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... detail that the deluge, which we are told resulted from rain, came from the north- west (north in the Wichita version). The fact that we do not have here any counterpart for Noah and his Ark would seem to suggest that this is an independent native- American flood legend, though there are some interesting parallels with Genesis (see ii, iii & v below). Whether or not we can put this Pawnee legend together with Noah to prove' the occurrence of a global flood is, as ever, an open question, but I would point out that no comet- like cause is indicated in either legend. ii) The implication that the ...
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222. The Chronology of Israel and Judah Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Manasseh 697/96-687/86 687/86-643/42 Amon 643/42-641/40 Josiah 641/40-609 Jehoahaz 609 Jehoiakim 609-598 Jehoiachim 598-597 Zedekiah 597-586 The kingdom of Israel was comprised of the other ten tribes of Israel, including the chief tribe of Ephraim. The tribes of Israel were named for the twelve sons of Jacob-Israel (see Genesis 49). The two sons of Joseph, Ephraim and Manasseh, were accounted as two tribes in the inheritance of the land of Israel, while the tribe of Levi was scattered throughout Israel as priests and teachers. The territory of the kingdom of Israel consisted of much of current-day Jordan (the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and ...
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223. Earth Parturition and Moon Birth [Books] [de Grazia books]
... queen with the undifferentiated chaos, then with the sea and the moon. Further, she later is divided into heaven and earth amidst the general destruction of the monstrous species. The god Belus acts the part of a manifested Super-Uranus or of the Super-Saturn that succeeded the destruction of Uranus, and thus corresponds to the Elohim (Saturn-Kronos) of Genesis. Nor may one overlook the possible significance of the other name of Belus, "Dis," for it resembles "deus" (god) in Latin. In the beginning, says the Bible, "The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit (or ...
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224. Avaris and El-Arish (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... cannibalism among the ancient Hebrews is the confessed desire of the tribe of Zebulum, a reference which is to be found in Ginzberg. Since the Hebrews practiced the rites of the gods as they were practiced by the nations with whom they were in contact, Zebulum may have copied its rituals from distant nations. Being a tribe of sailors (Genesis 49:13), Zebulum had contact with a variety of nations in Europe and North Africa. Thus, I would suggest that one look in the literature of Phoenicia, Rome, and Carthage, if one wants to find evidence of ritual cannibalism. But I wouldn't suggest that Cardona do it, because he might "tamper" ...
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225. Evidence for the Extreme Youth of Venus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... after the Sun and the Moon. Astronomers repeatedly refer to it as Earth's twin' [1 ]. They should not - for twins are always born close together in time and there is no evidence to support their assumption that the two planets are of the same age. I will show instead that Venus has the hallmarks of a recent genesis. What do I mean by recent'? By recent I mean too recent to be measured in millions, let alone billions of years: more likely the event occurred within human memory and its age can be measured in thousands of years. What is meant by genesis'? At least it means the final chapters of the interaction ...
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226. Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... remains of the biblical Pentapolis, as neither does he offer any evidence to support the identity of the ruins as the remains of Midianite cities. What he does offer is a blunt statement followed by a faulty argument: [Cardona] is wrong, and Vaninger is right, for the simplest of reasons. The cities of the Plain in Genesis 18 were precisely that- cities of the Jordan Rift Valley, in the plain where the Dead Sea is now found. By contrast, the Early Bronze cities excavated in southwest Jordan by Walter Rast and Thomas Schaub were hill-top communities.5 True- "the cities of the plain" is the term employed in Genesis in relation to ...
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... doubt that the species Homo sapiens is capable of any "belief," we cannot perceive any cogent reason for subscribing to Charpentier's view. 361 Mula/mura, the "root," is a Nakshatra, a lunar mansion woven around with tales: it is the sting of Scorpius, serving as Marduk's weapon in: the "Babylonian Genesis" and as Polynesian Maui's fishhook; with the Copts it is "statio translationis Caniculae . . . unde et Siot vocatur," i.e ., the Coptic table of lunar stations takes lambda upsilon Scorpii as the precise opposite of Sirius/Sothis, as we are informed by Athanasius Kircher, whereas Indian tables ascribe the role ...
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228. The Dragon in Myth and Folklore [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ) Job laments being ". .. a brother to dragons and a companion to owls" (Job:30:29). It is not likely that he was referring to comets here. Yet this dragon (Heb. "tanin") was no ordinary sea creature. It is specifically named as a distinct generic kind in Genesis 1:21, created on the Fifth Day of the Creation sequence: "And God created great whales (Heb. "tanin"), and every living creature (Heb. "nefesh", elsewhere translated as life or soul) that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind..." ...
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229. The Birth and Odyssey of Halley's Comet: From 2484 B.C. to the Present Time [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... orbits (counter-clockwise) around the Sun and developed into the "short-term" comets we see, most of which have periods of 5 to 7 years, with many indeed in resonance with Jupiter in its orbit. Thus the Glacis "cloud" or "cluster" of ice fragments (rather than the Oort Cloud) may be a superior genesis explanation for many- even most- of these short-term icy comets. Certainly this explanation is superior to an Oort Cloud some 2 light years distant that lacks verifiability. No evidence of its existence has ever been identified. Celestial Physics. The present orbit of Halley's Comet is our clue to the birth event. A flyby of Mars would ...
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... no doubt that they were extant at a much earlier period. The obelisks that we know were in pairs at the entrance to the temples (like as the Indian pillars were) in front of the first pylon, the Indian torn (see "The Dokana"). Marietto Bey38 says this ancient city of An was the On of Genesis the Aven of Ezekiel, and the Beth-Shemesh of Jeremiah: it is the MR of the Copts; and its Greek name Heliopolis may have been a translation of Pa-Ra, House of Ra Pap. Hieroglyphs It's obelisk was put up by Xeper-ka-Ra-Usertsen I. of the 12th dynasty (3064 B.C .? ). The name An ...
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