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... human beings collectively and individually to exhibit some of the symptoms of the typical amnesia victim. In this paper we shall explore some implications of Velikovsky's diagnosis, first with regard to religious myth as a remnant not only of the catastrophes, but also of the state of human consciousness prior to the time when "the great fear" began to take hold. ... tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The Indians of the Brahmanic period preserved the following in the Mahabharata. The Krita Yuga was so named because there was but one religion, and all men were saintly: therefore they were not required to perform religious ceremonies. Holiness never grew less, and the people did not decrease. There were no gods ... each moment, in every action. In addition to this pure, original state of consciousness which their founders experienced as an everyday fact and offered freely to others, the major religions have had one other thing in common: the general inability of the followers to experience for themselves or to maintain that state of awareness; in each case living word was crystallized ...
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... .. ." (6) Campbell's observations find support from Anton T. Boisen who concluded nearly four decades ago that "certain types of mental disorder and certain types of religious experience are alike attempts at reorganization. The difference lies in the outcome. Where the attempt is successful and some degree of victory is won, it is commonly recognized as religious ... relationship might be, however, will require the attentions of some catastrophically oriented Jungian psychiatrist. One final point, it occurs to us that perhaps the theologians and the students of religion might find something provocative in our juxtaposition of materials from the fields of anthropology, religion, and psychiatry. After all, does not the Bible state repeatedly that world destructions were ... time, the sciences and the fields of action of the folk to whom the mythology is addressed. In our day, of course, the world pictures of all the major religions are at least two thousand years out of date, and in that fact alone there is ground enough for a very serious break-off. If, in a period like our own ...
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123. THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: 1.Quantavolutions [Quantavolution Website]
... extensive ancient document and legend known to us from around the world would repeat the same kind of catastrophic history and lend support to the testimony of our eyes and the voice of religious and social authorities. We might have been granted different, or additional, heroes of science, too: the brave Spanish priests who rescued from certain destruction the iconography and writings ... of the Americas; astronomers like William Whiston who perceived an exoterrestrial cause for the Noachian deluge; anthropologists like Nicholas-Antoine Boulanger who recognized the symptoms of catastrophic fear in the history of religion; paleontologists such as Cuvier who discovered the layerings of catastrophe; anthropological-biological explorers like Humboldt who accorded respect to aboriginal accounts. Charles Lyell and his supporters thereupon might have had less ... of science and the empirical positivism of science, it is in the evolutionist camp. Insofar as it adheres to facts and theories resembling the earliest stories of the great and small religions, it is in the creationists camp. The combination of ideas has never been given a full trial. When, in the early nineteenth century, a few quantavolutionists were active ...
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124. MYSTERY RELIGIONS [Quantavolution Website]
... RELIGIONS FURTHER interesting material concerning the soul and the aither emerges when one looks at the mystery religions, of which Samothrace and Eleusis were important centres. The Greek mysteries were secret religious ceremonies. Initiations took place at festivals in honour of Demeter (at Eleusis), and of Dionysus (the Orphic mysteries). They satisfied religious yearnings that could not be ... by orthodox religion or science, and helped people to face misfortune, old age, and death. Orpheus came from Thrace, north-eastern Greece. He was said to be the son of one of the Muses, Kalliope. He was a follower of Dionysus, a god associated with Thrace. So great was his skill on the lyre that his playing moved ... Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: contact@quantavolution.org TABLE OF CONTENTS KA by H. Crosthwaite CHAPTER TWELVE MYSTERY RELIGIONS FURTHER interesting material concerning the soul and the aither emerges when one looks at the mystery religions, of which Samothrace and Eleusis were important centres. The Greek mysteries were secret religious ceremonies. Initiations took place at festivals in honour of Demeter (at Eleusis) ...
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125. The Death of Heracles [Aeon Journal $]
... , perhaps, is to be sought in early ritual, for, in addition to its debt to epic tradition, it has long been known that Greek drama originally commemorated actual religious practices of early Greece. Here Murray observed: Greek tragedy, strictly speaking, was a peculiar form of art with narrow limits, both local and temporary. It was, ... a molpe (dance and song combined), performed at the altar of Dionysus over the sacrifice of a dismembered goat, which, by a form of symbolism common in ancient religion, represented the god himself...Its subjects might be taken from any part of the Greek heroic tradition; but normally the play portrayed some traditional story which was treated as the ... "The Iconography of Bes with Particular Reference to the Cypriot Evidence," Levant 7 (1975), pp. 77-103. 87. H. Bonnet, Reallexikon der agyptischen Religionsgeschichte (Berlin, 1952), p. 103. 88. Ibid., p. 108. Shu, of course, was elsewhere identified with Heracles. 89. Palmer ...
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126. The Holy Land [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... primeval age, or, what is the same thing, they consumed the body of the creator. (I shall not distract from the present discussion by elaborating parallels in later religious symbolism.) The interrelated terminology identifies the primeval ta, "land," with the enclosure of the central sun. The Egyptians knew that the primeval garden lay within the ... The Kalevala, 55-61. De Santillana and von Dechend, op. cit., 111. Keith, Indian Mythology, 138. Cook, Zeus: A Study in Ancient Religion, Vol. I, 215, 225. Ibid., 290. Ibid., 298. L'Orange, Studies in the Iconography of Cosmic Kingship, 48ff. Scholem, ... sanctification as the "land" was their own unified state or nation-- all else belonging to the "barbarians." But every sacred "land" organized around a religious-political centre proclaimed itself a copy of the primeval dwelling in heaven. Thus the Egyptian ta, often rendered as "earth," refers first and foremost to the heavenly province of ...
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127. The Birth of Monotheism [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... the followers of the cult of Elohim, who supposedly lived in the Northern Kingdom (Israel) from those which were composed by the adepts of the cult of Jahwe, whose religious center was in Jerusalem (Judah). Then, in the opinion of these critics, at a later date the literary remnants of these two cults, together with the material ... The Birth of Monotheism Zeigt es sich so, dass die Religion Israels auch in der Gottesidee selbst dem Wandel unterworfen war, so kann das nur dem befremdlich order anstössig erscheinen, der an den Fortschritt menschlichen Denken nicht glaubt. H. Torzyner, Die Bundeslade und die Anfänge der Religion Israels, (2 nd ed., 1930), p. ... of the supreme deity; on the other hand the fidelity to the protective deity of the previous age would cause one or another tribe to remain faithful to the old cult; religions and gods are tenacious contents of the human soul and peoples do not part easily from them. Thus we see how the worship of Jupiter superceded that of Saturn; the worship ...
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128. New Scenarios for Solar System Evolution [SIS Internet Digest $]
... twenty years that cast new light in the recent past of planet Earth and consequently in the ancient history of Homo Sapiens, where the roots are to be found in mythological and religious heritage. Among the important new findings in astronomy are the discovery of the chaoticity of the planetary orbits and the presence of agents that can catastrophically interact with the Earth at time ... based on the imagined disintegration of at least two planets in the heavens, which seeded the Earth with their falling meteorites. The main focus of the lecture will be on the religion of ancient Egypt, beginning with the meteorite cult of Heliopolis. Alford will argue that ancient Egyptian religion was essentially an 'exploded planet cult', with the Sun and stars acting ... millennium will also be considered. A non standard interpretation will be given of who were the Nephilim and the Annunaki in the biblical and sumerian records. The session on mythologies and religions presents new paradigms that explain the remarkably complex structure of ancient myths and religions, where common and recurrent elements are present. Two alternative proposals for the Atlantis legend are discussed and ...
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129. Hereditary Monarchy in Assyria and the Assyrian Kinglist [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... be believed when we say that religion permeated every facet of Mesopotamian society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer":... for more than three thousand years religious ideas promoted by the Sumerians played an extraordinary part in the public and private life of the Mesopotamians, modelling their institutions, colouring their works of art and literature, pervading every ... -- only the physical meanings are found. Was this because the Mesopotamians were indifferent to the spiritual-religious aspects of life? Because we may not be believed when we say that religion permeated every facet of Mesopotamian society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer":... for more than three thousand years religious ideas promoted by the Sumerians played ... Landsberger, JCS (1975),71: ridûtu means succession; also AKW, 981: Ridûtu(m) means Verfolgung. 46. W. Von Soden, "Religiose Unsicherheit: Sakularisierungstendenzen und Aberglaube." Analecta Biblica, Vol. 12 (1959), 356-67. He notes the tension between gods (priests) and monarch in late Assyrian ...
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130. Hereditary Monarchy in Assyria and the Assyrian Kinglist [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... be believed when we say that religion permeated every facet of Mesopotamian society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer":... for more than three thousand years religious ideas promoted by the Sumerians played an extraordinary part in the public and private life of the Mesopotamians, modeling their institutions, colouring their works of art and literature, pervading every ... -- only the physical meanings are found. Was this because the Mesopotamians were indifferent to the spiritual-religious aspects of life? Because we may not be believed when we say that religion permeated every facet of Mesopotamian society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer":... for more than three thousand years religious ideas promoted by the Sumerians played ... Landsberger, JCS (1975), 71; ridutu means succession; also AKW, 981: Ridutu(m) means Verfolgung. 46. W. Von Soden, "Religiose Unsicherheit: Sakularisierungstendenzen und Aberglaube." Analecta Biblica, Vol. 12 (1959), 356-67. He notes the tension between gods (priests) and monarch in late Assyrian ...
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