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441. Variations on a Theme of Philolaos [Journals] [Kronos]
... of human art, custom, religion, or science is based on free invention or imagination. Most of it is patterned after what we see and feel. The planetary gods, more than all other factors put together, have made us the way we are. What is usually called human "creativity" tends to be more mimesis than genesis: we mold and duplicate what we find; we do not bring into being from nothing. Authentic human creativity does occur, but it is much less common than we might like to think. Did the Pythagoreans emphasize the number ten because at some point there were ten heavenly bodies? Could this too be mimesis rather than genesis? ...
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... conform to the "scientific" map of the Unconscious used by Freud and other psychiatrists? In sum, what generally have the writers achieved in putting across their messages, in movement, in style, in dramatic excitement by the use of the concept of the Unconscious? In a more general sense, the project has importance for understanding the genesis of the concept of the Unconscious, which may have been the crowning achievement of the human mind in the century, 1850-1950, and which may be a principal and still unappreciated source of the relativity physics of Einstein and the indeterminacy principle of Heisenberg and thence of the breakdown of Newtonian physics. (Schlipp, 1951) I intend to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/burning/ch19.htm
... 13]. Biblical dates in light of Stenring's research An entirely new meaning of the data used by Thiele is revealed by Stenring [14]. He discovered that biblical dates have been calculated to the day from the beginning' on 1 Nisan, year 1 (1 .1 .1 ) followed by the first day of Creation (Genesis 1:5 ) on 2 Nisan, year 1 (2 .1 .1 ) and then computed day by day from the beginning'. The dates, however, may be expressed in one of three different ways: as a lunar' date with a year of 354 days divided into 12 months and no intercalated months; ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v1994/14sync.htm
... actually that of the Achaemenids. Thus, Darius was not simply influenced by Hammurabi; he was Hammurabi. Similarly, he and his successors did not just copy aspects of Neo-Assyrian art and culture, they were the Neo-Assyrians [14]. In Britain, these ideas were developed by Emmet Sweeney, who claimed in his 1997 book, The Genesis of Israel and Egypt, that Tiglath-Pileser III was an alter-ego of Cyrus the Great, and Shalmaneser V of Cambyses II, whilst Sargon II was Darius I [15]. Consistent with that, Sweeney argued at the SIS Ages Still in Chaos' conference in London in September 2002 that the life-stories of Sennacherib, son of Sargon II ...
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445. Is Is Illig Right, and and AD Chronology Wrong? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... is the fact that a wide variety of estimates are possible. Archbishop Ussher of Armagh famously came up with 4004 BC as the year of creation, but this was only one of many possible dates. Various pre-Flood patriarchs are said to have lived up to 1,000 years and to have fathered children when many centuries old. Thus, Genesis is by no means clear about when one generation ended and another began. In fact, there was much debate about the true age of the world during the entire length of the Middle Ages, with different schools of thought producing dates that varied by many hundreds of years [11]. At some point, however, (Illig ...
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... dropped from the tail; and meteoric showers are stones. " Schiaparelli considers meteors to be dispersed portions of the comet's original substance; that is, of the substance with which the comet entered the solar domain. Thus comets would come to be regarded as consisting of a multitude of relatively minute masses."8 Now, what is the genesis of a comet? How did it come to be? How was it born? In the first place, there are many things which would connect them with our planets. They belong to the solar system; they revolve around the sun. Says Guillemin: "Comets form a part of our solar system. Like the planets, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  19 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/donnelly/ragnarok/p2ch1-4.htm
447. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ' narrative, which is important to Lasken's thesis, but they also have a wider interest. Has anyone located remains which correspond to the artficial Lake Moeris and its pyramids as described by Herodotus? Alasdair Beal, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, W. Yorks The Virgin Ilamtar - comments on the creation myth from the Finnish epic The Kalevala'Genesis Chapter 1 re-interpreted Verse 1: At the end of the world age Saturn devastated the earth' Verse 2: And there was darkness and ruin on the face of the earth' Verse 3 & 4: And Saturn said: Let there be light'. And the light was evil and destructive'. Verse 16: And Saturn ...
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... century BC by Assyriology's hidden Bible-fundamentalist chronology for King Hammurabi, the famous lawgiver of the powerful Martu=Amurru=Amorites: The date of Hammurabi is the keystone of the chronology of the second and third millennia BC' [22]. His approximate date, however, derives from the contact between Abraham and Amraphel king of Shinar' in Genesis 14:1 . For a long time Assyriologists have equated Amraphel with Hammurabi, whose date was therefore also calculated via Abraham's Biblical birthdate in the 21st century BC. The identification of Amraphel with Hammurabi was eventually dropped after 1960 but the latter's Abraham date has been kept. The time-span between the years -2300 to -1700, around which Hammurabi's ...
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449. Ancient Near Eastern Chronology: To Revise or not to Revise? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... . Here 7 is clearly a device or cypher to denote the end' of that period of time, late dyn VI marking the beginning of the First Intermediate. The very same thing recurs in biblical chronology- and who borrowed from whom. On the 7th day god finished' his work while all the days of Lamech were 777, Genesis 5:31.Lamech was the final antediluvian born before the deluge when in 8:23 mankind was decimated (came to an end'). Terah, the father of Abraham, was the 77th son of Noah and died 77 years after Noah's death (and this marks the end of that epoch). When Terah had ...
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450. The Polar Sun [Books]
... with the celestial space immediately surrounding it. [Yet] no writer on comparative theology has ever brought out the facts which establish this assertion." In the following years a number of scholars, each focusing on different bodies of evidence, reached the same conclusion. The controversial and erratic Gerald Massey, in two large works (The Natural Genesis and Ancient Egypt), claimed that the religion and mythology of a polar god was first formulated by the priest-astronomers of ancient Egypt and spread from Egypt to the rest of the world. In a general survey of ancient language, symbolism, and mythology, John O'Neill (The Night of the Gods) insisted that mankind's oldest religion centered ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  15 Nov 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/saturn/ch-03.htm
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