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171. S.I.S. Workshop Volume 6 Number 1 May 1985: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Thin Rings * Collective Amnesia, 1950's Style * Sheldrake Supported * Dry Bones that should have been Wet * Weeping Goddess * Evidence for Asteroid Impact?* Catastrophic Geology Today * Flight - A Double Miracle? * Lunar Moons and Magnetism * Strange Life * 2300 BC Axis Tilt? * Environmentally Induced Variation * Forrest's Sauces * Silver Trade in Amarna Period * End of Ugarit * Tunguska Event * Origins of Oil * How Much Did they Know? * No Variation in G * Triton - A Very Odd Moon * Decay of Earth's Magnetic Field? * Pyramid Theories * Planet/Comet Encounter * Terminal Eocene Event? * Nonscience * Venusian Volcanoes 23 LETTERS from D.A . ...
172. SIS Internet Digest 2002 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Was No Moon .. 4 Leys/"Ley Lines" .. 4 Physics Has Its Principles .. 4 Theory not such a stretch .. 4 Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries .. 5 Egypt - Land of Eternity! .. 6 Genesis Research & Education Foundation .. 6 Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative .. 6 The Amarna Tablets .. 7 Celestial fireworks .. 7 Perilous Planet Earth .. 11 The Celestial Clock .. 11 The Origin Map .. 11 Bye Bye Big Bang: Hello Reality .. 11 Hannes Alfvén (1908-1995) .. 12 Update on Nabta Stone Circle .. 14 The Art of Insight .. 14 Association for Skeptical ...
173. C&C Workshop 1993, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Meeting Jill Abery 4 Ancient History Study Group, September 1993 Davids Roth and Salkeld 6 Articles The Great 250,000 Year Ice Core by Alasdair N. Beal 7 Did the Achaemenids Ape the Assyrians? by Gunnar Heinsohn 8 Assyrian and Babylonian Chronology by A Chavasse 13 Forum Egyptian Dynasties 20-21 Rees and Porter 14 The New Chronology' and the Amarna Period : Where's David? ' Goldberg and Newgrosh 16 Monitor 24 Bookshelf By Jill Abery 29 Reviews The Conservative Approach to Planetary Catastrophism (Patten Windsor) reviewed by Michael Reade 30 Our Tilted Earth (Williams) - reviewed by Eric W. Crew 31 Thomas Young: Forgotten Genius (Kline) - reviewed by A. N. Beal ...
174. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... is surely an error. In fact, archaeology provides overwhelming support for Velikovsky's view that the Libyan' Dynasty (which was not Libyan at all, as we shall see) could only have come immediately after the time of Akhnaton. Not least is the artistic evidence, which shows the first of the Libyan' pharaohs portrayed in an unmistakeably Amarna style. The Ramesside' era, on the contrary, had readopted the traditional canons completely. The Libyan Dynasty was actually Assyrian - a fact illustrated by such names as Osorkon (Ashur-kan), Nemeret (Nimrud), Takelot (Tukulti/Tiglath), and Sosenk (Susa) - and accepted by many authorities, including Sir ...
175. Kronos Vol. IX, No. 3 Summer 1984: Contents [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. IX, No. 3 Summer 1984 Texts Home | Kronos Home KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. IX, No. 3 Summer 1984 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Esarhaddon in Egypt Immanuel Velikovsky 6 The Oedipus Legend and the Amarna Period Walter Federn 12 Apollo of the Wolf, the Mouse and the Serpent Michael G. Theodorakis 20 The Rites of Moloch Dwardu Cardona 40 Velikovsky and the Cosmic Serpent D. C. Stove, S. V. M. Clube, and W. M. Napier 52 Newton's World View Livio C. Stecchini 60 The Nature and Origin of Comets and the Evolution of Celestial Bodies (Part II) J. M ...
176. Akhnaten, Aten, and Venus Reconsidered [Journals] [Pensee]
... old solar theology with a new cosmological phenomenon of considerable impact?(1 ) If one is willing to accept Velikovsky's thesis of the recentness of Venus' joining the family of planets(2 ), the interesting possibility for a new hypothesis about the true meaning of Aten presents itself. Akhnaten with wife and daughter worshipping Aten. (el Amarna) According to Velikovsky (Oedipus and Akhnaton) the Pharaoh Akhnaten was opposed by the priesthood mainly because of his incestuous relations with his mother, Queen Tiy. To curb the encroachment upon his throne by the priests of Amen in Thebes, he moved to Akhetaten, the new capital, and proclaimed the worship of Aten to be the ...
177. Out of the Desert? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and for the Conquest of c.1400 BC. Stiebing's assumption, in line with the conventional chronology, that this dating places both events in the Egyptian 18th Dynasty and the Late Bronze Age, leads him to reject this dating. Canaan was controlled by strong pharaohs, while John Garstang's evidence for linking the Israelites to the Habiru of the Amarna Letters had been refuted by Kathleen Kenyon in relation to the evidence for an LB II destruction of Jericho. The picture of Palestine derived from Joshua and Judges was incompatible with that in relevant 18th and 19th Dynasty texts. As regards the Exodus, Stiebing identifies the cities of Pithom and Raamses, built by Israelite slave labour, with Tell ...
178. Ebla and Velikovsky [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... is no other mention of this triad of cities.8 Jerusalem As in so many cases of controversy over whether a person or place is mentioned in the Ebla tablets, one of these concerns Jerusalem. Velikovsky had pointed out in Ages in Chaos that the Bible indicates that before David's capture Jerusalem was called Jebus or Salem. When the El Amarna tablets refer to the city of Jerusalem, consequently, it was supportive of placing the Ebla record after David's time. It was already known, however, that the Execration tablets of a much earlier period (The Middle Kingdom) called the city Jerusalem.9 Now it appears that Ebla documents even earlier than the Execration tablets may have ...
179. Thutmose III: A Different Perspective [Journals] [Aeon]
... flight from the murderous Jehu. Its later characteristics as a fortress, and its suitability as a battle ground, dictated its choice as preferred venue by Josiah to stop Necho II's assistance to Assyria. Earlier, the Assyrians had appreciated the suitability of Megiddo and made it the capital of one of their provinces. In the time of the el Amarna correspondence, Megiddo was defended through a siege of some duration. In terms of choice then, the northern allies had Hazor, Megiddo, Jerusalem, or Gezer as fortified cities after Solomon's reign. The topography of Jerusalem makes it an excellent defensive position but not one for an open battle. Gezer appears to be too far south for ...
180. C&C Review 1993 Issue (Volume XV): Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Nergal, and that their common origin derives from the celestially active planet Mars. Peter van der Veen: The habiru as the ibrim of I Samuel and the implications for the new chronology' 31 In this article, Peter van der Veen explains the major features of his thesis, equating the ibrim of I Samuel with the habiru of the Amarna Letters. He presents new evidence for the assimilation of the latter at the end of the Late Bronze Age and argues for new Hittite-Assyrian synchronisms in a new chronology' context. Centuries of Darkness: a challenge to the conventional chronology of Old World archaeology reviewed by Geoffrey Gammon 36 This major work, proposing a c.250 year revision ...
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