Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 6.2



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


"I will have mercy,

"while he ran to comfort [Iphi-klos] ...

and not sacrifice" (Matthaios 12:7).

forgot the knife!" (GM @72.e)

"behold, ... his hand withered" (Matthaios 12:10).

"Yabeys^ [Strong's 3001 'wither away']" (1st S^muw>el 11:1).

"one sheep, ... if it fall into a pit" (Matthaios 12:11).

{"at Abomey, So is represented as a ram ...; lightning is coming from his mouth" (WAR, p. 31).}

"he numbered them in Bezeq" (1st S^muw>el 11:8). [Strong's 965 \bazaq\ 'levin']

"Vow twenty red oxen to [Helios] ...

"by the time the sun be hot, ye shall have help." (1st S^muw>el 11:9)

"much is a man better ...? Wherefore it is lawful to do well on the S^abbat days." (Matthaios 12:12)

and all will be well." (GM @72.h)

"There shall not a man be put to death this day" (1st S^muw>el 11:13).

"Stretch forth thine hand. And ... it was restored whole" (Matthaios 12:13).

"in Heaven as on earth : hand washes hand." (GM @72.i)

"ye have not found ought in my hand." (1st S^muw>el 12:5)

"held a council against him ... [Matthaios 12:14].

"stand still, that I may reason with you" (1st S^muw>el 12:7).

"chased all three of them

"all the people greatly feared" (1st S^muw>el 12:8).

{Hickory-dickory-dock, the mouse ran up the clock.} {She having 'mice' on her every limb seduceth (EHAD "Ps&HSF" -- Jaiminiya Brahman.a 1.161-163) the son of thigh-born Kutsa, Indra's charioteer.}

to [Lousoi {source of river Stug-, upon which Olumpian deities swear their solemn oaths}] {\louson\ = \kolouron\ 'dock-tailed'} where

{Indra, with his thumb, pointeth (alike as hands of a clock) at the time-and-tide awaiting everyman-in-the-moon, which is made of mice's food, green cheese.}

"For Yahweh will not forsake his people for his great name's sake" (1st S^muw>el 12:22). [Upon this name, solemn oaths are sworn.]

But ... Iesous ... withdrew himself from thence :

they took refuge in a cave overlooking the river Styx.

"then people did hide themselves in caves ... [1st S^muw>el 13:6],

and great multitudes followed him" (Matthaios 12:15).

and all the people followed him" (1st S^muw>el 13:7).

"smoking flax shall he not quench" (Matthaios 12:20).

"And he offered the burnt offering." (1st S^muw>el 13:9)

"Then ... one possessed with a devil ... he healed" (Matthaios 12:22).

There ... regained their sanity and were purified"

(GM @72.j).

"Thou hast done foolishly : ... established thy kingdom" (1st S^muw>el 13:13).

"kingdom ... is brought into desolation" (Matthaios 12:25).

"But now thy kingdom shall not continue" (1st S^muw>el 13:14).

"spoil his goods" (Matthaios 12:29).

"Anaxagoras" (GM @72.k). [\wanax-agoras\ 'Winner of Market'] {In the market-oikonomy, success is commonly through competition, spoiling the sales of goods by competitors.}

"And the spoilers came out of the camp" (1st S^muw>el 13:17).

"He that is not with me is against me; and he ... scattereth abroad." (Matthaios 12:30)

"rebels against the royal House could be put to flight merely by displaying his shield." (GM @73.a)

"And another company turned the way ... : and another company turned" (1st S^muw>el 13:18).

"whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him" (Matthaios 12:32).

" [Strong's 948 \buws.\ 'bleached']" {"bleached" = sins whitened / cancelled}

"every idle word ... shall give account" (Matthaios 12:36).

Akrisios (GM @73.a) [\a-krisia\ 'indecision'] {indecision may be accounted as futile/idle}

"If they say thus unto us ... . [1st S^muw>el 14:9]. But if they say thus" (1st S^muw>el 14:10).

"there shall no sign be given to it" (Matthaios 12:39).

"neither side gained the advantage" (GM @73.a).

"behold, every man ... was against his fellow" (1st S^muw>el 14:20).

"he saith, I will return into my house ...; and when he is come, he findeth it empty" (Matthaios 12:44).

"Beyt >awen ['House of Nothingness']." (1st S^muw>el 14:23)

"Gastero[-]cheires ['Belly-hands'], ... as masons, ... fortified" (GM @73.b). [These divinities' hands may be restraining bellies from obtaining food.]

"Cursed be the man that eateth any food" (1st S^muw>el 14:24).

"seven other spirits more wicked ... enter in and dwell there" (Matthaios 12:45). [These spirits entre a mortal's body in order to afflict that mortal.]

"imprisoned [Dana[w]e] in a dungeon with brazen doors" (GM @73.c). [the body's soul is restrained and afflicted]

"And all they of the land came" (1st S^muw>el 14:25).

"fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit, some an hundredfold" (Matthaios 13:8).

"came ... in a shower of gold" (GM @73.c). [TL-MRJ \NWB\ 'gold' is cognate with Strong's 5108 \NoWB\ 'fruit'.]

"Mount Gold[-]star." (CM&S, p. 68 5:1:7)

"into the wood, behold, the honey dropped" (1st S^muw>el (14:26).

"But blessed are

"broke it open and found both ... still alive." (GM @73.c) {What a blessing!}

your eyes, for they see" (Matthaios 13:16).

"If you eat it, you won't get things in your eye." (CM&S, p. 68 5:1:6)

"if ... he is divided against himself, how shall then ...?" [For a person to be mentally divided into opposing opinions, can be a source of anguish.]

"It is effective for {viz., against} mental anguish." (CM&S, p. 68 5:1:6)

"mustard" (Matthaios 13:31).

"the island of Seriphos" (GM @73.c). [\seriphon\ 'Artemisia maritima']

"It is called the paper mulberry." (CM&S, pp. 67-68 5:1:6)

"the birds of the air come" (Matthaios 13:32).

">iym" (1st S^muw>el 15:4). [Strong's \t.ala>\ 'variegated, speckled' {do these "birds of the air" have speckled plumage?}]

"a woman took, and hid ... till the whole was leavened." (Matthaios 13:33) [Leaven is able to raise bread; which expression can be used as a pun on raising/rearing young children.]

He took them [including the woman, Dana[w]e] at once to his ... King, who reared Perseus" (GM @73.c). [The king reared/raised the boy Perseus from the latter's childhood.]

"said unto the Qeniym ['nesters'] {nest = place of adoption-and-raising of child Perseus},

"That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the ... world" (Matthaios 13:35).

"asked them to contribute one horse apiece as a love-gift." (GM @73.d) [hence the expression, to look at a gift-horse in the mouth, referring to opening the mouth in esoteric parables]

Go, depart" (1st S^muw>el 15:6). {It is needful to depart from the litterally external signifying by the

exoteric text of the TNaK, in order to discover its true referents, kept secretly hidden within it.}

"the [Gorgon Medousa]'s head." (GM @73.d) [the divine analogue for a shell-enclosed tree-fruit : the MEDUlla of the brain is pertinent] [\Medousa\ is also cognate with Hellenic \medu-\ 'sweet' and somewhat with Latin \madent-\ 'moist'.]

"a palm pod." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:6) [This is the shell-enclosed fruit of the palmyra-palm (Borassus flabellifer). This fruit's pulp is a sweet, moist jelly.]

{Goddess "Panai[-]veriyamman, named after panai, the Tamil name for the Palmyra palm" (W"List of tree deities -- Examples").}

"there shall be ... gnashing of teeth." (Matthaios 13:42)

"the [Gorgon Medousa] had ... huge teeth" (GM @73.e).

"this bleating ... and the lowing" (1st S^muw>el 15:14).

"like unto treasure hid {esoteric commentary is to be treasured} ...;

"Athene [Wisdom-praeceptrix] ... warned ... never to look at [Medousa] directly, but only at her reflection" (GM @73.f). [never to look at the TNaK directly, but only on esoteric commentary]

the which when a man findeth, he hideth" (Matthaios 13:44). [rendring it not visible]

"still needed ... the dark helmet of invisibility which belonged to [Haides]." (GM @73.g)

"he had found one pearl of great price" (Matthaios 13:46). {"He finds her an unpierced pearl ... with her maidenhead." (SWAN, p. 166)}

{Borassus-palm's sap's being spilled occasioned the viewing from below, by a brother, of his sistre's nakedness, "at which the sister was so ashamed" that she retreated upwards (Kei-Islands myth -- OM, p. 66).}

"a net ... was cast ..., and gathered of every kind." (Matthaios 13:47)

"needed ... a magic wallet to contain" (GM @73.g).

"shall sever the ... teeth." (Matthaios 13:49-50).

"snatched the eye and tooth ..., and would not return either" (GM @73.g). [when the Graiai were thus stripped of these body-parts of theirs, they were were effectively estopped from sharing these body-parts]

"Mount Strip-stop." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:6)

"the kingdom of heaven ... bringeth forth ... treasure ... old and new." (Matthaios 13:52)

"Perseus then ... flew [carrying with him this eye-and-tooth]" GM @73.h).

{PRaSena's brother Satra-ajit "travelled by air with that gem" (PE, s.v. "Prasena II.2)").}

"dropped the [Graiai]'s eye and tooth into

This syamantaka gem was acquired by Jambavant, named for Jambu : as for fruit of the Jambu-tree, "from their expressed juice is formed the Jambu river" (HHW:VP2, p. 116).

"the Nes.ah. [Strong's 5331 'goal'] of Yis`ra>el" (1st S^muw>el 15:29) [Strong's 5332 \nes.ah.\ 'fruit-juice' cognate with \NaD.D.aH.ah\ (DMWA, p. 1140b) 'sprinkler' .]

"they were astonished, and said, Whence ...?" (Matthaios 13:54)

Lake [TRITon]" (GM @73.i). [The 100 cities prophesied, at that lake-interior's isle Phla, are dependent on (GM @154.g -- Herodotos 4.179) Triton's "brazen tripod" invaluble : and as for "The girl without price," A-priate (DCM, q.v.),

Jambavant was surprised that he had resisted Acyuta Kr.s.n.a, and gifted to him the gem.

{Vaidik god TRITa Aptya entred a water-well, but could not exit until he was astonishingly rescued thereout.}

"And said ..., this is Ioannes Baptistes ... risen from the dead; and therefore mighty works do shew forth themselves in him." (Matthaios 14:2) [By this saying was intended, that there had come about a restoration of his miracle-working power.]

TRaMBelos (cognate with \TR.N.a-Bin.d.u\) threw her.]

Jambavant restored memory necessary (for further miracle-working) to (PE, s.v. "Jambavant 2)" -- Rama-ayan.a, "Kis.kindha Kan.d.a") Hanumant, who had been deprived thereof by (PE, s.v. "Tr.n.abin.d.u II.2") Tr.n.a-bin.d.u.

"the daughter of [H.rod (Strong's 2733)] danced" (Matthaios 14:6).

"[Poseidon] sent ... a female sea-monster to devastate" (GM @73.j).

"Gandharva women ... disturbed his [Pulastya's] penance by their dances" (PE, s.v. "Tr.n.abin.d.u II.1)"), so that

[Andro-mede] was to "be his [Perseus's] wife" (GM @73.k). Their sons include (DCM, p. 551 : Table 31) ALKeus (\alke\ 'elk') and LiKUMnios (\likmos\ 'winnowing-fan').

he married Tr.n.a-bin.d.u's daughter Manini. Among their grandsons are ALaKa-adhipa (PE, s.v. "Kubera 15)(xii)") and KUMbha-karn.a (PE, q.v.).}

"he saw [Kepheus] ... watching" (GM @73.k). {"entrusted him [KEPHeus] with ... a bronze vase." (DCM, s.v. "Cepheus 1" -- the other hero of this name, howbeit).}

"Scarlet copper is abundant on its summit" (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:5). {could "Scarlet copper" refer to artificially litterary plagiarists (Hellenic \KEPHen\)?}

"he departed thence by ship into a desert place far away" (Matthaios 14:13).

"a bed of ... sea-weed {growing on sea-rocks, seaweed could be described as "born from" those rocks}

"Mount Spume." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:5)

{Of "the sea ... the spume" generated "a boy, who ... saw a girl sitting on a rock from which she had just been born" (myth at Minhassa in northeast Sulawesi - OM, p. 66).}

(which instantly turned to coral)" (GM @73.k).

{Tu-te-koro-puna ['Standing-the-Oldman-Coral']

"was forced to snatch the [Gorgon]'s head" (GM @73.m).

beheaded swimming-woman Ruku-tia (Maori myth -- OM, p. 40).}

"Peter {cf. saltpeter?} was come down out of the ship" (Matthaios 14:29).

">gag said, Surely the bitterness ... is past." (1st S^muw>el 15:32) [\ma> >uJAJ\ "bitter, salty water" (DMWA, p. 6a)]

"stretched forth his hand, and caught him, and said ..., ... wherefore ... doubt?" (Matthaios 14:31).

"placed ... in a more honourable constellation" (GM @73.n).

"he shall play with his hand, and thou shalt be well." (1st S^muw>el 16:16)

"Greeted by a storm of insults" (GM @73.o), Perseus remained effectually deaf to these.

"Mount Onion-deaf." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:4) {having many layers (as if an onion) of patience?}

"a circle of boulders ... in Seriphos." (GM @73.o)

"ringworm." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:3)

"at S`owkoh" (1st S^muw>el 17:1). [Strong's 7753 \s`uwk\ 'a hedge']

"shall fall into the ditch" (Matthaios 15:14). {a ditch is commonly employed for drainage of land}

"struck Akrisios ['Indecision']'s

"Mount Drain {any making of decisions may drain one's mental energy}[-]

{Tapu-waewae is (in Maori idiom : M-PCD, q.v.) the term for

foot and killed him." (GM @73.p)

hog." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:3)

the sacred hoof of a pig.}

"his disciples came ... saying, Send her away; for she crieth after us." (Matthaios 15:23) [They apparently deemed her to be idly loitering.]

"King [Teutamides (i.e., son of Teutamias) : \TEUTAsMos\ = \strangeia\ 'loitering'] was holding in honour of his dead father" (GM @73.p).

"saith unto them, How many ...? And they said, Seven" (Matthaios 15:34). [reminding them not to be forgetful] [The seven days ('day' is \DIes\ in Latin) in a week are derived from the hypothesis of 7 skies ('sky' is \DYau\ in Samskr.ta) in Heaven.]

[the name of this son of Teutamias is (Iliad 2.843) \Lethos\ ('Forgetful').]

"you won't be forgetful." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:2)

"wicked and adulterous generation" (Matthaios 16:4).

"carried [Marpessa] away from the midst of a band of dancers." (GM @74.e)

"the sign of the prophet Yownah" (Matthaios 16:4).

["Yownah found a ship" (Yownah 1:3). (made of wood, and, of course, hollow)]

"the [Dios-kouroi] ... hid inside a hollow oak" (GM @74.g). {"Mwindo climbs to Heaven through a hollow tree" (GuAM, s.v. "Mwindo", p. 170).}

"This chestnut tree has a square trunk {Heavenly mt Meru, square in cross-section, is largely hollow,

{"Hun batz ..., hun chouen, ... marooned in a tall tree, where they become monkeys ..." (DT:PV, p. 221).}

["go unto Nineveh, that great city" (Yownah 3:2).]

being inhabited within by various divine cities (so according to the Abhidharma).} ... and

["prepared a gourd ... to come up over Yownah, ... over his head, to deliver him from his grief." (Yownah 4:6)]

its fruit is like the melia" (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:2).

"hurled his spear ... and transfixed [Kastor]." (GM @74.g)

"thou comest at me ... with a spear" (1st S^muw>el 17:45).

"the sky is red and

"took the carved headstone ... and threw it at him" (GM @74.g).

"took thence a stone [the Persian word for 'sky' (\asman\) is etymologically the same as the Samskr.ta word for 'stone (\as`man\)], and slang it, and smote the ... forehead, and he

lowring" (Matthaios 16:3).

fell upon

"ye can discern the face of the sky" (Matthaios 16:3).

his face" (1st S^muw>el 17:49).

"Take heed and beware of the leaven" (Matthaios 16:6). [Latin \LEVameN\] {beware advocating illegitimate sex with another's female slave?}

"contrived to kill" LUNkeus (GM @74.g). [\lunk-\ 'lynx']

{"A Tahltan legend describes the lynx having sexual relations with a woman." (TAF"Lynx and Bobcat")}

"to the gates of <eqrown" (1st S^muw>el 17:52). [\<uQR\ 'indemnity for illicit sexual intercourse with a woman-slave' (DMWA, p. 736a)]

"Whom do men say that I the Son ... am?" (Matthaios 16:13)

"child." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:2)

"whose son is this ...?" (1st S^muw>el 17:55)

"said, Thou art the Mas^yah" (Matthaios 16:16).

"They have ascribed unto Dawiyd" (1st S^muw>el 18:8).

"Blessed art thou, S^iymown bar-Yownah" (Matthaios 16:17). [this is an allusion to : "in the belly [Yownah 1:17] of the fish". [usually understood as "whale" (a swimming mammal)]

"into [Kastor]'s belly" (GM @74.h). [\kastor\ 'beaver' (a much-swimming mammal)]

"she was given unto <adriy>el [\GADiR\ (DMWA, p. 780a-b) 'pool, pond' {: such may be created by a beaver's dam}]

"upon this rock I will build my church;

"setting up a trophy beside the Spartan race-course ...,

"Mount Stage[-]" (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:2) [relay-race?]

he prayed ... : '... let me not outlive ...!' Since ... he refused immortality" (GM @74.j), however, such a prayer-wish was rather sly-and-cunning.

the Mh.olatiy." (1st S^muw>el 18:19) [\MiH.AL\ 'slyness, cunning' (DMWA, p. 1051a).]

and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." (Matthaios 16:18)

"to spend their days alternately in the upper air, and under the earth at Therapne. [As egress from, and ingress into Haides, they must have been freely admitted into-and-out-from the very "gates of hell".]

[This mutual doubling (alternation) of residance-localities is somewhat reminiscent of the double sets of mutually-assisting rotors in a pulley : \MaH.Alah\ 'pulley' (DMWA, loc. cit.).]

"And I will give unto thee the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven : and

In further reward ..., ... set their images among the stars as the Twins." (GM @74.j)

{"this is also the beginning of their celestial career" (DT:PV, p. 221).}

"what can he have more but the Kingdom?" (1st S^muw>el 18:8)

whatsoever {such as, goitre?} thou shalt bind ... shall be bound {by seaweed, such as at Te Reina?} ... shall be bound in heaven :

"some herb-benjamin laid upon a table." (GM @74.l) [with Strong's 1144 \binYAMiyn\, cf. 3220 \YAM\ 'sea', so that 'seaweed' might be implied as the herb]

"If you eat it, it will cure a goitre." CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1) {The only sort of herb which can cure goitre would be seaweed, on account of its content of iodine-compounds.}

"brought their <arlowt (praeputia)" (1st S^muw>el 18:27). {Circumcision was (acc. to Herodotos) unknown in Yis`ra>el, so sea-produce is implied instead.}

and whatsoever thou shalt loose ... shall be loosed in heaven." (Matthaios 16:19)

"Next morning, ... the room was empty" (GM @74.l). [This is intending to imply that this shrine was miraculously opened with miraculous keys.]

"behold, there was an image" (1st S^muw>el 19:16); but otherwise the room was empty, devoid of persons.

"whosoever will lose his life ... will find it." (Matthaios 16:25) {whatsoever rat will abandon its shipbound livelihood will thus save its life?}

"the saviours of ship-wrecked sailors ...

"There is ... here ... the bruin-rat." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1) {Rats are known to desert a doomed ship.}

"So Dawiyd fled, and escaped" (1st S^muw>el 19:18).

"For the Son of Man shall come in the glory ... with his angels" (Matthaios 16:27).

come hastening through the sky" (GM @74.m).

"Ruwah. >lohiym was upon the angeloi ('messengers')" (1st S^muw>el 19:20).

"And he was transfigured before them : and his face did shine as the sun, and his raiment ... as the light." (Matthaios 17:2)

"by night, the phantoms of the [Di[w]os-kouroi] ... turned him back." (GM @74.n) [It may be implied that these phantoms were glowing in the dark.]

"It can cure bad eyesight." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1) {Could the praeternatural brilliance of a transfiguration cure poor eyesight?}

"that is in S`ekuw" (1st S^muw>el 19:22). [\miS`Ka\ "niche (for a lamp)" (DMWA, p. 565a)]

"sat on a wild-pear tree, and spirited away the shield" (GM @74.o).

"an apricot tree ... . Its name is the sheath-plant." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1)

"he stripped off his clothes also [unsheathed himself], and

"behold a voice out of the cloud" (Matthaios 17:5).

"They are the patrons of all bards who sing" (GM @74.p).

prophesied ... in like manner" (1st S^muw>el 19:24).

{Spotted hounds were attired alike to humans : "All their clothes, their moccasins and trousers were embroidered in beads." (ACAIM, p. 124)}

"They dress alike" (GM @74.p). [have, in common, a praedilection for an identical attire-style]

"The River Common rises here" (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1).

"by the stone >ezel" (1st S^muw>el 20:19). [\>azal\ 'spent yarn' {: yarn for stringing stone beads?}]

{"He opened his mouth to complain" (ACAIM, p. 129).}

Proitos sent a complaint, via sealed epistle (GM @75.a).

S^a>uwl vehemently complained (1st S^muw>el 20:30).

{""Here's where we cross. You will have to hang on to us." They flew way up." (ACAIM, p. 130)}

"in peace, ... between me and thee ... for ever." (1st S^muw>el 20:42)

"he is lunatick" (Matthaios 17:15). [changeable as the moon in its phases]

"the seer [Polu-[w]eidos {'of diverse shapes'}] ... advised ...

{to advocate a plethora of multiple viewpoints : *\weido-\ is cognate with French \view\}

"feigned himself mad ...

"faithless and perverse ..., how long ...?" (Matthaios 17:17)

stamping {cf. scrabbling} his moon-shaped {lunatic} hoof." (GM @75.b)

hands ... scrabbled" (1st S^muw>el 21:13).

"say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove" (Matthaios 17:20). [in a dream]

"Mount [HELIkon]" (GM @75.b). [cognate with Latin \SALIre\ 'to leap' : "the mountains leaped" (Thilliym 114:4).]

"Howbeit this kind {because it is so very contrarious} goeth not out but

"Anteia {'contrarious'} ..., whom some call [Sthene-boia]" (GM @75.a). [\sthenes\ 'strong' {: strong-wllled, willful}]

by prayer and fasting." (Matthaios 17:21)

"the cave <dullam" (1st S^muw>el 22:1). [\<uDUWL\ 'abstention, renunciation' (DMWA, p. 697b)]

A king's progeny are "free" (Matthaios 17:26) from tax-obligations. [\muH^TaR\ 'free to choose, having the choice' : \>iH^TiyaR\ 'option, free will' (DMWA, p. 309a)]

"winged horse" (GM @75.b). [winged entities are often considered "free" : "free as a bird"]

"thicket (forest) of H.eReT" (1st S^muw>el 22:5; Strong's 2802).

"cast in an hook, and take the fish that first cometh up {with its lip pierced by the hook}; and

"[Pegasos] was ... at [PEIRene]" (GM @75.c). [\PEIRein\ 'to pierce']

[\H^uRT\, \H^aRT\ (DMWA, p. 269b) 'bore-hole, drill-hole' {: intended to bore, into the populace, a sense of willingness for revolt against the king}]

when thou hast opened his mouth, thou shalt find a piece of money" (Matthaios 17:27). {this must surely intend a mythic capricorn as if a "goatfish"}

"the [Khimaira {'nanny-goat'}] ... between her jaws a lump of lead" (GM @75.c).

{"All goatfishes have the ability to change their coloration depending on their current activity." (W"Goatfish") [figure-of-speech for political "turncoat"]}

{"His sister drew in her mouth with a sucking noise" (ACAIM, p. 131).}

"The ... [Amazones] ... he conquered by ...

{"two little girls, tiny beings they were. They

held each other's hands. They ... slapped each other." (ACAIM, p. 134)}

"it were better ... that a millstone were hanged around his neck, and

dropping large boulders on their heads." (GM @75.d)

that he were drowned in the depth of the sea." (Matthaios 18:6)

"prayed that ... [Poseidon] would flood the Xanthian Plain behind him." (GM @75.d)

"the Xanthian women hoisted their skirts to the waist and came rushing towards him" (GM @75.d).

{"He saw she was making sacks from grass." (ACAIM, p. 136) [In Austronesia, women wear grass skirts, which these "sacks" might resemble.]}

[These women were lusciously offering tasteful enjoyment of their bodies, as if sweetly jujube-"dating".]

"Mount Sweet[-]jujube." (CM&S, p. 67 5:1:1)

"Nob [Strong's 5108 \nowb\ 'fruit'], the city of the priests" (1st S^muw>el 22:19).

{Cognate with \Q<IYLah\ : GILe (ECM&F, q.v.), a heroine "Unable to bear his [any man's] looking upon her nakedness",

"[Bellero-phontes]'s modesty was such that he turned tail and ran; and

{"The people went to the prairie. ... They ran" (ACAIM, p. 139).}

"went to Q<iylah ... and brought away their cattle" (1st S^muw>el 23:5).

resulting in a "vast and stormy lake".}

the waves retreated with him." (GM @75.d)

"woe to that man by whom the offence cometh!" (Matthaios 18:7)

"had fallen into a thorn-bush {with a similar result to a touchstone's streaking, by abrading, of a mineral-sample},

"strongholds ... in the hill of H.Kiylah" (1st S^muw>el 23:19). [\miH.aKK\ 'touchstone' (DMWA, p. 227b)]

wandered avoiding the paths of men" (GM @75.f). {similar to isolation in army-outpost}

"Sela< ham-Mah.lqowt ['stronghold of the (army-)divisions']" (1st S^muw>el 23:28).

"if thy hand or thy foot offend thee {viz., by walking oneself into danger, so that one must abruptly

"went in to cover his feet" (1st S^muw>el 24:3).

cut short one's advancing on foot}, cut them off" (Matthaios 18:8).

"cut off the ... robe privily." (1st S^muw>el 24:4)