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1. The Ankh [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VII No. 3 (Spring 1982) Home | Issue Contents The Ankh Dwardu Cardona Copyright (C ) 1982 by Dwardu Cardona 1. Saturn I have recently shown why Velikovsky's identification of the Hindu god Shiva as a personification of the planet Jupiter should be abandoned in favor of an identification as Saturn.(1 ) I have also presented evidence which indicates that the original hermaphrodite deity of ancient man was not Venus, as Zvi 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 ...
2. Spall Ankh in eastern Wyoming [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents Spall Ankh in eastern Wyoming Michael Armstrong, Thu, 19 Oct 2000 This remarkable figure portraying a form of the Ankh, the Polar column, mistakenly called "The Man of The Mountains", was found on the almost insurmountable slope of a rocky hill in "The Spanish Diggings" area near Rawhide Buttes, a miniature mountain range of eastern Wyoming. The figure was laid out in an area "where it was less precipitous than above or below .. It was fifty-five feet long and about eight feet wide, the body looking not unlike a stone walk. The spalls forming the ...
... . Steatite. Cylinder seal; worn. 25X11 mm. Two human figures face each other; between them appear traces of three now unrecognizable objects, the lower one of which may possibly have been an altar. Behind one figure appears a third one, holding a lance. At the end of the scene are two unrecognizable objects, perhaps ankhs. 282. Hematite. Cylinder seal; worn. 24X12 mm. A figure is shown seated on a chariot drawn by four animals. The chariot is approached by what seem to be two deities wearing long garments and horned crowns. Between them appears a libation vessel. Below them a lion is devouring a quadruped. At the end ...
4. The Egyptologist's Electronic Forum [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1999:1 (Apr 1999) Home | Issue Contents The Egyptologist's Electronic Forum http://www.netins.net/showcase/ankh/eefmain.html The Egyptologists' Electronic Forum (EEF, email: email@example.com) is a membership-wide email list for conferencing on the culture and civilization of ancient Egypt c.5000 BCE - 622 CE. The EEF serves as a nexus for dialog between academics working in Egyptology and other persons interested in ancient Egypt. Discussion of relations between ancient Egypt and esoteric or extraterrestrial regions are off topic, as are a-historical, quasi-historical and pseudo-historical matters in general. So please ...
5. The Celestial Ship of North Vol II [Books]
... given to Man-Pure, Simple Divine Law-Our Bible Astrological-Saturn or Satan-Saturn, Tribal God of the Jews-Conjunction of Neptune and Saturn in 1917- Poles-Interpretation-The Central Sun-Eclipses- Solar Eclipse of 1899-Solar Eclipse of 1910-Importance of Neptune. CHAPTER II. -The Eye of the Gods The Sun-Its worship today as of old-The Spiritual Sun-Tradition-Indian Legends of the Sun-Creating the Zodiac-The Tau Cross-The Ankh Cross-Creation of the Solar Period or Time-Assignation of Planets- Allegory of primitive Creation-Fragments of Astrology. CHAPTER III. -Light that Shineth in the Darkness... The Moon-Birth and Death-Waxing and Waning- The Mystical Moon of Nature-Conception and Generation-Origin of the Trinity-Yom Kipour-The Number 13-Moon Periods-Sacred symbolism of the numbers 5 and 6-The five days of Negation-TabU- ...
6. Notes on the Androgynous Comet [Journals] [SIS Review]
... as a man-woman and represented with a beard (21). Has any undistorted evidence survived which would enable us to read the minds of the ancients? The answer is not solely supplied by the Aranda tribe, whose tradition still revives the flaming globe connected with the leaping tail as an act of dalliance, but is also furnished by the ankh hieroglyph ([ *! * image: ankh]), explained by Nork (22) as symbolising the joining of the male (+ ) with the female (o ) generative power - Aphrodite sive Aphroditos. The combination of male and female procreational forces can only be conceived in a comet. And it is only because Nork and ...
7. Sandal-straps and Semiology [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Recently two quantavolutionaries engaged in a dispute, the one Editor of the Review of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, Malcolm Lowery, a linguist, the other Zvi Rix, a contributor to the Review and a physician. Rix became over the years the greatest authority on that symbol of "divine life" and of many religious apparitions, the ankh, the circle resting upon crossarms and vertical stroke, thus: By virtue of intensive research, Rix had established that the ankh was not only a widespread symbol, a religious symbol of wide dedication, but also a manifestation of androgyny, that is, a representation of the female vulva and the male phallus, and furthermore was securely ...
8. A Fire not Blown [Books]
... creep out of holes in the ground when an earthquake was imminent. The hoopoe with its erectile crest was particularly useful when its attention was drawn to earthquake light and changes in electromagnetic states. Its cry was thought to resemble the Greek opopa, I have seen. Augurs must also have watched the quail, Greek ortux, light finder. Ankh, live, and sankh, make to live, are the origin of the Latin sancio, sanctify, a word whose original meaning was to make to live. Sanctus, holy, means literally having been brought to life'. The ankh was the most powerful of amulets and hieroglyphs in ancient Egypt. Its hieroglyph is described as ...
9. The Great Terror [Journals] [Kronos]
... past generations which would enable us to accomplish our task, to refresh our recollection and decipher the lost language of symbolism? Perhaps. It would seem that cometary Venus is actually pictured in an ancient hieroglyph whose correct reading has so far escaped detection. Paul Ernst Jablonski reminds us that the famous "cross with the handle," (the ankh) which so often recurs on ancient Egyptian monuments, represents simultaneously the phallus and the planet Venus. "Observavi illic, . . ., crucem illam celeberrimam ansatam, in vetustis Aegyptiorum Monumentis toties occurrentum, [image], quae phallum designat, Pani Mendesio dedictatum fuisse. Et eodem plane signo, Veneris Planetam ab antiquis temporibus, ...
10. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... original meaning was substantially modified and moderated when terror-stricken humanity managed to analogise these catastrophe-laden prime ideograms to similar-sounding phonetic writings and spellings of a less frightful character and of much later development. Defence mechanisms which avoid issues prone to arouse fear and prefer more harmless associations are the rule in man's ages-old and still continuing manoeuvres for self-deception. Thus, the ankh, at source the picture of the Typhon-comet, became a sign for "life" (= ankh), because of syllabic equivalency. Finally it is now considered to be the portrait of a sandal-strap (necessarily unisex since sandal-straps are by nature never bisex). It is putting the cart before the horse to provide the phonetic value ...
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