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... "sabotaging" of that paper- would still remain entirely without justification. *** Alfred de Grazia's Cosmic Heretics( 1984) bills itself as a "true" narrative of all sorts of events from the early 1960's to the early 1980's. Many of these events lie entirely outside my own experience and are difficult for me to corroborate. Other claims in the book are about events that I am more familiar with, even though I was not always directly involved with them. In such cases, while some of what de Grazia says is more or less correct, it seems to me that there is far too much of what he says that is incorrect: his remarks are often either false or severely distorted, and the book as a whole is simply not a reliable source of historical information. Indeed, it is one of those situations in which we must already know the facts, in order to separate the factual claims from the non-factual claims. Anyone studying the history of the Velikovsky movement would be foolish to accept the sorts of claims that are ...
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... explain the ice ages, but it pre-dates the current formulation. In The Lately Tortured Earth (Princeton, 1983), de Grazia's "Ice Fields of the Earth" (Ch. 15) forsakes serious criticism in favor of a self-serving advocacy of catastrophism unconstrained by evidence; and he is so caught up in the excitement of speculation that he confuses temperature with latent heat (p. 212)* and talks about the Piri Reis map as though it were the Oronteus Finaeous map (p. 216). [* De Grazia has obviously borrowed heavily and uncritically from Tyndall's Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion (New York, 1869). Compare Tyndall: "[ T he latent heat of aqueous vapour, at the temperature of its production in the tropics, is about 1,000 deg Fahr.... A pound of water then vaporised at the equator, has absorbed 1,000 times the quantity of heat which would raise a pound of the liquid one degree in temperature" (p. 210) with de Grazia: " ...
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3. El-Arish Revisited [Kronos $]
... thorns [sic upon it: he smote the evil doers in the Place of the Whirlpool." In fact, the whole inscription has nothing to do with historical events at all, but is about the mythological god-kings of Egypt, from whom the Pharoahs [sic were to claim descent, and the king who leaps into the whirlpool after his enemies is none other than Ra, the great sun god of Egypt." (7) The reaction to this attack at the American Behavioral Scientist was sharp. ABS editor Alfred de Grazia wrote to the editor of the Bulletin, threatening to take legal action if he did not repudiate "the many distortions in Margolis's article". (8) Eric Larabee was promised space in the Bulletin for a reply and then denied it. Velikovsky was invited to submit a rebuttal, but he "would not consent to enter into debate with Margolis on matters of Hebrew and Egyptian philology and palaeography". (9) Instead he submitted "Venus, a Youthful Planet", which was rejected. In its October issue ...
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... the only limitation being obliteration of the annual [delta cycles by diffusion of the water molecule [sic in the solid ice...." (" a -1" means per annum; "[ delta" refers to the changing proportion of oxygen-18 in the different seasonal layers.) Notice the kinds of changes that Ellenberger sometimes makes in his sources. Here, he italicizes "thousands" and inserts a "many" that was not in the original statement. Yet, as we shall see, he severely criticizes de Grazia merely for saying "hundreds" instead of "many hundreds". Another sentence from page 97 of Ellenberger is the following: "On its travel to the polar regions, a precipitating air mass is generally cooled more in winter than in summer which lowers the proportion of oxygen-18 in winter snow." The first two-thirds of this sentence seems to have been derived from page 13 of that same article in the Journal of Glaciology: "The main reason for the seasonal [delta variations is that, on its travel to the ...
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5. Michelson And Meton [Kronos $]
... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 3 (Fall 1975) Home¦ Issue Contents Michelson And Meton Lynn E. Rose This paper is a review of a column by Professor Irving Michelson (" Scientifically Speaking...", subtitled "19-Year Lunar Calendar Cycle: Accurate Adjustment to 365 1/4-Day Civil Calendar", Pensee, Winter, 19741975, pages 50-52); it will also serve as an introduction to the paper by Professor Alfred de Grazia and to the paper by Professor Livio Stecchini that immediately follow in this issue of KRONOS. In his column, Professor Michelson discusses the considerable precision with which such quantities as the mean synodic month of 29.530589 days can be measured. He says that this eight-digit precision "stands as an elegant tribute to the 'hard sciences' at their best" (page 50). He repeatedly offers the suggestion-- but never presents any evidence or arguments-- that such precision is incompatible with any radical changes of planetary or lunar orbits within historical times. Why he offers this suggestion is never explained ...
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6. The Baalim [Kronos $]
... 2. I. Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (N. Y., 1950), p. 178. 3. Ibid, pp. 178, 197. 4. Ibid., p. 175. 5. M. Sieff, "Planets in the Bible: I- The Cosmology of Job," SIS Review 1:4 (Spring 1977), p. 20; H. Eggleton, "The Neglected Maiden,"SIS Workshop 3:4 (April 1981), p.31; A. de Grazia, Chaos and Creation (Bombay, 1981), pp. 188, 198, 223. 6. D. W. Patten, et al., The Long Day of Joshua and Six Other Catastrophes (Seattle, 1973), passim. 7. D. A. Mackenzie, Egyptian Myth and Legend (N. Y., 1907/1978), p. 309. 8. Ibid.; E. A. Wallis Budge, The Gods of the Egyptians (N. Y., 1904/ ...
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7. Contributors [Kronos $]
... Currently Dr. Bass is Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young University. Eva Danelius (Dr. Rerum Politicarum, Univ. of Tuebingen), has studied Egyptian language at The Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem and, in addition, has attended courses on Coptic and Semitic languages as well as the Bible and Biblical history at The Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem and The Univ. of Tel Aviv. Dr. Danelius has published articles in the JEA and JNES among others and presently resides in Nof Yam, Israel. Alfred de Grazia (Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago), Professor of Social Theory and Political Psychology at N.Y.U., was founder and editor of the American Behavioral Scientist. He was also co-editor and co-author of The Velikovsky Affair. Professor de Grazia is currently preparing two books for publication-- The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars and Chaos and Creation. Robert H. Hewsen (Ph.D., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of History, Glassboro State College, Glassboro, N. J. Professor Hewsen is presently Director ...
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8. Contributors [Kronos $]
... From: Kronos Vol. II No. 1 (August 1976) Home¦ Issue Contents Contributors Dwardu Cardona; Mr. Cardona a contributing editor of KRONOS, has also published in the journal Pensee. He presently makes his home in Vancouver, B. C. and is preparing a co-authored work on the origin of religion. Jerome Colburn; Mr. Colburn is presently a student at the Univ. of Illinois (Urbana) where he is majoring in ancient history. Alfred de Grazia (Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago); Dr. de Grazia is Professor of Social Theory and Political Psychology at N. Y. U. and was founder and editor of the American Behavioral Scientist He was also co-editor and co-author of The Velikovsky Affair. H. C. Dudley (Ph.D., Georgetown Univ.); Dr. Dudley is Professor of Radiation Physics, Univ. of Illinois at the Medical Center (Chicago). He has contributed to numerous publications which include the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Nuovo Cimento, Physics Today, Chem. ...
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9. The Bonds of the Past [Kronos $]
... 16th century BC, as at present, but in the latter part of the 15th. With the fall of these cities, the MBA in Palestine comes to an end. The transition from Middle to Late Bronze Age therefore marks the arrival of the Israelites in Canaan." Students of ancient history in general and the revised chronology in particular should find this article highly provocative and an important contribution to our understanding of Canaanite archaeological problems. The subject of "Aphrodite --The Moon or Venus?" now finds Peter James and Alfred de Grazia locked in a fascinating debate. De Grazia holds that Aphrodite is to be identified with the Moon and disputes James' earlier identification of Aphrodite with the planet Venus. Nevertheless, James resolutely denies that Aphrodite had anything to do with the Moon and stands firm on his earlier position. It is probably fairly safe to say that the last word has not yet been heard on the matter. "Electrical processes are generally ignored by astronomers and yet they may succeed in resolving many problems in astrophysics. The simple comparison of the effects ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. II No. 3 (Feb 1977) Home¦ Issue Contents Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings Alfred de Grazia Copyright© 1975 by Alfred de Grazia. (This article is one of 22 essays contained in an Anthology presented to Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky on December 5, 1975, in honor of Dr. Velikovsky and the 25th anniversary of Worlds in Collision; it is our hope to publish the Anthology in its entirety- The Ed.) With a mind to the present Pioneer explorations of the neighborhoods of planets Jupiter and Saturn, an article by Thomas Taylor (of Walworth)-- published in the Classical Journal of 1819-- ought to be reviewed. Taylor was a renowned Platonist and his article was entitled, "On the Coincidence between the Belts of the Planet Jupiter and the Fabulous Bonds of Jupiter the Demiurgus."(1) There, quoting passages of the neo-Platonist Proclus (c.410-85 A.D.), On the Timaeus of Plato and On the Theology of Plato, Taylor points out "that ...
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11. Contributors [Kronos $]
... From: Kronos Vol. II No. 3 (Feb 1977) Home¦ Issue Contents Contributors H. James Birx (Ph.D., SUNY-Buffalo); Dr. Birx is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Canisius College, Buffalo, and is the author of Philosophy of Evolution (1972) and Man's Place in the Universe (1977). Dr. Birx has also contributed numerous articles and reviews to various professional journals and publications. Alfred de Grazia (PhD., Univ. of Chicago)- Dr. de Grazia is Professor of Social Theory and Political Psychology at N. Y. U. and was founder and editor of the American Behavioural Scientist. He was also co-editor and co-author of The Velikovsky Affair. Artur Isenberg (B. A., Harvard); Mr. Isenberg is the Editor of KIDMA- Israel Journal of Development With the support of UNESCO, he was an advisor to the Ministry of Education in India for several years and was also with the Ford Foundation as a consultant on cultural affairs in India Mr. Isenberg has been ...
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... great" play or novel, is one among many alternate forms of narrative developed by Western culture as unconscious collective reactions to terrifying ancestral experiences. We should expect, however, that, if this is indeed so, the process by which the soap opera achieves this goal will be found to be different from the process engendered by great art-- different in form, that is, but not in function. A useful insight into the possible workings of the process may be found in the analysis of myth offered by Alfred de Grazia, who explains them as the consequence of our need to repeatedly recall the Velikovskian planetary disorders in disguise so that we can repeatedly re-forget them. In "The Palaetiology of Fear and Memory,"(10) de Grazia argues, after Velikovsky, that the disturbed survivors of the devastating holocausts which occurred thirty-five and twenty-seven centuries ago would have intuitively formalized their terrible collective experience into myths whose events would retell the disasters in masked, sublimated form. This would have provided the survivors with a means of control over the memory of ...
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... THEMES A common thread winds through Polanyi's article and Storer's paper in Scientists Confront Velikovsky. Both emphasize that Velikovsky was regarded as a layman, an outsider, by the scientific community and, thus, not entitled to the treatment accorded a peer. Both ignored the violence of the scientific community's reaction to Velikovsky, the ruined careers, the intimidating letters, the boycott of Macmillan's textbooks. Both seem to be unaware of the far ranging implications of Velikovsky's work to all of man's endeavors and the possible cost implicit in ignoring him. De Grazia outlined these implications in his Montreal address in January 1975.(25) Two notable passages relate: But the fear and the anxiety produced now by one, and then by another, catastrophe could not be forgotten and surged repeatedly to the surface of consciousness. The massive collective anxiety was displaced onto many different subjects, heightened the attention given these subjects, altered the ways in which these subjects were viewed and treated, until finally what we know as human nature emerged, replete with a variety of sublimations, that is, ...
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... 000 yr. The dynamical mechanism responsible for locking the two subsystems together is a libration of the angle between Jupiter's and Uranus' perihelion around 180 deg with the same period of 1.1 Myr" [A. Milani and A. M. Nobili, "Resonance locking between Jupiter and Uranus", Nature 310 (30 August 1984), pp. 753-755. Such resonances usually indicate long-term stability of the system. They would not be expected to exist in a system on the order of 10,000 years old and, de Grazia and Milton's Solaria Binaria( 1984) notwithstanding, the theory required to establish an electromagnetic rationale for the essentially instantaneous imposition of such resonances is not developed sufficiently enough to warrant a proper quantitative evaluation. At Glasgow (and San Jose), Bass also discussed the work of Hatch and Steinhauer presented in D. W. Patten's The Long Day of Joshua (Seattle, 1973), on a 2:1 Earth-Mars resonance supposedly "based on computer simulations". This description is misleading because it creates a false impression about the ...
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... to exceed his evidence. Thus, the head presented on pp. 86 and 90, which he says "one can only describe as... Irish," could, I think, represent almost any European nationality. And the head presented on pp. 86 and 87, which he characterises as "quite Semitic looking," looks more to me like that of a chimpanzee! Typographical errors are so rare in Unexpected Faces that it is somewhat startling to find the names of the three authors James Bailey, Alfred De Grazia, and George Kubler consistently misspelled in it as 'Bealy,' 'Grazia,' and 'Kuebler,' respectively. Van Sertima's book presents, among other interesting data, challenging evidence that there were substantial Black African minorities not only in ancient Egypt, where Negroes comprised up to 20% of the population, but also in pre-Columbian Meso-America, where they comprised up to 13%. The one serious error I encountered was Van Sertima's assertion (on pp. 59 and 251) that the Berbers generally and the Libyans particularly are Asians ...
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... Immanuel Velikovsky& Ralph E. Juergens 11 The "Bulk Chemistries" of Venus and Jupiter Ralph E. Juergens 16 The Rotational Resonances of Mercury and Venus Lynn E. Rose 28 The Moon C. J. Ransom 38 On the Origin of Tektites Dwardu Cardona 45 Some Additional Comments on Tektites Ralph E. Juergens 48 The Role of Ancient Myths in Orthodox Natural Science A. Mann Paterson 57 The Ultimate Catastrophe? H. C. Dudley 63 Paleo-Calcinology: Destruction by Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times-- Part II Alfred de Grazia 72 Precise Synchronization Involving the Revised Chronology Jerome Colburn 76 Pygmalion, Prince of Tyre, and the el-Amarna Correspondence Bronson Feldman 89 Devi and Venus Artur lsenberg 104 For the Record... 110 Perplexities of Orthodoxy... 114 Notices 115 The Book Case 119 Editorial Statement 120 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT W. BASS, ROBERT H. HEWSEN and LYNN E. ROSE C.J. RANSOM, LYNN E. ROSE AND IRVING WOLFE Associate Editors H. ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 3 (Fall 1975) Home¦ Issue Contents Making Moonshine with Hard Science Alfred De Grazia A comment on Irving Michelson's column "Scientifically Speaking.. ." With all due respect for Professor Michelson, I cannot understand the rationale behind Pensee's having allowed him (or anyone else for that matter) to pretend to be "Scientifically Speaking.. ." It is a usurpation of authority, and an implication that other contributors to Pensee have written unscientifically. "Science" is exhibited in a work itself or in a judgement rendered afterwards upon it; it is also a propagandistic term when employed in Professor Michelson's usage. The phrase "hard science" adds insult to injury. But rather than continue along this vein, I should like to turn to the substance of Professor Michelson's arguments. They are misleading and moreover incorrect. They are also irrelevant to Dr. Velikovsky's theories, which they strain to affect. Michelson says that "hard science" comes into being when the moon's revolution is measured to the accuracy ...
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... Vol. I, No. 3. Fall 1975 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 The Identification of the Biblical "Queen of Sheba" with Hatshepsut, "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia" Eva Danelius 20 Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky's Chronological Revisions I Robert H. Hewsen 31 The Catastrophic Substructure of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra (Part I) Irving Wolfe 46 Saturn and Genesis Lewis M. Greenberg& Warner B. Sizemore 47 Lunar Acquisition C. J. Ransom 49 Michelson and Meton Lynn E. Rose 52 Making Moonshine with Hard Science Alfred de Grazia 57 Greek Estimates of the Synodic Month Livio Stecchini 59 Can Worlds Collide? Robert W. Bass 73 pc Frederic B. Jueneman 84 For the Record 91 Notices 92 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT W. BASS, ROBERT H. HEWSEN and LYNN E. ROSE Associate Editors H. C. DUDLEY, DAVID GRIFFARD, RICHARD F. HAINES, FREDERIC B. JUENEMAN, RALPH E. JUERGENS, MARVIN A. LUCKERMAN, EARL MILTON, ALAN PARRY ...
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19. Notices [Kronos $]
... Rose 7. The Bulk Chemistries of Venus and Jupiter Ralph E. Juergens 8. Basic Aspects of Electromagnetic Effects in Planetary Dynamics C. S. Sherrerd 9. The Celestial Mechanics of Worlds in Collision Robert W. Bass 10. Freud and Velikovsky A. Bronson Feldman 11. Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art Irving Wolfe 12. Conditioning, Coping and Concepts A. Mann Paterson 13. Sin and the Control System John V. Myers 14. Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings Alfred de Grazia 15. Did Thutmose III Despoil the Temple in Jerusalem?:A Critical Commentary to Immanuel Velikovsky: Ages in Chaos Eva Danelius 16. A Different View on the Chronology of Hazor .Marvin A. Luckerman 17. Cows, Caste and Comets Dwardu Cardona 18. Dating the Great Mahabharsta War-A Previously Neglected Clue Artur Isenberg 19. The Birth of Vahagn: An Armenian Vision of Celestial Catastrophe? Robert H. Hewsen 20. Jerusalem: City of Venus Lewis M. Greenberg and Warner B. Sizemore 21. The Third Option H ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. I, No. 4. Winter 1976 Texts Home¦ Kronos Home KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. I, No. 4. Winter 1976 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Olympia Immanuel Velikovsky 9 The Identification of the Biblical "Queen of Sheba" with Hatshepsut, "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia" (Part III) Eva Danelius 25 Paleo-Calcinology: Destruction by Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times Part I Alfred de Grazia 37 The Catastrophic Substructure of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra (Part II) Irving Wolfe 55 The Personal Tragedy of Albert Einstein H. C. Dudley 68 The Origins of Modern Geological Theory George Grinnell 77 The Problem of the Frozen Mammoths Dwardu Cardona 86 Velikovsky and the Heat of Venus Ralph E. Juergens 93 The Jupiter Effect: Two Reviews Robert W. Bass, Robert M. Wood 98 For the Record 98 Cataclysmic Evolution 110 The Origami of the Species Fredric B. Jueneman 114 Notices 117 The Book Case 119 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. II, No. 3. February 1977 Texts Home¦ Kronos Home KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. II, No. 3. February 1977 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 As Worlds Collide Earl R. Milton 12 On the Convection of Electric Charge by the Rotating Earth Ralph E. Juergens 31 Orbits and Their Measurements Raymond C. Vaughan 49 Quartered at Yale Immanuel Velikovsky 56 Dating the Great Mahabharata War: A Previously Neglected Clue Artur Isenberg 65 Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings Alfred de Grazia 71 Leonardo da Vinci: Rocks, Fossils, and Time H. James Birx 78 For the Record... 081 Something to Think About... On Mercury Without a Moon C. J. Ransom Typology, Phylogeny, and Viviparity: A Note on the Taxonomy of Dinosaurs Roger W. Wescott Prematurity in the Kingdom of the Fish: A Brief Fable about Electromagnetism Joseph May 87 The Book Case 91 Letters 95 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT ...
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22. Contributors [Kronos $]
... journal Pensee. He presently makes his home in Vancouver, B. C. Eva Danelius (Dr. Rerum Politicarum, Univ. of Tuebingen), has studied Egyptian language at The Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem and, in addition, has attended courses on Coptic and Semitic languages as well as the Bible and Biblical history at The Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem and The Univ. of Tel Aviv. Dr. Danelius has published articles in the JEA and JNES among others and presently resides in Nof Yam, Israel. Alfred de Grazia (Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago), Professor of Social Theory and Political Psychology at N. Y.U ., was founder and editor of the American Behaviorial Scientist. He was also co-editor and co-author of The Velikovsky Affair. H. C. Dudley (Ph.D., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of Radiation Physics, Univ. of Illinois at the Medical Center (Chicago). Dr. Dudley has contributed to numerous publications which include the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Nuovo Cimento, Bull. Amer. Physical ...
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... :3 (1984), pp. 20-39 (29-34); cf. "Molech, Moloch" in The Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Part 2 (1980), p. 1018; J. Gray, "Molech, Moloch", The Interpreter'sDictionary of theBible, III (1981), pp. 422-423. 15. R. G. L. Waite, The Psychopathic God, Adolf Hitler (N. Y., 1977), p. 25. 16. W. Mullen as cited by A. de Grazia in Homo Schizo I (Princeton, 1983), p. 100 (the source for Mullen's statement is erroneous, however, and the correct one cannot be ascertained). 17. Waite, op. cit, pp. 76-78. 18. D. Cardona, "Odin", KRONOS X:1 (Fall 1984), pp.52-57. 19. Waite, op. cit, p. 77 and back cover illustration. 20. Ibid., p. 78. 21. al-Biruni, Kitab at-Tathim, ed ...
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... Biblical Literature, Vol. LXIV, (1945), p. 17. 21. M. Sieff, op. cit., p. 18. 22. Ibid. 23. Ibid. 24. Ibid. 25. Ibid. 26. I. Velikovsky, op. cit., pp. 70-76, 85-88. 27. D. Cardona, "Let There be Light," in KRONOS, Vol. III, No. 3, (1978), p. 39. 28. A. de Grazia, "Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings," in KRONOS, Vol. II, No. 3, (1977), p. 65. 29. M. Sieff, op. cit., pp. 18, 19-20. 30. A. de Grazia, op. cit., pp. 65 ff. 31. M. Eliade, Images and Symbols, tr. by P. Mairet, (London, 1961), p. 99. 32. D. Cardona, " ...
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25. The Rites Of Moloch [Kronos $]
... was Saturn. XVIII Having seen that various Saturnian names were, at a later date, transferred to Venus, cannot the same be said of Moloch? Alfred deGrazia is of this opinion. Thus he wrote: "Baal and Moloch were names for Saturn that endured in the Hebrew world until they came to stand for evil gods... In the endless process of transferring gods and names, the names of Saturn descended to Jupiter and then to Venus, who were also called Baal and Moloch."(87) De Grazia even followed Zvi Rix's earlier re-rendition of "malkhei-roim", which is Hebrew for "king-shepherds" and thus "Hyksos", into "Molkhei-roim" or "Moloch-shepherds".(88) This purported to show that the invasion of Egypt and the Near East by the dreaded Hyksos was the work of a nation which identified itself, or was identified by its enemies, as the scourge of the Venus comet in the wake of which they supposedly wrought their destruction. Let me first say that, to my knowledge, the ...
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