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1. SIS Internet Digest 1996 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Home Page Akkadian language Cosmos and Chronos Home Page Govardhan Hill Publishing The Journal of Scientific Exploration Noncanonical Homepage Mythtext: Mythology from All Over The World Ancient World Web American Journal of Archaeology Duke Papyrus Archive The Center for Archaeoastronomy Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism Books by Jerry L. Ziegler Kronia Communications International Workshop Tunguska UseNet newsgroup focus How to read newsgroups messages Newsgroups: alt.archaeology ... is Velikovsky in archeology? Fingerprints of The Gods Newsgroups: alt.catastrophism Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky available. Newsgroups: alt.mythology Dragons 10 bright sons of the east and the sun Newsgroups: alt.sci.physics.new-theories Could someone explain "Electrogravatics" Newsgroups: alt.sci.planetary Planetary Electrostatic Properties How were ancient civilizations able to measure planetary motion? Earth collision Newsgroups: sci.archaeology Rohl's Theory Newsgroups: sci.archaeology ... Archaeology Duke Papyrus Archive The Center for Archaeoastronomy Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism Books by Jerry L. Ziegler Kronia Communications International Workshop Tunguska UseNet newsgroup focus How to read newsgroups messages Newsgroups: alt.archaeology Why is Velikovsky in archeology? Fingerprints of The Gods Newsgroups: alt.catastrophism Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky available. Newsgroups: alt.mythology Dragons 10 bright sons of the east and the sun ...
2. Why is Velikovsky in archeology ? [SIS Internet Digest $]
... @easynet.co.uk Date: Tue, 27 Jun 1995 06:44:26 GMT The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) regularly publishes articles on Velikovsky and multidisciplinary subjects such as archaeology. Articles have included: The Archaeology of Shiloh And Pottery Chronology by Bob Porter./ The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine, by Dr John Bimson/ Chronological Problems in ... From: SIS Internet Digest 1996:1 Home¦ Issue Contents Newsgroups: alt.archaeology Why is Velikovsky in archeology? From: Peggy Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 26 Jun 1995 09:07:04 GMT What has Velikovsky done that has anything to do with archeology ?? ?? From: bigbird@swcp, email@example.com Date: ... From: SIS Internet Digest 1996:1 Home¦ Issue Contents Newsgroups: alt.archaeology Why is Velikovsky in archeology? From: Peggy Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 26 Jun 1995 09:07:04 GMT What has Velikovsky done that has anything to do with archeology ?? ?? From: bigbird@swcp, email@example.com Date: ...
3. Internet Watch [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... about 18 feet tall. The style of the hieroglyphic writing and the mud-brick and limestone construction is thought to date the pyramid to the 8th Dynasty. Behind The Bible- The Archaeology sci.archaeology 8.6.95. Behind The Bible is a book that reviews the historical background of the ancient Middle East, cites a number of ancient pre-biblical texts and texts from other peoples concurrent ... Watch There are some 14,000 UseNet newsgroups where anybody with access to the Internet can exchange messages on all kinds of subjects. Those newsgroups of interest to readers include: alt.archaeology, alt.catastrophism, alt.mythology, alt.sci.physics.new-theories, alt.sci.planetary, sci.archaeology and talk.origins. Newly discovered pyramid sci.archaeology 5.5.95 The Associated Press (5.3.95) reported that archaeologists have discovered a 4,000 ... old pyramid at Saqqara, the 97th uncovered in Egypt. The find was announced on Tuesday 2nd May 1995 by French archaeologist Jean Leclant and Abdel-Halim Noureddin, president of Egypt's Supreme Council for Antiquities. Inscriptions found at the pyramid identify a Queen Meritites (translated as 'beloved of her father'), who Leclant believes to be the daughter or granddaughter of Pharaoh ...
4. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson Amarna Age- an Introduction, The Amarna Coregency Controversy, The Amarna Iconoclasts- Who were the Real Criminals?, The Amarna Period and Levantine Archaeology, The Amarna Royal Tomb, The Amarna Royal Tombs Project- the last 3 seasons, The Amarna Tablets, The Amazon Books Amenophis, Osarsiph and Arzu. More on the ... Should the European Oak Dendrochronologies be Re-examined? Showers of Glass Shrine of Baal-Zephon, The Sicily, Carthage, and the Fall of Troy Sidelights on Velikovsky's Ages in Chaos Sightings- Astrology/Astronomy Signature of Catastrophe (Reinterpreting the Geological Record), The Sin and the Control System* Sir Fred Hoyle Vindicated After 60 Years Sir Norman Lockyer (1836-1920) Sirius ... Assyrians of the Persian Period Who Were the Neo-Assyrian Kings? Whose Revision Is Questioned? Why Alternative Science? Why Did Jesus Wash His Disciples' Feet? Why is Velikovsky in archeology? Why Mars Rock Hits Earth Every Month Why Pensee? Wild Motions, Angular Momentum and Other Problems William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky Wobbly World Woman ...
5. IGNIS E COELO [Mythopedia Website]
... gods and goddesses, devils and demons, London 1987: 341 ad ‘ Tešub ’ [133 Chr. Blinkenberg, The thunderweapon in religion and folklore; a study in comparative archaeology, 1911: 19 [134 M. Lurker, Dictionary of gods and goddesses, devils and demons, London 1987: 99 ad ‘ Dolichénus ’ [135 Chr. Blinkenberg ... the Heroic ancestor. Mullyan, the eagle-hawk, burned with all his relatives in the top of a tree and returned to the sky as the Morning Star [121. Traditional astrology variously associates the planets Venus, Mars and Mercury with the Morning Star and it is only too unfortunate that the exact identification is missing in our source. In his aspect as ... mythology of all races [233 A. A. MacDonell, The Vedic mythology, 1971: 92f. [234 R. Panikkar, The Vedic experience; Mantramañjar; an anthology of the Vedas for modern man and contemporary celebration, 1977: 525 [235 R. Panikkar, The Vedic experience; Mantramañjar; an anthology of the Vedas for modern man ...
6. The Excavation Of Ebla [Kronos $]
... and historians in St. Louis and later at Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and the Universities of Michigan and Chicago. R. H. Hewsen RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL READING THE BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY REVIEW, II, 3 (Sept 1976), pp. 36-37; Science News, 8/21/76, pp. 117-118. For what we already know of ... . Paolo Matthiae, 36, Professor of Archeology and of the history of the Ancient Near East, and Dr. Giovanni Pettinato, 41, a language expert and Professor of Assyriology. The team is working under the direction of Afif Bahnassi, Director General of Syrian Antiquities. 2) The initial excavations began in 1964 and the chief find, made in ... south of Aleppo, Syria. Here excavations are being conducted by a team of Italian archeologists of the University of Rome headed by Dr. Paolo Matthiae, 36, Professor of Archeology and of the history of the Ancient Near East, and Dr. Giovanni Pettinato, 41, a language expert and Professor of Assyriology. The team is working under the direction ...
7. Heinsohn's Ancient "History" [Aeon Journal $]
... to note that the walls of the Persian palace were decorated with glazed bricks depicting Artaxerxes II's army. As is well-known, one of the most spectacular finds in all of modern archaeology was the excavation of Nebuchadnezzar's palace, the walls of which were distinguished by its exquisite glazed-brickwork. Yet as Haerinck observes, the brickwork of Artaxerxes II, while influenced by that ... Mardian/Amardian..."-- see reference #30-- p. 19. [42 Quoted from J. Pritchard, The Ancient Near East: An Anthology of Texts and Pictures (Princeton, 1958), p. 208; see also, J. M. Cook, op. cit., p. 212. [ ... 77 Quoted from ibid., p. 96. [78 Ibid., p. 120. [79 Quoted from A. R. George, "Babylon Revisited: Archa-eology and Philology," Antiquity 67 (1993), p. 743. [80 A. Bivar, "Coins," in E. Meyers, op. cit. ...
8. Scientists, Journalists and Editors as Suppressors (Part II) [The Velikovskian $]
... the unscientific method of discrediting through guilt by association. In this respect, Carl Sagan used the guilt-by-association tactic by claiming that "Velikovsky attempts to rescue not only religion but also astrology...." (4) But Sagan omitted that Velikovsky rejected religious analysis when Velikovsky wrote that "Darwin's theory represented progress as compared with the teaching of the Church ... criticism that it failed to be peer-reviewed before being published. (However, it is still subject to the criticism that Velikovsky was writing out of his field about subjects such as Assyriology, archeology, biblical criticism, mythology and linguistics, none of which he was qualified to evaluate properly.) On the other hand, insofar as Velikovsky's work is claimed to ... but for the general public. It was intended to show the public why such theories are labeled pseudoscience or cult-archeology and why they have no support from specialists in ancient history, archeology or anthropology. As such, it would not usually be subjected to peer review. Secondly, my book was a work of history and archeology, not science, so it ...
9. Compendium [Pensee]
... Research Center The Jupiter Probe and Future Space Probes Dr. Albert Burgstahler-- professor of chemistry, University of Kansas The Nature of the Atmosphere and Clouds of Venus HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky Keynote Address Dr. Euan MacKie-- Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow Testing the Catastrophic Theory with Evidence from the Historical Sciences Lewis M. Greenberg- ... interdisciplinary studies are for the health of science and learning as a whole. For these reasons I do not propose to waste time in indulging --for the benefit of skeptics --in any apology for considering Velikovsky's ideas seriously. It is enough to say that I don't see how any serious scientist can refuse to consider them, or to test them against the body of ... of irrationality. Writing in Physics Today (May, 197 1, p 23), the Nobel laureate sees "among educated people a resurgence of superstition, extraordinary interest in astrology, palmistry and Velikovsky; there is a surge of rejection of rationality.. ." At the same time, "In our country, in particular, science is in ...
10. Society News [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... the powerful resistance of the establishment. Our speaker suggested that a look at how it happened in science might give us some hope that a similar revolution could soon take place in archaeology. Earlier this century several people suggested that continents appear to have split and drifted apart. In particular Wegener, studying palaeo-climate, could only make sense of his facts by proposing ... Hapgood's Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings and The Path of the Pole. We shall miss him greatly and extend our sincere condolences and sympathy to his family. Alasdair Beal An apology We apologise to the estate of Dr. Velikovsky and to any members whose hopes were raised by the report in C&C Workshop 1994:2 that we expected to have ... today. We therefore appear to be living in the post break up period of a giant comet. Such recent events would have had a strong influence on religion and astronomy/astrology and in the long term massive destructive events by bombardment and resulting climate change would have affected evolution via random extinction and survival. Answering questions, Mark Bailey agreed that there are ...
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