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... be about 1.3km/s at 300 K and 1.5km/s at 400 K. Aerodynamic drag at supersonic speed can be calculated from the expression 0.5 [rho] V2 A, where [rho] is the density of the gas, V is the velocity relative to the gas and A is the effective cross section area. Two parameters have yet to be decided upon: the effective cross section area of Venus and the density of the cloud. When estimating the effective cross-section area of Venus, we must remember that Venus was once surrounded by an extended atmospheric envelope. THE EXTENDED ATMOSPHERE When Venus left Jupiter, as posited by Velikovsky, it ...
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212. Hittites and Phrygians [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... prince Arnuwandus and the general, Zidash. The siege of the Hittite army was first lifted and then Carchemish was taken. (d ) Carchemish was an Assyrian stronghold, Shalmaneser III establishing a marriage treaty with Sangara, "his daughter with her large dowry and 100 daughters of his nobles. . . ." 89 Carchemish controlled the Euphrates crossing and as far as Assyria was concerned it was the key to Syria (and we may note that historians presume Carchemish remained in Assyrian hands through the next few reigns, by reason that Assyrian annals do not record its loss). The strategic importance of Carchemish is outlined by noting that it became the seat of the Hittite Viceroy of ...
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213. When the Sea Flooded Britain [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of all the English river systems and consequently the most difficult to tame and manage. Excavations at Hemmington, on the borders of Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, have shown that the river was bridged at this point in medieval times but the river was constantly changing its course, requiring much rebuilding [39]. This was almost certainly not the first crossing point and, because it was bridged then, we can infer that the first fording point was much further inland. Hemmington is about 25m OD. There is some archaeological evidence to suggest that the tideway reached this far inland [40]. Therefore, it is perhaps no coincidence that the raiding army of the Vikings over-wintered at Repton ...
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214. The Great Comet Venus [Journals] [Aeon]
... , and of the departing "soul". (The reader will find many examples in the remaining installments.) Are these widely dispersed recollections of Venus as soul-bird different from the universal myth declaring that the great king's or chief's soul appeared in the sky as a comet? Though the issue will not be resolved in a few paragraphs, cross referencing will suggest potentially fruitful lines of inquiry. It is certainly of interest, for example, that the Babylonians employed the phrase "winged star" for the comet. (44) Additionally, as we will see, it is when Venus as soul-bird spreads its wings that the cometary images are most emphatic. FEATHERED SERPENT Figure 5 ...
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... under thee to make money; I wanted to acquire wisdom. Pray, take back thy money, and teach me wisdom instead." Solomon thereupon imparted the following three rules of conduct to him: "When thou travellest abroad, set out on thy journey with the dawn and turn in for the night before darkness falls; do not cross a river that is swollen; and never betray a secret to a woman." The man quickly overtook his brothers, but he confided nothing to them of what he had learned from Solomon. They journeyed on together. At the approach of the ninth hour three hours after noon they reached a suitable spot in which to spend the ...
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... the 16,000-odd miles of the four Earth-radii at which Zysman would have his spherical canopy, reaching to 40,000 miles from the Earth's surface on the sunward side and as much as 240,000 miles above the sunless hemisphere. I very much doubt that Zysman can have his charged canopy lower than these limits because charged particles cannot cross, let alone penetrate, magnetic lines- vide the stream of charged particles from the Sun which opens up on encountering Earth's field and only comes together again once it has passed the field. (Those few particles which are trapped within the funnels of the magnetosphere, as mentioned above, "slide" down outside the magnetic lines. ...
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217. Sidelights on Velikovsky's 'Ages in Chaos' [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... 866-860 Shamshiadad V 823-811 Baalmanzer II* 860-840 Shamuramat (Semiramis) 810-807 Matan-Baal Adadnirari III 810-793 Abimilki (Pygmalion)** 832-785 *In my article, "Pygmalion, Prince of Tyre, and the El-Amarna Correspondence" (Kronos, Vol. ii, August 1976, 82), out of deference to the authority of Prof. Frank Cross, Jr., Harvard University, and William Langer's Encyclopedia of World History, the statement was made "Sometime after the death of Mattan-Baal's father Baalazor- Shalmaneser III came to fight Hazael, the king of Damascus, at Mount Shenir opposite Lebanon." Originally my article, out of regard for the veracity of the royal secretaries ...
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218. The Stream Surrounding the Earth [Journals] [SIS Review]
... first arisen out of the primordial flood, Nun, and existed alone in the abyss of waters [35]. For thou hast set a Nile in heaven, that it may .. . make waves up on the mountains like the great green sea'. He is the deity of the disc, the circle-maker, the one who crossed the abyss, bridged the void, and completed the circle. In the Pyramid Texts, I am the outflow of the Primaeval Flood, he who emerged from the waters. I extended everywhere .. . I bent right around myself, I was encircled in my coils' [36]. Amon is the creator of all things ...
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... and beyond the bright morning sky, her eyes seemed to behold in the cosmos the reflection of the violence and terror of her world. On the street her course had been unpredictable; like an errant cosmic particle she had weakly bumped into pedestrians, some had collided with her, and others had sought to get out of her way, crossing her route so close to her frail frame that she stumbled slightly every time she halted to avoid them. To her, passersby were nothing more than intruders upon the sphere of her sanctity; they were stinging human gadflies - potential molesters and purse-snatchers. The street, as the heavens, had no complacent order; neither uniformity nor predictability ...
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... , of a deus ignotus, with the central heavens-deity, as depicted in Ptah. De Groot9gives a full account of the festival and pilgrimages at Amoy to Keh-sing-ong = Kwoh sing wang, a deity with one hanging leg, who was found dead on a tree on the top of a mountain. Another legend says he was ascending, seated cross legged, into the heavens, when his mother, catching him by one foot, "pulled his leg," which therefore remained pendant. He also appears as a white-eyed white horseman, with a white flag,on a white horse. This is celestial. His legend (like Ptah's too; curiously enough; and compare FitzGerald's ...
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