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91. The Saturn Thesis (Part 2) [Journals] [Aeon]
... hair, because the symbolic conjunction of radiance with flowing hair or leonine mane has already been noted by numerous authors. But, unfortunately, since the pro-fuse, luxuriant, streaming, flaming, or am-brosial hair of the goddess is so familiar to us today, it's all too easy to read past the countless references to the hair as a celestial attribute. In the best known classical rep-resentations of Aphrodite or Venus, for example, the attractiveness of the familiar human form has replaced the more awe-inspiring, cosmic radiance once celebrated in every culture. But the connections to the ar-chetype are certainly not lost. So long as one's attention is confined to the human form, one will too ...
92. The Birth of Vahagn: An Armenian Vision of Celestial Catastrophe? [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. III No. 1 (Fall 1977) Home | Issue Contents The Birth of Vahagn: An Armenian Vision of Celestial Catastrophe?Robert H. Hewsen Copyright © 1977 by Robert H. Hewsen (This article is one of 22 essays contained in an Anthology presented to Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky on December 5, 1975, in honor of Dr. Velikovsky and the 25th anniversary of Worlds in Collision; it is our hope to publish the Anthology in its entirety. - The Ed.) The author wishes to express his indebtedness to another contributor to this Anthology, Mr. Dwardu Cardona of Vancouver, British Columbia, who read this manuscript critically and ...
93. Golden Age Canopy by Isaac Vail [Books]
... CD-Rom Home Canopy Skies of Ancient Man Celestial Records of the Orient Eden's Flaming Sword A Glance at Compartive Mythology Golden Age Canopy The Heavens and Earth of Prehistoric Man The Misread Record or The Deluge and its Cause Mythic Mountains The Ring of Truth Golden Age Canopy Isaac Vail THE CANOPY THEORY When in the spring of 1874 I published my first little book on the Canopy Theory, entitled The Deluge and Its Cause, it presented timidly the suggestion that primitive man must have begun his career on this planet while it was yet invested by a great cloud shell of aqueous vapors, sent up from the primitive earth while it was in a molten or igneous state. I assumed that the ...
94. "The Seasons Alter": Catastrophism in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Continued) [Journals] [Kronos]
... by Irving Wolfe Editor's Note: This article is one of 22 essays contained in an Anthology presented to Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky on December 5, 1975, in honor of Dr. Velikovsky and the 25th anniversary of Worlds in Collision; it is our hope to publish the Anthology in its entirety. If A Midsummer Night's Dream is indeed a celestial parable, its essential elements of plot, character, and context should exhibit clearly perceptible unconscious intimations of catastrophe. Indeed, every element of the play should be suffused with buried cosmological meaning. To illustrate that this is so, we shall begin with the astral overtones of the important characters. Hermia's "eyes are lodestars" (1 ...
95. The Crescent II [Books]
... -- IX (Part b) THE CRESCENT-SHIP All ancient sun gods sail in a celestial ship. In the oldest ritual the ship appears as a crescent revolving around the circle of the great god's dwelling, while the god himself remains stationary. The ship's "mooring post" (and, by extension, its "mast") is the cosmic mountain. One of Saturn's most extraordinary possessions is the ark of heaven. Saturn is "literally represented as sailing over the ocean in a ship," remarks Faber. (1 ) Ovid tells us that because the planet-god traversed the entire sphere of the "earth" in his primordial voyage, his special token was a ...
96. The Celestial Tower [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 2003 No 1 (March 2003) Home | Issue Contents Article The Celestial Tower Emmet J Sweeney In every corner of the globe, from Lapland to southern Africa, and from Mexico to China, there is a traditon of how a deluge caused by erratic movements of the heavenly bodies brought to an end a paradisal age of innocence, and how mankind (or in some cases a race of giants or titans) attempted to reopen communciation with heaven by erecting a tower that reached to the sky. Westerners are perhaps most familiar with the biblical version of the story, the Tower of Babel. In this account, it is the ambition ...
97. The Celestial Clock [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home | Issue Contents The Celestial Clock www.celestialclock.com The Celestial Clock employs a unified theory of natural cyclicity, which reaches apocalyptic proportions in every 11,500 - 23,000 years. The book reveals the sacred symbology of the Seven Stars of Pleiades, serpents, dragons, scorpions, lamb and bull along with indisputable scientific proof that the Mayan Calendar is based on the 23,000 year ice volume collapse cycles recently discovered in ocean sedimentation and ice core drill down studies from Greenland and Antarctica. It is the dominant cycle of the "100,000" year Milankovitch ice age theory. ...
98. Kronos, Minos, and the Celestial Labyrinth [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. IX No. 2 (Winter 1984) Home | Issue Contents Kronos, Minos, and the Celestial Labyrinth Ev Cochrane INTRODUCTION Editor's Note: This paper was originally read at the September 1983 Haliburton seminar sponsored by the Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies. - LMG A central theme running throughout the writings of Immanuel Velikovsky is the intimate association between myth and history. Beginning with the Exodus account and Athena's birth in Worlds in Collision, continuing with the Oedipus legend in Oedipus and Akhnaton, and throughout the Ages in Chaos series, Velikovsky sought to find in myth a key to history. While other scholars have also considered myth to be a reflection of history ...
99. Reconciling Celestial Mechanics and Velikovskian Catastrophism [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 2 No 3: (Fall 1972) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered II" Home | Issue Contents Reconciling Celestial Mechanics and Velikovskian Catastrophism Ralph Juergens Copyright 1972 by Ralph E. Juergens Ralph Juergens, a civil engineer living in Flagstaff, Arizona, was formerly associate editor of a McGraw-Hill technical publication. The hypothesis he sets forth here is his own and is not necessarily held by Dr. Velikovsky. ABSTRACT: The interplanetary medium is capable of confining the electric fields of charged celestial bodies within space-charge sheaths of limited dimensions. This phenomenon explains the success of gravitational theory in describing and predicting orbital motions in the present, relatively stable Solar System. Disruption of ...
100. "Mechanics Bears Witness" [Journals] [Pensee]
... cataclysmic events he describes; his "tremendous spark springing forth at the nearest approach" of a comet to the Earth certainly requires strong electric charges on one or both bodies (Velikovsky, 1950, Delta edition, p. 85). Velikovsky has, moreover, repeatedly urged astronomers to beware of always omitting electromagnetic effects from their calculations of celestial mechanics. It is therefore my purpose here to examine in an elementary manner some questions of celestial electromechanics, particularly as these relate to Earth rotation. Two new findings, curious and tantalizing, are presented. These connect the kinetic energy of Earth rotation, net electric charge on the Earth, the Earth's magnetic moment, and the interplanetary ...
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