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71. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... descendants interbred with the descendants of the Mongoloid conquerors. This is a perfectly feasible scenario for it mirrors the recent history of the last 2-300 years in Southern Africa. The indigenous people, the Khoikhoi and San, became extinct with ... ago, the ancestors of the Aborigines. The theory was developed that Lucia' belonged to this group which, historically, inhabited the Indian Ocean periphery and then it was speculated that, somehow, they had crossed the Pacific Ocean ... , real life drama, folklore and eheumerised mythology. The difference is that the Bible has been turned into a historiography of a people. It conveys a religio-political message: when the people of Israel strayed from worshipping Yahweh, the ...
72. The Dragon in China and Japan by M. W. VISSER [Books]
... the legends about him which became popular in China and Japan were all imbued with Buddhism. KERN, in his History of Indian Buddhism 1, states that the Nagas occupy the eighth rank in the system of the world, after ... omen of dragons appearing at a time when the Tao is violated, we may refer to another passage of the Historical Records, where the fall of the Hia dynasty is apparently brought into connection with the appearance of two dragons. ... . symbols, 33. symbols, symbols, 34. symbols, 35. symbols, 36. Les Memoires Historiques de se-ma Ts'ien, Vol. I, p291, cf. Introduction, Chap. CXLVII, sqq. 37 ...
... which were far removed from any desire for verity's sake. This, alas, is only too true of accepted history, and it applies infinitely more to the past for many reasons, religion not being the least of them. ... well seem that the search for and preparation of metals for military purposes was as keen in prehistoric days as in historical times, subject to the limitations of travel and transport, and even these were astonishingly overcome if we can accept ... lands so far apart as Africa, India, the Pacific Ocean, and Peru, to name only four. Historians who have frequently alleged that the Phoenicians -the world's first metallurgists- were accustomed to visit Britain in their ships to ...
74. Egyptian Influence Upon Early Israelite Literature [Journals] [Aeon]
... people as early as the 1200s B.C .E . There exist two main sources for ascertaining early Israelite history. The first is Biblical, and the second is archaeological. Some argue that the Biblical narrative concerning the distinct ... addressed. The opinions of experts will be explored, as well as archaeological evidence, in order to determine the historicity of Israel as a nation. An attempt will be made to determine what effect Egyptian culture had upon early Israelite ... "Joshua 1-11 and the Annals of Thutmose III," in Faith, Tradition, and History: Old Testament Historiography in Its Near Eastern Context (Winona Lake, Idiana, 1994), p. 176.  ...
... I. The Chronicler's Tale 12 II. The Figure in Finland 26 III. The Iranian Parallel 36 IV. History, Myth and Reality 43 Intermezzo: A Guide for the Perplexed 56 V. The Unfolding in India 76 VI ... of Ernst Cassirer lies in his tracing the existence of "symbolic forms" from the past in the midst of historic culture. Who but he should have been able to discern the lineaments of archaic myth? Yet he remained blinded ... condescension. Evolution, a brilliant biological idea of our own past, construed into a universal banality, held him in thrall. He could not follow up his insight because of the fatal confusion which has established itself between biological time ...
76. Sagan's Folly Part 1 [Journals] [Kronos]
... ... What then is all the furor about? . . . In the 4.5 billion year history of the solar system, many collisions must have occurred. But have there been major collisions in the last 3500 ... to task, noted that "competent linguists simply do not compare isolated words of unrelated languages in order to demonstrate historical relationships. No one has yet established a continuity of linguistic families between the hemispheres in the pre-Columbian period" ( ... lacking in historicity . . . . the diffusion of culture is a historical question ultimately and in the realm of historiography wherein it is to be resolved there is no confusion or misunderstanding as to the nature of evidence, nor is ...
77. The Night of the Gods Vol II [Books]
... principles of scientific taxation, these gentlemen imparted to him a singularly thorough knowledge of the Japanese language, literature, history and religious beliefs. It may be mentioned, that as a special token of personal regard, one of the ... the ancient form of the character for Sun, which is now h See Index to References before index. 1 Historic China' p. 389. Wheel.# ,. The Glyph-.Ra. 61t written a' ... consorts, and must thus be regarded as androgynous, the earliest form of the dual divine idea. The old historian Akonsilaost coincides with Pherecydes. But the historian Mnaseas, as preserved for us by the Scholiast of Apollonius of Rhodes ...
78. Another Velikovsky Affray: the Histories [Journals] [SIS Review]
... SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home | Issue Contents Another Velikovsky Affray: the Histories by Dale F. Murphie Introduction My critique of David Rohl's A Test of Time [1 ] presented objections to ... flagrantly erroneous idea (without which his original arguments could have been developed very nicely). Velikovsky's notion of a historical alter ego and duplicated dynasties' package was plainly wrong. Regrettably, instead of stimulating a healthy debate, at ... significant monuments, temples and buildings - but what trace remains of Neko II? Virtually nothing! Herodotus The Greek historian Herodotus visited Egypt in the mid-5th century BC, a time not too distant from the people and events under discussion ...
79. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Six [Books]
... Carnegie Institution of Washington for the extracts from Dorsey's books in sections 6o & 61; the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago for the extracts from Linton's booklets in section 61; Cooper Square Publishers Inc. for the extracts from ... In Jananese tradition the first emperor of Japan, ruled from 660 BC. Everything after that date was accepted as historically true, though writing was not introduced until over a thousand years afterwards. It was said that Jimmu unified Japan ... established its government under the guidance of the gods (Kami). Critical Japanese historians now date the emergence of the dynasty about the beginning of the Christian era, and the unification only gradually proceeding till its completion about the 6th ...
80. From Myth to a Physical Model [Journals] [Aeon]
... , or Shu or Horus, prototypes of the hero Hercules, you can see this transformation clearly in the classical histories of Egypt. Similarly, all of the personalities and motifs associated with the great queens and princesses of folk tale ... fragments. This kind of discussion is not only generally useless but easily leads to self-deception: it implies that complex historical questions can be answered by abstract logic, or by mathematical or physical demonstration. But there are a thousand abstract ... literary conventions with easily defined boundaries between good and evil. It is significant, however, that later poets, historians and philosophers, in seeking to define these boundaries or reflecting on human existence or questions of man's place in the ...
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