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... at all in it; who, when he had done this, went his way to seek for such pasturage as was fit for feeding his flocks. 3. But Judas, being one of Jacob's sons also, seeing some Arabians, of the posterity of Ismael, carrying spices and Syrian wares out of the land of Gilead to the Egyptians, after Rubel was gone, advised his brethren to draw Joseph out of the pit, and sell him to the Arabians; for if he should die among strangers a great way off, they should be freed from this barbarous action. This, therefore, was resolved on; so they drew Joseph up out of the pit, ...
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... those days the Atlantic was navigable; and there was an island situated in front of the straits which are by you called the Pillars of Heracles. ' V: Plato's Atlantis was too big for the Mediterranean, so he moved it to the Atlantic. J: Quite so. Plato definitely wasn't talking about the Mediterranean.- And the Egyptians of c. 600 BC knew where the Pillars of Hercules were. 3 Islands beyond The island... was the way to other islands, and from these you might pass to the whole of the opposite continent which surrounds the true ocean' (as opposed to the Mediterranean, which he describes as a harbour', not ...
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33. The Holy Land [Books]
... out according to a cosmic plan, revealed in remote times. On this priority of the cosmic dwelling all major traditions concur. A celestial Sumer and Akkad preceded the organization of the actual Mesopotamian kingdoms. And such settlements as Eridu, Erech, Babylon, and Lagash took their names from a heavenly city occupied by the central sun. Every Egyptian town- Heliopolis, Herakleopolis, Memphis, Abydos, Thebes, Hermopolis- mirrored a prototype, a "city in which the sun shone forth in the beginning." So did Egypt as a whole, according to the ritual, reproduce the dwelling gathered together and unified by the creator. Hebrew tradition knew a heavenly Jerusalem which gave ...
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... Text unformatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Full PDF online at Internet Archive The Earliest Cosmologies The universe as pictured in thought by the ancient Hebrews, Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Iranians, and Indo-Aryans: a guidebook for beginners in the study of ancient literatures and religions William Fairfield Warren Copyright, 1909, by EATON & MAINS. . NORTH POLAR ZETUTH THE BABYLONIAN UNIVERSE Illustrating pages 33-40 The upright central line is the polar axis of the heavens and earth. The two seven-staged pyra mids represent the earth, the upper being the abode of living men, the under one the abode of the dead. The separating waters are the four seas. The seven ...
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35. Solomon and Sheba [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1997:1 (Oct 1997) Home | Issue Contents Solomon And Sheba by Damien F. Mackey Damien Mackey (MA, BPhil) has a Masters Degree from the University of Sydney (Australia). His thesis The Sothic Star Theory of the Egyptian Calendar', was a demolition job' on conventional Egyptian dating. In his reconstruction (i ) the Exodus occurred at the end of Egypt's Old Kingdom (EBA); (ii) the MBI people were the Israelites of the Exodus/Conquest and (iii) the early monarchy of Israel was contemporary with the early New Kingdom of Egypt. On these points his reconstruction is ...
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... bring forth." By the incantation of Enki and Enlil Flocks and grain in "the holy chamber" brought forth. Pasture they provided for them abundantly, For the Grain-goddess they prepared a house .. . (18) The flowering of the celestial garden is a widespread theme which I touched on briefly in the earlier discussion of the Egyptian creation and which I intend to explore at greater length in a subsequent volume. It is surely worthy of note, however, that the great god's "chamber" is the same as the "holy park" in which "Mankind" was brought forth. If one reads the above lines in the light of the Egyptian symbolism- ...
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... " (Part III)- as proclaimed by Immanuel Velikovsky- In the Light of New Archaeological Discoveries Eva Danelius Editor's Note: The illustrations in Fig. I supersede and correct the drawing of the Timna Temple" depicted on p. 19 of KRONOS 1, 3. III The literary sources used by Velikovsky contain memories of three peoples: Egyptians, Ethiopians, and Hebrews. The story of the "Queen of Sheba" is told in the Bible, by Josephus, and in Jewish and Ethiopian legends. Velikovsky stressed the fact that, according to all these sources, the queen came by sea.(65) In the Bible, as well as in the Jewish Antiquities ...
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... From: SIS Review Vol VI No 1-3 (1982) "The 1978 Glasgow Conference Proceedings" Home | Issue Contents The Astronomical Basis of Egyptian Chronology Prof. A. E. Roy I have been asked to speak on the astronomical chronology, the basis for the Egyptian chronology as it is revealed by astronomical records in Egyptology. I am no Egyptologist. I have no detailed knowledge in that field, so I will confine my attention to the astronomy. There are several concepts that some people find elementary and others seem to find rather difficult. One of these is what is meant by a heliacal rising. We find in the literature that such-and-such an object, for example ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. IV No. 3 (Spring 1979) Home | Issue Contents The Correct Placement of Haremhab in Egyptian History Immanuel Velikovsky Copyright (c ) 1979 by Immanuel Velikovsky Editor's Note: The following material on Haremhab is taken from Velikovsky's forthcoming book The Assyrian Conquest, Vol II of the Ages in Chaos series. The appearance of The Assyrian Conquest will mark the completion of that series. HAREMHAB- HARMAIS Josephus preserved a story he found in Manetho, the origin of which is in the adventures of Haremhab. The heroes of the story are Sethosis and Harmais, two brothers. Sethosis was the king of Egypt. His name is like that of King Sethos ...
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... Immanuel Velikovsky. For instance, I do not agree with his placing the 21st Dynasty where he places it. But I would like to touch on a couple of your comments. You brought up a point concerning the identification of Dnyn with Athenians which Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky made, and commented on "the confusion of d and t in Egyptian" plus added confusion on account of a "third consonant tj, which could conceivably have been used to render the theta of Athenians. ' Of course, tj itself is also confused in Egyptian with d and t" I would suggest looking at this problem from a different perspective. Since, in the time of Ramses III, ...
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