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81. The Cyclic Nature of Ancient Catastrophes [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... : The flood was produced by a union of the male waters, which are above the firmament, and the female waters issuing from the earth. The upper waters rushed through the space left when God removed two stars from the ... agrees with the direction of the planetary motions around the solar system. Under catastrophic conditions onewould expect that, as normal gravitational interaction upon the Earth by the Moon, Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn is radically altered by a near ... , one should examine cautiously a relevant quotation from Talmudic material: The flood was produced by a union of the male waters, which are above the firmament, and the female waters issuing from the earth. The upper waters rushed ...
82. The Creation of the Earth -- the First Account [Books]
... ] God said, Let [there be] man .. . (27) .. . male and female .. . [and it was so]. (28) And God blessed them, and .. ... . Eventually the terrestrial globe which had been distorted into a very oblate shape by the satellite's gravitation had regained its normal practically spherical form. The lithosphere thus having became stable the distribution of land and sea suffered no further violent changes ... at last] God said, Let [there be] man .. . (27) .. . male and female .. . [and it was so]. (28) And God blessed them, and ...
83. Crazy Heroes of Dark Times [Books] [de Grazia books]
... a golden vessel, but the principal deities, if male, receive in addition a man, or, if female, a woman. It has been suggested that these human beings were being dedicated to the service of the deities ... they were and how the docile mind of later generations would be affected when this madness was presented to it as normality and for inspiration. We shall proceed now to enumerate and describe briefly a number of psychological and social indications that ... long list of deities. The offerings are in each case a golden vessel, but the principal deities, if male, receive in addition a man, or, if female, a woman. It has been suggested that these ...
... thou shalt have entreated the illustrious nations of the dead with prayers, then sacrifice a male sheep and a black female, turning to ward Erebos; and do thou thyself be turned away at a dis tance, going toward the ... the bowels of the earth, reached in Korah s case by an extemporized entrance, where was the ordinary and normal entrance for Koran s countrymen in general? Barbarians have been known to point out cave-mouths supposed by them to lead ... thy sheep. But when thou shalt have entreated the illustrious nations of the dead with prayers, then sacrifice a male sheep and a black female, turning to ward Erebos; and do thou thyself be turned away at a dis ...
85. Chapter 13 Scythian Princes in the Royal Tombs of Ur [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . Besides the royal personages, interred within their chambers, the richly dressed remains of soldiers, courtiers, and female attendants, as also draft animals with the wheeled vehicles they once drew, were discovered at the foot of the ... shaven . . . it is still not clear whether the shaving of the head, albeit partially, was a normal part of the burial custom."87 This evidence certainly undercuts Cardona's claim on this point. But worse still ... thought that the short ears, erect mane and diagnostic tail and body indicated a hinny [a cross between a male horse and female ass], Hancar felt it depicted a hemione [half ass], as did Lundholm, ...
86. The Art Of Warfare. Part I Ch.3 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... followed by carts "wherein rode their concubines".[1 ] The bodies of the carts occupied by the females are cubical in form. These carts were drawn by oxen. A royal chariot can be seen on coins minted ... in their proper time is offered by their offensive and defensive armour-the swords and the shields. We see swords of normal size, but then we see the Peoples of the Sea changing their short swords to very long ones. The ... they begin to shave their faces. The Mycenaean vases are often adorned with human figures in painted clay; the male figures are regularly bearded. The Homeric heroes, with the exception of Achilles, were depicted with beards by Greek ...
87. Sargonids and Achaemenids [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... cuts of red stone … all kinds of valuable treasures, his (own) daughters, concubines, male and female musicians. In order to deliver the tribute and to do obeisance as a slave he sent his (personal) ... could not have been a Babylonian; he was surely an Achaemenid ruler of Babylon, probably the great conquering king normally known as Artaxerxes III. The above proposition is put virtually beyond question by Jewish genealogies, a primary example of ... , large cuts of red stone … all kinds of valuable treasures, his (own) daughters, concubines, male and female musicians. In order to deliver the tribute and to do obeisance as a slave he sent his ( ...
88. Psychoceramics [Journals] [Aeon]
... 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 ... the ability to be aware of its environment and be able to interact in an approximation of what we think is normal human sentient intelligence. However, order and disorder are thermodynamic contrivances of our own making. These are stop-gap concepts ... 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 ...
89. The Legends of the Jews: Volume I - Jacob [Books]
... even unto the handmaids." Therefore she prayed to God to change the male embryo in her womb into a female, and God hearkened unto her prayer. Now all the wives of Jacob, Leah, Rachel ... , not formed by nature to bear children. She called her first-born son Reuben, which means "See the normal man," for he was neither big nor little, neither dark nor fair, but exactly normal.[ ... my sister Rachel would not be equal even unto the handmaids." Therefore she prayed to God to change the male embryo in her womb into a female, and God hearkened unto her prayer. Now all the ...
90. Genesis and The Origin of Species. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... mutated plants and the only conclusion can be that they've been growing there since 1908. [Jill Abery remembered a female Russian botanist talking about this research.] 2. Velikovsky remarked that in the Britannica book for the year 1944 ... they rapidly mutated into antibiotic resistant strains. The fossil record shows this principle in action: little or no change normally, but explosive evolution following life-threatening stress. [We don't think of antibiotics as causing life-threatening stress - they've given ... freedom from diseases but for the poor old bacteria they're an absolute tragedy.] Whether those mutations are direct chemical or physical results of the stressing agent (antibiotic, comet strike, or whatever) is unclear. Genes of each ...
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