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... inform, the Levites and the women, the Israelites would have totalled between 20 and 25 thousand. Moving as an army (Ex. 12:17) five abreast they would have formed a column about 4 miles long. Nursing mothers, sheep and cattle move slowly: at 1 mph the column would take 4 to 6 hours to cross the Sea of Passage, consistent with the biblical record and common sense. But who could have organised this vast rabble to move as an army? How and when did they do it? In Antiquities of the Jews the Jewish historian Josephus says Moses was: educated with great care' under Pharaoh's daughter (royal princes were trained in ...
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72. Erratic Events in the Solar System [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , varying the initial conditions, was that in nearly all cases the orbital deflections in a period of a few hundred years were relatively minor, causing small variations in the time per revolution and the eccentricity of the orbits of both bodies. The chances of an encounter closer than 1 million km were estimated mathematically (relating to the angle between crossing paths) and this was supported by the results obtained by the computer. The programs apply to bodies moving in the same plane and when the orbital planes are at an angle the chances of close encounters are even smaller. Electricity and magnetism in astronomy It is evident that attempts to explain erratic events involving Solar System orbits must include forces ...
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... definite hours of service to the one different from those assigned to the other. This made it clear that they intended to perpetrate a dark deed in common. (90) The two conspirators sought to escape the legitimate punishment for their dastardly deed by ending their own life. But their intention was frustrated, and they were nailed to the cross. (91) HAMAN THE JEW-BAITER The conspiracy of Bigthan and Teresh determined the king never again to have two chamberlains guard his person. Henceforward he would entrust his safety to a single individual, and he appointed Haman to the place. This was an act of ingratitude toward Mordecai, who, as the king's savior, had the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 38  -  05 Jan 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/legends/vol4/p12.html
74. Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts (A Crustal Deformation Theory) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... of millions of years.) Orbit crossroads placed in space. Each flyby distance of Mars varied, because the planets Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune warped the orbit of Mars in various directions and amounts from flyby to flyby. Thus, these three planets altered the place in space where the two orbits intersected. They could alter the orbit crossing place and the flyby distance by an estimated 50,000 to 60,000 miles. Resonance slot. In the Catastrophic Era, the Earth had a 92.25-million mile orbit radius, not today's 93.0-million miles. (This "slot" in space puts the Earth's orbit in a 12:1 orbit timing resonance with ...
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... . Fishermen found themselves summoned in due turn at the dead of night by mysterious soft taps on the door, and, although no one was visible, they were impelled by some irresistible impulse to dress and proceed to their boats.1 These were weighted down to the gunwales by an invisible cargo of ghosts. The fishermen raised sail and crossed the sea to the western shores of Britain, where the spirits disembarked, the lightened barques rose in the water, and the living could hear the names and dignities of their passengers being called out by muffled voices.2 Although Gibbon affects to sneer at this account of Procopius, whose erudition and judgment he elsewhere praises, such beliefs ...
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... is doubtful if OK and MK Egyptian chronology would ever have been effectively challenged. ' He concludes his introduction by acknowledging that the reconstruction he is presenting is little more than skeletal in outline'. He accepts that he will have made some mistakes that will need correcting, but believes that the general outline presented here will stand any amount of cross examination'. To summarise, he has selected evidence to show how the Pyramid Age of Egypt, the Age of the Judges in Israel and the Age of Heroes in Greece all end within a few decades of 700BC. He then promises a further work to show how all of Egypt's history from Dynasty 18 to Dynasty 30 can be ...
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... were not uniform was already known. Such at least seems to be the opinion of Winckler, and certainly is that of Hommel.9 11. In order to pass from the upper half of the earth to its under half, that is, from the abode of living men to the abode of the dead, it was necessary to cross a body of water which on every side separated the two abodes. * Dawn of Civilization, p. 544. Cf. Robert Spence Hardy, Legends and Theories of the Buddhists, London, 1866, pp. 85-89 ;L . A. Waddell, The Buddhism of Thibet, 1895, p. 78. Winckler, p ...
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... that I want to leave you with is that if we are looking down on the plane of the Milky Way, that is of our Galaxy, what we know about is that we are dealing with a Galaxy with spiral structure, if the Sun is about here, we picture the Sun as moving in a huge orbit , and it crosses these spiral arms, and each time we cross these spiral arms, the comets get all jumbled up. In fact, we emerge from the spiral arm carrying a new band of comets in really quite jumbled up orbits, and the result is that this gives rise to a regular cascade of new comets coming into the inner parts of ...
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79. Noah's Vessel: 24,000 Deadweight Tons [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... actual bilge radius may well have been sharper (less) or the stem and stern profile radii greater (or non-circular). These dimensions also roughly reflect the form later Egyptian boat builders employed. They are similar to the form used by reed raft builders in both South America and North Africa. Although a sharper bilge radius (more rectangular cross section) would increase dead weight by adding volume to the hull, the price paid would be a jerky ride. This discomfort in severe weather isn't worth the gain in cargo capacity, so I made no attempt to persuade myself or my reader that we should leave tradition and assume unusually sharp bilge radii. Moreover, the presence, ...
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... it. There yet survives an old line of standing stones which used to mark in ancient times the track to the ferry for Iona.1 Such stones indicated a sacred site, as in the case of Avebury. The little isle is said to have possessed originally a colonnade of 360 engraved stones, of which only two survive, Maclean's Cross (St. Martin's Cross, near the Cathedral, is more modem and cannot be included), and a second at Inverary Castle. The disappearance of these relics must be charged to the Covenanters in 1561, who in their furious zeal against "Popery" destroyed priceless objects of antiquity which they regarded as idolatrous. These worthies invaded ...
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