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... of theirs became submerged, they could easily take wing for another place of shelter. Besides, they could perch on crags and cliffs which were inaccessible to man or to quadrupeds, or on drifting wreckage of every kind. This toughness of life, of the birds and their rapid propagation is also stressed in the `Creation' account of Genesis; there the first living beings to appear are fishes and birds. Here, as there, the word `birds' will hardly mean `singing-birds', but will rather refer to the flesh and carrion eaters, chiefly crows and the like. And these, as the twenty-second myth tells, found their table covered to excess with ...
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462. Pot Pourri [Journals] [SIS Review]
... findings a mixed response. Some argue that the Caspian Sea shows indications of inundation at the same time and use this as evidence for a global event; others acknowledge the Black Sea event but say it is not the Flood, which The Institute for Creation Research [22] insists came before the (single) Ice AGE and Answers in Genesis <http://www.aig. gospelcom.net/docs/4168.asp> place it only 4,500 years ago. An interesting debate on the mechanics of mountain uplift and Ice Age Flexing' can be found at http://www.evcforum. net/ubb/Forum16/HTML/000002 ...
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... this book. Type C. The Tertiary cataclysm as experienced by the inhabitants of the northern and southern life zones. Chief features: absence of fire-rain, but marked insistence on terrible rain and hail storms, rising sea, and the rise of the subterranean water-level. The classical examples, of course, are furnished by the deluge reports in Genesis. All the fountains of the great deep [were] broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. . . . And the waters prevailed upon the Earth an hundred and fifty days. Other Jewish myths, by the way, give the duration of the deluge as 365 days. The figures, however, are purely ...
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... extend from the great mountain systems of the western United States, strike south-east, and have their head in the mountains of southern Mexico (though their ultimate head is in the Antilles). (Cf. Diagram 16) It is only when we approach the problems presented by these mountain systems with the aid of Hoerbiger's Cosmogonic Theory that their genesis can be clearly explained. If we consider the direction in which the parallel ranges strike, and in which the apices of their head arcs point, we can see that they were formed by the satellite. In Europe the satellite, during critical northerlydeclinations in the earlier stages of the Abyssinian stationary period, had gathered up the strata it ...
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... process was of necessity slow and, indeed, inconceivably long periods must have elapsed before, for instance, a stratum of fine material was deposited in the middle of a wide geosynclinal trough. This picture is certainly not altogether unconvincing, but on analysing its composition more closely it begins to show many unsatisfactory elements. First of all, the genesis and location of the geosynclines, or ocean troughs, in which sedimentary material is deposited before the orogenic phase, are never exactly explained in geological books. The present ocean bottoms, in which are deposited all the sedimentary stuff which is now being produced, and obviously also most of the stupendous quantities of material which were detached from the ...
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466. The Origins of Modern Geological Theory [Journals] [Kronos]
... eager to demonstrate the literal truth of a Bible which declared that God had not only created all the creatures of the earth, but had also brought down the Deluge to punish man for his sins. Shortly after the Glorious Revolution of 1688, when the Catholics were driven out of England, a rash of works appeared reconciling the book of Genesis with the new research into nature. The most successful of these was John Woodward's Essay towards a Natural History of the Earth, in which he explained the stratigraphic sequence of rocks by supposing that during Noah's flood, all the surface rocks of the earth had been dissolved by the sea, later to be gradually precipitated out into the stratigraphic ...
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467. Freud and Velikovsky Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... that I would never desert his party. Under his influence I was also determined at that time to study law at the University."30 Only love could have spellbound Freud to wander thus off the road of his destiny, the road that led past the outskirts of nature, into the mystery land of humanity's mental roots, our race's genesis. Concretely Freud set himself the goal of laying bare the genesis of mental derangement and so of revealing the origin of all mind. Like other mortals, however, he ensnared his intelligence in the art and industry of excuse-making, and his search for truth trailed off to fortification of his theories. He worked out the formula, " ...
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468. Before the Day Breaks(1) -- A Perspective [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... get Velikovsky's theory fully and properly tested. That was almost 40 years ago. REFERENCES 1. Immanuel Velikovsky (A ), "Before the Day Breaks," unpublished memoirs of Velikovsky's friendship with Albert Einstein, 138 pages, Charles Ginenthal's private collection of Velikovsky's unpublished works, New York. 2. Holy Bible, King James Version, Genesis 32: 26. 3. Ibid., Genesis 32:27. 4. Velikovsky (A ), "Before the Day Breaks," unpublished memoirs, p. 8. 5. Ibid, p. 10. 6. J. J. Callahan, Euclid or Einstein (New York, 1931), pp. ...
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... philosophers were committed to the flames, like the wonderful library of the Ptolemies in Alexandria, burnt down by fanatical monks. Whether Plato's Atlantis suffered who need say? What can be said is that he confirms all that has been said in previous pages. His Atlantean civilization is definitely Chaldean. It can be none other. He agrees with Genesis, the Book of Enoch, and all other accounts advanced, and augments them in details. But Plato's story has been regarded as mythical because of the period of years claimed for the event of the submersion. It is mentioned variously as 9,000 or 9,500 years before the time of Solon (whose age is ascribed ...
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470. Discussion Comments From the Floor [Journals] [Aeon]
... " (AEON I:6 , pp. 49-55) is an extremely curious piece of revisionist Velikovsky, with amateur psychoanalysis. While he credits Velikovsky's willingness to question biblical history- by the example of changing one word (" firstborn")- he ignores completely Velikovsky's much greater changes in biblical history: first, Velikovsky denied completely the Genesis account of creation as presented in the Bible, but of much greater importance, he denied a miraculous basis for any of the wonders- from the plagues of Egypt, to the waters parting and the Earth "standing still," by giving them all natural explanations. Whelton notes one American Indian legend that Velikovsky quoted-quite broadly hinting that ...
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