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51. Couvade Chemistry [Science Frontiers Website]
... husband of a pregnant woman exhibits some of the symptoms of pregnancy, such as morning sickness. This sympathetic reaction is called the "couvade." This phenomenon can be partially explained biochemically, but psychosomatic factors are obviously involved. Researchers find that a father-to-be's estrogen (female hormone) levels rise markedly-- even exceeding that of his wife-- as the time-of-delivery approaches. Interestingly, the father's testosterone levels are also elevated prior to birth but fall immediately afterward. As the wife's day-of-delivery approaches, the levels of prolactin, which ... a key role in breast-feeding, increase in both husband and wife. (Rubin, Rita; "Dads Get 'Nurturing' Hormones after Birth," Chicago Sun-Times, June 20, 2000. Cr. J. Cieciel) Comment. Male lactation, which is rare in humans, is probably associated with this increased production of prolactin. Male lactation is also known in other mammals, such as fruit bats. (See SF#93) The mind is driving all of these chemical changes in the father-to-be. The question is HOW ...
52. Plasma and World Mythology [Thunderbolts Website]
... mother goddess. The cosmic mountain was not just a mountain; it was a river or pillar of fire. The great warrior ’ s sword was not just a sword; it was a cosmic thunderbolt. The repeated associations suggest a substructure of astonishing unity. The female dragon was the mother goddess in her terrible aspect. The male dragon was the warrior-hero in his terrible aspect. The warrior ’ s arrows launched skyward became a ladder to heaven. The ladder was a pyramid or tower of seven or nine levels. The fact ... you contact us Pictured above left: Greek and Roman artists depicted the god Ammon with a pillar-like trunk in the form of a serpent. Right: Serpent columns of the Toltec Temple of the Warriors, Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, accord with the world tradition: the male dragon manifest as the pillar of heaven home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal May 09, 2005 Electric Universe: Part IV Plasma and World Mythology The memorials ...
53. Letter [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... in order to find, in the end, the "princess' in her glass palace or the fountain top, or hidden behind a thorn-hedge, where she must patiently await his coming, without any possibility of helping him along. In the same way our "female half" within us can do NOTHING to bring our male-half, our "rational brain", come to understanding on equal grounds with our"soul-half". Our rational brain will have to battle with his own chimčres UNTIL he has slain these monsters himself, ... the world", our social position,- whilst the "Imperator", Cancer, belongs to House IV, where he is reigning over the family, our "tent", representing the power of our conscience and our descent, at the top of the male triangle. This is also very old knowledge out of the depth of time. NEL KLUITMAN Campestro (Ti) \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\no6\08lettr.htm ...
54. Aster and Disaster: The Golden Age - II [Kronos $]
... advocates of free love". THE MATRIARCHAL TRADITION The word matriarch, a Latin-Greek hybrid, was coined (on the analogy of the Classic Greek word patriarkhes, "head of a patrilineal kin-group") in 17th century England.(73) It meant "the female head of a matrilineal kin-group". The 19th century word matriarchy, derived from it, meant "maternal control of a family" or, more broadly, "female rule of a community". In this sense, it is effectively synonymous with the Greek-derived ... and persistence of the matriarchal tradition? My guess is that the narratives asserting primal gynecocracy are actually a conflation of two quite divergent pictures of the relation between the sexes. The first, and predictably the clearer, of these two pictures is of the patriarchy, or male supremacism, which characterizes the institutional structure of all the human societies known to historians and ethnographers. The second, and inevitably the blurrier, of the two pictures is one of matricentricity, or female-centeredness. The term matricentricity (or matrifocality) is sometimes used by ...
55. Thoth Vol. IV, No 10 July 31, 2000 [Thoth Website]
... unified form of Atum gives rise to THREE --Re, Shu and Tefnut --Saturn, Mars and Venus in the Saturn reconstruction. The Hindu system also presents the story of a primeval sacrifice of Unity (first form of Brahma-Prajapati) in connection with the birth of male and female principles. Originally, the male and female powers stood in conjunction. In other words, the variants all answer directly to the Great Conjunction of Saturn's epoch, when Saturn's giant sphere, extremely close to the earth, stood behind the juxtaposed, much smaller spheres ... THOTH A Catastrophics Newsletter VOL IV, No 10 July 31, 2000 EDITOR: Amy Acheson PUBLISHER: Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER: Brian Stewart CONTENTS SCIENTIFIC CORRECTNESS............... by Mel Acheson MALE GODS........ .by Dave Talbott and Rens van der Sluijs PARADIGM PORTRAITS VI: NASA BUILDS PLASMA LABS... by Amy Acheson FAILED STAR OR FAILED SCIENCE?.......... by Wal Thornhill > ...
56. The Ankh [Kronos $]
... argued,(2) but, once again, Saturn.(3) As I have already pointed out, a good example of the androgynous Saturn can be seen in Indic images which depict Shiva, under the name Ardhanarisvara, as being half male and half female.(4) H. Baumann, in describing one of these images, drew attention to the sign depicted on the deity's genitals "which we can recognise as the ancient Egyptian-Coptic ankh hieroglyph, but in a horizontal position: [* !* image" ... Rix had earlier argued,(2) but, once again, Saturn.(3) As I have already pointed out, a good example of the androgynous Saturn can be seen in Indic images which depict Shiva, under the name Ardhanarisvara, as being half male and half female.(4) H. Baumann, in describing one of these images, drew attention to the sign depicted on the deity's genitals "which we can recognise as the ancient Egyptian-Coptic ankh hieroglyph, but in a horizontal position: [* ! ...
57. Saturn's Cosmos [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... " (Babylonian markasu) becomes meaningful only as the visible Saturnian band, or circle of the gods. (30) THE GREAT MOTHER The sign of the enclosed sun also portrays Saturn, the generative Seed, within the womb of the mother goddess. As the female personification of the Cosmos, the great mother is inseparable from Saturn's "body." The mysteries of the mother goddess give rise to an endless debate. What is the fact in nature which will explain the cosmic union of Isis and Osiris, Tammuz and Ishtar ... of the Sumerian goddess Gula, while Ishtar's name means "womb." (4) Hindu sources describe the great mother as the yoni or "womb" and the great father as "he enveloped in his Mother's Womb." (5) Agni is the male god "shining in the Mother's eternal womb." (6) Similarly, the Norse Odin is "the dweller in Frigg's bosom." (7) In Orphic doctrine the receptacle housing the great father is the goddess Vesta. The Gnostics remembered the old ...
58. Were All Dinosaurs Reptiles? [Kronos $]
... the water, the animals must have felt the great weight of their bodies and the arresting effect of the mud. If these animals were mammals, as I suppose, the period of gravidity, because of the additional weight, must have been most disastrous for the female. Only the monstrous sea-mammals of that age escaped total destruction, and their descendents live until today: these are the whales. They reach over one-hundred feet in length, and in weight they surpass the largest brontosaurs. It is remarkable that travellers of the second ... Equally interesting is the description of the gigantic female Reem when heavy with young. "Leviathan, Ziz, and Behemot are not the only monsters; there are many others, and marvellous ones, like reem, a giant animal, of which only one couple, male and female, is in existence.... The act of copulation occurs but once in seventy years between them... The act of copulation results in the death of the male. He is bitten by the female and dies of the bite. ...
59. CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 6: THE URANIANS [Quantavolution Website]
... Bison with a spear on or in it hovers about a prostrate semi-human, both with erect phallus; a bird on stick; possibly a broken lance. A Rhinoceros to the left has six dots behind it. Figure 15c. Engraved Reindeer Bone of Bull and Pregnant Female, Langerie Basse, Southwest France. The hind quarters and phallus of a bull hover over a naked pregnant women facing up. Rendering is by Piette, pictured in Marshack. Dated conventionally to Middle Magdelenian (14000 B. P.?). Marshack asks ... Few other animals were to be found with them. Only a few shapes were drawn- the phallus, vulva, naked females, and the human hand- but these in large numbers. The female signs were concentrated in the central composition or in lateral cavities. Male animals and male symbols appeared at the entrance and back of the caves. Both sexes appeared in the central display. The human hand is profusely displayed at entrances and in the central composition. Perhaps the cave art can be explained. The cave stands for the ...
60. The Crescent II [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... enclose the god-king within the womb. That the goddess (womb) is the arms, and that these arms are those of the Ka, is confirmed by a design in the funerary temple of King Seti I (fig. 110). The design shows a female figure embracing the king. On the head of the goddess stands the two arms of the Ka within which is written the goddess' name. (35) In depicting the Ka, Egyptian artists were obviously constrained by the awkwardness which would result from the human-like ... above and below (as well as the right and left). Just this connection of the arms with the twins is indicated in the Papyrus of Pa-di-Amon (fig. 113). The illustration shows the Aten in the centre flanked by the two goddesses. Two male figures are also present, one above and one below, each reaching around the Aten with outstretched arms, so that together the upright and inverted arms compose a complete enclosure-- the circle of the cosmic twins. (50) The same relationship of the ...
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