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121. Venus, Mars ... and Saturn [SIS C&C Review $]
... What could have possessed the ancient Israelites to make El (Saturn) their most celebrated god? Questions arise at each step of the investigation. How are we to account for the identification of the ancient sun-god with Saturn? Why is the planet Venus typically portrayed as female? Why is Mars consistently described as male and malevolent? Further analysis reveals one anomaly after another. Throughout the ancient world, Venus is consistently associated with terminology otherwise typical of comets [12. It is described with such epithets as 'long-haired star', 'smoking ... the New World as well [3. Other goddesses, such as Hathor, Athena, Xochiquetzal and Kali can be shown to share numerous characteristics with Inanna and the others and are thus to be identified with it as well. The planet Mars is everywhere regarded as male and intimately associated with war, disaster and pestilence. Mars was the warrior-hero par excellence, with Heracles, Nergal and Verethragna- the leading heroes of Greece, Mesopotamia and Iran- each being identified with the planet Mars. Other figures we would identify with the ...
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... Rat and squirrel "kings"* Cetacean mass strandings* Mummified Antarctic seals* Navigation and homing* Soaring and parachuting* Mammalian engineering works* Deep-diving capabilities* Unusual vocalisations* Intelligence overshoot. [Picture caption: A yapok. A South American aquatic marsupial. The female possesses a watertight pouch. Strangely, the male also has a pouch! 292 pages, hardcover, $21.95, 84 illus., 3 indexes, 1995. 546 references, LC 91-68541. ISBN 0-915554-30-5, 7x10. Biological Anomalies: Mammals II: A ... shedders* "Perfection" of the eye* Dearth of memory traces* Sudden increase of hominid brain size* Health and the weather* Periodicity of epidemics* Extreme longevity* AIDS anomalies* Cancer anomalies* Human limb regeneration* Nostril cycling* Voluntary suspended animation* Male menstruation [Picture caption: Is the complexity of the human eye anomalous? 297 pages, hardcover, $19.95, 40 illus., 3 indexes, 1993. 494 references, LC 91-68541, ISBN 0-915554-27-5, 7x10. Biological Anomalies: Humans III: A ...
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123. Ear Symbols [Migration of Symbols (Book)] [Books]
... occasionally mummified them. 5 Shells were freely used as amulets by the Cro-Magnon peoples of Western Europe. These Palaeolithic hunters and cave dwellers wore necklaces of sea-shells and waist-belts of shells. Professor Osborne, dealing with the custom of placing shells in graves, refers to a female skeleton which was found "enveloped in a bed of shells "and a male skeleton which had a gorget and crown of perforated shells". In another case a head was "decorated with a circle of perforated shells coloured in red"; the body of ... Combe-Capelle man "was decorated with a necklace of perforated shells." 6 Sometimes the shells used by Palaeolithic man in Europe were carried long distances. In "Le Grotte des Enfants" at Mentone were found two fragments of an Indian Ocean shell (crisis ruffa), while Mediterranean shells have been found associated with burials in the Dordogne valley. We have no direct knowledge regarding Cro-Magnon beliefs, connected with shells, but judging from later evidence, it would appear that the shells were supposed to assist birth and afford magical protection against ...
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124. Paired Sets in the Hebrew Alphabet [Aeon Journal $]
... (his catalog number G 1) representing a glottal stop-- Hebrew aleph representing the same sound-- as a vulture. (20) The second fact is that Yahweh, the Hebrew God, can be symbolized by a vulture; "specifically, the female griffin-vulture is regarded as the 'presence' of God, the shekinah, hovering over the congregation." (21) Recalling the above mentioned Hebrew meaning of yodh as "the hand of the Lord," it is easy to see how the two letters aleph ... first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, aleph, "bull," "ox", "cattle," is paired with yodh, "hand." The concept "strength" ties these two meanings together. "The bull, a symbol of strength and male generative power, was first in the pantheon of all ancient empires from Egypt to Babylon, India, and China." (16) "Yodh, the 10th letter of the Hebrew alphabet... meaning 'a hand'; Assyrian idu, 'strength, ...
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... chart [p. 33 for the scheme of this article setting the birth of Nodjmet II around the accession of Herihor and Nodjmet I.) [* Papponymy refers literally to the naming of a grandson after his grandfather, but is also used as shorthand for the female version of this. Children named by maternal papponymy (i.e., after a maternal grandparent) were usually senior (most often oldest male or female) offspring of (at least) their mother.One important implication of the above material concerns the origin of ... I. Kitchen has recently suggested [54 that Hrere B could be very plausibly identified (by papponymy supplemented by political considerations) as a granddaughter of Hrere A, i.e. a daughter of Herihor and Nodjmet. Similarly, if Hrere A and B should rather be identified with each other, Nodjmet II would then probably be a granddaughter of Nodjmet I, i.e. Hrere A/B and/or Piankh would then probably be the immediate offspring of Herihor and Nodjmet (I). In either case, it appears that Pinudjem ...
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126. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... , National Geographic March 96, pp. 112-113 Bonobos are genetically almost identical to common chimpanzees but are smaller and have different behavioural characteristics. Chimpanzees have a male dominated society with violent outbursts and sometimes hunt and kill monkeys, whereas bonobos have an egalitarian society in which female relationships are more important and males seldom fight. It is now suggested that humans are descended from a line more like bonobos and more evidence has been found that the earliest hominids, Australopithecus afarensis, had greatly reduced size of canine teeth in the males, which ... is the missing link now? ANTHROPOLOGY Gentler origins The Sunday Times 15.10.95, New Scientist 20.1.96, p. 5, National Geographic March 96, pp. 112-113 Bonobos are genetically almost identical to common chimpanzees but are smaller and have different behavioural characteristics. Chimpanzees have a male dominated society with violent outbursts and sometimes hunt and kill monkeys, whereas bonobos have an egalitarian society in which female relationships are more important and males seldom fight. It is now suggested that humans are descended from a line more like bonobos and more evidence has been ...
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127. The Hermes Connection [Aeon Journal $]
... phlematic darkness, characteristic of the crab-like companion or guardian of Hermes/Mercury, whose form Mercurii Sidus (11) is described as being black and without eyes. Further anthropomorphic overlays have emphasized a morphological duality, making the hermetic apparition somewhat of a male personage although female attributes have also assembled an hermaphroditic image. Moreover, Hermes/Mercury was a messenger of the gods and bearer of tidings, with a syncretic development toward distinctly sexual proclivities as espoused by the Magi of the Medes and the later Greeks, yet tempered with a ... which stress a phlematic darkness, characteristic of the crab-like companion or guardian of Hermes/Mercury, whose form Mercurii Sidus (11) is described as being black and without eyes. Further anthropomorphic overlays have emphasized a morphological duality, making the hermetic apparition somewhat of a male personage although female attributes have also assembled an hermaphroditic image. Moreover, Hermes/Mercury was a messenger of the gods and bearer of tidings, with a syncretic development toward distinctly sexual proclivities as espoused by the Magi of the Medes and the later Greeks, yet ...
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128. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... believe in the 'out of Africa' theory, whereby all modern people originate from a group which migrated out of Africa 100,000 years ago, are celebrating research on part of a skull found in Java dated much earlier than this. This skull of a young female appears to show characteristics half way between the earlier Homo erectus and modern man and the development of areas of the brain indicates she could probably talk. In Australia the 60,000 years old remains of a man, 'Mungo Man', have been analysed for ... , with urban settlements and intensive farming systems. Back in Peru's arid north coast, by 1500yrs ago the advanced Moche culture had developed. They built pyramids, palaces and temples; 3 recently discovered tombs give insights into their customs. Each contained an unusually tall young male and they were built within a month of each other. Each also contained 18 head-dresses, an array of valuable but unused weapons but its occupant held metalworking chisels. Further north in Mexico, a few hundred years later, lived the Zoque, allied to the ...
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129. Spatters And Planetary Iconography [The Velikovskian $]
... Figure 113, my depiction of a tarot card. It is the Chariot, a major arcane card that symbolises (when dealt right side up) synergistic power. As long as the two steeds of the Chariot (often depicted as black and white, male and female, yin and yang) remain yoked together, the Chariot (just like the plough) will go forward and work effectively. Now for a synchronicity. The words yoga and yogi are related etymologically to the English yoke, which derives etymologically from the Latin iunctio ... us to Figure 113, my depiction of a tarot card. It is the Chariot, a major arcane card that symbolises (when dealt right side up) synergistic power. As long as the two steeds of the Chariot (often depicted as black and white, male and female, yin and yang) remain yoked together, the Chariot (just like the plough) will go forward and work effectively. Now for a synchronicity. The words yoga and yogi are related etymologically to the English yoke, which derives etymologically from the ...
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130. Letters [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... ) increase with temperature in general, then just the heat associated with the onset of Velikovsky's catastrophe would be more than sufficient to cause plagues of insects. When it comes to frogs, I am afraid Mr. Knowles must be unaware of the typical amphibian life-history. Female frogs do not normally lay their eggs unless in the presence of a male, which means they would be naturally fertilised; given that the time of the Exodus was abnormal, so perhaps female frogs may have been stimulated to lay premature eggs without finding a mate ... still development could not take place because of the dried-up rivers. Frog eggs develop into tadpoles, and tadpoles require water even more acutely than their parents! Plagues of frogs are more credibly explained by the poor, thin-skinned creatures being driven from their normal hiding places in pond and river and damp environs, in a desperate search for water as these dried up. I think Mr. Knowles' letter illustrates the pit-falls that lie in wait for over-enthusiastic Velikovskians. I know I am guilty of similar uncritical reactions at times: as the ...
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