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281. Psychogene Gehstörungen als Konversions-Merkmal bei Analerotikern [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... , gleichzeitig ein Fuss- oder Beinfetischist. 4. Der Homosexuelle ist nicht immer Päderast; jedoch beide haben eine libidinöse Fixation an die Beine, die bis zu einem Fetischismus steigen kann. Dass die bewusst Homosexuellen oft nur in Berührung der Beine des Objektes ihre höchste Befriedigung finden, ist eine bemerkenswerte Tatsache. 5. Es ist verständlich, dass grade die den beiden Geschlechtern gleichen Körperteile bei der Entstehung auch des unbewussten homosexuellen Triebes eine besondere Rolle spiele. Es bleibt aber die Frage zu beantworten, warum grade die Beine (wohlgeformte Waden, schmale Knöchel)- und nicht z. B. die Arme- die homosexuelle Neigung in höchstem Grade fixieren.... und Freud meinen, dass ursprünglich der Schweissgeruch der Füsse diesem Körperteil die libidinöse Bedeutung verliehen hat. Der Autor dieser Arbeit ist der Meinung, dass die sexuelle Bewertung der Beine wahrscheinlich in einer früheren Periode der Entwicklung der Arten zu suchen und zu finden ist. Es war eine Zeit, wo die hinteren Extremitäten, nicht in Leder gehüllt, vermutlich nicht mehr als die vonderen Extremitäten Schweiss absonderten, und demnach nicht ...
282. Don't Rock The Ark [Kronos $]
... Weinshank Natural Science Department, Michigan State University, East Lansing Personal letter to Albert F. Plant, publisher of C&EN: Dear Al: First there was the interesting, but relatively innocuous, Newscripts item by Ken Reese about the baleen whale, which was followed by Helmick's letter with a reply by Olney, and now we're getting into it in more depth and detail with Weinshank's polemic. I'm not sure where it will all end, as fascinating as it is, but it's the sort of thing that would make a male chauvinist Italian throw up his hands, mutter something about cose di donne (women's stuff), and go down to have a biere with his buddies. Anyway, Weinshank seems to have a bone to pick with the Creationists, with which I have no desire to become involved since it involves people's basic beliefs. However, he seems not to have heard of secular catastrophism (as distinguished from the synodical experience), which has amassed some persuasive arguments and compiled compelling evidence that Earth was not always secure and serene throughout its ...
283. TITLEPAGE & FOREWORD [Quantavolution Website]
... quantavolution.org TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLEPAGE& FOREWORD THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS CELESTIAL SEX, EARTHLY DESTRUCTION, AND DRAMATIC SUBLIMATION IN HOMER'S ODYSSEY: by ALFRED DE GRAZIA Metron Publications Princeton, New Jersey Notes on the printed version of this book: This book was processed by the Princeton University Computing Centre, using the processing language called Script. Photocomposition, cover make-up, lay-out and printing were accomplished by the Princeton University Printing Services. The typeface employed throughout is Caledonia. The photograph on the front and back covers displays a marble male figure, glancing to the skies and playing the harp; it is of pre-Homeric Aegean origins and now possessed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York. ISBN: 0-940-268-09-4 Copyright 1984 by Alfred de Grazia All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America Limited first edition. Address: Metron Publications, P. O. Box 1213, Princeton, N. J. 08542, U. S. A. To Immanuel Velikovsky (1895-1979) "Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another." Proverbs ...
284. THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS: INTRODUCTION [Quantavolution Website]
... I place later than is usual) shows both the effects of the disasters and the ways in which the Greeks recovered from them. The song of the love affair of Aphrodite and Ares is to be stripped of its facade. It is to be considered as a song about planetary gods doing violence to the world. I assign this Aphrodite of Homer to the Moon, with reservations that I believe are fully explained herein, rather than to the planet Venus. Ares stands for planet Mars without doubt. Hephaestus or Vulcan, though male, surprisingly stands for the planet Venus in this episode. Sea-god Poseidon represents the worried Earth, and persuades Hephaestus to release Aphrodite and Ares from the invisible net by which he has trapped them. Poseidon stands bond for Ares. All this suggests the unspeakable horror of natural disasters brought by these planetary gods upon Earth and humanity. That Aphrodite was always a great goddess of the Moon is maintained, again with reservations, for she may also have had her name assigned to other sky-bodies, especially planet Venus which the Greeks and ...
285. RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : CHAPTER : [Quantavolution Website]
... Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: email@example.com TABLE OF CONTENTS CELESTIAL SEX, EARTHLY DESTRUCTION, AND DRAMATIC SUBLIMATION IN HOMER'S ODYSSEY: THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS by ALFRED DE GRAZIA Metron Publications Princeton, New Jersey Notes on the printed version of this book: This book was processed by the Princeton University Computing Centre, using the processing language called Script. Photocomposition, cover make-up, lay-out and printing were accomplished by the Princeton University Printing Services. The photograph on the front and back covers displays a marble male figure, glancing to the skies and playing the harp; it is of pre-Homeric Aegean origins and now possessed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York. ISBN: 0-940-268-09-4 Copyright 1984 by Alfred de Grazia All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America Limited first edition. Address: Metron Publications, P.O. Box 1213, Princeton, N.J. 08542, U.S.A. To Immanuel Velikovsky (1895-1979) "Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another." Proverbs, IV, 27.17 TABLE OF CONTENTS Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: contact@ ...
286. BYWAYS OF ELECTRICITY [Quantavolution Website]
... Is there any way of harmonising these two accounts of the cause of the destruction of Sennacherib's army? The weasel-skin cap and wolf's pelt worn by Dolon may be a clue. The object in the sky may have looked like a weasel, wolf or mouse, the size being inevitably a subjective matter in the description. Cicero, De Divinatione I: XLIV, says that in the Marsic War, shields, with the leather gnawed away (derosos), fell from the sky, a most sinister portent. Apollo Smintheus has a female equivalent in Mouse Artemis, mentioned by Pausanias. DISTURBANCE IN THE SKY Lucius Annaeus Seneca, 4 B. C. to A. D. 65, wrote not only philosophical dialogues, but also a number of plays, modelled on Greek tragedy. It is in his Phaedra that we meet the well known passages about the moon, whose birth the Arkadians claimed to have witnessed. In Act IV of his Thyestes, the chorus after the Messenger's speech express their fear that Chaos will come again, and that Nature will for ...
287. RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : CHAPTER : [Quantavolution Website]
... Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org TABLE OF CONTENTS RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA Papers presented at the University of Lethbridge May 9 and 10, 1974 Edited by: E.R. MILTON Notes on the printed version of the book Cover- Painting was made prior to the publication of Worlds in Collision, the work of a 30 year old Canadian male who utilized painting and drawing as an aspect of his therapy for neurosis. The artist shows the earth, identified by the lines of latitude and longitude in a rather unusual view. Seen from outer space, it appears to be flooded since the normal land masses are missing or submerged and the patient stands on an island reaching upwards, perhaps in distress. Above the earth is what appears to be a mass of land with mountains, river, perhaps a continent hovering in the air, To the left is an oddly shaped spherical mass, the moon, or perhaps a meteorite. The patient described that large continental mass above as a sheet of ice. Courtesy of Professor John McGregor — The ...
288. Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol IV No 2. July 1982 [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol 0201 Texts Home¦ C&AH Home Catastrophism and Ancient History A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study Volume IV, Part 2 July 1982 CONTENTS Bronson Feldman, 1914-1982: A Biographical Note Warren Hope 67 Hittites and Phrygians Phillip Clapham 71 The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power Martin Sieff 125 Maturation of Newborn Female Rats Under Elevated Levels of Carbon Dioxide Donald W. Patten 135 Departments Editorial Marvin Arnold Luckerman 66 Interaction Mycenaean Culture: The Shift in Recent Historiography from its Destruction by Invasion to Destruction by Natural Agents, Gunnar Heinsohn and Christoph Marx 151 Letters to the Editor Bookcase Copyright© 1982. Catastrophism and Ancient History. Catastrophism and Ancient History is published twice yearly. Address all correspondence to Marvin Arnold Luckerman, Executive Editor, 3431 Club Drive Los Angeles, California 90064 ISSN 0-733-8058 ...
289. Binomial Coefficients, Permutations and Combinations in Elam and Babylon [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... C behold a ram was standing before the river and D on it (were) two horns and E the two horns (were) high but F one (was) higher than the other and G the higher one came up last [4.I saw H the ram butting westward and I northward and J southward so that all beasts might not stand before him and K none could deliver from his hand and L he did by his will and M became great [5.and I was considering and N behold a male goat came from the west over the face of all the earth and O did not touch the ground and P the goat had a conspicuous horn between his eyes [6.and Q he came to the ram with the two horns which I had seen standing before the river (C) and R he ran to it in the fury of his power 17.and I saw him S conic close beside the ram and T he became furious against him and U struck the ram and V shattered two of its horns and ...
290. Arsu the Syrian [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... facts, one hypothesis, however disturbing, seems likely. Ramesses II was a very old man when he died, as was his successor Merneptah, and it is possible that a number of grandchildren of Ramesses laid claim to the throne, including one son of Merneptah, possibly Sethos II. Solomon was the consummate diplomat and opportunist of his time, having married into the majority of the Royal Houses of the Near East. He had wedded a daughter of Merneptah and he knew that the Egyptians placed great store in legitimacy through the female line. Many kings married their sisters or mothers for just this reason. Solomon dispatched his Egyptian wife (we will call her Twosret) with a large retinue and an advisor, The Great Chancellor Bay, to Egypt to see if any advantage could be gained on the death of his father-in-law Merneptah. In fact, chaos was rampant, with the various factions all claiming the throne. Sethos II had a legitimate claim as Merneptah's son, but so did Amenmesses, whose "mother Takhaet may have been a child or grandchild ...
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