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... wanted to conceal the Israelitish spies, Phinehas calmed her with the words: "I am a priest, and priests are like angels, visible when they wish to be seen, invisible when they do not wish to be seen." (13) After the return of the spies, Joshua decided to pass over the Jordan. The crossing of the river was the occasion for wonders, the purpose of which was to clothe him with authority in the eyes of the people. Scarcely had the priests, who at this solemn moment took the place of the Levites as bearers of the Ark, set foot in the Jordan, when the waters of the river were piled up ...
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... but later it was taken over by the Midianites as a tented shrine, the outline is still the same, except it has this tent cover over it.- This is the sophisticated Midianite painted pottery, here is a bird design at the bottom and a criss-cross trellis pattern above, then there are zigzags, very common, circles, crosses and parallel lines.- This is a small Egyptian amulet and here are some faience tabs with cartouches of Ramses II, IV; Seti I, Ramses III, IV, Seti II, Ramses V. There is one exception to this rule that the cartouches date from Seti I to Ramses V, at least a possible exception, ...
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... by people who possessed "rude pillars, circles, and who erected kistvaens, rock-basins [logan stones], and dolmens, all monuments common to Cornwall and Wales". All this granite region was evidently sacred to Hercules, after whom Tintagel Head was called Promontorium Heraclei, and where stand the ruins of King Arthur's castle. The granite crosses over to Brittany, where at Carnac hundreds of granite pillars were set up by the ancients. In the Wicklow Mountains, related geologically to Cornwall, exists a mass of solid granite. That the god Hercules played an important part in the early cult of stone-worship may explain why Cornwall possessed so many relics of stone idols and the like ...
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174. The Scars Of Mars Part II [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... . These are (1 ) run-off channels like Ma'adim Valles, (2 ) fretted channels, and (3 ) outflow channels. Run-off Channels: This type of channel has tributaries upstream, which collect into an ever-larger river bed. Run-off channels empty perhaps into a lake, an ocean, a sea, or a gulf. Ma'adim Valles crosses 10 degrees of latitude in the southern equatorial region of Mars, and is a run-off channel. Another example is Nirgal Valles, which is about 375 miles long also. Fretted (Interlaced) Channels: Interlaced stream beds usually flow on a flat floor, with steep edges or rims. Sometimes such rivers flowed into a crater and out ...
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175. Pole-Shift [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , and 8.] Dr. Einstein said yes, but he wondered how an equilibrium of force would be created? Mr. Campbell pointed out that two equal and opposite pressures would arise, since, at the same time, on opposite sides of the globe, two opposite sectors or quadrants of the earth's crust would be attempting to cross the equatorial bulge. Dr. Einstein agreed that this was reasonable, but raised the question of the behavior of the semiliquid underlayer of the bulge, under pressure from the rigid crust. After some discussion it was agreed that this underlayer, despite its lack of strength, would not be displaced, because of the effect of the centrifugal ...
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... the present era. The world was in a tumultuous state. Terrifying portents were seen in the sky and were followed by great perturbations such as earthquakes and other disturbances. The nations of the ancient East were in turmoil, and armies marched along military roads, engaging one another in strife and wars. Peoples from the steppes of the north crossed mountain barriers and transgressed the boundaries of states. Civilian unrest flared up in many places. On the eve of these developments, at the end of the ninth century, the glorious Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt had come to an end and the house of Akhnaton degenerated and was extirpated. For only a short time did Akhnaton's residence city, ...
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177. Galactic Domains, G Fluctuations and Geomagnetic Reversals [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... would give an indication of the speed of theEarth relative to the domain system. Concklin (1969) has shown that our planet moves at about 160 km/s relative to cosmic background radiation. The Earth has a diameter of 12,750 km and so would traverse a domain boundary in 80 seconds for a normal interception. An oblique crossing would mean that it would sit astride two domains for a rather longer period. A weakening of G between the Earth's matter for such a period would have a violent effect upon the crust. Earth rotation combined with the relaxation of the gravitational force would accentuate the surface non-uniformities and cause an eastwest shift of the crustal substance. There would ...
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... cruelty was this, that he hoped the Jews might perhaps yield at that sight, out of fear lest they might themselves afterwards be liable to the same cruel treatment. So the soldiers, out of the wrath and hatred they bore the Jews, nailed those they caught, one after one way, and another after another, to the crosses, by way of jest, when their multitude was so great, that room was wanting for the crosses, and crosses wanting for the bodies. (19) 2. But so far were the seditious from repenting at this sad sight, that, on the contrary, they made the rest of the multitude believe otherwise; for ...
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... " A number of comments on this: (i )Verse 7-8: Notice again that the events are associated only with God's appearance at Sinai: "and all his works gathered together to behold the Lord when he ordained a covenant with the Children of Israel". This is not the same thing as having the entire Exodus, the crossing of the Red Sea, the wandering in the desert and the approach to Sinai take place against an impersonal catastrophic backdrop. Again, as pointed out earlier, the events of Sinai are not related as catastrophes' at all, but as the symbolic accompaniments of the presence of God; as special effects'. Notice here how they ...
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... name of Kenath returned again. [868] It was among the possessions of these two and a half tribes also that Moses shortly before his death founded the cities of refuge. Moses in this instance illustrates the proverb, "Whosoever loves pious deeds, never has enough of them." Although God had told Moses that he would never cross to the other side of the Jordan, he still insisted upon at least determining the site for the asylum in the region of the East Jordan. God gave Moses the law concerning the cities of refuge in accordance with Israel's wish. For the people said to God: "Lord of the world! Thou didst promise us a long ...
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