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91. It's Time to Get Serious About Manetho [Journals] [SIS Review]
... research consultant for a leading Australian genealogical service organisation. He has researched a wide range of subjects related to the history of Egypt and is currently fine-tuninga 1500 page study on the chonology of Egypt and contemporary civilisations. Summary The kinglists ... and historiographer, Manetho. Initial consideration of Manetho's fragmentary work naturally acted on obvious features' to extrapolate the accepted historical template into which subsequent finds have been fitted but this may not be what our Egyptian guide intended. Logically, ... earlier historical writings, as none of the classical authors mentions Ramesses III, whose name was actually fixed by modern historians, and no one was in a position to notice that one of his names was Nekht-A-Neb, the name of ...
92. Plato's Atlantis and Prehistoric Europe [Articles]
... of reference, a catastrophist. I won't need to elaborate or defend this at length because a catastrophist approach to history is absolutely implicit in much of his writing, and of course notably the Atlantis narrative. I'll be touching on ... , and like many of the Greek travellers to ancient Egypt, he enjoyed picking the brains of the natives for historical data. He was apparently well received by the priests of Sais to whom the Atlantis narrative is attributed. We ... favourite topic of occultists and psychics and pan-diffusionists, and comparatively little attention has been paid to the problem by ancient historians, classicists and archaeologists in a proper interdisciplinary way. Some scholars in the field have made attempts to explain Atlantis ...
93. The Battle Of Kadesh-carchemish. Ch. 1. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... of Nebuchadnezzar interrupted its siege of Jerusalem through fear of the pharaoh. Who was Pharaoh Necho? Books on Egyptian history tell an extensive story of Necho (II) 's wars against Nebuchadnezzar, but this story is based on ... his campaigns. Egyptian archaeology could not supply the story of the long war. The only extant inscription of any historical value that is related to Pharaoh Necho is supposed to be the Serapeum stele, which records the burial of an ... god."4 Then follows the biography of the bull with the exact day and month of his birth. Historiography is content with this single monumental relic of the rich past of Pharaoh Necho. It is strange indeed that in ...
94. The AAAS Affair: from Twenty Years After [Books]
... of Arts and Science, on May 11, 1974. McMaster University, Symposium on "Velikovsky and the Recent History of the Solar System," in Hamilton, Ontario, June 16-19, 1974. Duquesne University History Forum, ... Velikovsky, was our repressed collective and racial memories of interplanetary near-collisions and the resulting global catastrophes that have occurred within historical times. It is arguable that Velikovsky went well beyond Freud in this matter. For Velikovsky was much clearer than ... their children never strayed from the straight and narrow. Most importantly, no one foresaw that the resistance to catastrophist historiography would grow more entrenched with the passing years. But the A.A .A .S . Affair showed ...
95. Chapter 8 Mesopotamia and Ghost Empires [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . 1, 2, 3 CHAPTER 8 MESOPOTAMIA AND GHOST EMPIRES As in Egypt with its king lists, Mesopotamian history was in part derived from similar sets of lists. They, too, indicated that civilization in the Fertile Crescent ... same kinds of evidence as that of ancient Egypt. That is, the foundation of that chronology was constructed on historical documentation rather than empirical scientific facts. The fundamental error, this author submits, lies in the way the problem ... of Mesopotamia? Ceram points out that these lists are no more reliable than those of Manethon: "Archaeologists and historians would be delighted if they could at least depend on the order of succession [of the king lists]. ...
96. The el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology David Rohl and Bernard Newgrosh David Rohl is currently studying for a degree in Ancient History and Egyptology at University College, London. He is Director of The Institute for the Study of Interdisciplinary Sciences and ... the main focus of this study. The letters from these minor kings of Syria and Palestine provide a wealth of historical information, and, indeed, the situation appears tailor-made for the application of revised chronology techniques. Perhaps then some ... overwhelmingly points to Abdi-Heba being a pre-United Monarchy Jebusite king, as his Hurrian name clearly suggests. No respectable ancient historian would disagree with this proposition, which is naturally that followed in the conventional chronology. The question that does arise ...
97. Propaganda And Scientific History [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS From: The Velikovskian Vol. V, No. 1 PROPAGANDA AND SCIENTIFIC HISTORY CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND THE FLAT EARTH IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY AND CARL SAGAN By Charles Ginenthal The following discussion regarding Christopher Columbus and the flat Earth is almost ... press disregards its often biased and irresponsible abuse of power. With this in mind, this author will describe two historical debates as presented in popular culture and the press by which propaganda (misrepresentations presented as truth) have been employed ... misinform the public. One of these debates is said to have occurred in Spain where Christopher Columbus was confronted by educated, high-churchmen who claimed that Columbus could not sail around the world because it was flat and his ships would sail ...
98. The Velikovsky Affair [Books] [de Grazia books]
... It was astonishingly rich and ordered. I concluded after several long meetings and much reading among his materials that the history of science had few, if any, cases that were so well documented. I decided to devote a special ... . Stecchini 4. Cuneiform Astronomical Records and Celestial Instability, by Livio C. Stecchini 5. Astronomical Theory and Historical Data, by Livio C. Stecchini 6. The Scientific Reception System, by Alfred de Grazia 7. Additional ... 1962, when I was publishing and editing the American Behavioral Scientist magazine in Princeton, Dr Livio Stecchini, a historian of science also resident there, spoke to me more than once about a man named Dr Velikovsky who also lived ...
99. AD Ages in Chaos: A Russian Point of View [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 33 such meetings (now 40 plus 5 in Potsdam) and you can read about them in the internet magazine History and Chronology, Criticism, Shortening, Reconstruction and the website (www.jesus1053.com). The book ... is a leading proponent in Germany of revised AD chronology. It is impossible to give a full survey of Russian historical and critical research done over the last hundred years, so I shall just give you some general ideas of this ... was only a set of single tribes. Historians have demonstrated that non-historical sources referred to Tiganda Khan but modern Sakhan historiography continues the creation of a new eastern Charlemagne, a king of Sakha. This is only one example of such ...
100. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Time, postulates a non-canonical Ashuruballit to coincide with an eponym of that name in 1007BC and also implies that Assyrian history should be shortened by having parallel dynasties. Bernard Newgrosh then explained how Assyrian history had been reconstructed from the various ... the study of Moses, Akhenaten and Oedipus. By revisionist standards, there can be absolutely no question of a historical link between Moses and Akhenaten, the two being separated in time, one from the other, by about half ... The history of the Jews shows centuries of darkness and discontinuity that support the thesis. For the Carolingian period, historians find only written sources, with no supporting archaeology. The paper also set out objections to the recent scientific' ...
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