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... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] The Sacred Theory of the Earth Dr. Thomas Burnet Containing an account of the original of the Earth, and of all the GENERAL CHANGES which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo; till the CONSUMMATION of all things. IN FOUR BOOKS. Concerning the DELUGE, Concerning PARADISE The Burning of the WORLD. The New Heavens and New Earth. WITH A REVIEW of the THEORY, and of its Proofs; especially to reference to Scripture. As also The AUTHOR'S Defense of the WORK, from the Exceptions of Mr. Warren, and the examination of Mr. Kell, AND An ODE to ...
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2. Deluges [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: The Lately Tortured Earth, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER THIRTEEN Deluges We resort again to the skies for cataclysms. A dense canopy of primordial clouds, lately dropping, has long been a tempting theory. Jordan, who wrote a book generally upon earth expansion, assembled data and authorities in support of the idea that in the Devonian and Carboniferous age there was "a worldwide uniformity of climatic conditions from the furthest south to the furthest north."[1 ] A cloud cover of a thickness of perhaps ten kilometers was deemed possible, leading to the warmth and precipitation that grew rapidly the huge forests of the carboniferous period where, he pointed ...
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... From: Moons, Myths and Man by H. S. Bellamy CD Rom Home Last | Contents | Next 13 Deluge Warnings The period immediately before the Great Flood must have been eventful and ominous. The impending catastrophe cast its shadow before. With the complete disintegration of the satellite and the waning of its powers, the comparative stability of the distorted lithosphere had come to an end, and the earthquake shocks, increasing in number, duration, and strength, told everybody that something was going to happen. The state of the atmosphere, too, must have announced a great change, for endless cloudbursts or hailstorms descended from the dark, low, tempestuous clouds. The ...
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... VAIL HOLLOWAY. LYDIA C. VAIL. Pasadena, Cal., April, 1912. INTRODUCTION BY THE AUTHOR. The first edition of the " Waters Above the Firmament," or " The Earth's Annular System," was published in pamphlet form in 1874. The chief effort of the author at that time was to show that the Deluge of Noah, and all the " Ice Ages " were caused by the progressive and successive collapse of great world-canopies of aqueous vapor, which were the last remnants of a Saturn-like Ring System, or a Jupiter-like " Cloud-Ocean," sent to the terrestrial skies when the earth was in its molten stage. In that edition it was also ...
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5. The Ark Myth [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God XIV The Ark Myth The account of the deluge in the Book of Genesis is given exclusively in the words of P', probably chiefly because there was no sufficiently authoritative alternative version available for the redactor to draw upon. With regard to a special aspect of the Great Flood, however, namely the way in which a group of people saved themselves from the watery death, both the P' and J' material contained a version. The redactor laid both under contribution and selected a number of passages which seemed to him of interest and importance. These ...
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6. The Martian Deluge [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No. 2 (Dec 1976) Home | Issue Contents The Martian Deluge Johan B. Kloosterman Rio de Janeiro Remote Sensing When we scan an object not directly but through an intermediary image which informs us of some properties of that object, we speak of Remote Sensing. Not very correctly so, for three out of our five sense organs- the eye, ear and nose- function at a distance from the sensed object so that, in fact, we are continuously involved in remote sensing during our waking hours. Many aspects of the world around us may be appreciated better when viewed from a distance, while others, such as the ...
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... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Full PDF online at the Internet Archive Chaldean Account of Genesis George Smith Containing THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CREATION, THE FALL OF MAN, THE DELUGE, THE TOWER OF BABEL, THE TIMES OF THE PATRIARCHS, AND NIMROD; BABYLONIAN FABLES, AND LEGENDS OF THE GODS; FROM THE CUNEIFORM INSCRIPTIONS. OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL ARTIQUITIES, BRITISH MUSEUM, AUTHOR OF HISTORY OF ASSURBANIPAL, ASSYRIAN DISCOVERIES, ETC. ETC. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS SECRET DOCTRINE REFERENCE SERIES THE "NEW PHILOSOPHY"THE present age is as deficient in philosophy as was the age of Plato in knowledge of science. It follows therefore, that ...
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... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God XII The Great Flood- General Remarks The most fascinating of all myth complexes of all peoples is doubtlessly that dealing with the Great Flood. Also, of all cosmogonic myths the deluge reports are by far the most numerous. More than a thousand Flood myths are known. Many peoples possess more than one report, and there seems to be no tribe that does not remember a great water catastrophe in its distant past. Most peoples, in fact, consider the Deluge as the earliest major event in their history that they remember. At first sight it seems ...
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... nature considered Changes of climate 73 CHAPTERS VII. VIII. Causes of vicissitudes in climate, and their connection with changes in physical geography 92, 114 CHAPTEE IX. Theory of the progressive development of organic life at successive periods consideredModern origin of Man 130 . X CONTENTS. CHAPTER X. Supposed intensity of aqueous forces at remote periods Erratic blocks Deluges Page 153 CHAPTER XI. Supposed former intensity of the igneous forces Upheaval of land Volcanic action. 160 CHAPTER XII. Causes of the difference in texture of older and newer rocks Plutonic and Metamorphic action 175 CHAPTER XIII. Supposed alternate periods of repose and disorder Opposite doctrine, which refers geological phenomena to an uninterrupted series of changes in the ...
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... , neither have I seen it given in any mappe-monde, laid down from authentic sources. Some placed it in Ethiopia at the sources of the Nile, but others, traversing all these countries, found neither the temperature nor the altitude of the sun correspond with their ideas respecting it; nor did it appear that the over-whelming waters of the deluge had been there. Some pagans pretended to adduce arguments to establish that it was in the Fortunate Islands, now called the Canaries. St. Isidore, Bede, and Strabo 1 and the Master of scholastic history,2 with St. Ambrose and Scotus, and all the learned theologians agree that the earthly Paradise is in the East ...
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