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... to consider Wallace Thornhill's alternative explication of this prodigy as a sustained plasma discharge in the form of Birkeland current. [132 Van Rhee objects that, had the diameter of this column been vast enough to enable its visibility from a distance, "such a vortex would have caused a continuous storm all over [Earth's northern hemisphere." This destructive quality, he then states, "would certainly have been mentioned by the ancients." And it certainly would have, as it actually is. [133 Also, granted that the column's destructive force would not have encompassed Earth's entire northern hemisphere, there are enough physical indications of its annihilative power in Arctic regions. [134 The description of this axis mundi as "a column of wind," "a mountain of wind," "north wind," "wind of below," "shining column of water or air," and similar designations, accord well with the column's noted characteristics and event-filled antics. Its mythological description as "a luminous column," "a column of fire and light ...
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52. Tiryns [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... not transpire, as is the premise of the revised chronology, the similarity of the friezes is only natural and ceases to be ? very striking.? It has been claimed that the Tiryns bench served as the model for triglyph altars. For the use of the triglyph and metope scheme on temples, a number of Bronze Age buildings and depictions of buildings with the triglyph and rosette frieze higher up are cited as prototypes. 11 Among these structures is the Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae. The position of the triglyph scheme above the columns (Fig. 4) is particularly notable, as this arrangement of Doric-like frieze surmounting Doric-like columns is set centuries before the Doric order was ? invented ? in the 7th century. While this might remind one somewhat of a Doric temple facade, the chronological gap is hard to explain. We now come to a very thorny problem at Tiryns. The upper town was gutted by a fire dated ca. 1200 B.C. Did the palace on the citadel miraculously escape the conflagration? Many archaeologists have noted and been struck by the ...
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53. Aeon Volume I, Number 5: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... nebular hypothesis, offer an altemative model of planetary evolution. Page 98 Aeon Volume 1, Number 5 CONTRIBUTORS Ev Cochrane has devoted the past nine years to catastrophist research. He is an Associate Editor of KRONOS and a frequent contributor to that journal. Dwardu Cardona, a Senior Editor of the journal KRONOS, has also published in Topper, The Ubyssey, Pensée, 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 and The Long Day of Joshua. David Talbott was the publisher of Pensée magazine's series Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered." He is the author of The Saturn Myth. Samuel Windsor is a consulting engineer in private practice and is a contributor to Catastrophism and Ancient History. AEON-- A Symposium on Myth and Science In the pages of this symposium-- AEON- ...
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... theory on the origin of the Earth's magnetic field. PAGE 83 CARL SAGAN AND IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY (Advert) PACIFIC MERIDIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY (Advert) Aeon Volume II, Number 3 CONTRIBUTORS Dwardu Cardona, former Senior Editor of the journal KRONOS, has also written for various other publications. Ev Cochrane has devoted the past nine years to catastrophist research. He was an Associate Editor of KRONOS and a frequent contributor to that journal. Fred Jueneman, an analytic chemist, served as an Associate Editor of Kronos and remains a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Gunnar Heinsohn, Professor of Social Sciences at the University of Bremen in Germany, is the author of Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. Benny Peiser is an historian of ancient sport at the University of Frankfort/M. For the last five years he has studied Greek chronology with special emphasis upon the history and significance of the Olympic games. 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 and The Long Day ...
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... Discussion Leroy Ellenberger, David Salkeld, Derek Shelley-Pearce, Dwardu Cardona, Samuel Windsor, James McCanney, and Ev Cochrane. PAGE 83 Aeon Volume II, Number 5 CONTRIBUTORS Dwardu Cardona, former Senior Editor of the journal KRONOS, has also written for various other publications. Ev Cochrane has devoted the past eleven years to catastrophist research. He served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS and was a frequent contributor to that journal. Fred Jueneman, an analytic chemist, served as an Associate Editor with KRONOS and remains a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Gunnar Heinsohn, Professor of Social Sciences at the University of Bremen in Germany, is the author of Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. William Stiebing is a professor of history at the University of New Orleans. He is the author of numerous publications, including Ancient Astronauts, Cosmic Collisions, and Out of the Desert. AEON-- A Symposium on Myth and Science In the pages of this symposium-- AEON-- we present a continuing discussion of unusual theories about man, the earth and ...
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56. News C&C Review 2001:1 [SIS C&C Review $]
... the physics of Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision scenario and concludes that, contrary to previous analyses, there are no fundamental objections. Trevor Palmer and Steve Mitchell return to the question of whether centuries can be removed from the medieval Dark Ages and find fundamental problems with the proposals of Niemitz and Fomenko. Bob Johnson's analysis of Mayan calendars looks at the curiosity of the 260 day cycle. Eric Aitchison returns to Assyrian history and Jesse Lasken to the Sothic cycle. The regular 'Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology', 'Monitor' and 'Bookshelf' columns each contain bumper amounts of interesting information, thanks to the efforts of Jill Abery and Bob Porter. There is also a bumper collection of reviews, including a review of Trevor Palmer's Controversy: Catastrophism and Revolution, The Crystal Sun by Robert Temple, Charles Ginenthal's Electro-Gravitic Theory and Emmett Sweeney's The Pyramid Age. News Society for Interdisciplinary Studies AGM The 2001 SIS AGM will be held on Saturday 5th May at The University of London Union, Malet Street, London from 11am-5pm. The afternoon speaker will be David Rohl, who will ...
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... the original tablet, before the omens were added, may have followed a different pattern. It would have been perfectly natural for the astronomer-priests to enter up in one vertical column the dates of the first cycle of observations as they were taken, and then start a fresh column for the second cycle. If their interest was astronomical, rather than astrological, it would be the obvious thing to do. Rose and Vaughan may have been nearer the mark than they think. Perhaps I might be excused for reading more into their parallel columns than had been intended. John D. Weir Edinburgh, Scotland "NOT TO BE BELIEVED"?- A FURTHER REPLY TO WEIR LYNN E. ROSE AND RAYMOND C. VAUGHAN Copyright (c) 1987 by Lynn E. Rose and Raymond C. Vaughan Weir continues to insist that Huber "did establish the astronomical date" of the Venus observations. He explains that what he meant by this was "a date arrived at by retrocalculation". But that is how we took him in the first place. Weir still ...
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... KRONOS, Catastrophism and Ancient History, and the SIS Workshop. He received his doctorate at the State University of Bowling Green, where his dissertation was entitled The "Jewish Science" of Immanuel Velikovsky: Culture and Biography as Ideational Determinants. Frederic B. Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytical chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R&D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research& Development. Lynn Rose is a Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is the author of numerous publications, including Aristotle's Syllogistic. Charles Ginenthal, now retired, formerly taught science to the handicapped in New York City. He is the author of Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky. Leroy Ellenberger, formerly Senior Editor and Executive Secretary for KRONOS, is a chemical engineer with graduate degrees in finance and operations research. Since 1984 he has been an outspoken critic of Velikovsky. Warner ...
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... , Catastrophism and Ancient History, and the SIS Workshop. He received his doctorate at the State University of Bowling Green, where his dissertation was entitled The "Jewish Science" of Immanuel Velikovsky: Culture and Biography as Ideational Determinants. Frederic B. Jueneman, is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R&D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Brad Aaronson, currently resides in Israel. A student of ancient history, particularly as it applies to the debate over Velikovsky's historical reconstruction, Mr. Aaronson has also published in KRONOS and SISR. Gunnar Heinsohn, professor of social sciences at the University of Bremen in Germany, is the author of Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. Herbert A. Storck, currently serves as editor for Catastrophism and Ancient History. Ian C. Johnson, currently serves as science editor of the Canadian Society of Interdisciplinary Studies ...
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... Biography as Ideational Determinants. Gunnar Heinsohn, professor of social sciences at the University of Bremen in Germany, is the author of Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. He has devoted the past decade to a detailed reconstruction of ancient history. Frederic B. Jueneman, is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R& D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. AEON-- A Symposium on Myth and Science In the pages of this journal-- AEON-- we present a continuing discussion of unusual theories about man, the earth and the heavens. More than one of the theories presented here will challenge deeply-held premises of modern scientific thought, while offering new vistas in the quest for knowledge. Under the present topic, "The Planets in Ancient Myth and Religion," we explore the evidence for global catastrophes and interplanetary upheaval in the recent past, ...
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