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... , is more perfect than the gazer. For it contains all of his qualities and all of his dreams and desires. Sometimes these are contradictory, but the mirror finds a solution. It may show a god with devilish features, or a god who is both female and male. Does it ever show a god who is both brave and fearful? Often; despite the fact that fear creates gods who are afraid of other gods, afraid of themselves, or mistrustful of their worshiper, this last being a kind of fear ... drives gods (as it does men) to excesses of all kinds. So, indeed did the Lord behave toward Job, when the Devil drove him to be suspicious of his devoted and good worshipper. In an early work, C. J. Jung wrote an Answer to Job where brilliantly but in a fundamentally naive form, he hints that man is too clever for God. "It were better," however, "not to wax too conscious of this slight moral superiority over the more unconscious God." One ...
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172. Celestial fireworks [SIS Internet Digest $]
... of the Hero from the split womb of the Goddess; emergence from the slain dragon or from the underworld; resurrection from death; the creation of light; separation of day and night, light and darkness, summer and winter, heaven and earth, male and female; the one dragon becomes two; the black and the white serpents taken apart; manifestation of the lightning in the act of slaying the dragon; the seven heavens lighted and the seven underworlds darkened; release of the swallowed or captured satellites of the deity. ... ; birth of the Hero from the split womb of the Goddess; emergence from the slain dragon or from the underworld; resurrection from death; the creation of light; separation of day and night, light and darkness, summer and winter, heaven and earth, male and female; the one dragon becomes two; the black and the white serpents taken apart; manifestation of the lightning in the act of slaying the dragon; the seven heavens lighted and the seven underworlds darkened; release of the swallowed or captured satellites of the ...
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... ."(5) In his previous writings, Campbell had already noted that "among primitive hunting peoples it is largely from the psychological experiences of shamans that the mythic imagery and rituals of their ceremonial life derive. The shaman is a person (either male or female) who in early adolescence underwent a severe psychological crisis.. ." (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 ... vital balance."(5) In his previous writings, Campbell had already noted that "among primitive hunting peoples it is largely from the psychological experiences of shamans that the mythic imagery and rituals of their ceremonial life derive. The shaman is a person (either male or female) who in early adolescence underwent a severe psychological crisis.. ." (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 ...
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174. ABSTRACTS DECEMBER 2004 [Thunderbolts Website]
... the “Greatest Surprise” Pictured above: two views of Jupiter s closest moon Io, the first a Voyager photograph, the second a higher-resolution image from the more recent Galileo probe, showing the moon's etched surface in sharp relief. Dec 10, 2004 Elusive Female Figures Archaeologists have uncovered scores of so-called 'female figurines' in Mycenaean layers, dated from Late Helladic IIIA (1450-1300 BCE) to Late Helladic IIIC (1180-1050 BCE). One might be tempted to dismiss these images as crude representations of human beings, but there ... good reasons to suspect that something else may have been behind the production of these objects. Dec 09, 2004 Prometheus Steals the Ring, or Forges It In Greek legend, Prometheus steals fire from the gods to give to man. Unfortunately the story is misunderstood because the "fire of the gods" was electrical. Dec 08, 2004 The Jets of Comet Wild 2 When a theory's predictions are constantly discredited by new discoveries, it is "falsified". The unexpected blast of particles hitting Stardust is one small ding for the ...
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... was Hathor- lion-bodied goddess of destruction- in Egypt, Athena in Greece, and the "male" warrior aspect of Ishtar of Agade in Babylonia. On the other hand, Venus as evening star was Isis in Egypt, Aphrodite in Greece, and the "female" love-goddess Ishtar of Erech in Babylonia. The fact that Venus was recorded as a catastrophic threat when perceived as Morning Star, but not when perceived as Evening Star, is a most important clue in the reconstruction of solar system orbits during catastrophic sequences. In ... ) that the planet Venus was worshipped as different gods, or one god with a dual character, in its morning and evening star aspects. Venus as the morning star was Hathor- lion-bodied goddess of destruction- in Egypt, Athena in Greece, and the "male" warrior aspect of Ishtar of Agade in Babylonia. On the other hand, Venus as evening star was Isis in Egypt, Aphrodite in Greece, and the "female" love-goddess Ishtar of Erech in Babylonia. The fact that Venus was recorded as a catastrophic ...
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... then in reality (in the eleventh year), and his sexual affect is expressed as this jealousy. Such a hypertrophied jealousy is almost a certain sign of unconscious homosexuality. In the corollary of this, in the case of the passive homosexual, who desires the female role, the feeling of jealousy may be entirely absent, as in one of my cases. For several years after his marriage, the husband slept with a bachelor friend of his while his young wife slept in another bed close by. Their living conditions did ... s Kreutzer Sonata and Unconscious Homosexuality There are elements of bisexuality in every individual. In the course of a normal development, the homosexual instincts are weakened and the heterosexual come to the fore, paralleling the development of the anatomical signs of bisexuality. The nipples of the male, for example, remain in an ? embryonic ? state. If the homosexual instinct does not disappear, however, but continues its development, the result will be either open homosexuality, if the individual is conscious of his tendency, or latent homosexuality, if ...
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... that Aristotle would like for tragedy to be an all-male affair. He wants the tragic character to be good, but neither so exceedingly good nor so minimally good as no longer to be "like ourselves". This means to him that the tragic figure should be male, and he takes this occasion to offer some of his typical comments about women; in particular, he seems to doubt whether a woman could have even the modicum of masculine virtue required in a tragedy: "Now any speech or action that manifests moral purpose ... "illustrious men of such families" as provide the noble and royal characters of Greek mythology, is it not implicit that Aristotle and the others in the audience are of like status? It also seems to be implied that Aristotle would like for tragedy to be an all-male affair. He wants the tragic character to be good, but neither so exceedingly good nor so minimally good as no longer to be "like ourselves". This means to him that the tragic figure should be male, and he takes this occasion to offer ...
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178. The Religious Center of Mycenae [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... LH III B-C period. That pose presumably designates a worshipper in the posture of supplication, or a deity in the set of epiphany or benediction. The type suddenly became extinct at the end of the Mycenaean Age. With the return of the Peloponnesian wheel-made figurines and female idols ca. 700 B.C., there is ? a remarkable associated phenomenon, the reappearance of the goddess with raised arms,? which, like other features of contemporary terra cottas, made a ? strange revival.? 33 They then ? kept reappearing spontaneously ... as for other matters, the ? tug of war ? across a 500-year chasm continues, and the entire situation remains ? most bewildering.? Among the discoveries inside the cult center were two fairly large ivory figurines, representing a couchant lion and a very delicately modeled male head. Ivory carving in the round was very rare in Mycenaean times, and those two pieces struck the excavators ? unique ? among them. Since they come from a building of LH III 3 date, they can be no later than the thirteenth century B.C ...
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179. Psychoceramics [Aeon Journal $]
... the moon's anomalous heating. An answer was immediately shot back by one of the principals, "Absolutely not!" How thinking and times have changed since then. On the same occasion, the moderator gave an informative disclosure that the Galilean satellites were named after the female mythological paramours of Jupiter, whereupon I pointed out to the assembly that Ganymede was actually a boy-- an inelegant tidbit which was conspicuous by its absence in the national press. 15. J. Brendan Murphy and R. Damian Nance, "Mountain Belts ... encompass the so-called Lorenz Attractors, first investigated in 1961 by meteorologist Edward N. Lorenz, who then was investigating weather patterns, and actually later labeled strange attractors in 1971 by French physicist David Ruelle and Dutch mathematician Floris Takens, and spearheaded by the American topologist Stephen Smale of UC Berkeley, among others too numerous to mention. (33) Rightly or wrongly this newly emergent mathematical discipline has been called chaos theory, because it affords a precise description of the turbulent interface between order and disorder in dynamic systems. It has been ...
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180. Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part II [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... in their neighborhood, which were without number, by escalade and by bringing up seige engines, by attacking and storming on foot, by mines, tunnels and breaches, I beseiged and took those cities. 20,150 people, great and small, male and female I brought away. (59) In the northern kingdom of Israel the Assyrians not only deported many Jews but also brought in foreign peoples from other conquered lands (I Kings 17). The remaining Hebrews eventually mingled with these foreigners and became the Samaritans of ... small cities in their neighborhood, which were without number, by escalade and by bringing up seige engines, by attacking and storming on foot, by mines, tunnels and breaches, I beseiged and took those cities. 20,150 people, great and small, male and female I brought away. (59) In the northern kingdom of Israel the Assyrians not only deported many Jews but also brought in foreign peoples from other conquered lands (I Kings 17). The remaining Hebrews eventually mingled with these foreigners and became the ...
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