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481. The Bonds of the Past [Journals] [Kronos]
... * THE SOCIETY FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES has recently published the third issue of the S.I .S . Review. This particular issue is the largest yet and contains a wide variety of informative material. The leadoff article by John Bimson-"The Conquest of Canaan and the Revised Chronology" - - tackles the vexing problem of Bronze Age site destruction in Palestine. Among other things, the author suggests that the violent end of Middle Bronze Age cities "was caused not by Egyptian armies but by the attacks of the incoming Israelites under the leadership of Joshua. Their destruction is correctly to be dated not in the 16th century BC, as at present, but in the latter part ...
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... 185,000 men (of the army of Sennacherib) occurred before the delayed sunset which was vouchsafed as a sign to King Hezekiah, Immanuel Velikovsky, who has examined the sources with painstaking care, writes: "The rabbinical sources state in a definite manner that the disturbance in the movement of the sun happened on the evening of the destruction of Sennacherib's army by a devouring blast."(7 ) In other words, according to the rabbinical sources cited by Velikovsky, the sequence of events was 1) a disturbance in the apparent diurnal orbiting of the sun by ten "ma'alot"; and 2) the strange events of the ensuing night when a mysterious heavenly blast ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  10 Aug 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0203/056datng.htm
483. Shamir [Journals] [Kronos]
... vanished" at about the time the Temple was destroyed, this is incorrect.(10) The term for a paralysed member in Hebrew is ever batel ; a loafer is batlan ; inactivity is batala ; all these words come from the root batel. In the four hundred years that passed from the building of the first Temple till its destruction by Nebuchadnezzar in -587, a radioactive substance could become inactive.(11) In 1896, one year after Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen of Wurzburg discovered X-rays, Antoine Henri Becquerel, son and grandson of two great physicists, discovered radioactivity by serendipitously placing a photographic plate near a uranium salt. Uranium at ordinary temperatures emits an invisible radiation which ...
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484. The Secret Of Baalbek [Journals] [Kronos]
... Source: Ages in Chaos. The temple of Beth-el, the smaller of the two Israelite temples, was demolished three centuries later by King Josiah, a few decades before the Temple of Jerusalem was destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar. It was trampled into smithereens by the king, jealous for his God.(8 ) There is no mention of a destruction of the temple in Dan. Where was Dan and its "House of High Places"? __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ 1. I Kings 11:27 28. 2. I Kings 12:26 27. 3. I Kings ...
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... had been said, though they are conscious immediately after the end of the stimulation."(17) 4. The Toppled Tower There is a curious aspect to the legends, the significance of which is uncertain.(18) All of the "scaling" legends that do not involve the Confusion of Tongues element cite the collapse or destruction of the structure involved. In some legends, this resulted in the death of its builders. In the tales which include both the Tower and the Confusion, such as the Biblical account, the fate of the Tower is not always revealed. Perhaps this merely reflects a shift of interest in those stories containing both themes. Nevertheless, ...
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486. Sanverim: Hypnosis in the Bible [Journals] [Kronos]
... be recognized as inflicted hypnotic states, consisting of paralysis and somnambulistic illusions. In both of these stories the expression hikku b'sanverim - "he (or they) smote with sanverim" - is used to describe the phenomenon. The first example is found in Genesis (19:11), in the narrative of the events shortly preceding the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot had in his house, as guests, two of the Lord's messengers or malakhim - a word usually translated as "angels"; but they are also called "men" in the body of the story. When the depraved people of Sodom demanded the delivery of the guests for their sexual debauchery and ...
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487. Velikovsky: The Open Minded Approach [Journals] [SIS Review]
... repeatedly wrecked and rearranged. And, strangely, ancient star and planet observations DO NOT CORRESPOND to back-calculated positions. In China, Babylon, and elsewhere the very movements that were recorded of the planets were erratic. We have no eye-witness confirmations of any eclipse before 687 BCE. Many of the ancient philosophers, most notably Plato, discuss planetary destructions as historical facts. They were all common to all the pre-Classical cosmologies, also India, China, Polynesia, America, and Lapland. And so back to the calculations. In fact they're a paper tiger. Robert W. Bass, professor of physics and astronomy at Brigham Young University has concluded that even within an unrevised celestial mechanics ...
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488. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Barringer Crater in Arizona and the reassessment of the origin of similar craters of enormous size, the theory of meteoritic origin has grown in strength. Gallant shows that the impact of meteorites of planetary dimensions must have caused a shift in the earth's polar axis, changes in the spin rate and crustal slips, mountain building, climatic change and the destruction of species. Impacts must have released large quantities of lethal radiation which would alter the course of evolution. The author, who is a mathematician but has done field work in geology and archaeology, offers calculations of the energy requirements needed to produce the observed effects. The book's foreword is by Professor Theodor Monod. PATTEN, D. ...
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... in the confrontation between Kennedy and Khrushchev in the days of the Cuba ultimatum, or, to a lesser degree, in the days of the alert following the Yom Kippur War- the gnawing feeling of being inadequate to the task of guardian of human destinies- all this never for a single moment leaves the trustee of the cosmic power of destruction. A sense of suspicion of everyone and even of oneself must take hold of the human possessing the facility to terminate history, at least the history of civilisation. Irrational acts will be committed, almost by compulsion. When papers were stolen from the Pentagon and the theft was traced to an employee, who supplied them to the press ...
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490. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Conquest of Canaan should be synchronised with the end of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt and of the Middle Bronze Age in Palestine, and that the dates of the Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty should be lowered by 500 years, making it contemporary with the first two hundred years of the Israelite monarchy. In particular, the paper mentioned the tabulation of simultaneous destructions in the Middle East by CLAUDE SCHAEFFER in his Stratigraphie Comparée... and his confirmation that such catastrophes brought major civilisations to an end; the assignment of the Admonitions of Ipuwer by VAN SETERS and ALBRIGHT to the Second Intermediate Period and the identification of its descriptions with the Biblical Plagues by a number of geologists; and the findings ...
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