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311. The Original Star of Dawn [Articles]
... morning star, a fact that was well known and recorded by the ancients, as, for instance, by Ptolemy, but also by the Assyro-Babylonians who alluded to Nebo, their name for Mercury, as the morning star which announces the new age. An Evening Star and Morning Star were also worshipped by the Skidi branch of the Pawnee Indians, who formerly inhabited the valley of the Platte river in Nebraska-and here it is fitting to state that I owe some of what follows to my friend Milton Zysman, whose research into the lore of the Skidi Pawnee is well known in Velikovskian circles. To the Skidi, the Evening Star was female, the Morning Star male. That ...
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312. Changes in the Times and the Seasons, Part 1 Venus Ch.5 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... " "The astronomers and geologists whose concern is all this . . . should judge of the causes which could effect the derangement of the day and could cover the earth with tenebrosity," wrote a clergyman who spent many years in Mexico and in the libraries of the Old World which store ancient manuscripts of the Mayas and works of early Indian and Spanish authors about them.(10) It did not occur to him that the biblical narrative of the time of the Exodus contains the same elements. With the end of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt, when the Israelites left that country, the old order of seasons came to an end and a new world age began. ...
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313. The Sacred Cow, Part 1 Venus Ch.9 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... 71) which is the Hindu version of "rivers of milk and honey." The "celestial cow" or "the heavenly Surabhi" (" the fragrant") was the daughter of the Creator: she "sprung from his mouth"; at the same time nectar and "excellent perfume" were spread, according to the Indian epic.(72) This description of the birth of the daughter from the mouth of the Creator is a Hindu parallel of Athene springing from the head of Zeus. Fragrance and nectar are mentioned in connection with the birth of the celestial cow, a combination that can be understood if we recall what we learned in the Sections " ...
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314. Society News. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... cobra. A case was made for Egyptian influence, which could have spread west via the Berbers, whose rock art also bore similarities to that of Rochester Creek. The theory is supported by a study of blood groups, where a factor showing high levels in N. Africa, but absent in most of America, showed up in the Indian groups in the Rochester Creek area. The Guanches of the Canary Islands were almost certainly derived from Berbers so it would only be a further step across the Atlantic to reach America. The talks were separated by a pleasant get together at lunch and just before David Eccott's lecture we were treated to a little aside by Nesta Caiger, who ...
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315. Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ancient Near East." Meteoritics, 8 (1973), pp. 91 -132. Chadwick, Robert. "Comets and meteors in the last Assyrian Empire.", in World Archaeoastronomy, Anthony F. Aveni, editor. Cambridge University Press, 1989. Kohler, Ulrich. "Comets and falling stars in the perception of Mesoamerican Indians", in World Archaeoastronomy, 1989. Newton, H. A. "The Worship of Meteorites." American Journal of Science (fourth series), 153 (1897), pp. 1-14. Brown, Peter Lancaster. Megalyths Myths and Men. Harper and Row, New York, 1976. Brown reviews science in pre-neolithic ...
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316. The Burning of Troy by Alfred De Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Publications Princeton, N.J ., U.S .A . TABLE OF CONTENTS The Quantavolutionary Scan Part One: Historical Disturbances The Burning of Troy The Founding of Rome Micah's Ark The Catastrophic Finale of the Middle Bronze Age Updating Schaeffer's Destruction Inventory Nine Spheres of Venusian Effects The Obliteration of Human Signs Ancient Astronauts Part Two: Geological Issues Indians of Illinois Ice Cores of Greenland A Failed Excursion to the Caves of Aquitaine The Latecoming Olduvai Gorg e Athens Quakes Part Three: Working of the Mind Comptinology and Tohu-bohu Sandal-straps and Semiology Making Moonshine with Hard Science Holy Dreamtime in Wonguri Land The Unconscious' as a Literary Revolt Against Scienc e O.K . Origins Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's ...
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317. O.K. Origins [Books] [de Grazia books]
... as his detractors made him out to be - unless, which is possible, Jackson, descended of Scots-Irish, did also pick up the O.K . from the folklore of the ancient OC. Significantly, another explanation is that O.K . ' comes from the Oklahoma (note: oc) Choctaw (note: oc) Indian word "oke" (" it is") in an attribution of 1885. (Americans often use a simple "oke," one, not two syllables, and periods' may have been later additions.) It is conceivable that this "oke" (it is) is like the Yahweh (I am) and ...
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... we try it is not possible to assign Exodus to a period as early as 3000 BC'. Manetho, he claims, placed a great flood in the period shortly before Menes, namely at around 3000 BC. There are references to a flood in the Book of the Dead papyri and he goes on to relate various myths of Creek Indians, the Vikings, the Pawnees, Australian Aborigines, Polynesians and South American tribes. He actually moves some material Mandelkehr dates at 2300 BC back to 3200 BC, especially Chinese traditions, and in a fairly convincing manner. Chinese myth involves the idea of heaven's pillars collapsing, rivers flowing in the opposite direction and the sun moon and ...
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... seafloor. How was the Atlantic created? By a rise in world sea level? By a depression of the ocean floor? Or were the continents pulled apart suddenly at one stroke? The Atlantic contains approximately one quarter of Earth's hydrosphere. Its average depth is nearly 4000 meters- slightly less than the Pacific and about the same as the Indian Ocean. If the Atlantic was not yet in existence, what of those two great oceans, to say nothing of the much shallower Arctic and Mediterranean? Earth must have been a desert planet. Velikovsky believed that the waters of the Flood might have been formed from hydrogen gas expelled from Saturn, combining with free oxygen in Earth's atmosphere ...
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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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