Divine Dragon-Queen (Nagini/kLu-mo) for Activation of Ajn~a ('Command') Cakra
According to Bon, the tunnel-dwelling kLu are turquoise-colored, similar to the "blue ... spruce" for emmet-folk of Tokpa the "silver" (BH, p. 15) aera (i.e., Treta Yuga), when "the people lived happily underground with the Ant People" (BH, p. 14), much as "Ant-hills mark the entrance to this radiant city" (HM"N") Bhoga-vati for the sambhoga-kaya of the Naga-s. (On the Naga-s, vide, e.g., Nila-mata Puran.a 901-1000.) As for dragon-queen kLu-mo Yak, her garments "are snakes" ("TB"), as with Aztec snake-skirt goddess Cihua-coatl. From kLu rGyal-mo the dragon-queen's "upper teeth four planets" ("FSTR&A", p. 183, quoting TPS, pp. 711-2) correspond to the "ivory door" (DNA, vol. 2, p. 57) for the golden-path (cf. "golden ground" of Mucu-kun.d.a's [according to the Linga Puran.a] Maha-tala -- GZ-R) for the "blue disk" which as "Blue Pearl on the Naga’s head is its glowing Pineal" (GZ-R), aequivalent to "The Blue Pearl In The Golden Lotus" ("BPRI"). Gold and turquoise are also reciprocally related, with ("TM". p. 383a) turquoise-fledged golden arrow for groom, and gold-fledged turquoise arrow for bride.
BH = Frank Waters : Book of the Hopi. Viking Penguin Bks, 1963.
HM"N" = Hindu Mythology, s.v. "Naga". http://web.archive.org/web/19991127212520/http:/www.hindumythology.com/naga.htm
Nila-mata Puran.a http://www.koausa.org/Purana/Verses901-1000.html
"TB" = "Tibetan Dragons". http://www.kondor.de/shaman/orient3_e.html
DNA = Alice A. Bailey : Discipleship in the New Age. http://www.souledout.org/healing/bluedot/bluedisk.html
GZ-R = Tibetan Bon Terma of the Naga/Serpent Cults containing The Grimoire of Za-Rahula. http://blausternschlonge.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/the-tibetan-bon-terma-of-the-nagaserpent-cults-containing-the-grimoire-of-za-rahula/ or else http://blausternschlonge.wordpress.com/?s=Blue+Pearl&submit=Search
"BPRI" = "Blue Pearl References of Interest". http://www.souledout.org/healing/bluedot/bluemore.html
"FSTR&A" = Rosemarie Volkmann : "Female Sterotypes in Tibetan Religion & Art". In :- Ria Kloppenborg & Wouter J. Hanegraaff (ed.) : Female Stereotypes in Religious Traditions. E. J. Brill, Leiden. pp. 171-212. http://books.google.com/books?id=7TyPBGH8rBUC&pg=PA183&lpg=PA183&dq=
TPS = Giuseppe Tucci : Tibetan Painted Scrolls. Roma, 1949.
"TM" = Article "Tibetan Mythology", in David Leeming : Oxford Companion to World Mythology. Oxford Univ Pr, 2005. http://books.google.com/books?id=kQFtlva3HaYC&pg=PA383&lpg=PA383&dq=
Because the Nagini queen is to activate the Ajn~a Cakra (having 2 petals at the pineal gland) only, and because Kun.d.alini in involved in activation only of cakra-s having 4 or more petals, therefore the Nagini queen must be different from Kun.d.alini.