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... of the subsequent migrations of peoples. The Ionic culture must show great affinity with the Mycenaean heritage; therefore, I also claimed that the "Linear B" script would prove Greek; but this was not a view that had many supporters. One of the Egyptian style ivories from Nimrud (British Museum) In 1950 the eminent authority on Homeric Greece, H. L. LORIMER, in her outstanding work on the monuments of the period, wrote of this script and of the efforts to read it: "The result is wholly unfavourable to any hope entertained that the language of the inscriptions might be Greek." [30] On the occasion of addressing the Forum of ...
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142. A Cosmic Debate [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Revolutionary primevalogy says that these dark ages were not 500 years long, but occupied about 100 years, and that what happened was the destruction of the great civilizations by natural causes, involving disturbances of the earth and the skies, and that the survivors of the catastrophe came out of a state of disastrous shock to reassemble the new civilizations of Homeric Greece. Those survivors behaved in ways that were full of contradictions and madness. And it was perhaps quite important, to the history of the Western mind, that the crazed survivors and their ideas and behavior have been taught to schoolboys for 2600 years as a model for manly behavior. Women's Liberation advocates, please take note. Educators ...
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143. The Lord Of Light [Journals] [Aeon]
... " of Confusion From our present research, it is hoped that the statements and rituals of the ancients may be examined with the expectation that a more sensible and realistic astronomical conclusion may be gleaned from them. For example when speaking of the star Sirius, Bullinger (103)- unfortunately without any references- quotes the words of Virgil and Homer thus: "Virgil says that Sirius With pestilential heat infects the sky' [while] Homer spoke of it as a star Whose burning breath taints the red air with fevers, plagues, and death'." A rationalization then follows: "It is not, however, of its heat that its name speaks, but of ...
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144. Mars Gods of the New World [Journals] [Aeon]
... the comparative method. Here the epithets of the Mexican god are especially significant, it being well-known that such names frequently preserve archaic aspects of religious cult. Indeed, it was often the case that the god's worshippers themselves forgot the original significance of the epithet in question and yet remained at great pains in transmitting the sacred name nonetheless. (Homer is especially notorious in this regard.) The more specific and unusual the epithet, the more significance it should bear were a parallel to be found in the traditions of another god or planet. Tezcatlipoca At the time of the Spanish conquest, Tezcatlipoca featured prominently in the pantheons of most peoples of Central Mexico. Of him, Nicholson ...
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... happen to be flowing. They are all set in motion, upwards and downwards, by a sort of pulsation within the earth. The existence of this pulsation is due to something like this: one of the chasms of the earth is not only the biggest of them all, but is bored right tbrough the earth the one that Homer meant, when he said that it is very far off, where is the deepest abyss of all below the earth. ' Homer elsewhere-and many other poets besides-have called this Tartarus. Now into this chasm all the rivers flow together, and then they all flow back out again; and their natures are determined by the sort of earth ...
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146. Chapter22
... the sea" (kussu tamtim), and W. F. Albright [n21 W. F. Albright, "The Goddess of Life and Wisdom," AJSL 36 (1919-20), pp. 258-94.], picking up a notion of P. Jensen, thoroughly compares Siduri and Kalypso, whose island Ogygia is called by Homer "the Navel of the Sea" (omphalos thalasses). Moreover, Albright points to "the similar figure of Ishara tamtim," Ishara of the sea, the latter being the goddess of Scorpius [n22 See appendix #30 . The name of the goddess is pronounced Ish-khara], corresponding to the Egyptian Scorpius-goddess Selket , and ...
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... greet a Messiah, deliverer and leader. Personal names are secret identities, conveying power, expressing nature, transcending ordinariness. Hitler obliterated the names of his victims to destroy them for all time. Dwardu Cardona followed with Religion and Catastrophism. He said that stars are gods and people knew that gods were planets: Aristotle only reaffirmed it. Homer, Hesiod, and Cicero accepted that planets are divine, their orbits stable. Yet the Pawnee sacrificed to Mars; Meso-Americans were obsessed by Venus; there was planet worship in India. The Talmud says worship of planets is idolatry. Some say planet worship was late, not prior to 4th century but in Egypt the revered gods were ...
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148. Velikovsky's Martian Catastrophes [Journals] [Aeon]
... elsewhere, (29) an acceptance of such interpretation would necessitate the acceptance of other planets being also involved in the fray. Thus Jupiter, and even Saturn, would have to be added as protagonists in the celestial encounters since the deities associated with these planets, namely Zeus and Poseidon, (30) were just as involved in the Homeric war. To have all these planets buzzing each other and the Earth at so late a date in history goes beyond what Velikovsky himself was willing to concede. So, similarly, with the Voluspa. According to Velikovsky, the "battle of Mars and Venus is presented, in the Icelandic epos, as a fight between the wolf ...
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... report that this is the Zeus Patrios that was placed in the open air in the palace of Priam . . . But the may collect the propriety of the statue having three eyes if we consider that in the opinion of all men Zeus reigns in the heavens and that he governs the places under the earth is evident from the verse of Homer in which the subterranean ruler is called Zeus and Esehylus the son of Euphorion calls Zeus the ruler of the sea. Hence, whoever made the statue gave it three eyes, because this god rules over the aforesaid three divisions of the Universe. This interpretation, invented by Pausanias, does not fit in so well with other instances of ...
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... . Revolutionary primevology says that these dark ages were not 500 years long, but occupied about 100 years, and that what happened was the destruction of the great civilizations by natural causes, involving disturbances of the earth and the skies, and that the survivors of catastrophe came out of a state of disastrous shock to reassemble the new civilization of Homeric Greece. These survivors behaved in ways that were full of contradictions and madness. And it is perhaps quite important, to the history of the Western mind, that the crazed survivors and their ideas and behaviour have been taught to schoolboys for 2600 years as a model for manly behaviour. Women's Liberation advocates, please take note. Educators ...
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