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... artefacts taken from a flooded city in the Gulf of Cambay. The results date the artefacts to 9500 years ago .. . '. This date, 7500BC, has parallels in SE Anatolia, at Jericho in Palestine and a few other early farming communities in the Fertile Crescent, Iran and Baluchistan. Hancock's point however is that the submerged Indian site was a very large conurbation compared with the other examples known from the same general period of time. A city, it is implied, smacks of a civilisation, not simply early agricultural activity. However, it should be remembered that Hancock has a very specific agenda, which is that flood legends pertain to the end of the ...
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232. The Foibles of Heretics [Books] [de Grazia books]
... money as possible in order to pay for the production of Chaos and Creation in Bombay. When Warner came to visit, they would huddle their sizable frames together amicably amidst piles of books and papers for a while, until Ami would retreat to the second room to write upon the kitchen table between the sink and the small bed. The Indian production was nightmarish. A thick file of correspondence attests to the pains engendered by cultural and physical distance. A perfect book was out of question. The work was being set in hot type, linotype, which, unlike the word processors of today, lets new errors creep in as rapidly as old mistakes are expunged. For weeks ...
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... . xviii The Precession of the Poles. between 142-143 [1 ] [2 ] Courtesy Flarnmarion Publishers, Paris. Horus and Seth in the act of drilling or churning. between 162-163 Egyptian Mythology, The Hamlyn Group, Middlesex, 1965. The "incomparably mighty churn " of the Sea of Milk. A. B. Keith, Indian Mythology, MAR 6, 1917. The simplified version of the Amritamanthana . Courtesy Smithsonian Institution.Press, Washington, D.C . The Maya Codex Tro-Cortesianus presents the same event. Courtesy Akademische Druck. una Verlagsanstalt, Graz. The Mesopotamian constellation of Bow and Arrow . between 216-217 Courtesy Birkhauser Verlag, Basel. The Chinese constellation ...
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... us)- our first amorphous blob. Even more influential upon Renaissance geographical thought was the world map in the atlas appended to Ptolemy's Geography. There, an alternative idea of a southern land mass is presented. In this map, an unbroken expanse of land bearing the legend "Terra Incognita" joins Africa to east Asia, making the Indian Ocean a landlocked sea. Ptolemy called it the Sinus Magnus. The idea of a landlocked Indian Ocean was exploded in 1499 when Vasco da Gama returned from India around the Cape of Good Hope. But this did not kill off the idea of a southern land mass. The years between Columbus' discovery of the New World in 1492 ...
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... support the view that the enigmatic appellation was originally applied to a divine twin. Such is at least suggested by the way other peoples interpreted Christian nomenclature. In Denmark, for instance, thunder-stones were widely referred to as "Zebedaei-stones," thus recalling the name of Zebedaeus, the father of the Nazarene twins. [27] "The Indians of Peru entertained similar notions as to the special relation in which twins stand to the rain and the weather. For they said that one of each pair of twins was a son of the lightning; and they called the lightning the lord and creator of rain, and prayed to him to send showers...After their nominal ...
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236. Uniformitarian Or Catastrophist? Ice Age Theory [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... sudden crustal motions, then the ice caps would have been shaken and broken loose from their moorings to slide into the seas from the adjacent lands. Based on the center of the ice cap location during the last ice Age, the north pole was situated somewhere to the northeast of Hudson Bay and the south pole was located well into the Indian Ocean. Hence, Antarctica would not have had much of an ice cap, if any at all. Therefore, the evidence of sudden sliding of the ice cap from the continents should only be found in the Atlantic Ocean in the northern hemisphere. And that, in fact, is precisely the case. While great layers of continental ...
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237. Pompous Asimov [Books]
... historical ideas to enhance the Jews is not only inept but it may pathetically miss the point, which is that the ideas might nevertheless be true. If an Afro-American rewrites traditional U.S . history to show what really happened to the Blacks in America, or if a native of India re-writes traditional accounts of how the British treated the Indians, these new theories might certainly be "non-conventional" and "radical," and they most certainly would enhance the stature of Afro-Americans and Indians, but they may also be true. It is not a question of biased revisionism but the opposite, of setting the record straight, which I am sure was Velikovsky's quest, and most ...
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... signs. It must have been known to the Ptolemies, and may have been related to their own language, whatever Greek dialects were spoken in ancient Macedonia. In any event, the idea that Coptic goes back to the time of the Pyramid Texts is about as cogent as the notion that English is rooted in the language of the Navajo Indians. We transcribe American Indian symbols and words into letters of our own alphabet; we then ask perfectly willing and educated Indian friends to give us the meanings of these terms, and they try to do so. No doubt something of the old meaning comes through, as much perhaps as the vast differences in cosmology, cosmogony, cultural ...
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239. The Land(s) of Punt [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... suggesting a site for this mysterious land which is consistent with all the known facts. A land which is south of Egypt, toward the rising sun, and could conceivably have been Punt, is India. As Danelius has pointed out,(3 ) the fish and other sea creatures shown in the Punt Reliefs are typical specimens of the Indian Ocean/Red Sea fauna, which would fit both India and Somaliland. Once India is considered as a possible site for Punt, a number of small but possibly significant pieces of the puzzle of the location of Punt seem to fall into place. Little is known about India at the time of Hatshepsut. Many pieces of pottery, ...
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... or it may be deposited in the absence of peat as veins of asphaltite in non-sedimentary terranes. Methane effusion from Earth's interior is a worldwide phenomenon of which hardrock miners and geologists are fully aware. Nevertheless, finding it in previously unsuspected places still evokes expressions that verge on wonder. For example, in a recent article on the drilling of Indian Ocean crust, William C. Evans of the USGS [1 ] describes "a 0.5 km core of oceanic crustal layer 3, consisting of gabbroic rocks that underlie mid-ocean ridge basalts (MORB) and extend down several kilometres to the upper mantle. Surprisingly, CH4is an abundant volatile species in fluid inclusions throughout the length of ...
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