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... have recognized at the threshold of the current terrestrial period. It is supposed to have occurred roughly about I2 000 years ago, that is, just at the time at which, according to Hoerbiger, our present Moon was captured (Note 43). The influence of the climatic breakdown upon life was very far reaching. The Book of Genesis contains no mythological account of the tidal catastrophe which happened when the planet Luna was captured. The reason for this omission is not quite clear. It is certainly not absent because the redactor did not know of this Atlantis myth complex', for Semitic, and Jewish, mythology contains several accounts (Note 44). The most probable ...
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... am free to turn this question over to them for a decisive test. [picture] SPACE DREAM REALIZED IN 1979- Ames-JPL Drawing THE RING OF TRUTH THE CANOPY THEORY SUPPORTED BY HEBREW LEGENDS (Part 6) by Isaac N. Vail [picture] The Vailian canopy As I now enter upon the examination of the first few chapters of Genesis, I desire to be understood that- in this argument- I make no claim that these writings possess any more force as annular testimony than they would if they had come from the pen of Hesiod, Plutarch or Herodotus. For the present, I will keep my ideas of biblical inspiration in the background and esteem the Mosaic Record ...
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33. Abraham and Ur [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... challenge them without undertaking a critique of their whole presentation. Whether rebutting these premises vitiates their main conclusions is beyond my concern. Firstly, the identification of the Biblical Ur of the Chaldees (Ur Kasdim) with the Sumerian Ur is weak, and I reject it as did my late friend and mentor, Bronson Feldman. The material in Genesis relating to Abraham's family and Ur Kasdim as his birthplace situate the latter in Upper Mesopotamia. If it could be conclusively proven that the Chaldeans and Sumerians were one and the same, then this would constitute an argument for identifying Ur Kasdim with the Sumerian Ur dug by Woolley. But the argument can't work in the other direction- that ...
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34. Genesis Research & Education Foundation [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home | Issue Contents Genesis Research & Education Foundation An organisation investigating aspects of Origins: (1 ) the Origin of the Universe & of the Earth; (2 ) the Origin & Development of Life; (3 ) the Origin of Man & of Civilisation. Our work involves: (1 ) Scientific & archaeological research into origins; (2 ) Education about origins research, examining the philosophical, religious & ethical implications; (3 ) Humanitarian application of origins research to medical, agricultural & environmental concerns. As well as primary research, we provide multi-media presentations & ...
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35. Sodom and Gomorrah's Location and Destruction [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... of water dates no further back than the days of Abraham. The five cities appear to be a cohesive group. Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, Zeboiym, and Zoar (Bela) were often linked together geographically as though they were neighbors. in the Valley of Siddim. The five cities were also associated commercially, as is implied in Genesis, when they rebelled against the authority and refused to pay tribute to the kings of Mesopotamia. They are also mentioned as a group in the Ebla tablets, strongly indicative that they were a trading consortium or alliance. [1 ] The Jordan Valley The area covered by the Dead Sea is an extension of the Jordan Valley, as ...
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... . Further books will deal with the Assyrian, Babylonian and Chinese king lists. That which is reproduced here consists of extracts from Part I which have been abbreviated and modified to suit the requirements of a review paper. Example A: The postdiluvian patriarchal lists from Shem to Terah P. Wiseman, in this work titled Clues to Creation in Genesis [1 ] showed that Genesis had been compiled from the contents of a series of tablets. The sixth of these tablets related to The origins (or histories) of Terah', the father of Abram, and its details are in Genesis 11:10-27. The chronology of Figure 1 is derived from that tablet. Figure 1 ...
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37. Jupiter - God of Abraham (Part III) [Journals] [Kronos]
... so that its heat might reach as far as the earth".(163) On the sixteenth day of Nisan, precisely at dawn, the worst came to pass.(164) A sudden tremor overturned the cities while "the rain that was streaming down upon [them] was changed into brimstone". (165) In Genesis it is stated: "Then the Lord rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven; "And He overthrew those cities, and all the plain, and all the inhabitants of the cities, and that which grew upon the ground."(166) The Book of Jubilees adds very little ...
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... Seb From an Ancient Zodiac. One of the Twin Lions of Egypt From the Tomb of Queen Nofretari. From a drawing by N. deGaris Davies. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Part II, December, 1922. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Hindu Goddess Maya J.D . Guignaiut. From "The Natural Genesis," by Gerald Massey. Published by Williams & Norgate, London. The Caduceus From "The Secret Doctrine," by H. P. Blavatsky. Published by the Aryan Theosophical Press, Point Loma, California. The Winged Disk Egyptian. Egyptian Planisphere of Zodiacal and Northern Signs (according to Kircher) From "The Natural ...
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39. Saturn And Genesis [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 3 (Fall 1975) Home | Issue Contents Saturn And Genesis Lewis M. Greenberg and Warner B. Sizemore Copyright © 1975 by Lewis M. Greenberg and Warner B. Sizemore In the Spring 1974 issue of Pensee (pp. 49-50), the Rev. D. De Jong drew attention to Genesis 1:16 as possible support for Velikovsky's thesis that the Earth has been without a Moon in historical times (see Pensee, Winter 1973, p. 25). Specifically, De Jong refers to the passage "And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to ...
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40. Ur of the Chaldees -- Once Again [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... it. It is my intention to revise this material and expand upon it slightly. Since the 1920's when British archaeologist Leonard Woolley excavated the city of Ur in southern Iraq, most scholars have assumed that that great site was the "Ur of the Chaldees" whence came Abraham. Speiser, author of the Anchor Bible Commentary article on "Genesis," was of this persuasion. A review of Speiser's conclusions is in order. Briefly, Speiser held that Ur of the Chaldees is the southern site excavated by Woolley. He continued by correctly noting that Ur (of southern Iraq) is "intrusive in this context" of Genesis 11:28 and 12:1 ,5 ...
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