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261. On The Origin Of Tektites [Journals] [Kronos]
... collisions with the moon."(2 ) So, also, according to J. A. O'Keefe.(3 ) It was earlier pointed out to me, however, that "any thought of a lunar origin for tektites was dispelled by the manned lunar landings."(4 ) Among those who had already debunked such a genesis for these glassy meteorites were Virgil E. Barnes,(5 ) William K. Hartman(6 ) and H. C. Urey.(7 ) In an addenda appended to my earlier article, I then raised my own objections and, with the artillery available to me at the time, defended as best I could the ...
262. Graham Hancock Position Statement [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Hancock Position Statement http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~martins/Pyramid/hancockps.html 22 July 1998. Position Statement by Graham Hancock on the Antiquity and Meaning of the Giza Monuments. I am the author of Fingerprints of the Gods and the co-author (with Robert Bauval) of Keeper of Genesis (entitled The Message of the Sphinx in the United States). Before continuing I advise all who are interested in this position statement to read first the critique of my work posted by Martin Stower on his website: http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~martins/Pyramid/kogenesis.html ...
263. The Golden Age and Nova of Super Saturn [Books] [de Grazia books]
... all accomplished before Saturn appeared. Various scholar identify the Biblical Elohim as Saturn (de Santillana and von Dechend, p146; Tresman and O' Gheoghan; Cardona, 1973a; and others). More likely, the story adopts the designation of god employed during the Saturnian Age (as for example, it was assertedly retold by Moses in Genesis). But "Elohim" at the beginning of Genesis is behaving like the great inactive demiurge brooding over the Pangean chaos, who then becomes activated as Super Uranus in the troubled phase, and creates the world, as mankind, born on the sixth day, received and perceived the Cosmos. Whereupon a more detailed account begins, ...
264. The Jupiter Order [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Lapointe et al.) A small tilt and a relatively diffuse plenum made the variations in such sunlight as was released very noticeable on the Earth in the altered system. Seasonal differences in the earlier era were minimal compared to variations in climate now existent on the Earth and during the year. We have already suggested that the first lines of Genesis move quickly, and possibly in a confused way, from a Uranian beginning into the Age of Saturn. Similarly, the second and different creation, which follows a few verses later without evident attempts to reconcile the two theories, begins in a Uranian setting, of mist without rain, and before agriculture. Man is made out of ...
... . Prehist., Paris, 1889, p.174. 18. Ilios, p. 418 19. See p. 786. 20. Ilios," fig. 226, le 337 . 21. "Ibid, p.694. 22. Ibid, p. 338. 23.See p. 795. 24. Genesis i, 28. 25. Genesis, viii, 17; ix, 26. Genesis iii, 16, 27. Genesis xiii,16; xv, 5. 28. "llios," preface, p. xi. 29. Ilios, app.1 , p. 659. 30. Ibid. app.6 ...
266. King Solomon's Mines? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... "My People". That book is in fact only a third (the middle section) of "Indaba, My Children" by Vuzumazulu Credo Mutwa, published by Blue Crane Books of Johannesburg. This fascinating book is a long history of Mutwa's tribe; after a wonderful poem on "The Tree of Life", a sort of Genesis myth, the first part contains the story of the "first red people". In the African tradition related by Mutwa, the "First Red Race" - the Amarire - became extinct after their crippled tyrant created "living metal locusts" (Spacecraft) and sent them into space to capture Ninavanhoe-Ma, the Mother of Creation and ...
267. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... acceptable world-view. Perhaps we can agree on that? In the chapter In the Beginning', my admission' of the problems with the Saturnian hypothesis was actually a recognition of the problems put forth by the hypothesisers' themselves. According to Palmer:'. . . [Strickling] argues not only that the lesser light' [of Genesis] was Saturn but also, since there is no mention of the Moon, that this must have been captured by the Earth after the Genesis account was written. Comment is surely unnecessary. ' The truth is that I suggested (years ago) that the Lesser Light' might not have been the moon; Montgomery, Greenberg and ...
268. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... interest as an attempt to pursue to a conclusion the question which has driven many dissident historians, such as Heinsohn and Sweeney: what if Herodotus was right? '. In assessing the merits (or otherwise) of Lasken's proposal, maybe this question can finally be answered, one way or the other. Contributions welcome. Harold Tresman's Geological Genesis reappears in this issue because of a dreadful attack of the gremlins in Workshop 1992:2 - because of a computer mix-up, it appeared without any references and with its second part only in a preliminary form. The only thing to do was to reprint the corrected article in full; apologies to all. The third is Trevor Palmer's ...
269. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop Vol 6 No 2 (Aug 1985) Home | Issue Contents Letters Giants' Genetics?Dear Sir, A Biblical passage of the pre-Flood era, Genesis 6:1-4, tells that giants were born of the sexual union between the sons of God and the daughters of men. Whiston, in his English translation of Josephus's ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWS, offers this footnote for the parallel passage: "This notion, that the fallen angels were, in some sense the fathers of the old giants, was the constant opinion of antiquity." (I , iii, 1) I wish to suggest that such would be the appearance if the giants were ...
270. Ebla and Near East Chronology Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... undermine this stance (we may also note that Crete was apparently settled by immigrants from the Troy II culture zone in the wake of the EB2 catastrophe). The Patriarchs Various attempts have been made to locate the age of the patriarchs within second millennium Palestine, i.e . Albright in MB I (the EB-MB of Kenyon). Genesis 14 describes an invasion by an alliance of four kings seeking to subjugate the Transjordan region and quell a rebellion of five cities in the valley of the Dead Sea. Lot is taken captive and Abraham with a small force gave chase and defeated the army of the four kings, restored Lot, captives, and booty, etc. Elam ...
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