Compraehensive Correlative Mutual Alignments of Sequential Events in Major Mythologic Systems Worldwide, part 8

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]


"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 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)

"noxious serpents" (GM @89.c).

"There is a large snake" (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:47).

"the centurion, a just man" (Praxeis Apostolon 10:22).

"the night-watchman of her most sacred shrines." (GM @89.d)

"Mount Gloom[-]city." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:47) {during nocturnal dimness, watchmen patrol a city}

"coveted [Lailaps ('Whirlwind')], her hound" (GM @89.f).

"where the winds are like whirlwinds." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:47)

"I saw ... a great sheet, let down ... by the four corners" (Praxeis Apostolon 11:5).

"wearing a dark tunic" (GM @89.g).

"the Teumessian vixen ... could be appeased only by the monthly sacrifice of a child." (GM @89.h) [\Teum-\ < *\C^eum-\ : Skt \cumb-\ 'to kiss']

"Mount Knob[-]on[-]mothermeet."(CM&S, p. 51 3:3:47) {was, on the turn of each month, the child to be kissed, as though by its mother?}

"nothing doubtling." (Praxeis Apostolon 11:12)

"doubt arose in Heaven" (GM @89.h).

"to [Thebai]" (GM @89.h). [At Thebai was born (DCM, s.v. "Heracles", p. 194a) Hera-klees, who was to become a god.]

"Mount Gods['-]city." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:46)

"daughter [Komaithoi] ... plucked out the golden lock [hair-tuft] of immortality." (GM @89.i)

"Mount Goose[-]gate." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:45) [The soft "down" of geese is often plucked out, to fill cushions.]

"swiftly conquered" (GM @89.i)

"rush-pacify" (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:44).

"of responsibility." (GM @89.j) [To be personally responsible, is a trait of the dignified social class.]

"The River Class" (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:43).

"As he fell he called aloud" (GM @89.j). [This call in dismay could be likened to \azein\ 'to groan, sigh'; the other meaning of \azein\ is 'to dry up'.]

"Mount Dried." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:42)

"at the house of [KARManOR]" (GM @90.b). [\KARMORo-n\ = \kerigmemoremeno-n\, from \kerugmat-\ 'proclamation by herald']

"Stage[-]clawmark." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:41) [Declarations declaimed by an actor on theatric stage are similar to those announced by a herald.]

"banished [Akakallis] to [Libua]" (GM @90.b). [\A-KAKALli-\ 'unwalled city' : for, \KALALo-n\ = \teikho-s\ 'city-wall'] [camels are muchly-used by the Lhabiym of Libua.]

"Mount Ample {an adequately ample area would needs remain unwalled}. ... Its animals are mostly camels." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:41)

"Then departed Barnabas ... for to seek Saulos" (Praxeis Apostolon 11:25).

"[Minos] at once commanded him to go in search of [Glaukos]." (GM @90.c)

"[Glaukos] drowned" by swallowing too much honey (GM @90.d).

"The River Swallow rises here" (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:40).

"he put him in prison" (Praxeis Apostolon 12:7).

"You will be locked in a tomb" (GM @90.d).

"the iron gate ... opened to them of his own accord" (Praxeis Apostolon 12:10).

"he opened the tomb" (GM @90.f).

Glaukos was taught divination (GM @90.f). [This made him a membre of the religious clergy, entitled to wear a clerical collar.]

"It has numerous collar-stones." (CM&S, p. 51 3:3:40)

"[Glaukos] ... immediately forgot all that he had learned." (GM @90.f) [This loss made for a turnabout in his social rank.]

"The River Turnabout rises here" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:39).

"[Glaukos] ... earned the name [Labikos], which means 'girdled'." (GM @90.g)

"Mount Scarp." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:39) [An escarpment must girdle a mesa/plateau.]

"a fierce battle ensued" (GM @90.h).

"The River Fierce[-]ton rises here" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:38).

"a damsel came to hearken, named Rhode ['Rose-flower']." (Praxeis Apostolon 12:13)

"they sacrifice to the [Kharites] of [Paros] without ... flowers." (GM @90.i) [In effect, the Kharites are robbed of their blossoms.]

"The River Rob" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:37).

"in the Golden Age" (GM @90.j). [in high antiquity]

"Mount High[-]this." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:37)

"she constantly affirmed that it was even so." (Praxeis Apostolon 12:15)

"oracles much prized" (GM @90.j). [they are often affirmed]

"loves ... all things that glitter." (GM @91.a)

"Mount Child[-]armour." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:36) [Young children tend to delight in "all things that glitter."]

"they should be put to death." (Praxeis Apostolon 12:19)

"swearing revenge" (GM @91.a).

"harrying" (GM @91.b).

"The River Fresh[-]at" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:35). ["Fresh" can mean 'acting bother-some'.]

"laid siege to" (GM @91.b). [A siege is as slow a process for conquering, as to simmer is a slow process for cooking.]

"The River Simmer-simmer rises here" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:35).

"a musical stone" (GM @91.b).

"Mount Stone." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:35)

"[Skulle], however, swam after his [that of Minos, who was voyaging southward (toward Krete)] ship" (GM @91.d).

"The River Moist[-]girl rises on its south face and flows south" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:34).

"The terrified [Skulle] let go" (GM @91.d). "Nisa was afterwards called Megara" (GM @91.e). [\megara\ 'pits whereinto piglets are lowered']

"The River Roar[-] rises here ... to empty into River Drag." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:34) ["River Drag" being a reference to an undertow dragging down Skulle?]

"finding that he could not subdue [Athenai]" (GM @91.f). [The city Athenai is situated to the east of the city Nisa.]

"Its name s the eastie-east." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:34)

"The kings of the various city states assembled ... to consult" (GM @91.f).

"Mount Great[-]play ." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:34) {"The Great" are kings; consultation is their amusement.}

"were instructed to make [Aiakos] offer up prayers on their behalf." (GM @91.f)

"The River Hollow[-]mulberry." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:33)

{Are prayers streamed Heavenwards through this tree, alike unto written messages shot through a pneumatic tube?}

"the earthquakes everywhere ceased, except in [Attike]." (GM @91.f) {Earthquakes are induced by Poseidon, who may also quell them; but his adversari-ess Athene might resist such quelling.}

"The River Tree[-]horse rises here" (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:32). [This may allude to the subsequent making of the wooden Troian horse, which became dedicated to Athene, goddess-owneress of Attike's capital-city.]

"it is the voice of a god, not of a man." (Praxeis Apostolon 12:22)

"the Delphic Oracle ... told to give [Minos] whatever satisfaction he might ask,

"Mount White[-]horse." (CM&S, p. 50 3:3:32) [This horse may be Minos's "white charger" (GM @91.c).]

which proved to be a tribute of seven youths and seven maidens, sent every nine years to [Krete] as a prey" (GM @91.g).

"The River Upland[-]iron rises here" (CM&S, p. 49 3:3:31). [Iron is sacred to Ares, to whom human victims were regularly immolated (instances in "ChSAG").]

"because he gave not God the Glory : ... he was eaten of worms, and gave up the ghost." (Praxeis Apostolon 12:23)

"he sacrificed ...; but his end came in the nin[e]th year." (GM @91.h)

{"there are also Nine Worms, the nine gu (poisons), which dwell in different parts of our bodies. " ("3CS&9W")}

"thrust ... corpse into a bag {thus plumping-out the bag} ... -- but

"The River Plump rises here" (CM&S, p. 49 3:3:31).

there were bloodstains, and ... he fled" (GM @92.b).

contains many boulders." [A boulder, which become the Lukabettos, was dropped by Athene when she learned of the suicide of heroine Aglauros : GM @25.e.]