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311. Thoth Vol II, No. 11: June 30, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... are several reasons for this situation, including the fragmentary nature of the myths themselves; the intrusion of foreign elements into a cult resulting in a modification or confusion of the original myth; problems caused by the faulty transmission and/or translation of a particular myth; gaps in our knowledge regarding the chronology of the events surrounding the formation, evolution, and eventual dissolution of the polar configuration, etc. Fortunately, most of these difficulties can be factored into the methodological equation or overcome/compensated for by the comparative method. For example, the fragmentary nature of the cult of Latin goddess Venus can be compensated for by comparative analysis of the extensive materials provided by the cult of ...
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... in a ring around the orbiter, to offset the gravitational tides of the neutron star. To this point, Forward, who is a Senior Scientist at the Hughes Research labs in California and a pioneer in gravitational astronomy, has hewn to a more or less "conventional" catastrophic line in explaining the effects of the neutron star on the evolution of life on Earth - a mere half a millennium ago - in that he seems to accept the current theory of "punctuated" evolution. But he becomes positively Velikovskian, however, as he describes what is occurring on the star itself.(8 ) It seems, you see, that a tribe of cheelah, the intelligent ...
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... vague "luck motif "is not infrequently found to be more in favour than that which we designate the "art motif". All "luck motifs", whether indefinite or otherwise, have histories rooted in ancient systems of belief either acquired, or so far as is known, wholly or partly developed locally. Anthropologists of the "Evolution school " favour the view that the persisting spiral, like several other widespread designs, was of "independent origin", or "spontaneous generation." In the different culture areas of the Old and New Worlds. Those of the "Diffusion school", on the other hand, incline to search for a single area of origin ...
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314. Plasma Cosmology Comes Of Age [Journals] [Aeon]
... directions. In some cases, a so-called "accretion" disk of gas and dust is also observed around the proto-star. The similarities of these observations to the plasma model of galaxy formation as hypothesized by Arp is rather striking. Hills is therefore of the opinion that these so-called plasmatic "jets" play a significant role in the formation and evolution of proto-planetary systems. There is much more in Hills' latest book-Origins: Cosmology, Evolution & Creation-that seems to fit the Saturn thesis, and it should serve to make modern thinkers seriously consider the works of those who have been branded as Saturnists. Hills' views on Creation, however, are an entirely different matter. Tania ta ...
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... and physics, to understand and test the theory of how the sun produces its radiant energy (observed on the earth as sunlight). All of us have been surprised by the results: there is a large, unexplained disagreement between observation and the supposedly well established theory. This discrepancy has led to a crisis in the theory of stellar evolution; many authorities are openly questioning some of the basic principles and approximations in this supposedly dry (and solved) subject. ". . . Most natural scientists believe that we understand the process by which the sun's heat is produced - that is, in thermonuclear reactions that fuse light elements into heavier ones, thus converting mass into energy ...
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316. In Memoriam: Immanuel Velikovsky, Livio Stecchini and Ralph Juergens [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... where theories are put forth that would have- and did- cause dismissal of individuals presenting them. On television, this year, a very good series described the voyage of Charles Darwin. Perhaps in a few years there will be a program charting the academic voyage of Immanuel Velikovsky. In Earth in Upheaval he challenged the orthodox view of evolution, maintaining that .the instrument for the alteration of species was not natural selection but catastrophic evolution. At about 10,000 B.C ., for example, the megafauna of the Late Pleistocene changed to the pygmy fauna of today. It was not a slow process, generation by generation, but the catastrophe probably evidenced by ...
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... . Searching for a scientific (empirico-rational) explanation, he rejected all religious interpretations of creation and destruction. To account for the marine objects at the tops of hills and high mountains far removed from the sea, his mind leaped ahead of contemporary thought to embrace conceptions of both geological catastrophism and uniformitarianism as well as anticipating the theory of biological evolution (ideas that are still hard for some thinkers to accept even today). In the layers of mountain stone, Leonardo da Vinci studied the fossilised evidence: various marine shells, sea snails, oysters, corals, scallops, cockles, crabs, cuttlefish, traces of worms, and the bones and teeth of fishes. To explain ...
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318. Mars and the search for Life [Journals] [Kronos]
... the arid, barren Sahara Desert, and the other one near the polar ice cap, the chances for picking up organic life would be scarce indeed, but the probability and propensity does exist. During the years 1947-1950, my father discussed with his friend Albert Einstein many stimulating and explorative topics, one of them being the existence of life evolution on Mars. It has been stated time and time again that the environment of Mars is too hostile for organic matter, what with the lack of moisture, the absence of a substantial magnetic field and the extremely rarified atmosphere to shield off ultraviolet and other deadly short wave radiation from the Sun, plus the intense cold. Since it ...
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319. The Uranians [Books] [de Grazia books]
... chart) Amidst the developing chaos, the hominids were being replaced by the human race. A growing population was being reduced even as the species itself realized its human qualities. Atmospheric conditions and the surface environment were unfavorable to survival. Inconstancies and radical changes in the air accompanied explosive seismism. Most species were greatly reduced in numbers. The evolution of man, which Johanson, White, the Leakeys, and others have contended to occupy four million years, saw little change until it was quantavoluted by disaster [8 ]. The human species began the period as a stupid hominid but speedily acquired a human nature. The hominid of Pangea entered the first age of gods, the ...
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320. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... sort of questions asked by members of the public who have never heard of Dr Velikovsky and his theories. Spring Meeting The Society's Spring Meeting, held at the Library Association on 9th April enabled members to welcome once more our very good friend Prof. Alfred de Grazia who in his talk gave us an insight into his theories of the catastrophic evolution of mankind which he is developing in full in a series of books at present in manuscript. Naturally, such a theme produced questions of great depth, and the ensuing discussion continued among groups during lunch. In the afternoon session, Peter James examined the place of the Philistines in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages, and discussed their ...
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