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... seat of Life - The womb of nature - PalaeoIithic paintings, etc., in deep caves - Caves as "wind holes " - Belief that Life was in sky - Sky as source of wind and water - Water as source of Energy - The Whirlpool enclosing embryo - Whirlpools in ancient religion - Zuni myth - Birth of Aphrodite Whirlpool Dragons - Whirlpool as "gate" of Dragon's palace Dragons lake whirl-pool - Sumerian Sea-serpent goddess - Whirlwind lord Typhon and Echidna -Fairies, nereids, demons and gods in whirlwinds - Maori ghosts carried to sky by whirlwinds - Early Pharaoh ascends to sky on wind - Japanese whirlwinds as "dragon rolls" - Dragons cause whirlwinds -Chinese coiled and ...
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... seat of Life - The womb of nature - PalaeoIithic paintings, etc., in deep caves - Caves as "wind holes " - Belief that Life was in sky - Sky as source of wind and water - Water as source of Energy - The Whirlpool enclosing embryo - Whirlpools in ancient religion - Zuni myth - Birth of Aphrodite Whirlpool Dragons - Whirlpool as "gate" of Dragon's palace Dragons lake whirl-pool - Sumerian Sea-serpent goddess - Whirlwind lord Typhon and Echidna -Fairies, nereids, demons and gods in whirlwinds - Maori ghosts carried to sky by whirlwinds - Early Pharaoh ascends to sky on wind - Japanese whirlwinds as "dragon rolls" - Dragons cause whirlwinds -Chinese coiled and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 215  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/symbols/2b.htm
13. Bel and Dragons [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1995 No 2 (June 1995) Home | Issue Contents Bel and Dragons by Phillip Clapham Shortly after AD 800 a Welsh priest or monk, Nennius, compiled a collection of traditional material known as the Historia Brittonum. Some of the material was legendary and is regarded as dubious by historians. However, unlike Geoffrey of Monmouth's popular work, Historia Regnum Britanniae, it does not appear to have been reworked by the author. Nennius simply assembled an odd assortment of stories, several of which concern Vortigern, who is believed to have been the last British king of what is now England, ruling in mid-5th century AD. In one of ...
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... with a Royal Star or Guardian; and the Avesta, or Divine Law, of Zoroaster is thought to mention a heavenly circle of figures equivalent to our zodiac. Mr. Robert Brown, Jr., says that in China the Kung, or zodiacal signs, are the Tiger (Sagittarius); the Hare (Scorpio); the Dragon (Libra); the Serpent (Virgo); the Horse (Leo); the Ram (Cancer); the Ape (Gemini); the Cock (Taurus); the Dog (Aries); the Boar (Pisces); the Rat (Aquarius); the Ox (Capricornus). This is a zodiac indeed ...
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... | Intro Cosmological Interpretation The First Cycle of Myths The Second Cycle of Myths The Third Cycle of Myths Capture Cataclysm of Luna Appendices Notes The Second Cycle of Myths THE FOURTEENTH MYTH (Rev. xii. 3-4, 7-17) (xii. 3) And there appeared another [= a] wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. (4 ) And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth . . . (7 ) And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon ...
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... - Tiamat.- Generation of gods.- Damascius.- Comparison with Genesis.- Three great gods.- Doubtful fragments.- Fifth tablet.- Stars.- Planets.- Moon .- Sun.- Abyss or chaos .- Creation of moon.- Creation of animals.- Man.- His duties.- Dragon of sea.- Fall.- Curse for disobedience.- Discussion.- Sacred tree.- Dragon or serpent.- War with Tiamat.- Weapons.- Merodach.- Destruction of Tiamat.- Mutilation of documents.- Parallel Biblical account.- Age of story . CHAPTER VI.- OTHER BABYLONIAN ACCOUNTS OF THE ...
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... earlier meanings between the lines and behind the words. But, when he tempts to arrange his findings and interpret them, the theologian is not amused. Yahweh, the Dragon-Slayer, is not a good text for a sermon, God who saves us from Satan is. And yet it is only a question of whether we choose to say dragon' or devil'. For the dragon and the devil are only the thereiomorphic and the anthropomorphic version of the same cosmic phenomenon: the dying Tertiary satellite. A great number of parallels may be quoted in support of this statement. The dragon is a child of ancient night, a creature of chaos; the devil's own time is ...
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18. When Venus Was A Comet [Journals] [Kronos]
... one of the most common cometary symbols in the Old World was that of the serpent-dragon. If the Mayans were as interested in comets as the above evidence suggests, we should expect to find further cometary evidence in their art, where the serpent-dragon is the single most dominant iconographical motif. Represented at every Mayan site of any importance, the dragon can be traced to the earliest stages of the Olmec Period (2000-1500 B.C .) . Peter Joralemon, who has investigated the origins of Mayan dragon iconography, with special emphasis on its Olmec precedents, has concluded that: "The iconographic ancestry of God I- the Olmec Dragon- can be traced back to the beginnings ...
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... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:1 (Jul 2002) Home | Issue Contents Book Review Sky Dragons and Celestial Serpents by Alastair McBeath Dragon's Head Press, PO Box 3369, London SW6 6JN £4 99, ISBN 0-9524387-3-9 Phillip Clapham Alastair McBeath is an astronomer and mythologist, a vice president of the International Meteor Organisation and the Meteor Section director to The Society for Popular Astronomy. He writes articles on astronomy, folklore, and myth for several journals, such as the archaeological quarterly Third Stone. He pops up now and again in emails to Benny Peiser's CCNET forum. The first five chapters of the booklet concern those constellations likened to dragons, namely Draco ...
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... not on too romantic a trail if we reason as follows. One party, the land-dwellers most probably, sought their salvation in the worship of the Sun: they took their badge from the angel of the east', as is expressly stated in our myth. The views of the other party were diametrically opposed: they believed that the dragon could best be propitiated by taking their sacred symbol from it the powerful being of the west. We must not forget that the satellite in those days gave a very different impression from our own now. Luna's tiny silver disk, no bigger than a pea held at arm's length, rises in dreamlike gentleness out of the east, smiling ...
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