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41. Index of Authors
... Planetary Identities: I, The Concept of Deity Dwardu Cardona, Planetary Worship Dwardu Cardona, Saturn As King Dwardu Cardona, Saturn before the Sun Dwardu Cardona, Saturn: In Myth and Religion Dwardu Cardona, Saturn's Flare-ups Dwardu Cardona, Saturn's Sacred Mountain Dwardu Cardona, Shamash and Sin Dwardu Cardona, Tektites and China's Dragon Dwardu Cardona, The Ankh Dwardu Cardona, The Archangels Dwardu Cardona, The Baalim Dwardu Cardona, The Cairns Of Kintraw Dwardu Cardona, The Cities of the Plain Dwardu Cardona, The Cosmic Origin of the Swastika Dwardu Cardona, The Demands of the Saturnian Configuration Theory Dwardu Cardona, The Demands of the Saturnian Configuration Theory Dwardu Cardona, The Evolution of the Cosmogonic Egg ...
42. Untitled [Journals]
... Records of Assyria and Babylonia [Pensee Ivr05] Burgstahler, Albert W.: Nature of the Cytherean Atmosphere [Pensee Ivr06] Calneggia Frank, Paul Money and Damien F. Mackey: Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis [Workshop W1987no1] Cardona, Dwardu: "Let There Be Light" [Kronos Vol0303] Cardona, Dwardu: Ankh [Kronos Vol0703] Cardona, Dwardu: Archangels [Kronos Vol0802] Cardona, Dwardu: Baalim [Kronos Vol1003] Cardona, Dwardu: Beginning of Time [Aeon Vol0305] Cardona, Dwardu: Bet Shulman [Kronos Vol1002] Cardona, Dwardu: Cairns of Kintraw [Kronos Vol0403] Cardona, Dwardu: Child of Saturn (Part ...
43. The Rites Of Moloch [Journals] [Kronos]
... 1 (August 1983), p. 7. 56. D. N. Talbott, op. cit., by implication on p. 331. 57. D. Cardona, "Child of Saturn," Part III, KRONOS VII:3 (Spring 1982), pp. 8ff. 58. Idem, "The Ankh," in Ibid., pp. 32-33. 59. D. N. Talbott, op. cit., pp. 85,108,205,237. 60. R. W. Wescott, "Aster and Disaster: Toward a Catastrophist Mode of Mythological Interpretation," KRONOS IX: 1 (Fall 1983) ...
44. Monitor. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... tonne column to vertical using kites, but the only evidence' that the Egyptians did it this way is a hieroglyph of 10 men standing under vertical lines below an upper register of the winged Sun disc. The researcher appears to have little knowledge of the mythological roots of sacred symbols, seeing them as derived from utilitarian objects such as the ankh being a loop on which to anchor a rope. However, it is pointed out that that some cultures perform kite flying as a religious ritual. Of Delphi and Troy New Scientist 1.9 .01, pp. 40-42, 17.11.01, p. 16 Pilgrims came from far and wide to hear their fate ...
45. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... this tell. In particular level VII is very rich in different images. In the area of human figures, in addition to the bull-headed men I noticed figures resembling Naram-Sin, others reminiscent of Hammurabi (the name Hammurabi occurs frequently), and also a surprising number of Egyptian-looking deities or other motifs, such as the winged disc and the ankh. Collon states (p . 185 under the heading Egyptianizing Figures and Motifs' - emphasis added throughout): "The sealings from level VII at Alalakh provide the first datable examples of Egyptian scenes in Syrian glyptic and would indicate that contact was maintained between Egypt and Northern Syria during the period of Hyksos domination, or at least during ...
46. Saturn: In Myth and Religion [Journals] [Kronos]
... , p.31. 16. Ibid., p.39. 17. Ibid. 18. D. N. Talbott, op. cit., p. 331. 19. D. Cardona, "Child of Saturn," Part III (see ref. 6), pp. 8-11; Idem, "The Ankh," in Ibid., pp. 32-33. 20. That Saturn had once also been a war god, see the myths pertaining to Ninurta. On the other hand, it must also be stated that Mars as war god derived from that planet's early "antagonism" toward Saturn. 21. D. Cardona, "Jupiter ...
47. The el-Amarna Letters (Concluded) (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... the Samaria ostraca." 65. Crowfoot and Crowfoot, Early Ivories, p. 49. 66. Ibid., p. 23 67. Ibid., p. 49. 68. Ibid., p. 9. 69. Ibid., p. 18. 70. H. Carter, The Tomb of Tut.ankh.Amen (London, 1923-33), Vol. II, Plate XIX. 71. Crowfoot and Crowfoot, Early Ivories, p. 53. 72. Ibid., p. 34. 73. Homer, in the Iliad, IV, 141-42, mentions the Carian woman who stains ivory red. 74. Crowfoot and Crowfoot ...
48. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... dated to year 21 of Hedjkheperre Shoshenq (I ) Mermer? Haremsaf (b ) Tja(en)hebyu (a ) Nestefnut (a ) Tja(en)hebyu (b ) Nestefnut (b ) Tja(en)hebyu (c ) Nestefnut (c ) Tjaenhebyu (d ) Nestefnut (d ) (Wahibre)teni Ankh(Psamtek) (Ahmose)saneit (Khnemibre) dated to c. 495 BC = Year 26 of Darius I It was a pity that Tony did not refer to this stela, which can still be seen in excellent condition at the Wadi Hammamat. Khnemibre records 22 overseers of works spanning a period of c. 775 years in ...
49. Morning Star* [Journals] [Aeon]
... 168. Idem, The Gods of the Egyptians, Vol. II (N . Y., 1904/1969), p. 303. 169. L. M. Greenberg, "Astral Kingship," AEON III:2 (May 1993), p. 15; but see also, D. Cardona, "The Ankh," KRONOS VII:3 (Spring 1982), pp. 32-33, for additional motifs that led to the late confusion of Osiris with Venus. 170. E. Cochrane, "Venus in Ancient Myth and Language," AEON I:1 (January 1988), p. 42; Idem, "On Comets and ...
50. Night of the Gods: The Pillar [Books]
... 10. Didot, ut sup. i, 95, 356. 11. Bibl.. ii, 355 356. 17. The Tat of Ptah. The Tee and Umbrella. THE supreme central Egyptian god- Ptah heiroglyphs about whom so much will be said in the course of this Inquiry, is represented as a mummy grasping the ankh which is viewed as the "symbol of life; the uas sceptre heiroglyphs and the tat heiroglyphs or " symbol of stability," PTAH which I would identify with the Pillar of the Universe. This tat is the habitual ensign of Ptah, and was hung as an amulet round the necks of the gods, divine animals, and ...
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