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... is also natural even among apes (The neuter gender, the "it," is itself probably a product of divinely inspired categorization; "it" is needed not for inanimate objects, as school children are told, but for a godly presence that is neither female nor male.) The collective experience and interpersonal communication of an event that requires a naming- an event whose connection with the numerous high-energy expressions of nature is obvious but whose direct efficient cause is not a great god- is a final way by which many ... demigod is produced. Thus the breezes are named, the meteors, the volcanoes, the erratic boulders, the deeps of caves and seas, the ancient trees, the animals of curious form and expression, and so on to many thousands. Then, too, the early kings, the kings of crises, their mothers, the sorcerers, saints, inventors, prophets, and so on to many more thousands of the divine and semi-divine. Then, further, the products of their work: "devil's hole," " ...
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... , with typical ambivalence, the ankh comes down to us in a long procession led by the Christian church, where the ankh is the symbol of "life." Still, the Egyptian 'Ankh', the symbol of life, is a combination of male and female. Moving to line 273, one finds a complicated sentence; Hephaestus fashions a device to capture the secret lovers in flagrante delictu. No translator feels the need to indicate that the original meaning of akinon is thunderbolt, not anvil (from which sparks fly) ... . But, with typical ambivalence, the ankh comes down to us in a long procession led by the Christian church, where the ankh is the symbol of "life." Still, the Egyptian 'Ankh', the symbol of life, is a combination of male and female. Moving to line 273, one finds a complicated sentence; Hephaestus fashions a device to capture the secret lovers in flagrante delictu. No translator feels the need to indicate that the original meaning of akinon is thunderbolt, not anvil (from which sparks ...
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183. The Paradoxical Primate [Kronos $]
... guenon monkey of the swamps of west-central Africa. Another is the eversion of the lips of our species, which are much fuller than those of other primates. The finger webbing of course, facilitates swimming; while the "lippiness"- like the labiality of our female pudenda provides firmer closure of a bodily orifice from which water and silt need to be excluded. Morgan makes no claim to have originated the Aquatic Hypothesis. She gives full credit for it to Sir Alister Hardy, Professor Emeritus of Zoology at Oxford University. Between ... Morgan's earlier 258-page book need not read her later 170-page book. One aspect of The Aquatic Ape which makes it preferable- at least in my eyes to The Descent of Woman is that the earlier book, having been conceived in part as a paleontological critique of "male chauvinism", attacks the Savanna Hypothesis as "androcentric" and nicknames it "Tarzanism". In her later book Morgan seems to have got over her (understandable) exasperation with the male-dominated establishment and appears better able to fit the savanna experience into her own ...
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184. Morning Star II [Aeon Journal $]
... , Shahar, the Dawn, is paired with Shalim, or Shalem, who was Dusk, Twilight, and/or Evening, both being presented as the twin sons of El. (58) (According to Astour, however, Shahar was both male and female, at least as far as the Hebrews were concerned.) (59) As the twin sons of El, who was Saturn, Shahar and Shalim are thus comparable to the cosmic twins of other ancient nations who, as we have seen elsewhere, have ... Gracious gods, Shahar, the Dawn, is paired with Shalim, or Shalem, who was Dusk, Twilight, and/or Evening, both being presented as the twin sons of El. (58) (According to Astour, however, Shahar was both male and female, at least as far as the Hebrews were concerned.) (59) As the twin sons of El, who was Saturn, Shahar and Shalim are thus comparable to the cosmic twins of other ancient nations who, as we have seen elsewhere ...
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185. Focus [SIS C&C Review $]
... , but that the latter was usually more in evidence than the former. Among other points raised during this session was the possible effect on the development of religion of early catastrophes, and a questioner suggested that they may have resulted in the change from the worship of female to male divinities and in the evolution of societies from matriarchy to patriarchy. Mr Moore also referred to the new translation of the Pyramid Texts which Dr William Mullen is reported to have undertaken in America. Because of the preconceptions on the part of previous translators, ... felt, there had been a tendency to shy away from catastrophic interpretations of ancient texts with an astral content. There were therefore potentially fresh insights to be gained from translations made with an open mind on this. Although the meeting had been forced to transfer to a smaller lecture room during Dr Bimson's paper, the enthusiasm of the participants remained undiminished to the close, and we hope to be able to repeat such an experiment on the same or a larger scale as and when the opportunity allows. JERUSALEM THE CENSORS CENSURED Between 24th ...
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186. Pot Pourri [SIS C&C Review $]
... be traced back to c.150,000BC, supporting the 'Out of Africa' thesis where homo sapiens completely replaced homo erectus, rather than 'multi-regional' evolution of homo sapiens from the local homo erectus population. The tracer used is mitochondrial DNA, which passes unchanged through the female line. The 500-base 'control region' in this DNA experiences a random mutation roughly every 10,000yrs. These 'clan mothers' were not exceptional and lived within wider communities; their significance is that each produced multiple daughters, some of whom produced daughters in every ... . Hennegin, Montgomery, Riddle of the Olmec Heads, quoted by Eccott, op. cit. 10. 'The Cocaine Mummies' 11. see Jairazbhoy, Rafique, Ancient Egyptians and Chinese in America, Karnak House, London, 1974. 12. Presumably all male, since no African mcDNA has been found in pre-Slave-Trade period Native Americans. Y-chromosome investigation may subsequently confirm or refute this. 13. Van Sertima, Ivan, Early America Revisited, Transaction Publications, New Brunswick, 1998. 14. See Elliot Smith, Sir ...
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187. Forum [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... ¦ NIMLOT == == == == == == == == Tentsepeh¦ DJEDPTAHEFANKH= Tentsepeh¦ HEMPTAH= Tjankemit¦ Petpetdidies= PASENHOR¦ Iretirou= HEMPTAH¦ PASENHOR (Yr37 Shoshenk V) Note: Uppercase= Male, Lowercase= Female Using this new arrangement for the genealogy we can now turn to the arguments that Lester has put forward concerning the identity of the kings recorded on the stela. It is clear that no prenomens are used for the kings concerned and therefore their identity must be sought ... K.OSORKON= Diedmutesankh¦¦ NIMLOT == == == == == == == == Tentsepeh¦ DJEDPTAHEFANKH= Tentsepeh¦ HEMPTAH= Tjankemit¦ Petpetdidies= PASENHOR¦ Iretirou= HEMPTAH¦ PASENHOR (Yr37 Shoshenk V) Note: Uppercase= Male, Lowercase= Female Using this new arrangement for the genealogy we can now turn to the arguments that Lester has put forward concerning the identity of the kings recorded on the stela. It is clear that no prenomens are used for the kings concerned and therefore their ...
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188. Vox Popvli [Aeon Journal $]
... that parthenogenesis is necessary for his scheme. Why does he claim that the first generation of Cro-Magnons would have had to reproduce through parthenogenesis? Is he telling us that all the Cro-Magnon children delivered by the Neanderthal mothers, very much like the offspring of parthenogenesis, were female? Did they not give birth to any boy infants with whom the Cro-Magnon girls could have mated? Further clarification from Zysman might yet make this aspect of his theory a little more palatable but, meanwhile, there is some very heavy evidence that speaks against it ... took place as early as 1886, involve various procedures but are usually subject to the injection of chemical or other physical agents. With the exception of some dubious experiments involving frogs, however, all offspring of such artificially induced par-thenogenesis in higher animals have been females. Male offspring do not seem to be able to be produced through this method. Even so, it may be argued that, under the environmental conditions that Zysman postulates, parthenogenesis could have developed under different genetic rules which would have been able to overcome these various difficulties ...
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189. Samson Revealed [Aeon Journal $]
... was renowned for his shorning, so too was Heracles rendered bald as a result of his sojourn in the dragon's belly. (31) As Samson was betrayed and ultimately destroyed by Delilah, so does Heracles announce in the Trachiniae that: "A woman, a female in no way like a man, she alone without even a sword has brought me down." (32) As Samson bursts the bonds of his Philistine captors, so too does Heracles burst his shackles while in the service of the Pharaoh. (33 ... longer masquerade as a boor from the tribe of Dan who raged in Ashkelon and destroyed himself in Gaza." (25) The planet Mars, then, according to de Santillana and von Dechend, is to be understood as brave, swift, impetuous, and male. With this portrait we would agree, as would many an astrologer no doubt. (26) Yet the all-important question is how are we to understand the origin of these particular characteristics or the countless others which together form the Martian archetype? At no time ...
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190. The Molecular Revolution [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... be able to answer that question with any degree of certainty, especially since normal variations, age differences, possible differences between sexes and possible geographical variations would all have to be taken into account [28. For example, male apes are often significantly bigger than their female counterparts so, given the very incomplete fossil record, this makes it very difficult to draw definite conclusions about trends of change in body size with time in a particular species. Nevertheless, there is now general agreement that hominid species appear and disappear rapidly. Looking ... the fossil record is far too poor to be able to answer that question with any degree of certainty, especially since normal variations, age differences, possible differences between sexes and possible geographical variations would all have to be taken into account [28. For example, male apes are often significantly bigger than their female counterparts so, given the very incomplete fossil record, this makes it very difficult to draw definite conclusions about trends of change in body size with time in a particular species. Nevertheless, there is now general agreement that ...
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