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101. From Myth to a Physical Model [Aeon Journal $]
... of symmetry: a singular form, interpreted in different ways, will eliminate countless apparent contradictions in ancient symbolism of the Venus-goddess. Venus Womb-Goddess Though it is only with the beginning of differentiation that Venus emerges as an independent power, the Venusian character as celestial womb and female principle is clearly an overarching motif. Venus is the great goddess, born in the center of heaven (more literally, signifying the center of heaven in her earliest character), while carrying the warrior-hero as impregnating seed, as unborn god, and as newborn ... , Jupiter came to occupy the visible position previously held by Saturn. Though we cannot here attempt a reconstruction of the spectacular events and images involved, the reader will remember that the Egyptian "heart" has two aspects-- the female hati-heart and the reddish, male ab-heart enclosed within the female heart, the first being identical to the mother goddess and the second to the warrior hero, carried within the womb of the goddess. What the story of Osiris establishes beyond dispute is that both aspects of the "heart-soul" participate ...
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... are not united. When they meet, he greets her rudely, and she replies What, jealous Oberon! Fairies, skip hence, I have forsworn his bed and company. 2.1.61-62. We can thus see that the crisis of the male being separated from the female he wants applies throughout the whole world of Athens, human and spiritual. Theseus wanting Hippolyta and being told he must wait, Lysander wanting Hermia and being told by her father that he cannot marry her, Helena wanting Demetrius who rejects her, and now Oberon ... function because Oberon and Titania are not united. When they meet, he greets her rudely, and she replies What, jealous Oberon! Fairies, skip hence, I have forsworn his bed and company. 2.1.61-62. We can thus see that the crisis of the male being separated from the female he wants applies throughout the whole world of Athens, human and spiritual. Theseus wanting Hippolyta and being told he must wait, Lysander wanting Hermia and being told by her father that he cannot marry her, Helena wanting Demetrius who rejects ...
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103. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... . Black Grouse in Sweden have suffered environmental change and their normal lekking sites, where males gather and display in a group, are no longer viable. The males in this area now display in solitary splendour. Evidence for the efficacy of sexual selection, where the female chooses a male, has been shown in the cichlid fishes in Lake Victoria. The female of one species discriminates between colour in the male in clear water but mates at random in turbid conditions; computer simulations have shown that with the advent of a mutant female ... prefers a different colour or pattern a species can split into two in only a few generations. Less gas, more grass New Scientist 13.9.97, p. 40 An analysis of fossil mammal teeth has shown that 6 to 8 Myrs ago there was a drop in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which allowed the rapid spread of modern grasslands, with a dramatic increase in the numbers of grass-eating mammals. Dinosaur update New Scientist 19.7.97, p. 3, 20.9.97, p. 24, Earthwatch Magazine May-June 97, p. 51 The ...
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104. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... the earliest hominids monogamous? The New York Times 16.8.97 Sexual dimophism, where one sex is different in form, often size, from the other, is an indication of mating behaviour. Primates such as the gorilla, with a male almost twice the size of the female, are usually polygamous, with a dominant male holding a harem. Early Australopithecines appear to show such a size disparity but in modern man it is much smaller. Studies of some Spanish fossils of humans appearing to be earlier than both modern man and Neanderthal man ... has been found in chimpanzees. Were the earliest hominids monogamous? The New York Times 16.8.97 Sexual dimophism, where one sex is different in form, often size, from the other, is an indication of mating behaviour. Primates such as the gorilla, with a male almost twice the size of the female, are usually polygamous, with a dominant male holding a harem. Early Australopithecines appear to show such a size disparity but in modern man it is much smaller. Studies of some Spanish fossils of humans appearing to be earlier ...
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... beliefs of Brugsch, described the primitive credo concerning the cosmic egg of the ancient Egyptians in these words: [In the beginning nothing existed except a boundless primeval mass of water which was shrouded in darkness and which contained within itself the germs or beginnings, male and female, of everything which was to be in the future world. The divine primeval spirit which formed an essential part of the primeval matter felt within itself the desire to begin the work of creation, and its word woke to life the world, the form and ... echoing the beliefs of Brugsch, described the primitive credo concerning the cosmic egg of the ancient Egyptians in these words: [In the beginning nothing existed except a boundless primeval mass of water which was shrouded in darkness and which contained within itself the germs or beginnings, male and female, of everything which was to be in the future world. The divine primeval spirit which formed an essential part of the primeval matter felt within itself the desire to begin the work of creation, and its word woke to life the world, the ...
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106. The Dragon in Myth and Folklore [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... translated as cattle,- and this is taken to represent domestic mammal forms. Concerning the "taninim", the medieval Jewish commentator Rashi, quoting Tractate Baba Bathra 74b, comments: "It means here the Leviathan and its consort which He created, male and female. He, however, killed the female and preserved it in salt for the benefit of the righteous in the time to come, for had they been permitted to be fruitful and to multiply, the world could not have endured because of them." Similarly ... ,- translated as cattle,- and this is taken to represent domestic mammal forms. Concerning the "taninim", the medieval Jewish commentator Rashi, quoting Tractate Baba Bathra 74b, comments: "It means here the Leviathan and its consort which He created, male and female. He, however, killed the female and preserved it in salt for the benefit of the righteous in the time to come, for had they been permitted to be fruitful and to multiply, the world could not have endured because of them. ...
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... firsthand study of the Punt-reliefs at Deir el-Bahri reveals serious difficulties for Velikovsky's view that Hatshepsut visited Solomon in Jerusalem. Nevertheless, the reliefs do provide some indirect evidence which favours a lower dating of the XVIIIth Dynasty. Introduction In Ages in Chaos, Velikovsky ingeniously identifies Egypt's female Pharaoh Hatshepsut with the biblical Queen of Sheba [1. One scholar has described this identification as "worked out in great and convincing detail" [2- an impression which this writer shared until recently. While in Egypt in January 1981, I had the ... Minaias, who built Memphis, did not mention their names, because they were all in common called Pharaothai. For, after the death of these kings, a woman ruled as queen, and he gives her name as Nikaule, making it clear that while the male kings could all have the same name, the woman could not share this, and for that reason he mentioned her by the name that naturally belonged to her. And I myself have discovered in the books of our own country that after the Pharaothes who was ...
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108. Thoth Vol. IV, No 13 Aug 31, 2000 [Thoth Website]
... chaos, the onset of world-destroying catastrophe and the perceived "death" of the sovereign himself, whose flaming "soul" rages in the sky in the form of the angry, lamenting, or warring goddess. The most common form of the raging goddess is the female serpent or dragon attacking the world. It will be our contention that the full complex of goddess images answers to the role of Venus in the planetary configuration. With a visual model as a reference we will see that the original "beauty" or "radiance ... a different accent, a different way of remembering the cosmic agent of Doomsday. Though we must oversimplify things in stating the planetary identifications, the general rule is that the female chaos monster is the terrible aspect of the mother goddess, who is Venus, while the male chaos monster is the terrible aspect of the warrior-hero Mars. Both planets participate directly in the unstable and catastrophic phases, yet paradoxically both are linked to the vanquishing of chaos and renewal of the world. Moreover, the close conjunction or interaction of the two bodies ...
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109. "As Above, So Below" Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Straight-Line Phenomena [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... 1932:137: The function of a volcano is to produce and give birth. It plays a leading though passive role in planetary building. If the meteor that strikes may be regarded as the male feature in natural phenomena, the volcano may be described as the female counterpart. It is the receptive agent. It attracts the passing meteor, thus their function is that of Mother Earth. Sometimes the volcano assumes the masculine gender or a hermaphrodite, more often as Hera or as Ge, or as Ishtar, or as Astarte ... axial position [Beaumont, 1925:98,121,126-27; 1932:137: The function of a volcano is to produce and give birth. It plays a leading though passive role in planetary building. If the meteor that strikes may be regarded as the male feature in natural phenomena, the volcano may be described as the female counterpart. It is the receptive agent. It attracts the passing meteor, thus their function is that of Mother Earth. Sometimes the volcano assumes the masculine gender or a hermaphrodite, more often ...
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... later differentiated in the creation. The Greek Ouranos is "all-containing heaven", as is his counterpart, the Hindu Varuna. The name of the Sumerian creator An (Akkadian Anu) is translated "heaven", but An contains within himself the divine male and female powers which are subsequently highly active as independent powers. It would be absurd, therefore, to separate the Egyptian concept of the "god One" from the related idea of "the All", and we should expect any language tracing to these concepts to ... that was later differentiated in the creation. The Greek Ouranos is "all-containing heaven", as is his counterpart, the Hindu Varuna. The name of the Sumerian creator An (Akkadian Anu) is translated "heaven", but An contains within himself the divine male and female powers which are subsequently highly active as independent powers. It would be absurd, therefore, to separate the Egyptian concept of the "god One" from the related idea of "the All", and we should expect any language tracing to these ...
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