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... we no longer need subscribe to the idea that eons of competition for the means of existence caused wings to grow on land creatures and the entire population of land, air and water to evolve from a common ancestor. But whatever the cause of evolution- in his time Darwin could not know of the phenomenon of mutation- the phenomenon of destruction of a multitude of genera and species was known to him, and he could not pass over it in silence in the Origin of Species. He wrote: "The extinction of species has been involved in the most gratuitous mystery...No one can have marvelled more than I have done at the extinction of species." ...
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512. New Proofs of God [Books] [de Grazia books]
... a challenge to its death, as an antibody against the death and dissolution foretold by the second law of thermodynamics. Elsewhere we have written of man's basic needs, to fearlessly subsist, experience and live justly. If the gods are theotropic, we have nothing to fear from them except the loss of that element in us which is self- destructive and entropic. What might this element be? Let us call it the diabolic, because it will turn out to be that often highly attractive mixture of uncertainty, fear, hatred, spite, lies, greed and egotism that goes into some of the most wonderful human creations. Will not the gods take from man the taste of ...
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513. Conclusion [Books] [de Grazia books]
... undertaking this book and has, I hope, conveyed my reader rewardingly through its pages. The work is now finished, with its details fitted into its major parts and there assembled into the whole. Some 3500 years ago, the area subject to the Bible came under an extra-terrestrial force, apparently a great comet, which, amidst the destruction that it wrought, set into motion the human characters whom we have come to know well: Moses, the Pharaoh, Aaron, and especially the Israelites, who were shaped into a chosen people. The experiences of this people contained the material of a great and true story of disaster and survival. The story centers upon a scientific ...
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514. Saturn: In Myth and Religion [Journals] [Kronos]
... and beautiful image, a gentility that resonated with a soft electrical hum that soothed.(54) This was the ruach of Genesis;(55) the hurakan of the Americas.(56) But there were occasions when the Axis, due to the Earth's wobbling, went awry. Then it turned into a terrible vortex of great destruction, an uproarious vorticity that knew no quelling. It became then the feared abubu of the Assyro-Babylonians;(57) the destructive dance of Shiva's terrible tandava.(58) It was during these rare, but periodic, events that the great carnages in the northern regions of the world occurred. It was this terrible cyclonic tempest that ...
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515. De Grazian Discography (Reviewed) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: Exoterrestrial Forces and Quantavolutions in the Earth Sciences SOLARIA BINARIA: A History of the Solar System (with Earl R. Milton as Co-author) HOMO SCHIZO I: Human and Cultural Hologenesis HOMO SCHIZO II: Human Nature and Behavior THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS: Celestial Sex, Spectra and Myth, Earthly Destruction, and Dramatic Sublimation in Homer's Odyssey GOD'S FIRE: Moses and the Management of Exodus THE DIVINE SUCCESSION: A Science of Gods Old and New THE BURNING OF TROY: and Other Works in Scientific Catastrophism KA: A Handbook of Mythology, Sacred Practices, Electrical Phenomena, and Their Linguistic Connections in the Ancient Mediterranean World by Hugh Crosthwaite ...
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... than initially. Vast areas of ocean bottom are undisturbed while the disturbed sediments that do exist can be explained by ordinary, local processes. I submit that the condition of the ocean bottom is a context whose interpretation is straightforward and not contaminated by "uniformitarian schooling and collective amnesia". The catastrophes described by Velikovsky are far more violent and destructive than the physical evidence permits. In his enthusiasm and zeal, he evidently took poetic license farther than such license goes. Although he pieced together a story that looked convincing to lay readers, its details simply do not match the physical world. Lynn Rose's claim in Pensee IVR I that Velikovsky's "theory is not in conflict with any ...
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517. SIS Study Group June 1995 [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... god, so the anthropomorphical being cannot be the sun ball court and 9 different astral bodies; all of them are sacrificed, killed symbolically by figures representing Quetzalcoatl. The blood seems to pour from the bodies - this is usually interpreted as the synodic cycle of Venus. Quetzalcoatl diving from the sky, with a fireball falling on the left destruction of 3 of the 4 world ages - by flood, fire, a wind and a burning raven coming from the sky. The commentary included the following observations: sometimes sticks were used sometimes protection was worn, as the balls were hard some tribes played with a burning ball balls might be sacrificed or burnt, in religious contexts sacrifices ...
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518. The Gaseous Complex [Books] [de Grazia books]
... . The amount in the air is increasing (it is some .03% of the atmospheric mass) and concern is expressed that the Earth's climate may change so as put much of the biosphere in jeopardy [6 ]. So also it has been surmised by students of the ozone (O3) constituent of the upper atmosphere that its destruction as a particle shield by aerosol discharges on Earth would engender high risks of biosphere damage [7 ]. All of this may happen within the next century or two. Very similar types of blue-green algae live under the skins of rocks in the frigid Antartic desert and in the heat of the Sahara [8 ]. Abyssal organisms live ...
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519. Facing Many Problems, Part 2 Epilogue (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... of Mars and the craters and seas of lava on the moon as brought about in stress and near collisions. We believe we came close to solving the problem of mountain building and the irruption of the sea; the exchange of place between sea and land; the rise of new islands and volcanic activity; sudden changes in climate and the destruction of quadrupeds in no rthern Siberia and the annihilation of entire species; and the cause of earthquakes. Furthermore, we found that excessive evaporation of water from the surface of the oceans and seas, a phenomenon that was postulated to explain the excessive precipitation and formation of ice covers, was caused by extraterrestrial agents. Though in such occurrences ...
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520. Human Sacrifice - Then and Now [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... was inextricably associated with celestial deities and that, therefore, the Priest-kings were taking part in a sacred drama in which humans played the part of gods. Kingship was lowered from heaven' after catastrophes associated with a celestial body, the great serpent later known as Inanna/Ishtar. Worldwide myths place the invention of sacrifice and prayer after a destructive flood and archaeological evidence shows that throughout the Bronze Age societies were destroyed from time to time, often by fire. Heinsohn sees survivors threatened by total destruction, gripped by a collective madness in which they could only rail helplessly against the sky. Following Velikovsky, he suggests that, as children overcome trauma by re-enacting it in their play ...
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