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451. The Crescent II [Books]
... "shoulder" or "two arms" of heaven. And here the symbolism meshes precisely with that of the Babylonian system, which declares the sickle of Sin to be "the two arms" of Enlil, the cosmic mountain. That the sword shares in the coherent imagery of the Saturnian crescent is suggested by other traditions also. In Genesis 3:24, Yahweh is said to have placed in front (translators say to the "East") "of the garden of Eden kerubim and the flaming blade of the sword which turns, to keep the way of the tree of life." If the thesis presented here is correct, the winged kerubim refer to the ...
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452. "Let There Be Light" - A Criticism [Journals] [Kronos]
... The myths we can lay claim to, from all corners of the world, have all, in one way or another, been expurgated. But not entirely. Imbedded in them, we can still discover the odd unexpurgated clue. A good example comes to us through the very first verse of the very first chapter of the Book of Genesis. There it is stated that- "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." In Hebrew, the name translated as "God" is "Elohim". I have already shown that Elohim (or El, or Eloah) was one of the ancient names of Saturn. The word translated as "created ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0403/070forum.htm
453. The Genie Of The Pivot [Journals] [Kronos]
... .(6 ) During these four millennia there was a rise and fall and changing dominance of towns, peoples, and languages. Neither Egypt nor Iraq recalled any of this preliterate history. As much as 6000 years of history in the later sense was omitted from the Biblical tradition also. History of a sort starts only with Abraham in Genesis.(7 ) Neither in India nor in China does there seem to be any historical human testimony belonging to these missing millennia of history. Only myth seems to refer to anything at all in that era. 2. Celestial Themes Any effort to trace mythical themes backwards to their origins reveals their celestial basis.(1 ) It ...
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454. Saturn: In Myth and Religion [Journals] [Kronos]
... much, and it conforms to the message of myth. To the ancients, the Axis was the parent of all cyclones, hurricanes, and whirlwinds. Seen from a safe distance, it presented a rather peaceful and beautiful image, a gentility that resonated with a soft electrical hum that soothed.(54) This was the ruach of Genesis;(55) the hurakan of the Americas.(56) But there were occasions when the Axis, due to the Earth's wobbling, went awry. Then it turned into a terrible vortex of great destruction, an uproarious vorticity that knew no quelling. It became then the feared abubu of the Assyro-Babylonians;(57) the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol1001/001myth.htm
... /Evolution XII, 1983, pp. 1-21] . This is not to deny a historical core to some such sources, but merely to emphasize that many of the sources used by Saturnists, Velikovskians, and other catastrophists do not relate to actual events no matter how declarative the texts are in modern translation. According to Hyers, using Genesis as a point of reference, "The basic literary genre of Genesis 1 is cosmological. And, inasmuch as it is dealing specifically with origins, it is cosmogonic. In order to interpret its meaning one has to learn to think cosmogonically, not scientifically or historically. This does not mean that the materials are, in any sense ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol1101/091vox.htm
456. Response to Critique by Leroy Ellenberger [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... did not have enough velocity to escape Mars' gravitational domain. They gathered into a ring system above, and as an extension to the equatorial bulge of Mars. Here they swarmed in huge numbers at one ancient time. This scenario explains, in one sweep, (a ) why Mars had a ring system, (b ) the genesis of the asteroids, (c ) the genesis of 82 percent of Mars' craters- all in the Facing Hemisphere, (d ) the two bulges of Mars, opposite the huge Hellas and Isidis craters, and (e ) the pitlets or craterlets on tiny Deimos and Phobos, themselves fragments. As previously mentioned, tiny Deimos ...
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457. The Egyptian Prince Moses [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... to be that just as the religious image of Moses was protected against the writings of Artapanus, the Jewish community must have been protecting Abraham from traditions indicating that in his early years he was just like his father, Terah. Abraham the Prophet. Now then, the remarks about Abraham having skills in astronomy call for a new look at Genesis 20:7 . Here Abraham is called a prophet. What exactly did "prophet" mean? What tradition about Abraham was being preserved? I am interested also that the Iliad presents Calchas as both a seer and the navigator of the Greek fleet which went to Troy to rescue Helen.[45] Perhaps the Greek and Latin ...
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... There is another type of `mythological angel' that so scantily mentioned in Gen. ' vi. 2,4 . The `god' whose `sons' they are is a culture-hero, the leader of a group of deluge survivors of superior race. The fact that this happened after the flood has been inverted by the redactor of Genesis. Lacking mates they descended upon another tribe, who called themselves `men', and took away their fittest women. Myths of this kind are found in many parts of the world. Note 27. The word kerubh is generally supposed to be a Hebraized form of Akkadian karubu, an intercessor. This is probably due to popular ...
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... "And King Solomon gave to the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked .. ." What was the desire of the Queen of Sheba? 53. Cf. the article "Incense" in Encyclopedia Biblica, Vol. II, col. 2167, concerning the aromatic substances used in the Herodian Temple. 54. Genesis 43:11. 55. Proverbs 7:17. 56. Breasted, Records, Vol. II. Sec. 288. 57. Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, VIII, 167, which follows I Kings 10:2-3. 58. Naville, The Temple of Deir el Bahari, p. 22. 59. Breasted, ...
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460. The Inexact Science of Radiometric Dating [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . R. M. Farquhar, The Earth's Age and Geochronology p. 138 (1972). 31. D. S. Burnett, G. J. Wasserburg, Earth Planet. Sci. Letters Vol.2 p.137 (1967). 32. J. C. Whitcomb, H. M. Morris, The Genesis Flood p. 381 (1961) 34. R. Stair, Scientific Monthly Vol. 83 p. 4 (July, 1956). 35. W. H. Twenhofel, Principles of Sedimentation 2nd Edn. p. 144 (1950). 36. F. Hoyle, Frontiers of Astronomy, Harper Bros. N. ...
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