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51. Maya Cosmos: A Saturnian Interpretation (Part II) [Journals] [Aeon]
... today."  One should not be surprised with that since the Saturnian configuration provided many kinds of crosses. At the radiant Venus stage, a four-armed cross appeared on the disk of Saturn.  Saturn, with its rings and crescent at the top of the polar column, could look like a T cross or ankh. Later still, when Venus and Mars descended towards Earth, with interplanetary material twisting about, a tree-like structure seems to have appeared. Today, in the Yucatan, crosses are usually painted green and called "Our Mother." In Chiapas they are blue or green, decorated with pine tree tops and called, "Our Father ...
52. Night of the Gods: Polar Myths. The North [Books]
... which Pa-Uet', dwelling of Uet', was the capital. J. de Rouge says Uat' was a form of Isis (Mom. aies des Nomes). Nexeb glyphs woman-faced and wearing the nefer head-dress, was the goddess of the South, the opposite of Uat'. She was also indicated by the vulture holding the ankh and "the emblem of serenity." (Her name had first been read Suban, and Brugsch even proposed to read it Heben.) Eileithya in Upper Egypt, El Kab, was called NeXeb, and there was also Nekeb glyphs also glyphs which last = the Hebrew South with the Egyptian article (Chabas, Melanges, iii ...
53. Cosmic Heretics [Journals] [Aeon]
... KRONOS remained essentially and in many details under V. 's thumb until his death, performing very much the function of Imago for Freud. This is not to say that the directors of KRONOS were uncritical. (In the very first issue, Zvi Rix ventured ominously upon weak points in an article upon the origins of anti-semitism and the Ankh.) They simply had to acknowledge V. 's power, his help, his thesaurus of notes and materials, even on occasion his financial aid and, above all- what men such as Stecchini, Motz, Jastrow, Sagan, Hadas, Gordon, and Deg, especially, had in their own way to bow to ...
54. Chapter 7 Iron, Diorite and Other Hard Rock [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... a method of reduction; in other words, it is extremely improbable that several accidental reductions of iron from its ores, even at intervals apart, would not provoke purposeful repetitions of the performance, and the consequent discovery of a rudimentary smelting process. We cannot suppose that more than a millennium 51 Howard Carter, The Tomb of Tut.ankh.Amen: The Annex and Treasury, reprint of the 1933 ed. (Bath, England 2000), pp. 91-92 218 VELIKOVSKIAN Vol. VI, Nos. 1, 2, 3 would elapse before such accidental smeltings would become rationalized. . . . "The discrepancies of chronology are enormous — no less than three millenniums ...
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