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... From: Aeon V:4 (July 1999) Home | Issue Contents A Return to the Two Sargons and Their Successors Dwardu Cardona Recapitulation For years Gunnar Heinsohn had been proposing a reconstruction of ancient Near Eastern history in which, among other things, the conquest of southern Mesopotamia by the Akkadians around -2350 was shown to have been merely the chronologically misplaced conquest of southern Mesop-otamia by the Assyrians in -700. Thus, according to him, Sargon of Akkad would really have been Sargon of Assyria. Lugalzagesi, whom Sargon of Akkad vanquished, would have been the alter-ego of Merodach-Baladan whom Sargon of Assyria vanquished. This also meant that the monarchs who succeeded Sargon of Akkad would only ...
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... From: Aeon I:6 (1988) Home | Issue Contents The Two Sargons and Their Successors (Part II)Dwardu Cardona The following is a continuation of a two- part article critiquing the historical reconstruction offered by Gunnar Heinsohn. The specific tenets of Heinsohn's thesis are cited in italics. 26. THE LANGUAGES The Akkadians spoke and wrote in Akkadian. The Assyrians also spoke and wrote in Akkadian. If there is a prime example in this entire issue to illustrate the deceiving nature of generalities, it must surely be the above. Here, one might be tempted to argue, is indisputable proof that the Akkadians and the Assyrians were one and the same. They ...
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... From: Aeon I:5 (Sep 1988) Home | Issue Contents The Two Sargons and Their Successors (PART ONE)Dwardu Cardona 1. Introduction Gunnar Heinsohn has proposed a reconstruction of ancient Near Eastern history which, if valid, would revolutionize everything that has so far been written about this vast and complicated subject. Heinsohn, of course, is not the first to offer such a drastic reconstruction and, human nature being what it is, he will not be the last. In the past, none of these historical reconstructions, from that of Immanuel Velikovsky to the Glasgow Chronology, has withstood the test of scholarly analysis. The question here is: Will Heinsohn's ...
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4. Heinsohn's Ancient "History" [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:4 (July 1999) Home | Issue Contents Heinsohn's Ancient "History"Ev Cochrane It is with a profound sense of ambivalence that I write this article, taking a critical stance towards the historical reconstruction of Gunnar Heinsohn. Not only do I regard Gunnar as a personal friend; he has long been a supporter of AEON, first as a contributor of numerous articles and also through featured appearances at various symposia. Yet the suspicion has been building for some time now that all is not well with Dr. Heinsohn's handling of the ancient sources. Since AEON has taken an active role in publicizing Heinsohn's researches, it follows that we have a certain ...
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... From: Aeon II:1 (1989) Home | Issue Contents Heinsohn and the Hyksos (An Answer to Martin Sieff)Clark Whelton In 1985 Martin Sieff alerted me to the radical reconstruction of Mesopotamian history which Gunnar Heinsohn had been working on for several years. After studying Heinsohn's thesis, I found myself increasingly drawn to his analytical method. He claims the archaeology of Mesopotamia does not confirm the existence of 10 major pre-Hellenistic empires as the textbooks say it should. Evidence of only five great powers- known in ancient times as Early Chaldeans (Kasdim, Kassites), Assyrians, Late Chaldeans and Medes (ruling simultaneously), and Persians- can be found in the ...
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6. 'Worlds in Collision' After Heinsohn [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Flood Event which he posited as its first cause'. It has been left to others to show the fruitfulness of his first and last assumptions and much of the important work since his death has been done in these two areas. None, in my view, has been more crucial in moving the work forward than the chronological revision of Gunnar Heinsohn. The main outlines of this are already clear if pieced together from his published work to date, though much remains to be done in showing that his argument from stratigraphy and artefacts will support a complete re-reading of ancient texts in the sequence he proposes. My aim here is not to prove Heinsohn correct but simply to see what ...
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... From: The Velikovskian Vol 2 No 1 (1994) Home | Issue Contents Early History of the Israelite People: Biblical Fundamentalism in History (I )Gunnar Heinsohn See Note 1. At the 40th Rècontre Assyriologique Internationale in Leiden, Holland, I obtained Dr. Thomas L. Thompson's Early History of the Israelite People, (2 ) an erudite historical work. I believe the book gets very close to correctly portraying the problems of Israelite history given that historical narratives of biblical Israel were written in the Persian and Hellenistic periods (3 ) Thus, it is extremely difficult to select the portions of the history which really correspond to the evidence and, therefore, can possibly ...
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... took place 1031 years after the destruction of the Second Temple, i.e . in 1099 [2 ]. In recent years, a group of German authors have cast doubt on the trustworthiness of the Jewish chroniclers of the Crusades who stand accused of contributing to the biggest chronological forgery in history' [3 ]. Heribert Illig and Gunnar Heinsohn, the two main advocates of this assertion, claim that medieval Jewish writers employed a fictitious history and inflated chronology which positioned the Crusaders' onslaught some 300 years later than they had actually took place. In their view, the Crusades occurred in the 8th century and not, as every Jewish, Muslim or Christian historian at the ...
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... From: The Velikovskian Vol 2 No 1 (1994) Home | Issue Contents Early History of the Israelite People: Biblical Fundamentalism in History (II)Gunnar Heinsohn In my review of Early History of the Israelite People, by Thomas L. Thompson, (1 ) I tried to show that the revisionist school of ancient Israelite history is as vulnerable to evidence-based criticism as its mainstream opponent. I wanted to make clear that Thompson, the author, believes in the same mixture of fundamentalist and pseudoastronomical dates for the ancient Near East as do the defenders of traditional, ancient Israelite history. It did not come as a surprise that I only had to wait one fortnight to ...
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... From: SIS C & C Review 2004:1 Incorporating Workshop 2004:2 (May 2004) Home | Issue Contents Wer Herrschte Im Industal? (Who Reigned in the Indus Valley?) by Gunnar Heinsohn Frankfurt, 1993, ISBN 3-92-928852-07-8. Reviewed by Emmet Sweeney This is an immensely important work by Gunnar Heinsohn. The province of India comprising the entire territory of the Indus Valley was counted as the Persian Empire's twentieth Satrapy, and celebrated as one of the wealthiest. Archaeologists therefore expected to find rich evidence of the Persians' rule over the region. They found nothing of the sort. Not a trace! In fact, in the very strata where they would ...
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11. Support for Heinsohn's Chronology is Misplaced [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Carl Olof Jonsson, "The Foundations of the Assyro-Babylonian Chronology", C & C Review 1987, pp.14-23 2. Robert Koldewey, The Excavations at Babylon (London 1914), translated by Agnes S. Johns, p.240 3. G. Roux, Ancient Iraq (Harmondsworth 1966), p.181 4. Gunnar Heinsohn, Did the Sumerians and the Akkadians Ever Exist? [From the Ghost Empires of the Textbooks to the Reconstruction of the Original Historiography in the "Cradle of Civilization", Southern Mesopotamia] (Toronto & Bremen, 1986) 5. A. T. Olmstead, History of the Persian Empire (University of Chicago Press [ ...
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12. Heinsohn's Revised Chronology [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon II:5 (1991) Home | Issue Contents Heinsohn's Revised Chronology William H. Stiebing, Jr.Gunnar Heinsohn of the University of Bremen has proposed a major revision of the generally accepted chronology for Mesopotamia and the rest of the Near East which he claims is "evidence based." Supposedly, it makes better use of archaeological evidence as well as the data found in ancient texts than the conventional chronology does. However, the system he has proposed is fatally flawed for a number of reasons. In this paper I will point out four of these problems, commenting briefly on three of them and spending a bit more time on the fourth. ( ...
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... No idea. First I've heard of it. Where was the above ID made?" Cardona: "Try G. Heinsohn, Did the Sumerians and Akkadians Ever Exist?" in AEON I:2 (February 1988), p. 41, . . ." Whelton: "Thanks for the clarification. As you know, Gunnar [Heinsohn] has long since abandoned his two Sargons' approach. I assume this is also true for the Scythians-Sumerians . . ." Cardona: "I understand. It's just that he's on record for retracting his original two Sargons' identification. But he never said anything about his Sumerian/Scythian one. I was simply wondering ...
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... David: Psychology And Ancient Astronomical Discovery Griffard, David: The ISCBM Newark Earthworks Conference Grinnell, George: Catastrophism and Uniformity: A Probe into the Origins of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology Grinnell, George: THE ORIGINS OF MODERN GEOLOGICAL THEORY Grubaugh, Robert: A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration Grubaugh, Robert: Response to Slabinski Gunnar Heinsohn : Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period Gunnar Heinsohn, Christoph Marx: Collective Amnesia and the Compulsive Repetition of Human Sacrifrice H Hall, Fred: Solar System Studies Hall, Frederick F.: Solar System Studies (Part 2) Hamilton, Andrew: The Circularisation of Planetary Orbits Hanna, Pam: Symbols of an Ancient ...
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15. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... a chain of events which led to us being unable to give members much prior notice of this meeting. However, from being in the situation only a month before in which we were contemplating cancelling the meeting, we were rescued by the willingness of three speakers to attend at very short notice. We owe to Milton Zysman from Canada, Gunnar Heinsohn from Germany and our own British representative in the form of Tony Rees, a debt of gratitude for not only making the meeting possible but extremely interesting. We were sorry not to be able to give them a larger audience, but the lack of numbers was more than compensated for by the interactive enthusiasm of the gathering. We ...
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... Fifteenth-Century Exodus Gerrit L. Verschuur, The Wabar Meteorite Crater in the Empty Quarter of Saudi Arabia Gerrit van der Lingen, Flow Slips, Ocean Bottom Currents and Subaqueous Dunes Gordon P. Williams, Changing Sea Levels Gordon P. Williams, Our Tilted Earth Gordon P. Williams, The Mammoths' Demise - a correct solution requires more facts Gunnar Heinsohn, Christoph Marx, Collective Amnesia and the Compulsive Repetition of Human Sacrifrice Gunnar Heinsohn and Christoph Marx, Mycenaean Culture: The Shift in Recent Historiography from its Destruction by Invasion to Destruction by Natural Agents Gunnar Heinsohn and Christoph Marx, Were the "Sumerians of the Third Millennium" in Reality the Chaldeans of the First Millennium? Gunnar ...
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... From: Aeon III:2 (May 1993) Home | Issue Contents Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period Gunnar Heinsohn See note * below. The encounter between the Achaemenian Empire and Babylonia (Mesopotamia) seems to have left surprisingly insignificant impact on the latter. The flowering created by the contacts of Babylonia with Hellenism and the Parthian civilization respectively stands in unmistakable contrast to the sterility and lack of interaction which seems to characterize the Achaemenian presence in Babylonia. (A .L . Oppenheim, "The Babylonian Evidence of the Achaemenian Rule in Mesopotamia," in The Cambridge History of Iran, Volume I [Cambridge, 1985], pp. 530-595.) It ...
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... From: Aeon II:4 (1991) Home | Issue Contents Old-Babylonian and Persian Terra-Cotta Reliefs Gunnar Heinsohn In Die Sumerer Gab es Nicht, as well as in Ghost Empires of the Past, the author tried to prove that the Ancient Near Eastern periods from the middle of the third to the beginning of the second millennium BCE are desk-fabricated duplications of the well-known periods of the first millennium BCE. (1 ) Thus, I claim that the Sargonic Akkadians (2400 BCE onwards) correspond to the pre-Medish Assyrians (750 BCE onwards), who should not be mixed up with the Sargonids (conventionally dated to the same period but stratigraphically belonging to the Persian period). ...
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19. Sins Of The Father [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon Volume VI, Number 6 Home | Issue Contents Sins Of The Father Ev Cochrane Immanuel Velikovsky (Photograph by Donna Foster Roizen.) Gunnar Heinsohn (Photograph- 1996- by Dwardu Cardona.) The wild goose chase that culminates in Pillars of the Past, Charles Ginenthal's most recent foray into ancient chronology, can be laid squarely at the doorstep of Immanuel Velikovsky. Thus it is only fitting that the first two words of Pillars of the Past are "Immanuel Velikovsky," for it was that very author who, in the Ages in Chaos series, claimed to find evidence that conventional chronology was falsely inflated by some five centuries, thereby inspiring several generations ...
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20. Three Views of Heinsohn's Chronology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1990 No 1 (June 1990) Home | Issue Contents FORUM Three Views of Heinsohn's Chronology A. Egypt and the Akkadian Language a reply from Gunnar Heinsohn In Workshop 1989:1 , p. 21, Bernard Newgrosh put forward the claim that there is, indeed, absolutely no evidence that the Hyksos dynasties left behind them a legacy of Akkadian which the rulers of the 18th Dynasty could have continued to use'. Since Dr Newgrosh's statement seems to be directed against this author's identification of the Assyrians of the 7th century BC as known to Herodotus (Histories I:95) with the 17th century BC Hyksos rulers of Egypt as well ...
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... From: The Velikovskian Vol 3 No 1 (1997) Home | Issue Contents Cyrus The Mardian/amardian Dethroner Of The -6th Century Medes And Aziru The Martu/amurru (Amorite) Dethroner Of The -14th Century Mitanni Gunnar Heinsohn 1. The Restoration of Assyrian History in the Median and Achaemenid Periods In 1987, ancient Greek historiography and modern archaeological stratigraphy compelled me to bring down the conventional date of the Amarna Period ( -14th century), to the late -7th century. Thereby, the -14th century termination of the Mitannian Empire, witnessed in the Amarna correspondence, had to be equated with the end of the Median Empire of the -7th/ -6th centuries. In ...
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22. Chapter 9 Mesopotamian Stratigraphy [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... what is demanded is a scientific empirical method that permits both to be falsified. As we learned earlier, Heinsohn equates the Akkadians with the Assyrians and the Mitanni with the Medes. According to Sweeney, 10 Rose, Sun, Moon, and Sothis, op.cit., p. 202 11 ibid., p. 203 12 Gunnar Heinsohn, "Ancient Near Eastern Chronology Revised," op.cit., pp. 27-36 Charles Ginenthal, Pillars of the Past 277 "A typical Assyrian stratigraphy (as for example at Tell Hamadiyah, Munbaqa, Barak, Balawat, and Nimrud) looks like this (starting with the top stratum and going down): " ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 141  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0601/09mesop.pdf
23. Human Sacrifice - Then and Now [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of Ancient America, by Nicholas J. Saunders, Souvenir Press 1989, 176pp. National Geographic (Sacred Peaks of the Andes), March 1992, pp. 84-111 National Geographic (Murals of Ancient Cacaxtla), September 1992, pp. 120-136 The Rise of Blood Sacrifice and Priest-Kingship in Mesopotamia: a Cosmic decree'?, by Gunnar Heinsohn, Religion (1992) 22, 109-134 What is Judaism? by Gunnar Heinsohn, unpublished paper 1992 In February 1992 I stood in the Natural History Museum in Santiago, Chile, and gazed on the marvellously preserved body of a small Inca boy who appeared to be curled up asleep, clothed in ceremonial regalia. He had been ...
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24. Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... ) during the days of Esarhaddon. Where is the similarity between this event and Naram-Sin's conquest of Ebla? Perhaps it is Sieff who "should read his Bible more closely." 6. The Sargonid Mirror As Sieff himself informed us, the hypothesis that Sargon of Akkad and Naram-Sin were the alter-egos of Sargon of Assyria and Esarhaddon originated with Gunnar Heinsohn.51 Sieff sees this hypothesis, in which the Akkadians are identified as the Assyrians, as "brilliant." According to him, this hypothesis has "received dramatic support from Charles Ginenthal of New York."52 This "dramatic support" took the form of a paper, entitled "The Sargonid Mirror," that ...
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25. The Autumn Meeting [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to something far more significant. All three speakers, in their various ways, demonstrated the methodology which lies behind differing attempts to reconstruct the chronology of ancient civilisations. Chairman David Salkeld's suggested title for the meeting, The Tests of Time, proved to be more apt than he had perhaps foreseen. The hard evidence' approach was explored by Gunnar Heinsohn in his own inimitable way. Most members will be acquainted by now with the extreme down-dating of the Heinsohn chronology and the inevitable controversy it has provoked, but this time it was not so much the actual chronology as the means by which it was derived which was discussed. The hard evidence is obtained in the form of strata ...
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