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... Saturnian era. As a unified entity, the Saturnian All Father received different names by different races. But different aspects of him- orb, rings, and axis- were also assigned individual names. Besides all this, to some he was male, to others female. In time he became both.(6) Saturn's history was one of periodic disruptions.(7) Following every such event, he seems to have reappeared in a slightly altered form. Each "new" Saturn was thus honored with a new name ... the length of the Saturnian era. As a unified entity, the Saturnian All Father received different names by different races. But different aspects of him- orb, rings, and axis- were also assigned individual names. Besides all this, to some he was male, to others female. In time he became both.(6) Saturn's history was one of periodic disruptions.(7) Following every such event, he seems to have reappeared in a slightly altered form. Each "new" Saturn was thus honored ...
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... elaborate in various ways how the great band came into existence. Yet, a paradox runs through all the related symbols. In the Egyptian language, the band of the Aten means, at once, the "body" of the sun god as well as the female principle, the god's "mistress". It is the radiant "womb" in the sky, the Great Mother herself, in which the sun god shines as the "Great Seed". Mythically, the male and female powers combine in the androgynous image ... the enclosed sun. The relationship occurs in the symbolism of all the primary Egyptian gods and goddesses. Isis is the "chamber" of the sun god. Hathor is "the House of Horus", and Nephthys "the House-Lady". Nut encloses Ra, the Great Seed. Ra "shines forth from the womb of Nut".(9) Elsewhere, Ra is the sun "in the womb of Hathor".(10) Osiris, too, sends forth his light from the womb of Nut. " ...
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143. The Crescent [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... moon" must mean the same thing as the created "earth" watered by the four rivers of life. Though it is difficult to imagine a less likely identity in conventional terms, here is Faber's conclusion concerning the moon and earth in global mythology: "The female divinity, however apparently multiplied according the genius of polytheism, ultimately resolve themselves into one, who is accounted the great universal mother both of gods and men, and this single deity is pronounced to be alike the Moon in the firmament and the all-productive Earth. ... prevails in later Egyptian art.) In numerous representations of the Aten a crescent forms the lower half of the enclosure. In fig 52, I offer an imposing example from the tomb of Ramesses VI, showing the Aten resting within a crescent and flanked by four male figures, two right and two left. 52. The Egyptian crescent-enclosure. The hieroglyphic form of the crescent-enclosure is, a form which progressively developed into the images,,,, as the artists gradually expanded and flattened the crescent into a larger receptacle supporting the ...
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144. Reconstructing the Saturn Myth [Aeon Journal $]
... a useful theory of the goddess is even possible. Yet the answer is of stunning simplicity. The mother goddess' identity problem will vanish just as soon as one allows the symbol of the enclosed sun to serve as a concrete reference. Mythically, the male and female powers combine in the image of the enclosed sun [* !* Image. The band is the radiant womb of the mother goddess, in which the sun god shines as masculine power, the "Great Seed." In the universal lexicon of symbols, ... wonder if a useful theory of the goddess is even possible. Yet the answer is of stunning simplicity. The mother goddess' identity problem will vanish just as soon as one allows the symbol of the enclosed sun to serve as a concrete reference. Mythically, the male and female powers combine in the image of the enclosed sun [* !* Image. The band is the radiant womb of the mother goddess, in which the sun god shines as masculine power, the "Great Seed." In the universal lexicon of ...
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145. On Dragons and Red Dwarves [Aeon Journal $]
... the most ancient in the Veda-- relates that Indra was concealed by his mother prior to his battle with Vritra. (63) That this concealment possibly involved his being swallowed is strongly suggested by a subsequent verse in the same hymn, where an otherwise unknown female by the name of Kusava is said to have swallowed the god. (64) Whether or not one accepts the hero's forcible bursting from the belly of the dragon as analogous to the hero's unusual manner of birth, it is clear that the harrowing experiences of ... from South America, for example, it is related that once-upon-a-time the hero Karuetaruyben was rendered minuscule in form and re-inserted into the womb of his mother. (65) Karuetaruyben grew so fast upon being "born" that he earned the name Bekit-tare-be, "the male child who grows fast." Here it is impossible not to recognize the analogy between this myth and the hero's entrance into the belly of the dragon as a homunculus: In both cases the hero enters the belly/womb as a dwarf-like being and swells or ...
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146. The Erratic Descent of Man [SIS C&C Review $]
... the footprints before they were covered by yet more volcanic ash. These footprints, now uncovered, show clear evidence of upright, bipedal locomotion [15,31,60,61,63. The Hadar fossils include Donald Johanson's well-known 'Lucy' (an almost complete female, AL288-1) and the 'first family' (teeth and bones from at least 13 individuals who may have died together). The Hadar investigations from 1973 to 1977 are described in detail in Lucy- The Beginnings of Humankind [60. Afterwards, political troubles ... food found in the new environment. Much evidence came from the Siwalik Hill in Pakistan, where David Pilbeam described three distinct species: Ramapithecus, the smallest (about 20kg); Sivapithecus (20-90kg); and the immense Gigantopithecus (140kg), larger than a male gorilla [15,24. Sivapithecus appears to have been widespread from the Siwalik Hills to south-east Europe, via the region around the former Tethys Sea, and similar types have also been found, such as Ouranopithecus in Greece and Kenyapithecus in East Africa [12 ...
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147. GODS FIRE: CHAPTER SIX: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES [Quantavolution Website]
... his words out for reasons also bearing upon sexuality. Jewish legend has it that at the same encounter by the burning bush, Yahweh instructs Moses to forego hereafter the pleasures of the marriage bed; two children are enough; he is now to be wedded to the female holy ghost, uniting with "the Shekinah, that she might descend to earth for his sake." [40 But this is post-climactic in Moses' life. He has long been mumbling in an attempt to control his fierce resentments against the father who was ... 5000 (2000) of (B); and 5000 (1000) of (C). To take one case, those who believe in Moses and are neutral to or opposed to Yahweh, and those that believe in both amount to 18% of the male Hebrew Egyptians, 30% of the Egyptians and other ethnics, and 15% of the Midianite and Kenite proselytes. This would total 2010 grown males who were the "true believers," the hard core of Moses' support, his charismatic followers. They ...
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... care to reflect parental hopes or ambitions for their children. Popular male names carried such meanings as 'Great Talent', 'National Treasure', 'Follower of Righteous-ness', 'Victorious', 'Heroic', 'Brave', 'Attain Imperial Favor', and 'Examination Success'. Female names often refer to flowers, fruits, and gems, although in romanization they are of course indistinguishable from male names." (101) The names of various Chinese dynasties had symbolic significance as well, ranging from geographic derivations and precious metals to descriptive terms ... suitable to their achievements or status" as eminent individuals. (100) "Posthumous epithets (Shih) were commonly conferred on distinguished officials by the government...and given names were deliberately chosen with great care to reflect parental hopes or ambitions for their children. Popular male names carried such meanings as 'Great Talent', 'National Treasure', 'Follower of Righteous-ness', 'Victorious', 'Heroic', 'Brave', 'Attain Imperial Favor', and 'Examination Success'. Female names often refer to flowers, fruits, and gems, ...
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... the world mountain), or a prominent star group. Most of the diverse figures of the mother goddess and warrior hero are paired in various ways, to represent the cosmic twins in later art. The good and evil brothers, dark and light, male and female, above and below, two faces looking in opposite directions, right and left- all are included in the mix. As I've suggested previously, these motifs are explicable by the concrete play of light and shadow off the polar configuration as the Earth turned on ... symbol of the world mountain), or a prominent star group. Most of the diverse figures of the mother goddess and warrior hero are paired in various ways, to represent the cosmic twins in later art. The good and evil brothers, dark and light, male and female, above and below, two faces looking in opposite directions, right and left- all are included in the mix. As I've suggested previously, these motifs are explicable by the concrete play of light and shadow off the polar configuration as the Earth ...
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150. Chapter II: The Events [The Age of Velikovsky] [The Age of Velikovsky] [Books]
... and heard sounds that were caused by shifting strata and were similar to the sounds of a mad bull, it is not surprising that they would be inclined toward bull worship. There seems to have been some trouble in distinguishing whether this agent of destruction was male or female. At first it was thought to be a bull, but then, when the milk like substance started to fall, it was decided that the initial guess was wrong. As Velikovsky noted: "A horned planet that produced milk most closely resembled a cow ... destruction, and heard sounds that were caused by shifting strata and were similar to the sounds of a mad bull, it is not surprising that they would be inclined toward bull worship. There seems to have been some trouble in distinguishing whether this agent of destruction was male or female. At first it was thought to be a bull, but then, when the milk like substance started to fall, it was decided that the initial guess was wrong. As Velikovsky noted: "A horned planet that produced milk most closely resembled ...
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