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... and holy ones. Once he heard the call addressed to him: "Enoch, thou scribe of justice, go unto the watchers of the heavens, who have left the high heavens, the eternal place of holiness, defiling themselves with women, doing as men do, taking wives unto themselves, and casting themselves into the arms of destruction upon earth. Go and proclaim unto them that they shall find neither peace nor pardon. For every time they take joy in their offspring, they shall see the violent death of their sons, and sigh over the ruin of their children. They will pray and supplicate evermore, but never shall they attain to mercy or peace. ...
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... knew not whether to ride upon it or merely to hold fast to it. Then suddenly the mouth of the cloud flew open, and he entered into it, and walked about in the firmament as a man walks about on earth. Then he met Kemuel, the porter, the angel who is in charge of twelve thousand angels of destruction, who are posted at the portals of the firmament. He spoke harshly to Moses, saying: "What dost thou here, son of Amram, on this spot, belonging to the angels of fire?" Moses answered: "Not of my own impulse do I come here, but with the permission of the Holy One ...
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473. Extinction. Ch.14 Extinction (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... involved. Though man was on the scene of the final perishing, his was not, then, the appetite nor the capacity for such giant slaughter."6 And because of the wholesale and rapid extermination of fauna, "it seems impossible to attribute the phenomenon to the unaided efforts of man."7 "Even with the known destructiveness of man, however, it is difficult to visualize how these early hunters, armed with puny flint-tipped spears, could have destroyed enough animals to cause complete extinction. But whatever the actual cause or causes may have been, there is no doubt that the end of the ice masses also saw the end of the exotic animals of the ...
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474. Discussion [Journals] [Aeon]
... to extinction without ever coming close to a 100% kill rate in any local area. The best physical evidence for an inversion would be uniquely related to one, e.g ., formations on earth reminiscent of the tidally-induced bulge or some other mass concentration that enabled a torque to flip Earth or systematic worldwide oceanic and/or coastal destruction caused by accompanying tides and floods. No such evidence exists as Roger Ashton informed me in 1981 (KRONOS X:3 , p. 4) and related in C&C Workshop 1986:1 , p. 5. This is also implicit in the small perturbations in the orbits of artificial satellites. On the other hand, ...
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475. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... "vital airs" had departed or dissipated, "that body of [Yama] began to swell." (76) Does the mytho-historical record have anything more to say about such a whirlpool or nebular cloud? Here we have to exercise great caution because mythology speaks of diverse whirlpools, not the least of which being the whirlpool of destruction into which the Saturnian configuration was said to have ultimately sunk. The mythic whirlpool we are after, therefore, would have to have preceded the creation. Coming immediately to mind is the Egyptian myth of Ptah forming the Saturnian Cosmic Egg on a potter's wheel. (77) Our argument is that such a whirlpool would have lent itself ...
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476. The Cycle of 320 Days [Journals] [Aeon]
... in its flame." [21] It seems possible to identify the tangible evidence of this disaster which followed shortly after the collapse of royal authority in Dynasty 6. In A History of Egypt, Breasted writes that: "[ T ]he magnificent mortuary works of the greatest of the Old Kingdom monarchs fell victim to a carnival of destruction in which many of them were annihilated. The temples were not merely pillaged and violated, but their finest works of art were subjected to systematic and determined vandalism, which shattered the splendid granite and diorite statues of the kings into bits, or hurled them into the well in the monumental gate of the pyramid-causeway." [22] ...
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477. The Cyclic Nature of Ancient Catastrophes [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... (though hardly a festive occasion) also recurs here. Still one further observation should not be overlooked. The calculations of Ron Hatch and myself indicate that in terms of relative astronomical speeds Mars was overtaking the Earth at a rate of about 15,000 miles per hour- maybe 16,000 mph. Perhaps Mars' perigee (the destructive "Angel of the Lord") was 80,000 to 100,000 miles. The record as quoted indicates that the destructive length of time was a portion of three days, about 60 hours. In 60 hours Mars would have traveled from 450,000 miles approaching perigee to 450,000 miles past perigee. The astronomical ...
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478. Introduction C&AH 3rd Proceedings [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Early Bronze. The sixth lecture was by Lester Mitcham. His topic was "A New Interpretation of the Assyrian King List." If there is going to be a chronological revision of the ancient world it is important to understand fully this important document. The penultimate lecture was by Dr. Dorothea Kenny. Her subject was "A Celtic Destruction Myth: Togail Bruidne Da Derga." All the mythologies of the world must be studied to find catastrophic experiences of the ancients. The Irish, as Dr. Kenny shows, had some very comprehensive catastrophe themes. The last lecture was by Dr. Donovan Courville. His topic was "On the Survival of Velikovsky's Thesis in Ages ...
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479. Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol IV No 2. July 1982 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... A Biographical Note Warren Hope 67 Hittites and Phrygians Phillip Clapham 71 The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power Martin Sieff 125 Maturation of Newborn Female Rats Under Elevated Levels of Carbon Dioxide Donald W. Patten 135 Departments Editorial Marvin Arnold Luckerman 66 Interaction Mycenaean Culture : The Shift in Recent Historiography from its Destruction by Invasion to Destruction by Natural Agents , Gunnar Heinsohn and Christoph Marx 151 Letters to the Editor Bookcase Copyright © 1982. Catastrophism and Ancient History. Catastrophism and Ancient History is published twice yearly. Address all correspondence to Marvin Arnold Luckerman, Executive Editor, 3431 Club Drive Los Angeles, California 90064 ISSN 0-733-8058 ...
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480. Cuchulain -- Comet or Meteor? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Irish) myth Táin Bó Cúailnge, [1 ] "The Cattle-raid of Cooley," the final chapter of a series of stories. The first of these, Cophur in da Muccida,[2 ] "The Begetting of the Two Swineherds," tells of two royal swineherds who, after a quarrel, became intent on each other's destruction. In the course of their feud they demolished each other many times, first as swineherds, and then, reincarnated, as ravens; born again, this time as sea monsters, they continued fighting, and again as warriors, then as "demons," and afterwards as "worms" (i .e . huge dragonlike ...
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