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231. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... their encouragement and persistence this article would never have been published. Acknowledgement is also due to the copious works of Dwardu Cardona [60], David Talbott [61], Alfred de Grazia [62], Melvin Cook [63] and many others. Notes: 1. We have been unable to find any references in mythology or folklore referring to any planetary sized body or moon passing between the Earth and proto-Saturn. 2. Soderboa and Johnson: The Moons of Saturn', Scientific American, June 1982, pp. 73-86. 3. Beatty, O'Leary and Chalkin: The New Solar System, Sky Publishing Corpor-ation, 1981. 4. David N. Talbot: ...
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... an ancestor of Christ they were kinsmen of our Lord, and they claimed to reign by divine right." Budge, Kebra Nagast, p. x. 93. Matthew 12:42; Luke 11:31. 94. "The Kebra Nagast is a great storehouse of legends and traditions, some historical and some of a purely folklore character, derived from the Old Testament and the later Rabbinic writings, and from Egyptian (both pagan and Christian), Arabian and Ethiopian sources. Of the early history of the compilation and its maker, and of its subsequent editors we know nothing, but the principal groundwork of its earliest form was the traditions that were current in ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Apr 2001  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/ages/chap-3.htm
... Sword A Glance at Compartive Mythology Golden Age Canopy The Heavens and Earth of Prehistoric Man The Misread Record or The Deluge and its Cause Mythic Mountains The Ring of Truth The Misread Record or The Deluge and its Cause Being an explanation of the Annular Theory of the formation of the earth, with special reference to the flood and the legends and folklore of ancient races. Isaac Newton Vail Note: The "Word" originally had no metaphysical import, as used in the oldest writing. The "Word" in its original enunciation, was celestial utterance. The rainbow is full of utterance; so is the cyclone; and if the bow could cane in a thousand forms and features ...
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... , and the dance from many centuries of the Egyptian past. The malformation or deformity of Akhnaton's legs appears grotesque to a modem spectator; in antiquity it must have struck the onlooker at his bas-reliefs and statues in the same way. In the legend Oedipus' feet are swollen; in the pictures of Akhnaton the thighs are swollen. In folklore feet may stand for legs. Many languages do not have different words for legs and feet. In Greek, the word pous stands for both; in Egyptian, too, the word r-d (foot) stands also for leg.12 In the riddle that Oedipus solved concerning the creature that walks on four legs, on two, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  04 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/oedipus/105-stranger.htm
... connexion with the fact that the Vedic altar was symbolically the extreme point of the Earth, as paralleled to the Navel of the Universe. And as to what is said about the End of the world on that page, it may be here added from Grimm's Tales,17 that the end is reached, in those myth-scraps that survive in Folklore, after adventures with gryphons and fierce mountain piling giants. There the blue vault of heaven is found sinking down on the earth like a dome; and whoever bends down deep enough at that spot finds that, without turning round, he points his finger to the Antarctic (pole).18 Is it possible to get anything more ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Sep 2002  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/night/vol-1/night-11.htm
... the old Egyptian collections. The wife of Uba-aner is unfaithful: And they brought forth the wife of Uba-aner to the side of the harem, and burnt her with fire, and cast her ashes in the river.5 The Japanese regard the East and South as male and the West and North as fernale.6 In Japanese "medical folklore", A hiccough is driven away by applying under the knee a sheet of ha-hi, folded to the left in the case of a man and to the right in the case of a woman.7 In the next chapter it will be shown that the Egyptians were interested in the North not only because the Nile flows in that ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/migration/1b.htm
... translation in Sacred Books of the East, Vol. XLIII (part IV), pp.100 et seq. 10. Brahmana, Part III, p.252. 11. Eleanor Hull, The Ctechulli Saga1 pp.170, 171 and p.103. 12. The Edda (Popular Studies" in Mythology, Romance and Folklore) London, 1902, p. 13. 13. R. B. Anderson, Norse Mythology. Chicago1 1907, pp.282-3. 14. A History of Egypt (English translation). London, 1881, p.86. 15. Maspero, Egyptian Archaeology, pp.129 et seg. 16. Or ziggtirat ...
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238. The Spiral and Birth [Books]
... The Dragon in China and Japan, pp.27 et seq. 25. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Vol. XXXV, part II, p.218 (Tokyo, 1908). 26. Muir's Original Sanskrit Texts, Vol. V, pp.171 et seq., and 462. 27. Religion, Folklore and Customs in North Borneo and the Malay. Cambridge 1923, pp.205-9. 28. Elephants and Ethnologists, pp.83 et seq. 29. De Visser, The Dragon in China and Japan, p.88. 30. Here lightning is a fertilizing agency, like the ray of light which fell from the moon ...
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239. Tree Symbols [Books]
... Gadeljca, Vol.1 , p.275. London, 1892. 37. Anton K. von ManiIaun, The Natural History of Plants, Vol.1 , p.250 (English translation) London. 38. pp.7 et seq and 98 et seq. 39. p 100. 40. The Ainu and their Folklore. pp.156-8, 222 and 383. 41. L. W. King Babylonian Religion and Mythology, p.167. 42. B. LauferSino-Iranica, Chicago, 1919, p.526.43. Annals, XIV, 30. 44. Ancient Man in Britain, p.147. 45. The Geographical Review ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/migration/4.htm
... the old Egyptian collections. The wife of Uba-aner is unfaithful: And they brought forth the wife of Uba-aner to the side of the harem, and burnt her with fire, and cast her ashes in the river.5 The Japanese regard the East and South as male and the West and North as fernale.6 In Japanese "medical folklore", A hiccough is driven away by applying under the knee a sheet of ha-hi, folded to the left in the case of a man and to the right in the case of a woman.7 In the next chapter it will be shown that the Egyptians were interested in the North not only because the Nile flows in that ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/symbols/1b.htm
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