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241. KA [Books]
... . The linguistic connections evidenced, as well as the sacral outlook and practices tied to them, are so close as to bring into question several dearly held beliefs regarding ancient chronology and the relative antiquity of the Mediterranean civilizations. It begins to appear as if all that was contained in the minds, speech and practice of the ancients took place ... . 2: The Electric Oracles 46 Notes (Chapter Two: The Electric Oracles) 1. For destruction of Bronze Age sites, vide: Schaeffer-Forrer, Stratigraphie comparée et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (III. et II. Millénaires)(Oxford 1948). 2. Cicero: De Divinatione' I:36 3. Ibid. I ...
242. Scientific Prehistory [Books]
... (1956);Rev. Mod. Phys., 25: 293 (1953) Newgrosh, B., Scientific Dating Methods and Absolute Chronometry, J. Ancient Chronology Forum, Vol. 2 1988Calibrated Radio-Carbon and The Methodological Fault-Line, C & C Review XIII (1991) Newmann, M.J ., The Solar Neutrino Problem ... this method and data in Tables 14-1 and 14-2 moon matter condensed from a state of uniformly distributed nuclides about 3.0 billion years old. Though having problems, Several chronologists asserted "ages" in the face of an obvious (and clearly variable) K depletion, a roughly million fold contamination of radiogenic 40Ar by the 40Ar in solar ...
243. Imaginary and Expected Catastrophes: Apocalyptic Desire and Scientific Prognosis [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1995 (Vol XVII) "Proceedings of the SIS 1995 Braziers College Conference" Home | Issue Contents Imaginary and Expected Catastrophes: Apocalyptic Desire and Scientific Prognosis Gunnar Heinsohn I Myths and legends describing catastrophes of the Bronze Age provide the hardcore information for the texts of apocalyptic preaching. In mainstream scholarship and ... ; I. Velikovsky, Earth in Upheaval, Garden City/N .Y ., Doubleday, 1955. 15. C. F. Schaeffer, Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (IIIe et IIe millénaires), London, Oxford University Press, 1948, p. 565. Cf. also H. Weiss et al. ...
... resolved, but if the Trojans found them here, and their advent is more or less established, Gog and Magog record an event yet earlier, despite the supposed Bible chronological period of which Ezekiel writes: Memories of the Giants survive from other directions. India has legends of invading monsters with hair and beard of "red lightning", ... a poser for the archaeologists who attribute the Early Iron Age (Hallstatt A) at from 1000 to 800 BC, which would mean that the Flood was incomparably later than chronologists reckon or that the Early Iron Age started very much sooner than they estimate. Mainly the Saturnian was the Bronze Age, although there was admittedly an overlap between the ...
245. Hittites, Phrygians, and Others [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... that they represent a list of governors of the city and cult of Ash-shur.(7 ) They were not the rulers of a kingdom as such, and in conventional chronology they are in part, at least, the contemporaries of the empire of Mitanni, whose kings at various times exercised political control over Assyria. But a paradox exists ... Suppiluliumas conquered Syria in a single campaign occupying the last six years of his reign. There is no need to entertain the prospect of several Syrian campaigns, deduced by conventional chronologists from the EA letters and not from Hittite sources. The texts are quite specific. Syria, or that part of Syria subject to the Hittites, was lost in ...
... by records- those of Tanis and Alexandria- one of which was established over 200 years after the other, is of inestimable value for the investigation of the calendar and chronology of ancient Egypt. In an excellent work of Brugsch, "Three Festival Calendars from the Temple of Apollinopolis Magna (Edfû) in Upper Egypt," we have ... look in different directions. They appear as representing the sun in the two halves of the year. We have next to discuss the fixed year, to which the Egyptian chronologists were finally driven in later Egyptian times. The decree of Tanis was the true precursor of the Julian correction of the calendar. In consequence of this correction we now ...
247. A Record of Success [Journals] [Pensee]
... , The Decipherment of Linear B (New York, 1958), esp. 67-100. Mesoamerican culture is several centuries older than the date assigned to it in traditional historical chronology. G. Kubler wrote: "The Mesoamerican cosmology to which Velikovsky repeatedly appeals for proof did not originate until about the beginning of our era." American Journal ... ." One of the greatest upheavals, according to Schaeffer, brought an end to the Middle Kingdom of Egypt and to Middle Bronze civilization in general. Stratigraphie Comparee et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (London, 1948). The Minoan B script writings unearthed on Crete and in the Peloponnesus are Greek. (Forum lecture, Princeton Graduate College ...
248. The Oracle of Cadmus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... bright flame of Greek culture was kindled in 9th-century Thebes. By enabling us to synchronize this epochal event with Egyptian and Hebrew history, Velikovsky has given us a most valuable chronological key to decode Greek astronomical myth. In casting out the priests of Amon who found refuge with Nikmed, Akhnaton unwittingly set in motion a series of events that would ... was sick and the gods turned their back upon this land." We can now understand the nature of this disaster. Fire from Heaven In his masterly Stratigraphie comparee et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (Oxford, 1948), Claude Schaeffer, excavator of Ugarit, Cadmus-Nikmed's "home town," describes a significant discovery: .. .five ...
249. The Rise of Blood Sacrifice [Journals] [Aeon]
... ). 48. Cf. A. de Grazia, Chaos and Creation (Princeton, N. J., 1981), p. 3, for a detailed chronology of post-medieval catastrophist scientists. 49. W. Whiston, Astronomical Principles of Religion, Natural and Revealed (London, 1717). 50. N. A. ... . C. Blegen, Troy and the Trojans (London, 1963), pp. 69, 70. 66. C. F. Schaeffer, Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (Oxford, 1948), p. 225. 67. Ibid., p. 535. 68. Ibid., pp. 555 ff ...
250. Catastrophism and Anthropology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review (1994) "Proceedings of the 1993 Cambridge Conference" Home | Issue Contents Catastrophism and Anthropology The Influence of Neo-Catastrophism on the Interpretation of Flood Rituals and Ceremonies Benny Josef Peiser School of Human Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University Introduction Only 150 years ago, most of Europe's leading scholars were convinced that ... ; D. V. Ager: The New Catastrophism (Cambridge, 1993). 51. C. F. A. Schaeffer: Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidental (Oxford, 1948); cf. G. Heinsohn: Destruction Layers in Archaeological Sites. The Stratigraphy of Armageddon', in M. Zysman ...
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