Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 7.2







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]





"know that it is near, even at the doors." (Matthaios 24:33)

"This ... was to be the protocatarctical cause of ... War." (GM @81.n)

"that kingdom will have frequent epidemics." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:17)


"till all these things be fulfilled ... my words shall not pass away." (Matthaios 24:34-35)

Peleus did not rescind his proffer for payment of indemnity, even "when the payment was refused by the Phthians" (GM @81.p).

"Its name is tape-hook." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:17) [\Tied up in red tape\ would mean 'at an impasse', such as with an unfulfilled praediction or an uncompleted contract.]




"It is good at getting high up into trees." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:17)

"Let's see if we can gobble up that tree." (ACAIM, p. 70)


"a fierce wolf ... glutted its hunger on these" animals,


""I might gobble you up," said Gobbler." (ACAIM, p. 70)

"But that ... knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven" (Matthaios 24:36). [No one at all knew of any fraud, even though such fraud might have been perpetrated.]

proffered as payment for the requested indemnity (GM @81.p). [It was fraudulent for the wolf to accept (allegedly on the Phthians behalf) the payment (in animals), without granting any indemnity.]

"will have great numbers of fraudulent strangers." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:17)

"There were lots of people there playing games." (ACAIM, p. 70) [Games are often won through fraud.]

"that evil servant ... shall begin to smite ...;

"the wolf ... made

"It makes a noise like a howing dog." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:17)



as if to spring at [Peleus]'s throat,


"Then he set the large hoop so it would hold

the mouth open" (ACAIM, p. 71).

The lord of that servant shall come ...

but Thetis glowered balefully ..., and turned it into stone" (GM @81.p).



And shall cut him asunder" (Matthaios 24:48-51).

"between the pieces of her dismembered body." (GM @81.q)


"told Rabbit to cut the giant up. He cut him all up." (ACAIM, p. 71} ['Cut up' is the meaning of the Zapotec day-sign corresponding to Aztec Tochtli 'rabbit'.]



"nine tails and nine heads, ...

"You will be the Nez Perce. You will have good heads." (ACAIM, p. 71)

"ten virgins, which took their lamps, and went forth to meet" (Matthaios 25:1).

"Thetis burned away the mortal parts ..., in order to make ... immortal by

It ... it the bane[-]reptile-niece." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:16)

"Each time a piece of Gobbler's body hit the ground smoke came up" (ACAIM, p. 71, fn. 1).

"very precious ointment ... poured it on his head" (Matthaios 26:7).

rubbing ... with ambrosia" (GM @81.r).

"Mount Duck[-]beauty." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:16) [Ambrosia may beautify.

"He rewarded meadowlark by putting around her neck a black medal ... which had belonged to bluebird." (ACAIM, p. 75)

"He that dippeth his hand with me ..., the same shall ... ." (Matthaios 26:23)

"to live with her for ever in the depths of the sea." (GM @81.s)

The "duck" is so-named for its facility in dunking itself into water.]

"He never passes by that spring without stopping." (ACAIM, p. 75)

"the sheep of the flock shall be scattered abroad." (Matthaios 26:31)

"his shattered fleet" (GM @81.t).


"The Shuswap and Thompson versions ... described ... fragments of the ball as armor" (ACAIM, p. 76).

"But after I am risen again, I will go before you



Coyote "made his son rise higher each time. The son rose higher and higher and finally went right into the sky." (ACAIM, p. 77)

into Galilaia." (Matthaios 26:32) [The Sea of Galilaia formeth the northeastern border of Palaistine.]

"to the island of [Ikos], where ... was ... the immortality which Thetis had promised him." (GM @81.t) [\Ikos\ is cognate with Skt \Is`a\, a variant of \Is`ana\, which is the name of the regent of the northeast direction.]

"Mount Motherinlaw[-]meet." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:15) {Was Thetis intending to escort Peleus to meet her immortal mother (his mother-in-law) Doris?}

"Shuswap. Coyote's son (or nephew)" in the sky-world meeteth "Spider Woman" (instead of his father-in-law the C.d'A.

Spider Man)[; she must be his mother-in-law]. (ACAIM, p. 81)


Petros vaunted his own extreme loyalty (Matthaios 26:33).

"[Hupseus ('Vaunting')] ... married

"Mount Braid[-]

"This rope stuff is what interests us." (ACAIM, p. 79) [In Bharata, a braided "sacred-thread" is worn to vaunt one's caste (varn.a)-status.]

"their eyes were heavy." (Matthaios 26:43)

[Khlidan-ope ('Delicate Face')]" (GM @82.a).



"hold him [Iesous Khristos, designated


hilt[-]clan." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:14) {an implement is grasped (taken hold of) by its handle/hilt} {a clan is similar to a tribe}


"the Lion of the tribe of [Yhuwdah]" in the Apokalupsis of Ioannes] fast" (Matthaios 26:48).

"once watched her [Kurene] wrestling a powerful lion." (GM @82.a)


"In an Upper Chehalis myth a young man, who has escaped up a tree from his captor, Lion [i.e., mountain-lion, also known as cougar], ... encounters


"promised ... would make her [Kurene] queen" (GM @82.b).


Evening who


"promised [Kurene] a long life to indulge her passion for hunting" (GM @82.c).


kills deer and men for food" (ACAIM, p. 82).


At the site of city Kurene, heroine Kurene bore, to Apollon, 2 sons (GM @82.c).


Coyote's eldest son "had children with the beaver women" (ACAIM, p. 79) in the sky-world.


"taught him [Aristeus/Aristaios] how to ... make the oleaster yield the cultivated olive." (GM @82.d)


Certain "hard food", which no person had praeviously succeed in masticating, "Little Beaver" did so succeed withal (ACAIM, p. 84).

"Put up again thy sword into his place" (Matthaios 26:52).

He "perfected the art of hunting" (GM @82.e).


"Little Beaver ... stepped into the fire ... so he could melt pitch to fasten his arrowpoints." (ACAIM, p. 84)


He "raised a great altar in the mountains ..., at the same time propitiating the Dog-star by putting the murderers to death." (GM @82.f)


"Little Beaver went along the top of the hill, shot Grizzly Bear and killed him." (ACAIM, p. 85)

"I ... pray to my Father, and

"His aunt, [Arethousa], heard an imploring voice through the water, ... recognized [Aristaios], and



he shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels" (Matthaios 26:53).

invited him down to the wonderful palace of the [Naiades]." (GM @82.g)


"He went in, through his tunnel under the river and out the other side and out the other side into Coyote's house" (ACAIM, p. 85).


"when he had made love to her [Euru-dike] ...,


"Coyote had turned himself into a pestle and had impregnated her." (ACAIM, p. 86)


she had fled from him and been bitten by a serpent." (GM @82.h)

"It has many big snakes" (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:13).


"ye see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power, and

"[Aristaios] now returned to the Naiads' palace" (GM @82.i),



coming in the clouds of heaven." (Matthaios 26:64)

which palace is located underwater, "where [Kurene] instructed him

"South Motherinlaw[-]shoot ... has ... a great amount of water." (CM&S, p. 59 4:2:12)


"was gone out into the porch" (Matthaios 26:71).

to raise four altars" (GM @82.i). {praesumably built of stone}

"North Motherinlaw[-]shoot ... has ... quantities of stone." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:11)


"It is not lawful to put them into the treasury, because it is the price of blood." (Matthaios 27:6)

"leaving the carcasses where they lay" (GM @82.i).



"to bury strangers in." (Matthaios 27:7)

"to propitiate the ghost of Orpheus"

"Motherinlaw[-]shoot ... has no plants [n]or trees" (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:10). [Some cemeteries lack vegetation.]



Although his earlier swarm of bees had died, he acquired another "swarm of bees" (GM @82.i).


Although it had seemed that all the "geese died", one of them indeed had survived (ACAIM, p. 88).


"Enchanted by thge savage beauty of [Sardon],

"that kingdom will have extensive earthworks." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:9)

Coyote was traveling in a region abounding in cliffs (ACAIM, p. 91).



{Cf. how the blind Ho,d shot Baldr while his (Ho,d's) archery was being directed by

While Coyote was blind, he commanded of a woman : "Fix an arrow for me and aim it." "She did as he directed. He killed the deer." (ACAIM, p. 93)

"gave ... for ... the field, as ... appointed" (Matthaios 27:10).

his first landfall, he began to cultivate it ...;


"with Coyote's eyes ... singing to accompany her pounding of sunflower seed." (ACAIM, p. 94)



Loki disguised as a woman (Edda).}

Coyote disguised himself as an old woman when "He put her dress on himself." (ACAIM, p. 94)


but is said to have founded no city there." (GM @82.j). [If in "no city", he may have instead resided a mere hut.]

"Mount Hut[-]its." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:9)

"they came in sight of

the dancehall" (ACAIM, p. 94).


"taking part in the Mysteries of [Dio-nusos]." (GM @82.k)

"will go into a panic." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:8)



"he disappeared without a trace, and is now worshipped as a god both by the ... barbarians and by civilized" (GM @82.k).

"Mount Dazzle." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:8) {If his body became invisible amid a glow of dazzling luminance, that circumstance would have prompted his being regarded as a god.}


Barabbas ['Son of Father'](Matthaios 27:16).

"son ... by a satyr whose name is not remembered" (GM @83.a). {A person whose father is non-remembred may be designated simply "a son of [his own] father".}

"Mount Shut[-]father." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:7) [a father whose identity is shut out (exluded, because secret) from human ken?]


"I have suffered many things this day in a dream because of him." (Matthaios 27:19) [The expression \this day\ would imply that she was sleeping during daytime.}

"a procession ... was observed carrying grains of wheat ... and placing them between his lips as he slept -- a prodigy" (GM @83.a). [This observing might imply that he was sleeping during daytime.]

"When it sees human beings, it 'goes to sleep'." (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:6) [impliedly an opossum, swooning from dread]

"saw ... Coyote sleeping near. ...They ... took a little of the grease and rubbed it around his mouth" (ACAIM, p. 103). [This
"nap" seen by observers would imply his
sleeping during daytime.]

"a crown of thorns, they put ... upon his head" (Matthaios 27:29).

"bound him [Seilenos] with garlands of flowers and led him before Midas." (GM @83.b)


"the chief said, "Go ... tie him up." Then Lynx went reluctantly with them. " (ACAIM, p. 113)


"he [Seilenos] told wonderful tales of an immense continent ... where splendid cities abound" (GM @83.b). ["recounted the story of two cities, outside our world, called [Eu-sebes] or the city of piety, and [Makhimos], the city of war." (DCM, s.v. "Midas", p. 289b)]


"Then the Water People and the Land People began to fight." (ACAIM, p. 119)

"to drink mingled" (Matthaios 27:34).

"mentioned a frightful whirlpool" (GM @83.b).

"The River Mix[-]me rises here" (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:6).



"causes those who eat it to ... pine away." (GM @83.b) {Those who are pining way may have a body appearing dried-up.}

"look like dried meat strips" (CM&S, p. 58 4:2:5).


"upon my vesture did they cast lots" (Matthaios 27:35).


"Mount Cloth[-]bean." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:5-4) [bean for casting-of-lots?]


"His countenance was like lightning, and

"But the fruit ... renews the youth even of the very aged" (GM @83.b).

"The River Range[-]bog contains many ... freshwater oysters." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:3) {Oysters may contain pearls; and a magical pearl is reputed to rejuvenate one's body.}

"she had a husband. ... He was very old." (ACAIM, p. 122) -- But, soon, he was rejuvenated, to become "a handsome man." (Ibid., p. 123)

his raiment white as snow." (Matthaios 28:3)


"there are quantities of white clay on the lower slopes." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:3)

"ermine was caught biting at the trap." (ACAIM, p. 123) [Ermine-pelt is utilized as white raiment.]

"So they took the money, ... until this day." (Matthaios 28:15)

"near Mount [Tmolos], ... bright with gold to this day." (GM @83.c)

"Mount Range[-]bog. Gold ... abundant on its summit" (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:3).

"My bracelet is in shreds. ..." "My earrings are ruined" (ACAIM, p. 124).

"all nations" (Matthaios 28:19).


"Mount Crowd[-]dusk." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:2)

"She saw ... men were standing around ... . All their clothes, their moccasins and trousers were embroidered in beads." (ACAIM, p. 124)

"Teaching them" (Matthaios 28:20).


"a bell chiming." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:1) [A bell is tolled to call the faithful who are to be taught via sermons.]

"I'm trying to teach him" (ACAIM, pp. 124-5).

"And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them." (Praxeis Apostolon 2:3)

"Midas, having entered Asia with his train of Brigians {worshippers of goddess BRIGIndoi?}, ... drove ...


{"Giraldus Cambrensis reported ... an undying flame burning to St. Brigit" (ECM&F, s.v. "Brigit", p. 60a).}

"full of new wine." (Praxeis Apostolon 2:13) [from winesacks, cf. pouches marsupial]

towards [Phrugian Telmissos (\TELMat-\ 'marsh, swamp')] ...;

"it looks on Slough Marsh." (CM&S, p. 57 4:2:1)

"Fox saw ten boats full of people rise to the surface of the water." (ACAIM, p. 128)

"I will pour out of my Spirit" (Praxeis Apostolon 2:17).


"to empty into

{"the boat with its contents was to go down and come up again. They dived." (ACAIM, p. 129)}

"I foresaw ... always before my face, ... on my right hand" (Praxeis Apostolon 2:25).

but ... a young prophetess ... saw ...


{"Coyote said, "... there will be much better ones." ... Coyote had done

this ... by means of his powers. " (ACAIM, p. 132)}


still perched on the pole ... . ... 'Are you prepared to marry me?'" (GM @83.d).

the River Marry[-]hardwood." (CM&S, p. 57 4:1:12) [poles are often made of hardwood]


"the patriarch ..., he that is both dead and buried" (Praxeis Apostolon 2:29).

"Meanwhile, the King ... had died suddenly" (GM @83.e).



"every one of you ... in the name" (Praxeis Apostolon 2:38).

"was unanimously acclaimed [by the same acclaim from everyone] ... . In gratitude,

"Its name is the same-same. ...


"laid ... at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful" (Praxeis Apostolon 3:2).

he dedicated the ... yoke ... laid up in the [akropolis] at ...

The River Ring" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:11). {A yoke can be ring-shaped.}


"Silver and gold have I none" (Praxeis Apostolon 3:6) {but, instead, as it were, a piggy-bank filled with pearls of wisdom?}

a city which [Gordios] had founded." (GM @83.e) [\gruzein\ 'to mutter, grunt' (GM @83.4)]

"There is an animal ... which looks like a boar and contains pearls ... When it grunts" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:11).


"as though by our own power or holiness" (Praxeis Apostolon 3:12).

"[Alexandros {commonly called "ho Megas" 'the Great'}]" (GM @83.e).

"Mount Great." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:11)


"the times of refreshing shall come from the presence" (Praxeis Apostolon 3:19). {"In the twinkling of an eye, ye shall be changed."}

"Midas ... founded the city of [Ankura ('Anchor')]." (GM @83.f) [When anchors be a-weigh, their ships can depart immediately (in a flash).]

"When they move about, there is a flash." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:10)


"become the head of the corner" (Praxeis Apostolon 4:11).

"River-god [Tmolos] ... awarded the prize" (GM @83.g). [\TMemat-\ 'sector demarcated by radii']

"finny-eels" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:10). [their fin-spines being denoted by the radii]


"there is none other ... whereby we must be saved" (Praxeis Apostolon 4:12). {In nigh-death experience, it is through nought other than a praeternatural tunnel (= "hole") that one may proceed to view the transcendent Otherworld.}

"dug a hole in the river-bank ..., first

"The River Tip[-]mire" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:10). {riverbank (bourne of divine realm) at edge ("tip") of miry region (material-world realm)?}


"they speak henceforth to no man" (Praxeis Apostolon 4:17).

making sure that nobody was about" (GM @83.g).

"Mount Lonely." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:10)


"all men glorified ... that which was done." (Praxeis Apostolon 4:21)

"had become public knowledge" (GM @83.g).

"It makes a noise like a human shout." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:9)



"condemned the barber to death" (GM @83.g).

"looks like the boastfather, but it has pig bristles." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:9)

{Bristly swine Twrch Trwyth was slain for the sake of its razor for shaving.}

"By stretching forth ... to heal" (Praxeis Apostolon 4:30).

Biton (GM @84.a). [\bitos\ 'tyre (surrounding a wheel's felly)']

"numerous tench." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:9) [These fish are coated with a substance said to "doctor" (heal) other fishes.]



"[Ekhoi < *\Swehowi\, i.e., Skt Svaha (invocation for deities)] stealthily

"Mount Jackal." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:9) {"the howling of the jackal echoing" ("EA" TMA&D 115:102)}

"untied the first jackal and ... the echo used to answer from the hill" (FSP, stories II-III).

"laid them down at the apostles' feet" (Praxeis Apostolon 4:35).

followed him" (GM @85.b).



"them which have buried thy husband ... shall carry thee out." (Praxeis Apostolon 5:9)

"she spent the rest of her life ... pining away" (GM @85.b).

"The River Feeble rises here" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:8).


"opened the prison doors" (Praxeis Apostolon 5:19).

"her rough bark ... burst into flower" (GM @86.a).

"The River All[-]rope" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:7). {Fibrous tree-barks can be twisted to make into rope.}


"cslled the council together, and all the senate" (Praxeis Apostolon 5:21).

"won the prize" (GM @87.a). [receiving of prizes may elevate the status of a clan]

"Mount Highclan." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:7)


"lest they should have been stoned." (Praxeis Apostolon 5:26)

"at his miraculous escape" (GM @87.b).



"those days, ... the number {cf. 20 days in Maya uinal} ... was multiplied" (Praxeis Apostolon 6:1).

Ikadios (GM @87.c). [\[w]eikadio-\ '20th']

"Four hundred leagues further ..." (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:7). [400 = 20^2 (twenty squared)]


Stephanos narrated mythic history to the council (Praxeis Apostolon 7:2-42).

"[Rhada-manthus] ... quarrelled for the love of a beautiful boy named [Miletos]" (GM @88.b).


RAhU [cf. \RHAda-manthUs\] narrated mythic history to Jalan-dhara (PE, q.v. -- Padma Puran.am 3-5).


[Afterwards, MILEtos married [W]eido-thea the daughter of Eurutos (DCM, s.v. "Idothea 2").]

"River Motherinlaw[-]child" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:6).

Milid/MILEd was "Born with the name Golam or Galam" (DCeM, s.v. "Mi`l Espa`ine", p. 292a). JALAN-dhara married the Vr.nDa (name resembling \WeiDo-thea\) who is daughter of Kedara.

"Pray ye ... that none of these things which ye have spoken come upon me." (Praxeis Apostolon 8:24)

"he [Minos] prayed that a bull might emerge ... . At once,



"the angel of the Lord spake ... saying, ...

a dazzlingly-white bull ... ." (GM @88.c)

"Lacquer trees are plentiful" (CM&S, p. 56 4:1:6). [Lacquer is applied for a glossy effect, which may be dazzling.]


go toward the south" (Praxeis Apostolon 8:26).

Sparing (abating its intended doom) the bull which had emerged from the sea,

"The River Abate rises here ... to empty into the sea." (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:5)

When Yama is seen leading a soul toward the south : by beseeching Yama, that soul can be spared from death.

"He was led as a sheep to the slaughter; ... for his life is taken away" (Praxeis Apostolon 8:32-33).

"[Minos] slaughtered another instead." (GM @88.c) [He quickly decided that a substitute would be aequally acceptable.]

"Mount Quick[-]equal." (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:4)


"the Spirit of the Lord caught away Philippos" (Praxeis Apostolon 8:39).

"[Sarpedon] fled to [Kilikia]" (GM @88.d).

"numerous needle-fish" (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:3).

To comest of the Mediterranean fish SARPa salpa may result in

Saulos [S^a>uwl] viewed, as hallucination, "about him a light from heaven." (Praxeis Apostolon 9:3)



"hallucinations of screaming humans and squawking birds." ("SSHF")

Because he had become a "basket-case" (distracted in mind), they "let him down ... in a basket." (Praxeis Apostolon 9:25)

"[Daidalos] ... built a hollow wooden cow" (GM @88.e).

"Mount Bell[-]frameform." (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:3) {This frameform would be wooden and hollow.}


"a certain man named Aineias ... had kept ... eight years ... sick of the palsy." (Praxeis Apostolon 9:33)


"There are great numbers of tadpoles" (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:2).

{"tadpole hieroglyphs that were often used as numerals signifying the number of years" ("ESShR").}

"called Dorkas : this woman was full of ... almsdeeds" (Praxeis Apostolon 9:36).

"he pursued Britomartis of [Gortun]" (GM @89.a). [\GORUNos\ = \batrakhos\ 'frog']



"a tanner." (Praxeis Apostolon 9:43) [Tanners immerse pelts within vats.]

"Britomartis ... surnamed 'the Lady of the Lake'" (GM @89.b).

"The River Lake rises here" (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:2).


"Wherein were all manner of ... creeping things" (Praxeis Apostolon 10:12).

"discharged ... millepedes" (GM @89.c).

"Mount Bush[-]grub." (CM&S, p. 55 4:1:1)