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411. The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 3: Contents [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 3 Texts Home | Velikovskian Home The Velikovskian The Journal of Myth, History and Science Vol. I, No. 3 Quota pars operis tanti nobis committitur CONTENTS James Hutton: A Non-Inductive, Theological Catastrophist Charles Ginenthal Page 7 Puzzles of Prehistory Roger W. Wescott Page 19 Proof of a Celestial Counterforce to Gravity Charles Ginenthal Page 32 Measurements of the Electromagnetic Properties of "Space" George R. Talbott and Charles Ginenthal Page 37 The Nature of Venus' Heat Charles Ginenthal Page 56 Revisiting the Temperature of Venus George R. Talbott Page 95 The Cornell Lecture: Sagan on a Wednesday Lynn E. Rose Page 101 CONTRIBUTORS Charles Ginenthal ...
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412. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... among the growing number of astronomers who have walked through the same door. Their first book, The Cosmic Serpent, did not acknowledge Velikovsky's trail-breaking work but their latest, The Cosmic Winter, recognises that: "Biblical and geological catastrophism are, after all, inextricably linked. While this clearly justifies an urgent reappraisal of the ancient tales of celestial catastrophe, the new information is extremely awkward for a generation of astronomers who insisted that Velikovsky was no more than an erudite charlatan." [5 ] This acknowledgement might not be as fulsome as one reviewer wanted but coming from internationally renowned professional astronomers, who were born into that generation (and could not ride roughshod over its susceptibilities ...
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... was given to her. The moment of grace came when, on looking (on a map) at two little islands, mere flyspecks on the waters of the Pacific, she found that a strange accumulation of maraes or cult places could be explained only one way: they, and only they, were both exactly sited on two neat celestial coordinates: the Tropics of Cancer and of Capricorn. Now let Dechend take over the narrative: "To start from sheer opposition to ruling opinions is not likely to lead to sensible insight, at least so we think. But anyhow, I did not start from there, although there is no denying that my growing wrath about the ...
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... and what is circular is eternal." 49 That was the mature conclusion of human thought over millennia. It was, as has been said, an obsession with circularity. There is nothing new under the sun, but all things come back in ever-varying recurrence. Even the hateful word "revolution" referred once only to those of the celestial orbs. The cosmos was one vast system full of gears within gears, enormously intricate in its connections, which could be likened to a many-dialed clock. Its functions appeared and disappeared all over the system, like strange cuckoos in the clock, and wonderful tales were woven around them t describe their behavior; but just as in an ...
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... ) of the Great Year. The following is from William Maude's translation (New York, 1900) "There is also a year which Aristotle called Perfect, rather than Great, which is formed by the revolution of the sun, of the moon, and of the five planets, when they all come at the same time to the celestial point from which they started together. This year has a great winter called by the Greeks the inundation and by the Latins the Deluge; it also has a summer which the Greeks call the Conflagration of the world. The world is supposed to have been by turns deluged or on fire at each of these epochs. According to the ...
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416. Thoth Vol I, No. 11: May 3, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... the middle of the sky Atum occupies, and is the cosmic center, the "place par excellence," to use the expression of one of the most perceptive Egyptologists, the late T. Rundle Clark. Thus one text proclaims Atum to be the "Firm Heart of the Sky." Other sources describe this cosmic center as the celestial "resting place" achieved by Atum. In the Egyptian chronicles this place of rest, the motionless center and summit of the sky, becomes the focus of the great celestial events of the First Time. Nothing misrepresents original meanings more profoundly than the common translations of Egyptian texts relative to the daily cycle of the sun god. In ...
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... effect may be imagined. If only a portion of the tail is drawn in, or, if particles falling away as meteors or meteorites strike our world or any other, the results are as have been described. Such an arrangement explains why masses of insects, if surviving the transport, appear to be tabulated and sorted out. A celestial body that is constantly wasting its own substance cannot possibly possess an orbit of any stability. Howe says that a periodic comet-that is a comet deemed to return at a definite period-moving in an ellipse, "loses substance" at each perihelion passage and "must be wasted away in time." Obviously this is the case, but for ...
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... What Bauer has omitted, once again, is that Velikovsky in KRONOS, Vol. IV, No. 3, pages 66-67 cited the specific pages in Worlds in Collision as evidence of his claim about the possible erratic orbital parameters that would be induced by a close planetary interaction of Venus on a cometary orbit with the Earth or other large celestial bodies as is found in Worlds in Collision. On page 156 of Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky specifically states, "A planet [Earth] turns [rotates] and revolves on a quite circular orbit around a great body the sun; it makes contact with another body, a comet [Venus] that travels on a stretched out ...
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419. Response To Raspil [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . If conjunctions have led to orbital instability in the past, then they should prompt orbital instability in the present; for this reason, we reject Raspil's theory. However, he has found astrological iconography present in a wide range of cultures. To us, it seems more probable that what Raspil has uncovered is the depth to which past celestial catastrophes have become ingrained in the psyche of mankind. Although the Church disavowed astrology because it would disavow and contradict free will, as well as man's capacity to choose between good and evil, many people stubbornly held onto their astrological beliefs, incorporating astrological and astronomical symbolism into their iconographic imagery. Man's capacity to see portents of danger in ...
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... million years should be taken as a unit value of K in Table 1 is suggested but is not determined.[14] Generally, as pointed out by Dwardu Cardona, it is conceded that no fully theoretical explanation of commensurabilities, or harmonic orbits, or orbited resonance phenomena, or any workable Titius-Bode "Law" seems to exist in celestial mechanics,15 and his essay reflects the fervent need in celestial mechanics for an expression of a more simplistic relation. What seems to be needed is the concept that a harmonic relation be presupposed as follows: 1 1 1 Cyclic function, K - -+ = 0 (Eq. 5) [Q Planet's Synodic Period, x ...
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