Just a follow-up to my last two posts. As should be clear, the God Learners used Theyalan and Malkioni myths as the foundation for the Monomyth, and incorporated the Dara Happan myths only through the Theyalans (who had their own mythic synthesis movement with the Broken Council). They were also quite familiar with Teshnite, Kralorelan, Fonritian, and Doraddi mythology, although their understanding was not as deep, and it is clear that although they had many successes, they also made many errors, particularly with Doraddi and Kralorelan mythology.
Further afield and the God Learners made little headway in Mythic Synthesis.
Remember their goal is pragmatic. Get it right and they can magically master the world. Get it wrong and everything sinks under the waves.
And so for the God Learners (unlike modern academics) all the incentives are to get something that works. Like being able to figure out there must be a God of Fire that Burns on Water and then summoning it to wipe out a hostile navy.
The God Learners are more like comparative mythologists who operate from the starting position that the gods are most definitely real (and very powerful) entities. And who want to be able to use that power or at least deflect it.