That's enough of fictional devils, back to the maps. I attach a blur containing the Anahatan axis as we thought; accidentally this also includes the places mentioned in the Subba Row's article above.
I said (May 3) that it sounds that Prayaga seems to be corresponding to the actual centermost heart cakra, while Varanasi would be the one connected to the physical heart at left. Yet that seems extremely unlikely since you convinced me that Baidyanath is the "liver-heart" at right: therefore Varanasi must be the middlemost, and Prayaga at the "heart muscle".
If that is so, the Skull Hill where the crosses are erected is beheld as if from Purnagiri (sounds about right, since that too bears the same name, in a way, being the Black Mountain of mortification), namely, conveniently just like it seems from our present time use of maps, where East is at the right side. Do you think that this is also how one should place personal Varanasi & Baidyanath at the local map: as seen from the south side, Purnagiri?
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Faust: "Lo contempla. / Ei muove in tortuosa spire / e s'avvicina lento alla nostra volta. / Oh! se non erro, / orme di foco imprime al suol!"