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... an entirely plausible reason at once becomes evident. The weight' of a body on a planet decreases when centrifugal powers become active. It would be nil at the equator, if our Earth were to spin on its axis in less than about 11 hours, things would then be thrown off, out into space. (Indeed, the genesis of our Moon has been supposed to be due to an instability of the Earth's body brought about by rapid rotation, but the idea is absolutely fortuitous because no agent can be shown which could have imparted such a rate of rotation to our planet.) According to Hoerbiger, the rotation of our Earth is due to its satellites, ...
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362. The Excavation Of Ebla [Journals] [Kronos]
... competing with Egypt and Akkad for control of the many lesser states of Palestine and Syria at the end of the third millennium B. C. 6) The tablets indicate that there reigned at Ebla a dynasty of six kings, the most important of whom was Ebruum or Ibrium, who may possibly be the Eber of the Old Testament (Genesis 1 1: 14). The king of Ebla was assisted by two ministers and a Council of Elders. The queen appears to have played a prominent role in Eblan affairs being listed second after the king. The Crown Prince of the realm received extensive training for rulership beginning as an ambassador to a small city, then to a ...
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... cuneiform texts that concern astrological and astromythological conceptions of the Babylonians have in the meantime taught me that very much of what happens to us modern Westerners nonsensical about the world views of the Easterners, and of the ancient Orientals in particular, in reality lacks neither factual foundations nor sound logic. Why are the stars called "heavenly host" in Genesis, in Deuteronomy, in Judges, and in Kings? What does the battle of stars signify in the Sibylline Books? What is the meaning of the Phaėthon? legend, describing disorder among the luminaries in the sky and continents burned and flooded? Kugler asked these questions and expressed his conviction that the battle of the stars in the ...
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364. Letters [Journals] [Kronos]
... in the intermediate phases of ethnic definition and deportation. Less obvious, but more interesting, has been the reaction-pattern of most of those Jewish intellectual survivors-from-a-distance who have written on the holocaust since 1945 (Myers, 80: "cataclysms tend to be interpreted by their survivors, not by their victims")- a pattern which, in its genesis and content, closely parallels Myers' theory on the origin and psychology of the great religions. In the aftermath of the European Jewish catastrophe, the dominant pattern which emerges reveals that academic interpretation has systematically misused documents along three modes in order to: a) gradually reduce the number of victims,(1 ) b) portray the ...
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... is rendered as slanderer'; the real meaning, however, is the literal one, for the word is derived from the Greek diaballein, to throw over, to hurl violently, to fling or shoot: the slinger'. The devil threw stones over great distances, just as the dragon swept down stars with its tail. From Genesis to Revelation the devil appears as a serpent or dragon; the two are one. It is certainly worthy of note that all words cognate with devil contain the idea of furious violence, e.g . Greek tūphon, a hurricane; Arabic tūfon, a destructive demon; and even Chinese tai-feng, a tornado of the China Seas ...
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366. Some 'New Chronology' Issues [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... synchronising the above two 400 year periods. When they are exactly synchronised we find Jacob being born 60 years after their start and dying a further 147 years later. The interrelated cycles of traditions about the Houses of Jacob and Esau strongly represent the resultant Edomite kingdom as lasting for about 235 years after either Isaac's death or Jacob's death. But Genesis 36:31 states that these Edomites reigned before any king reigned over the sons of Israel'. These 235 years of Edomite rule therefore ended before 1046 BC, the start of Saul's reign (or whatever other date is proposed for him). Any chronological reduction which brings about the start of the two four hundred year periods later ...
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367. Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock [Journals] [SIS Review]
... times 2p equals the perimeter at the base [16]. To Hancock this seems too close for coincidence. [Ed. 's note: the actual ratio seems to be 2 3.14, which is not precisely 2p.] Hancock also read the related literature. The Popol Vuh [11,12] is compared with Genesis and the Mayan calendar with the Gregorian. Not only was the Mayan more accurate but they also had a very accurate reckoning of the moon's time to orbit the earth. One wonders why it was necessary to sacrifice so many people if they knew the movements of the heavens so accurately. Hancock details Flood stories from various parts of the ...
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... . Paley's doctrine was required study in the universities, and was the received wisdom in society. There was only one way to reform Parliament, and that was to destroy Paley's Natural Theology - and the only way to do that was to discredit the catastrophist notions of its religious defenders who sought to reconcile the geological evidence with the story of Genesis. Scientists in Britain and on the Continent had been making discoveries in the geological record that strained the literal interpretation of the biblical story, while others tried to save it by reinterpreting the words (six days were really six eras, and so on). Many scientists who were also religious tried to find solutions acceptable to the churches ...
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369. Showers of Glass [Journals] [SIS Review]
... on a controversial and difficult subject, and one involving - indeed, somewhat beset by - highly sophisticated methods of investigation. At one time it was thought that tektites could result from volcanic eruptions on Earth, but this idea was soon dispelled. The chemical composition of tektites was far different from other terrestrial volcanic rocks. Other ideas including their genesis in the heating of meteorites, the collision between a meteorite and a natural Earth satellite, and falls of an antimatter, have not stood the test of time. Two current hypotheses still command respect, however. A minority opinion sees tektites originating from lunar volcanoes: one notable advocate of this idea is O'Keefe (see Workshop 3: ...
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370. Life Itself: Accident or Design? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... stuff of life. Miller's results, which he published in a modest two-page article in Science, seemed to provide stunning evidence that life could arise out of simple chemical reactions in the primordial soup'. Pundits speculated that scientists, like Mary Shelley's Dr Frankenstein, would shortly conjure up living organisms in their laboratories and thereby demonstrate in detail how genesis unfolded. It hasn't worked out that way. The problem of the origin of life has turned out to be much more difficult than I, and most other people, envisioned, ' says Miller, now a professor of chemistry at the University of California at San Diego." Horgan then goes on to discuss why this is so ...
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