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301. Aeon Volume IV, Number 5: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Dwardu Cardona. Editorial Dwardu Cardona Vox Popvli Our readers sound off. PAGE 5 Stability and Dimensions of the Polar Configuration Robert Driscoll adds new perspectives to the alignment of planets dictated by the Saturnian model. PAGE 11 The Cosmic Origin of the Swastika Dwardu Cardona investigates one of the most pervasive of ancient symbols and offers some preliminary conjectures concerning its genesis. PAGE 17 The Saturn Thesis (Part 2) The second part of an in-depth interview with David Talbott, in which he continues to illustrate the coherence of mythological motifs as they pertain to the unfolding Saturnian scenario. PAGE 29 Mons Veneris Why was the ancient sun-god said to have risen and set over the same mountain? Why was ...
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302. The Divine Succession [Books] [de Grazia books]
... " typesetters, Lambertville, N.J . and the cover was made by Carol Stoddard. Printing and binding are by Multiprint Company, New York City. TO: Earl S. Johnson melior magister myriadis The Divine Succession A Science of Gods Old and New By Alfred de Grazia TABLE OF CONTENTS Forward PART I. THEOMACHY Chapter ONE The Genesis of Religion Chapter TWO The Succession of Gods Chapter THREE Knowing the Gods Chapter FOUR The Heavenly Host Chapter FIVE Legends and Scripture Chapter SIX Ritual and Sacrifice Chapter SEVEN Man's Divine Mirror Chapter EIGHT Indispensable Gods PART II. THEOTROPY Chapter NINE Sacral Vs Secular Man Chapter TEN Ethics and the Supernatural Chapter ELEVEN Religious Elements in Science Chapter TWELVE New Proofs ...
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303. C&C Workshop 2003, Number 1: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Society News 1 Letters 2 Article The Celestial Tower by Emmet Sweeney 3 Monitor 6 Bookshelf; Obituary: Marcello Truzzi 9 News from the Internet The Cosmonaut Cover-up 10 Gustave Albin Whitehead 10 Gustave Whitehead's Flying Machine 10 Revealing the True Colors of NASA 11 The Megalith Map 12 Book: Pacal's Portal to Paradise At Palenque by Graeme Kearsley 13 Book: Genesis Unveiled by Ian Lawton 13 Gods and Planets by Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs 13 Copyright (c ) March 2003 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960) - registration number 286264 PRODUCTION TEAM: Jill Abery, David Davis, Val Pearce and Ian Tresman POSTAL EDITORIAL ADDRESS: Innesfree', Highsted,Valley, ...
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304. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... drowned because of massive invasions of shallow seas upon the continents. The actual figures are 75% sea water drownings and 25% continental rain water and river delta drownings. For the Age of Mammals the figures are reversed: 20% are drowned by shallow sea invasions and 80% by lowland continental and upland fresh water. The book of Genesis makes it clear that the Deluge drownings were caused by forty days and nights of rainstorms. Once more this favours the Cenozoic era and not the Mesozoic or Dinosaurian era. A possible new sequence of the geological ages might be: Cenozoic Holocene - Neolithic, Bronze, Iron Pleistocene, Tertiary - Noachian Deluge - many giant forms of today's ...
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305. CANEPA: BOOK REVIEW [Journals] [Aeon]
... Napier in collaboration with M.A . Bailey. The book commences with a review of ancient cometary theories. It moves through the dark ages of astronomy which finally began to be illuminated with the new theories of the Renaissance. Following that period, the consensus concerning the origin of comets seems to have been divided between those who sought cometary genesis within the Solar System and those who vouched for an interstellar one. Although the Oort cloud hypothesis is the most easily defensible, this conflict remains unresolved to this day. The degree of ignorance concerning comets which the authors discuss is startling. Erroneous views of the nature of comets can be documented from Aristotle to Tycho Brahe's time. Consider ...
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306. Khima And Kesil [Journals] [Kronos]
... the Deluge on the Earth."(1 ) The sentence is said in the name of Rabbi Samuel. This Rabbi Samuel was regarded as a great authority in the field of astronomy, actually as the Talmudic authority in this science. The Tractate Brakhot so explicitly points to the cause of the Deluge that, before classifying the narrative in Genesis in its entirety as folkloristic imagery (which in part it most certainly is), we ought to inquire: Which celestial body is Khima? In the rabbinical literature Khima is referred to as Mazal Khima(2 ) Mazal is "planet". Then which planet is Khima? In the Old Testament there are several instances where Khima ...
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307. Catastrophism and Ancient History. Vol XIII No 1. January 1991 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol 0201 Texts Home | C&AH Home Catastrophism and Ancient History A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study Volume XIII, Part 1 January 1991 CONTENTS A Potential Historical Connection for the Death and Burial of Jacob in Genesis .. 5 William H. Shea The Animal that Changed the Course of World History: The Mammoth .. 13 Vladimir Belousov Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts (A Crustal Deformation Theory) .. 17 Donald W. Patten and Samuel R. Windsor Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff .. 43 Dwardu Cardona Departments Editorial .. 3 Marvin Arnold Luckerman Theory Workshop: The Still-Lost City of Avaris : The Capital and Stronghold ...
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308. Internet Watch [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , cites a number of ancient pre-biblical texts and texts from other peoples concurrent with the rise of Israel, analyses the extra-biblical record for biblical personalities and events and presents a kind of ancient newsman's view of Old and New Testament events. Topics include 1: The link between Eve' and Rib', 2: The split personality' of Genesis Chapters 1 and 2, 3: The Historical Jacob and his line of children, 4: The Historical Joseph, how he hides in plain sight of all, 5: How Canaanites and their kin became Pharaoh, 6: The historical identity of Moses, now plain to see, 7: The source of Solomon's and David's writings ...
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... which solely possessed a unit numerator, or if not, possessed methods or tables that reduced nonunitary fractions to sets of unit fractions.[3 ] Babylonians used fractions which did not necessarily possess a unit numerator and they also had a reciprocal table.[4 ] Josephus has it that Abraham during his travels to Egypt as is recorded in Genesis brought to Egypt the mathematics of Babylon.[5 ] Fibonacci numbers Additive series sometimes known as Fibonacci numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34,... , in which each term is the sum of the preceding two terms, may clearly be said to be known and used in ...
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310. Habiru and Hebrew [Journals] [SIS Review]
... were not immune to tampering.) In any case, the eponym Eber appears in what may be one of the oldest fragments incorporated into the Book of Numbers by the Elohist, Balaam's blessing [8 ], as a nation side by side with Assyria' [9 ], as well as in Yahwist passages (e .g . Genesis 10's independent/prior account of the Shem-Arphaxad-Eber-Peleg lineage, to which the Priestly Writer of Gen.11 appends -Reu-Serug-Nahor-Terah-Abraham). Insults memorialised? The philological mismatch between ibrim and habiru is not necessarily damning but would undermine confidence in conclusions drawn from the identification. In section 2.4 of his thesis [10] van der Veen addresses ...
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