaina naks.atra Wedge. [hammering on it with a wedge, will rendre inevitable the splitting of wood]

"the Promised Land, flowing with [2 rivers, one each of] milk and honey".

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

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

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

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

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).

"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)

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

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).

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

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

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

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

Bilhah [\ballahah\ (Strong's 1091) 'alarm'] (B-Re>s^iyt 30:3).

"with spear" (GM @8.a).

"carry a sword" (CM&S, p. 127 9:4). {English \BLade\ of \BLACKsmith\ : \BiLHah\}

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 related to \elm\.}

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

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

Laban 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 in accordance with similarly-marked rods (B-Re>s^iyt 30:37-39).

"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" [in the specific sense of manipulation of genetics].

"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] ... has ...

">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 elephantine mountains formerly had wings, and they flew.

When Laban overtook his daughter Rah.el, she "sat upon" (B-Re>s^iyt 31:34) the trapiym.

"Its people ... sit down and

3rd Kohen, H.arim (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:8) : repraesenting H.ermown, site of the Sermon on the Mount, where folk sat.

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

Itonos (DCM, q.v.) is father of a daughter, Io-dama, Athene "changing her into a block of stone ... at night." (GM @9.b) [perhaps implying that due to her night-blindness, she tripped on a stumbling-block]

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

4th Kohen, S`<oRiym '[bearded] barley-corns' (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:8).

Ya<qob journeyed on to Sukkowt, where [for the Feast of Booths] he made booths B-Re>s^iyt 33:17).

{\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.}

Ya<qob "erected there [in S^alem] an altar" (B-Re>s^iyt 33:20). [this is sure to have been for charring the bodies of immolated victims]

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.]

5th Kohen, Malkiyah (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:9) : disguised form of name \Molek\, for infant-baptism -- [Pentacostal] with fire [and with the Ruwah. Qades^]

A major calamity occurred (B-Re>s^iyt 34:25) in the time of S^ekem,

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

Dbowrah died at Beth->el (B-Re>s^iyt 35:8).

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

"Mound of Sighs." (CM&S, p. 127 9:1) [Are these sighs on account of bees' perishing?]

Madana-MAn~Cuka (PE, q.v. -- KSS, "Madana-man~cuka Lambaka" 8).

[Dbowrah's name (\dabara\ 'to hatch' : DMWA, p. 312b) is implicative of eggs.]

"suddenly opened his mouth and swallowed her" (GM @9.d).

"Ape Strong, has a human face" (CM&S, p. 124 8:21). {Strong's 6971 \QOWp\ 'monkey' is phonetically similar to 6975 \QOWs.\.}

7th Kohen, Haqqows. (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:10) : for ha-Qows. < \qayd.\ (DMWA, p. 942b) 'eggshell' (bird-eggs being commonly swallowed by praedators 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]

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. [< *\>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\) 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).

"The younger gods, therefore, laugh" (GM @10.b).

"its teeth are serrated." (CM&S, p. 124 8:20) [raucous laughter may disclose crookedness of one's teeth (as in the Maori legend)]

9th Kohen, Yes^uw<a (Dibrey Hayyamiym >alep 24:11) : perhaps for Strong's 5755 <iwwah / <awwa> , intensive from 5735 'to make crooked'. <iwwah is the 9th Megha ('Cloud[-layer above mt Meru]').

"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, from *\Dowt\ = \dayyuwt\ 'cuckold' (DMWA, p. 352a); or else perhaps related with \dutuwr\ 'be forgotten' (DMWA, p. 313b)] {otherwise, \Dotan\ = Strong's 1773 \dyow\ 'ink' + 8565 \tan\ 'dragon'}

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)]

"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 '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)}

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)