Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 10






Pros Hebraious ('[Epistle] To the Hebrews')

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

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

ENGLISH; MYTHIC EVENTS IN ITI-HASA-S AND IN PURAN.A-S





"unto the Son he saith, Thy throne ... is forever and ever" (Pros Hebraious 1:8).

"his fellow-citizens honoured him with a sanctuary" (GM @98.x).



"the heavens ... all shall wax old ... and they shall be changed :

"The vessel in which he sailed ... has been so frequently overhauled and outfitted that



but thou art the same" (Pros Hebraious 1:10-12).

philosophers cite it as a stock instance, when discussion the problem of continuous identity." (GM @98.x)

"The River Link rises here" (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:8).


"Sit on my right hand,

"WHEN [Theseus] succeeded ... on the throne ...,

"Mount Royal[-]house." (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:8)


until I make thine enemies thy footstool?" (Pros Hebraious 1:13)

he reinforced his sovereignty by executing nearly all his opponents" (GM @99.a).



"madest him a little lower than the angeloi" (Pros Hebraious 2:7).

"proved to be a law-abiding ruler" (GM @99.b).



"he is not ashamed to call them brethren." (Pros Hebraious 2:11)

"must approach each family and clan in turn; which he did." (GM @99.b)



"I will declare ... unto my brethren" (Pros Hebraious 2:12).

"The Eleusinians had even declared" (GM @99.b).



"I will put my trust in him." (Pros Hebraious 2:13)

"He ... persuaded most ... to agree with his scheme" (GM @99.b). [they heard his proposal, and responded ardently.]

"Mount Ardent[-]hear." (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:7)



"he forbore to interfere with the laws of private property." (GM @99.c) [allowed owners to keep their property]

"The River Keep contains


"over his own house; whose house are we" (Pros Hebraious 3:6).

"united the suburbs with the city proper" (GM @99.c).



"So I sware" (Pros Hebraious 3:11).

"as he had promised" (GM @99.d).



"the works were finished from the foundation of the world." (Pros Hebraious 4:3)

"became the first king to found a commonwealth" (GM @99.e).



"he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his." (Pros Hebraious 4:10) [when persons cease working, they play games]

"[Theseus] now appointed his father [Poseidon] patron of the Isthmian Games." (GM @99.f) [knocked his father upwards in authority]

knock-father fish" (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:6).


"even to the dividing asunder" (Pros Hebraious 4:12).

"prevailed ... to to settle a long-standing frontier dispute" (GM @99.f).



"that is ... manifest in his sight" (Pros Hebraious 4:13).

"he raised the celebrated column marked ... : 'This is ... !'" (GM @99.f)



"taketh this honour unto himself" (Pros Hebraious 5:4).

"taking the place of honour" (GM @99.f).



"after the order of Melkiy-s.edeq" (Pros Hebraious 5:10). { Melkiy-s.edeq accepted not even so much as a sandal-strap.}

"was covered by the mainsail of the ship" (GM @99.f). {A sail is fastened to the mast with stays, much as a sandal is bound with thongs to a foot.}


Old English rune \Sigel\ 'sail'.

"useth milk" (Pros Hebraious 5:13).}

aMAZones {\MAZ-\ 'teat' (yielding milk)} (GM @100.a).




"asked Euneus [cf. \EUNUch\] to plead his cause." (GM @100.b)

"This bird is by its nature both male and female." (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:6)



Soloon (GM @100.b). ]\soloeides\ = \tholoeides\ 'dome-shaped']

"its back has folds of skin" (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:6). {reminiscent of the stones constituting an archway?}


"not laying again the foundation" (Pros Hebraious 6:1), "once enlightened" (6:4).

"he must found a city and leave behind some of his companions" (GM @100.b).



"if they shall ... renew them again ... they crucify ... afresh" (Pros Hebraious 6:6),

"swore vengeance on [Theseus]." (GM @100.c)



"that which beareth ... is nigh unto cursing; whose end is to be burned." (Pros Hebraious 6:8)

"was routed ... as far as the Temple of the [Erinues {Furies of burning wrath}]." (GM @100.d)



"it was impossible for God to lie" (Pros Hebraious 6:18).

"the armistice, sworn ..., is still commemorated" (GM @100.e).



"we ... who have fled for refuge" (Pros Hebraious 6:18).

"with a few followers escaped to Megara" (GM @100.e).



"both sure and steadfast" (Pros Hebraious 6:19).

"in this sanctuary on two earlier occasions" (GM @100.g).



"returning from the slaughter" (Pros Hebraious 7:1).

"despatched her in grim combat" (GM @100.h).



"Without father" (Pros Hebraious 7:3).

"bastard son" (GM @101.a).



"Consider how great this man was" (Pros Hebraious 7:4).

"He came ... in ... his features ... admirably severe." (GM @101.b)



"was about to make the tabernacle" (Pros Hebraious 8:5).

"built the Temple of Peeping [Aphro-dite]" (GM @101.c).



"the mediator of a better covenant" (Pros Hebraious 8:6).

"converted it to the cult of Artemis" (GM @101.d).



"I took them by the hand to lead them out" (Pros Hebraious 8:9).

"Could we not go away and live together ...?" (GM @101.d)



"my laws ... write them in their hearts" (Pros Hebraious 8:10).

"she ... left a note accusing him" (GM @101.e).



"Now that which ... waxed old is ready to vanish away." (Pros Hebraious 8:13)

"that [Hippo-lutos] might die that very day." (GM @101.f)



"the Kruwbiym of glory shadowing the Mercy Seat" (Pros Hebraious 9:5).

"a huge wave, which overtopped even the [Molourian] Rock" (GM @101.g).



"Which stood only in ...

"from its crest sprang ...

"uses its back to fly" (CM&S, p. 46 3:3:5).


divers washings" (Pros Hebraious 9:10).

spouting water." (GM @101.g)

Mount Sky[-]pool." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:5)



"it was on a branch of this tree" (GM @101.g).

"The river Twig[-]reed rises here" (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:4).


"there must also of necessity be the death of the testator." (Pros Hebraious 9:16)

"[Hippo-lutos] ...was dragged to death" (GM @101.g).



"not entered into the holy places ...; but into Heaven itself" (Pros Hebraious 9:24).

"while the pursuer vanished." (GM @101.g) [praesumably into a praeternatural world]



"as it is appointed unto all men once to die" (Pros Hebraious 9:27).

"by procuring [Adonis]'s death." (GM @101.h)



"Whereof the Ruwah. Qodes^ {feminine} also is a witness" (Pros Hebraious 10:15).

"all [Troizenian] brides henceforth ... dedicate it to him." (GM @101.h)



"Therefore sprang there even ... so many as the stars of the sky in multitude" (Pros Hebraious 11:12).

"The [Troizenians] themselves ... declare that the gods set him among the stars" (GM @101.i).



"confessed that they were strangers nd pilgrims on the Earth." (Pros Hebraious 11:13)

"[Theseus] ... was ... ostracized, and banished" (GM @101.j).



"But now they desire a better country, that is, an Heavenly" (Pros Hebraious 11:16).

"[Hippo-lutos]'s ghost ... begged [Asklepios] to revive his corpse." (GM @101.k)



"Women received their dead raised to life again" (Pros Hebraious 11:35).

"the dead man raised his head from the ground." (GM @101.k)



"seeing we are also compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses" (Pros Hebraious 12:1).

"The Latins relate that Artemis then wrapped [Hippo-lutos] in a thick cloud" (GM @101.l).



"And make straight paths for your feet" (Pros Hebraious 12:13).

"she brought him to her sacred grove" (GM @101.l).



"if so much as touch ..., it shall be ... thrust through with a dart" (Pros Hebraious 12:20).

"which may not be broken, but ... sword against sword" (GM @101.l).



"But ye are come unto mount S.iyown" (Pros Hebraious 12:22).

"There ... he still lives ..., surrounded by sheer precipices." (GM @101.l)



"See that ye refuse him not that speaketh." (Pros Hebraious 12:25)

"begged [Hippo-lutos] to remain ..., but he refused." (GM @101.l)



"For the bodies of those beasts ... are burned" (Pros Hebraious 13:11).

"[Hippo-lutos] dedicated twenty horses to him" (GM @101.m).



"I have written a letter unto you in a few words." (Pros Hebraious 13:20)

"A tablet in [Asklepios]'s Epidaurian sanctuary records" (GM @101.m).



Rahab (Iakobos 2:25) : "she let them down by a cord" (Yhows^uw<a 2:15), much as Paulos was let down in a basket.

"[Peirithoos (\peirinth-\ 'wicker basket')]




the Lapith [\lapizein\ = \surizein\ 'to whistle or hiss'] ...

"Its name is the crouch-chirrup." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:3)


"Behold the horses ...; ...

was the son of Zeus [< *\Dyeu-\ : Skt \Dyau\ 'Sky'] who, disguised as a stallion,

"Its name is the sky-horse." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:3)


we turn about their whole body." (Iakobos 3:3).

coursed around Di[w]a before seducing her." (GM @102.a)

"Mount Horse[-]success." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:3)


"Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you." (Iakobos 4:8)

"boldly turned about to face him; but each was filled with such admiration for the other's ... appearance that ... they swore an oath of everlasting friendship." (GM @102.b)



"Ye also, as lively stones, are built up a spiritual house" (1st Petros 2:5).

"invited all the [Olupians] to his palace" (GM @102.c).



"on the tree" (1st Petros 2:24).

"were seated ... in a vast, tree-shaded



"If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God" (1st Petros 4:11). [oracles are ofttimes located in caves]

cave near by{e}." (GM @102.c)



"turning ... into lasciviousness" (Ioudas 1:4), "and going after strange flesh" (1:7).

"lecherously straddling the nearest women" (GM @102.d).



"These are spots in your feasts of charity ..., feeding themselves without fear :

"more feasters came" (GM @102.c"), "and ran to fill ... from the wine-skins." (GM @102.d)



clouds they are without water" (Ioudas 1:12).

Peiri-thoos's father (GM @102.a) had seduced a female cloud (GM @63.c).



"Raging waves of the ocean, foaming";

"The [Kentauroi]" (GM @102.d). [cf. the Ikhthuo-kentauroi (\ikhthus\ 'fish') : DCM, s.v. "Ichthyocentaurs", p. 227a)]

"Human-fish ... look like the catfish and have four feet.



"and boys." (GM @102.d)

They make a noise like a baby." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:2)


"to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness" (Ioudas 1:13).

"lasted until nightfall" (GM @102.e).




"They surprised [by bursting into the camp of] ... the main Lapith army" (GM @102.f).

"The River Burst[-]burst rises here" (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:2).


"walking after their own lusts" (Ioudas 1:16).

"to draw lots ... when they had won her; and then to carry off another" (GM @103.a).




"outdistanced their pursuers, shaking them off" (GM @103.b). [after being shaken off, the pursuers turned around,

"Its name is the turner. It is good at wheeling around." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:1)



and went back home]

"Mount Go[-]back." (CM&S, p. 45 3:3:1)


"he that came ... by water and blood." (1st Ioannes 5:6) [spoils may be won bloodshed]

"[Enarephoros ('spoils-wearing')]" (GM @103.b). {are such spoils (e.g., jewels) worn on the brow so as to display them?}

"Mount Mass[-]brow" (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:16).


"unto the Elect Lady" (Deutere Ioannes 1:1).

"Why not ... demand [Perse-phone], the wife of [Haides] ...?" (GM @103.c)




"they chose the back way" (GM @103.c).

"you come to Mount Surge." (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:15)


"[Dio-trephes]" (Trite Ioannes 1:9) [\TREPHos-\ = \thremmat-\ 'nursling' (sometimes a euphemism for 'domestic slaves')]

"feigning hospitality ..., ...




the settee ... at once became part of their flesh, so that they could not rise again" (GM @103.c).

"they have scarlet veins." (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:14) {veins are reckoned as part of flesh}


"Behold, Yahweh cometh with ten thousands of his saints" (Ioudas 1:14).

"[Hera-klees], coming at [Euru-stheus]'s command" (GM @103.d).



"And of some have compassion, making a difference [Ioudas 1:22] :

"[Hera-klees] ... recognized them as they stood mutely




stretching out their hands, pleading for his help." (GM @103.d)

"Mount Lake[-]pour." (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:14) {one must employ one's hands in order to pour from a pitcher}



"[Perse-phone] received [Hera-klees] like a brother" (GM @103.d).

"Mount Mother[-]in[-]law[-]pour." (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:13)


And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire {cf. Theseus's "fiery chair" (GM @103.e)};

"[Hera-klees] thereupon grasped [Theseus] by both hands and heaved with gigantic strength until ... he was torn free;

"a dog's tail." (CM&S, p. 44 3:2:12) {in order to accomplish the uprooting of a mandragoras, it is tied to a hound's tail}


hating even the garment spotted by the flesh." (Ioudas 1:23)

but a great part of his flesh remained sticking to the rock" (GM @103.d).