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151. C&C Review 2002:1: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... News 2 Conference News 2 Articles Natural Catastrophes in the 9th Century AD 4 James T. Palmer and Trevor Palmer review evidence of catastrophes at the time of Charlemagne. The Case for Retaining a Dark Age at the end of the Late Bronze Age 9 Phillip Clapham argues that if there were catastrophes, there must have been a Dark Age. Genesis and The Origin of Species 10 David Salkeld goes back to the basics of Genesis, The Flood, Darwin and fossils and comes up with some intriguing observations. Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology by R.M . Porter 14 Forum 18 Did the Early Middle Ages Exist Only as a Sacred Cow? Heribert Illig debates with Trevor Palmer ...
152. The 108-year Cyclicism of the Ancient Catastrophes [Journals] [Aeon]
... " which has been mistranslated as the constellation Arcturus. "Ma'ayish" and "me owr," in Hebrew, are both Mars. Furthermore, the month of the other cluster of catastrophes, October, in Hebrew is Marchesvan, or Mars' month. It was on the 17th day of this Hebrew month (October 24) that Genesis records the onset of the Flood Catastrophe. Mars was the marauding planet. Velikovsky's candidate of Venus cannot be correct for a clear set of basic engineering principles, as discussed by Windsor.(9 ) Step V. Identifying the Date and Year of the Final Flyby In ancient history, there are no more catastrophes following the Isaiah-Sennacherib Fiery ...
153. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ) during Miocene time Look at the maps below, covering various periods of the Tertiary, and you will easily recognise the Noachian Deluge in Australia. Note that several vast lakes and many smaller ones cover over a quarter of Australia during the so-called Oligocene time. This obviously brings to mind the after-effects of 40 days and nights of rainstorms (Genesis 7:4 , 7:12). As well as that, on the same day that the rains started were all the fountains of the great deep broken up' (Genesis 7:11). The Hebrew word tehom used in this verse points back to Genesis 1:2 where it is used to mean oceanic depths ...
154. Return to the Paelo-Saturnian Ssystem (Forum) [Journals] [Aeon]
... "is connected to adom (red) only so far as the word for soil and ground (earth) happens to be adama." He goes on to state that Adam "was only named such because he was formed of the dust of the earth (or ground) '. " This might be all true as far as Genesis is concerned. After all, with the passage of time, in the terrestrialization of the cosmic events, a reason had to be found as to why Adam was said to have been red. As he himself tells us, the word "red" must not here be necessarily understood as "crimson," but merely as " ...
155. Thoth Vol III, No. 6: March 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... conclusions drawn from the standard solar model, which is central to modern cosmology, I agree with Gregg Easterbrook who wrote in The New Republic of last October 12; ". .. for sheer extravagant implausibility, nothing in theology or metaphysics can hold a candle to the [Big] Bang. Surely, if this description of the cosmic genesis came from the Bible or the Koran rather than the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it would surely be treated as a preposterous myth." CARDONA OFFERS: But the theory DID come from a religious work. Here's a short selection from [not yet published] Chapter 1 of GOD STAR by Dwardu Cardona: Begin quote: In fact ...
156. Sidelights on Velikovsky's 'Ages in Chaos' [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Syncellius went so far as to claim that all authors agree in stating that Joseph was raised to his high position "during the reign of Apophis"- one of the Apops. To this the Egyptologist Edouard Naville could only add: "We have no reason to challenge the correctness of this statement, which seems in conformity with the [Genesis] narrative."8 Yet the Bible narrative makes it clear that the Egypt that Joseph governed was a wealthy kingdom, the granary of the ancient east, pictured as victim of dearth but once. The Hyksos mounted the saddle of Egypt in a time of heavenly fury against the country, as Manetho testified, when the people were ...
157. Catastrophism! CD: Your help needed [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ends of articles, and re-join broken paragraphs. Just earn 20 points from proof reading the publications below, and you'll earn a free Catastrophism! CD. Catastrophism and Ancient History (up to 24 issues+ 3 Proceedings) (2 point each issue) Catastrophist Geology (up to 6 issues) (2 point each) Chaldean Account of Genesis by George Smith (10 points) Riddles of the Earth by Comyns Beaumont (Appian Way) Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Beaumont (10 points) The Mysterious Comet by Beaumont (10 points) Paradise Found, The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole by William F Warren (10 points) Bombarded Earth by Rene Gallant ...
158. The Inconstant Heavens [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of circular movements (around the sun) and of a limited universe bounded by the sphere of the fixed stars. The opposition to Copernicus was determined by the realization that by giving mathematical structure to the heliocentric theory he lent support to the subversion of metaphysics that had been associated with it by Nicholas of Cusa. Questioning of the text of Genesis began as a result of the Copernican theory: if the Earth is nothing but a planet revolving around the Sun, one may doubt that its creation was the result of a providential dispensation. A son-in-law of Osiander, the editor of Copernicus, uttered the first frank challenge to the divine authority of the biblical narrative: neque mihi quisquam ...
159. Letter to the Editor from W. T. Black [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... book, little realizing that it is also a very important historical document. For many years Biblical scholars, archaeologists, and even geologists searched for evidence of Noah's Flood in Mesopotamia, ignoring the fact that the flood was world wide. Despite many thousands of dollars spent in such research, no evidence was found to correspond with the account in Genesis. Some scholars, like Hastings, then declared it a myth. The difficulty lay in the fact that the Biblical record was an account of two floods- Noah's Flood "superimposed," so to speak, onto a much more ancient description of a far earlier flood. As we all know, there were once two Hebrew kingdoms ...
160. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... century BC and then housed in the Second Temple of Jerusalem. This would surely suggest that, if anything, it is the later Masoretic (2nd century AD) version which is edited rather than the other way around. So, what else speaks against the shorter Sojourn? John Bimson calls upon the evidence of the genealogical material supplied in Genesis, Exodus and 1 Chronicles as a witness to the correctness of the 430-year span. So let us use that same material to show that the interval between Joseph and Exodus was much nearer to 215 years than 430. There are two long' genealogies to which John refers [SIS Review III:3 , p. 67]. ...
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