Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 4

Towrah & Seper Yhows^uw<a & Seper S^apat.iym

Edda of I`S-LAND;


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


"horns of r>em [Strong's 7214]" (>elleh had-Dbariym 33:17).

ROMulus {cognate with \R>EM\} sighted more vultures : whereas

"to the top of Pisgah" (>elleh had-D. 34:1). [\pasag\ 'to contemplate' (Strong's 6448)]

"Mount Jade." (CM&S, p. 87 5:8:19) [later known as the "Jade Heaven", for religious contemplatives]

"over against Bet-P<owr" (>elleh had-D. 34:6). ['House of Yawn/Gape' (Strong's 6465 & 6473 = DMWA, p. 845a : \faGr\ 'to gape the mouth')].

{[acc. to the Edda] out from Ginnunga-GAP ('beginning-gape' : denoting primordial/archetypal astonishment) there emerged --

"Mount Swine." (CM&S, p. 87 5:8:18)

{Religious temples (repraesenting the Netherworld) in Papua are in the format of a divine swine's body, entred through its gaping mouth.}

gaping the mouth is performed by Vr.tra [< *\WL.TRo-\, cognate with Latin \VuLTuR\] (PE, qvv. "Kot.t.uva" & "Vr.tra 4)(xi)").

"my servant is met ('dead')" (Yhows^u<a 1:2). [The term for 'deathly', \mawet\, is the latter element in region-name \\, the incense-realm known in Sumerian as \Meluhha\, similar to Strong's 4417 \melah.\ 'salt'.]

through licking of salt by O,dumbla the cow --

"Mount Accord." (CM&S, p. 87 5:8:17) [in <arabiy business-dealings, the accord reached is expressed by the mutual partaking of salt]

From tittering tittiri-goddess Brahma-hatya originateth (PE, qv. "Vr.tra 2)(ii)", p. 884a -- Devi-bhagavata Upa-puran.a 6) "salt beds."

"the sole of your foot shall tread" (Yhows^u<a 1:3).

the first anthropoid god, Y`Mir, whose twain feet mutually engendred progeny.

OM-kara Is`-vara jyotis. linga (described in S`iva Upa-puran.a). [\OM\ relateth with

"The ark floated about" (GM @38.c).

\<AWM\ 'to float'; \<AWWAMah\ 'raft' (DMWA, p. 771b)]

"even unto the great river ..., and unto the great sea" (Yhows^u<a 1:4).

"the rivers roared down to the sea"(GM @38.c).

"This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth" (Yhows^u<a 1:8).

"They pleaded humbly ... their voices from afar" (GM @38.d).

Y`mir's descendant Bergelmir floated upon a stone.

"the rocks lying on the river bank." (GM @38.d)

"Mount Stone." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:16)

"gibbowrey ['champions of'] ha-h.ayil [\h.eyl\ 'the rampart' (Strong's 2426)]" (Yhows^u<a 1:14).

"There are numerous ... oak trees on its summit" (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:15). [as hardest of wood, oak is often used for building ramparts]

Black slats (of ebony-wood?) worn around waist by goddess (CBM, p. 31, upper).

"there are large amounts of green jade." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:14)

a bleeding greenstone (CBM, p. 31, lower).

"S^it.t.iym ['Acacias' (Strong's 7851), which are spiny trees]" (Yhows^u<a 2:1).

"hangs his clothes" (GM @38.g). [clothes are usually hung on hooks]

"Its plants are ... hookend bamboo." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:14)

Personified Scissors, viz., scissors-headed deity (CBM, p. 32). [shears for tailoring clothing?]

"But she had brought them up to the roof of the house, and hid them" (Yhows^u<a 2:6).

Men hide in attic of house (CBM, p. 33).

Innkeeperess requaesteth : "deliver our lives from death." (Yhows^u<a 2:13)

Skull-headed (meaning : in danger of death?) women in attic (CBM, p. 34).

"she bound the scarlet line [thread] in the window." (Yhows^u<a 2:21)

"Mount Dragon." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:14) ["decorated his whole house with dragon's" (HChM, s.v. "Dragon", p. 106).]

Animated white rope is suspended from rooftop (CBM, p. 34).

"And they ... came unto the mountain, and abode there" (Yhows^u<a 2:22).

Ores-theus [Ionian for \Ores-theos\ 'Mountain-God'] (GM @38.h). [grower of "huge" fruit (DCM, s.v. "Orestheus")]

"Mount Divinepower. ... It trees are mostly peach and plum, and wild plum and apricot." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:13)

Hero riding eagle aloft {cf. Sumerian hero Ed-anak riding eagle} to fragrance-reeking sacred power-bundle (CBM, p. 35).

"the waters which came down from above stood and rose upon an heap" (Yhows^u<a 3:16).

"a deluge ... overwhelmed all Atlantis" (GM @39.b) : from this deluge,

Upon its being opened, a vast outpouring of foam gusheth forth (CBM, p. 36),

Menoitios ("defying fate") "escaped" (GM @39.c).

"Its animals are ... tiger" (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:12).

thus carrying forth Stripe-Eye (CBM, p. 38, upper left).

"Its animals are mostly rhinoceros" (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:11).

Monster having curled horn on nose (CBM, p. 38, left centre).

"And the people ... encampled in Gilgal" (Yhows^u<a 4:19). [\gilgal\ 'wheel' (Strong's 1536)]

Athene emergeth "from Zeus's head" (GM @39.e).

"Mount Copper". (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:10). [Chinese coins (made of copper) commonly have a hole, resembling the nave of wheel, in their centre]

Women walk, on a circular pathway (CBM, p. 39), into

"made him sharp knives, and circumcised" (Yhows^u<a 5:3).

Prometheus "flayed ... a bull, and sewed its hide" (GM @39.f).

"The deity Wade Alligator" CM&S, p. 86 5:8:9).

region contained within an alligator's skin (CBM, pp. 39-40).

"Loose thy shoe from off thy foot" (Yhows^u<a 5:15).

"a backstairs admittance to [Olumpos]" (GM @39.g).

"Mount Forked." (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:9) [site of convergent pathways?]

Two separate pathways lead into cogged-disk region (CBM, p. 41).

"He ordered ... the Four Winds to breathe" (GM @39.h).

"there is sure to be a whirlwind" (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:8).

Skeletal god with diagonally-striped-face descending from sky (CBM, p. 41).

"the priests blew with the trumpets" (Yhows^u<a 6:16).

"He ["Counting Cover"] usually frolics in

Floppy-limbed god [divinity of music?] emergeth from living conch in

the deeps" (CM&S, p. 86 5:8:8).

lagoon (CBM, p. 42, lower right).

"So the people shouted ..., so that

Same floppy-limbed god is shouting (CBM, p. 42, lower left).

the wall fell flat [exposing inmates to public view]"

(Yhows^u<a 6:20).

"chained naked to a pillar" (GM @39.h). [thus exposed to the glare of publicity]

"Mount Glare." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:8).

Bare-skeletal expose' on St Andraios's (i.e, letter-Khi-shaped) Cross (CBM, p. 42, lower middle).

"bring out thence the woman" (Yhows^u<a 6:22).

"[Athene], he [Zeus] said, had invited [Prometheus] to [Olumpos] for a secret love affair." (GM @39.i)

"Mount Land-kneel." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:7) [kneeling so as not to be noticed while embracing in public?]

"the hearts of the people melted" (Yhows^u<a 7:5). [meaning that they became disheartened (discouraged)]

"Delusive Hope [herein personified as a goddess] ... discouraged them" (GM @39.j).

"Mount Silk[-]thread." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:6) [a hope as tenuous as a silken thread is slender?]

Downwards toward a nude star-spangled goddess, great ray (of false hope?) proceedeth out of personified heart of black god (CBM, p. 43).

A risk was taken by those who "transgressed ... and have also stolen, and dissembled also" (Yhows^u<a 7:11).

"[Aphro-dite] was once vexed to find [Areios] in [Auos]'s bed, and cursed her" (GM @40.b). [He was taking the risk of being so discovered, despite his military brocades.]

"The River Risk flows ... into the River Brocade." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:5)

Goddess having

There were various heroes whom Auos "began to seduce, one after the other ...; though she was married to [Astraios], who came from Titan stock" (GM @40.b).

"Mount Help[-]all." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:5) [Astraios's complacency was a help to all the seductions of men whom Auos sought.]

tattooed face [to denote an adulteress?] :

The fact that Zabdiy had not resisted temptation od that which he "saw" (Yhows^u<a 7:21), resulted in his being slain (7:25).

The fact "that [Oarion] had not refused [Auos]'s invitation to her couch" resulted in his being accidentally slain (GM @41.d).

upon her blood is spilled [to denote her unintentional responsibility for the death of a hero?] (CBM, p. 44).

Persons were "set ... to lie in ambush" (Yhows^u<a 8:12).

"the ... Pleiades, daughters of Atla[nt-]s and [Pleione]." (GM @41.e)

"Mount Girl[-]stool." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:4)

Two of the daughters of Geirro,d [< *\Geirhota-\ < Indo-Germanic *\Heirko-\ = Vajra-yana gods \Heruka\ (\hira-ka\ 'little diamond')] crouch under a stool in order to seek to seduce To`rr; while

"drawers of water" (Yhows^u<a 9:23). {referring to "making water"? (viz., urination)}

{The narrative is distorted into Hurieus's doing the urinating (instead of being urinated on), in GM @41.f).}

"Mount High[-]horse." (CM&S, p. 85 5:8:3) [implying the woman's sitting upon the man's mouth?]

the 3rd daughter (of Geirro,d) is seeking to seduce To`rr by urinating on him (to force her urine into his mouth).

"Zeus called the Fate Lachesis to witness ... such new island ... when [Rhodos] had risen well above the waves ..., re-emerging" . Halia's (one of the Telkhines) "six sons ... ravished their mother" (GM @42.c) {an act reminiscent of that by Rutra}.

"Mount Thorn." (CM&S, p. 84 5:8:2) {"thorn in the flesh" (reference, in the Epistole, to tribes of Kna<an)}

{Old English rune Torn ('thorn')}

King of the RUTuli {\rutula\ 'little piece of rue'; cognate with Skt \RUTra\, infant-devourer of own mother's cadavre}, "Turnus {cognate with \TORN\} became an ally of Latinus {cognate with \Lakhesis\ < *\LAheTI-\}" (DCM, s.v. "Turnus" -- Cato : Origines).

"hailstones" (Yhows^u<a 10:11).

The Telkhines (DCM, s.v. "Telchines") "had the power to cause ... hail ... to fall."

{The rune Hagel ('hailstone').}

The Vaidik deity-category Kalakhan~ja-s (= \Telkhin\ < *\Kwelkhin-\) are spider-deities climbing on their webs between Earth and Heaven (similarly as in the Alēthē Diēgēmata by Loukianos of Samosata in Kommagene).

"Sun, stand thou still upon Gib<own [\gib<ol\ 'calyx of flower' (Strong's 1392) -- perhaps the anemone flower, its blossoms closing at sunset]; and

As one of the 7 sons of Rhode by Helios, Aktis ['Ray of Luminance'], founded the city Helio-polis ['Sun-City'] (GM @42.c).

"Mount Shine. ...

thou, Moon,

The River Fishhawk rises here" (CM&S, p. 84 5:8:1).

The Vaidik bird-god Garutman carrieth the soma-drug (an herb transporting one's subtle body into transcendental worlds) to the Moon.

in the valley of >a-yalown!" (Yhows^u<a 10:12). [>a-yalown (< *\>A-WALOWN\) = AVALON, destination of king ARTH-uR]

R.Tam-bhaRa (PE, q.v. -- Padma, "Patala Khan.d.a" 30) is father of Dyumat-sena,

"the white horses, which his [Phae:thon'] sisters had yoked for him" (GM @42.d).

"Mount Big[-]blue[-]roan[-]horse. ...

whose daughter Savitri is a devotee of goddess Savitri, daughter of god Savitr. (< *\SaWi-TL.\) = stallion-god SVaDiL-fari (in the Edda).

"Is this not written in the Seper ('Book of') ha-Yas^er ('the Upright')?"

(Yhows^u<a 10:13) {The book PAN-aRIon (by Epiphanios of Salamis) may be personified in its name-cognate \FENRIr\.}

There is ... the wolfbane." (CM&S, p. 84 5:7:19) {wolfbane being an herb for inducing subtle-body transvection}

Apparently, the guardian-spirit of the wolfbane-herb is Wolf-god Fenrir. who bit the hand of T`yr (< *\DYU-\) = DYUmat-sena, whose recovery from injury is abetted by his son-in-law (PE, s.v. "Savitri IV.3)", p. 713b).

Hellen "married ORSeis" (GM @43.a). [\ORSo\ = \ornumi\ 'I stir' cognate with Skt \r.n.omi\ 'I rush']

"Mount Haste." (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:18)

Kings "hid themselves in a cave at [Maqqedah]." (Yhows^u<a 10:16) [\MuQAYYaD\ 'fettered, shackled' (DMWA, p. 940b)]

Xouthos (GM @43.b) "married [Kreousa]", who had been "raped ... in a grotto" (CDM, s.v. "Creusa 2", p. 114a).

When Xouthos served "as arbitrator",

"Mount Serve." (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:17)

he rendred an "unpopular" decision (GM @43.b). [unpopularity in a matter of a tipping-point]

"Mount Tip." (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:16)

"the prophetess Thea ... was Artemis's companion" (GM @43.c).

"Its leaf is like artemesia" (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:15).

"<al-s.aww>rey ('upon the necks')" (Yhows^u<a 10:24). [\S.uWRah\ 'image, likeness' (DMWA, p. 619a)]

"[Poseidon] set Thea's image among the stars" (GM @43.c).

"The River Tool[-]trouble" (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:14). [tool for making the image, thereby quelling Thea's trouble with her father's prospective wrath]

"shut her [Thea's daughter Melan-[h]ippe/Arne] in a empty tomb" (GM @43.d).

"Snake Valley!" (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:13) [in Hellenic lore, ghosts in tombs often assume the guise of snakes]

"slew them, and hanged them" (Yhows^u<a 10:26). [is the implied hanging-noose a litterary distortion of "clerical collar"?]

Metapontos (GM @43.e). [cf. Latin \pont-\ 'bridge']

"Mount Collar[-]bridge." (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:12)

"the shrine of Artemis Metapontina" (GM @43.e).

"great[-]gods-house" (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:11).

"in person revealed the secret" (GM @43.f).

"Mount Explain." (CM&S, p. 83 5:7:11)

"[Metapontos] learned that [Theanoi] had deceived him" (GM @43.f).

"you won't become confused." (CM&S, p. 82 5:7:10)

Auto-lute ['Self-Soluble'](GM @43.g).

"won't suffer from jealousy." (CM&S, p. 82 5:7:10)

"surrounded by a brazen wall." (GM @43.h)

"iron on the lower slopes." (CM&S, p. 82 5:7:9)

"discovered that the youngest son" (GM @43.h).

"Mount Young[-]house." (CM&S, p. 82 5:7:9)

"gave unto Kaleb ... an inheritance." (Yhows^u<a 14:13) [Strong's 3611 \keleb\ 'hound']

"he threw the fruit of their incestuous union to the dogs" (GM @43.h).

"until the death of the high priest ... : then shall ... come ... unto his own house" (Yhows^u<a 20:6).

"when his death hour approached, ... seated him ..., where he is still to be found." (GM @43.i)

"the River Come[-]linger." (CM&S, p. 82 5:7:8)

"grudges anyone the right" (GM @43.i).

"Mount Big[-]bitter." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:7)

Ion (GM @44.a). [\ion\ 'Viola odorata, viz., violet-flower']

"it has bright blue flowers." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:7)

"[Ion] married ... the daughter of [Selinos]" (GM @44.b) [\SELINOn\ 'celery', which "grew in marshy spots" (Theophrast. 9:11:10)]

"Mount Loose[-]bog." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:6)

"the hill of Ga<as^." (Yhows^u<a 24:30) [Strong's 1607 \ga<as^\ 'to agitate, shake' : \ja<ja<ah\ 'rumbling' (DMWA, p. 150b). {a severe thunderstorm may both rumble and shake}]

The "son of the Morning-star" and his wife were such fools as to dare call themselves "Zeus" and "Hera" : for which reason the true Zeus-and-Hera supernaturally "let a thunderstorm break" (GM @45.a).

"The deity Sky[-]dolt lives on it. This mountain has frequent weird storms." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:5)

"they buried him ... that pertained to his son" (Yhows^u<a 24:33). [\FaYNah\ 'point of time' (DMWA, p. 862b) {cf. point of thorn or of needle} + \H.wS\ 'quandary' (DMWA, p. 249a) {about how to nestle coffins in sky?}]

"building a closely compacted nest from the thorns of the sea-needle" (GM @45.b).

"There ... its name is the sky[-]coffin." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:5) {TL-MRJ royal coffins are nested (as layers within one another); with sky-goddess NW-t depicted on upper inner surface of coffin.}

">doniy-bezeq in Bezeq" (S^apat.iym 1:5). [\BuZaQ\ 'spittle, saliva' (DMWA, p. 70b)]

"cut out her tongue" (GM @46.b).

"Qiryat-seper" (S^apat.iym 1:12). [\sporah\ 'numeration' (Strong's 5615)]

"She hurried to the slaves' quarters {did these quarters consist of numbered apartments?},

"gave him <aksah his daughter to [be his] wife." (S^apat.iym 1:13) [\<AKS\ 'to reflect, to mirror' (DMWA, p. 739a)]

found one of the rooms bolted" (GM @46.c).

"Mount Wallspan." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:5) {In the palace at Versailles, mirrors extend along ("span") interiors of corridors.}

"went up out of the city of palm {i.e., jujube} trees" (S^apat.iym 1:16).

After having performed tapas at Badari-as`rama ['Jujube Hermitage'] MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 38),

"S.pat [Strong's 6823 \s.apah\ 'overlay with sheeting-metal'] was

"the yellow-briar ... has ... fruit like the orchid's." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:4) [This must be the liana-orchid vanilla-plant, sheathing the trees on whose trunk it climbeth aloft.]

called H.armah." (S^apat.iym 1:17) [Strong's 2763 \h.aram\ 'flat-nosed' (characteristic of swine)]

"[Tereus] ... pursued the sisters {sprinting alike unto greased sows?} ... when

"an animal here; ... the mountain-grease ... looks like a piglet ... .

3 cities (S^apat.iym 1:18) : those of the Pilis^tiym, earlier known as the <awwiym. [\Gawaya\ 'to go astray' (DMWA, p. 806a) : cf. Plane in Euangelion according to Philippos]

the gods changed all three" (GM @46.d). [\Tereus\ (\teresis\ 'watching' {"a watched kettle never ..."}) < *\C^ERU-\]

It is good at cursing folk." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:4)

"Carvaka [CARU-aka] ... cursed him [Yudhis.t.hira]. The brahmins ... cursed him [Carvaka : \caru\ 'saucepan']

Of these 3, the 1st is <azzah (\Gazzah\ in DMWA, p. 787b) : \Gaziyah 'woman dancer, danseuse' (DMWA, p. 788b).

Of these 3, the 1st is Prokne : \proknemid-\ 'covering for the leg' {normally worn by women performing religious ritual-dancing}.

The 2nd is >as^qlown : Strong's 8254 \S^aQaL\ 'to weigh' {the "weight" of a musical note would be its depiction on a score-scale}.

The 2nd is Philo-mele ('Loving Melody', i.e., enamored due to the sequence of musical notes).

Tereus was king of Daulis in Phokis. [\daulon\ = \hemi-phlekton xulon\ 'half-burned wood']

to ashes." (PE, s.v. "Carvaka I." -- MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 39).

"ha<emeq kiy-rekeb barzel" ['made-profound, surely, a vehicle of iron'] (S^apat.iym 1:19).

Tereus, having become "the hoopoe flutters in pursuit, crying ... (where? where?)." (GM @46.d)

{The up-and-down flutter ("HMB") of the hoopoe is reminiscent of that of flying-saucers.}

Cf. the Bodish prophecy, "When the Iron Bird shall fly, the dharma will come to the West."

Benthesi-kume became mother-in-law to Eu-molpos :

"Mount Mother[-]in-law[-]law[-]merry.

"the three sons of <anaq." (S^apat.iym 1:20) [\<anqa>\ 'legendary bird, griffon' (DMWA, p.761b)]

"His Eleusinian co-priestesses ... the daughters of [Keleos] ... earned him the dying forgiveness of King [Tegurios]" (GM @47.c) [\tenguros\ = \orneon poion\ 'invented or postulated bird']

The great god's daughter died here." (CM&S, p. 81 5:7:3)

"brought a large force of [Thraikians]" (GM @47.d).

"for the hundred deities." (CM&S, p. 80 5:7:2)

"sent to descry Beyt->el. {here, mal>akiym had been seen climbing a ladder : cf. the helical staircase in a belltower}

"his youngest daughter [Otionia]" (GM @47.d). [\otion\ 'auricle (earlobe)']

"Mount Drumbell." (CM&S, p. 80 5:7:2) {allusion to \eardrum\?}

(Now the name of the city before was Luwz.)" (S^apat.iym 1:23) [\lawz\ 'almond' (DMWA, p. 1036a)]

{Allusion to the usual "almond-shaped" eyen of space-aliens arriving aboard flying-saucers?}

"with a trident blow at

"for making arrow shafts." (CM&S, p. 80 5:7:1)

"dwelt in Gezer among them." (S^apat.iym 1:29) [DMWA, p. 146b : \JaZR\ 'to sink or ebb (of water)']

[Makrai]" (GM @47.e). [\makrai\ 'bathtubs']

"Mount Rest[-]give" (CM&S, p. 80 5:7:1). {some persons relax themselves in a bathtub}

"would dwell in mount H.eres" (S^apat.iym 1:35).[\h.eres\ 'itch' (Strong's 2775)]

"was succeeded as priest by ... [Keruk-]" (GM @47.f). [\kerukion\ 'eye-salve {for itchy eye?}; pointed stones' {for scratching?}']

"came up ... to Bokiym" (S^apat.iym 2:1). ['weepers' (Strong's 1066)]

"[Ion] reigned" (GM @47.g). {Ion "assumed power. He founded a town which he called [Helike] after his wife." (DCM, s.v. "Ion", p. 234a)} [Arkadian \helike\ 'crack willow, Salix fragilis' : cf. "weeping willow"]

Vaidik god BHaGa, whose eyen are blinded.

"Kuws^an-Ris^<atayim" (S^apat.iym 3:8). [\ris^<atayim\ 'double vexation'] {are both types of food accounted as mere vexations?}

"wineless libations" (GM @47.g).

"like quail eggs." (CM&S, p. 80 5:7:1) {raw egg would be praeferred over wine, at least by teetotalers}

"<atniy->el" (S^apat.iym 3:9). [\<ATiN\ 'impudent, insolent']

"Boreas ... complaining that he had wasted too much time in words" (GM @48.b. ["Boreas threatens" (Th"Boreas" -- Aiskhulos : Oreithuia)]

Praxi-thea became mother-in-law to Boreas when

"The River Tie[-] mother[-]in[-]law" (CM&S, p. 80 5:6:14).

he carried off OREI-thuia (GM @48.a). [\OREIon\ 'Hippuris vulgaris (mare's tail herb)' {"Edible ... Used to make soups"; "The whole plant is an effective vulnerary" (PFAF"HV")}]

"the bitters plant which looks like artemesia ... tastes sweet-and-sour. ... it will cure the ague [malara]." (CM&S, p. 80 5:6:14) {Malaria (\mal aire\, Spanish for 'bad air') could = Boreas.}

"on Mount [Haimos] ... [Ares] stables his horses" (GM @48.d).

"This mountain has ... numbers of wild horses" (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:13).

"<eglown" (S^apat.iym 3:12). [\ajil\ "pertaining to this world" (DMWA, p. 693b)] {the material world is often described as a world of mere dirt}

Namesake of a city (GM @49.2) in Malis {Skt \mala\ 'dirt'} district,

"The River Rough[-]plough" (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:12). [ploughs delve into soil;

"[Alope] ... "bore a son ... to expose on a mountain ... being suckled by a mare." (GM @49.a)

it is rough treatment for an infant to be exposed]

That infant son was found wrapped in a "rich robe" : "the disputed robe ... recognized it as cut from a garment belonging to his daughter." (GM @49.a)

Nala wore a robe which he had cut from a garment being worn by his sleeping wife, Damayanti. Soon afterwards,

"ordered [Alope] to be immured" (GM @49.a). [thus, her luck had indeed dwindled]

"The River Dwindle" (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:12).

"A big snake caught hold of her and began to swallow her." (PE, s.v. "Damayanti I.5)")

"transformed her body into a spring, named [Alope]." (GM @49.b)

"Mount Everstew." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:12)

Damayanti was told how "Empty pots are filled with water at a look" (PE, s.v. "Damayanti I.10)").

Koronis ['Crook-beaked Ship'] is

"frog-fish ... have white jaws." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:11)

daughter of Phleguas (GM @50.a). [\PHLEGmat-\ 'flame']

"Mount Bellows." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:11) [for fanning flames]

Crow is among the animal-gods abducting the Maize-god (Popol Vuh). [Sweet (not dried) maize, by being crushed, yieldeth

"the crow for not having pecked out ... [Khulos (cf. GM @50.c) 'Juice']'s eyes ... was turned black" (GM @50.b). [allusion to

"Po[-]kahi's husband ... Kau[-]kini ... went out ... for some birds ... and prepared them for cooking." (LG&Gh, p. 36)

Karo (named for Cairo, IL) maize-syrup (a sweet juice).]

the blackness characteristic of blackstrap-molasses?]

"The River Grain rises here" (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:10).

"laid on the funeral pyre" (GM @50.c). [a pyre is made of a heap of wood taken from a forest]

"a forest; its name is Grave[-]heap." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:10)

"[Apollon] motioned to [his assistant] [Hermes]" (GM @50.c).

"Mount Assist." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:10)

"Mount Long[-]stone." (CM&S, p. 79 5:6:9)

Dirghika ('Somewhat-long'; PE, q.v.) suffered her husband's being cursed by Man.d.avya under identical circumstances as likewise did S`ila-vati ('Stone-providing'; PE, s.v. "An.iman.d.avya 3)" -- Brahma[n]-an.d.a 42).

">eh.uwd ... took ... from his right thigh" (S^apat.iym 3:21).

"As for [Iskhus] {\iskhion\ 'joint in which the thigh turns'} :

"There are numbers of whirlyturtles ... . ...

"And the haft also went in" (S^apat.iym 3:22). [as if it were a wedge for wood-splitting]

... was killed ... with a thunderbolt" (GM @50.c). {levin-stroke can often split a tree}

They make a noise like wood being split." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:8)

"[Koronis]'s father ... came to Epidauros [\EPIDoURiton\ = \epiparastrophida\ = \epi\ 'after[wards]' + \parastrephein\ 'to turn aside'] ... . ...

"Mount Secret." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:8) [secret = divine mystery]

Man.d.avya cursed Dharma to become redincarnate as (PE, s.v. "An.iman.d.avya 2" -- MBh, "Adi Parvan" 107) vIDURa {cf. \epIDaURos\}.

[Koronis] gave birth to a boy, whom she at once exposed ... .

Ka-holo gave birth to a boy, whom her husband's sistre Po-kahi tossed into the sea; but

"And they tarried till they were ashamed" (S^apat.iym 3:25). [they were loth to meddle]

There, Aresthanas ... Loth to meddle with a divine mystery, ... piously turned away" (GM @50.d).

a female kupua, Hina-ulu-ohia, rescued that boy (LG&Gh, p. 37)

Athene [goddess of wisdom, who

"The River Lively arises here" (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:7).

A girl-child is discovered amidst a "red mist" (LG&Gh, p. 38).

"unto S`<iyrat." (S^apat.iym 3:26) [\s`u<uwr\ 'to understand intuitively';

Having been informed via her harkening unto the sound audible from within large snail-shells,

\s`a<ar\ 'bristles' (DMWA, p. 553a)]

is shielded by her aigis]

Lau-ka->ie>ie 'Leaf [of] the >ie>ie' (LG&Gh, p. 39) -- a spiny-leafed liana [reminiscent of the defensive shield of Athene] --

provided "golden bands" (GM @50.e) to

"Mount Papermulberry." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:7)

sent a woman who exhorted her own sistre Lau-a-nau 'Leaf of Papermulberry' (LG&Gh, p. 40), both of whom were wafted aloft by

"S^am-gar (S^apat.iym 3:31). [\ys^iymown\ 'desert' + \gir\ 'chalkstone' {this being a white mineral}]

Erikhthonios [who may be "a procreative wind from

"Mount Whitestone." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:6)

wind-god Makani-kau, who soon changed a big shark into stone (LG&Gh, p. 41).

"Siysra> [\sas\ 'moth (Strong's 5580) + \ra>ah\ 'to see' (Strong's 7200)], which

the heather-clad mountains" (GM @25.2)]. {butterflies commonly suck blooming heather}

"contains numerous purple stones" (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:5).

{Calluna vulgaris (known as "common heather", or as "ling") hath mauve (pastel purple) blossoms.}

dwelt in H.ros^et ['carving' (Strong's 2799)]" (S^apat.iym 4:2).

"[Asklepios] ... became so skilled in surgery" (GM @50.e). [applied surgery being a form of carving]

"Dbowrah ['bee' (Strong's 1682)] the wife of Lappiydowt ['torches' (Strong's 3940)]" (S^apat.iym 4:4). {torch-smoke can hindre bees from stinging, whilst also afflicting the eyen}

"The River See" (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:5).

Afterwards, Makani-kau met a flying flock of >i>iwi [\>iwi\ (H-ED, q.v.) 'twitching of the eye'], carrying with them

"[Athene] had ... given two drops of ... blood" (GM @50.e). [drops of fluid are wont to drip]

"Mount Drag[-]drip." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:5)

prince Kawelona (LG&Gh, p. 42). [\kawelewele\ (H-ED, q.v.) 'ropes attached to a fishnet' (for dragging the net through the sea behind a moving canoe)]

"Mount See[-]all." (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:4)

"Look upon ... the glowing East, and a royal rainbow ... the sun-pictures in the water" (LG&Gh, p. 43).

"Baraq" (S^apat.iym 4:6). [\BARQan\ 'thorn' (Strong's 1303)]

After Asklepios was "killed" (GM @50.f), (GM @50.g) Zeus later restored [Asklepios] to life."

[Tona myth] "They ... throw away his ... head ..., and with Malay apple leaves he is brought back to life." (HM, p. 483)

{Malay-apple (Syzygium malaccense) is somewhat similar to (Aegle marmelos ) the woody-rinded fragrant wood-apple, though its (Ae.m.'s) treebark is armed with long straight spines.}

It was with his left hand that left-handed >eh.uwd did the grasping of a dagger = fusion-energy to generate helium in core of the Sun.

"the left hand of his image holds the cone of a pistachio-pine {Wovoka the Paiute neglected to invoke this Hellenic holy idol!};

{Coyote [among the animal-gods abducting the Maize-god (Popol Vuh)] stole the pine-nuts (myth from Paiute and Shoshone tribes in Nevada and in Utah).}

TRITa AptYa [Skt \ap\ = Hellenic \opos\ 'plant-sap'] is the Vaidik god symbolizing the "nuclear" ['pertaining to nut' : pine-nut] fusion of TRITIum.

"And she said, I will surely go with thee" (S^apat.iym 4:9).

"The River Ease[-]follow"(CM&S, p. 78 5:6:3).

but in [Epidauros] it rests on a serpent's head" (GM @50.h).

[Fiji myth] "a serpent-god ... created coconuts" (PME, s.v. "Serpent-God 2").

Burmese asterism "Thuade, a great snake's head" (A&ACS, p. 185).

"the clanking of brazen vessels" (GM @51.a).

"The River Crossgoblet" (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:3).

"Daphnis ... as the Pythian priestess" (GM @51.b).

"Lau-ka-[>]ie[>]ie heard her brother's voice calling her from the sea." (LG&Gh, p. 45)

"there is a bird ...;

"Ka-poe-kino-manu (the people who had bird bodies)" (LG&Gh, p. 46).

"H.eber [\h.abbar\ 'cuttlefish, squid' (DMWR, p. 180b) : these mollusks are renowned for their ability to shift their body's coloration as camouflage] ...

it is ... scarlet ... and green" (CM&S, p. 78 5:6:3).

"a feather house covered with rainbow colors." (LG&Gh, p. 47)

"with golden songbirds perched on the roof" (GM @51.c). {location of gargoyles of cathedrals!}

"Mount Gable. ... On the ... flank there is Heron Valley." (CM&S, p. 77 5:6:3)

"on the brow of the highest precipice of the valley."

(LG&Gh, p. 47)

"a mirror lowered into her well by a rope." (GM @51.e) [by a rope made of white fleece?]

"Mount Whitesilk[-]ram." (CM&S, p. 77 5:6:2)

pitched his tent unto the plain of S.a<nayim" (S^apat.iym 4:11). ['double loading-up of beasts of burthen' (Strong's 6813) : \z.a<uwn\ 'camel carrying a litter or a load' (DMWA, p. 679b).

At Lebadeia is the oracle shared betwixt the twain sons of Erginos the Argonaut (GM @51.i). ["Although he was quite young his hair was white" (DCM, s.v. "Erginus 2", p. 149b). Cf. Daniye>l 7:9-22; Apokalupsis of Ioannes 1:14-15]

"There is a deity ... who ... has two heads. His name is Highhorse Reptile." (CM&S, p. 77 5:6:1) {This double-headedness must be a reason for the double lading in S^apat.iym 4:11.}