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51. Solving the Exodus Mystery by Ted T. Stewart [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the Exodus Mystery by Ted T. Stewart ISBN 0-9718680-0-X (1999). Biblemart.com. Reviewed by: Laurence Dixon This is an unusual book in that the author openly states that his 24 year project to solve the Exodus Mystery was inspired by Velikovsky's Ages in Chaos, Courville's The Exodus Problem and its Ramifications, and Aling's Egypt and Bible History. He also benefited by visiting Palestine with Ron Wyatt, author of Discovered Noah's Ark. In his preview of volume two he states he gleaned invaluable material from Rohl's Pharaohs and Kings and quotes from James et al's Centuries of Darkness. With these statements we can expect an unorthodox chronology and he does present one, which is similar ...
52. Scientific Prehistory [Books]
... by Alasdair Beal, now Editor of C&C Workshop of SIS, Great Britain. There were three other, also favorable reviews by Creationists including those of Dr. Thomas Barnes, Professor of Physics, University of Texas at El Paso, Dr. John Read, Publisher, Northridge, California, and Reverend Walter Lang, Editor, Bible Science, Caldwell, Idaho. Attention is called also to the 1992 book, The Creationists, by Dr. Ronald L. Numbers, Professor of the History and Science of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin. The Beal review of PEM is given in Chapter I along with comments from Dr. Numbers on how the author was " ...
53. Hatshepsut and the Queen of Sheba: A Critique of Velikovsky's Identification and an Alternative View [Journals] [SIS Review]
... to this paper will show. Dr E. Danelius has drawn attention to the possibility that Sheba was once a homonym for Ethiopia [4 ]. This, if confirmed, would superficially harmonize Josephus's information with the biblical title "Queen of Sheba". But it would still fail to explain why the visiting queen is not described in the Bible as the ruler of Egypt, if that is what she was. Describing Hatshepsut as the Queen of Sheba/Ethiopia would be akin to modern European records referring to the US President as merely (e .g .) President of Alaska. Velikovsky suggested that the name Sheba might be derived from the personal name Hatshepsut [5 ] ...
54. Sanverim: Hypnosis in the Bible [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VIII No. 3 (Spring 1983) Home | Issue Contents Sanverim: Hypnosis in the Bible Immanuel Velikovsky Copyright (C ) 1983 by Elisheva Velikovsky The book from which I learned the history and practice of hypnosis treated it as a rather recent discovery, crediting F. A. Mesmer (1734-1815) with inventing hypnosis or "animal magnetism" as he called it.(1 ) But it is very improbable that this natural phenomenon could have evaded the ancients and remained unknown through all the centuries and millennia of recorded history.(2 ) Its application is too simple relative to the mystery of the phenomenon. Indeed, many of the practices ...
... to science. I thank you warmly for having sent it to me and I beg you to accept dear Doctor, the assurance of my sentiments of cordial devotion. Etienne Droiton, General Director Department of Antiquities" Robert H. Pfeiffer, was Chairman of the Department of Semitic Languages and History at Harvard University, and an authority on the Bible. Pfeiffer's published letter to Velikovsky deals with the contents of Worlds in Collision. He writes, "Allow me, first of all, to congratulate you, not of course for the fact that your book has become a run-away best seller, ' but for the magnificent qualities of content and form of your book. I read it ...
56. Thiele's Assyrian Reliance [Journals] [SIS Review]
... His interest in Velikovsky began in 1967 and he has attended two Cambridge, two Portland and the one Braziers Conference. Eric is working on his theory that the Habiru were the Assyrians under Tiglath Pileser III and Sargon II. He believes Velikovsky was extremely close to the historical truth but that his alter ego concept cannot be accepted. Summary The Bible has three instances of correlation with Hezekiah and Hoshea. Thiele ignores these correlations and goes into the most complex arguments to come up with a scheme that is not only not supported by the Bible but is denied by the Bible. The end result of Thiele's chronological contortions is to have Pekah rule elsewhere and to distort the period allocated to ...
57. Jericho [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History IX:2 (July 1987) Home | Issue Contents Jericho Michael S. Sanders Jericho, The City of the Palms of the Bible, lies some seven miles west of the river Jordan, 300 meters below sea level. While the small Arab town of el Riha is unprepossessing, there is no doubt that the town of antiquity which commands the steep ascent to the highlands of the interior was a place of strategic importance to those who occupied it. Jericho had been a favorite winter resort of Herod in Roman times, but he did not build on the old town, which is clearly identifiable, and so, unlike some sites in ...
58. The Celestial Ship of North Vol. I [Books]
... (the first Adam) is called in the "Book of the Dead," "The Mother Goddess of Time." All beginnings were founded on the feminine. The constellation of the Great Bear was known as the Typhonian Thigh, the "Thigh of the North," the birthplace of the beginnings among the stars. In our Bible we read "The days come, saith the Lord, that it shall no more be said, the Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt; but the Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the North."-Jeremiah xvi, 14-15. ...
59. Ancient Near Eastern Chronology: To Revise or not to Revise? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , generation 77 (variant spelling of the same name). Lastly, 70 years is of course the average life span according to biblical wisdom and has the symbolical meaning of finish' and death' (the end). Another biblical figure with obvious symbolism is the number 666 of Revelation. What does it mean? Elsewhere in the bible 600 is associated with escape', i.e . the 600 men of David in I Sam 27, the 600 Benjaminites of Judges 21:46, and the 600 Danites of Judges 18:11. 6 or 666 is clearly associated with escape' from the end of the world as also are the 603,550 fighting ...
60. The Bible Myth : The African Origins Of The Jewish People by Gary Greenberg (Book review) [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS From: The Velikovskian Vol. V, No. 1 THE BIBLE MYTH : THE AFRICAN ORIGINS OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE Secaucus, N.J . : Citadel Press, 1996. 308 Pages By: Gary Greenberg Reviewed by: Lynn E. Rose The title and subtitle of this book are somewhat broader than the content. For Greenberg does not reject all of the Bible as myth, only the earlier portions of Biblical history. Often, Greenberg treats even the origin accounts more as garbling or transmogrifications than as fabrications. Thus, it is significant that he does not deny that there was an Exodus, that there was a Moses, that there was a David, ...
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