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... as he certainly did, it is not probable that he did so from the beginning. All the special symbolism refers to him as a Moon-god; he is certainly a Moon-god in the myth of Iris and Osiris, for he was cut into fourteen pieces, the number of days of the waning moon. Now we can easily understand an evolution beginning with a Moon-god and ending with a Sun-god. But the contrary is almost unthinkable, besides, we know that in Egypt it did not happen; the solar attributes got hardened as time went on. The calendar evidence, as we have seen, in relation to the original year of 360 days is in favour of Moon worship ...
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... was taken up again, in 1875, by Habenicht.2 The hypothesis of these two authors was ignored till, in 1915, the German geophysicist Alfred Wegener3 again brought it to the fore. Wegener completed his work in 1924 by a further publication in collaboration with W. Koppen.4 Wegener developed his shattering ideas on the origin and evolution of our planet in great wealth of detail. They had a great impact on the scientific world. His work was translated into English in 1924 by F.G .A . Skerl.5 We will only summarize Wegener's `Theory of Continental Drift' (the title under which his ideas are known) as clearly and as simply ...
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... 4, of the present chapter, are consistent with the present author's deductions: radio-carbon dating by the present-day concepts involves systematic errors. 2. One of the dramatic consequences of huge meteoritic impacts is that they must have yielded a terrific amount of subatomic particles and electro-magnetic rays which started nuclear reactions and may have had a decisive effect on the evolution of the then living species. A. As stated earlier (see Section III of present chapter), extremely high temperatures (1 .5 million degrees Centigrade and more) start nuclear reactions, giving rise to X-rays and y rays. On the other hand, a-particles and a-particles, protons, and neutrons must have been formed on ...
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... Freud's Descent into Hades Of Racial Memory Mankind's Delusion The Archaic Trauma Chapter II: TO KNOW AND NOT TO KNOW A Reconstruction of Events To Know and Not to Know Isaiah Early Attempts at Rationalizing Plato Aristotle and Amnesia (by Lynn E. Rose) The Roman Philosophers The Rise of Aristotelianism Copernicus Galileo and Giordano Nicolas-Antoine Boulanger Laplace's Dichotomy Darwin Natural Evolution and Revolution Karl Marx's Misapprehension Two Forms of Fear A Choice "A Degradation of Science and of Religion" A Firmament Chapter III: IN FEAR AND TREMBLING Planet Cods The Feast of Light First Century: Visions of Apocalypse The Seventh Century and the Dark Ages Mid-Fourteenth Century: A Periodicity of Frenzy "There's No Hiding Place Down There" ...
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545. Thoth Vol III, No. 6: March 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... than Titus FitzImmeter's planimeter, its tremendous scope gives it an advantage over traditional science and religion as a tool for understanding the recent history of the solar system. And this is why: Science, in its quest to explain every detail of a stable system, closes an eye to mythology. It assumes that the ancients didn't understand creation, evolution, astronomy, geology, etc., in the same way that modern science does. Therefore, everything they said, every observation they preserved was wrong. A myth is a myth, a story made up to explain a world too complex for a primitive mind to comprehend. Religion, in its quest to preserve the authority of ...
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... as to its purpose is beyond human knowledge. It may all be devised for spiritual perfection, as the churches teach, or it may not. At all events humanity on this earth seems to be merely a pawn in the scheme of the Infinite and human life in the bulk a matter which does not bear on the subject of the evolution of worlds at all. Hence it remains for intelligent human beings to understand as far as possible the principle of meteorism and to avoid building towns, or clustering in too great numbers in regions where at any moment destruction a colossal scale may fall. The city of Messina, lying northeast of Etna, is a case in point. ...
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... oxygen, phosphorus, arsenic, potassium, hydrogen, and sulphur. In a few instances small quantities of gold, silver, copper, and the rare platinum are also present. From this list we may infer that meteors, messengers from without, yield us evidence of other worlds just as our own, and it may be concluded that evolution on the other planets must accordingly follow along just the same course in regard to soils and minerals and consequently in forms of life generally, since man and all creation sprang from the earth. Sir Robert Ball, F.R .A .S ., in his Story of the Heavens, mentioned that a fall of meteorites in ...
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548. Religious Elements in Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... scientific task may range from the most banal, obvious, and limited (e .g . to polish better a lens so as to see stars more clearly; to adjust the angle of a spade to bite the ground with less energy input) to the general and ideological, that is, unconscious (e .g . to validate evolution by setting up hypotheses implying or excluding neo-darwinian evolution; to calculate pre- historical sky charts by retrocalculating or presumptively modifying present motions of the Earth and Solar system). The aggregation of "outside" interests creates a continual uneasiness in scientific work; like barnacles on a fine yacht, it keeps science from being "clean;" but ...
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549. GREETINGS [Journals] [Aeon]
... sharing information and for presenting or challenging unusual theories. Please bear in mind also that this is not an institutional journal with a finished product. As they are able to meet the test of scholarly criticism, the papers presented here will likely be published in one form or another elsewhere. For now, they are submitted as papers still in evolution, looking for comment and criticism from others in the field. In a nutshell, we are speeding up the communications process, but also increasing the risks. Publication in this symposium will, as a rule, involve little or no refereeing and minimal editing, with the primary responsibility for technical accuracy and proofreading resting on the contributors themselves ...
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550. Pendulums and Sunspots [Journals] [Aeon]
... Venus to have done the same. In order to dismiss the question concerning why these binary star orbital changes occur, Ellenberger offers the concept of "subtle changes." This simply will not do. Ivars Peterson cites an astronomer who remarked that such large and rapid changes in the orbits of binary stars is "telling us something about the evolution of orbits" and that "something has to be making that happen."(4 ) All the "subtle changes" that Ellenberger invokes have apparently already been taken into consideration and found wanting. Is that not why this orbital phenomenon has appeared so enigmatic to astronomers? The subtle effects concerning this phenomenon are indeed treated in the ...
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