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91. S.I.S. Workshop Vol. 3 No. 4 APRIL 1981: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... From: S.I.S. Workshop Vol. 3 No. 4 APRIL 1981 Texts Home¦ SIS Workshop Home Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Workshop Members' newletter Vol. 3 No. 4 APRIL 1981 EDITORIAL THE THERMAL EQUATIONS OF VENUS by Eric Crew 1 DID VENUS AS A PROTOPLANET EVER LOOK LIKE A "COMET"? by Chris Marx 4 THE DRAGON IN MYTH AND FOLKLORE by Martin Sieff 6 FOCUS: Evolution- fact or theory? by Lester J. Mitcham 13 MONITOR: "The drowned forest of Bray"* Alvarez theory gains support* Non-gravitational rings of Saturn?* A cataclysmic extinction* Europa is a bit cracked* Appeasing the Gods?* "Apparent thickness of Saturn's rings"* Chance in evolution* "Geomagnetism and climate"* "Lamarck lives- in the immune systems"* The pot calls the kettle black...* Died with a full stomach?* "Stones, pits and Stonehenge"* Evolution in Jumps* Hoax carvings?* Another radiocarbon dating anomaly* Iceland marks the spot!* "Sheba loses her title ...
92. Our Rock Who Art in Heaven [SIS Internet Digest $]
... . For the reader who is interested in classical and mythological texts, a gold mine lies herein. A fascinating blend of religion, mythology, astrology, astronomy, and etymology. Journey through the heavens- and land squarely back on Earth. Be prepared to jettison any traditional views of the Bible. Contents: 1. Our Rock is Better than their Rock. 2. Visible and Rushing. 3. In Heaven as it is on Earth. 4. Typhon. 5. Thou Didst Break into Pieces the Head of the Dragon. 6. Fish Tales. 7. Goat Songs. 8. The Serpent, Eve. 9. Elijah and Elisha. 10. Aesculapius. 11. Jesus/Christ. 12. The Old Man of the Sea. Our Rock Who Art in Heaven, Hallowed Be Thy Name, by Jacqueline Brook. 592 pages; B/W illustrations. ISBN: 0-9676656-0-4. $18.00+ $3.50 US shipping (overseas contact Sinclair Press, P.O. Box 1002, Putney, VT 05346 USA. Tel/fax: ...
93. Beowulf, or Moving Heaven and Earth [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:1 (May 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents Beowulf, or Moving Heaven and Earth CCNet, 13 March 2000 From Bev M Ewen-Smith <email@example.com> With your interest in (and the gradually increasing respectability of) possible impact events in historical time, you might like to consult an expert on the Anglo Saxon epic poem Beowulf. After the hero Beowulf deals with the monster Grendal and then Grendal's mother, the poem ends with an unpleasant encounter with a dragon which contains some very suggestive imagery- fire from the sky etc etc. I read it 30 years ago when I tried to learn Anglo Saxon but it was serialised on the BBC World Service last week. ...
94. Dragons in the Sky [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Contents Dragons in the Sky CCNet, 15 March 2000 From firstname.lastname@example.org (Neil Bone) While much is made in many quarters of fireballs described as 'drakes' or dragons, in some Chinese records, it might be equally possible that these references are also to auroral displays. The twisting, serpentine form of an auroral rayed band, for example, might as easily be the source of the cited reports here. Some years ago- I think it was 1981- there was even the suggestion in New Scientist that St George's dragon was actually an aurora... Not everything in the sky has to be a meteoric fireball! ...
95. Plasma discharges in rock art? [SIS Internet Digest $]
... called "Peratt instabilities." As the current is pumped up, the stringy things (NASA's technical jargon for Birkeland filaments, which they re-discovered awhile back in the tail of Venus) grow saw-toothed edges and make a tumultuous noise. (That last is the ancient Egyptian scribe Ipuwer's jargon "Oh that the Earth would cease from noise and tumult be no more.") Then the sawteeth develop into strings of triangles, ladder shapes, and stacks of donuts. Several well-known mythologists in attendance jumped up shouting and pointing "The dragon! The arrows! The ladder of heaven! The backbone of the sky!" Ev fired up his laptop and opened his collection of petroglyph files. There, carved into rock walls in unmistakable detail by ancient artists, were Peratt's instabilities. For three or four or ten thousand years, no human eye has seen them. Not until Tony Peratt put cathode to anode, as shown in his publications, has there been a referent in nature for the images borne by the rocks throughout millennia. The ancients saw all the ...
96. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... SIS Conference 13-15 Sep 2002.. 1 SIS Autumn Meeting 13 Oct 2001.. 1 In Memoriam: Hertha von Dechend.. 1 World Wide Web focus.. 2 Quantavolution and Catastrophes Series.. 2 Stonehenge: Restoration Work.. 3 Public History Discussion Group.. 3 Laura Lee Archives.. 4 Science Frontiers.. 4 Egyptian Cosmology.. 5 British Museum: Compass.. 5 ISIS: The Amarna Heresy Conference.. 5 Shamash The Sun God.. 6 The Two Babylons: The Great Red Dragon.. 6 Internet Universe: Free book previews.. 7 Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World.. 8 Sun and Saturn by Morris Jastrow Jr.. 8 Einstein In Need Of Update?.. 9 Lyall Watson Website.. 9 Taxonomic incommensurability.. 9 Catalogue of Sumerian literarature.. 10 History& Chronology.. 10 The Velikovskian.. 10 Electrical Discharge Theory.. 11 Thomas Gold and dust in craters.. 11 The Woman Who Wondered.. 11 Conference: Under One Sky.. 13 ...
97. Mythopedia [SIS Internet Digest $]
... essays on structural mythology). (a) Celestial Fireworks: a graphic model proposed to explain the origin of myth, ritual, and symbolism, including a general slideshow, a comparison of the model with traditional art, and an approach to the anatomy of the configuration. (b) Introductory: a listing of themes and motifs of a universal mythology. (c) The life of the Hero: the birth cycle: the miraculous birth; the death cycle: passion, death, resurrection and ascension to heaven; the dragon combat cycle: the dragonslayer; the creation cycle; the doomsday cycle; the culture Hero; the flood cycle: the Hero and the deluge; the Hero's appearance; appendix: the enclosing goddess; appendix: the Axis Mundi. (d) The elements of nature: celestial phenomena (sky, stars, planets, Milky Way, moon, Northern Lights); atmospheric phenomena (sun, rain, rainbow, thunder, lightning, clouds); geographical phenomena (water, mountain, stone, desert); plants ...
98. SIS Internet Digest 2002 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... The Velikovskian.. 7 Juan Miguel Campanario.. 7 Peer review is stifling for scientists on fringe.. 7 Archaeological Cover-ups.. 7 Environmental Catastrophes and Recoveries.. 7 The British Society of Dowsers.. 7 Mythopedia.. 8 SIS Message Forum.. 9 New Panchasiddhantika available.. 9 Hans Schindler Bellamy info wanted.. 9 David Talbott's Saturn Theory.. 10 Cambridge-Conference Email Network.. 11 Pluto's Rank Again- Needs Changing.. 11 Iraqi Crater& Immanuel Velikovsky.. 13 Origins of the Red Dragon Symbol?.. 13 Y Draig Goch in Wales.. 13 Conference Report.. 15 Opening address to the participants.. 15 On the geographical displacement of poles after close passage of a body of planetary size.. 15 Changes in the Rotation Axis of Earth.. 15 Solar System: A Megaquantum Model, Instabilities.. 16 Saturn before the Sun.. 16 The Last Days of Velikovsk y.. 16 Quantavolution and Solaria Binaria.. 17 Extrasolar planetary systems: observational results and theoretical problem.. ...
99. The Celestial Clock [SIS Internet Digest $]
... ice core drill down studies from Greenland and Antarctica. It is the dominant cycle of the "100,000" year Milankovitch ice age theory. The ancient prophets, seers, shamans, and medicine men knew about these natural apocalyptic cycles and tried their best to warn us through using animal symbology constructed from star constellations to teach us a cosmic size lesson using the Earth as the hand of a clock and the sky as the face of the clock. It is no coincidence that Revelation of the Bible talks about "red fiery dragon" and the evil serpent. Jesus and John used the same Celestial Clock symbology as other prophets of varying faiths. The snakes, the dragons- sometimes with seven heads- are present in the legends of every ancient culture from India to the Middle East, Europe to Egypt, and to the Mayans. The book explores the possibility of a major polar axis shift with severe earthquakes followed by a Noah type flood happening between the year 2000 and the year 2012 to herald the beginning of a new ice age. Contets: ...
100. Myth, Mandala, and the Collective Unconscious [Kronos $]
... ."(12) Velikovsky has indicated that the Egyptian god, Horus, was originally the name for the planet Jupiter which "had already caused havoc in the planetary family, the earth included," prior to the period covered in Worlds in Collision.(13) As the principal planetary god, worldwide, during a long period of ancient history, Jupiter and its four planet-sized satellites must have been a far more imposing celestial figure than it is today. Assuming the same type of collective analogy to Jupiter as the cosmic dragon to the proto-planet Venus, the speculation offered here is that the spontaneous artistic selection of the four-fold mandala by small children, its collective nature in the unconscious psychology of children and adults, and its ubiquitous appearance in the world's religious symbols, may all trace to the common root of cataclysmic activity associated with Horus-Jupiter. If so, activity of the symbol in the unconscious mind could represent an example of a collective image related to cataclysmic experience which has demonstrable biological roots through its maturational staging in children's art. From this perspective, ...
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