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261. The Floor Of The Seas. Ch.7 Deserts And Oceans (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... spreading huge tidal' waves which destroyed plant and animal life on the coastal plains." At many places, such as the coast of Sweden, the bottom of the sea proved to consist of "a lava bed of geologically recent origin, covered only by a thin veneer of sediment. . . . The sediments of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, which often bore particles of volcanic material, also testified to the importance of vulcanism in submarine geology. Some of our cores from the Mediterranean were marked with coarse grained layers consisting largely of volcanic ash that had settled on the bottom after great volcanic explosions. These layers are an unrivalled record of the irregular volcanic activity of the ...
262. Untitled [Articles]
... Portland Conference, Oregon 1994 Transcripts Henry H. Bauer Velikovsky's Place in the History of Science Dwardu Cardona The Original Star of Dawn Victor Clube Cosmic Winter Ev Cochrane Velikovsky's Legacy Vine Deloria Northwest Indian Myths of Catastrophe Robert Driscoll Rebuttal to Ellenberger Charles Ginenthal The Youthful Planet Venus Robert Grubaugh A Model of the Polar Configuration Richard Heinberg Catastrophe, Collective Trauma, and the Origin of Civilization Gunnar Heinsohn The Restoration of Ancient History Ted Holden The Impossible Dinosaurs Eric Miller Venus Worship and Ancient China William Mullen "Cenocatastrophism" Donald W. Patten and Samuel R. Windsor The Twin Tilts of the Spin Axes of Mars and Earth Lynn E. Rose Sothic Dating and Historical Reconstructions Dave Talbott From Myth ...
263. The Rotating Crust. Ch.8 Poles Displaced (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... He pointed out that if we assume that the crust happened to move clockwise in relation to the core by over 70' the expected effect "shows a remarkable correlation to many major topographic features and also to the shearing patterns of large parts of the Earth's surface, as, e.g ., the North and South Atlantic, the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden, Africa, the Pacific, etc. If the correlation is not fortuitous, and this does not appear probable, we have to suppose that the Earth's crust at some moment of its history has indeed shifted with regard to the Earth's poles and that the crust has undergone a corresponding blockshearing."2 ...
264. Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Comets. Ch.9 Axis Shifted (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... like child's play when compared with the forces that in past ages thrust up the Andes, spread the Deccan trap-the great lava flows, several thousand feet thick, that cover 250 000 square miles in India built the lava dykes that cross South Africa, spread the Columbia Plateau in America, and laid the lava bed of the Pacific. The Indian Ocean, from Java, an island full of volcanoes, extinct, dormant, and active, to Kilimanjaro, an extinct volcano over 19,000 feet high in East Africa, is circled with volcanoes and its bottom is of lava, with several volcanic isles in the middle of it. Along the Arabian coast of the Red Sea ...
265. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... supernova. Petroglyphs from Northern Arizona (top row) from Eddy, John, "Astroarchaeology" in Insights into the Ancient Ones, edited by Edward F. Berger, 1981. And rock art from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (bottom), from Williamson, Ray A., in Living the Sky: The Cosmos of the American Indians, 1984. About the SIS; How to Join Editorial .. 1 Intersect 2001 Conference .. 2 Day1 Fri 6th July 2001: Introduction .. 2 Welcome and Announcements, Don Scott .. 2 The Electric Universe- The Big Picture, Wal Thornhill .. 2 Verbal Vignette, Mel Acheson .. 2 Rupert Sheldrake: ...
266. C&C Review 1997:2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1997:2 News 2 Articles Planet in Crisis 4 Bernard Delair presents geological evidence for major recent upheavals of the Earth. Worlds in Collision' after Heinsohn 13 William Mullen examines what happens to the evidence for Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision events if the revised chronology of Gunnar Heinsohn is adopted O-Kee-Pa: Catastrophe Myths and Rituals of the North American Mandan Indians 22 In O-Kee-Pa', the Mandans linked legends of past catastrophe with a cruel initiation rite for their young men. Benny Josef Peiser investigates the meaning of this strange ritual. Shishak, the kings of Judah and some synchronisms 27 Michael Reade examines synchronisms between Palestine and Egypt around the divided Monarchy and their relationship to the catastrophic era recorded ...
... the exploiter. Marx observed and studied industrial relations, and came out against the fit. The British Islands, having lost the American colonies at the end of the former century, now, under Victoria, were expanding to become the dominant colonial power in the world. The blacks of Africa, the dark-skinned peoples of the lands bordering the Indian Ocean and various other colors were enslaved as colonial people- and though the colonial expansion of the British goes back to the sixteenth century, it never reached the scope, the glamour and the degree of extortion that it did in the days of Victoria. Neither the House of Commons and the House of Lords, nor the Prime Minister ...
268. Review: New Insights into Antiquity - A Drawing Aside of the Veil, by R. Petersen [Journals] [SIS Review]
... anticipated some surprise', failed entirely to delight' this reader. His first chapters take us to Mexico shortly after the Spanish conquest and deal in detail with the history of the search for the seven fabled cities of Cibola. All that was eventually found were the ruins known today as the Casa Grande on the Gila river and the Zuni Indians, who seemed to know nothing about the people who inhabited the ruins. A series of expertly engineered canals in the area do, however, indicate a past culture and the present level of the river bed indicates some catastrophic ground movements which stopped the canals functioning. The geological story grows more interesting with a discussion of an area of ...
269. The Sun Ages, Prologue Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... peoples all over the world. The Mayas counted their ages by the names of their consecutive suns. These were called Water Sun, Earthquake Sun, Hurricane Sun, Fire Sun. "These suns mark the epochs to which are attributed the various catastrophes the world has suffered."(1 ) Ixtlilxochitl (circa 1368-1648), the native Indian scholar, in his annals of the kings of Tezcuco, described the world ages by the names of "suns."(2 ) The Water Sun (or Sun of Waters) was the first age, terminated by a deluge in which almost all creatures perished; the Earthquake Sun or age perished in a terrific earthquake when the ...
270. Making Moonshine with Hard Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... affect. Michelson says that "hard science" comes into being when the moon's revolution is measured to the accuracy of an eight-digit number. But eight digits can be attached to an IQ score, an automobile license, the average height of Americans, the temperature of a frying pan, a tonal harmony in music, a rhythmic sequence of Indian dance, and so on. And if we proceeded to an accuracy of ten digits, or twelve, we might find the moon revolving a bit irregularly, which a genial mechanism such as Professor Michelson might trace back to an old disaster. The important questions are what the number means and what purpose it serves. In the present ...
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