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31. New Archaeological Dates for the Israelite Conquest Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... to the thirteenth century B.C . (based primarily on the reference in Exodus 1:11 to the city of Ra'amses, which is almost certainly to be identified with Per-Ramesses, capital of Ramesses II). Both of these dates fall within the Late Bronze Age according to the conventional archaeological chronology for Palestine. Excavations have shown that destructions did occur at the end of the Late Bronze Age at Lachish, Bethel, Hazor, and Dan, all of which were conquered by the Israelites, according to the Bible (see Figure 1). But other cities (some of which play important roles in the biblical narratives of the conquest)- Kadesh-Barnea, Arad, Hormah ...
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32. The Archangels [Journals] [Kronos]
... the time.(2 ) James E. Strickling, while stressing Jupiter's activity during this period, left the issue undecided in that he could not come to a conclusion as to whether the discharge issued from Jupiter or its "devilish daughter"(3 )- Athene/Venus. Martin Sieff seems to have had no doubts that the destruction was caused by Venus.(4 ) Brendan O'Gheoghan has also favored Venus,(4a) while Patten, et al. have blamed every Biblical catastrophe - with the exception of the Noachian Deluge- on the recurrent fly-bys of Mars.(5 ) Obviously, the above hypotheses cannot all be correct. It behooves us, therefore ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 135  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0802/021arch.htm
33. Commemoration Of The 2300bc Event [Journals] [SIS Review]
... It was commemorated by people all over the Earth for thousands of years and is even commemorated today, though the meaning has dimmed with time. The present paper covers: 1. the likelihood of an intense encounter with the Taurid stream, 2. the likelihood of a frightening light and sound show, 3. the likelihood of death and destruction due to flooding accompanying the meteor fall and 4. the likelihood of the event being remembered. The Likelihood of an Intense Encounter with the Taurid Stream The Taurids are a large meteoroid stream but their current density and arrival rate is low - one-tenth of some other streams. This is blamed on the fact that their orbital planes lie close ...
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34. Maimonides And Spinoza, The Exegetes, Part 2 Mars Ch.1 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... belief in the Creation is a fundamental principle of Jewish religion, "but we do not consider it a principle of our faith that the Universe will again be reduced to nothing"; "it depends on His will," and "it is therefore possible that He willl preserve the Universe for ever"; "the belief in the destruction is not necessarily implied in the belief in the Creation." "We agree with Aristotle in one half of his theory. . . The opinion of Aristotle is that the Universe being permanent and indestructible, is also eternal and without beginning." With this theophilosophic approach to the problem at large, Maimonides was averse to finding any ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 134  -  03 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/worlds/2015-maimonides.htm
... scale when conducting their excavations and in compiling their reports. This objection is significant because there was a notable dissenter among the elite of archaeology in the person of the late Claude Schaeffer, who was best known as the excavator of Ugarit. Schaeffer believed that catastrophic events had laid waste large areas of the ancient Near East, and that the destructions had been contemporaneous. His Stratigraphie Comparee et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale(1 ) should, because of these conclusions, have been regarded as an epochal work. Instead, it was largely ignored. No notable archaeologist took up the challenge to do a detailed reexamination of his conclusions. It has only been more recently that catastrophist publications have ...
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36. A Brief Response to Marvin Luckerman [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... While agreeing with me in identifying the collapse of Palestine's Middle Bronze Age cities with the Hebrew Conquest under Joshua, he says: "Dr. Bimson goes on to state, however, that the Hyksos cannot be in the MB II C. With this I disagree. If the end of MB II C is the time of the Joshua destruction(s ), then that should mean that the Hyksos had been ruling Egypt and probably Canaan for at least the forty years comprising the period of wandering in the desert .. . because the Hyksos entered Egypt at the time of the Exodus." This supposed disagreement does not really exist. I have never denied that the Hyksos ...
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37. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of the bones of hearths that have lent evidence of the ecology, cuisine, and religious ceremonies of early human groups. Overall calcination has sometimes, with less than complete evidence, been interpreted as the work of torch-bearing invaders. For example, James Melaart uses the convenient phrase "Whether by accident or by enemy action" to describe the destructive combustion of Troy IIg [4 ]. Earthquakes, too are invoked with some frequency, although a determination that a fire is an effect of an earthquake is by no means simple. On rare occasions, where there exists a historical record such as Pliny the Younger's description of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D ., ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 126  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/burning/ch02.htm
... Implications of an Ultra Low Chronology', Agypten und Levante III [1992], pp. 19-21) and gave dates of 1664-1622BC for Hammurabi, thus about 30 years later than Gasche et al's new book. Rohl in Test of Time followed W Mitchell's astro-calculations giving Hammurabi as 1565-1522 (pp. 243-7). Carbon Dating the Nebuchadnezzar' Destruction Horizon I have long advocated down-dating the so-called Nebuchadnezzar destructions in Jerusalem, Philistia and various other locations to some point well into the Persian period. A promising time for a wave of destructions appeared to be the wars of the 4th century BC, late in the Persian period and over two centuries after Nebuchadnezzar. This seemed to be confirmed ...
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39. Jupiter - God of Abraham (Part III) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VIII No. 1 (Fall 1982) Home | Issue Contents Jupiter - God of Abraham (Part III)Dwardu Cardona Copyright (C ) 1982 by Dwardu Cardona 12. The Cataclysm According to Jewish legend, the destruction of the cities of the plain did not come without warning. For quite a few years prior to the calamity, the land had been shaken by earthquakes. "For fifty-two years God had warned the godless; He had made mountains to quake and tremble."(161) A few days before - or possibly even the very morning of - the catastrophe, (162) the day turned "exceedingly hot", ...
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... " every 13+ years (hence the superstition) with greater effects, both visual and physical, occurring every fourth cycle, i.e . every 53/54 years, but for the sake of brevity we will omit some of the interim events except where crucially important (e .g . the 13+ year period between the destruction of Jericho and the "standing still of the sun" 1412/1399 B.C .) . The following theses are by no means complete and are meant to provide only a skeleton on which the true flesh of history can be built without anachronisms, so-called "dark ages," and ad hoc explanations which permeate much of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 123  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/cat-anc/vol0801/69new.htm
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