UNRESOLVED REFERENCES

Compiled by the Editor

 

The table below is a list I have compiled of references scattered throughout the corpus which I have been unable to resolve. As stated in the Intro, the chief reasons are these; wrong volume number/page number/plate number supplied; the work is not available online; Massey's reference is too obscure to trace; no source is given; or it is in a foreign language.

I would therefore be most grateful to anybody who can help me with the following:

Page Link Details of Reference
AE 1:24 Rameses the Sixth, Ai a god with the ears of an ass (an illustration?)
AE 1:35 Meal-dust is thrown into the eyes of the sacred turtle by the Zunis to make it weep
AE 1:47 Tshi-speaking peoples 'Sofia,' the name of the priest, signifies 'the dancing man.'
AE 1:48 Bechuanas totem they will ask 'What dance do you dance?' as an equivalent for the question 'To what clan do you belong?'
AE 1:48 Inuit religious fetes/anniversaries of the dead, biographies of the departed are told to the spectators in dumb show/dancing
AE 1:54 Upper Egypt, where Ariu, the land of the Ari, is a name of the seventeenth nome (Brugsch)
AE 1:63 Haidahs in Queen Charlotte Sound claim descent from the crow
AE 1:64 The totems of the Algonquin denote the mothers (Schoolcraft)
AE 1:72 Tierra del Fuegians explained that they ate the white man
AE 1:128 Aleutians, who dance in a state of nudity with white eyeless masks upon their faces
AE 1:134 Girls come of age, suffered opening rite of puberty, Zulu fashion; initiate run naked through downpour of water, a 'he-rain'
AE 1:142 Sorcerers and witches, spirit mediums, of the Mexicans were said to transform themselves into animals
AE 1:162 To the effect that personality has no foothold in the world outside ourselves (Spinoza)
AE 1:173 Arabs act in the same way in order that the offspring may be ennobled (Wilken)
AE 1:208 The Mail, 8/8/1903, death of Pope Leo XIII, coronation of Pius X 'a Consistory would be held to close and open the lips...'
AE 1:210 Vignettes to kap. 2 and 186. human figure is never lost to view through all the phantasmagoria of transformation
AE 1:219 Dignitary of the Church of England the other day, 'Christianity has done with the metaphysical Christ.'
AE 1:250 Daily Mail, March 2nd, 1904. Lady Lugard, there is a tribe in Nigeria who are reputed not to have lost their tails
AE 1:251 Hoes/wooden stands = headrests, Egyptians prototypes among East Central African tribes (Macdonald, Africana, vol. 1 ?)
AE 1:287 There is a saying that 'the devil is known by his long tail'
AE 1:288 Isis, a form of the lunar goddess, spearing the head of Apap in the dark waters of night (Wilkinson)
AE 1:331 Throne was indicated by the polar star (CR, 4, 194. Wrong vol./p. no.)
AE 1:428 Seven palaces/mansions. These, according to the Zohar, were afterwards rearranged to become the abodes of the blessed
AE 1:433 Rare picture of the god who is alone, who was engaged in sketching with a pen the figure of Child-Horus (Wilkinson)
AE 1:445 Called the khat-en-ankhu or tree of life (Pyramid Texts)
AE 1:448 Paradise, says Ibn Ezra, is the place of one tree
AE 1:452 It is also spoken of as the sycamore in the eastern sky (Pyramid Texts, Pepi I, 174)
AE 1:534 Ptolemaeus, Herakleon, Clement Alexander, Origen, reign of messiah will last one year
AE 1:593 Seven stars tradition that after many ages they would return and meet together again (Plato)
AE 1:631 Reviewing M. Renan's work on Israel, a recent writer asks 'Whence did they come, where or when were they invented?'
AE 1:635 Those who are in the Tuat are called the Tuata (Pyramid Texts)
AE 1:640 Beni-Israel were passing through the gorge or defile the Moabites (Targum of Jerusalem)
AE 1:667 'I drink abundantly of the waters of Tefnut'
AE 1:762 On the tomb of Rameses IX the dove appears in place of the hawk (an illustration)
AE 1:810 Argument of Professor Huxley against the miracle
NG 1:1 M. Maspero is likewise of opinion that all the forms and names of the innumerable gods
NG 1:48 Horus in Skhem, the hidden shrine and shut-place, also known as a region of annihilation (Mon. Brit. Museum)
NG 1:87 'It need not be the head of an enemy' (J. G. Wood)
NG 1:103 The New Zealanders are said to think that a man who is eaten is thus destroyed soul and body
NG 1:113 Virgin Mother just as surely as if she had been the Vāmoru-tarā of the Tantras
NG 1:115 Arabic saying that 'When a woman has a husband, she can turn the moon round her little finger.'
NG 1:137 Fable differs from λόγος, because the latter is true (Georgics)
NG 1:218 Assyrian name of number 1, istin or estin, to be derived from the root 'es' (Sayce)
NG 1:218 Hebrew 'aish,' for the personal one, each one, every one (Bertin)
NG 1:226 Kircher, who claimed a most ancient origin for these figures
NG 1:236 Primitive man accidentally said 'dā' (Professor Noire)
NG 1:237 Blue heaven does not appear in the Vedas (Max Muller)
NG 1:244 Latin fœmina being pronounced hœmina (De Roquefort)
NG 1:246 Renders the same sound by the r that others render by the l (Captain Burton)
NG 1:272 Greenland woman as expressing her sense of supreme pleasure by drawing in a very long breath (Egede)
NG 1:301 Buddhists attribute all diseases to evil spirits (Huc)
NG 1:320 Egyptian beb is the hole of the abyss and kebeb signifies the source (Pierret, Vocabulaire Hieroglyphique, no p. no.)
NG 1:334 Traced a similar design in an earthwork found in Argyllshire (Mr. Phryne)
NG 1:340 Votan, son of the snake, subterranean passage of heaven. This was 'un ahugero de colubra' (Brasseur de Bourbourg)
NG 1:342 Hurons called the evil principle the grandmother of the good (Waitz, Anthropologie, vol. 3, p. 183. Incorrect ref.)
NG 1:347 Constellation Hydra was so directly connected with the Nile (Theon)
NG 1:353 Coiled-up snake, that the eye should be visible inside the circle (Philo)
NG 1:358 Barddas describe the dragon as pursuing Keridwen the Fair around the stones of Kaer-Sidi
NG 1:367 Other inscriptions in which S S S is mentioned as the birthplace of Sut (Brugsch)
NG 1:377 Phrygian mysteries mother of gods pine-tree cut down youth bound inside first day feast Kubele (Silvestre de Sacy)
NG 1:393 Tree, the mount, and the horn are confounded together (Pausanias)
NG 1:394 Pardes, says Ibn Ezra, is a garden planted with one kind of tree
NG 1:428 Souls in Paradise as kneeling, praying, respiring inside a cross of fire which forms their world (Dante)
NG 1:432 Hurons tattoo themselves on the thigh with black figures, sometimes of a serpent, at others of a cross (Kahn)
NG 1:433 Tau cross on a Phoenician vase far down below modern Jerusalem (Captain Warren)
NG 1:433 Julian was right in saying he waged a 'Warfare with the X'
NG 1:454 Japan, birth of child publicly announced by the villagers under the sign of the fish (Log of Lord Colin Campbell)
NG 1:461 Artemis, Kubelê, carries the abode on her head in the shape of the tower or fortress, because she first created cities (Ovid)
NG 1:497 Improbability of the Jews being in possession of the dogma of a dual messiah in pre-Christian times (Gfrörer)
NG 1:499 phoenix with hawk of his brother flying at the back of his head or skullcap (Birch, Gallery of Antiquities. Unable to trace.)
NG 1:501 The three-form triad at head of the pantheon (Champollion)
NG 1:512 It was of this cult that a Latin author says, 'There were to be seen in the temples, etc.'
NG 1:526 3 divisions are elsewhere stated as sky, earth, and waters (Muir, Original Sanskrit Texts, vol. 3, p. 10. Wrong vol./p. no.)
NG 1:535 Heka.t appears in one representation as the waiting-maid or Cinderella (Wilkinson, Materia Hieroglyphica, 16.b)
NG 1:538 Greeks called fig-leaves, vine-leaves, and ivy-leaves thria, because each consisted of three parts (Athenaeus)
NG 1:546 Gnostic gems the tetradic form of Iao as Iaeo (British Museum, case 86, G. 133)
NG 1:549 Horus born, not begotten (Brugsch, Geographische Inschriften altägyptischer Denkmäler, vol. 1, p. 247. Unable to trace.)
NG 2:14 Hippa "Starry Soul of the world" (Proclus)
NG 2:19 Dahome people, which is called kutom (Captain Burton)
NG 2:20 Paradise, the word was borrowed by the Hebrews from the Persians (Renan)
NG 2:31 Meru, signify that 'which has a lake' (Burnouf)
NG 2:39 Creator to the earth, calling upon her to furnish her portion for the bodying forth of man (Rabbi Moses Gerundensis)
NG 2:82 Earth described by the Hebrew writers was founded in the nine dry signs (Diodorus)
NG 2:117 Iroquois myth great mother lost heaven, tempted with bear's grease (Schoolcraft, vol. 1, pp. 16-7. Unable to trace)
NG 2:121 Rainbow in China as the result of improper connection between the yang/yin (Legge, Chinese Classics, vol. 4, pp. 1, 83)
NG 2:123 Cow too sacred to be milked (Rig-Veda, bk. 8.19.15)
NG 2:130 The deceased is spoken of as putting on his tann (Rig-Veda)
NG 2:147 'You also, angels,' said the Lord, 'would sin were you to enter the lower world.'
NG 2:167 The bed of the four rivers is spoken of as the work of Indra (Rig-Veda, L. 6)
NG 2:216 Eridanus of Ptolemy
NG 2:222 Hebrew Al or El was the presiding deity of the planet Saturn (Philo)
NG 2:222 Chaldean mythology Al was the presiding divinity of the planet Saturn (Diodorus)
NG 2:224 Mexican pyramids; sun and moon, and a cluster of seven small ones for the seven stars, the Pleiades (Haliburton)
NG 2:255 Stone monuments were left thus at the general flood (Norden)
NG 2:278 5, evil number, modern Egyptians, watches have a nought (Wilkinson, Handbook, p. 142. Wrong p. no. Unable to trace.)
NG 2:279 People in the south of China still make use of a clepsydra (Bridgman)
NG 2:280 Egyptians divided the twenty-four hours into sixty parts (Lepsius)
NG 2:304 A year of thirteen months was also known to the Lavinians (Solinus, Polyhistora, bk. 34. Wrong ref. Unable to trace.)
NG 2:321 Turning of the world awry (Plato)
NG 2:337 Southern Cross, is described as being under the Scorpion in the chart (Eudoxus of Cnidus)
NG 2:340 Delambre's tables
NG 2:357 Christ was the logos who issued from silence
NG 2:360 Exposition of the Hebrew alphabet identifies the letter shin ש as the sign of the logos (Jerome)
NG 2:374 Egyptians used the word 'amen' as a call to come, a term of calling (Hecataeus)
NG 2:389 Seven breaths are assigned to the Holy Spirit (Justin)
NG 2:401 Date assigned to the birth of Christ is astronomical (Cassini)
NG 2:402 Christ was born on the same day that the sun was reborn in stabulo Augiæ (Justin)
NG 2:459 3rd C. the Egyptians worshipped a large number of saints and were in possession of a calendar of saints (De Rouge)
NG 2:463 Codex Sinaïticus Salome was a Mary of the sons of Zebedee
NG 2:500 'the end (as object) of creation was the incarnation of Christ' (Malebranche)
BB 1:2 Great Pyramid very near the heart of all, or about one mile 568 yards south of the thirtieth parallel of latitude
BB 1:29 Egyptians had lost the remembrance of their origin (Maspero)
BB 1:40 Chaldeans reckoned the age of their sacred books (Diodorus, The Library of History, bk. 2:113. Unable to trace)
BB 1:48 Aries/Pisces nearly 28,000 years ago, and ended when it re-entered the sign of the Fishes 255 BC (Drummond/Cassini)
BB 1:105 Hamiltons quarter a ship on their shield, reputed to be that of Nevydd
BB 1:114 Soul of man is of a circular form (Spenser)
BB 1:122 Harris Papyrus mentions a mythical monkey having an eye of khetam
BB 1:137 Da supply the Greek with the words δίδωμι, δαιτρός, and διδάσκω (Max Muller)
BB 1:148 Oldest name for corn in all Latium was far (Pliny)
BB 1:160 Skam is hurry-skurry (Shakespeare)
BB 1:160 Scamp, in Lancelot, is to run in a hurry
BB 1:177 Hru-hru-ha-ka = 'I come quickly to thee.' (De Rouge)
BB 1:183 Thames, as the tidal water, was once known as the Cockney (Camden)
BB 1:183 Khekh, as the Balance or Scales, applied in Paris, where we find the water is the Seine (Boileau)
BB 1:185 'The boat was shagged with waves' (Wicliff)
BB 1:222 Kar-Heb = the chief of the utists or conductor of the sacred rites (de Rouge)
BB 1:225 Picture of Khepra (Ptah) engaged in making a drawing of the child as Horus (Wilkinson)
BB 1:230 Page as a servant from the Greek παίδιον (Sayce, Introduction to the Science of Language, vol. 1, p. 342. Wrong p. no.)
BB 1:232 Chinese fung-yue, too indelicate to translate except by calling it Breath and Moon (Morrison)
BB 1:242 In the texts the infinite god is characterized as fu-nun-teri, or dilation without limit
BB 1:276 Start Point, in South Devon, the visible remains of a temple that belonged to the goddess Astoreth (Polwhele)
BB 1:279 Kabat, 2 dancers doing mill, raising each other up and down (Champollion/Pierret, 'Kab-t' Vocabulaire Hieroglyphique)
BB 1:313 'I am come here to the remains of Troy.' (Taliesin)
BB 1:337 Special ankh, unki, or jingo of Lower Egypt was the god Atum (Brugsch)
BB 1:339 Saxon eoten for giant is a word unknown in the Teutonic branch of language, a Lap word (Nilsson)
BB 1:339 Etan, to eat (Grimm)
BB 1:339 Odysseus, escapes from monster whose eye he put out, traced among the tribes of Abyssinia (Antoine d'Abbadie)
BB 1:344 Egypt the An of the monuments, the Aean is the black land, an appellation of the Heroöpolitan nome (Pliny)
BB 1:358 There is an Egyptian Artaur = flames of God (Maspero)
BB 1:365 Khnef was a form of Al, the black sun of the lower regions called the hinder-part
BB 1:368 'Edri Deserta' on the map, and Edrou Hëremos (Ptolemy)
BB 1:372 Deal, Dola (Caesar)
BB 1:427 When St. Alban's was a wood, The ancient city of Bulbourne stood
BB 1:432 Hampshire = Suthamtshire (Robert of Gloucester)
BB 1:437 Tibn-ti, the double Dyfen, appears on the monuments (Maspero)
BB 1:439 Islands of Albion and Iërne (Julius Caesar)
BB 1:467 Saxon Chronicle, men of the Peak are called Pecsaetan
BB 1:473 Ρηγνοι (Ptolemy)
BB 1:474 Domesday, name appears with the Egyptian masculine article prefixed as Prick-mare-word
BB 1:491 'That was formerly Sut,' we are told
BB 2:65 Offerings to dead/manes, cakes on tombs, scaffolds of reeds (Wilkinson, Manners and Customs, vol. 2, p. 362. Incorrect.)
BB 2:67 Banat regarded the word as Egyptian (Kimchi's Commentary on the Pentateuch)
BB 2:68 Choshen (Philo, Vit. Mos., 3.2. Incorrect ref.)
BB 2:134 Arke ('Αρχή) (Philo)
BB 2:134 Sah (constellation) in tomb of Rameses IV, Biban-el-Muluk (Champollion, Monuments de l'Égypt, pl. 176. Incorrect ref.)
BB 2:142 Dog-star constellation of group (Eratosthenes)
BB 2:148 המיכ derived from םוכ, kvm (Fuerst)
BB 2:152 Jehovah resolves into only three letters, JHV (Buxtorf)
BB 2:153 Commentary on the Pentateuch, the ןיפת, cake (Joshua Ben Jehuda)
BB 2:172 Constellation Cassiopeia was the Leg (Renouf)
BB 2:215 Israelites fled and fasted for six days, and on arriving at Sinai Moses set apart the seventh day as the day of rest (Justin)
BB 2:229 Osiris = double lion, lord of lion city, master of double strength and Lord of Hu (Brugsch, Dictionnaire géographique)
BB 2:230 'The gods at rest in the divine circle etc.' (Description de l'Egypte, vol. 2, pl. 91. Incorrect ref.)
BB 2:235 Etymology of the name of Moses, Mashui, or Mashevi (Fuerst, A Hebrew & Chaldee Lexicon. Unable to trace)
BB 2:236 Hebrew lawgiver and author of the Jewish laws was Musu, a Hebrew woman (Suidas)
BB 2:250 'The permutation or transformation of Israel,' (Kabbala Denudata)
BB 2:258 Ko (Ptolemy)
BB 2:289 Mummy-lid a picture of Atum as the green god (Champollion)
BB 2:292 Jah is supposed to be a word abbreviated from Ihvh (Gesenius)
BB 2:296 Phoenician Baal of the earliest time was known by the title of Baal-Itan, Βελιτάν (Strabo, Geographica, bk. 16:1)
BB 2:300 Biban-el-Muluk, with the name of Au or Iu. As Tum-neb-tata (Description de l'Egypte, vol. 2, pl. 90. Incorrect ref.)
BB 2:320 Ashel tree or grove should be printed with six points (Kimchi)
BB 2:332 בוא, the meaning of the turning (Fuerst)
BB 2:334 Chavel (לוח), a name of the Talmudic phoenix Talmud, Ezekielos
BB 2:356 MSS in which this word was written בהיתא or בהותא Athi-heb, Athu-heb or Ath-vaheb (Kimchi)
BB 2:356 בהותא in the Targumic MSS (Kimchi)
BB 2:365 Art remains of the Hekshus periods discovered in his excavations (Mariette)
BB 2:367 Pharaoh = the great house (de Rouge)
BB 2:369 The combination of Sut and Horus (Pleyte)
BB 2:376 Christ in the Toledoth Jesu, as the earliest divine child, who was without a father
BB 2:379 Menat appear by name on the monuments as a Sinaitic race (Chabas, Études sur l'Antiqité Historique. Wrong p. no.)
BB 2:383 Paschal Chronicle identifies her with Astronome
BB 2:383 Seduii (Vossius, de Origine ac Progressu Idololatriæ, bk. 1, c. 17. Incorrect.)
BB 2:411 Netem-Mut wife (Lepsius)
BB 2:415 Tanis, Zoan, םנט remains of Hekshus (Mariette, Lettre à M. le Vicomte de Rougé, p. 16. Incorrect p. no. Unable to trace)
BB 2:430 'Rabbi said daughter of Pharaoh was an Israelite.' 'How can that be?' 'Because she believed in the unity of God.' (Talmud)
BB 2:433 Solymi in almost Ethiopian colours (Choerilus)
BB 2:470 Ideograph for corpse, pagru (Boscawen)
BB 2:471 'Period stars.' A list of seven of these is given (WAI, 57)
BB 2:491 Vessel is described in detail hitherto inexplicable; every part of it has a term of magical significance (WAI, 4, 25, col. 1.)
BB 2:494 Kol-Pia'h, the 'voice of breath' (Roth)
BB 2:504 Shu separated earth/water in 2 masses, hostility of evil powers (Maspero, Histoire Ancienne des Peuples, p. 62. Wrong p.)
BB 2:506 Marduk, Amarud, or Nimrod = Su (Norris, Assyrian Dictionary, vol. 3, p. 853. Wrong page no.)
BB 2:507 'Create his name as lord of all the gods'
BB 2:517 Kings that appear as his ministers are said to be 365 (Jellinek, Bet Ha-Midrasch, v. 40)
BB 2:544 Egyptian word mai meaning bodily humours (Mariette)
BB 2:552 Called the ka, used for throwing at birds is the Egyptian boomerang (Chabas)
BB 2:567 These are likewise the 'founders of the heavenly abode,' as in the Ritual
BB 2:574 "A fierce flame devours him, consuming from the head down to his soles"
BB 2:597 West Australians in possession of an order of chivalry, to which certain women were chosen as an honour (Moore)
BB 2:659 Open period, un, means the lawful, the unprohibited (Sharpe)
ML 4 'Other gospel,' according to the apostles Cephas and James, who was utterly repudiated by Paul
ML 11 'I am the living image of Atum, proceeding from him as a sword.'
ML 32 Tatian is called an 'Apostle from the Church'
ML 49 Eusebius recorded his memorable boast that he had virtually made 'all square'
ML 51 Clement Alexander confesses that his Christ was of a nature that did not require the nourishment of corporeal food
ML 51 Origen, during the third century, there were various different versions of Matthew's gospel in circulation
ML 51 Jerome, end of the fourth century; and of the Latin versions he says there were as many different texts as manuscripts
ML 53 Clement Alexander, Origen, and Irenaeus agree in stating that Matthew's was the primary gospel
ML 81 'They regard the letter of each utterance as the symbol of that which was concealed from sight,' (Philo)
ML 86 Makheru, Word of Truth, 'the justified' which M. Pierret says is 'unfortunate.'
ML 90 The gnostic nature of this Christ is further and fully corroborated by both Irenaeus and Tertullian
ML 97 Christian, according to Justin, illuminated by the name of the Christ without
ML 142 Christian Fathers, who tell us that but for Plato they would never have understood the doctrine of the Trinity
ML 149 Charles Lamb stammered in his fun, 'But this is doing away with the devil; d-d-d-don't deprive me of my devil!'
ML 154 As Shakespeare points out, the flowers of March are not so fine as the flowers of June
ML 171 Cedrenus writes the name of Ares as Hartosi,
ML 171 Vettius Valens     "   "   as Hartes
ML 189 Saying of Goethe's; Until we let the half-gods go, the whole gods cannot come
ML 191 Gladstone doubts whether the root of Apollo is Greek, and says he would not be surprised to find it Eastern
ML 206 Aelian, gird at Hindu mode of inducing sacred sleep; followers of Apis have a better method of getting at the spiritworld
ML 248 Clement Alexander, Paul said he would bring the gnosis or Hidden Wisdom to the brethren in Rome
ML 266 Hindu commentator: 'One of their teachers said to me lately that all my people, about 800,000,000 every fifty years, etc.'
ML 278 Kircher estimated the number of intellectual proofs of the existence of God at 6561

Total = 221.

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