Which Planetary Foods Are to be Comested on Which Days of the Week

sequence based on Hellenistic week (derived from Akkadian sequence of planets' deities) in relation to Hellenic deities (i.e., to Hellenic deities as identified with Akkadian deities); and also, according to D. H. Kelley, the hieroglyphic Maya planet-sequence (for, perhaps, the hieroglyphic Maya 7-nychthemera week)

planet Th"TAP"





sunflower (heliotrope)-seeds; gooseberry, including "Chinese gooseberry" = kiwi-fruit (because Nemesis became goose [Eratosthenes -- F:NLA, n. 196] and laid eggs; another goose laid golden eggs; and the sun is golden); locustbean (bean of Robinia) because /akrid-/ 'locust[bean]' = /KeRKA[x]/, cf. /KaRKAbos/, whose descendant [DCM, s.v. "Pandarus"] Pandaros shot an arrow at the behest of goddess Athene disguised as a hero [cf. how Ho,dr shot an arrow at the behest of a god who had disguised himself as giantess To,kk] : Pandareos acquired [DCM, s.v. "Pandareus", p. 341b] a golden mastiff; locustbean (its seeds being the carat-weight for weighing gold) being fed to hounds as a treat for them (not fatal to them, as is chocolate); CARRoT (because [full-CARaT = Hell. /keration/ "little horn", 'bean of Robinia, i.e. carob-tree, <Ar. /h^arruwbah/'] golden, cf. sun which is reckoned as gold because gold is as untarnishable as is the brilliant sun); seaweed (because one name for the wild-carrot is ["H&HP9"] /Bird's Nest/, and "bird's nest soup" is praepared from seaweeds collected by seaside-cliff-dwellling swiftlet birds); pawpaw & PaPaYa (cf. Strong's 6374 PiyPiYah 'edge' : from the edge of the cliff Te Reina, souls of dead humans plunged downward into the seaweed [according to the Maori of Te Ika a Maui]); honeysuckle-nectar (because the son of nymph Klumene [/klumenon/ 'honeysuckle'] was slain by Aspho (/asphaltos/ 'asphalt'< [Ph. 1.420] /sphall-/ 'cause to fall', in allusion to the apocalyptic falling of asphalt from the sky in Aztec cosmology)-dikos [DCM, s.v. "Parthenopaeus"]), where "flowing with milk and honey" could refer to the white or yellow honeysuckle-blossom. Visiting islet Khruse ('gold') was (DCM, s.v. "Philoctetes", p. 365a) Philo-ktetes, ('friendship-acquiring' [capitalists' acquisition of loyalty from employees]), who stamped on the ground (loc. cit.) [capitalists' politicians' stomping-grounds being revered historic sites] after "There was a clap of thunder" (DCM, s.v. "Herakles", p. 207a) at Oite )'Doom' [workers' doomed by their accepting thundre-like pronouncements by pro-capitalism politicians]) : much as the "footfalls were as thundering" ("DB") of HeRM-o`d = KaRM-anor ('shornwool-midget', who may have shorn the Golden Fleece [unnoticed exploitation of labor-power]), whose daughter Khruso-themis ('gold-dispensation' [dispensation of pelf in form of dividends to stockholders]) "introduced musical contests" (DCM, s.v. "Chrysothemis"), and sang (Th"GKh") in the 1st of them [songs' lilting lulling the working-class into acquiescence]. Philo-ktetes was founder of several cities, including of (DCM, s.v. "Philoctetes", p. 365b) Makalla : /makella/ 'mattock', "The mattock ... for founding cities" ("HN&I-D"). The "inventor of the mattock" (Ar"SFS"), so as "to fashion the pickaxe" (MG"EQuT"), is En-lil, "father of the moon god Nanna" (Ar"SFS"), so that this Nan-nar is the only offspring begotten by (MG"E&N") En-LIL on Nin-LIL : cf. LILaios (Ploutarkhos : De Fluviis 24:4 -- DCM, s.v. "Lilaeus") "who would acknowledge only Selene (the moon) of all the immortals." Otic, alike unto ass-eared Midas of golden touch, gold-god Xipe "wore ... golden ear-plugs" ("TRACF", p. 241); and "According to Sahagun Totec was also the patron of the gold- and silversmiths (tacuitlahuaque ...)" ("TRACF", p. 243).

Men : Selene (which was split into 2 halves according to the Qur>an : 'half' is in Skt /ardha/, cognate with Hellenic /orthia/)


caraway (because crescent-shaped); buckwheat (because its name, from Middle-Dutch /boec-weite/ 'beech-wheat', alludeth to the resemblance, of its 3-crescents [cf. traditional <arabiy 10 lunar phases of 3 nights each] surface, to that of beech-seeds, with also a connection, via the crescent-shaped lake Hippo-krene produced as the hoofprint of Pegasos, comparable with the mechanical flying-horse-vehicle in the 1001 Nights, and hence also with triangular flying-saucers); honey (for honeymoon); yoghurt (cf. milk of cow who jumped over the moon, i.e. of "cow-eyed" goddess Hera = Pauran.ik goddess Vara); citrus-fruits (because likened in Spanish metaphor to women's teats, which secrete milk), the segments whereof resemble lunar crescents; qinnamown (cinnamon) tree-bark (because a cinnamon-tree is said in Chinese mythology to grow on the moon); vanilla-orchid podfruit (there being an orchid-goddess of the moon in Miao mythology); chestnut, Hellenic \kastanea\, whence \castanet\, which is shaped alike unto a bivalve shellfish, and (according to Tasmanian myth) "the Moon Woman ... stopped at Oyster Bay" ("ADAAA", p. 67); squash (because Hopi squash-god Patun holdeth a squash-blossom [PLKB, p. 6] and lasheth males with a whip [1P"PSK"]; Schiz-andra chinensis berry (because /skhiz-/ 'split' may allude to how, as according to Qur>an 54:1, "the moon has split."); the hyacinth-blossom was produced by [DCM, s.v. "Hyacinthus"] Huakinthos, whose daughters include Orthaia [DCM, s.v. "Hyacinthids", p. 218b], whose name is similar to that of Artemis Orthia, goddess who praesideth over whipping of males [B&C"AO"] at Sparte).

Puroeis : Ares


rice (Skt /VRiHi/ apparently cognate with Skt /VaRaHa/ 'boar' : cf. "in the shape of a wild boar, Ares" (Nonnos : Dionysiaka 42.1 sq -- Th"OAW"); cran-berry (because a floating fruit named for crane-bird, cf. another waterfowl, the swan, which, namely Kuknos, treated in like manner as Hrungnir, is reckoned son of Ares); pumpkin (because pumpkin is ascribed to war-god in Borneo tribal myth-and-ritual); pineapple (applied for kanaima` [DSh, pp. 91 & 124]); and ginger (because wild-ginger is employed for war-rite in Timor)

Stilbont- : Hermes

Wedn- morn

tree-nuts (because sacred to Irish wisdom-deities, with whom cf. Hermes; and because mnowrah of 7 flames is emblematic of almond-tree, cf. Hermes born of Maia, one of the 7 Pleiades-sistren), including the tamarisk-nut /akakalle/ (named for Akakallis the daughter of [DCM, s.v. "Acacallis"] Minos); craftsman to the Salaminians') : the Salaminians being descended from KUKHReus who raised a monstrous serpent expelled (according to Hesi-[h]odos in Strabon 9:1:9 -- DCM, s.v. "Cychreus") by Euru-lokhos ("But some say that Cychreus himself, called 'Serpent' ..., was banished by [Euru-lokhos] and took refuge at Eleusis, where he was appointed to ... office at [Demeter]'s sanctuary." GM 81.d), thus aequivalent to the cognate name of serpent KUHaRa ('cavity, hollow, hole' [praesumably referring to Demeter's "pushing him [Askalaphos] down a hole and covering it with an enormous rock" (GM 24.l; see also Th"KhA")], but cf. /KUHaya-/ 'to surprise or astonish' in the fashion of Mystery-cult's Rock-of-Ages "cleft for me", viz., /vis.uKUH/ 'split on both sides, divided in two') descended from (MBh. 1.2701 & Hariv. 229 -- S-ED, s.v "Kuhara") Krodha-vas`a ('wrathful possessing-spirit'), such serpents being figured on the kerukeion (herald's rod) of Hermes; strawberry (because infant Hermes was nurtured at strawberrytree [komaros = Arbutus unedo -- Th"PM 2"]); mango (because the favorite food sought by sun-groping Hanumant the fiery-tailed, who volleyeth through the air alike unto winged-sandals-wearing Hermes); bird-of-prey (because Hermes is known as "the Good Shepherd" [3-GH 2, pp. 52-7; OCh"BAM"], and to a shepherd is imparted, in a dream, poietic inspiration via the falcon of a falconer [i.e., of a fowler], according to John David Rhees in his Welsh or British Grammar -- "AHSD").

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Wedn- aftern

apple (because /apple/ is cognate with /obol/ 'money' of mercantile god Mercurius = Hermes); quince (/kudonea/ named for Kudon son of Hermes and of A-kakallis -- DCM, s.v. "Cydon", p. 120b); pear (because, attending the funeral of [W]ikaros the son of Daidalos and of (GM 92.d) Nau-kratis, the partridge in the pear-tree [GM 92.f; if substituting Lat. /pirus/ 'pear-tree' for Hell. /prinos/ 'holm-oak' or 'scarlet oak', on the basis of derivation of the name /Telchis/ -- of the father of (Pausanias 2:5:7 -- DCM, s.v. "Apis") /Apis/ (/apion/ 'pear-tree') -- from Indo-Germanic */C^alhi-/ parallel to /kalkhaino/ 'I empurple; I ponder deeply' cognate with /h^alija/ 'scruple, qualm' (DMWA, p. 294a) where scruples/qualms arise from deeply pondering an ambiguity thus producing worthiness to be elevated to the purple] is Polu-caste the sistre of (GM 92.b) Daidalos the son of (DCM, s.v. "Metion", p. 288a) Metion the son of (loc. cit.) Eu-palamos (/palamid-/ 'blind-rat [that one whose tail was "cut off" of the 3 blind mice -- for this tail is thus docked "hickory-dickory-dock"]; chocolatl (cocoa-seeds as Aztec money, cf. Mercurius as god of money)

Phae:thon : Zeus


wheat (because sacred to Zeus -- Th"PM 2"); date, sacred to Zeus (C:Z, p. 1708 : addenda to vol. 1, pp. 365 & 376) and to Duw-S^ara> ["NDD", p. 178] -- commonly known as Dousares (RNC, p. 100) -- 'Owner [or 'Owners' /dawuw/ DMWA, p. 363a]-of-Unraveling/Freedom' [Strong's 8271 /s^re>/with 8293 'freedom'] who (WhG"DGMS") "had a sanctuary at Petra {'rock'} which contained a large stone cube." This aniconic idol is "a black stone" (Souda, s.v. "Theusares" [Adler # : theta,302] -- "NDD", p. 179), namely "a black stone altar which had been set up by the Amazon queen" (ISG&H, p. 112).}

Au[h]os-phoros :



oat (Hellenic /bromos/, therefore with Spanish /broma/ 'joke' cf. ""the sweetly-laughing" Aphrodite" ("HHLI", p. 109); Skt /karambha/ 'porridge' which is offered to PUS.AN = /PU[H]AN-epsion/ the festival instituted by (GM 98.w) Theseus son of Poseidon, at whose guarantee [GM 18.c --- Odusseia 8.266 sq] was removed the net enveloping Aphro-dite); grape (because nymph Brome [Servius Ad Virgil Eclog 6:15 -- Lewis & Short : A Latin Dictionary, q.v.], together with her sister [evidently Kisseis 'ivy woman', twice mentioned as sistre to Bromis/Bromie in Hyginus, Fabulae 182], brought up Bakkhos : with nymph Brome, cf. (because of Latin /avena/ 'oat') goddess Awen ('poietic frenzy') controlling "flows ... beneath the sea" ["AHSD"] as sea-current, cf. "sea-born Aphro-dite"); cauliflower ("Cyprus coleworts" ["CFF"] from the copper-island Kupros of "Paphian Aphro-dite"); cabbage (because Aphro-dite = In-anna = queen who in Towldowt Yes^uw crucified Yes^uw on cabbage-stalk on Good Friday); flowers of queen S`ri-mala ('revered garland') of Maha-yana vaipulya-sutra leonine roar; pollen gathered by workeress-bees (Aristaios the bee-keeper hero is son of heroine Curene who wrestled with lions : honey-bees hived in lion-cadavre [as found by S^ims^own])

Phainon : Kronos


pomegranate (because eaten by Perse-phone, whose son Zagreus survived through his heart [DCM, s.v. "Iacchus"]; cf. the heart seized [RLI, p. 134, n. 178] by Coyote, who also organized the theft of pinenuts ["ThPN"]); mustard-seed (a food eaten by Kronos); tree-saps (e.g., maple-sap : because sap of melit-, i.e., of the Mediterranean ashtree, is sacred to Kronos); mushrooms which grow on the isle of Elusion (/en-elusios/ 'levin-stricken') at Purgos Kronoio ('Tower of Kronos', mentioned in Pindaros : Oides 2:70 -- GB 22:3); thus (especially for shiitake -- NGN"LMMM"), ("SLS") "mushrooms arise from spots where lightning has hit the ground." As for "young shoots of" Equisetum maximum (giant horsetail), "Romans occasionally ate them as a vegetable" (MH, s.v. "Horsetails") : they are known in Hellenic as ("satyr's tail") /hippourid-/, a synonym being /phaidra/, which is also the name (DCM, s.v. "Phaedra") of a heroine who married Theseus, the hero from whose buttocks was torn flesh when adhaering at a seat in the Netherworld, just as due to adhaering to a chair in the Netherworld, strips were (according to a Huichol myth) torn from the back of Chipmunk, who (according to a Mewan myth) "collected" (MM, p. 295) pinenuts. (Because when raw, giant-horsetail is permeated with the anti-vitamin thiaminase, therefore it must always be cooked before being eaten : this is destroyed by cooking or by thorough drying [PFAF"ETE"].)

F:NLA = James G. Frazer : Notes On Book 3 of the Library of Apollodorus. http://www.theoi.com/Text/Ap3c.html

/Kerka[x]/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dke%2Frka

"H&HP9" = "Herbs & Healing Properties - Page 9". http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-herbs9.html

/klumenon/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dklu%2Fmenon

Th"TAP" = "Titan Astra Planeta". http://www.theoi.com/Titan/AstraPlaneta.html

EPM = Jan Knappert : [Encyclopedia of] Pacific Mythology. Aquarian Pr, 1992.

Th"OAW" = "Olympios Ares Wrath". http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/AresWrath.html#Adonis

/Palamis/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dpalami%2Fs

S-ED = Monier Monier-Williams : Sanskrit-English Dictionary. 1899.

Th"PM 2" = "Plant Myths, p. 2". http://www.theoi.com/Flora2.html

/Makella/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dma%2Fkella

"DB" = "Death of Baldur". http://norse-mythology.org/tales/the-death-of-baldur/

/Karmat-/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dka%2Frma

Th"GKh" = "Georgikos Khrysothemis". http://www.theoi.com/Georgikos/Khrysothemis.html

"HN&I-D" = "Hymn to Nibru and Is^me-Dagan". http://realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/Misc/Sumer/Hymns2.htm#_A_hymn_to_4

Ar"SFS" = "Sumerian Flood Story". https://aratta.wordpress.com/2015/11/10/the-sumerian-flood-story/

MG"EQuT" = "Enlil Quotes From Texts". http://www.mesopotamiangods.com/enlil-quotes-from-texts-etc/ 

MG"E&N" = "Enlil and Ninlil". http://www.mesopotamiangods.com/enlil-and-ninlil-short-version-a-of-ninlils-descent/

"TRACF" = Johanna Broda de Casas : "Tlacaxipeualiztli : a Reconstruction of an Aztec Calendar Festival from 16th Century Sources". R.E.A.A. 5:197-273. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=84&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjN1u3s27nNAhUBbSYKHeJmAZYQFgjaAzBT&url=https%3A%2F%2Frevistas.ucm.es%2Findex.php%2FREAA%2Farticle%2Fdownload%2FREAA7070110197A%2F25539&usg=AFQjCNHDi0ruwM776z2PQUC95

"ADAAA" = Rosslynn D. Haynes : "Astronomy and the Dreaming : Astronomy of the Aboriginal Australians". In :- Helaine Selin (ed.) : Astronomy Across Cultures : the History of Non-Western Astronomy. Kluwer Academic Publ, 2000. pp. 53-90. https://books.google.com.au/books?id=vRHvCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA67&lpg=PA67&dq=

PLKB == Prescott Library Katsinum Brochure. http://www.prescottlibrary.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Katsinum-Brochure.pdf

1P"PSK" = "Patung aka Squash Kasina". http://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Clipart/NativeClipart-Kachina_pg8.html

Qur>an 54:1-3 http://www.discoveringislam.org/splitting_of_moon.htm

Th"KhA" = "Khthonios Askalaphos". http://www.theoi.com/Khthonios/Askalaphos.html

3-GH 2 = G. R. S. Mead : Thrice-Greatest Hermes. Vol. 2. London & Benares : Theosophical Publ Soc, 1906. http://www.sacred-texts.com/gno/th2/th203.htm

OCh"BAM" = "Bishop Abercius Marcellus". https://sites.google.com/site/originsofchristianity/syncretism/bishop-abercius-marcellus

"AHSD" = "Awen – The Holy Spirit of Druidry". http://www.druidry.co.uk/what-is-druidry/awen-the-holy-spirit-of-druidry/ (The frenzy of goddess Awen would be similar to that of a mainad.) "NDD" = "Nabataean Dushārā (Dusares)''. PALESTINE EXPLORATION FUND QUARTERLY 143 (2011).3:176–197. http://ancientarabia.voices.wooster.edu/files/2016/01/kropp_nabataean-dushara.pdf

C:Z = Cook : Zeus. https://archive.org/stream/zeusstudyinancie03pt2cook/zeusstudyinancie03pt2cook_djvu.txt

RNC = John F. Healey : The Religion of the Nabataeans : a Conspectus. Brill : Leiden, 2001. https://books.google.com/books?id=coso-V3gCEAC&pg=PA100&lpg=PA100&dq=

WhG"DGMS" = "Dushara - God of Madain Saleh". http://www.thewhitegoddess.co.uk/divinity_of_the_day/arabian/dushara.asp

ISG&H = Michael Wood : In Search of Myths & Heroes : Exploring Four Epic Legends of the World. Univ of CA Pr, Berkeley & Los Angeles, 2005. https://books.google.com/books?id=QT4br7RyQPAC&pg=PA112&lpg=PA112&dq=

"HHLI" = Robert H. Bell : "Homer's Humor : Laughter in the Iliad". HUMANITAS 20 (2007):96-116. http://www.nhinet.org/bell20-1.pdf

Hyginus : Fabulae, 182 http://www.theoi.com/Text/HyginusFabulae4.html#182

Th"OAM2" = "Olympios Aphrodite Myths 2". http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/AphroditeMyths2.html

"CFF" = "Cabbage Flowers for Food". http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/archives/parsons/publications/vegetabletravelers/broccoli.html

RLI = Constance Goddard DuBois : The Religion of the Luiseño Indians of Southern California. Berkeley : Univ of CA Pr, 1908. http://www.sacred-texts.com/nam/ca/roli/roli15.htm#fn_188

"ThPN" = "Theft of Pine Nuts". http://mojavedesert.net/shoshoni-indians/wsm05.html

/enelusios/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3De%29nhlu%2Fsios

GB 22:3 = James Frazer : The Golden Bough. http://kernos.revues.org/1785#tocto1n3

NGN"LMMM" = NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC News "Lightning Makes Mushrooms Multiply". http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/04/100409-lightning-mushrooms-japan-harvest/

"LF--S" = "Lightning Facts -- Significance". http://lightninginjury.lab.uic.edu/ltnfacts.htm#target5

MH = Mrs M. Grieve : A Modern Herbal. https://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/h/hortai39.html#des

/hippourid-/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=i%28%2Fppouris&la=greek&can=i%28%2Fppouris0&prior=h(#lexicon

/phaidra/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dfai%2Fdra

MM = Edward Winslow Gifford : Miwok Myths. UNIV OF CA PUBL.S IN AMER ARCHAEOLOGY & ETHNOLOGY, Vol. 12, No. 8 (May 1917), pp. 283-338.


PFAF"ETE" = "Equisetum telmateia Ehrh." http://www.pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Equisetum+telmateia

associated monuments {counterclockwise enumeration of monuments : in sequence of week-days}

sun {at east}

monument of eagles (because "bird-nester" myth is about ascension to heaven via an eagle's nest) [added Apr 20 2016] -- having eagles-supported chain around it to denote Peri ('around')- klumenos (who "changed into an eagle" [DCM, s.v. "Periclymenus 2"]), mare's milk (whey quaffed by falconers) being that of those "tethered with iron chains" [DCM, s.v. "Diomedes 1"] for Whiggamores ('mare-drivers' in Rheged) [added May 18] {corrected 31 May 2017 to : monument having winged figure atop pilastre : cf. (Mal>akiy 4:2) "Sun ... with ...wings."}

moon {at north-east}

monument of rider on horseback [added 2016 about Febr] {corrected Wedn 2 Nov 2016 to : Byrnes monument -- Byrnes being the name of the local insane asylum, thus for lunacy fostered by the moon}

ares {NNE}

Theodore Roosevelt monument of soldier carrying military weapon

hermes {at north-north-west}

monument (i.e., its pedestal) of step-pyramid (because of such Yucatec-and-Aztec pyramids among worshippers of morning-star, namely (Aztec) Tlahuizcalpan-tecuhtli, viz., (according to D. H. Kelley) mercury) [added about Jan 2016]

zeus {at northwest}

monument to obstetrics (because when Zeus was born, he was concealed [and a stone substituted in his stead] [added 2016 about Mar] {at birth of Zeus's son Hera-klees, parturition-goddess Eileithuia assisted [31 May 2017]}

aphro-dite {at WNW}

monument to bee-keeping [if Hoban be allowed to be taken as aequivalent to Yucatec god Hobnil] (because Aphro-dite hath the bee as her messenger}

kronos {at west}

monument to Swede (because Sweden is the nation recommending the most social sharing, as is typical to the aira of Kronos/Saturnus) [added Sept 2016] {corrected Wedn 2 Nov 2016 to : palmetto monument -- because date-palm (resembling palmetto) is the sweetest of commercially-readily-available fruits; and throughout the aira of influence by Kronos sweet sap dripped from the trees (evidently, specificly from the Mediterranan ashtree whose sweet sap is made into syrup)}


[written Febr 12-14 2016, but had been using (with some revisions over the years) much of this since before nomination of Obama, for daily rite at state-capitol building, about 1 hour (often more than that, several days each week for as much as full two hours per day) every day for some 5 years -- occasions than every day for first couple of years, but afterwards gradually increasing]


9-nychthemeron cycle, for 7 planets + 2 parts (viz., Rahu & Ketu) of Svar-bhanu




{*Lupe ('pigeon') Maui : cf. flying dove carrying rat aloft in Nahuatl dream-theriometamorphosis}

[9th (for 9 Taoist sections of the brain) =] {18-petalled} Sahasra-ara (with concentric rainbow-circles)

kumara sweet-potato, of Maori rainbow-and-peace god Rono (cf. yownah 'dove' of rainbow-and-peace) [the cakra is designated '1000-petalled' to referr to the 2 sides each (as though each were an Ardha-nar-is`vara) of the 500 arhant-es of a buddha : but in the bauddha cosmology there are 18 heavens (= 18-petalled cakra?)]; onion (Latin /unio/, also meaning 'pearl', the iridescence whereof is reminiscent of that of the interior of the flying-saucer voyaged aboard by Orfeo Angelucci when it was recharging its engine in the interior of the sun)

{Kedalion, being carried by O[w]arion (/oaro-s/ 'converse, discourse, chat, lecture, ditty, biassed song') "walking upon the waves" (Th"H:A4") to Helios (Hesiodos : Astronomia, cited in Erato-sthenes : Kat[a-]asterismoi 32 -- Th"GK"). Hurieus discovered triple-fathered (Th"N:D13") O[w]arion in Huria, where walker-on-water Eu-phemos was begotten on (Th"H:EM") MEKIO-NIke ('stature-victrix') = Zend-Awesta goddess Masyane (< */MAS`YANI/).}

[8th =] 16-petalled Vi-S`UDDHi ('completely purified [or rehabilitated]'); there being 16 tithi-s of, evidently, Medha- (< */Masdha/-) [cf. Ahura-Mazda] tithi

coriandre (Skt /AVaRIka/, cognate with /O[W]aRIon/ : As for Owarion, "Delia [Artemis] made him her companion" [Ovidius : Fasti 5.493 sq -- Th"GO"]); banana-fruit (cf. its tripartite symmetry with the triplicit surface of the beech- and of the buckwheat-seed) of Musa sapientum (because /S`UDDHa/ is cognate with Hellenic /KUSTHos/ 'cunnus, i.e., woman's vagina', and in a certain Papuan public rite -- viz., in order to rehabilitate her socially after discovery of her performing secret adultery -- a peeled banana is thrust into the woman's vagina) [Skt /KaDALI/ 'banana' is (apparently) etymologically aequivalent to /KeDALIon/, name (according to Hesiodos -- DCM, s.v. "Hephaestos", p. 191a) of the instructor of HE-PHAISTOS (= Norse god /Ve/ + /PHAISTOS/ [for /phaid-to-/ 'having beamed, having glistened, having sparkled'] the name of a city in Krete) in metallurgy; directed, while being carried by him, the temporarily-blind O[w]arion to have his eyesight restored by Helios]. \O[w]-arion\ 'egg-noble' = Di Ku, whose wife ate a swallow's egg (HChM, s.v. "Jiandi", p. 149) while worshipping the sacred stone which (HChM, s.v. "Jiandi", p. 150) "was broken into two pieces." Cf. the splitting of the moon (according to the Qur>an). O[w]-arion's 1st wife Side ('pomegranate'; but cf. \sidaros\ 'iron') = Di Ku's 1st wife (HChM, s.v. "Jiang Yuan", p. 150), at whose temple "people often polished coins" (HChM, s.v. "Jiang Yuan", p. 152) -- cf. Spartan iron coins.

deer-dragged (according to the Markan.d.eya Pura.na) MANu-s [deer-deity is aequated with peyotl by the Wic^ol] through deluge-waters

{7th =} 14 MANU-antara-s

maize (because aphids, tended by emmets, suck sap from maize, in like manner as sap is sucked from the MAN ('manna' herb); pineapple, because kanaima` (pineapple) shamans are able to transform themselves into "butterflies" [DSh, p. 96], and goddess Itz-papalotl 'obsidian butterfly' aftermath (later guise) of pursuit by a "deer-woman" [MMGG, "s.v. "Deer", p. 163]; pricklypear (because Itz-papalotl entred a cactus).}

black-antelope-rider Vayu worshipping Is`a

[6th =] 12-petalled Ana-ahata

lentils provided (to <es`aw) by Ya<qob YIS`ra<->el = IS`[a] : for, I`S-Vara 'Is`-chooser' must be <ES`aW who chose to resign his birthright in favor of Ya<qob); peas (/PISon/, cf. /PIS-ion/ father of Deioneus); coconut (because /-AHATa/ = pistos ('faithful') /AKHATes/ ('agate', interior-coated hollow similar to that of coconut)

Agni riding upon ram (= Phrixos rider on divine ram Khryso-mallos = Huan-di rider upon [HChM, s.v. "Huang Di", p. 144] bearded dragon) or goat (bearded)

[5th =] 10-petalled Man.i-pura 'jewel city' (cf. 10-legged "crab", HChM, s.v. "Huang Di", p. 144)

beans and melon-seeds (Huan-di "rules over the records of the dead. {cf. "written in the Lamb's Book of Life" (AI21:27)} ... For this reason are offered ... yellow beans and melon seeds" [DI"OW", p. 60].) {Cf. knotless thumbing of black-beans to the silent Lemures (Th"O:F5" VII. ID 9th).}

{BHR.GU = PHLeGUas the cremater, punished, for murder of his own father-in-law Deioneus, by Nukteus ('nocturne') son of (Th"A:B3:10:1") Hurieus and of Klonia ('cloned, i.e., resprouted, plant' -- cf. Papuan deities of plant-cloning). Deioneus's daughter (DCM, s.v. "Antiope", p. 45b) married Phokos; another [?!] Phokos espoused (DCM, s.v. "Phocus 3", p. 368b) a daughter of Deion (female).

{4th =} 8 cemeteries (of rN~in-ma cosmology -- derived perhaps from Bon provenience)

acorns (the handcuffs binding C^i-you are constituted of oak-wood [UP"C^Y"]). The cause (HChM, pp. 66-7) of severance of the link betwixt Heaven and Earth, namely 4-eyed ("MGWU", p. 3) C^i-you the eater of stone [likely the deity of stone-corroding lichen] : at his demise there (HChM, p. 142) "originated the custom of burial." This may be aequivalent to Yoruba 4-eyed death-god Iku 'Death'. Somewhat similar is 4-eyed hero NoRaG- (= Pauran.ik NR.Ga), eponym of the nuraghi (i.e., tholoi 'treasuries' for amber etc.) on Sardon island : the fan-xian-s^i "who wore a bearskin with four golden eyes" (WP"FXSh") may have been impersonating "Ts`ang Chieh, who is said to have had four eyes" (HChL, lib. I, cap. I). C^i-you hath an "iron forehead" : cf. the peculiar hairdo of (acc. the S`iva Upa-puran.a?) the Afghan tribe "BHAS`a" (cognate with /PHOKos/?).}

VIS.N.U {= [W]Ei[h]oneus < */WaISoNaU-/}

3rd = 6-petalled SVADH-is.t.hANa

olive (Athene [< */SVADHANa/] was planteress of it [Apollodoros : Bibliotheka 3.14.1; Hyginus : Fabulae 164 -- Th"OAM--A&PVA"]).

boy Brahma, redincarnated as PRAJa-pati = PRotO-Genos Pha[w]-ethon 'becoming ethnic?' (who died as boy)

2nd = 4-petalled Mula-dhara ('root-support')

grape & fig (grape-god Dio-nusos = Tlaloc; and "Tlaloc's emblem was a toad" ["RGM"]; toads are warty, and genital warts may be treated medically with ["FSWE"] fig-sap). Zagreus was devoured as boy, rescued as ever-living sacred-heart, and reborn as Dio-nusos; while Skt /kumara/ 'boy', i.e., Skanda/Murugan), is wielder of divine spear, whence "eight shining spears" (6CN 5, p. 3).

ITARa (6CN 33, p. 11) = ITONos, father of (DCM, s.v. "Itonus") Io-dama, who married (DCM, s.v. "Iodama") Ogugos the son of (DCM, s.v. "Ogygus 1", p. 326b) Alistra = /alind-ethra/ 'sandy place for rolling in [to remove fleas]' : cf. Killos ('flea') [also the name of a Cynic philosopher] renowned as attempted rapist of the wife of Pelops, who came from Paphlagonia (homeland of Cynicism).

1st = 2-petalled Ajn~a ('command') in 3rd eye, i.e., pituitary [named for Hell. /pitus/ 'pinetree'] gland : ("WCQuAL") "porphyrins {named for attempted rapist Porphurion} ... stimulate the pituitary gland and lead to the release of increased levels of sex hormones."

pinenut (because an alternative spelling of /Saturnus/ is [OCD, s.v. "Saturnus", p. 955b] /Saeturnus/, apparently a compound of /saeta/ 'spiny leaf of coniferous tree' [LD, s.v. "saeta"] + /urnus/ 'urn'); plum; apricot, because "the Greek word ... (melon or malon) meant any sort of tree-fruit; thus the Armenian melon was an apricot" (DLS, s.v. "Apple", p. 12) = chruson 'golden' melon -- [mistranslated 'golden apple'] praesented by (Apollodoros : Bibliotheka 2.113; Athenaios : Deipnosophistai 3.83c -- Th"OHM") Gaia to Hera, who was disrobed by Porphurion; for Hera is named Hera-klees, who strangled (Th"ThLN") the Nemeian lion : Andro-klees extracted (ME"A") a thorn from a lion's paw, Yes^uw is lame lion-god, and similarly Tezcatli-poca is prosthetic-footed leopard-god); peaches (because peach-cultivating Hsi-wan-mu 'west-queen-mother' is tigress-goddess); /itara/ is a stone idol; Io-dama (priestess of Athene in KORONoIa : cf. KORONIs whose protectress is Athene -- DCM, s.v. "Coronis 2") became a stone statue (DCM, s.v. "Iodama"); and Io-dama's daughter is Thebe (/Thebanas/ 'northeast wind', northeast being the direction of deity named /Is`ana/, a name cognate with Hellenic /eikon/, i.e. icon [e.g., stone statue]). "She holds a book" (6CN 32, p. 11), as if *SALaswati the book-goddess : possibly cf. *SALANyu = HELENe, whose unsuccessful attempted rapist is Enaro-phoros ('imprecation-bearing') = Vivasvant (Saranyu's unsuccessful attempted copulater : she, however, snuffed up his spilled semen). Is /Vivasvant/ cognate with /iwana/ [misspelled "iguana"] 'big lizard' (an instance being the tuatara, renowned for having visible the 3rd eye)? If so, then the peripneumat, i.e., circumspirit ("glorious robe" of Hera) must open the 3rd eye.

Th"H:A4" = "Hesi-[h]odos : Astronomia, Fragment 4". http://www.theoi.com/Text/HesiodMiscellany.html [Owar-ion not only walketh upon the waves of the sea, but also alone emerged from the pelt spread out by Hurieus. Cf. : "Which alone spreadeth out the heavens, and treadeth upon the waves of the sea." (>iyowb 9:8 http://biblehub.com/job/9-8.htm )]

Th"GO" = "Gigante Orion". http://www.theoi.com/Gigante/GiganteOrion.html

"TNPM" = "Tuma-uyi, Nata-aska, Patung, Mastop Kasina". http://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Clipart/NativeClipart-Kachina_pg8.html

B&C"AO" = "Artemis Orthia". http://www.civilization.org.uk/greece/greece-work-in-progress/sparta/the-shrine-of-artemis-orthia

Th"GK" = "Georgikos Kedalion". http://www.theoi.com/Georgikos/Kedalion.html

Th"N:D13" = "Nonnos : Dio-nusiaka 13". http://www.theoi.com/Text/NonnusDionysiaca13.html

Th"H:EM" = "Hesi-[h]odos : Eoai Megalai". http://www.theoi.com/Text/HesiodMiscellany.html#Eoiae

DSh = Neil L. Whitehead : Dark Shamans. Duke U Pr, Durham (NC), 2002.

MMGG = Kay Almere Read & Jason J. Gonza`les : Mesoamerican Mythology : a Guide to the Gods ... . ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara (CA), 2000.

AI21:27 = Apokalupsis by Ioannes 21:27. http://biblehub.com/revelation/21-27.htm (This "Lamb" must surely be Chruso-mallos.)

DI"OW" = Peter Nickerson : "Opening the Way : Exorcism, Travel, and Soteriology in Early Daoist Mortuary Practice and Its Antecedents". In :- Livia Kohn & Harold D. Roth (edd.) : Daoist Identity : History, Lineage, and Ritual. Univ of HI Pr, Honolulu, 2002. pp. 58-77. http://docslide.us/documents/daoist-identity.html

Th"O:F5" = "Ovidius : Fasti 5". http://www.theoi.com/Text/OvidFasti5.html

Th"A:B3" = "Apollo-doros : Bibliotheka 3". http://www.theoi.com/Text/Apollodorus3.html

UP"C^Y" = UFOpedia article "Chi You". http://www.ufopedia.it/Chi_You.html

WP"FXSh" = WIKIPEDIA article "Fangxiangshi". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fangxiangshi

HChL = Herbert A. Giles : A History of Chinese Literature. D. Appleton & Co, 1923. http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks08/0800151.txt

HChM = Lihui Yang & Deming An : Handbook of Chinese Mythology. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara (CA), 2005.

"MGWU" = "Mysteries of the Golden Woman of Ugra". http://www.ufodigest.com/goldenwoman3.html

Th"OAM--A&PVA" = "Olympios Athena Myths -- Athena & Poseidon Vie for Athens". http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/AthenaMyths.html#Athens

"RGM" = "Robert Graves on Myths". http://www.datapacrat.com/True/MUSHROOM/GRAVES.HTM

"FSWE" = "Fig Sap For Wart Elimination". http://wartrolforwarts.com/home-remedies-to-remove-warts-fast/natural-herbs/fig-sap-for-wart-elimination/

6CN = Purn.ananda (transl. by Arthur Avalon, i.e., Sir John Woodroffe ) : S.at.-Cakra Nirupana. http://www.bahaistudies.net/asma/7chakras.pdf

OCD = N. G. L. Hammond H. H. & Scullard : The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 2nd edn. Oxford : Clarendon Pr, 1970.

DLS = Michael Ferber : A Dictionary of Literary Symbols. Cambrige Univ Pr, 1999. http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/samples/cam032/98053639.pdf

Th"OHM" = "Olympios Hera Myths". http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/HeraMyths.html#Seduction

Th"ThLN" = "Ther Leon Nemeios". http://www.theoi.com/Ther/LeonNemeios.html

ME"A" = "Androcles". http://www.mythencyclopedia.com/Am-Ar/Androcles.html

Alistra/alindethra http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Da%29li%2Fstra with http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=%3Da%29lindh%2Fqra&la=greek&can=%3Da%29lindh%2Fqra0&prior=h%28#lexicon

"WCQuAL" = "Wild Carrot - Queen Annes Lace". http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/wild.html

Thebanas 'northeast wind' http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3D*qhba%2Fnas

associated monuments for the 2 nychthemera added to the Hellenistic 7 (7 + 1 = 8, possibly of Etruscan/Roman 8-day week)

Svar-bhanu (< *Sval-bhanu, cf. Eddic Svalin)

[likewise recognized Thur 3 Nov 2016] monument of departure towards south (direction of Yama, god guiding souls [of males; praesumably Yami's being guide for females] of the dead)

associated monuments for the 2 nychthemera added to the Hellenistic 7 (7 + 2 = 9 of Hindu 9-day week)

Mula {corr. : Rahu at south}

monument to the ship of enslavers (because of the ship aboard whereof [Homeric Hymn 7 to Dionusos] was abducted, athwart the Turrhenian sea, god Dio-nusos, a god promoting [according to Philostratos the Elder : Imagines 1.19 -- Th"ODW--TP"] musical instruments for entertaining dolphins at sea) {corrected Thur 3 Nov 2016 to : monument, located further towards south, deicated to goddess Athene (depicted alike unto Sarasvati, holding a book) -- goddess Athene was born from the forehead of Zeus, wherewith cf. the head of decapitated Rahu. The understanding may be that goddess Kun.d.alini is able to entre sus.umna (mystically aequivalent to mundane river Sarasvati, believed to be older locus of that which later became known at the "Indus Valley civilization") specificly at Svadhis.t.hana.}

Ajn~a {corr. : at southeast}

monument to pinecones {corrected Thur 3 Nov 2016 to : monument, located south-east, of military-general -- cf. the expression "terrible as an army with banners" (S^iyr ha S^iyriym 6:10), 'banner' being the litteral meaning of /Ketu/.}

Th"ODW--TP" = "Olympios Donysos Wrath -- Tyrrhenian Pirates". http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/DionysosWrath.html#Tyrrhenian

S^iyr ha S^iyriym 6:10 http://biblehub.com/songs/6-10.htm


13-day cycle (aequivalent to cycle of 9 + 4 adscititiously ) [with deities and monuments assigned, written Apr 20 2016]

may involve Poseidon as original owner of Kranae [/kraneia/ 'cornel-cherry'], name of citadel/acropolis of the city afterwards re-named Athenai because awarded (on account of her olive, which is round-seeded alike unto a cherry) to that female type : a plural city-name implying a multitude of goddesses each named Athene. [in Atthike] (for monument to cherry-tree hero G.W.) Most likely, Kranae (referring to cherries) is of different etymology from the town-name /Kranioi/ (the latter cognate with /cranium/) on the isle Kephallenia ('head') -- this last may be /s`ran-/.}

may also involve [W]ai[w]olos = Vayu the god of flags (for monument of multiple flags)

may also involve Prometheus, titan of giant-fennel the hollow stalk whereof is employed for transporting embers (for monument to the cannon) -- food is bamboo-shoot

may also involve Hephaistos, god of Phaistos : city of spiralling writing, cf. visionary ayahuasca-swirl (for monument to book) -- for esculent curled fronds


[2nd-5th written Febr 13 2016; 6th-8th added Febr 14th; 9th Sahasra-ara (and also 8th Bhas`a/Phokos -- bronze head of C^i-you pertinent to the metallic spacesuit helmet according to flying-saucer enthousiasts) added Febr 15th; attributed coconut to 6th Ana-ahata and cherry to 3rd Svadh-is.t.hana Febr 17th; attributed (same attribution having been in our praevious edition of this list, several years ago, assigning foods to weekdays) pineapple to 7th Manu and both ginger and rice to Tue/Mars Febr 23rd; attributed grapes and figs to 2nd Mula-dhara Febr 26th; attributed buckwheat to Mon/Moon (lunar crescent) Febr 29th; attributed gooseberry to Sun Mar 2nd; attributed oat & grape & cauliflower to Fri/Venus Mar 4th; attributed squash to 8th Vi-s`uddhi Mar 7th; attributed Di Ku to 8th Vi-s`uddhi Sept 11th 2017; attributed giant-horsetail to Satur Apr 2nd; attributed seaweed to Sun Apr 3rd; attributed pawpaw & papaya to Sun Apr 6th; attributed plum, apricot, and peach to Ajn~a Apr 11th; attributed pinenut to Ajn~a Apr 20th. Pandaros, Pandareos, Philo-ktetes, En-lil, Nin-lil, Liliaios, & Khruso-themis added to Sun June 21st; attributed tamarisk-nut & quince to Wedn/Stilbont June 21st; attributed pear to Wedn/Stilbont (and deleted attribution to Fri which had been based on similarity of Hellenic /APIs/ 'pear-tree' to Latin /APIes/ 'bee', bee being messenger of Aphro-dite to ANKHIses; because ANKHI-noe married (DCM, s.v. "Sithon") SITHon, whose name is cognate with /S^iddiym/ wherein was Sdom, the city wherein women died from submitting to sexual intercourse, a curious contrast to a male drone-bee's dying while copulating : as for insect-messenger, this is likely the Yucatec louse-god, who is swallowed by a toad-god, who is swallowed by a hawk-god, perhaps of the big hawkweed [ἱεράκιον τὸ μέγα] SITHilesade. Likewise, Skt /kuharita/ 'sound uttered during copulation' would be in contrast to /Sdom/, i.e. TL-MRJ causative praefix /s-/ + Strong's 1745 /duwmah/ 'silence'.) Sept 8th. Attributed ambiguity of trees to Stilbont Hermes Nov 24th. Attributed peanut to burial in cemeteries Apr 1st 2017. Attributed Koronis to 1st Sept 11th 2017.]

/Sithilesade/ http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3Dsiqilesade%2F

[Possible oikonomic exposition concerning Philo-ktetes, Karm-anor, and Khruso-themis added June 27th 2016.]