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291. Teotihuacan -- the City of the Gods [Journals] [Pensee]
... faith in destiny can bring about, when men gather, live together and share the bounties of nature .. . when they venerate the life giving elements of the earth- the sun, the water, the common patrimony of humanity, and from them create prosperity and beauty. The governments originating from the Revolution have recognized the fact that the Indian population of Mexico incarnates the most authentic material and spiritual treasures of the nation." Owing to the interest it holds for those who have studied Velikovsky's work, we present here an abridged version of "Teotihuacan: The City of the Gods." Bearded Quetzalcoatl NARRATOR 1: We are in Teotihuacan, the sacred city. In Indian ...
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... 2 (Winter 1978) "Scientists Confront Scientists Who Confront Velikovsky" Home | Issue Contents The Aubrey Holes of Stonehenge (Concluded)Alban Wall III Interesting investigations have recently been carried out at an archaeological site high in the Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming. The structure is generally thought to have been built several hundred years ago by Plains Indians for an undetermined purpose.* What the site consists of is a circle of stones approximately 83 feet in diameter on a relatively flat area with a pile of stones acting as a hub at its center and 28 uneven spokes radiating to the rim. There are five other stone cairns at various points on the circumference and a sixth that ...
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... Section III: The Celestial Whirlpool Lake Section IV: The Spiral and Birth Section V: The Sacred Circuit Ear Symbols Tree Symbols LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Bride Baby 2. Lapland Swastika 3. Celtic Knot Swastika 4. Tibetan Swastika 5. Buddha Footprints 6. The Winged Disk 7. Mycenaen Conventualized 8. Moslem Swastika 9. Red Indian Finger Posts 10. Azilian Pictographs 11. Egyptian Cardinal Points 12. God Houses 13. Crosses of Seasons 14. Winds Symbol 15. Animals in heraldic opposition. 16. Mexican Symbols of gold. 17. The Maze 18. The Nandyavartaya. 19. Hallstatt spiral swastika 20. Hallstatt fibula spirals 21. Greek fret 22. ...
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294. On Fermor's article on ante-diluvian climate [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... exclusive but may well be complementary to one another. "Since man lived on Earth at that time the surface barometric pressure can have differed little from today." This is an untrue statement. Research would show that man today lives in a whole range of environments of greatly differing barometric pressures. They vary from sea-level man to the Andean Indians (adapted to the extent of being able to mine and play football at great altitudes) and to the wizards of altitude, the Sherpas of the Himalayas (whose adaptation is best of all). Reduced barometric pressure hinders the sea-level adapted man; but man the species can survive the whole range of pressures. Partial pressure of oxygen ...
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295. The Animal that Changed the Course of World History: The Mammoth [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... expanded into North America via Beringia as well. Mammoths were perfectly fit for the cold climate. Their bodies were covered with a thick undercoat of yellowish-brown fur, through which longer black hair projected. There was also a thick layer of fat under the skin which protected them well from the cold. Mammoths had ears smaller than those of the Indian Elephant, to whom they were closest of all the elephantids. This ear development is explained by the need for quicker blood circulation at low Arctic temperatures. The mammoths fed on grasses, mosses, leaves, and twigs, which littered the tundra during the short Arctic summer. As winter arrived, the snow covered the profuse vegetation and ...
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296. Jerusalem -- City of Venus [Journals] [Kronos]
... and these ointments were the means of introducing into their bodily systems such drugs as tended to excite their imaginations and add to the power of the magical drinks they received, that they might be prepared for the visions and revelations that were to be made to them in the Mysteries .. .. Before being admitted to the Mysteries of the Indian sages, Apollonius and his companion were rubbed with an oil so powerful that they felt as if bathed with fire. ' This was professedly an unction in the name of the Lord of Heaven, ' to fit and prepare them for being admitted in vision into his awful presence. The very same reason that suggested such an unction before ...
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297. Dropped Ocean Level. Ch.11 Klimasturz (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... of about 20 feet." Daly proceeds: "Marine terraces, indicating similar emergence, are found along the Atlantic coast from New York to the Gulf of Mexico; for at least 1 000 miles along the coast of eastern Australia; along the coasts of Brazil, southwest Africa, and many islands of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans; in all these and other published cases, the emergence is recent as well as of the same order of magnitude. judging from the condition of benches, terraces, and caves, the emergence seems to have been simultaneous on every shore."4 Of course Daly also found many places where the change in the position of ...
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298. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... author of Custer Died for Your Sins and God is Red He has published in the journal Pensee and is presently working on a new book for Harper & Row. Mr. Deloria is a practicing lawyer who attended Iowa State University and Lutheran School of Theology (Illinois) He has also served as Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. Ralph E. Juergens (B .S ., Case-Western Reserve); Mr. Juergens is an engineer residing in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has been an associate editor of the journal Pensee to which he contributed many scholarly articles, and was co-editor and co-author of The Velikovsky Affair. Mr. Juergens has also contributed material to ...
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... . If we reinstate the original shape of the hats and cancel the eyes, we obtain an image that should be very close to the original model (fig. 4). The new image is clear, consistent and makes perfect sense. Instead of two unlikely serpents' swallowing two men, it represents two perfectly recognisable elephants, the Indian type, with their trunks raised, behind two gods'. This image, however, could not make sense to an Aztec, who did not know anything like an elephant. Therefore he changed a few details in his model, in order to represent something that made sense to him. Fig. 4 Of course, this is ...
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... god Oannes who appeared among the primitives referred to in their mythology and taught them a civilized life. Though he was of different race he was able to speak to them in a tongue which they could understand. The Egyptians tell of the god Thoth who taught articulate speech to the babbling barbarians whom he found in the Nile-Land. The Maidu Indians of California tell that their culture-hero, Kuksu, could speak all the languages of the tribes which came into existence' after the great cataclysm. HORTICULTURE (ii. 8) And the Lord God planted a garden . . . in Eden .. . (g ) And made grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/bellamy/god/10-myths.htm
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