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331. Can Imhotep be Joseph? (Letter) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... . In the Jewish version Joseph could have been loosely modeled after Imhotep, and this could account for the many parallels noted by Hand, Chetwynd, and others. However, if one accepts the basic historicity of the Biblical story of Joseph, there is at least one major problem that Hand fails to address. This is that according to Genesis, Joseph's father was Jacob. Jacob was not an Egyptian and was a shepherd. But the father of Imhotep was an Egyptian architect. At least that is what an Egyptian architect of the early Persian period, Khnum-ab-ra claimed. The latter left various inscriptions at Wadi el Hammamat.28 One of these contains a list of his ancestors ...
332. Some Notes on Catastrophism in the Classics [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the battlements of Mycenae resting his head on his hands kynos diken', in the manner of a dog, waiting for the fire-signal that is to announce the capture of Troy. While on the subject of Agamemnon, murdered with an axe by his wife on his return to Mycenae, it is interesting to note the similarity between Peleg (Genesis, Chapter X), in whose days the earth was divided, and pelekys' the Greek double axe. Of similar appearance, perhaps, was Thor's hammer Mjollnir (Russian molnia' = lightning); the one would be well suited for checking errant celestial bodies, the other for laying low a sacrificial bull, so as to ...
333. Proof readers wanted: earn a free Catastrophism! CD-Rom [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... As an incentive, I'm offering a free Catastrophism! CD-Rom of the completed next edition; just earn 20 points earned from proof reading the publications below. 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 Comyns Beaumont (10 points) The Mysterious Comet by Comyns Beaumont (10 points) Pre-history and Earth Models by Melvin Cook (10 points) Scientific Prehistory by Melvin Cook (10 points) Paradise Found, The ...
334. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... is to shunt God even further back "out of harm's way", so that, if he exists, he doesn't bother all the happy humanists in their frolicking. In my opinion, catastrophism neither proves nor disproves religion. No matter how far back you go in the chain of cause and effect to explain the Exodus miracles, or Genesis I, you can still put God at the source or use purely physical explanations, as it suits you. In a way, both are correct, but are simply speaking of different aspects of one reality. So long may the S.I .S . remain impartial on this subject, and let's keep the intolerance of Nature ...
335. Velikovsky: Bonds of the Past [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Internet Digest 1999:1 , p.5 ] In addition to beautiful color photography of Egypt and Switzerland, the film includes interviews with Eric Larrabee, who authored the reviews of Worlds in Collision in Harpers; Lloyd Motz, William Mullen, C. J. Ransom, David Carlyle, William Birenbaum, and others. Velikovsky discusses the genesis of his ideas, sets forth the outlines of a catastrophe involving Saturn, reminisces concerning his debates with Einstein, and speaks of Freud's theories. [Real Player software required] ...
336. Proof readers wanted: earn a free Catastrophism! CD-Rom [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... As an incentive, I'm offering a free Catastrophism! CD-Rom of the completed next edition; just earn 20 points earned from proof reading the publications below. 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 Comyns Beaumont (10 points) The Mysterious Comet by Comyns Beaumont (10 points) Pre-history and Earth Models by Melvin Cook (10 points) Paradise Found, The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole ...
337. The Garden, the Fall and the Restoration [Articles]
... memory of that time preserved, it would be a memory of a state in which human behavior was normal, rational. The assumption of a pathological state automatically implies the existence of a normal state, otherwise we have no definition for the pathological state. Of course we have descriptions of such a state, in the first two chapters of Genesis and literature from all the primitive cultures, so-called "Paradise Myths". Maybe I can just read a couple of examples. (Quotes Genesis 2:9 : "And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in ...
338. Ragnarok: The Age of Fire and Gravel [Books]
... . The Conflagrations of Phaeton. 6. Other Legends of The Conflagration. 7. Legends of The Cave Life. 8. Legends of The Age of Darkness. 9. The Triumph of The Sun. 10. The Fall of The Clay and Gravel. 11. The Arabian Myths. 12. The Book of Job. 13. Genesis Read By The Light of The Comet. PART IV: CONCLUSIONS 1. Was Pre-Glacial Man Civilised? 2. The Scene of Man's Survival. 3. The Bridge. 4. Objections Considered. 5. Biela's Comet. 6. The Universal Belief of Mankind. 7. The Earth Struck By Comets Many Times. 8. The ...
339. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... us digesting the evidence for a northerly origin for the culture of these early Dynasties and switched to a consideration of the work of the late R. A. Walker, who, in a privately printed work attempted (very convincingly) to answer the question: Can we identify the geographical location of the Garden of Eden from a consideration of Genesis 2? ' The answer appeared to be a pretty definite yes', and the location was demonstrated to be the Caucasus area where four major rivers - including the Tigris and Euphrates - have their source. We were not surprised to learn that here grow both the Lily and the Hogweed. We were then reminded of the extremely interesting ...
340. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of Mt St Helens shows how far fields are covered with ashes and dust. But, quite independently, even in normal years, the land around Hebron is not land for pasture; Jacob, too, sent his sons with the flocks away to better lands for pasture. The catastrophe of Sodom and Gomorrah is described in chapter XIX of Genesis. Chapter XX returns to the story of Abraham after the report about Lot and his fate has closed. According to XX, Abraham went to the Negev and sat at Kadesh Barnea, an oasis in the northern Negeb with plenty of water. If your correspondent had taken a look on a map, or studied the Biblical text more ...
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