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101. Cosmos Without Gravitation [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... , Paris C.R. 116 (1893), pp.1501-3 Ch. John and H. Babcock, Pressure and Circulation in the Reversing Layer of the Sun ? s Atmosphere. Contribution of Mount Wilson Observatory, 278, 1924. A. Unsold, On the Physical Interpretation of Spectro-heliogram, Contr. M. Wilson Obs. 378, 1929. Peter Lebedew, An Experimental Investigation of the Pressure of Light, Ann. Rep. of the Smithson. Inst. 1903, John Cox, Comets ? Tails, the Corona, and the Aurora Borealis, ibid. Comp. Ch. L. Poor, Gravitation versus Relativity, 1922, p.98. Comp. P. Duhem, La Théorie Physique, 2nd ed., 1914, pp.293 ff. J. Zenneck, ? Gravitation ? in Encyclop. der Mathem. Wiss., vol. V, part I p.44. Lodge, Philos. Mag., Feb. 19, 1918. S. Newcomb, Monthly Notices, R.A.S., January 1909. H.T. Stetson, Earth, Radio, and Stars ...
102. CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 6: THE URANIANS [Quantavolution Website]
... a curse, a demand for solemn attention, and a way of power. Thousands of years later, the boreal and meteoritic hand was carried atop the standards of the Roman legions, along with a rounded bronze object standing for the dome of heaven (the boreal opening) whence can be traced the dome of architecture; humans observed, then invented. Some Australians, reported an English traveller of the 1880's, detached and preserved with sacred care the hands of their chiefs or ancestors. Then, "at the sight of an Aurora Australis, all the Kurnai in the camp began to swing one of these dried hands towards the portent, shouting out, 'send it away! send it away! do not let it burn us up! '" [42 Still, today, the out-thrust hand is a vulgar insult and curse upon a person in Greece. Z. Rix exposes much of the complexity of the rod as a symbol: "The sceptre, in its wider sense the rod, can be traced to a number, perhaps to all deities ...
103. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... which occurred over a period of 5 years 10 years ago in Norway. There appeared to be no associated seismic activity, but the magnetic field did change locally. The lights were detectable by radar and sometimes this would pick up signals which were not otherwise visible. The Kobe quake Science Frontiers No. 99, May-June 95, pp. 3-4 and No. 100, July-Aug. 95, pp. 3-4 and National Geographic July 1995, p. 134 The 1995 earthquake at Kobe in Japan yielded a wealth of associated phenomena. Aurora like lights were seen before and after the quake and blue or orange flashes were seen just above the quaking ground. There were many reports of strange behaviour in animals just before the quake and geomagnetic perturbations were recorded, with sudden direction changes. More on Tunguska Science Frontiers No. 100, Jul-Aug 95, p. 3 Optical anomalies appeared across northern Europe a week before the Tunguska event and a local magnetic storm began just after the event. The 'object' left no smoky trail as do normal fireballs, but iridescent bands ...
104. SOLARIA BINARIA: PART ONE: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: CHAPTER SEVEN: THE MAGNETIC TUBE AND THE PLANETARY ORBITS [Quantavolution Website]
... the motion that would occur as ions and electrons moved within the plenum. 50. Bremsstrahlung is observed from X-ray tubes, particle accelerators (synchrotrons), atomic beta decays, "supernova remnants" and cosmic X-ray sources. 51. Azimuthal angle is, here, a measure of the planet's progress around its orbit. Planets whose azimuthal angles differ would be said to have a revolutional phase shift (as in Figure 17). 52. Several expert observers, working at remote locations, report sound associated with intensive displays of the Aurora Borealis (Harang, Stomer). TABLE OF CONTENTS Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org ...
105. SOLARIA BINARIA: BIBILIOGRAPHY [Quantavolution Website]
... Inconstant Heavens" in The Velikovsky Affair, rev. (Sphere: London), pp. 80-119; see de Grazia (1967) Stengler, William (1978), "Life By Chance?," The Plain Truth (Aug.), pp. 13, 15-16 Stone, E. C.& Lane, A. L. (1979), "Voyager I Encounter with the Jovian System," Science 204 (1 Jun.), pp. 945-8 Störmer, Carl (1955), The Polar Aurora (Clarendon: Oxford) Strangway, et al. (1970), "Magnetic Properties of Lunar Samples," Science 167 (30. Jan.), pp. 691-3 Strom, Robert, see Smith, B. A. Strutt, R. J. (1911), "A Chemically Active Modification of Nitrogen Produced by the Electric Discharge," Roy. Soc. (Lon.), Proc. A 85, pp. 219-29 Suhr, Elmer G. (1969), The Spinning Aphrodite ( ...
106. Indra: A Case Study in Comparative Mythology [Aeon Journal $]
... youths or warriors. That this is the most probable origin of the term Maruts will be the subject of a future monograph in this series. 134. The tiny appearance of the Martian hero against the backdrop of the giant sun-god would also have contributed to his being viewed as a child, of course. The paradox, aptly illustrated in the scholars' confusion over Thor, is that the same heroic figure appears at one time as a small child and elsewhere as a giant. 135. The fiery apparitions commonly associated with the aurora borealis would, presumably, be as nothing compared to the electrical effects associated with the polar configuration, especially during the period marked by the near approach of the planet Mars to the Northern skies. 136. Hull, "Tain Bo Cuailgne," pp. 136-137. All Celtic manuscripts cited in this article are from Hull's collection. E. Hull, The Cuchullin Saga in Irish Literature (London, 1898). 137. Because of his slaying of the hound, Cuchulainn was bound to take the hound's place as guardian ...
107. The Ninsianna tablets, a preliminary reconstruction [SIS C&C Review $]
... births'- that is, a second heliacal rising of Sirius, or any other heavenly body, a week or two after the first one instead of after the normal interval of one year (the shifts concerned must be fairly abrupt and they must be in a positive direction, as defined in Appendix B). Whilst I have no explanation to offer for the association of Ammisaduqa's name with the tablets, I imagine that 'the year of the heavenly throne' could refer to something spectacular in the skies, such as an extended Aurora which could even have blotted out normal observations of the heavenly bodies. These last proposals are essentially speculative, but they need to be kept in mind whilst acceptable explanations of all the detail are still being sought. Precessional dating A fall-out from the present study which is of general interest is recognition of the position of the vernal equinox at Event 1. It seems reasonable to suppose that it will have been in this position (subject to regular annual precession) ever since the previous round of major catastrophes- Exodus, Joshua, ...
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