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391. Assyrians, Sodom, and Red Herrings [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... as part of the Soviet space program. He carried with him an Ebla alphabet, supposedly from ancient Syria. In fact, it was a Hebrew text he had taken into orbit.) Let's return to Cardona's original point. He is wrong, and Vaninger is right, for the simplest of reasons. The cities of the Plain in Genesis 18 were precisely that- cities of the Jordan Rift Valley, in the plain where the Dead Sea is now found. By contrast, the Early Bronze cities excavated in southwest Jordan by Walter Rast and Thomas Schaub were hill-top communities. Indeed, that is their most striking characteristic. Even their enormous population fits the Midrashic comments, long ...
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... the microcosm, and even the subtle world of the mind, all alike. And in 1905 Albert Einstein, then twenty-six years old, offered his understanding of the physical world, an understanding that required a new mental approach, as a testimonial that the age of basic discoveries had not ended with the victory of Darwin over the Book of Genesis. Since then another fifty years have passed. Once more, as before the end of the nineteenth century, we are told that the fundamentals are all known; the age of basic discoveries is definitely terminated, this time for certain; and present and future generations will have to satisfy themselves with detecting details, accumulating data, and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  03 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/earth/17a-1895.htm
... can be cut and blood ordered not to flow. A person in a trance can reportedly speak a language that he or she never learned or even heard. All this was known and practiced since very early times- "to speak with other tongues" as in Acts (2 :4 ); to be made temporarily blind as in Genesis (19:11) and in the Second Book of Kings (6 :18), sanverim in my understanding being the term for hypnosis in biblical Hebrew. Extrasensory perception is a field explored and debated by the credulous and by the skeptical; sides are taken as if it were a matter of conviction and not of knowledge. ...
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... first day of lamentations that continued for weeks. The seventeenth day of the month also plays a conspicuous role in the story of the Deluge. The "light of seven days" of which Isaiah speaks (Isaiah 30:26) refers, in my understanding, to the "seven days" just before the beginning of the Deluge (Genesis 7:4 ). The whole world was brilliantly lit: Saturn flared as a nova. Its light was unbearably bright (" like that of a hundred suns" in rabbinical lore). Saturn or Cronos, Tammuz, Osiris- all were brilliant gods before being extinguished. A universal deluge followed in which not only the Earth ...
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... just as Christ had changed water into wine, so they had replaced baptism with water by baptism with blood. God had indeed kept the best wine for last- it was nothing else than the blood shed by the flagellants." The following sentence carries the story, unknowingly to its author, another fathom deeper and closer to its historical genesis, because the author of The Pursuit of the Millennium next says of the adherents of Schmid's sect: These people were convinced that as they beat themselves an angel named- surprisingly- Venus watched over them. Their skins all red with blood seemed garments for a wedding-feast, the skirts which they wore during flagellation they called robes of innocence ...
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... 6 "Behold, I have dreamed a dream more; and, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me. And .. .. his father rebuked him .. .. Shall I and thy mother and thy brethren indeed come to bow down ourselves to thee to the earth?" (Genesis 37:9-10.) 7 Freud, Gesammelte Werke, VIII (1943). 8 "These rays are the prototype of the various kinds of radiation which have troubled paranoiacs through all the centuries." James Strachey, "Preliminary notes upon the problem of Akhenaten," International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, XX (1939), 33-42 ...
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397. Bookshelf. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 95 A study of ten evolutionary examples used by the establishment which are in fact quite misleading. Glacial Lake Missoula and its Humongous Floods By D. Alt, 2002, $15 The story of a broken ice dam just at the end of the ice age' and the catastrophic damage inflicted on western America by the ensuing floods. Mayan Genesis: South Asian Myths, Migrations and Iconography in Meso-America By G. R. Kearsley, 2001, $37 95 A large and iconoclastic book which claims that the Mayan culture derived from south east Asia and India, via a race from the Persian Gulf who sailed to the New World. Arthur and Stonehenge: Britain's Lost History By ...
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... Like many before him, Ginenthal concludes that a marked shift suddenly occurred in the geographical location of Earth's poles and in a new inclination of the planet's axis. Immense floods and near-total atmospheric disruption were among the many dire effects generated by such polar changes. Ginenthal briefly discusses some of the possible causal agents engendering such disturbances and favours a cosmic genesis for them. So far as the Sibero-Alaskan mammoths and their aforementioned contemporaries were concerned, all were summarily removed from previous temperate conditions and abruptly relocated in intensely cold ones, either by the tilting process itself or by the massive flooding that unleashed, or, as seems most reasonable, by a combination of both those agencies acting in concert ...
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... , Contra Apionem, Book I, Chapter 18. 5. W.F . Albright, "The New Assyro-Tyrian Synchronism and the Chronology of Tyre," l'Annuaire de l' Institut de Philologie et d'Histoire Orientales et Slaves, tome XIII (1953), pp. 1-9. 6. Ibid., p. 4. 7. Genesis 49:26 for nazir as "elect"or "leader"; Nahum 3:17 uses the form minzar, very close to manzer. 8. Safar, op. cit., p. 19 translates the passage in question as: "The tribute of Ba'li-ma-AN-zeri, the Tyrians, (and) of Jehu the son ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  30 Jul 2008  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0302/064baal.htm
... to the disposition of Earth's climatic zones, and that this happened about 11,000 years ago when, so glacialists repeatedly insist, the Ice Age' came to an end along with the Pleistocene epoch. But, as now seems clear, the existence of an Ice Age' like that envisaged by orthodoxy becomes increasingly dubious the deeper the genesis, character, and modus operandi of the Drift' deposits is investigated, until a datum is reached when, respecting those factors, the question Has Science Got it Wrong? ' becomes all too pressing. It hardly needs stressing that removal (howsoever attained) of the Ice Age' from recent Earth history will inevitably generate far-reaching repercussions ...
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