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281. The Mystery Of The Pleiades [Journals] [Kronos]
... completely fails to hold up against the testimony of ancient cultures which Velikovsky deploys; and also fails to explain the conditions which have been found throughout the solar system by the space programme of the last twenty years, and which correspond so accurately with the advance claims from Velikovsky's model...(12) Yet, out of the three celestial bodies in question, Sieff concurs with Patten, et al. in identifying Khima as Venus. Khesil, Sieff sees as Saturn, while Aish he identifies as Jupiter.(13) In opposition to the above criticism, Sieff paid much more attention "to the testimony of other ancient peoples," but, obviously, he did ...
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282. Untitled [Journals]
... Synchronisms and Stratigraphies [Review V1998n2] Barnard, Geoffrey Knowler: Experiments with Time. I: Catastrophes and Chronologies' [Review V1998n1] Barnes, Thomas: Response to Dr Milsom [Review V0204] Barnes, Thomas G.: Recent Origin and Decay of the Earth's Magnetic Field [Review V0202] Bass, Dr Robert W.: Celestial Dynamics of "Worlds in Collision" [Review V0601to3] Bass, Robert W.: "Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System [Pensee Ivr08] Bass, Robert W.: "Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System [Review V0301] Bass, Robert W.: "Proofs" of the Stability ...
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... , domain of the gods (b ) the "inhabited world" of the zodiac between the tropics, the domain of the "living" (c ) the II sky south from the Tropic of Capricorn, alias: the Sweet-Water Ocean, the realm of the dead. The demarcation plane between solid earth and sea is represented by the celestial equator; hence half of the zodiac is under "water," the southern ecliptic, bordered by the equinoctial points. There are more refined subdivisions, to be sure, "zones" or "belts" or "climates" dividing the sphere from north to south and, most important, the "sky" as well as ...
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... distances. ' Indeed, so far as the initial arguments go, there seems to be no reason why some of the bodies should not have actually interchanged their mean distances." At this point, it appears possible to proceed in either of two manners: (1 ) One could dogmatically assert that the greatest contemporary masters of mathematically rigorous celestial mechanics (following Poincaré, Moulton, G. D. Birkhoff, Liapunov, Wintner, Siegel, Kolmogorov, Arnol'd and Moser) have usually totally ignored the line of investigation discussed above, indicating by studied silence that they place no credence in the theorems based on so-called secular perturbation theory and general perturbation theory. In fact, the ...
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285. Child of Saturn (Part VI) [Journals] [Kronos]
... up with the equation: Band = womb = mother = cometary tail = Venus. Now, while it is correct to say that goddess and womb were one and the same, the recognition of one must have preceded the other. Those primitive ancestors of ours who were still strangers to symbolism would not readily have seen a womb in a celestial orb and its encircling band of light. There must have been more in the Saturnian apparition to have made them first visualize it as female. As promised in our last installment, the goddess Tanit presents us with one of the best graphic illustrations that will enable us to clarify this point. The symbol of this deity is depicted on ...
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... moons. That the material was being electrically removed was confirmed by the discovery of x-rays and high energy ions near the nucleus." Thornhill goes on to discuss non-gravitational orbital anomalies, then attacks received opinion which states that a comet is defined by its size and composition. He claims instead that it is the eccentricity of the orbit of a celestial body, moving it into regions of increasing electrical stress, which creates the visible tail. "A planet on such an orbit would put on a spectacular cometary display..." (p . 48.) Thornhill found his motivation to leave the comfortable highway of orthodox astronomy and explore the lonely out-back of a new paradigm in ...
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287. The Saturn Thesis (Part 4) [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:1 (Nov 1997) Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Thesis (Part 4)An In-Depth Interview with David Talbott- (concluded)AEON: In our last discussion you were explaining the various mythological motifs associated with the displaced Radiant Venus and Mars. You mentioned that one item that this celestial apparition resembled was that of a peacock's tail. You then made the enigmatic statement that "to sit on the peacock-throne is to wear the radiating feathers as a crown." Could we start with an elaboration of this theme? Talbott: I also asked the question: "why do feathers adorning the head signify power and authority?"- knowing ...
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288. Thoth Vol III, No. 2: Jan 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... : "If a fireball [meteor] (coming from) Mars is seen..." If such reports reflect reliable eye-witness testimony-the view defended by Bjorkman-and meteorites were indeed witnessed emanating from or circling Mars, it stands to reason that the various gods identified with the red planet might likewise be associated with the hurling of rocks, with celestial demons of one form or another, or with various other phenomena typically associated with the fall of meteorites. And such is indeed the case. Nergal and Indra The dreadful war-god Nergal-expressly identified with the planet Mars-is associated with a demonic entourage in various Babylonian texts. Thus, an early hymn to Nergal invokes him as the "leader and ...
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289. The Paleo-Saturnian System [Journals] [Aeon]
... Saturn's proximity, and this would have been aided by the added adjacency of Venus and Mars in the linear configuration. And, to be sure, the remnant of such a bulge remains to this day. It is, however, to be found at Earth's north polar region- testifying to a force that was once located in Earth's north celestial pole, [26] and not the Afar Triangle as proposed by Rose. Meanwhile- and for the record- the Saturnian configuration theory has nothing to offer concerning the "out-of-Africa" model or any other model concerning the origin of mankind. Bar-Ron is also incorrect when he states that traditions of the age of darkness "seem to ...
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290. Analysis of the Babylonian Observations [Journals] [Kronos]
... roughly five and three-quarters degrees, or more, below the horizon. The sky will then be dark enough for Venus, if it is above the horizon, to be seen. This minimum required angle of the Sun below the horizon is termed the arcus visionis. Another way of expressing the criteria for visibility is in terms of the imaginary celestial sphere. The path of Venus as seen from Earth, the apparent motion of the Sun, and the horizon seen by an observer on Earth, can all be projected onto the celestial sphere; their relative positions can then be calculated using spherical trigonometry, involving two dimensions instead of three. The horizon seen by any observer on Earth ...
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