Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 14



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


"the turkey as the “Blue Long-tailed King of the Birds” that came every day and ate the Muskogee people during their eastward migration" (CM&LCI, p. 33).

"dreamed that ..., snatched his sceptre {cf. "scepter dating between 1230 and 1050 BC (LC III) ... topped with two birds of prey" (C-ABI, p. 66)} ..., which overshadowed the entire land" (GM @113.n).

"There is a bird ... which ... has ... six tails, and it is good at ... mocking" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:22). {Dreams are said to be "mocking" our waking-experience.}

"the serpent-haired,

"Flying fox braided fur cord used as currency in the Loyalty Islands" (W"Pteropus -- In Culture").

dog-headed, bat-winged [Erinues] appeared" (GM @114.a). {the most nearly canine-headed of bats are the so-called "flying foxes"} They kept a continuous watch over [W]orestes.

Bidayuh : "like the flying fox flying ..., ... let ... the sickness fly" (HTS, p. 282).

"[Elektra] ... was now nursing the afflicted [Worestes]" (GM @114.c). [\elektron\ 'amber (a tree-resin)']

Penan : "Bale Marau, spirit of the rainbow, ...

Make a wall of resin" (HTS, p. 289 8.1).

"should be stoned" (GM @114.d). [when struck, stones may make a combination of sounds]

"the bawler ... makes a noise like all the sounds put together." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:22)

"they should first punish ... cowardice" (GM @114.e).

"the River Brave runs on" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:22).

"The Chekilli legend ... : ... the Earth opened in the West, ... and the Cussetaws {Kasihta} came out ... . ... "

"towards the west, is the place where the sun sets ... .

At first they perceived a red smoke, and then ... a great fire which blazed upward,

"was just about to set ... alight ... fire, when [Apollon] providentially appeared" (GM @114.f).

The deity Red Glare presides over this place." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:21)

"on the marble navel-stone" (GM @114.g).

"abundance of green male-yellow" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:21).

"While the Erinnyes were still fast asleep," (GM @114.g)

"Supernatural powers must appear to the would-be shaman in a dream ... .

"[Worestes] ... soon lost his wits" (GM @114.h).

Once summoned, he typically suffers madness" (HTS, p. 285).

"He wandered far ..., pursued by the tireless Erinnyes and constantly purified with both with the blood of pigs and with running water" GM @114.h).

Ipili : "she saw the flying fox stopper (deke). She removed the stopper, and there was a flood." ("S&RI", p. 45) -- Her brother "created ditches ... so that the pig could eat worms" ("S&RI", p. 46).

"an unwrought stone, named the stone of ... the Reliver" (GM @114.i).

"numerous collar-short jades" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:21).

"he bit off a finger to placate these black goddesses" (GM @114.j).

Foi : An unmarried daughter's 2 fingers were bitten off by a pig ("HV&M", pp. 19 & 21); a man amputated 2 of his own fingers (ibid., p. 24).

"woman was no more than the inert furrow into which the husbandman cast his seed" (GM @114.n).

"The deity Bedrush Harvest" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:21).

"to let fall a drop of their own heart's blood which would ... blight the crops." (GM @115.a)

"Mount Glaze." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:21)

"altars proper to Underworld deities should be theirs" (GM @115.a). [residencies in the Netherworld are of lengthy duration]

"in truth the great god Long River." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

and made this singing noise. ...

"soothed their anger" (GM @115.a).

"knows how to sing and dance." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

They had taken and saved some of the fire from the mountain" (MR, p. 24).

"a torchlight procession" (GM @115.b).

The Erinues "are called Eumenides ... where none may enter their ancient grove" (GM @115.c).

"Indian flying foxes ... in a huge banyan tree ... seek protection from a God named Muni" ("SFFI"). Goddess Muni is mother of (Agni 19 -- PE, s.v. "Muni I.", p. 509a) the Yaks.a[-]s (tree-deities). The flying Muni-s who associate with Vata (R.c Veda 136:6 -- W"Muniandi -- Reference in R.c Veda") may somewhat be aequivalent to Eddic Munin the flying pet of

"wear no more terrible an aspect" (GM @115.d).

"has no face and no eyes." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

O`dinn (O.H.G. Wuotan : cognate with Skt \Vata\) the Twi-blindi ('twice-blind').

"for the hearing of ... trials" (GM @115.d). [evidence adduced in court-trials is ofttimes muddled]

"He is Muddle Thick [\Hun Tun\]." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

"At length they took a motherless child, and struck it against the pole; and thus killed the child." (MR, p. 25)

"they ... nail his severed head to a cross" (GM @116.b).

"the sacred fire, welling up from [Tartaros}, ... burns" (GM @116.b).

"cinnabar fire." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

"After this ..., they came to a white footpath. The grass and everything around it were white" (MR, p. 26).

"This temple is ... approached by ... steps; its altar of white marble" (GM @116.b).

"The Cussitaws digged a pit and stretched over it a net made of hickory-bark." (MR, p. 27)

"Taurian Artemis has ... titles : ... Artemis [Diktunne]" (GM @116.c). [\diktus\ 'net']

Then they enticed, into this ambuscade, the "lion" (MR, p. 27), viz., cougar.

"The Taurians ... addressed her as [Orsi-lokhe]" (GM @116.d). [\orsi-\ 'stirring' + \lokhos\ 'ambush']

"There were “stout little people” who were about eight inches tall and yellow in color. ... And there were

"looks like a yellow sack." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

not seen little people,” who were about twelve inches tall, invisible" (CM&LCI, p. 35).

"they hid in a sea-cave." (GM @116.e)

"Now, Iphi-geneia had been ... wrapped in a cloud, and wafted" (GM @116.d).

"to be cleansed in the sea, and offer ... a torchlight" (GM @116.f).

"into Hot[-]water Valley." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

"the home of [Khruses 'golden']" (GM @116.h).

"It has a great amount of gold" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20).

"His bones, however, they keep to this day; one one side they are red, on the other, blue." (MR, p. 27)

"he himself died ..., his bones being later transferred" (GM @116.k).

Cherokee myth : "the sun long ago grew jealous ... because the people of Earth always looked at her with twisted-up faces" ("FF5D").

"[Astrabakos] ... driven mad at the sight" (GM @116.l). [\a-strabes\ 'untwisted'] {By means of Condor-man's twisting a woman's hair, "The sky

turns darker." (ANS&P, p. 15)}

"Mount Sky." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:20)

"They came to ... Whooping-creek, so called from the whooping of cranes" (MR, p. 28).

"she chides the floggers : 'Harder, harder! ...'"" (GM @116.m) [Such chiding is a sort of whooping.]

"the Pachucolas gave them black drink, as a sign of friendship" (MR, p. 29).

"[Worestes] ended the feud" (GM @117.a).

Creek myth : "Twisted Thunder" is a "Great Yellow Snake" (CM&LCI, p. 34).

"[Worestes] ... died of a snake bite" (GM @117.c).

"There are piles of serpents" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:19).

"stroke rings upon stroke" (GM @117.d).

"a noise that is usually like a bell and stone chimes." (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:19)

Likhant- ['licking' : cf. 'tongue-lashing" = 'cursing'] stole from a smith while acting as that smith's guest (GM @117.e).

"The deity Old Child" (CM&S, p. 26 2:3:19). {cf. the Kumara-adi brethren, who appear to be young boys, though they are really primaeval antients.}

The Sanaka-adi brethren cursed two doorkeepers (Jaya and Vi-jaya) for not admitting them (Bhagavata Upa-puran.a 7 -- PE, s.v. "Jaya XI.").

"Chief-of-Deer was described as a small deer ... only about two or three inches tall" (CM&LCI, p. 36).

From mt Olumpos, "[ATe] was sent hurtling down to earth." (GM @118.e) {She fell, in effect, "from out of the blue".} [Cognately-named Goddess \AyaTi\ (PE, q.v.) gave birth to Pran.a 'breath'.]

"Mount Blue[-]roan[-]horse." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:19) {"mares often turn their hind-quarters to the wind and breed" (GM @1.a, cf. @48.2) : they are breathed upon by Boreas}

{The (praesumably) heavenly-caerulean (blue) realm whence was hurled goddess Ate might be aequivalent to (PE, q.v.) mt Nila-giri ('blue mountain').}

Florida Mikasuki : "With its sharp breast this ... tears up the earth, making a deep furrow." (CM&LCI, p. 34)

"spear-sceptre ... lying buried ... on the frontier" (GM @118.f). [a frontier-boundary is a sharp division between states]

"Tall Man, as described

by the Oklahoma Seminoles, ... was ... covered with gray hair. He ... was reported to have a penetrating odor like the smell of a “stagnant muddy pond.”72" (CM&LCI, p. 35)

"There is an animal ... which ... has a white body ...; its long hair is like a reed raincoat. {Heavy rainfall may make for muddy ponds wherein reeds can flourish.}

Heroine Galanthis (or Galinthias) {'weasel'} overcame a difficulty hindring the parturition of infant Hera-klees (GM @118.g).

Its name is the proud[-]prowl." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:18)

Gopika Nila (PE, s.v. "Nila II.") became excessively "proud", until "she stood with her legs parted" : this stance may be intended for parturition.

"A profound knowledge of augury led him especially to welcome the appearance of vultures" (GM @119.i).

"Three green birds" (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:18).

"had begotten ... : ... [Prokris {\PROKRIs\ is cognate with Skt \PRAKR.tI\}], the eldest [daughter of king Thespios],

"a place where frequent weird rainstorms ... come from." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:17)

"Prakr.ti ... brings rain ... . ...

bearing him the twins [Anti-leon {'against-the-lion'}]" (GM @120.b).

Her divine vehicle (Vahana) is either lion or tiger" (KK"GD").

"blocked up the two tunnels ... through which the river [Kephissos] emptied" (GM @121.d).

"The deity Long[-]river Doubt lives here." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:17)

"the gods had not punished ... ill-treatment of ... heralds ... [by] ... the Nose-docker." (GM @121.e) [These noses must have been treated as if tallies counted in honor of that Nose-docker.]

"Mount Tally[-]honour." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:17)

"After many years spent recovering his former prosperity, he found himself rich indeed" (GM @121.f).

"It is effective against misfortune." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:16)

"A[-]zeus too." (GM @121.f) [\a-zeus\ = Skt \a-dyau\ 'no sky']

"Its name is the sky-dog." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:16) [praesumably, dogging (chasing away) the sky, leaving no sky]

"created terror throughout ... by ... the river [Hera-kleios]" (GM @122.b). [thus, he muddied (besmirched) his own reputation]

"The River Mud[-]wash rises here" (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:16).

The madness of Hera-klees eliminated possibility for (put-into-the-shade ) "the brilliant futures that had been planned" for his sons (GM @122.c).

"Mount Shade." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:16)

"[Apollon] ... arrows, feathered with eagle feathers {fledging being located nigh the arrow's butt-end};

"Its name is the end[-]

[He-phaistos] ... a golden breast-plate {a high-priest's caerimonial breast-plate being conventionally square in shape}" (GM @122.f).

square." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:15)

"Isti-papa or Man Eater" : "This creature ... suggests ... the jaguar" (CM&LCI, p. 35).

"an animal here which looks like a scarlet leopard ... . ...

"clashed their jaws ... and terrified his opponents." (GM @122.f)

Its name is the wrangler." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:15) {I.e., 'the debater', doing "jawboning".}

"bronze-tipped ...

"Mount Brilliant[-]

wild-olive" (GM @122.f).

artemesia {read \artemisia\}." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:15)

"with a pelt proof against ... stone." (GM @123.a)

"Prime God [Yu:an S^en], Stone Clan." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:14)

"such a blow on the muzzle" (GM @123.e) of the head.

"all have head markings." (CM&S, p. 25 2:3:14)

"a brazen urn ..., he took refuge in it" (GM @123.g). [one would normally take refuge in the "keep" of a castle]

"Mount Long[-]keep." (CM&S, pp. 24-25 2:3:14)

"Mount [Pontinos] ..., bounded ... by the river [Pontinos]" (GM @124.b). {in Latin, \pont-\ is a bridge, ideally of stone, having water flowing under its arches}

"Pile[-]rock ... is a rocky gateway ... where the Great River oozes through" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:13).

"the Mysteries of [Lernaian] [Demeter] are celebrated ... where ... [Perse-phone] ... descended" (GM @124.b). [Demeter wept for her daughter Perse-phone.]

"The River Weep rises here" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:12).

"from sprouting new heads" (GM @124.e). [alike unto the spokes emerging from a cartshaft?]

"Cartshaft Mound." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:12)

"dipped his arrows in the gall {viz., bile}." (GM @124.f) {"Bile salts are another class of biologically relevant olfactory stimuli in fishes" ("BSETS").}

"Its name is the stink[-]meet. It feeds on fish." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:11)

"The Oklahoma Seminoles called these Fire Dogs." (CM&LCI, p. 36)

"There is an animal hre which looks like a dog, but

"the [Keruneian] Hind ... . This swift, dappled creature

it has the markings of a leopard and ...

had golden horns" (GM @125.a).

horns" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:11).

"I will go and get water" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 91).

"Nephele, ... cloudy grandmother, then poured down a smart shower of rain, which ... made the ground slippery." (GM @126.b)

"Queen Mother of the West ... presides over the Catastrophes from the Sky" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:11).

Threat uttered to a woman : "Go with me. If you don't, I will cut your head off." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 91)

"[Homados {'din of a noisy throng'}] the [Arkadian] ... tried to rape [Euru-stheus]'s sister [Alku-one]" (GM @126.d).

"threw the meal up into the sky and saw a good trail there." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 93)

"had caused ... some years before, by throwing" (GM @126.e).

"to chase ... beside the river [eRUMANTHos]." (GM @126.f)

The mother of RUMAN.-vanT (MBh, "Vana Parvan" 116 -- PE, s.v. "Ruman.van II.") "was late in fetching water from the river."

"rubbed themselves until they were white." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 93)

"drove it into a deep snow drift" (GM @126.f).

"Put your foot into the crack and it will open" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 94).

"was accidentally wounded ... pierced his left foot" (GM @126.g).

"among the stars ... the Bowman in the Zodiac is ... one [Krotos {'rattling noise, made to collect a swarm of bees'}] ..., greatly beloved by

"On the summit of Mount Hornet[-]mother ... are numerous green semi-precious stones" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:10).

his foster-sisters, the [Mousai]." (GM @126.g) [The Mousai are 9 in number.]

"This is the Nine Powers of the Sky." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:10) {cf. Puthagorean "music of he sphairoi", which may be counted 9 }

"saw a gopher sitting on a sandhill." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 95)

"Augeias ... some ... call ... the son of [Poseidon]." (GM @127.a) [Poseidon is god praesiding over seas and over sandy beaches.]

"a place called Flowing Sands" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:10).

"the valley pastures ... could no longer be ploughed" (GM @127.b).

Phuleus witnessed an offer for cleansing the cattle-yards (GM @127.c).

"the idea of sacrificing cows" was entertained;

"mountain lion bit at him" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 95).

"charged at ..., mistaking him for a lion" (GM @127.c).

"The knives of the ladder were broken" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 95).

{A caerimonial ladder having knives for some rungs is a Taoist ordeal.}

"put the dead man's bones there" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 95).

When there were "diverted the neighbouring rivers Alpheos" (GM @127.d) ,

{cf. (after each cremation) depositing of bones of the dead in river Ganga}

"baskets covered with with buckskin hanging" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 96) [= hamper for the washing?].

therewith this offer "to cleanse the cattle yards" was fulfilled.

this idea (known as Go-medha in the Brahman.a-s) was fulfilled by

PhuLeus [< *\BHuLeu-\], "subpoenaed ..., testified to the truth" (GM @127.e).

Pr.s.a-dhra [< *\\] (Caraka Ayus-veda -- J&AM, p. 189) at

"[Phuleus] then went to [Doulikhion {\doulikhoeis\ is Ionian for \dolikhos\ < *\DOLIGHo-\ 'lengthy'}]; and

"The deity Long Ride presides over this mountain." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:10)

his dirgha-sattva, [*\DILGHo-\ >] Dirgha-sattva (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "Vana Parvan" 82) being the name of a particular holy site.

[Hera-klees] to ... Olenos" (GM @127.f). [\OLoNthos\ 'fig-fruit' {fig-blossoms are fertilized only by wasps}]

"Mount Hornet[-]mother." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:10)

\Bhr.nga\ 'bumblebee' is cognate with \\, name of the father of (MBh, "Adi Parvan" 5-6 -- PE, s.v. "Cyavana 2)" the guru of (WL"Pr.s.adhra 1b)") Pr.s.a-dhra.

"different kachinas ... whipped Knife Wing." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 96)

"brazen-winged, man-eating birds" (GM @128.a).

"flash[-]wing" (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:9).

"had flocked to the Stymphalian Marsh." (GM @128.a)

"to empty into Millet Marsh." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:9)

"grabbed a tree and uprooted it" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 96).

"clacked the castanets, or shook the rattle" (GM @128.b).

"thought he had a shirt of ice" (ZM, vol. 2, p. 96).

"learned to wear protective cuirasses" (GM @128.c).

"each of the girls ... ran away." (ZM, vol. 2, p. 97)

"maidens with birds' legs." (GM @128.d) [do they swim by paddling joyously with their legs?]

"Mount Joy[-]swim." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:9)

The Kretan Bull "was ravaging [Krete], especially the region watered by the river Tethris" (GM @129.a). [\Tethris\ < *\D[H]EDHrI-\ is cognate with Vaidik \DADHI-an~c\.]

"Mount Big[-]tub." (CM&S, p. 24 2:3:8) {is this tub for holding the curds (dadhi) being sprinkled (an~c) by Dadhi-an~c for the As`vinau, as per Madhu-Vidya?}

DADHIca (PE, q.v.) is birthplace of "Angiras the son of Sarasvati" : "Sarasvati returned to Dadhica ... the son born to her by him" (MBh, "S`alya Parvan" 51 -- PE, s.v. "Sarasvati II.(xv)").

"[Plouto-dotes] ('giver of wealth') became a common rite both in [Arkadia] (Pausanias : viii.19.2) and [Ludia] ([Strabon] : xiv.1.44)" (GM @129.1).

"The River Black rises here" (CM&S, pp. 23-24 2:3:8). {to steal wealth from any brahmin-s would be a blackguardly act}

"Puru[-]ravas {'plutocrat-reaving/plundering'} stole the wealth of some brahmins." (MBh, "Adi Parvan" 75 -- PE, s.v. "Pururavas I.4)(i)")

"caused the sea to flood the low-lying plain; ...

"The River Wide[-]flow rises here ...

dragged ... around the lake that had now formed" (GM @130.b).

to empty into ... Ugly[-]mire." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"two streams, both called [Selenos], and flowing in opposite directions, surround it." (GM @131.d)

"into the River Flood[-]sky." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"offering quarter, but she chose to die rather than yield." (GM @131.g) [thus, he did not reach any productive accord with her]

"The Great River ... flows south {the direction of Yama and of death} to ... empty into the River No[-]reach." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"included it among the sacred regalia of the Lydian kings." (GM @131.j)

"It presides over the Great God's Hundred Equipments." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"they used to shoot accurately at their pursuers" (GM @131.l).

"When it stings birds and animals they die." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"Gorgon[e]s ... had ... hidden in an oak-wood {read \wold\}" (GM @131.m).

"This deity presides over ... the Great God's Park for the Seasons." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"after selecting the most suitable sites ..., founded a number of coastal cities" (GM @131.n).

"This is in truth the Great God's City Here Below." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

"She also ... built the city of [Mitulene], named after a sister" (GM @131.n).

"the Mound of Offspring[-]line." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:8)

Geruoneus "had been born with three heads, six hands" (GM @132.a).

"the Sky God ... has eight feet and two heads" (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7).

"something bit him on one side of the leg; then it bit him again on the other side." ("UChT", p. 154)

"by the two-headed dog [Orthros]" (GM @132.b).

[Soninke] {"the left eye of a red dog ... bit Garakhe's legs" (GuAM, s.v. "Marain Jagu", p. 152).}

A pet hound ate a scab which had fallen from the leg of king Ue-nuku.

"The dog [Orthros] rushed at him ..., but [was stricken] lifeless" (GM @132.d).

"Uenuku and his son Toi at once killed the animal and ate it." (IEMM&L, s.v. "Te Arawa", p. 196b)

"he sailed ...; but the Titan [Okeanos] ... made the goblet pitch violently upon the waves ..., which frightened [Okeanos] into calming the sea." (GM @132.c)

"During the voyage ..., ... Ngatoro ... , ... began to send Te Arawa down to destruction the throat of Te Parata, the monster ... of the ocean. ...

"renamed it Gadira, or 'Fenced City'." (GM @132.d)

"Mount Ever with its four levels." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7)

"the tapeworms ... wrapped themselves around" ("UChT", p. 156). {Thus, their action resembled that of Te Parata the whirlpool.}

"remarkable for a spring which ebbs {i.e., becometh exhausted} at flood tide, and flows at ebb tide; and ...

"The Exhausted Ghosts live on ..., each one staying" (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7).

the vessel began to slide into the abyss, but finally Ngatoro ... brought the ship back up" (IEMM&L, s.v. "Te Arawa", p. 197b).

"This tree was the dangerous being's decoy." ("UChT", p. 156)

equally famous for a secret tree that takes diverse forms." (GM @132.e)

"The Ghost of Carob Tree {Marain Jagu's sistre's name being \Henten KuRuBe\}

"The dangerous being ... removed the man's heart and blood

"the cattle must be cupped ..., lest they choke for excess of blood" (GM @132.e).

and threw them in the canyon." ("UChT", p. 156)

lives on Mount All[-]navel." (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7)

"Then the ... youngest had a dream and learned" ("UChT", p. 156) [a dazzling revelation?].

"embarked in the golden goblet, which

"the glare from it is dazzling" (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7).

he then sailed to [Tartessos] and gratefully returned" (GM @132.d).

"He journeys around the four seas" (CM&S, p. 23 2:3:7).

"The vessel then sail straight across to ... Maketu" (IEMM&L, s.v. "Te Arawa", p. 198).

Addressing his hat, "He began to sing, Stick out your tongue, my bouquet." ("UChT", p. 157) {a bouquet is usually inserted into a cone}

"[Norag-] ... led a colony to [Sardon]" (GM @132.d). [Norag- is namesake of the nuraghi, the peaked towers on Sardon.]

"a temple of [Kronos]" (GM @132.e). [Kronos "had turned himself into a stallion" (@151.g).]

"this deity has a horse's body and a human face" (CM&S, pp. 23-22 2:3:7).

"a spring which ebbs at flood tide, and flows at ebb tide" (GM @132.e).

"The River Mound[-]time rises here" (CM&S, p. 22 2:3:7).

"They set fire to the tree. ... The ashes turned into small bats." ("UChT", p. 157)

"a secret tree that takes diverse forms." (GM @132.e)

"it will cure madness." (CM&S, p. 22 2:3:6) {"to go bats" is 'to go mad'; "batty" is 'mad'}

"There was a salmon in the trap." ("UChT", p. 158)

"numerous patterned flying-fish" (CM&S, p. 22 2:3:6).

"worked at his canoe. ... His canoe was just about finished." ("UChT", p. 159)

"he was splendidly honoured" (GM @132.f).

"Mount Great[-]tool." (CM&S, p. 22 2:3:6) [a great tool may produce splendid art-forms]

"rid their island of ... noxious creatures" (GM @132.f).

"murdered ... . The great god then hacked them to death on the ...

"They put two rocks in their place to keep the canoe steady." ("UChT", p. 159)

"he set up pillars on either side of the straits" (GM @132.f).

Craggy Cliff" (CM&S, p. 22 2:3:5).

"the [Hispanic] city of Onoba" (GM @132.g). [Strong's 6036 \<ANUWB\ 'fruited']

"The ghosts and spirits of the sky and the earth eat this gem" (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:4).

cf. in Kojiki and in Nihongi : crunching of gems by biting (as if these gems were dried foods) by god-and-goddess

"she had found ... the little stone imaginable, somewhat blue." ("UChT", p. 160)

"The lapis lazuli of Mount Secret are exquisite" (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:4).

"the old lady turned into a swamp.

"Millet Marsh." (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:4)

The younger woman ... was Earthquake" ("UChT", p. 160).

"on the Sacred Promontory in Lusitania" (GM @132.i). [Could this be a proleptic allusion to the great earthquake which later devastated Lisbon?]

"Mount Peak[-]worship" (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:3).

Bluejay went to where the sky, in meeting the horizon, was moving up and down; and jumped through the space left momentarily between them ("UChT", p. 161).

"forced [Abule] and [Kalpe] into temporary union and went across the resultant bridge" (GM @132.j). [thus, these were traveled atop, not around]

"Mount Not[-]round." (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:3)

"Moon took some little chips from his flakings and threw them in Bluejay's face" ("UChT", p. 161).

"Mount Long[-]sands.

"He blew on Bluejay's eyes to remove the chips.

The River Limpid rises here ... to empty

But a bit remained for Bluejay's eyes still look glassy." ("UChT", p. 162)

"passed through the territory of what is now [Abdera], a [Phoinikian] settlement" (GM @132.j). [cf. \BuDuwR\ 'to come suddenly, come unexpectedly' (DMWA, p. 56b)]

into the River Glaze." (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:2) {one's eyesight may briefly become glazed (in astonishment) by viewing a scene unexpectedly}

"reached home without any trouble." ("UChT", p. 162)

"[Alesia] as the hearth" (GM @132.j). [\alesia\ = \asulia\ 'inviolability (of a place of refuge)']

"The people can gather them for food." ("UChT", p. 162)

"[Bebrukan] princess" (GM @132.j). [\bebrokos\ 'be eaten']

"they'll strike the bottom with their spears." ("UChT", p. 164)

"a shower of stones hailed down" (GM @132.k).

"it is good at throwing things." (CM&S, p. 21 2:3:1)

"when the people hunt you; you will jump, and look back." ("UChT", p. 166)

"four heifers, which he dragged backwards by their tails" (GM @132.l).

"the Mound of the Great God's Smitten Beasts" (CM&S, p. 20 2:3:1).