Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 5

Towrah & Seper Yhows^uw<a & Seper S^apat.iym; CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVES (Q[uellen] Eu-angelion)

Edda of I`S-LAND;


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


"was gone up to mount Tabowr." (S^apat.iym 4:12) [\tibr\ 'gold dust, gold nuggets' (DMWA, p. 108b)]

"at Lebadeia ... lodge in a building dedicated to Good Fortune ... {it is by good fortune that a gold nugget is found},

"Mount Sunny[-]waste ... has a great amount of gold." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:15)

bathing only in the river Herkuna [goddess HERKO-unna (Luk. 153) at Lebadeia] (GM @51.i). [\HERKO-peza\ 'thorn-hedge']

"briar ...

"fled away on his feet." (S^apat.iym 4:15) {The context is slightly similar to that of the Hamdis-Ma`l, wherein, likewise, a royal tyrant is subject to execution.}

and cardamom." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:14)

A daughter of KARDAMa [Skt \kara\ 'hand'] married Marici [Homeric \mar\ 'hand']. (PE, s.v. "Kardama I." -- Bhagavata 3) {Hand assisteth foot in the Hamdis-Ma`l.}

"fled away to ... Ya<el ['Ibex' (Strong's 3277)] the wife of H.eber the Qeyniy" (S^apat.iym 4:17). [\qen\ 'nest' (viz., of polyamory)]

"he feeds on sacred flesh ... of a ram" (GM @51.i). {sheep, goats, and antelopes are closely-related ungulates}

"covered him with a s`miykah ['rug' (Strong's 8063)]." (S^apat.iym 4:18) {thus covered to facilitate dreaming about dead royalty?}

S`aMIka (PE, q.v. 2)(ii) -- MBh, "As`va-medha Parvan" 35:8) "was present ... when Vyasa called up ... the souls of dead kings."

"she opened a n>owd [\mu-nadim\ 'drinking-companion' (DMWA, p. 1117b) = jinniy evoked via mah.lab ('cherry')?] of

"There are many jade gemstones" (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:14). [jnuwn-denizens as "lively stones" in Emerald City of Tris-megistos?]

h.alab [\h.ulbah\ "yellowish grains" (DMWA, p. 234a)]." (S^apat.iym 4:19)

"The River Yellowsour rises here and flows north to

{Sometimes, ma-h.lab "is made into a paste with honey" (W"Mahleb").}

"holding in either hand a barley-cake mixed with honey." (GM @51.j)

"petah. ['opening of' : cf. Nas.uray god Ptah.->il (Ginza)] the >ohel [\>uhuwl\ 'to get married' (DMWA, p. 41a)]" (S^apat.iym 4:20).

"he is pulled through as if by the swirl of a swift river" (GM @51.j).

empty into the Great River." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:14)

"took a yated ['peg, stake' (Strong's 3489) = \watid\ 'peg, stake' (DMWA, p. 1227a)] of

"is presently returned ... to the bottom of the chasm [from a region below that bottom of the chasm]" (GM @51.j). [so that an ascension is involved]

"Mount Ascension." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:14)

UDDHava {[\uddhu\ 'to rouse, cause to rise' (aequivalent to "ascension")] apparently cognate with <arabiy \WaTiD\} went to the hermitage of Badarika (PE, s.v. "Uddhava", p. 804a -- Bhagavata 11:29). [\badarika\ 'fruit of the jujube (red date)']

"he consults the ghost of Trophonios who is in serpent form" (GM @51.k).

"The River Dragon[-]more rises here"(CM&S, p. 76 5:5:13). {more advice}

Pala-medes (GM @52.a). ["But the enthusiasm shown by [Pala-medes] ... was to bring about his downfall." (DCM, s.v. "Palamedes", p. 336a)]

"Mount Malignforce[-]tail." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:13) {malign forces induce downfalls}

an >ohel ['tent']" (S^apat.iym 4:21). {This caerimony of sphragis (sigillum) [antique form of chrism], applied to the brow, is apparently intended to make out of Siys-ra> a secondary husband (gigolo) for Ya<el.}

"Carmenta" (GM @52.a). [Latin \carmen\ 'tune, song', old form (L&Sh:LD, q.v. -- Varro:L.L.) \casmen\, possibly cognate with \castrum\ 'tent', thus referring to hymn-singing in "tent-mentings" of religious "revivals".]

"she brought forth butter" (S^apat.iym 5:25).

"The River Nipple" (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:12).

"looked out at a ha.llown ['window'], and cried through the >es^nab ['lattice']" (S^apat.iym 5:28). [\s`anab\ (pl. \>as`nab\) 'moustache' (DMWA, p. 569b)]

{Hellenic \kinklid-\ 'lattice', apparently cognate with Skt \S`inkha-pa\ and with Skt \s`ikha\ 'hair-tuft' [cf. moustache]}

Citra-s` ['Variegated-Hairtuffed'; PE, q.v. -- MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 336:29] is the term collectively applied to the Saptar.s.i-s ['Seven Sages'].

"to every man ... two" (S^apat.iym 5:30).

"moreover, [KADMos]" (GM @52.c).

"The River More" (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:12).

Anarta king KAkuDMin ['having a hump on the back' : characteristic of the dromedary, the dromedary being regularly fed fruit of the jujube/date]

" ['extremity of'] ha-mis^<enet ['the walking-stick' from \s^a<an\ 'to lean' (Strong's 8172)]" (S^apat.iym 6:21). [\s`a<niynah\ 'palm-branch' (DMWA, p. 555a)]

"[Rheia] ... pressed her fingers into the soil" (GM @53.a). {the palmtree's midriff is compared to the palm of the hand, with its long leaflets compared to fingers}

"Mount Good[-]more." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:12)

\Jambee\, "a kind of walking stick" (WNUUD) [cf. Latin \gamba\ 'hoof'], may relate to the "fabulous river ... formed by the juice of the fruits of the immense Jambu tree".

{[Namesake of the Tarantella dance,]

Anarta ['dancing-academy']'s

Gid<own "wringed the dew out of the fleece, a bowl full of water." (S^apat.iym 6:38)

the city TARANT- (Tarentum) was founded "when it rained out of a clear sky" (DCM, s.v. "Phalanthus", p. 363b). [\phalanthos\ (< *\BHALanDHo-\) 'BALD on the bregmat-'] [\bregmat-\ "drenching with rain"]}

"Bright blue jade is abundant" (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:11). {blueness of this mineral = blue ("clear") sky of the wife of Phalanthos amongst the Parthenians in Lakonia/Lakonike}

scholar Veda-ratha (PE, s.v. "Anartta 2)", p. 89b) may be related to Ratha-viti, who married his daughter to S`yama-as`va at the requaest by king TARANTa (PE, s.v. "Ratha-viti", p. 644b -- Sayan.a-bhas.ya) [\taranta\ "a hard shower" (Un.. k.)]

{Cognate with \h^urb\ 'hole' would be

"Mount Stage." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:10) [for performance of drama? -- if so, are these performances to be watched through peek-holes?]

'carob' \h^arruwb\ (DMWA, p. 269a) is

or, in extenso, \h^arbas`a\ 'to scrawl, scribble'.}

The Daktulai (female finger-goddesses) "excited great wonder ... by casting magic spells" (GM @53.a). {In their written guise, magical spells may appear as if scrawled or scribbled; for, they tend to be written in unfamiliar foreign or esoteric scripts.}

"Mount Carob." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:9)

The Daktuloi (male finger-gods) "first discovered ... Mount [Berekunthos]" (GM @53.a) {Pontic name \Berekuntias\ = Apeliotes (the East Wind)}, and afterwards

"Mount Dawn[-]song." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:8) {dawn is more spectacular in the East}

"came to [Elis] {\heli-anthes\ = 5-petaled (for 5 fingers of each hand) kistos (rockrose) flower} and raised a temple to propitiate [Kronos]." (GM @53.b)

"Mount Success[-]butt. ... Its plants are mostly gentian." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:7) {Cognate with \Kronos\ is Skt \karan.a\ 'causal' : it is in the Causal Plane that siddhi ('success') with gaining praeternatural spirit-helpers is achieved.}

Cognate with \Gentian\ (an Illurian -- modernly Albanian -- royal name) is, in the Puru dynasty, \Jantu\ (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "Vana Parvan" 127-128) of the golden body-mole [reminiscent of the Golden Age praesided over by Kronos] on his left flank.

"pitched beside the <eyn H.rod ['Well of Trembling' (Strong's 5878)]" (S^apat.iym 7:1).

The Tel-khines [probably cognate with Skt \Kala-khan~ja\] "blighting ... by means of ... Stygian water." (GM @54.b)

"There are wells ... which contain water in winter but

"Every one of them that lappeth the water with his tongue, as a dog lappeth" (S^apat.iym 7:5).

are dry in summer." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:6).

So as to capture the Kalakeya-s, Agastya "dried up" water "by drinking it." (PE, s.v. "Kalakeya(s) (Kalakhan~jas) 3)" -- MBh, "Vana Parvan" 101)

"the host fled to ... S.ererah" (S^apat.iym 7:22). [Strong's 6887 \s.arar\ 'to cramp']

"they all fled overseas; some to ...

"Mount Leap." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:6)

[Orkhomenos]" (GM @54.b). [cognate with \orchid\]

"pawlonia [Paulownia]; ... white peony" (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:5). [noted for their blossoms]

"Magic mists were raised by willow spells." (GM @54.2)

"Mount Twig[-]vale." (CM&S, p. 76 5:5:5)

"Z>eb [Strong's 2062 'wolf', cognate with \di>b\ 'jackal' (DMWA, p. 354b)] they slew at

in Lukia, "they ... tried to placate him [Apollon] with a new temple" (GM @54.b); but they were unsuccessful in this endeavour; for, Apollon, "disguised as a wolf", effectively turned a deaf ear to their prayers prayed therein, as if they were dumb-mutes.

"Mount Onion[-]deaf." (CM&S, p. 75 5:5:4) [Strong's 1211 \bes.el\ 'onion'; \\ 'onion, bulb' (DMWA, p. 76a) -- cf. bulb-shaped dome of conventional masjiyd] [\h.eres^\ 'deaf' (Strong's 2795) : cf. \>ah^ras\ 'dumb, mute' (DMWA, p. 272b)]

\\ could be cognate with Skt \Bhu-pala\, name of son of Soma-pala [Soma-pa/Soma-la (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "Sabha Parvan" 11:49), leader of 4th of 7 categories of Pitr.-s (PE, q.v., p. 591a)].

the winepress of Z>eb" (S^apat.iym 7:25). ["and blood came out of the winepress, by the space of 1,600 furlongs (stadia)" (Apokalupsis of Ioannes 14:20) -- quite a veritable deluge-flood!]

"destroyed the Teumessian [Telkhines] with a flood" (GM @54.b). [\teum-\ 'fashioned' (with cutting-tool)]

"Mount Hang[-]axe." (CM&S, p. 75 5:5:3) {during deluge, birds hold onto underside of sky (Californian tribal myth); sky's sharp edge choppeth migrating birds (Siberian tribal myth)}

"there are numerous birds ... . They make a noise like

as for the Telkhines, "some are still living in [Sikuon]." (GM @54.b) [Sikuon (locally called \Sekuon\) was formerly named \Mekone\ (Strabon 8:6:25) : \mekon\ "a metallic sand" (Poll.7.100).]

the rasping of metal." (CM&S, p. 75 5:5:2) [rasping of metal would produce metallic particles, similar in appearance to metallic sand]

the Empousai (GM @55.a). ["Empousa, then.--At any rate the whole face is glowing with fire" (Th"Empousai"-- Souda, s.v. "Empousa").]

"Mount Head." (CM&S, p. 75 5:5:2)

"[Empousai] ... will lie with men by night, or

Mount Lewd[-]bed." (CM&S, p. 75 5:5:1)< (S^apat.iym 8:12). ['Shade hath been Denied' (Strong's 6759)]

at the time of midday sleep" (GM @55.a). [midday is the time most lacking any shadows]

I[w]o[w]i [Latin \io\ 'huzza! hurra!']

"Mount Cheerlift." (CM&S, p. 75 5:4:9) [i.e., a cheery expression, intended to uplift one's mood]

over whom [Iung- (< *\wi-SUN~J-\)] had cast a spell" (GM @56.a). [that "spell" being intended to make her more familiar with Zeus]

Skt \VI\ 'bird; widely' + \SUN~Ja\ 'knowing well, famiiar with'.

"by way of [Kolkhis]" (GM @56.b). [is this a pun on \KOLaKEIa\ 'flattery'?]

"shrubby flatter-bamboos." (CM&S, p. 75 5:4:8)

"Zeus had ... touched her" (GM @56.b). [males (men) are fond of fondling (touching) the body of a female (a woman)]

"Mount Male." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:8)

"cast every man the nezem" (S^apat.iym 8:25). [\nezem\ 'nose-ring' (Strong's 5141)]

"[Epaphos] ... was rumored to be the divine bull" (GM @56.b). {oxen are commonly led about by a ring through their nostrils}

"the pygmies make perpetual war with the cranes" (GM @56.b). [the crane's ability to crane the neck rivaleth the wryness of the wryneck-bird Iung-]

"Rock crystal is abundant" (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:7). [via the optical polarization by a crystal, the location of the sun, whenever daytime the sky is overcast, can be found (for orientation, as in Viking navigation) -- this may require some craning of one's neck]

"in an [Euboian] cave called [Boo:-saule]" (GM @56.c). [\saulos\ 'waddle' : a langorously swaying gait, intended to suggest langorous emotion]

"The River Float[-]moat" (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:7). [a defensive dike, \moat\ is from Low Latin \mota\ (in allusion to \motacilla\ 'water-wagtail') : cf. Latin \motus\ 'emotion']

"put it in his city, even in >aphrah" (S^apat.iym 8:27). [possibly intended as some sort of pun on Strong's 5777 \<owperet\ 'metallic lead'? But if this be the true reading of an obsolete text, then, in such a text, Gid<own must himself be a Midyaniy, of the tribe <eper. The name \GID-<own\ would suggest the coast city Jiddah; with \-<OWN\ suggestive of affiliation with the cult of the \<awwiym\ (earlier name of the Plis^tiym).]

"Picus ... sent ... to ... [Iwowi], and outraged her ... . ... [Iwowi] ... continued ... to Mount [Silpion] {\S^elep\ (Strong's 8026) : \s^alap\ 'to pull out'} ..., and therefore founded a second [Io-polis] in Syria" (GM @56.d). [this IWoWi-polis is, of course, identical with <IWWah (Strong's 5755), from verb \<avah\ 'to crook' (Strong's 5753), referring to crooking of one's fingers, as, e.g., when knocking on a door : wherefor, (GM @56.d) "the [Io-politans] knock at one another's doors ... every year, using the same cry" (namely, \<iwwah\).]

"Mount Bear[']s[-]ear." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:7)

{"Bear-Moccasin ... also wore a bear's ear on the head ... ." (MBI, p. 143)} {"He explained the dream ..., and ... Then, ... tried to rape the wife of the chief in full view of the camp." (MBI, p. 146)} {"Now the friend of Bear-Moccasin ... saw ... the canine teeth were gone [because they had been taken out (MBI, p. 145)] ... ." (MBI, p. 146)} {Cf. the Vaidik divine canine (bitch) Sarama [< *\SaLAMa\, cognate with English \SLAM\, scil., a door -- an action even noisier than knocking loudly on it].}

Sisara ['metallic lead-producing' : \sisa\ 'metallic lead' + \-ra\ 'producing'] is reckoned as god-husband of goddess Sarama : this couple might be aequivalent to Telephos and Hiera (DCM, q.v.; possibly from *\Sisera\), this couple's sons being Tarkhon (DCM, s.v. "Tarchon"), who

"all the House of Millow>" (S^apat.iym 9:6). [\millu>\ 'consecration' (Strong's 4394)] {being consecrated as king might involve donning a white wig atop

"Mount White[-]

"was born with white hair".

one's shaven pate}

{apparently cognate with \S^elep\ is \s`ilf\ 'blade (with edge for shaving)' (DMWA, p. 566a).}

edge." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:6)

"set the [strong]hold on fire" (S^apat.iym 9:49).

Phoroneus (DCM, q.v.; from *\GHwoRONeu-\) "was ... the first to discover the use of fire" (GM @57.a). [use would entail the fire's heat]

GHRAN.a-s`ravas (PE, q.v. -- MBh, "S`alya Parvan" 45:57) is "always immersed in yoga". ['Heat's Descendant of Renown' (from \ghr.n.a\ 'heat')]

"Draw thy h.ereb" (S^apat.iym 9:54). [\h.ereb\ 'sword' (Strong's 2719); but probably intended as a pun on \h^arruwb\ 'pod' (DMWA, p. 269a)]

"its fruit is borne in pods." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:5)

"Mount Handle. ... The River Floodcarve rises here" (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:5).

ASamAN~Ja "used to throw little children in the Sarayu river" (PE, s.v. "Asaman~jasa (Asaman~ja) 2)"). [\ASAN~Jana\ 'a handle']

"married [Tele-phassa ('Far-Shining')], otherwise called [Argi-ope ('Flash-Face')]" (GM @58.a). [these names would be epithets suitable for mica]

"It has ... quantities of soapstone." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:4) [soapstone is a talc-schist; talc is similar to mica]

Her sons include

KiLIK- [\LIKno-n\, \LIKmad-\ 'winnowing-fan'] and

"Mount Winnow[-]tail." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:4)

Thasos (GM @58.a). [\thaso-\ < *\DHADHYo-\]. On Thasos, they "work its rich gold mines." (GM @58.d)

"the otter." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:3) {According to the Niflung-Ljo,d, the Otter-god guardeth a hoard of gold.} {Returning home "In the spring, ... she paid the Otter for his services." (N-L"C&O" -- Assiniboine myth)]

DADHY-an~c illegally taught the Madhu Vidya (PE, s.v. "Dadhyan~" -- R.c Veda 1:17:166). [\madhu\ 'honey; spring-season of the year' + \vidya\ 'lore']

Oudaios (GM @58.g). [\oudaios\ 'on the ground; under the ground']

"a badger" (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:2). [the badger is known for its aptitude for digging into the ground]

Kadmos (GM @59.a). {"cadmium compounds are used as red ... pigments, to color glass" (W"Cadmium").}

"There are quantities of red quartz on the summit." (CM&S, p. 74 5:4:2)

Harmonia ['Harmony' (of sweet sound)] (GM @59.b).

"The River Sweet" (CM&S, p. 72 5:4:1).

"while chasing a deer in the forest" (GM @60.g). [the deer was hoofing it]

"Mount Stag[-]hoof." (CM&S, p. 72 5:4:1)

She met and "saved the life of [Lunkeus] ...; and

"The god of luck, Great Meet, ...

helped him ... to the city of [Lunkeia ('of the Lynx')]" (GM @60.k).

is human and has a tiger's tail. ...

"to light a beacon as a signal that he had reached safety, undertaking to answer it with another beacon" (GM @60.k).

When he comes out and goes in, there is a blaze of light." (CM&S, p. 72 5:3:5)

"[Aiguptos] ... died, and was buried ... in a sanctuary of Serapis." (GM @60.n) [Ser-apis is a blend (combination) of two gods : "a cult of this combination god, named Osirapis (or Userhapi, Asar-Hapi), had existed in Egypt prior to the rule of the Ptolemies." ("S(S)CG")]

"Mount Blend." (CM&S, p. 72 5:3:5)

"like sieves." (GM @60.l) {In Magyar usage, sieves are employed for divination.}

"numerous yellow cowrie shells." (CM&S, p. 72 5:3:4) {In Yoruba usage, cowrie-shells are employed for divination.}

"were killed by [Hera] in a fit of jealousy." (GM @61.a)

"The River Hustlebustle" (CM&S, p. 72 5:3:4).

"At last she [Nemesis] took to the air as a wild goose" (GM @62.a).

"The River Upright[-]turn contains numerous flying-fish" (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:3).

"Zeus, pretending to be a swan ..., took refuge in Nemesis's bosom" (GM @62.b).

"the cormorant ... will ... give them sex appeal." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2)

"she [Lede] laid an egg from which hatched [Helene]" (GM @62.c).

"This mountain helps in giving birth to girl babies." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2)

"promising rich bridal gifts" (GM @63.a).

"When she calls, it is like clinking jade" (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2).

"shaped a cloud into a false [Hera]" (GM @63.c).

{With magnifying-power second-sight (as possessed by Ingo Swann), the nimbus of the subtle-body can be witnessed in its reticular (net-like) aspect.}

"The goddess of the mountain, Warrior[ess] Net, presides over this place." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2)

"His wife, known by different names" (GM @64.a).

"there are many wasps of different kinds here." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2)

"[Endumion] ... fell into a dreamless sleep." (GM @64.b)

"Yu:'s father was metamorphosed" (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2).

"preserves the bloom of youth ... at Olympia" (GM @64.b). [green (raw, callow) youth, as of a "greenhorn"]

"Mount Green[-]waist. This is, in truth, the Secret City of the Great Deity." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:2)

"at the funeral games of Azan [Azanes is (according to Stephanos of Buzantion) the land of Zaan < *\DYaWAN\] -- son of [aRKad-]" --

DYUtimANt (PE, s.v. "Dyutiman II." -- MBh, "S`anti Parvan" 234:33) gave his country to RC.ika.

Aitolos [WAITOLo-] "accidentally ran over


Apis [WAPI-]" [Skt \VAPI\ 'pond, pool']

"The deity Incense Pool" (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:1).

"in a chariot-race" (GM @64.c). [In vehicle-races, the track may be steeply inclined at turning-places.]

"Mount Steepbank." (CM&S, p. 71 5:3:1) [cf. steeplechase]

"rubbing them in their hands." (Loukas 6:1) [allusion to massaging]

"its name is the horse-belly [curried (massaged) on their belly].

"did take and eat the shewbread" (Loukas 6:4). [this is the holy eucharist, of God become a human]

In appearance, it has a human face

"if the salt have lost his savour, ... it is thenceforth ... to be cast out" (Matthaios 5:13).

Pugmalion ['Pygmy, Midget' + Latin \allium\ 'garlic, onion' [an ingredient (W"Mulukhiyah -- Levantine cuisine") in the "Jew's mallow (Corchorus olitorius)" broth muluwh^iyah (DMWA, p. 1080a), as distinct from maliyh. 'salt']

and a tiger's body. It eats humans." (CM&S, p. 70 5:2:9)

Thus is ("GThS7"; LBM) "the human being that the lion devours; and the lion will become human." This quip may be an allusion (on account of \lion\ [Hellenic \le[w]on\]'s cognacy with Skt \Lavana\ 'Salt') to [supposedly] salt (Strong's 4417 \melah.\).

"whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery." (Matthaios 5:32) [This might well apply to Aphro-dite; for, her husband had contemplated divorcing her (GM @18.c).]

"made an ivory statue of her [Aphro-dite] and laid it in his bed" (GM @65.a). [so as to encounter her, during dreaming, as entred through the dream-Gate-of-Ivory]

"The River Person rises here" (CM&S, p. 70 5:2:9). [The signification may be human impersonation of a deity's divine spouse.]

{It is the regular custom amongst tribesfolk in the Ivory Coast (of West Africa) for any person formally married to a deity to keep, in that person's bed, a doll repraesenting that deity.}

"Love your enemies {herbs a little harshly in contact with one's body could be labeled as "enemies"}, do good them" (Matthaios 5:44).

"[Galateia : \GALATion\ = \galairion\ = \galion\ 'bedstraw' (Galium verum) {herb on bodily-contact-familiar terms with one's self}] bore

"Mount Creeper[-]

A liana-creeper, by its bodily clinging, may indicate its friendship (priya) : and as for Priya-vrata ('Friendship-Vow'),

"sendeth rain on the just and the unjust." (Matthaios 5:45) [Strong's 3138 \yowreh\ 'rain' is cognate with Latvian \juras\ 'sea, ocean'.]

[to] him ... [as daughter, Metharme]." (GM @65.a)[\meta\ 'after' + \harmat-\ 'chariot' : after a chariot hath been driven over soil, there will remain in its track a rut, whereinto rainwater may drain]

drain." (CM&S, p. 70 5:2:9).

"The ruts made by his chariot wheels became the seven oceans" (HMV&P, p. 86, fn. 3).

"there was a man whose right hand was withered." (Loukas 6:6) [\hand\ may be an allusion to Eo-hippos, the five-fingered, five-toed ancestor to the extant horse]

[One of the daughters of Metharme is Orsedike : here, \ors-\ might be cognate with English \arse\, referring (in the case of any horse) to the "withers".]

"And they were filled with madness [intending to wreak harm, vengefully]" (Loukas 6:11).

Aiakos "went vengefully in pursuit, and

"Mount Lone[-]thyme ['thyme' \thume\, in its form \thumos\, hath the meaning 'anger' (often vengeful)].

"there went virtue out of him" (Loukas 6:19). [was he temporarily incapacitated, as if lapidified?]

found him [Zeus] ... transformed into a rock {which is likewise the substitute for Zeus, as swallowed by Kronos} ... .

"Give to every man that asketh of thee" (Loukas 6:30). [donations]

[Asopos] still moves slowly ..., and lumps of ... coal are often fetched

Black [cf. coal] donations are accepted

"Be ye therefore merciful" (Loukas 6:36). {"The quality of mercy is not strained. It falleth as the gentle dew" (Shakespeare).}

from his river bed." (GM @66.b).

It has ... a great amount of water." (CM&S, p. 70 5:2:8)

by (GT&CP&NWF, vol. 2, p. 138) the D.akaut [named for the praeternatural D.aka-s & D.akini-s, who keep "hidden" in rivers (as DunKards)] when

"good measure, pressed down ..., and running over" (Loukas 6:38). [when crushed, oilseed will yield abundant oil]

"[Aigine] ... Zeus ... lay with her in the form ... of a flame" (GM @66.c). [is this flame fueled with oil?]

"Mount Rape[-herb]. The River Rape[-herb]" (CM&S, p. 70 5:2:7). [this herb is cultivated mainly for its oil]

they also receive (GT&CP&NWF, vol. 2, p. 138, fn. 4) "oil of rapeseed".