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... over Greek heroes and philosophers. The epitomes and other works of Eusebius, such as Preparation for the Gospels 10.9 and 10.10, suggest that these early Christian writers would not have accepted or used versions of Egyptian history placing the first Egyptian king significantly later than c.2000BC. By their calculations from the Biblical text, Genesis shows contact between Abraham and an Egyptian king in c.2000BC [7 ]. Hence they would have considered sources of Egyptian history which were incompatible with the Bible chronology as contrary to the word of God and thus obviously false. Manetho was convenient to their aims, because he left plenty of room in which to manoeuvre. The ...
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... connexion between the illumination of the windows and their cardinal pointing; the two facts seem to be perfectly independent in effect and in intention. As to Petrie's watch-tower hypothesis, it may be noted that Zephath, the name of the Canaanite city in Judres, means a watch-tower; so does Zepho the son of Eliphaz (strong El) in Genesis xxxvi and the god Baal-Zephon or Tsephon is simply Lord of the North; just as Baal-Shemain is Lord of Heavens, Baal -Hamon Lord of Hosts, and Baal-Tamar Lord of the (date palm?) Tree.19 We must clear our minds of the degraded vulgar idea that Baal is the Sun. Baal-Risheph was the Sun-god. There ...
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... memory of great men." 11. The Ascrean poet confirms that high mountains were created by Gaia, or the Earth, for the purpose that they might be the loved abode of the gods(Hesiod, Theogony, p. 129.) See also Bryant Anct. Myth, vol. i pp 391, 395. 12. Genesis, xxii. "The offerings of the Chinese to the Deities were originally made on large heaps of stones, and generally on the summits of high mountains, as they seemed to them to be nearer heaven, to the majesty of which they were to be offered." (Christmas's Mythology, p. 250) "The thigh ...
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434. Comments on Ferralite Events [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... 63-111; Roch E., 1956: Les Bauxites de Provence: des poussi6res fossiles? C.R .Ac. Sci. 242: 2847-49; Chubb L.J ., 1959: The Terra Rossa of Chiapas, southern Mexico. Geonotes 2: 1-6; Waterman G.C ., 1962: Some chemical aspects of bauxite genesis in Jamaica. Econ.Geol. 57: 829-30; idem, 1975: Genesis of Jamaica bauxite - a discussion. Econ.Geol. 70(8 ): 1485-6; Taylor G.R ., Hughes G.W ., 1975: Biogenesis of the Rennel bauxite. Econ.Geol. 70: 542-46. The ...
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435. The Scars of Mars Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... ) but rather of Mars which caused Astra to disintegrate into asteroids. A secondary concept implicit in this work is that Mars' former orbit was considerably more eccentric than its current orbit. And our ability to conceive this goes along with our rejection of the idea of planets or planetesimals accreting over billions of years as a viable theory for the genesis of any planet. Perhaps another catastrophic cosmology for the origin of the planets is needed. A third concept is also implicit in this paper: Mars in its former orbit had the potential to interact catastrophically with the Earth-Moon system, since its perihelion was within Earth's orbit. The first concept, the presentation of evidence that Mars caused the ...
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436. Ras Shamra (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... And Terah came into Negeb with a great force: "a great force of three hundred times ten thousand [ rbt]," which would mean- if the translation is correct- three million men. Then the poem tells that the huge invading army, having been defeated, was in full retreat. Who was Terah? asked Virolleaud. In Genesis the father of Abraham is called Terah. The theory was advanced 113 and found followers in France that patriarchal migrations and wars are described in the Phoenician poem of Keret. It was found to be a very illuminating addition to the legends about the sojourn and wandering of the patriarchs in Negeb-southern Palestine-as found in Genesis. The patriarch Abraham came ...
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437. Thoth Vol I, No. 6: March 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... preferred order of things, which was lost through later conflict and deluge. In the city of Eridu at the mouth of the Euphrates, the priests recalled a Golden Age prior to familiar history. The predecessors of their race, it was claimed, had formerly reposed in the paradise of Dilmun, called the "Pure Place" of man's genesis. This lost paradise of Dilmun, about which scholars have debated for decades, is strangely reminiscent of the paradise of Eden. "That place was pure, that place was clean^ In Dilmun...the lion mangled not. The wolf ravaged not the lambs," the Sumerian texts read. The inhabitants of this ...
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... name? This was done through Hammurabi, the lawgiver of the mysterious, but most powerful Martu/ Amorites: "The date of Hammurabi is the keystone of the chrono-logy of the [2nd] and [3rd] millennia BC." (19) His original approximate date, however, derives from the contact between Abraham and Amraphel in Genesis 14:1 . For a long time, Assyriologists have equated Amraphel with Hammurabi, whose date was calculated via Abraham's biblical birthday in the -21st century. After 1960, the identification of Amraphel with Hammurabi was eventually dropped but the latter's Abraham date has been kept. Only the time span between the years -2300 and -1700, a time ...
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439. The Saturn Problem [Journals] [SIS Review]
... was the same as Kronos/Saturn; they also believed that he had been succeeded in power by Baal, the god of Jupiter (see later). The Romans flatly stated that the God whom the Jews worshipped was really Saturn [14]. That this planet did hold special importance to the Hebrews is clear from the account in Genesis, which states that the day on which God (Elohim) rested after the labour of Creation was the seventh day, or Saturday, now the Jewish Sabbath. Saturday was the day associated with - and indeed named after - the planet Saturn. (The Hebrew name for the planet Saturn is shabtai.) Another Semitic people, ...
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440. The Scars of Mars - I [Journals] [Kronos]
... of Mars which caused Astra to fragment into asteroids. A secondary concept implicit in this paper is (2 ) that Mars' former orbit was considerably more eccentric than its current orbit. And our ability to conceive this goes along with our rejection of the idea of planets or planetesimals accreting over billions of years as a viable theory for the genesis of any planet. Perhaps another catastrophic cosmology for the origins of the planets is needed. Figure 1. Proposed Ancient Orbits of Earth and Mars. Mars Aphelion 211,000,000 miles from Sun Mars Perihelion 82,000,000 miles from Sun Line of Apsides 293,000,000 miles And a third concept implicit in ...
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