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81. Part III: The Legends [Ragnarok] [Books]
... conflagration of things upon the earth recurring at long intervals of time: when this happens, those who live upon the mountains and in dry and lofty places are more liable to destruction than those who dwell by rivers or on the sea shore." Notes. 1. The Metamorphoses, book xi, fable 1. 2. Science and Genesis . p125. CHAPTER 6. OTHER LEGENDS OF THE CONFLAGRATION The first of these, and the most remarkable of all, is the legend of one of the Central American nations, preserved not by tradition alone, but committed to writing at some time in the remote past.1 In the "Codex Chimalpopoca," one of the ...
82. Solomon, The Exodus and Abraham Related to Egyptian Chronology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Early Bronze town at Jericho are attributable to Joshua thus agreeing with the excavation reports of both Garstang  who said they were Joshua's (but dated them to Late Bronze) and Kenyon  who dated them to Early Bronze (but said that made them much too early for Joshua). iii) Abraham's life story [Genesis 11:27 - 25:11] fits naturally at the beginnings of history when Egypt was still small enough for Pharaoh to be interested in a wandering chieftain and to want marry Abraham's sister/wife [Genesis 12:10-20]. The Palestine through which Abraham wandered with his great herds [e .g ., Genesis 13 ...
83. And it came to pass -- A Brief Note [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... and Ancient History XII:1 (Jan 1990) Home | Issue Contents INTERACTION "And it came to pass"- A Brief Note Herbert A. Storck Zecharia Sitchin's "And it Came to Pass, in the Days of Amraphel King if Shine'ar" (in this issue) furnishes a number of new possibilities on the four kings of Genesis 14 and their relationship to Abraham. My remarks here will be limited to problems with the identification of these kings, although some of my comments will allude to Sitchin's expanded views as developed in his The Wars of Gods and Men (pp. 281-310). In general Sitchin is to be commended for not perpetuating the error of identifying ...
84. Astronomical Dating and Calendrics [Journals] [Aeon]
... of Israel, and the name that will crop up most often is that of the Biblical Abraham. He is said to have arrived in Mesopotamia from Chaldea, (4 ) visited Egypt, (5 ) and was thus in a position able to provide confirmation concerning the age of developed cultures in both regions. Since the lineage supplied by Genesis places Abraham's birth at more than 500 years before Moses, the patriarch would have left a flourishing Mesopotamian city around 2100 BCE to acquaint himself with a similarly flourishing Egypt a few decades later. Following the elimination of Abraham as a historical figure- a process that commenced in the late 19th century and was only completed in the 70's of ...
85. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1993 No 1 (Aug 1993) Home | Issue Contents Geological Genesis by Harold Tresman Editor's note: this is a corrected and revised version of the article published in Workshop 1992:2 , with proper references. Foreword This article was first drafted in 1978, shortly after the publication of The Primordial Light' (SIS Review, Vol 2 1977). It is not surprising that now, as then, supportive or complimentary scientific' evidence is, to say the least, sparse. Accordingly, a lateral approach to circumstantial evidence has been the main tool in assembling the data for these proposals. There have been many oblique references from ...
86. Noah's Ark -- Its Geometry [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Measurements were made of a pattern of iron objects within the formation using subsurface radar units, metal detectors, frequency generators, transits and tape measures. These measurements identified a principle apparently employed in the vessel design. This principle was in turn used by your author to calculate the probable depth of the vessel. Support for the calculation is the Genesis and Sumerian accounts of "the flood". This article is a sequel to the stability analysis in the previous treatise titled, Noah's Ark, 24,000 DEADWEIGHT TONS C & AH, 14/1 XIV-2 issue. Here I describe a lofting (full size drafting) technique and show it was probably the technique actually used by ...
87. Index of Titles
... report Cosmos & Chronos Symposium Cosmos and Chronos Home Page Could Mars Have Been An Inner Planet? Could Someone Explain "Electrogravatics" in Simpler Terms. Countdown to a New Celestial Hazard, The Courses On Velikovsky Crack in Einstein's Pedestal Cradle of Saturn Cratonic Stability and Rapid Erosion Events Critic in the Desert, A Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis, Part Two, A CRITICAL RE-APPRAISAL OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS, A Criticism of the Revised Chronology, A Critics and Stellar Energy, The Critique of "Ramses II and His Time", A Critique of David Rohl's A Test of Time Crosswords Crystal Sun, The Cuban Prehistory Cuchulain- Comet or Meteor? Cultural Aspects of the ...
88. Sanverim: Hypnosis in the Bible [Journals] [Kronos]
... . In the Hebrew Scriptures, I found two instances where supposed "miracles" can be recognized as inflicted hypnotic states, consisting of paralysis and somnambulistic illusions. In both of these stories the expression hikku b'sanverim - "he (or they) smote with sanverim" - is used to describe the phenomenon. The first example is found in Genesis (19:11), in the narrative of the events shortly preceding the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot had in his house, as guests, two of the Lord's messengers or malakhim - a word usually translated as "angels"; but they are also called "men" in the body of the story. When ...
89. Reviewing Velikovsky'S Venus And Mars Theories [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... or gases that floated off into space. This is contrary to Velikovsky's Jovian Venus hypothesis. Venus has too much mass. Venus could not have lost atmosphere (gases) that floated off into space; therefore, Venus could not have been Velikovsky's comet or anybody's comet in ancient historical times or any other era. Velikovsky also contended that the genesis of the Jovian Venus was a sudden extrusion, for reasons unknown, from inside the gaseous visible surface of Jupiter. This aspect of his Jovian Venus hypothesis also merits review. 2. ORBITAL ANALYSIS All orbits of planets in the solar system are ellipses. Every orbit, like any ellipse, has two foci: One focus of the ...
90. Exploring Exodus (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History IX:2 (July 1987) Home | Issue Contents BOOK REVIEW Exploring Exodus (Review)By Nahum M. Sarna Reviewed by Herbert A. Storck Exploring Exodus is the long awaited sequel to Nahum Sarna's Understanding Genesis, which appeared about twenty years ago. Sarna's current contribution is a worthy successor to the Genesis volume. The first two sections, "Introduction" and "The Oppression," deal with what is known of the historical background to the Exodus. Thereafter chapters follow on the birth of Moses and his commissioning, the plagues and passover, the route of the Exodus, the ten commandments, the laws, and finally the ...
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