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111. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and 27.1 .96, p. 11, Daily Mail 13.3 .96, The Times Magazine 17.6 .95 New radiometric datings, the accuracy of which is never doubted by their expert' perpetrators, nearly always seem to make things older than before. In Australia, two new dating methods have placed ancient Aboriginal painting sites at 60,000 years old, 20,000 years before man is usually supposed to have entered Australia. Similar dating techniques have dated tools in Zaire as 90,000 years old, although the actual implements look much more modern. A new French cave discovery of a partially burned bear bone associated with an artificial structure ...
112. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... from Brazil dated as even older than Kennewick man, at 11,500 years, and shows characteristics not of the mongoloids but of the South Sea Islanders. Also a problematical carving of a Caucasian-type head has been found high up a cliff in north western Australia. It seems to have been there a long time and is totally unlike modern Aboriginals. Dog domesticates man Channel 4 The domestication of dogs 15.9 .98 A consideration of the history of man's association with dogs led to the conclusion that perhaps the dog domesticated man instead of the other way round. Thought to have been domesticated around 14,000 years ago the modern dog's DNA indicates that it started to deviate ...
113. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... arose: How had negroid people come into South America - and at this early date? '. It is generally accepted that the human race originated in East Africa and that successive waves diverged therefrom, one of which spread across Southern Asia as far as Melanesia and Australia becoming, about 60,000 years ago, the ancestors of the Aborigines. The theory was developed that Lucia' belonged to this group which, historically, inhabited the Indian Ocean periphery and then it was speculated that, somehow, they had crossed the Pacific Ocean and inhabited South America. At this point I diverge from their conclusions. The diaspora of the human race from East Africa must have been omnidirectional ...
114. Megalithic Circles and Star Charts [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and repeatedly transformed. Bradley has examined the phases in the construction of Stonehenge. He makes the comment that the changes to the circle at 2200 BC may have had their counterpart in changes in cosmology' . This factor might also apply to boro circles found all over Australia. These circles are sacred ceremonial grounds of the Australian aborigines, and are said to represent the sky-world . There is an alternate conjecture that deserves consideration. An excellent example is the destruction of the House of Tiles at Lerna in the Peloponnesus (southern Greece). The destruction occurred at 2300 BC coincident with the destruction and abandonment of many sites throughout Greece. In excavating the ...
115. The Age Of Man In America [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... More recently, a comparative study of grammatical structures in different language families suggested that humans reached the New World not long after the Cro-Magnons appeared in Western Europe." [Much earlier than 12,000 years ago.]51 The linguistic evidence puts native Americans back at least 35,000 years according to Ruth Gruhn: "Study of aboriginal language distribution supports Knut Fladmark's hypothesis that the initial route of entry of people into the New World was along the Pacific coast rather than through the interior ice-free corridor. The greatest diversification of aboriginal languages, as indicated by a number of language isolates and major subdivisions of language phyla, is observed on the Pacific Northwest coast, in California ...
116. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... portray the fellow variously as an upright ape or unshaven modern man, one thing was certain. He was big and strong. Oldest warfare?New Scientist 10.12.94, p. 7 War used to be thought of as a development of advanced urban cultures and no older than 5000 years ago. Now a survey of Australian Aboriginal rock paintings has shown that they were depicting battles with spears at least 10,000 years ago. Why should hunter gatherers have needed to fight? Interestingly, a warrior' depicted in an accompanying illustration appears to be wearing a horned helmet. Are these depictions of wars on Earth or in the heavens? DATING Earthquakes affect tree rings ...
117. Star Names: Their Lore and Meaning [Books]
... been other fanciful changes of this same character. Indeed, the Tree of Life in the Apocalypse has been thought a type of the zodiac, as bearing twelve manner of fruits, yielding its fruit every month. Probably every nation on earth has had a solar zodiac in some form, generally one of animals. Even in Rhodesia, the aboriginal Mashona 7 Land of South Africa, there has recently been found a stone tablet thirty-eight inches in diameter, with the circle of the zodiacal signs on the edge; and early Mandaean tradition makes its figures children of their creative spirits Ur and Ruha. The introduction of the twelve figures into the walls or pavements of early churches, cathedrals ...
118. Night of the Gods: The Axis and the Universe-Tree [Books]
... is that the Dharma, or Law, of Buddhism is the revolution of the Universe, these Trees of the Law must be symbols of the Axis. I would especially press upon the reader's attention that here we have a Buddhist Tree of the Law as well as a Wheel of the Law, compare also the Egyptian flagstaffs. Among the Aboriginal (? ) tribes of S.W . China, the Kau-erh Lung-kia " after the springtime stick a small tree in a field, which they call the demon(?) -stick. There is a gathering round this stick and a dance," and men make their engagements with women. The Yao-Miao tribe bind their dead ...
119. Sagan's fourth problem: Terrestrial Geology And Lunar Craters (Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky) [Books]
... Age in others. Even now there are numerous tribes in Africa, Australia, and Tierra del Fuego, the southern tip of the American, still living in the Stone Age, and many other regions of the modern world would have remained in the Stone Age had it not been for the importation of iron from more advanced regions. The aborigines of Tasmania never got so far as to produce a polished neolithic -stone- implement, and in fact, barely entered the crudest stone age. This large island south of Australia was discovered in 1642 by Abel Tasman; the last Tasmanian died in exile in 1876, and the race became extinct. "The more recent uplifts in the ...
120. ALL Honorable Men [Books]
... added) Patrick Moore tells us that the support for this remarkable theory is not based, as Morrison and Chapman state, "on new evidence from geology or astronomy," but from "records left by old civilizations- the Romans, Greek, Mayas, Incas, Chinese, Babylonian's and so on, even the New Zealand Maoris and the aborigines of Australia." (235) Doesn't this all sound suspiciously like Velikovsky's theory based on these very myths? In fact, their catastrophic theory is very similar to Velikovsky's theory. Let us get the flavor of this theory from Clube himself who states, "Thus, before 3000 B.C ., our ancestors would have regularly ...
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