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... The Wars Of The Jews Or The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem Book I CONTAINING THE INTERVAL OF ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS. FROM THE TAKING OF JERUSALEM BY ANTIOCHUS EPIPHANES, TO THE DEATH OF HEROD THE GREAT. CHAPTER 1.HOW THE CITY JERUSALEM WAS TAKEN, AND THE TEMPLE PILLAGED [BY ANTIOCHUS EPIPHANES]. AS ALSO CONCERNING THE ACTIONS OF THE MACCABEES, MATTHIAS AND JUDAS; AND CONCERNING THE DEATH OF JUDAS. 1. AT the same time that Antiochus, who was called Epiphanes, had a quarrel with the sixth Ptolemy about his right to the whole country of Syria, a great sedition fell among the men of power in Judea, and they ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 40  -  31 Jan 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/josephus/war-1.htm
... an approaching earthquake-it begins with a sudden and violent crash, a blast which strikes terror in the heart of everyone. The mountain is invariably at such a moment concealed by a great black or sulphurous cloud. Accompanying such a blast there is an earthquake which may continue intermittently for days, but usually earthquakes accompanying an eruption are nothing like so destructive as earthquakes without. The crash opens the crater and by no means the pre-existing crater, or craters, for as likely as not a new orifice is formed, and the eruption begins. A continuous hollow rumbling sound similar to the roaring of the ocean during a heavy gale is only interrupted by violent detonations. The smoke increases rapidly ...
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... East. Dr. Velikovsky brushes this matter aside by saying the following: Joel, Micah and Amos warned in similar terms of "a day of thick darkness" and "the day dark with night." Astronomers, who thought that all this refers to a common eclipse of the Sun, wondered: "From -763 down to the destruction of the First Temple in -586, no total eclipse was visible in Palestine." They took it for granted that the Earth revolves along exactly the same orbit and on a slowly rotating axis, and so they questioned: Why did the prophets speak of eclipses when there were none? However, other descriptions of the world catastrophe in ...
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... in the scheme of the Infinite and human life in the bulk a matter which does not bear on the subject of the evolution of worlds at all. Hence it remains for intelligent human beings to understand as far as possible the principle of meteorism and to avoid building towns, or clustering in too great numbers in regions where at any moment destruction a colossal scale may fall. The city of Messina, lying northeast of Etna, is a case in point. It is like a man standing in front Of a target at which marksmen are aiming. It has suffered often, and will again, but if it were removed to a site, say 10 miles west, it ...
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255. Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... on this map. Had "the framers of the map" seen "the mountain sites" and drawn "their own conclusion," why would they not have included all of them in their mosaic? The strength of this evidence lies precisely in that, out of the five cities, the only one identified was the one that escaped destruction. That they identified Zoar, and only Zoar, pinpointing it at the location of the present Safi ruins, is not, therefore, without significance. The reason Sieff cannot accept the ruins in question as being those of the biblical Pentapolis is because their destruction has been dated to somewhere between 2300 and 2350 B.C .13 ...
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... the prophecy of Jeremiah foretelling the return of Israel to the Holy Land. The Temple was still in ruins, and Ahasuerus was convinced that the Jewish kingdom would never again be restored. Needless to say, it was not Jeremiah who erred. Not with the accession of King Nebuchadnezzar had the prophet's term of years begun, but with the destruction of Jerusalem. Reckoned in this way, the seventy years of desolation were at an end exactly at the time when Darius, the son of Ahasuerus, permitted the rebuilding of the Temple. (5 ) Beside this mistaken cause for a celebration, there were reasons personal to Ahasuerus why he desired to give expression to joy. A ...
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257. The Exo-Synchronous Molecular Evolutionary Clock [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... it was driven by and synchronised with extraterrestrial upsets, I wish to propose a theory concerning the clock and also its relationship with physiological evolution. The clock theory is of two parts: firstly, the effect of each fundamental episode on the DNA molecules of surviving life was of approximately equal size, independent of the episode's degree of radiation and destruction above a certain threshold level. Secondly, the average clock rate was in close proportion to the fundamental episode frequency, again independent of the magnitude of particular episodes. The clock rate at silent coding sites would have coincided with variations in episode frequency rate from the time when life began. The degree of linearity of the frequency of the ...
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... every living being in St. Pierre was killed outright by the track of the meteor which struck the mountain, and the remainder passed just over the city and plunged into the harbour where the sea became boiling and all shipping was also destroyed. If the authorities had understood the science of meteorism they would have evacuated St. Pierre which invited destruction as it lay southwest of the volcano. The destruction of St. Pierre, [as Professor Hale, the well-known American astronomer said at the time in one of the Hearst journals which sent him to investigate the cause of the disaster,] was just the same as the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah and hundreds of other cities, ...
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259. Alfred de Grazia's Grazian Archive [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... printings remain in varying numbers, and a few titles are on floppy disks. A brief description of some of these publications are below here, together with their price (check on postage). Burning of Troy. A host of essays on quantavolution, scientific idiocies, and numerous penetrations of subjects such as the Paleolithic Caves, the exo-terrestrial destruction of Troy, the sacred Irish origins of O.K ., and the 600-year gap in Roman history. ($ 20.00 book, $9 .00 FD.) Chaos and Creation. First of the Quantavolution series, it is a predecessor of many ideas and reports engendered over the past fifteen years. It is ...
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260. Phaėthon, Part 1 Venus Ch.7 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... ship to the gods and prayers."(5 ) "The earth bursts into flame, the highest parts first, and splits into deep cracks, and its moisture is all dried up. The meadows are burned to white ashes; the trees are consumed, green leaves and all, and the ripe grain furnishes fuel for its own destruction. . . . Great cities perish with their walls, and the vast conflagration reduces whole nations to ashes." "The woods are ablaze with the mountains. . . . Aetna is blazing boundlessly . . . and twin-peaked Parnassus . . . . Nor does its chilling clime save Scythia; Caucasus bums . . . and the ...
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