Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 16



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


"he made a maul ..., it worked and he caught the salmon." ("UChT", p. 174)

"dug a channel for the river ...; but ... this channel ... has caved in" (GM @138.d).

"a cave ... from which water gushes out and suddenly rushes back in." (CM&S, p. 10 1:3:13)

"stole the baby {cf. "throwing out the baby with the bath-water"} ...

The river "rose and inundated the ancient city" (GM @138.d).

and left a chunk of old rotten wood in its place." ("UChT", p. 174)

"below [KLEONaI]" (GM @138.e); Kleonai [\KLEONIkon\ = \klino-podion\ 'a bed's foot'] is

\Pros.t.ha-pada\ (name of a particular naks.atra) 'a bench's foot' :

situated to the south of

"Mount South[-]ape." (CM&S, p. 10 1:3:13) {An accused prisoner can be likened to, and designated as, "ape".}

"bench" being the judgement-seat of a judge, who can be said to have "under his foot" any accused prisoner.

"The old woman ... used her power to fold the earth in order to bring ... closer" ("UChT", p. 175).

the Moliones's intended destination at the Isthmian Festival. [An isthmus is a land-extension constricted (as though a formerly wider district had been folded together).

"had now reached the other side of the world

"laid a curse" which is not applicable to anyone; for, "no ... will ever enter" (GM @138.f).

"Mount Ape[-]straw." (CM&S, p. 10 1:3:12) {\"straw man"\ = to no person is it applicable}

where the salmon live." ("UChT", p. 175)

Loki became a leaping salmon in order to escape, after he had offended the deities

When the "widows ... lie with his soldiers" (GM @138.g), those widows are, thereby, adultresses.

"has scarlet veins {the "Scarlet Letter" being indicative of an adultress} and

by openly describing (in the Lokas-Enna) acts of incest (cf. adultery) among divine opposite-gendre siblings.

"gave ... to Adrastos" (GM @138.g). [\A-drastos\ 'no escape' (viz., his doom was sealed).]

its sap is like lacquer {lacquer being employed as overlay to seal closed a surface} and

"the girls had slipped through this opening." ("UChT", p. 175)

"[Astu-dameia] persuaded ... to plead for forgiveness" (GM @138.h). {Forgiveness is a sort of opening of opportunity.}

has a sweetish taste." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:11) {Forgiveness partaketh of a social sweetness.}

"threw a small piece of iron at Bluejay." ("UChT", p. 175)

"won the discus throw" (GM @138.h).

Lepreus wrongly thought that he could successfully challenge (GM @138.h).

"Mount Thinker." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:11)

"trout are created in the lake" (TsM, p. 601, #9).

"His favorite child was speckled trout." ("UChT", p. 175) [Sea-trout (speckled trout) are usually caught with "flies" as bait.]

"plagued by flies ..., ... sent them buzzing across the river" (GM @138.i). {Were these flies blown away by, as it were, a wind-gale?}

"the high northeast wind comes from it." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:10)

People were standing in a river ("UChT", p. 175), because required to do so by ("UChT", p. 176) Raven (a bird which is black).

"at the source of the [Istros (Danuvius)]" (GM @138.j). [This river's sources are actually located in the Black Forest.]

"The River Black rises here" (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:9).

"The man was ... trying to split a piece of cedar" ("UChT", p. 176).

"The branches ... are lopped ... by a nobly-born boy" (GM @138.j).

Moon boiled meat for Prairie Chickens. ("UChT", p. 176).

"the full moon shone bright as day." (GM @138.k)

"Mount Chicken." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:9)

"covers himself with wood-ashes and becomes a sturgeon" (TsM, p. 601, #11).

"fetch the ashes ..., and after moistening them with water apply a fresh coat of this" (GM @138.l).

"Mount Pour[-]roil." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:8)

"become beavers" (TsM, p. 601, #12). [a beaver-dam could cause a flood]

"only ... after the [Deukalionian] Flood" (GM @138.m).

"were blind." ("UChT", p. 176) [arbitration (blind to venal interests) would be appropriate during an armistice.]

"proclaim an absolute armistice" (GM @138.n).

"Mount Sunny[-]tight." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:7) [\tight\ could mean 'absolute']

"daughter, who marries first a hammer" (TsM, p. 601, #13). [cf. judge's mallet to decide guilt]

"guilty of any felony or offence against the gods." (GM @138.n)

"Mount Wrong." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:6)

"The cap got tight" ("UChT", p. 176). [a cap is worn atop the hair o the head.]

"a serpent called [SOSI-polis] is housed" (GM @138.o). [\SOSIkes\ = \hephthoi kuamoi\ 'boiled beans']

"Mount Tail[-]banner." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:5) {with salt tossed onto chicken's tail, cf. beans tossed backwards overshoulder to the Lemures]

With \LeMuS\ (archaic Latin form of \lemur\), cf. \\ ('hair's horripilation'), who is narrator of "the churning of the ocean of milk" (SPRHR, p. 58), which is performed with the serpent An-anta's acting as the churn's rope.

"the shaman Sqqaq" (TsM, p. 601, #14).

"a white-veiled virgin-priestess

"numerous white gibbons." (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:4)

\S`uQQah\ "a woman's wrap" (DMWA, p. 561a). [cf. woman's veil]

feeds it with honey-cakes and water." (GM @138.o)

"has ... a great amount of water" (CM&S, p. 9 1:3:4).

"came ... with a suckling child ... she sat ... down between the armies" (GM @138.o).

"Mount Show[-]lively." (CM&S, pp. 9-8 1:3:4) [active (extempore) symbolic display]

"The Transformer paints all the birds" (TsM, p. 602, #15).

"There is a bird ...which ... is five-coloured ... . ...

"look ... through cracks in rocks" (TsM, p. 602, #19). [cracks = markings?]

"shrine marks the place" (GM @138.o).

Markings on its ... spell ... ." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:3)

"spearing seals" (TsM, p. 602, #20). [seals praefer to reside in a seashore cave]

"disappeared into the Hill" (GM @138.o). [must have entred its hollow lair]

"Mount Cinnabar[-]cave." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:3)

"Waves ... are transformed into stone" (TsM, p. 602, #23).

"priestesses known as 'Queens'." (GM @138.o)

"like mandarin ducks." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2) [on ponds]

cf. Eddic goddesses of waves.

"wolverene" (TsM, p. 602, #26). [fierce as tigre, treacherous as crocodile?]

"There are tiger-crocodiles" (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2).

"Now the Moon and his younger brother the Sun have cross-eyes." ("UChT", p. 176)

"at the spring equinox" (GM @138.o). [Aequinoctes occurr when the sun's apparent path in sky crosseth itself.]

"Its name is the warylike." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2) [extreme wariness could be repraesented as if looking in both directions simultaneously]

"is first transformed into a wild carrot, then into ...

"in the month of [Elaphios]" (GM @138.o). [\ELAPHIkon\ = \elaphoboskon\ 'parsnip']

wearing a feather" (TsM, p. 602, #27).

"a small duck, ... it has a white head." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2)

cf. TL-MRJ goddess ML<-t ('truth') wearing a feather atop her head.

"Qultemeltx" (TsM, p. 603, #28).

"numerous herds of ... elephant" (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2). [noted for their loud voice in trumpeting]

\QoWL\ (Strong's 6963) 'voice'.

"A "witch" ..., and her basket" (TsM, p. 603, #29).

"himself escaped with his life." (GM @139.a) [Was it by way of protective prayer, that he was enabled to pass to safety?]

"Mount Prayer[-]pass." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:2)

cf. Maori fabled 3 "baskets" of occult traditional lore, especially including karakia ('magical spells').

Hera-klees managed to dismay (fret) several heavenly (Olumpian) deities, including when

"Mount Sky[-]fret. ...

"lies down ... with legs drawn up" (TsM, p. 603, #30).

"thrust at {W}Ares's thigh, he drove deep" (GM @139.b).

"whose feet sink into a rock" (TsM, p. 603, #31).

"[Peri-klumenos {'around honeysuckle'}] ... perched ..., but ...

he flew away in safety" (GM @139.c). [To some unscalable ae:rie?]

This mountain cannot be climbed." (CM&S, p. 8 1:3:1)

"who first swore an oath" (GM @139.d). {an oath could be regarded as a glossy (noticeable) sort of declaration (possibly published by town-crier)}

"Mount Lacquer[-]cry." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:17) [lacquer can be applied for its glossiness's sake, so as to make an artefact more noticeable]

"fifty flocks of sheep" (GM @139.e).

"the sheep ... said, "... I dared not go" (ShThGF, p. 38).

"Woman giving birth" (TsM, p. 603, #32).

"many with foal" (GM @139.e).

"rushed like a black tempest ... and killing ... men." (GM @139.e)

"Its name is the malign[-]force ... . ... It eats humans." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:16)

"past the clouds" (ShThGF, p. 39).

"Gamblers" (TsM, p. 603, #33). {may they cast their gambling-devices onto a special mat}

"fled as far as the [Olenian] Rock" (GM @139.e). [\olenid-\ 'mat']

"If she moves from the soft mattress ..." (ShThGF, p. 40).

"friends, one of them running uphill" (TsM, p. 603, #34).

"is said to have won ... the foot-race" (GM @139.f).

"he lived for three centuries, and no contemporary survived to gainsay him." (GM @139.f)

"Mount Stag[-]cry." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:16)

cf. Qartwelian mythic stag [= Sumerian Alulimak] who outliveth all other beings : When Svetlana departed this mythic stag,

"Bathing woman[,] and man on shore" (TsM, p. 603, #35).

"into the River Rainburst." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:15)

"threw a stone which struck it" (GM @140.a).

"great quantities of sandy gravel." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:15)

"her stone shoes ... chipped away" (ShThGF, p. 42)

"stake" (TsM, p. 603, #36). [cf. augur's wand}

"[Oionos {\oiono-\ 'augur'}] ...

"looked in through a high window" (M&LCR, p. 200). [an augur inspecteth omens on high]

"hides in wood." (TsM, p. 603, #37)

was cudgelled to death" (GM @140.a).

"a chessman from the board" (M&LCR, p. 200).

"three men" (TsM, p. 603, #38). {personifications of 3 principal lines in palmistry?}

"wounded in the hollow of his hand ...,

Around 3 men, to wit, Deirdre's lover Noi`se and around his brethren, there was

"A sturgeon {considered valuable for the females' roe, which can be slimy when fresh}

"conjured up ... a lake of slime" (M&LCR, p. 200).

coming down hill" (TsM, p. 603, #39).

fled to the shrine" (GM @140.a).

Leborcham (ECM&F, q.v., p. 285a), "so fleet of foot",

"a lock of ... hair

interpreted, as "hair", an omen witnessed by Deidre (ECM&F, q.v., p. 123a).

"A whale" (TsM, p. 603, #40). [sperm-whales' hoarding of giant-squids' beaks in the form of ambergris]

in a brazen jar" (GM @140.b) was praesented to

"Mount Hoard[-]

Rutra was reborn several times as a huge sea monster” (Sh&Sh"MR").

"Two men in a canoe" (TsM, p. 603, #41).

The heroine Deidre stood between two heroes in a chariot (M&LCR, p. 201).

"Man holding a spear" (TsM, p. 603, #42). [spear repraesenting octopodal beak?]

Airope, who ("HFAPA&A") "died in childbirth; her son survived by sucking milk from the breast of his dead mother and was named Airopos”. [\AIRO-Pinon\ 'sieve', skrying through screen thereof may be a repraesentational rite to indicate the color-shifting spots consisting of specialized dermal cells functioning as an octopodal camouflage]

cry." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:15)

Rutra when he was an "infant sustained his life by sucking the breasts of his mother's corpse." (Sh&Sh"MR") [Skt \RUTa\ 'filled with cries (of animals)'] {After a female oktopous hath laid her egg-strands, she, while in vigil beside them, fasteth unto the death; and her hatchlings feast upon her cadavre.}

"A man and his wife" (TsM, p. 603, #43).

"[Kepheus {\kephen\ 'drone', whose main function is to serve as mate for the queen-bee}] ... and

One of the incarnations of Rutra is "a bee with a painful sting” (TSW, p. 154).

"A group of men" (TsM, p. 603, #44).

seventeen of his sons" (GM @140.c).

"seventeen" (ShThGF, pp. 40 & 42).

"Coyote's ... sweat-lodge" (TsM, p. 603, #47).

"The River Rainburst rises here" (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:14).

"Coyote's kettle" (TsM, p. 603, #48).

"[Hippo-koon]" (GM @140.c). [\kona\ = \pissa\ 'pitch/tar (for sealing lids onto jars)']

"Parts of Coyote's body are transformed" (TsM, p. 603, #49).

"of the Just Deserts" (GM @140.d).

Siberian constellation-figure Deer is dismembred by

"Hunters" (TsM, p. 603, #50).

hunters who become stars.

"Elks" (TsM, p. 603, #51).

"surname [Hera] 'Goat-eating'" (GM @140.d).

"Mount Roar[-]spoon." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:14)

Ladles for offerings (mentioned in the s`rauta-sutra-s of the Yajus-Veda).

"a shrine to the [Kotulaian] [Asklepios]" (GM @140.d). [\kotule\ 'a cup']

"There are many purple conches in the River Weep." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:13)

Black Drink is quaffed out of conch-shells (buried by Mound-Builders in Ohio). one of the daughters of the Rutra-s is "She who bears the Cup".

"A pack of fir branches" (TsM, p. 604, #52).

"into Blockage Marsh." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:13)

"tobogganing down a mountain-side" (TsM, p. 604, #53).

"An ancient shrine of ... Alea ['evadance, escape;

"A woman roasting a hare" (TsM, p. 604, #54).

warm spot'] ... contains a sacred couch of the goddess." (GM @141.a)

{"The rescued hare ran up to him" (MML"MS", p. 259).}

This woman is likely the wife of Vikuks.i ('having a prominent belly'), who (PE, s.v. "Vikuks.i", p. 855a) "took a small hare ... cooked it and ate it."

"tracks are transformed into stone" (TsM, p. 604, #55).

"warned by the Oracle, he hurried home" (GM @141.b).

"[Auge] made no outcry" (GM @141.b), apparently so that she would not be killed by her rapist.

"it has no mouth and it can't be killed." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:13)

"she fell upon her knees" to crave mercy (GM @141.c).

"Mount Weep." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:13)

"Bad men are transformed" (TsM, p. 604, #56).

"Ashamed to kill his daughter in public" (GM @141.c).

"no plants nor trees, nor any water." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:12)

"turn aside into a wood [wold] ..., hiding ... in a thicket." (GM @141.c)

"Mount Whole[-]shade." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:12)

"was suckled by a doe" (GM @141.d).

"the Life Restoring Water, ... the Water that Revives" (MML"MS", p. 254).

"Her vagina is set with teeth; ... she bites off his hand." (TsM, p. 604, #63) {Only fingers (but not a penis) can be inserted, if the woman be wearing a girdle.}

"named him [her son Partheno-paios], which is 'son of a pierced maidenhead {N.B. : giving birth VAGINALLY must burst any virgin woman's hymen}, because

"So pleased was she [Yaga] to be young again that she kissed the prince's hands." (MML"MS", p. 255) {She might kiss his hand to thank him for masturbating her.}

[To entice men, this woman is praetending to be innocent and harmless.]

[Atalante] was pretending to be still a virgin." (GM @141.d) {After artificial insemination followed by parturition via Caesarian section, a woman could be, as of yet, of intact hymen.}

"Mount Helper[-]hook." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:11) {This may refer to the 2 vertical columns of hooks (for fastening it) on the rear of a woman's girdle.}

Riddle asked by woman : "by night a serpent". Response by man : "It is a girdle." (MML"MS", p. 256)

"paddles them in his small canoe" (TsM, p. 605, #64).

"He was told : 'Sail and seek Teuthras the [Musian].'" (GM @141.e) [[\teuthis\ 'squid']

The "Dwarf with the Long Beard" (MML"MS", p. 257). [This may be a cephalopod (viz., squid), whose tentacles are collectively called "beard".]


"Teuthras thereupon gave [Telephos] his daughter [Argi-ope {'flash-face'}] in marriage." (GM @141.e)

"Then amid flash of lightning appeared the horse ... with dappled coat" (MML"MS", p. 260).

"They tear out his tongue"(TsM, p. 605, #64).

"went silent and speechless" (GM @141.f).

"The River Quiet rises here" (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:10).

"if only ... were driven away." (GM @141.f)

"Mount Pacified." (CM&S, p. 7 1:2:10)

"completely at your mercy." (MML"MS", p. 260)

"swallows bird[-]down and whistles, in order to bring north wind" (TsM, p. 605, #64).

"at [Pergamos] beside the river [Kai:kos]"(GM @141.f). [\Kai:kiaa\ = \kai Aika\ : \Aikes\ = \Aeikes\ 'Northeast Wind']

"The dappled horse vanished, and the Dobrotek whistled to his own horse."(MML"MS", p. 262)

"was cured of his leprous scabs by means of the stone [Anti-pathes]" (GM @141.h). [Vitiligo ("leprosy") must make for whitish scaliness.]

"white jade with red streaks." (CM&S, pp. 7-6 6 1:2:9)

"a man-headed mechanical boar ... takes refuge in the temple" (GM @141.h). [A temple is a site for pious gatherings.]

"Mount Gather[-]till." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:9) {Tilling of soil is similar in action to rooting-up by swine.}

Evil Pig” interfered in Rutra's body-interior (TSW, p. 155).

"transform him into a bluejay" (TsM, p. 608, #67).

"a well-intentioned jay flew off to find"Hera-klees, who

By shaving Yspaddaden's beard, ... acquired the former's daughter as bride.

thereby had success in locating-and-rescuing Phialoi together with

"Mount Success." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:8)

By shearing a dwarf's beard, Dobrotek acquired princess Pietnotka a bride (MML"MS", pp. 261-2).

"takes away and later returns the spear-head" (TsM, p. 608, #67).

her infant son Aikhmagoras (GM @141.i). [\AIKHMa\ 'spear']

"attached to a line made of hair" (TsM, p. 608, #67).

"sailed across to [KALUDon]" (GM @142.a). [\KALUDrion\ 'small ship's cable, small reefing-rope']

"Mount Float[-]jade ... to the east it looks on the River All[-]navel." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:7) {Taoist subtle "jade body" may be perispirit associated with the "will-power".}

{The umbilical-cord-like subtle "will" extendeth (acc. to Carlos Castan~eda) outward from just below the navel.}

"the River-god [Akheloios]. ...

"Mount Bend[-]more." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:6) {The wider a river, the more it hath of bends.}

"The waters begin to rise." (TsM, p. 608, #68)

Streams of water flow continuously from his" (GM @142.b).

Wary of Hera-klees is "the father of all [Hellenic] waters" (GM @142.c).

"Mount Wary[-]father." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:5)

"he deftly turned into a speckled serpent and wiggled away." (GM @142.d)

"numerous giant snout-snakes." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:4)

"in exchange for the horn of the Goat [nanny] Amaltheia" (GM @142.d). [\amaltheuein\ = \trephein\ 'to cherish, to foster']

"Mount Feather." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:4)

"Goat-feathers ... look like a cross between a llama and a stuffed owl." (G-F, p. 28)

"took the horn ... Cornucopia, as a gift for [Ploutos ('rich')]" (GM @142.d).

"Goat-feathers" are spurious notions of being rich-and-famous (AmerLit"G-F").

"The Thesprotian city of ... [KIKHuRos]" (GM @142.e). [\KIKHRemi\ 'I lend']

"It name is the tricky[-]wrap." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:3) {A loan-repayment contract may be wrapped-up in tricky legal verbiage.}

"how to take the neck sinews [tendon] of a deer" (TsM, p. 609, #70).

The "daughter of [AMUNToR {\AMUNTeRes\ 'brow-tines of a stag's antlers'}]" was "abducted from" (GM @142.e) "a city famous for its poisons."

"The Starry Place Between the Antlers" would be the name of a particular constellation (for AmerIndians in South Carolina).

"[Thespios] obeyed." (GM @142.f) [\thespid-\ 'divinely inspired'; "Thespians" = drama-actors]

"Mount Lofty[-]glare." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:3) [on a lofty theatre-stage, in the glare of limelight?]

"founded the city of ... [Ogrule]." (GM @142.f) [\grulos\ = \gongos\ 'conger-eel']

Named for its conger-eels is the river Congaree ( in South Carolina).

"boxed the boy's ears" (GM @142.g).

"it has four ears. ... It makes a noise like

"went away ... to [Trakhis]" (GM @142.g). [\trakhelis\ 'throat']

the crooning of a human being." (CM&S, p. 6 1:2:2).

"struck [Kuathos ({'ladle for dipping-out a beverage from serving-bowl'}] ...

"Mount Tea[-]willow. ... There ... on this mountain ...

with one finger only" (GM @142.h).

it has human hands." (CM&S, p. 5 1:2:1)

"galloped off ... with Deianeira ...

"The River Spate ... flows ...

aad tried to violate her." (GM @142.i)

to empty into the River Breed." (CM&S, p. 5 1:1:9)

"the seed which I have spilt on the ground" (GM @142.j).

"Mount Winnow-tail." (CM&S, p. 5 1:1:9)

"you will never again have cause to complain of his unfaithfulness." (GM @142.j)

"you won't itch." (CM&S, p. 5 1:1:8) {Such prurience might result from a sexual jealousy.}

"The spring ... still smells foetid and contains clots of blood." (GM @142.j) [As though his blood had been poured into it.}

"Its name is the pour[-]pour." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:8)

"under the protection of [Keux]" (GM @143.a).

"a bird ... which looks like a chicken,

"chicken-headed figure usually referred to as

Abraxas, who commonly appears on intaglios with the name IAO ... . This is ... the Hebrew god

Yahweh" (ChAMC, p. 345).

"The leading [Dru-op-es ('oak-faces')] ... built three cities ... . ...

but it has three heads ... .

Holy Trinity as "one God".

But only the men of [Asine {cognate with \Atintania\?}] ... celebrate mysteries in his honour" (GM @143.b).

Its name is the esteem-add." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:7)

"A boundary dispute had arisen" (GM @143.d).

"Mount Base. ...

"would cut off their heads and use the skulls" (GM @143.e).

Its eyes are on its back." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:7)

"were thrown to the ground ... .

"You can't climb up it. .

Yet they sprang to their feet ... . ... .

There ... it has longer ... . [more stamina]

... parted the combatants ... .

Its name is the sort. [sorted-out]

... led the fainting ... .

... you won't get jealous." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:6)

... washed away his headstone." (GM @143.g)

"Mount True-drag." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:6)

"[Kuknos] lived at Amphanai [\amphi\ 'both' + \anastasis\ 'resurrection'], and ...

"winged-landfish [African lungfish].

transfixed ... at [Pegasai]." (GM @143.h). [\pegad-\ 'rime, hoar-frost']

It dies in winter and

"winter is this world;

"bore him [Ktes[i]-[h]ippos]" (GM @143.i). [\ktesis\ 'acquisition, success']

comes to life in summer." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:5)

summer is the world of Openness." (GPhJMM, p. 54 [= pl. 100], l. 7)

Upon leaping from atop the city-wall, Iole arrived in safety at the the city-wall's bottom (GM @144.a), due her her "crinoline"-parachute (GM @144.1).

"Mount Bottom.

"red foam bubbled up from the flag-stones." (GM @145.b)

"witnessed the foaming blood flow out of the mouth of the cave" (PE, s.v. "Dundubhi I.4), p. 253b).

"plunged headlong into the nearest stream,

There are a lot of waterways here" (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:5).

but the poison burned only the fiercer" (GM @145.c). {This poison may have been sodium-metal, with sodawater-foam indicated in the mentioned"foam" (@145.b).}

"The River Weird ... flows ... into the River Joyous[-]wing." (CM&S, p. 4 1:1:4) {Weirdly burning upon water, sodium floateth, alike unto some winge`d waterfowl.}

"[Likhad-] crouched in the hollow of a rock" (GM @145.d). [\likhneumat-\ 'a delicacy (hors-d'oeuvre)']

"Its name is the stag-silkworm." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:4) [Dried silkworms are eaten as a special delicacy in China.]

"[Hullos] conveyed him to the foot of Mount [Oite]" (GM @145.d). [\oitos\ 'doom']

Apparently cognate with \OITe\ is Skt \ETas`a\ ('dappled horse'), having as adversary the son of ('good horse') Su-asv`a (R.c Veda 1:11:61 -- PE, s.v. "Svas`va"). Indra assisted Etas`a when the latter was contending in a chariot-race against Surya (Atharvan Veda 20:35:15 -- HAV, p. 355).

"prophecy, now fulfilled ... : '... a dead enemy shall be his downfall.'" (GM @145.e) {cf. how the slain at Pearl Harbour cause the downfall of Nippon}

"Mount Cherry[-]sunny." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:4) [Dead soldiers are called "fallen cherry-blossoms", in Nippon of the Rising-Sun's fatalistic flag.]

"bore him up to heaven" (GM @145.h).

"You can't climb up this mountain." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:3)

"Arun.a rose to the sky." (MBh, "Adi Parvan" 16:18-23 -- PE, s.v. "Arun.a I.3)", p. 55a-b).

[Zinacantec] ""the black-winged monkey" ... a feathered monkey with wings" ("BF&B-WM", p. 178). Winged (Edda) god VO,LUNd = Varun.a (< *\WOLUN\), who was challenged by (PE, s.v. "Kis.kindha", p. 413b) Valin.

"[A-niketos]" (GM @145.i). [\a-niketon\ = \an-ethon\ 'dill' : Norse \dill\ < *\dhil-\, gun.a grade *\dheilo-\ > Hell. \theilo-\ 'dried in sunshine'; furthermore,

"Mount Monkey[-]wing." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:3) {cf. "black monkey" riparianly floating nocturnally in torch-apex box (KSS, "Lavanaka Lambaka" 1 -- PE, s.v. "Kapat.abhiks.u", p. 387a)}

(This Chinese expression may refer to "wing" of army commanded by monkey-god Su-griva, son of goddess Arun.i [who is commonly stated to be a feminine transmogrification of god Arun.a, but more reasonably his sistre].)

"dill was ... used ..., notably by burning it to clear clouds and thunderstorms." ("M&LH&S")

"Terrible as the dark clouds in the sky", though "roaring lik hell", Dundubhi (PE, s.v. "Dundubhi I.4)", p. 253b) failed when confronted with

Cf. the Golden Chain of the philosophers

Valin "wearing the gold chain given to him by Indra".

cf. the "Sun [\Son\ in the Mormon edition] ... with healing in his wings" (Mal>akiy 4:2).

Su-griva (PE, s.v. "Sugriva I.") is "the son born to the Sun" [more accurately, however, to the charioteer of the Sun-god] :

Monkey-god Hanumant was [alike unto Karn.a 'Ear'] born wearing (PE, s.v."Bali 3)") earrings.

"When he caught Sugriva, Kumbha[-]karn.a lost his ears" (Agni 1 -- PE, s.v. "Sugriva I.")

"became the porter of heaven, and ...

Vis.n.u is (Atharvan Veda) janitor/doorkeeper.

banquets at the divine table" (GM @145.j).

"Mount Hall[-]court." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:2)

"led by the people of [Marathon]" (GM @145.k).

"If you eat it, you'll be a good runner." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:1)

"[Valin] chased Sugriva all over the world." (Valmiki Rama-ayana, "Kis.kindha Kan.d.a" 46 -- PE, s.v. "Sugriva I.")

"[Hera-klees]'s son [Phaistos]" (GM @145.k). [\Phaistos\ is the name a city nigh unto GORTun {\gorunos\ 'little mouse' -- probably 'shrew'};

"you won't get lost." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:1) ["beshrew my stay, That made me fearful I had lost my way" ("FSh", WB&F, vol 3, p. 143).]

\GORT\ "wide, open space used to grow crops" (I-ED, s.v. "Gort"). {Would not one need to beware losing one's way in any very wide, open region?}

\phais\ may be a Kretan dialect-form of \phos\ 'luminance'.]

"Its blossoms light up everything around it." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:1)

{cf. "Pray without ceasing. Rejoice evermore."}

"Its name is the pray[-]more." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:1)

Valin "Everyday ... used to go to the four seashores and conduct ... prayer" (PE, s.v."Bali 4)", p. 103b).

"are now permitted to enter the shrine" (GM @145.l).

"Sugriva entered [R.s.i-amuka-acala]." (PE, s.v. "Sugriva I.")

"begging for hospitality." (GM @146.a)

"The first mountain range in the Classic of the Southern Mountains is called Mount Magpie.

{The probable reason why magpies imitate other bird-species in their calls, is to appear hospitable.}

"their innate sense of justice prevailed when they saw the [Hera-kleidai] seated at the Altar of Mercy." (GM @146.a)

Its first peak is called Mount Raise[-]shake." (CM&S, p. 3 1:1:1)

{A willingness for compassion is raised in hosts -- shaking-up their sentiments -- when they view their guests humbly craving mercy.}