Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 7.1







CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVES (Q[uellen] Eu-angelion); E`IREISH MYTH (VMDB)

HELLENIC STANDARD SEQUENCE (Apollodoros) OF MYTHIC EVENTS [forwards sequence]

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

SCHITSU’UMSH MYTH (ACAIM) [forwards]; NIMIIPUU MYTH ("MNPI") [backwards]






The epistle in the possession of Io-bates slanderously vilified Bellero-phon; but Io-bates's contrition earned his becoming forgiven (GM @75.e).


Coyote unwittingly insulted Grizzly by claiming to be of "my kind"; but Coyote's being forgiven for this faux pas is manifested by his being revived (ACAIM, p. 140).

"if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out" (Matthaios 18:9). [Do pluck out from thyself (as though with a hook), any unseemly praesumptuousness.]

"presumptuously undertook a flight to [Olumpos]" (GM @75.f). [His "eye" (his intent on becoming divine) offended the real deities.]

"The River Hook." (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:8)

"proud one" (ACAIM, p. 140).


"a gadfly" (GM @75.f).

"the smelly-weevil." (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:8)

"all full of maggots." (ACAIM, p. 141)

"it is better to enter into life with one eye" (Matthaios 18:9). [Better to be altogether unaware of the divine world, than (through being aware of it) to claim oneself's being divine.]


"a single eye" (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:8) .

"ate grass." (ACAIM, p. 142) [The expression "the grass is greener on the other side" can referr to single-mindedly setting one's "eye" (desire) on some exotic site -- even a divine realm.]

"always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven." (Matthaios 18:10)


"it has a white head" (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:8).

"He dipped fat off the meat with a spoon and put it on Cricket's mouth" (ACAIM, p. 143). [thus cricket's mouth is rendred white.]

"he rejoiceth more of that sheep,

"[Pegasos] ... Zeus now uses ... as a pack-beast" (GM @75.f).


"Hold on to my belt." (ACAIM, p. 144) [a pack-beast's pack is fastened in place with a belt]

than of the ninety and nine" (Matthaios 18:13). {Cf. 99-armed Vaidik god Uran.a, cognate with Hellenic \Ouranos\ 'Sky' : whereas Persian \asman\ 'sky' is cognate with Skt \as`man\ 'stone'.}



"he flew suddenly down on the rock and it split into pieces." (ACAIM, p. 144)

"between thee and him alone" (Matthaios 18:15). [viz., of private (cognate with \privet\) concern]

"had fallen into a thorn-bush" (GM @75.f).

"numerous privet bushes." (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:8)

"Put your legs under my arms" (ACAIM, p. 145). [under = between]

"let him be unto thee as a heathen man and a publican." (Matthaios 18:17)


"You are absolutely no good !" (ACAIM, p. 146)

"whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven." (Matthaios 18:18) [By evading all other humans on earth, one may evade the "angels of destruction" in Heaven.]



"pulled the string and took it off the neck of the wind." (ACAIM, p. 146) [set free (loosed) the wind on Earth and thus in the atmosphaire]


{Qayin wandred about the land, lonely and accursed.}

"wandered about the earth, lonely and accursed, avoiding the paths of men" (GM @75.f).


"put the moccasins on, but only to beat them" (ACAIM, p. 150).




"This animal eats humans, and it also

"Grizzly ... would bite your head." (ACAIM, p. 151)

"until seventy times seven." (Matthaios 18:22) {Is this the numeric of the sea-cucumber?}

Sikuon 'Cucumber' (GM @76.a). [cf. the sea-cucumber, a much-relished gourmet delicacy in Chinese cuisine]

eats reptiles and snakes." (CM&S, p. 64 4:4:7)

"He cooked the fish" (ACAIM, p. 151).

"ten thousand talents [of metallic money]." (Matthaios 18:24) [new-minted coins can be "flashed" (displayed).]


"When they move about they flash." (CM&S, pp. 64-63 4:4:6)

"fished up a knife" (ACAIM, p. 152). [a metallic knife, flashable?]


Anti-ope's uncle exposed her boy-twin infants (GM @76.a).


"When the child was taken from its mother it disappeared." (ACAIM, p. 152)


On account of her boy-children, Anti-ope "was cruelly ill-treated ... by [GM @76.b] her aunt"

"Mount Child[-]


"took him by the throat" (Matthaios 18:28).

Dirke. [\dirkaia\ = \kirkaia\ 'Vincetoxicum nigrum (black-flowering hound-strangler liana)']

pawlonia." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:6)

"Chipmunk[-girl] was convulsed with giggles." (ACAIM, p. 159)

"from your hearts" (Matthaios 18:35) [the heart is enclosed within the thorax]

"Mount Kithairon" (GM @76.b). [\kithara\ 'thorax']


"my back hurts." (ACAIM, p. 159)

"nor more twain, but one" (Matthaios 19:6). [with application of appropriate matching, distinctions between persons are eliminated.]

Zethos (GM @76.c) [cf. \zotheke\ 'livingroom for repose (rest) while awake']

"Its name is the match[-]rest." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:5) [a livingroom may contain matchingly-upholstered furniture]

"He has stripes at the back of his head and on his back. His eyes and his tail are striped." (ACAIM, p. 162) [instance of pattern-matching]

"there be eunuchs, which have themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake." (Matthaios 19:12) {This advocacy of self-castration by males may have been to exclude themselves from possible impraegnation of any female.}

"the people of ... Tithorea" diligently hindre an action which "would increase the fertility" (GM @76.c). [\tithor-\ is the perfective form of verb \thore\ = \thornumai\ 'I mount (scil., a female), impraegnate']

"Mount Awe." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:5) [Such awe would naturally be "for the kingdom of heaven's sake".]

"They made the noise of transformation and became stars." (ACAIM, p. 162) [This is the outright attainment-of-heaven, for heaven's sake.]

"It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God." (Matthaios 19:24)

[The type of camel which would be expected here would be \bizarion\ (< *\BIDYARio-m\) 'suckling-camel'.]

"[Letoi = (GM @21.4 : vol. 1, p. 80) BrIZOi < *\BrIDYowi\] she [Niobe] had insulted." (GM @76.c)

[\Niobe\ (probably) 'bitter almond', related to \niopon\ 'oil of bitter almond', to refer (metaphorically) to the embittered social attitude accompanying ownership of private property.]

"They ... like retching." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:4) {Retching is to rid oneself of excess food, a possible metaphor for ridding oneself of material riches which inhibit oneself from doing spiritual deeds.}

{BID.ALa said : "One cannot do spiritual and physical deeds at the same time." (PE, s.v. "D.imd.ika", p. 242a -- MBh, "Udyoga Parvan" 160). [I.e., spiritual deeds are inhibited by richness in material possessions.]}

"Behold, we have forsaken all, and followed thee" (Matthaios 19:27) out of sheer fondness.

"Theban women ... wreathing their hair with laurel branches" (GM @77.a) in order to indicate religious devotion.

"contains many press-fish" (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:4). {Lat. \PREMo\ 'I press': cognate Skt \PREMan\ 'fondness'}

"Ask all the people for grass thread." (ACAIM, p. 165)

Recruitment is strung along throughout the day (Matthaios 20:1-9).

"Artemis found the girls spinning in the palace." (GM @77.b) [spinning thread for stringing?]


"He peeped in and saw the two girls stringing


"us, which have wrought ... of the day." (Matthaios 20:12)

[This assertion of working

"On the ... day, the Olympians themselves deigned" (GM @77.c).



is aequivalent to saying "have been applying elbow-grease throughout the whole livelong day".]

There is at "Mount [Sipulos < *\TIPulo-\ : Skt \TEP\ (< *\TeIP\) 'to ooze'] ... a stone which can still be seen weeping" (GM @77.c). {In the place for brain, foam (CBM, p. 29) : sud-foam can arise from grease (blended with lye-and-ashes).}

"The River Stone[-]grease" (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:4). [Perhaps the stone-outcropping thereat is oozing with petrol-grease.]


Pointedly asserted (viz., as a rebuke against unjustifiable private protest), "Friend, I do thee no wrong ... ." (Matthaios 20:13)

{awls (long, pointed cones) being manipulated (CBM, p. 30).}


dentalia." (ACAIM, p. 166) "her nose ... was white and shaped like a dentalium." (ACAIM, p. 167) [long, pointed cone]

"the mother of Zebedaios [\Zabdiy\ 'Giving' (Strong's 2067)]" made trouble for them by requesting that they be given honors (Matthaios 20:20-24).


"Mount Girl[-]stew." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:4) ["in a stew" can mean 'in a praedicament / trouble'.]

"The woman hid herself near the sweathouse." (ACAIM, p. 168) [sweathouse = stew]

"Tell the daughter of [S.iyown]" (Matthaios 21:5).

"asked her [Kainis] to name a love-gift." (GM @78.a)



[Strong's 6728 \S.iyown\ : \s.iyuwn\ 'waymark', "a monumental or guiding pillar" (Strong's 6725); \s.iyanah\ "conservation (e.g., of ... monuments)" (DMWA, p. 621b).]

Kainis "set up a spear ... and made ... sacrifice to it" (GM @78.a). {This "spear" is, in effect, a variety of monument; and "sacrifice to it" is a mode of conservation of it.}

"numerous red-dye fish" (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:3).

{Cf. "painting the sign of the White Swan red" ("OPhPTR") : such signs, as denotations (posted along a city-street) of places-of-business are very much instances of "waymark". }

"were come to Beth-phage" (Matthaios 21:1). {Strong's 6291 \PAG\ 'unripe fig', viz., status whereduring the fruit is entred by praegnant female fig-wasp laying her eggs therewithin.}

"their weapons rebounded harmlessly from her charmed skin. {This "charmed skin" must be the

gall enclosing a female fig-wasp hatched within fig-fruit.} However,


"They caught up with him and hit him with a stick which went all to pieces. ... . ... his mother was behind all this" (ACAIM, p. 169).

{"she filled the pail out of the fountain" (VMDB, 17).}

{two skull-headed goddesses pour water on naked god over tub (CBM, p. 31).}



"And they brought the ass, and the colt ...; others

the remaining [Kentauroi (composite human-stallions : figurative for male fig-wasps)] beat on her head

"Its sap can be used to dose horses in training." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:3)


cut down branches from the trees, and strawed [strewed] them on the way." (Matthaios 21:7-8)

with fir logs ..., and then piled a mound of logs above." (GM @78.b) {If the gall enclosing female fig-wasp hatched within fig-fruit be unopened by a male fig-wasp hatched within the same fig-fruit, then that female must perish.}

"There is a tree ... which looks like a poplar but ...


{Housekeeperess / hostess "wore ... A brooch of silver with studs of gold in her mantle" (VMDB, 17).}

{jewel on woman's thorax is bleeding (CBM, p. 31).}

its sap is like blood." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:3) {red dye from alder tree?}

{Cf. the tree whose sap is mistaken for heart's blood (Popol Vuh).}

"overthrew ... the seats of them that sold doves." (Matthaios 21:12)

{"full of birds, black and dun and speckled"(VMDB, 18).}

"Presently out flew a sandy-winged bird, which the seer [Mopsos] ... recognized as her [Kainis's] soul" (GM @78.b).

"Mount Tail[-]banner." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:2) [The bird's tail may be considered as an advertisement ("banner") for its soul-nature.]

"They came up on the other side as terns." (ACAIM, p. 169)

"a den of thieves" (Matthaios 21:13).

{a lair of head-hunters (CBM, p. 32).}



"Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings" (Matthaios 21:16).

{"are the souls of my children" (VMDB, 19).}




{"the midst of it white". (VMDB, 20)}

{white-bodied wormlike entity (CBM, p. 33).}

"looks like a chicken but it has a white head ... .


"saw a fig tree ..., and said unto it, Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward forever." (Matthaios 21:19)



its name is the ratfoot-sparrow." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:1) {Can a rat's foot be employed for cursing a fig-bush?}

"She said,"... I will sit on a tree near the houses of people and make my sound there when people have a death. ..."" (ACAIM, p. 170)

"digged a winepress" (Matthaios 21:33). {"they drank their fill of the liquor". (VMDB, 20)}

"to be given ... wine ... they ... believed themselves bewitched, and



"they caught him ..., and slew him." (Matthaios 21:39) {"they heard the noise of the ... smiting" (VMDB, 21).}

they killed [Ikarios]." (GM @79.a)


"kwtil" ("MNPI", p. 149). {\QaT.IL\ 'killing, murdering' (DMWA, p. 871a)}

"this stone shall be broken : but ... it will grind ... to powder." (Matthaios 21:44) {"they saw ... only the pure gravel and the green sand." (VMDB, 22)}

{skull-headed maize-goddess divining on tray of green sand (CBM, p. 34).}


"They were blown to the rock and touched it, then they were blown away again." (ACAIM, p. 173) {Cf. Bauddha description of kalpa's duration in terms of touching of stone mountain, as gradually wearing it away.}

[Breaking-and-grinding a stone may result in sparks.]

"His hound [Maira ('Sparkleress')] ... then dug up the corpse." (GM @79.a)

"dogwolf. It eats humans." (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:1)

"She ... dug out her husband." (ACAIM, p. 173)

"thou regardest not the person of men." (Matthaios 22:16) [Personages' official rank may be treated as if it were a mere mask.]

{God wearing red snout-mask including snub-nose (CBM, p. 35).}

"Masks are also hung ...,

"the snubnose" (CM&S, p. 63 4:4:1),

"Lightning peels off the bark at a certain season of the year." (ACAIM, p. 175, fn. 1) [Tree-bark might be woven (or made) into masks.]


which twist around


"It was the entrails that had become wrapped around his legs." ("MNPI", p. 150)


with the wind." (GM @79.a) {along with emanations of wind-gods,

"there are frequent winds." (CM&S, p. 62 4:3:9)


{"falling down through it, by reason of

caerimonial regalia emerging from opened sacred bundle


"distributed among them five ... quivers." ("MNPI", p. 149)

its tenuity like mist." (VMDB, 23)}

amid darksome mist. (CBM, p. 36)}

{"black eagle-tail for a crest ... producing a dense fog" (NAI, vol. 5, "Mandan", p. 49).}

"had a number of eagle-tails, and he gave them to his brothers-in-law." ("MNPI", p. 149)


{black foot topped with red maize-cob. (CBM, p. 37)}

{"Hasjelti ... carries a squirrel skin ..., and his head is ornamented with
an eagle's tail" (
M&LC&S "SPS-H").}

"was carrying half his leg

on his back." ("MNPI", p. 23) [p. 23., fn. 1 "Half-a-Leg-Man in Nez Perce is Tsiltsilxosye. It may be ... the name for squirrel."]


{Blue-faced god steameth his foot. (CBM, p. 37)}


"with a stone ... he sat the child up" ("MNPI", p. 22).

{"large nuts which remained floating on the sea" (VMDB, 24)} [coconuts float on sea]

{4 bubbles, each enclosing a naked man. (CBM, p. 37)} [bubbles burst apart= coconuts cracked apart]



{"a great stream rose up out of the strand of the island and went, like a rainbow, over the whole island" (VMDB, 25).}

"Toxeus [\toxon\ 'a bow (for archery)' ] ...

{allusion to "the tip of his bow" wherewith Pariks.it picked up a dead snake (PE, s.v. "Astika 3)", p. 94b)}


leaping over the fosse" (GM @80.a). ["paralleled by Remus's leap" (GM @80.2).]


""Let us try jumping over ...; the one who jumps over may have it all. I'll try first." Coyote succeeded, but Porcupine did not" ("MNPI", p. 22).


{Angular pathway (with footprints) leading from Xolot's temple. (CBM, p. 37)}

"Mount Stride[-]corner." (CM&S, p. 62 4:3:8)


{"the giant eight-sided silver pillar in the middle of the sea." (VMDB, 26)}

{platform is stood upon by god Xolotl. (CBM, p. 37)}

{" Pariks.it had a palace built on a single pillar in the middle of the ocean" (PE, s.v. "Astika 3)", p. 94b)}

"The old woman was grinding ... as she sang." ("MNPI", pp. 21-20) [with mortar-and-pestle : vertically-moving column]

{"a large silver net was found on one side of the pillar." (VMDB, 26)}

{net suspended from forehead (CBM, p. 38)}




{blankets suspended from foreheads (CBM, p. 38).}


waved a blanket

("MNPI", p. 20)

"island (standing) on a single pedestal" having "down in the base of the pedestal, closed door under lock ... that ... was the way by which the island was entered. " (VMDB, 27)

{White cross (= keyhole?) in black band (= lock?) around floating tree (= pedestal?) with black skeletal god (= "crowd on the top of the island"?). (CBM, p. 38)}



{Queen-goddess with her 17 adult daughters (VMDB, 28)}

{12 danceresses enter maw of earth-monster (CBM, p. 39).}




{Piercing of limb-joints is enacted in CBM, p. 40.}


"his penis stretched out and pricked his elbow. Soon his elbow swelled up large. Coyote took his bone awl and opened the swelling and a little boy came out."("MNPI", p. 20)

{king/captain Bran is seized via a string-clew by the queen-goddess (loc cit)}

{god is seized via his tree-forelock by a skull-headed goddess (CBM, p. 40)}



{sipped red berry-juice (VMDB, 29)}

{divine couple each sip red blood (CBM, p. 41)}




{6 floppy-footed persons emerge (CBM, p. 42)}

"it has six feet ... and ...


{"When the feathers were removed, the old bird bathed itself in a large lake." (VMDB, 30)}

{laughing god in black (vulture?)-winged vat (CBM, p. 42)} "Remus saw six vultures, whereas ...



{Afterwards, Ma`el Du`in himself bathed, achieving perpetual rejuvenation. (loc cit)}

{singing (rejoicing) man in skull-faced cauldron (senility abolished). (CBM, p. 42)}




{eye emerging from its socket in the face of monstrous leopard" (CBM, p. 43).}


"he saw two eyes in the air ...; it was Wildcat." ("MNPI", p. 19).

{Circular rampart (city-wall) revolving, interior of city visible through city-gate. (VMDB, 32)}

{large disk emitting ray (CBM, p. 43).}



{single cup is retained by renunciate pilgrim. (VMDB, 33) [Shell of ostrich-egg can be utilized as drinking-cup.]]

{Egg (white ovoid with yellow interior) emerging (CBM, p. 43).}


"they saw only one egg left." ("MNPI", p. 19)


{God (flying in bat-suit) transporting extracted divine heart (CBM, p. 44).}


"to cut out a piece of Coyote's flesh and place it" ("MNPI", p. 19).

{An otter regularly bringeth, unto the renunciate pilgrim, a salmon as provindre. (loc cit)}


Its name is the join-join fish." (CM&S, p. 62 4:3:7) {Because joining gods' things unto those gods?}

"the animals ate up all the fish." ("MNPI", p. 19)

"He got many fish but all were abnormal ; some were halves, some quarters" (ACAIM, p. 178) [These fractions needed being joined together.]

"Render therefore ... unto God the things that are God's." (Matthaios 22:21)

The gods ... decided in favour of the Palatine" (DCM, s.v. "Remus", p. 403a).]



S.adduwqiym "say that there is no resurrection" (Matthaios 22:22) once life be extinguished.

"snatched the brand from the fire, extinguishing it with a pitcherful of water" (GM @80.a).

"an area ... where the water jets up." (CM&S, p. 62 4:3:7).

"He built a fire on the ground" ("MNPI", p. 19).



TOXeus is half-brother to (born from the same mother, Althaia, as) Mele-agros.

{TAKS.a (PE, q.v.) is brother of Pus.kara.


"whose wife ...?" (Matthaios 22:28) [This dilemma could be uniquely solved by assigning her to the man bearing her name as his.]

"[Mele-agros {'guinea-fowl'}] {bird-suit-wearing god (CBM, p. 44).} ..., ...

This Pus.kara can be identified with [because they reside together at Pus.kara tirtha (PE, s.v. "Astika 1)", p. 94a)] that husband of Jaratkaru's who beareth her name.}



{Wind-headed smoke-serpent descending from sky with

"there are big snakes." (CM&S, p. 62 4:3:7)


"For in the resurrection they neither marry" (Matthaios 22:30), their passions being chilled.

white trapezoid (block of ice?). (CBM, p. 45)}


"Everything was ice from the river to the house." (ACAIM, p. 178-9)


{death-god half-kneeling beside double tree for banners (CBM, p. 45)}

{cf. "an enormous dogberry tree ...

"sat down beside a tree

in the shade." ("MNPI", p. 18)


the best javelin thrower in [Hellas],

grown from a javelin once thrown by [Romulus]" (DCM, s.v. "Romulus", p. 408b).}


Iesous Khristos queerly and ideosyncratically accounteth >ab-raham, Yis.h.aq, and Ya<qob as being not dead, but as-of-yet membres "of the living." (Matthaios 22:32)

might still be alive but for ... ." (GM @80.b)


"an old man who had smallpox." ("MNPI", p. 18) [If it had not been for smallpox, AmerIndians would as of yet be in paramount occupation of all the Americas.]

"he had put ... to silence" (Matthaios 22:34).

"declared ... that unless they withdrew their objection" (GM @80.d).


"They dived, the canoe with all its occupants, just as they were." (ACAIM, p. 178) [submergence = squelching of objections?]

"Thou shalt love ... hang all the law" (Matthaios 22:39-40).

"The truth was that [Mele-agros] had married [Kleo-patra], but now he felt a sudden love for [Atlante]" (GM @80.d).


The boy and Water Monster Woman had a child." (ACAIM, p. 178)

"Sit thou ... till I make ... thy footstool" (Matthaios 22:44). [A footstool is usually made woody.]

"[Hulaios ('Woody')] and [Rhaikos (\rhoikos\ 'bow-legged')]" (GM @80.f). {Sitting habitually on horseback can make oneself bow-legged.}


"the wood was from trees belonging to the poplar family"(ACAIM, p. 179).

"grievous to be borne ... on men's shoulders" (Matthaios 23:4).

"[Iphi-klees] alone contriving to graze its shoulder." (GM @80.g)



"Be ye not called Rabbi" (Matthaios 23:8) : i.e., do disregard this officious title.

A "javelin ... [Mele-agros] also flung and transfixed ... the boar" (GM @80.g).


{"Arjuna disregarded that order and shot the boar." (MBh, "Vana Parvan" 3 -- WL118395)

Reason-stretching doctrinaires award sanctity to mere money (Matthaios 23:16-19).

Stretching his reasonality, Mele-agros austerely awarded his valued prize (GM @80.g).

"Mount Tiptoe[-]heel" (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:7).

"With his arms upraised and standing on his tiptoes, he continued his austerities." (MBh, "Vana Parvan" 3 -- WL118395)}


Plexi-[h]ippos (GM @80.h). [\plexis\ 'plaiting']

"mat rushes." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:6) [These can be plaited to make a mat.]

"Fox went out and hired four bushes, one whose branches were tangled, one with braided branches" (ACAIM, p. 179).

"mint and anise and cummin" (Matthaios 23:23). {These spices are assistful of the digestive system's assimilation of other nutrients.}


"peach and plum" (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:6). {These fruits are assistful of the digestive system's assimilation of other nutrients.}

"the thorn branch passed him" (ACAIM, p. 182).

"strain at a gnat" (Matthaios 23:24).



"he ran into the pine needles and burst. The blood flew all over and a whole lot of mosquitoes flew out." (ACAIM, p. 183)

"That upon you shall come all the righteous blood shed upon the earth" (Matthaios 23:35) : the guilt therefor, with retaliation implied.

"The [Erinues ('Retaliatresses')] instructed ... to take the unburned brand ... and cast it on the fire.

"Mount Chief[-]child." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:6)

Chief-Child-of-the-Root "set ... afire" "all the awls", their deaths resulting in their being reduced to useful tools (ACAIM, p. 59).


[Mele-agros] felt a sudden scorching of his inwards" (GM @80.i).


{"Heated by his asceticism, the world is smoking in all directions." (MBh, "Vana Parvan" 3 -- WL118395)}

"ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars" (Matthaios 24:6).

"She answered : ... let me kill him." (GM @80.j)

"Mount Halberd[-]shoot." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:5)

Salmon was shot in the war between the Land and Water Animals.


"[Atalante] stooped ... just behind Melanion." (GM @80.k)


"she [Meadowlark] went with him


"by a precinct of Zeus {Zeus is often designated \Pater\ 'Father'; "inside" = "Mid"}, ... to come inside ... .

"Mount Mid[-]father." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:4)

to Wolf's house. ...


		

"ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation ... stand in the holy place" (Matthaios 24:15).

Vexed that his [Zeus's] precinct had been defiled ... ." (GM @80.l)


Soon Wolf's song was heard, "... the roof of the house stinks; it must be Salmon." ...  


"[Atalante] had ... born [Mele-agros] a child called [Partheno-paios]

{"Manasa[-]devi gave birth to a son ... named Astika." (PE, s.v. "Astika 1)", p. 94b)}


"Let them ... flee into the mountains" (Matthaios 24:16).

which she exposed on the ... hill" (GM @80.l).



"Neither let him ... return back" (Matthaios 24:18) :

Phokos was incautious enough to return to his homeland;


Four times Wolf came up to the door and jumped back. The fourth {5th?} time[, however, he became incautious.] ... 

"there should no flesh be saved" (Matthaios 24:22).

there he was promptly murdered, and his cadavre hidden (GM @81.b).


Then all died" by being murdered  (ACAIM, p. 120).


"behold, he is in the secret chambers;

Telamon "sailed ... into ... the Secret Harbour",

"numerous char fish." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:3) [Arctic char "skin becomes thick and leathery after cooking" (SFH"F--ACh"), much as a secret place may be difficult to penetrate.]

Chief-Child-of-the-Root "reached into the water and took out the throat of a monster fish. He made a canoe of it, got into it and rowed away singing his song." (ACAIM, p. 57 [secret song]


"to build a mole,"

whence

"Mount Allhook." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:3)

"He [Wolf's son] tracked them to the edge of a cliff", where

believe it not." (Matthaios 24:26)

"his eloquent plea" was "rejected" (GM @81.c).


his exhortation (not to deploy a weapon) was disregarded by Quiet (ACAIM, p. 121).

"cometh out of the east, ... even unto the west" (Matthaios 24:27).

Kukhreus [\kukhramos\ 'corn-crake (Rallus crex)', renowned for its migrating from continental Europe westward into Britain or even into North America;


"Kingfisher had hold of his hair and was washing it in the bucket." (ACAIM, p. 60) {"the bittern ... Matuku-tangotango [IEMM&L, q.v., p. 114a] ... washes his hair".}

"immediately ... those days shall the sun be darkened, and

is crepuscular (active at dusk); and




hath rust-coloured bars on the flanks and undertail] was "expelled by


"The Chief spied on him [Fishhawk] and saw him wringing the ends of his fingers in the pail." (ACAIM, p. 61) [These "fingers" may repraesent bar-markings.]


[Euru-lokhos ('Wide Ambush')]" (GM @81.d).

"It animals are mostly tigers." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:2) [Tigres tend to ambush, by assaulting their prey from behind.]



"[Telamon] married ... the captive [Hesi-one]" (GM @81.e). [\Hess-etea\ 'one must be beaten (scil., "by a woman")']


When asked "Are you my wife?", Toad-woman overcame resistance to her by Chief-Child-of-the-Root (ACAIM, p. 62).


"[Peleus] speared him [Euru-tion] accidentally" (GM @81.f).


In the making of his own spearhead, Splinter-Leg consistently injured himself (ACAIM, p. 61). 


"the gods had given [Peleus] a magic sword" (GM @81.h).



"[Peleus] ... had cut out their tongues" (GM @81.h). {Whenever, in kun.d.alini yoga, the "moon" is melted, a sweet savour is tasted by the tongue.}

"Mount Forked." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:2) [praesumably referrent to "speaking with a forked tongue"]

When Coyote became the moon (ACAIM, p. 62), "At night whenever anyone did anything Coyote announced the act to all the people" (ACAIM, p. 63) :

the moon shall not give her light, and



therefore, he was demoted from this office of being the moon.

the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken." (Matthaios 24:29).

"[Peleus] awoke to find himself ... surrounded by wild [Kentauroi]" (GM @81.i). {These Kentauroi must be mighty powers emanating from the Great-Attractor, which is located in constellation Kentauros.}

"There is an animal here which looks like an elk and

"Rabbit took a big spoon made of elk antler. ["Jackalope is an antlered species of Hare, native to the American West." ("JHR")] ...



it has fish eyes.

Rabbit took a bladder, blew it up and put it in his eye." (ACAIM, p. 69)

"And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven" (Matthaios 24:30). [This "sign" is, of course, the stauros hagios 'holy cross', whose outline is indistinguishable from that of a dagger (or of a straight short sword).]

"divined where the sword lay hidden and restored it" (GM @81.i).

Its name is the gentle-halberd." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:1)

"took up some jointgrass, pulled the joints apart and hid Rabbit in it." (ACAIM, p. 69) {Aztec day-sign Tochtli 'Rabbit' is aequivalent to Maya hieroglyph consisting of a cross amid 4 dots.}


Goddess "silver-shod Thetis" (Homeric Hymn 3 to Puthian Apollon -- Th"P--NTh")


{Silvern-robed "Illapa

"coming in the clouds" (Matthaios 24:30).

"turned ... into ... water" (GM @81.k).


brought rain" [cf. "cloud with a silver lining"];

"they shall gather together his elect from one end of heaven to the other." (Matthaios 24:31)

"The [Olumpians] attended, seated on twelve thrones." (GM @81.l)

"Mount Dappled[-]ram." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:1)

of llamas, "dappled ones to Illapa" are sacrificed (AHE, s.v. "IR").} {On account of a dappled red buck, "Warriors innumerable came to the Peace Lodge" (MNAI, pp. 262-5).}

"Now learn a parable of the fig" (Matthaios 24:32). [To a fig come wasps, laying eggs, some of whose larvae die, leaving their dead bodies within the fruit.]

"a golden apple [sic! : antique Hellenic \melon\ is proprely 'fruit (in general)', never 'apple' (unknown in Hellas until centuries later)]" (GM @81.n).

"Mount Corpse[-]




halberd." (CM&S, p. 61 4:3:1)

"I'll be a knife at the back of your dog head." (ACAIM, p. 70)