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... thousands of feet thick. The discipline of Historical Geology attempts to interpret the nature of such processes and events, and to reconstruct the sequence in a model called The Geological Column. The Standard Geological Column ERA PERIOD EPOCH Cenzoic Quaternary Holocene Pleistocene-2 Tertiary Pliocene-5 Miocene-23 Oligocene-37 Eocene-55 Paleocene-65 Mesozoic ... been crushed only in a vise? Such is the uniformitarian response to the geological record. We'll take a closer look at the geological record and its representation in the Geological Column-but let's first indulge in a brief flight of fancy. Thinking the Unthinkable Soon after the publication of his Worlds in Collision in 1950, Immanuel Velikovsky was accused of " ...
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32. A Note on Rockenbach's De Cometis [Journals] [Pensee]
... was at the time the Children of Israel were led (4 ) from Egypt to the Promised Land by a leader and teacher of the route, in daytime by a column of cloud, at night time by a column of fire [as chapters 7, 8, 9, and, 10 succeed in establishing. ]" It will ... , Babylonia, India, in signo capricorni, sub forma rotae, eo tempore, quando filii Israel ex Aegypto in terram promissam, duce ac viae monstratore, per them columna nubis, noctu vero columna ignis, ut cap. 7.8 .9 .10 legitur profecti sunt." This new translation is submitted for the comment of ...
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... and thus, at last, the whole would be choked up with soil. So, it was argued, the Mediterranean had once opened a passage for itself by the Columns of Hercules into the Atlantic ; and perhaps the abundance of sea-shells in Africa, near the Temple of Jupiter Ammon, might also be the deposit of some former inland ... before stated, had, in company with Fortis, examined the Vicentin in 17G6, and confirmed Arduino's views. In 1772, Banks, Solander, and Troil compared the columnar basalt of Hecla with that of the Hebrides. Collini, * I am indebted for this information partly to Messrs. Sedgwick and Murchison, who have investigated ilio country ...
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... much farther, the upright posture is fatiguing, and can be supported only for a limited time, and by aid of the contraction of many muscles. If the vertebral column formed the axis of the human body, and supported the head and all the other parts in equilibrium, then might the upright position be a state of repose : ... crumble down when exposed to rain and sun, and are converted into mounds of ordinary earth and clay, is well known. According to Captain Dangerfield, trap tuff and columnar basalt constitute the rocks in the environs of Oujein, and the volcanic nature of these formations, from which the materials of the bricks were originally derived, may have ...
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... joy of the whole earth" and identified with another obviously cosmic mountain, Tsaphon, in the farthest reaches of the north. Besides, every nation remembered the same cosmic column. The Babylonians called it the Mountain of the World. The Hindus knew it as Meru; the Chinese, Kwen-lun; and the Mexicans, Colhuacan. Always it ... the sun god and bearer of the world wheel, but also the destroyer whose rampage overwhelms the celestial habitation. Yet if the model is correct the same image- the celestial column- will explain the fountain of the deep: the "underworld" waters and world mountain must mean the same thing. This predicted identity, in turn, tells us ...
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36. Thundergods and Thunderbolts [Journals] [Aeon]
... its descent along the shared polar axis. A widespread theme associated with the descent of the warrior-hero was the formation of the World Pillar, the latter conceived as a visual column of ethereal material stretching between Mars and Earth and appearing to support the ancient sun-god. As various war-gods identifiable with the planet Mars are celebrated for upholding the heavens in ... ) As Talbott and I have documented, the form of the axis mundi evolved during the history of the polar configuration. In addition to presenting a pillar-like form or universalis columna, as in Figure 16, a closely related phase saw the axis mundi assuming a spiraling form, commonly interpreted as an undulating serpent or rope stretching across the sky ...
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37. Aeon Volume I, Number 4: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Page 5 Solar System Studies: Part Two Engineer Fred Hall reviews evidence that the Earth once moved in a planetary system much different from the present. Page 16 The Polar Column: A Physical Model of Myth Fred Jueneman, contributing editor for Research and Development, describes a theoretical two-planet system in which the two orbs share a common rotational axis ... Bremen in Germany, is the author of Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. Frederic Jueneman, an analytical chemist, is an associate editor of KRONOS and a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Donald Patten has written over a hundred essays on Earth history and is the author of two books, The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch ...
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... TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents "Professors As Suppressors"ON JULY 3, 1950, Newsweek, in its "National Affairs" pages- the leading section of the magazine- published one column on the outbreak of war in Korea and two columns entitled "Academic Freedom: Professors as Suppressors." It was, as usual, on the stands a few ... outburst of their resentment against an attack on themselves or whether it was an organized campaign last week remained a matter of controversy. In the "New York Post," columnist Leonard Lyons declared that it was an organized campaign and the leader, he said, was Dr. Harlow Shapley, director of the Harvard Observatory and member of the ...
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39. Aeon Volume I, Number 5: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... configuration. Page 38 The Poem of Erra Ev Cochrane examines the Akkadian poem to the famous war god and destroyer, uncovering numerous links to the planet Mars and the celestial column beneath the dwelling of the ancient sun god. Page 66 The Hermes Connection A look at some interesting symbols of the polar column, including the famous caduceous of Hermes ... , The Sourcebook Project, Frontiers of Science, and the SIS Workshop. Frederic Jueneman, an analytical chemist, is an associate editor of KRONOS and a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Donald Patten has written over a dozen essays on Earth history and is the author of two books, The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch ...
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40. Discussion Comments From the Floor [Journals] [Aeon]
... Oort cloud, etc.) than with his geology. Unfortunately, "The Signature of Catastrophe" gets off to a bad start on the subject of "The Geological Column" and "The Standard Geological Column." A geological column is a composite diagram showing the order and, usually, time relationships of rock units for a given ... due to gravity, they are diffused downward, tending to accumulate on top of more dense layers, or ice, below. "The accumulating firn acts like a giant columnar sieve through which the gravitational enrichment can be maintained by molecular diffusion." At a given borehole, the time between the fresh seasonal fall of new snow and its ...
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