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161. Abraham's Birthplace [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... " He adds, "It has also been suggested that Shinar represents the cuneiform sum(er) -ur(i ), i.e ., Sumer and Akkad, and that the biblical equivalent of Sumer is Shem [from cuneiform sum(er)]"; hence the men of renown" (anshey ha-shem) of Genesis 6:4 would instead be the men of Sumer. (See Encyclopedia Judaica 1972, Vol. 15, 515.) Now, whether Shinar refers to both Sumer and Akkad or to Sumer alone, the term was restricted in its origin to Southern Mesopotamia. This is supported by the appearance of Elam next to Shinar in Isaiah ...
162. Child of Saturn (Part IV) [Journals] [Kronos]
... we shall see, however, even they did not pay proper attention to what the ancients themselves had to say concerning this god. To begin with, the identification of Mithras as Sol Invictus- the Invincible Sun- did not take place until the 3rd century A.D ., (13) at a time when the god's true genesis had long been forgotten. This assimilation, for which we have the Romans to thank, should never have been arrived at since portraits of Sol, together with Luna, are often incorporated in the same relief in company with Mithras.(14) One famous scene even portrays Mithras sharing a meal with Sol.(15) In ...
163. Foreword by Prof. Theodore Monod [Books]
... wishes to acquaint his readers with the opinion of a non-specialist. In fact, I have but slight qualifications to judge with any competence a work that will provoke both very vigorous criticism from many geologists, and also imprudent comments from those whose minds are still insufficiently prepared to distinguish between fact and hypothesis. My interest in circular structures and their genesis, arose some thirty years ago with the study of one of the most important ones in the Western Sahara. This is 50 km. in diameter and its origin still remains unexplained. Ever since then, I have done my best to follow the progress of studies devoted to such structures. Some, though only a few so far ...
... once incomparably greater in size and nearer to both Norway and Scotland than is now the case. Here lay the home of the Aryans, the Noble Ones, and it is generally admitted by ethnologists that they were the same as the Adamites, or what is termed Adam in the O.T . They were, as the Book of Genesis states, a giant people, the "men of old, men of renown", and if the Flood of Noah took place in the British Isles and Scandinavia to wit, it will lead to the inevitable conclusion that the Aryans who escaped from that catastrophe dispersed to other climes, some permanently, others temporarily, many having been ...
165. The Lately Tortured Earth [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Salt and Oil Encounter and Collisions PART III: HYDROLOGY Water Deluges Floods and Tides Ice Fields of the Earth PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE Earthquakes Volcanism Sinking and Rising Lands Expansion and Contraction PART V: RIFTS, RAFTS AND BASINS Thrusting and Orogeny Ocean Basins Fractures and Cleavages Canyons and Channels Continental Tropism and Rafting Sediments PART VI: BIOSPHERICS Fossil Deposits Genesis and Extinction Pandemonium Spectres PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION Intensity, Scope and Suddenness The Recency of the Surface Epilogue: Two Charts of Time Foreware The title of this book, The Lately Tortured Earth, may appear flamboyant, but such is the fault of reality. The author objects to the pedantic sweet view of the world of nature ...
166. SIS Internet Digest 2002 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 2002 Number 1 Contents One of three panels from Bilbao illustrating a "diving" god who emerges from the great jaws of the cosmic caiman or Makara. The deity wears a crown made of what appears to be a development of the trefoil symbolism which is usually associated with the caiman in both India and among the Maya. From: Mayan Genesis by Graeme R. Kearsley, Fig. 168/4 . See page 6. About the SIS; How to Join Editorial .. 1 World Wide Web focus .. 2 Ed Conrad's Web site .. 2 Saturn: Source of Measure .. 2 The Atlantis Secret .. 3 Twelve More Moons Around Saturn .. 3 ...
167. Some Religious Themes in the Light of Velikovsky et alia [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... long had the idea at the back of my mind that each figure of the Trinity might be planetary, and this prompted me to start researching this field after reading Elizabeth Gaudry's letter in WORKSHOP 3:4 , p. 30-1. As I have already stated, I was able to identify Saturn with the deity of the early chapters of Genesis: in fact Tacitus recorded the Jews as worshipping the planet Saturn (Shabbatai) as their god.(3 ) The Canaanite El (= Saturn) was the father figure of the Trinity of El, Baal and Asherah, and El was sometimes an alternative name for Yahweh/ Yahu. Thus I conclude that Yahweh was Saturn and ...
168. C&C Review 1996:2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . Reade questions whether the pyramids really model the constellation Orion. Relation Between the Perpetual Calendar Based on the 128 Years 12 Flavio Barbiero presents an explanation for stone calendars like the Aztec Piedra del Sol' (front cover). Planetary Observations of the T'ang Dynasty 16 Charles B. Raspil investigates Chinese planetary observations between 618 and 906AD. The Genesis of Israel and Egypt 23 Emmett J. Sweeney investigates the very beginnings of Egyptian and Hebrew history and finds characters and events unnaturally separated in textbooks by 1,000 years. The Wabar Meteorite Crater in the Empty Quarter of Saudi Arabia By Gerrit L. Verschuur 11 Notes and Queries 26 Ancient Egyptian Stoneworking Techniques Recent Developments in Near Eastern ...
169. Did the Sumerians and the Akkadians Ever Exist? [Journals] [Aeon]
... of the Land of the Two Rivers.Problems: The so-called Dynasties IV to VIII (dated from ca. 1156 to 747 BCE) cannot be proven to have existed, either archaeologically or from their own text sources. The so-called Fourth Dynasty with Nabonassar (ca. 747 to 727 BCE) underwent a revolution which was paralleled by the genesis of the city states in Greece and Rome and by the revolution of Tiglath-Pileser (ca.744 to 727 BCE). This revolution could have caused the beginning of private property, interest, and money. Strangely, however, the famous achievements of Nabonassar and Tiglath-Pileser were supposedly anticipated by some revolutionaries in the third millennium. Especially intriguing ...
170. The Chronology of the Late Kings of Egypt [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... time position relative to the exodus set at the Hyksos invasion.23 An official under Amenemhet III records that among his female Asiatic slaves, one had the name Shiprah,24 the same as that of the mid-wife mentioned in Exodus 1:15 as serving at the time of Moses birth. Joseph was made second man in the kingdom (Genesis 41:41-44). The titles assigned to the vizier of Sesostris I have a remarkable agreement with the titles and responsiblities of Joseph as stated in Scripture.25 Supporting Evidence from Jericho The destroyed walls of Jericho, fallen down the sides of the mound, were observed by John Garstang and identified by him with those of the Joshua ...
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