Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 2







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

HELLENIC STANDARD SEQUENCE (Apollodoros) OF MYTHIC EVENTS [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





[Edda] Mo,kkur-ka`lfi ('Clay Calf-of-leg')

"from the bark ... tied ... to the feet" (GM @17.a).

"Country of No[-]legcalf ... . Its people have no calves in their legs." (CM&S, p. 121 8:1)


"an ark of bullrushes" (S^mowt 2:3).

"with plaited grass" (GM @17.a).

"Bedrush Harvest,


"heard this thing" (S^mowt 2:15).

Apollon is "delighted" with hearing of music (GM @17.e).

has a snake in his left ear" (CM&S, p. 117 7:22).



"with white ribbons ..., and

"wear their hair loose. ...


"S.ipporah" [Strong's 6855] (S^mowt 2:21). [\s.ipporen\ 'toenail' (Strong's 6856)]

winged golden sandals" (GM @17.f).

this is Long[-]leg country." (CM&S, p. 117 7:21)


Yitrow [Strong's 3503] (S^mowt 3:1). [\yitrown\ 'excellency' (Strong's 3504)]

"Daphnis ['Laurel', awarded as token of excelling] was ...

"there is a tree called the Male-ever.


"out of the midst of the bush" (S^mowt 3:2).

exposed in an olive grove" (GM @17.j), whence "his foster parents" took him.

... would take from this tree." (CM&S, p. 117 7:20)


"I will now turn aside" (S^mowt 3:3).


"would come to this country from far away" (CM&S, p. 117 7:20).


{Goats are closely related to antelopes; there are intermediate species.}

Khimaira (GM @17.j). ["with ... a goat's head {horned, of course} rising from its back" (Th"Ther--Khl")]

"the ride-yellow creatures ... have horns on their backs." (CM&S, p. 117 7:19)

12th Jaina naks.atra Gazelle-head -- an aequivalent naks.atra-figure is

"the hand of Mis.rayim"

(S^mowt 3:8).


"a wild cat." (CM&S, p. 117 7:18)

Cat [MaRjara]'s paw (AR, vol. 9, facing p. 323).

"mat.t.eh ('rod') became a serpent" (S^mowt 4:3). [\mowt.\ 'to slide, to slip']


"the dragonfish is a giant shrimp." (CM&S, p. 117 7:18)

There is a Papuan shrimp-god (O&SL, p. 19).

"I will be with thy mouth, ... what thou shalt say." (S^mowt 4:12)

Alektruon ('Cock-chicken'; DCM, s.v. "Alectryon") by his crowing warned


"When the Divine Wind bird lays its eggs, the people ...



the lovers, until at last

eat them." (CM&S, p. 116 7:17) {Eggs are sexual secretions, which are often eaten.}


"did the signs in the sight of the people." (S^mowt 4:30)

"[Helios] ... saw them" (GM @18.a).



"Let my people go" (S^mowt 5:1).

"The two ... found themselves entangled in the net, ... unable to escape." (GM @18.b)

"Four snakes are there interlocked with each other." (CM&S, p. 116 7:16) {In certain species, snakes, of both sexes, are sometimes tangled together, en masse, for a group sexual orgy.}


"There is no straw ...;


"Mount Exhaust" (CM&S, p. 116 7:16).


but the fault" (S^mowt 5:16).

"if Ares defaults ..." (GM @18.c).





"Cartshaft Country" (CM&S, p. 116 7:15).

11th Jaina naks.atra Wagon-tongue (Cart-shaft). Nad.a- (or Nala-)kubara's (\kubara\ 'cartshaft'; PE, s.v. "Nalakubara")

"a Kna<niyt woman" (S^mowt 6:15).

"Aphrodite ... renews her virginity in the sea." (GM @18.c) {Some scorpion-species are covered with seawater at high tide.}

"with the water surrounding them ...

wife Rambha is placed atop boulder. {[Aztec] Whore-woman ascendeth boulder with assistance from man who therefor becometh scorpion.}

2 women are mentioned (in S^mowt 6:20 and 6:23).

"[Herm-aphroditos], a double-sexed being" (GM @18.d).

the two women live together {as though they were double-gendred?}


Miy-s^a->el (Strong's 4332 'Who-What-God?' {implying divine nature of mortals?}) and Sitriy [Strong's 5643 \sitrah\ 'Protective covering'] (S^mowt 6:22).

Rhodos ['Rose'] and Hero-philos [< *\WERoS-bhilo-\; 'Hero-liking'] (GM @18.d). [Hero-phile calleth herself both wife of, and daughter of, a god.]


VARS.a-gan.ya (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 318:59) connecteth mortal's atman with immortal's parama- atman.

>abiy ['My Father']- >asap [\>asuppiym\ 'thresholds' (Strong's 324)] (S^mowt 6:24).


within the same house gates." (CM&S, p. 116 7:14)


>el-<as.ar married the daughter of Puwt.iy->el (S^mowt 6:24). [\Fuwt.ah\ 'Apron' (DMWA, p. 858a).]

Priapos as "an ugly child ... who ...

"people look like swine" (CM&S, p. 116 7:13).

Atop head of boar Twrch Trywth is

{Freemasonic apron is decorated with depictions of various artisan's tools.}

carries a pruning-knife." (GM @18.e)


a razor.

10th Jaina naks.atra Barber's-satchel (containing razor).

A rod which swalloweth (S^mowt 7:12). [telescoping set of tubes?]

{Is a trellis [= screen?] likewise a structure employed by gardener Priapos?}

"Mount Climb[-]screen . ... "crowds of shamans descend from the mountain." (CM&S, p. 116 7:12)


Plague of blood (S^mowt 7:20). {is this blood the source of the red dazzle in the robe?}

Ankhises on mt Ide : Aphro-dite "visited him in the guise of a Phrygian princess, clad in a dazzlingly red robe" (GM @18.f).

"Corpse [Mummy] of Girl Deuce -- ... With her right hand Girl Deuce [Nu: C^>ou (CM&S, p. 223)] screened her face,

BHURi-teJas (PE, q.v.) is partial avatara of Krodha-vas`a, so that Krodha-vas`a (PE, q.v.) = "Phrygian princess".



but the ten suns stayed above, and Girl Deuce remained on the mountaintop." (CM&S, p. 116 7:11)


Plague of frogs (S^mowt 8:2-7). [are these tree-climbing tree-frogs?]

"the question inept." (GM @18.f)


The buddha, who is a tree-frog, hath a propensity for rejecting quaestions as inept.

Plague of ken ('gnats') (S^mowt 8:17). {\Ken\ may be cognate with bodhi-GAYa, site of S`akya-muni's decease.}



S`akya-muni is named for dvipa S`aka, wherein is a site named Mas`aka (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "Bhis.ma Parvan" 11) 'Gnat, Mosquito'.

"blains upon man" (S^mowt 9:9).

Aphro-dite "interposed her girdle ... . Nevertheless, the shock so weakened" (GM @18.g).




"he [Kinuras] ... seized a sword and

"Grownman ... people ... carry swords" (CM&S, p. 116 7:10).


"let ... borrow ... every woman of her neighbour" (S^mowt 11:2).

overtook her on the brow of a hill, but

"has a human face and lives on a mountaintop." (CM&S, p. 116 7:9)


"strike the lintel and the two side posts with the blood" (S^mowt 12:22).

Aphrodite hurriedly changed [Smurne] into a myrrh-tree, which the descending sword split in halves." (GM @18.h)



"ye came out in the month of >abiyb." (S^mowt 13:4)

Aphro-dite's son Golgos is namesake of Golgoi in Kupros (GM @18.k). [cf. \galanga\ 'galingale (Alpinia officinarum)']




"cruel wars." (GM @19.a)

"Girl Battleaxe ...


"Kapo the eel-woman" (B:HM, p. 185) hath the "power to


holds an eel" (CM&S, p. 115 7:8).


separate her female sexual organ from her body" (B:HM, p. 186).



9th Jaina naks.atra Vulva.

mt Mowriyah (site of the ram caught in a thicket) is considered to be at


"Mount Ever[-]ram. (CM&S, p. 115 7:7)

{Rocky-Mountains feral "mountain sheep"}

the duws^ ('threshing-floor') of >arnan / >arnah / >arniyah / >rawnah by antient commentators.

"the gigantic sons of [Aloeus : \aloe\ 'threshing-floor'] kept



"a wall unto them on their right hand, and on their left." (S^mowt 14:29)

him [Ares ] imprisoned in a brazen vessel



"the horse and the rider" (S^mowt 15:21).


"ride on piebald horses." (CM&S, p. 115 7:6)

8th Jaina naks.atra Horse's head.


for thirteen months, until ... released by Hermes" (GM @19.b).

total of 13 human body-parts are mentioned (CM&S, p. 115 7:4-6).


[Khoi] Zebra [\zabara\ 'to scold' : DMWA, p. 432b] is scolded by Babboon ("HZGS").


"a yellow horse with tiger markings" (CM&S, p. 115 7:5). [praesumably, a quagga]


"thou shalt smite ...,

HALI-rrhothios ['Seawave-Breaker, Surf'] (GM @19.b). [wieldeth axe against olive-tree, but axehead miraculousl flieth off its haft (DCM, s.v. "Halirrhothius" -- Servius : Apud Verg. Georg. 1:18)]


Skt \daran.i\ 'surf'; "Devil's darning-needle" is dragonfly; from dragonfly, firefly obtained its "lantern" (Rolf Kuschel Animal Stories from Bellona Island (Mungiki), pp. 110-111).

and there shall come water ..., that the people might drink." (S^mowt 17:6)

HALI-akmon (DCM, s.v. "Haliacmon 2" -- Plou. : De Fluv. 18:1) ['seawave-stone'] threw himself into the river Karm-anor [\karmat-\ 'shorn (of hair)' + \anor\ = 'noos'], thereby changing its name to his own. {brainwaves?}



"Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee" (S^mowt 23:20).


"There they have one head and

">ahrown, Nadab, and >biy-huw>." (S^mowt 24:1).


three bodies." (CM&S, p. 115 7:4) {one brain and 3 nervous systems (autonomic, sympathetic, and parasympathetic)?}

Tri-jat.a (PE, q.v. -- Rama-ayana, "Sunda Kan.d.a" 27) dreamt of "Ravan.a's family ... smeared with oil."

"[Mos^eh] went up into the mount, and a cloud covered the mount." (S^mowt 24:15)


"Open, danced ... and clouds covered them three layers thick.

Surfing is associated with "the kaeke dance" (B:HM, p. 222).

"Moreover thou shalt make ... ten curtains" (S^mowt 26:1).


In his left hand he grasped a feather screen, and

"(... tropic-bird eater) surfing" (B:HM, p. 194).

"And thou shalt make loops ... upon the edge of one curtain" (S^mowt 26:4).


in his right hand he held a jade ring." (CM&S, p. 115 7:3) {labrus (doubleheaded axe) is set with haft through ring mounted

{The labrus is depicted (as "labarum" in Latin) on antient coinages of many Aigaian isles : this archaic H^attic royal emblem was more than a millennium later adopted also by imperator Constantinus.}

"And thou shalt make boards ... of ... wood standing up." (S^mowt 26:15)


on wall of courtroom, according to the Odusseia}


"made the children of Yis`ra>el drink of it." (S^mowt 32:20).

The 2 sons of Hali-rrhothios are named (H2:LCL, vol. 503, p. 117, scholion 52) \Semos\ [cf. \semuda\ 'Cercis siliquastrum' : "flower buds are pickled and used as a condiment" {and sanctification} ("JTCS")] and


Alike unto hibiscus (blossoms dried and used as a condiment), Cercis siliquastrum is an herb having high content of silica (MF&OT, p. 105); its name recalleth the silicate beach-sands whereon sea-waves break. Latin divine name \Semo\ (= Sabine \Sancus\) is from \Semos\.

"the people were naked" (S^mowt 32:25).



"Ke[-]anini came surfing ... when he saw two nudes ladies bathing ...

"whoever hath sinned against me, ... will I blot out of my book." (S^mowt 32:33)

\Alazugos\ [cf. \alazon\ 'charlatan, quack'].


Ho>olae." (B:HM, p. 513) [\ho>olae\ 'praetend to be wise' (H-ED, s.v. "lae")]

"the people heard these evil tidings" (S^mowt 33:4).

Priapos "once tried to violate her [Hestia] ...; but an ass brayed aloud, Hestia awoke" (GM @20.b). ["asses ... to [Priapos], but ...



Aztec 20th day-sign Xochitl ('Flower').

crowned with flowers" (DCM, s.v. "Priapus", p. 391b)]



"thou shalt see my back parts" (S^mowt 33:23).

[Priapos (DCM, q.v., p. 392a) "was born deformed."] {Cognate with private-parts-god's name \PRI[W]apos\ may be (*\PRIV-\ >) Frigg, goddess-namesake of \frigate\-ship.}

"Wilderness of Big[-]remains." (CM&S, p. 115 7:3)

7th Jaina naks.atra Boat.

"wist not that that skin of his face shown" (S^mowt 34:29).

Priapos hath "the ability to ward off the 'evil eye'" (DCM, q.v., p. 391a).



"his taches [\qeres\ 'knob']" (S^mowt 35:11).


"Mount Big[-]Spin" (CM&S, p. 115 7:2).


"he lighted the lamps" (S^mowt 40:25).

"kindled afresh with the aid of a fire-wheel." (GM @20.c)



"of fowls, then he shall bring ... turtledoves, or ... young pigeons" (Wayyiqra> 1:14).


"Ruin[-]cover[-]bird country" (CM&S, p. 115 7:1).


"that covereth the inwards" (Wayyiqra> 3:3).


[is this "cover" (for the ruin)


Yucatec 19th day-sign Cauac ('Storm'). [storms at sea make for fierce waves]

"[Apollon], Zeus's son by [Letoi]" (GM @21.a).

{In order to have his birth concealed from Puthon, Letoi gave birth to Apollon while "under a vault formed by the waves" (DCM, s.v. "Python" -- Hyginus 140).

a vault? : if so, cf. "waters which are above the firmament"]


"before the vail of the sanctuary." (Wayyiqra> 4:6)

Hera had "proclaimed that she [Letoi] could not give birth in any sunlit place." (DCM, s.v. "Python" -- Hyginus 140) {Impliedly, lest the waking-world sun would counteract the dream-world sun which would emerge as natal Apollon's secret identity-source.}

One of (HChM, s.v. "Di Ku", p. 99) "Di Ku's consorts ... dreamed that she swallowed the sun." [while the waking-world sun is remaining in the sky : a potential counteracting of the dream-world's sun]


"shall burn it ... for a sweet savour" (Wayyiqra> 4:31).

To Delphoi, location of the Gaia's priestess [who reputedly inhaleth an inspirational vapor], fled

"The deity ... Pray Steam" (CM&S, p. 111 6:22).



Puthon [< *\BHUDHoN\] (GM @21.a) from Parnassos (\PARNasos\ in the Odusseia and in the Homeric Hymns). At the


[Vaidik god] Ahi BUDHNya [< *\Aghi- BHUDHNyo-\]

"Mos^eh brought ... sons, and washed them with water"(Wayyiqra> 8:4).

water-spring of Krisa below


5th-6th Jaina naks.atra Water-pool with steps leading down to it. {Water-pool with steps is a notable architectural feature of "Indus-Valley Culture".}

"and the kbowd-Yhwah ('glory of Yahweh') appeared" (Wayyiqra> 9:23). [\kubad\ 'liver-ailment' (DMWA, p. 947b)] : ["jaundice is put away into ... thrushes" (HA, p. 281).]

mt PARNAsos, is the "great she-dragon" (Homeric Hymn 3:267-304), viz., Puthon.

"the mountain is ... Mount Rash." (CM&S, p. 110 6:21) {is this "Rash" the skin-ailment? is it related to the throat-ailment "thrush"?}

River-nymph PARN.As`a sitteth in (PE -- MBh, "Sabha Parvan" 1:9) the court of Varun.a. ["Varun.a sends diseases" (HA, p. 281 , fn. 3).]

"in KUTTANot-am ('their coats')" (Wayyiqra> 10:5). [cf. \CUTTy sark\ 'shirt of fashionable cut'].

Yucatec 18th day-sign Etz>nab ('Flint Knife' [-- alike unto dirk, for murther, etc.]).

{\KATAN\ 'smut' (DMWA, p. 954a) : cf. Robigalia, Roman festival to (acc. to Columella) smut-goddess Robigo : but this word can also mean 'rust', such as on knife longtime-wet with blood : for such as rusty knife, cf. when Phulakos (acc. Pherekudes -- EGM, p. 34) "chased him [his own son] with a knife."}

"the great god Tellswift" (CM&S, p. 110 6:21), i.e., Ti K>u (CM&S, p. 263) : he ordered the secret murther of a man (HChM, s.v. "Di Ku", p. 100).


"if ... her niddah (Strong's 5079) be upon" (Wayyiqra> 15:24). [Strong's 5076 \naduwd\ 'being tossed to and fro']

Aztec 17th day-sign Ollin ('Earthquake').

"Mother Earth at ... the sacred chasm." (GM @21.a) [chasms in rock are produced by earthquakes]



"shall the priest make an atonement for you" (Wayyiqra> 16:30).

Apollon was purified by (GM @21.b) CARMANor king of Tarrha ('Hurdle') in Krete.


Unto Deva-datta, a boon was granted by Su-S`ARMAN (PE, s.v. "Devadatta I.", p. 208b -- KSS, I. "Katha-pit.ha", VII.3. "Pus.pa-danta"), on account that

"that giveth any of his seed unto Molek" (Wayyiqra> 20:2).



a princess plucked "with her teeth a flower".

4th Jaina naks.atra Flower-seed.

"And ye shall proclaim" (Wayyiqra> 23:21).

[Suddenly-shouting goat-god] Paan is cheated (double-crossed) by Apollon (GM @21.c).

"the roar-cross creature." (CM&S, p. 111 6:21)


"any leqet. (Strong's 3951 'gleaning') thou shalt leave" (Wayyiqra> 23:22). [\laqiyt.\ 'foundling' (DMWA, p. 1025b)]

The giant TITUos is "securely pegged to the ground {\ek TITUnnon\ 'from childhood' [-- viz., abandoned in childhood]}; ... and



"a memorial of blowing" (Wayyiqra> 23:24).

Aztec 16th day-sign Cozca-quauhtli ('Vulture'). {vultures in soaring are blown upward by rising air-currents}

two vultures ate his liver." (GM @21.d) {Vulture could be aequated with (A&ACS, p. 157) god YaHweh / YaHH : names cognate with Skt \YAKr.t\ 'liver'.}

"the great god Lofty {N.B. vultures soar to the loftiest of altitudes} lies buried" (CM&S, p. 110 6:21).


"I will make your heaven ..., and your earth" (Wayyiqra> 26:19).

Yucatec 15th day-sign Men ('Maker').


"King Civil [the maker of a new imperial dynasty] also lies buried" (CM&S, p. 110 6:21).


"ye shall eat the flesh of [humans]" (Wayyiqra> 26:29).

Yucatec 14th day-sign Ix ('Leopard').


"Here there are ... leopards" (CM&S, p. 110 6:21).


"the sound of a shaken leaf" (Wayyiqra> 26:36).

Yucatec 13th day-sign Ben ('Reed').

"she [Athene] ...

took up the flute [typically praepared from a reed] again



"yowbel (Strong's 3104 'jubile')" (Wayyiqra> 27:17). [\yuwbal\ 'stream' (Strong's 3105)]

beside a stream" (GM @21.e).

"the people go ... in the river" (CM&S, p. 110 6:20).


"it shall be abated {= diminished, waned} from thy estimation." (Wayyiqra> 27:18)

On nymph Phthia ('Waning', such as of moon), Apollon fathered Doros [cf. Makedonian \dorax\ 'spleen'] (GM @21.i). {Spleen's shape is alike to apparent shape of the moon partially eclipsed.}

"Round[-]ample Country" (CM&S, p. 110 6:19). {The spleen "has a smooth, convex surface that faces the diaphragm" (W"Spleen"), thus rounded on its outer side.}


Vaidik singing-god BR.Has-pati =

On nymph AReIA [whence the operatic-singing \ARIA\], Apollon fathered


3rd Jaina naks.atra Bird-cage [intended to induce birds to sing as though with operatic aria].

BREOGHan, builder of tower for (LIE, s.v. "Mi`l", p. 346b) MI`L.

"of the sanctuary" (Wayyiqra> 27:25).

MILetos (GM @21.i).

{\s.alawh\ 'prayer' is derived from \s.alay\ 'to roast' (DMWA, p. 612a), Strong's 6740.}

"Roast[-]

{MILetos = legendary Bodish tower-builder MILa-raspa : this is for effectualizing of prayer}

"the h.miys^iy ('5th') part thereof" (Wayyiqra> 27:31). [\h.mes^\ 'abdomen, belly' (Strong's 2570)].


dwarf Country" (CM&S, p. 110 6:19).

{Paulos of Tarsos, who at "four feet six inches in height ... was the greatest dwarf" (DR, vol. 2, no. 2), wrote of "slow bellies".}

"with the number of their names" (B-Midbar 1:2). {one large number in the Maya numerics is \abak\ = Strong's 80 \>abaq\ 'powdre'}

On nymph Kurana [= Curn.ika (\curn.a\ 'powdre', such as of desiccated herbs)], Apollon fathered Aristaios (GM @21.i).

\TRITuration\ (grinding into powdre) may tritely (punningly) allude to TRIpliciTy : thus,


"every one head of the house" (B-Midbar 1:4).


"people have a single body but three heads." (CM&S, p. 110 6:18)


"s`liwiym ('quails') from the sea" (B-Midbar 11:31).

Although Marpessa (DCM, q.v.) "feared that when she grew old Apollo would desert her", yet nevertheless


S`ri-mati (< *\S`LI-mati\; PE, q.v. -- Kamba Rama-ayan.a, "Yuddha Kan.d.a") caused "churning of the ocean ... to save ... from ... old age".

"DEREK (Strong's 1869 'road') Yam-Suwp ('of Sea's End')" (B-Midbar 14:25). [\DARAK\ 'archer' (Strong's 1870)]

Apollon [the divine Archer] "tried to steal Marpessa from Idas" (GM @21.k).

"Yi the Archer and


"the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed them up" (B-Midbar 16:32).

Yucatec 12th day-sign Eb ('Tooth').

Leuk-[h]ippos (GM @21.l) [His name \White Horse\ might referr to the whiteness of a horse's teeth, sought when one may "look a gift-horse in the mouth".]

Chisel Tooth [Beaver?] fought


"bloomed blossoms" (B-Midbar 17:8).


Huakinthos [< *\SUSak-INdhos\], who became a hyacinth-flower (GM @21.m). [or, rather, the martagon-lily (DCM)] {Strong's 5483 \SUWS\ 'horse; swallow-bird'}

in the Wilderness of Long-lived[-]bloom." (CM&S, p. 110 6:17)

SU-S.EN.a is father of (PE, s.v. "Sus.en.a V." -- MBh, "Vana Parvan" 283) Tara ('Cross' [: possibly the shape of her blossom]).

"it is a covenant of salt" (B-Midbar 18:19). {salt-crystals are generally 4-sided prisms}

{[Cymry] Caer Sidi "four times revolving", visited by Arth-ur.}

"Offspring[-]line Waste ... is four-sided." (CM&S, p. 110 6:16)

Vaidik god PRAJA-pati 'PROGENy (Offspring)'s Lord' hath 4 faces.

Yucatec 11th day-sign Chuen : he and his brother were (acc. to Popol Vuh) transformed into animals, thenceforth only howling.

The Mousai "robbed [Thamuris] of ... his voice" (GM @21.m).

AEBA, p. 77 kings wearing red crown; queens wearing red crown (Gates, 12.3). [this crown hath "curly ... representative of the proboscis of the honeybee" (E-G"ESD")]

"a people whose tongues are reversed" (ChBGu, p. 164 XLII @223) (= CM&S, p. 110 6:15).


The loincloth of Chuen and of his brother, is each changed into their monkey-tail (Popol Vuh).


AEBA, p. 65 "four babbons announce" (Gates, 12.2 : p. 77).


>ahrown is stripped of his vestments (B-Midbar 20:28).


AEBA, p. 77 to instances of \S\-glyph ('bolt of cloth'), is


"And Mos^eh ... put it [brazen serpent] upon a pole" (B-Midbar 21:8).


fastened the Apophis-serpent (Gates, 12.2).


When suspended from the pole Simul, is the water-bucket to be carried by Hju`ki and Bil (in the Edda) : such that Jack and Jill "fetch a pail of water"

{dangling implement at skylight may enable projection [via wind-shaft, as in CBM, p. 63, upper regstre] (STNA, p. 198)}

{\aGUSTan\ (PD, p. 6) to "hang up, suspend" is etymon of \GUST-asp\ [= (SD3) "Hydaspes" in Sibylline Oracles] and of \angust\ (PD, p. 10) "finger, toe", which, if of Gro`a's husband,


2nd Jaina naks.atra Yoke-with-Buckets. [\dliy\ 'bucket' (Strong's 1805) : \daliyah\ 'something dangling' (Strong's 1808)] {Water-wheel of buckets carrieth soul-luminance upward toward caelestial life-spans anew, according to Manikhaian cosmology.}

away from a water-well.

"Be>er : that is the well" (B-Midbar 21:16).


AEBA, p. 65 "goddesses seated atop serpents" (Gates, 12.1 : p. 77).

cf. pervasive simile (for uncertainties of samsara) of serpent in water-well.

"there shall come a Star" (B-Midbar 24:17).


may explicate that toe's becoming Old-English rune "guiding star" \Ti`r\, cognate with \Dirke\ of dirkaia = daukos, i.e. fragrant spice 'candy-carrot Athamanta cretensis' (Dios. 3:72:1) in Kandia [Tamil \kan.t.u\], or antidote against spider-bite (Dios. 3:72:2) : Chases-the-Spiders's

AEBA, p. 77 gods poised to hurl stars as missiles (Gates, 12.1).


"romah. [\ramih.\ (DMWA, p. 416b) 'Arkt-ouros' = Arth-ur] ... through her belly" (B-Midbar 25:7-8)

vivifying his belt (STNA, p. 201) [\h.norah\ 'belt' (SE-HD, q.v.) comparable with h.niyt ('javelin')], similar to that of



{"Jack fell down and broke his crown".}

To`rr, in whose forehead a hurled missile is embedded.}

"dashed it against ... skull, and killed" (GM @21.m).


"Padmapâni's head split and was shattered into a thousand fragments." (SD3)

"\Yow-kebed\ is the name of <amran's wife" (B-Midbar 26:59). [Strong's \kabad\ and \kabed\ 'heavy']

{On the occasion of this embedding, a heavy entity lay upon To`rr, immobilizing his body.}


{A heavy entity ("hag")'s sitting upon one's body is a peculiarly unpleasant form of "sleep-paralysis".}

S.lap-h.ad [\s.alaf'\ 'vainglory, boasting' (DMWA, p. 611b) + Strong's 2299 \h.ad\ 'sharp'] (B-Midbar 27:1).

Asklepios hath "The temerity to resurrect a dead man" (GM @21.n). {a more common form of temerity is boasting.}

"The Never-Dying People" (ChBGu, p. 164 XLII @222) = "Never[-]die Folk" (CM&S, p. 110 6:14).



Aztec 10th day-sign Itzcuintli ('Hound').

Women's vows -- these being unconventional, and usually abrogated by her father or by her husband (B-Midbar 30:5, 30:7).

"feed my hounds" (GM @22.b). [Cynic (\kuon\ 'hound') philosophy for ascetic disregarders of fashionable conventions]

"It people have their legs crossed." (CM&S, p. 110 6:13) {typical asana for Pas`u-pata sadhaka-s}

1st Jaina naks.atra Ox-head = Pas`u-pati 'Cattle's Lord', god of Pas`u-pata Order for disregarders of fashionable conventions

Yucatec 10th day-sign Oc ('Staircase').

"she then visited ... the Island of Lipara [this isle's sides are all steep cliffs, therefore making cliff-staircases useful],



"Only the gold, and the silver, the brass, the iron, the tin, and the lead" (B-Midbar 31:22).

and found ... hammering away at a [metallic]



Aztec 9th day-sign Atl ('Water'). "ye shall make go through the water." (B-Midbar 31:23)

horse-trough [i.e., for watering them] for [Poseidon]." (GM @22.d)



Yucatec 8th day-sign Lamat : 4 holes (perhaps rabbit-burrows).

"cities of mi-qlat. (Strong's 4733 'asylum')" (B-Midbar 35:6). [\qalat.\ 'maimed' (Strong's 7038)]


"she tore a handful of hair from his chest." (GM @22.d)

"Its people have a hole in their chest." (CM&S, p. 110 6:12)


Aztec 8th day-sign Tochtli (Rabbit). [this is the figure on the moon's face]

"a silver bow" (GM @22.d). [often asserted, by antient commentators, to be the crescent moon]

"Old Country [cf. the expression \old as the moon\] .... . Its people ... wielding a bow" (CM&S, p. 110 6:11).