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331. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... | Issue Contents Monitor Another Living Fossil'source: INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE 27.3 .86 Remember the coelacanth? The coelacanth was thought to have become extinct 60 million years ago, and there the matter would have rested but for the discovery of living specimens of the creature, indistinguishable from its ancestors, in the deep sea of the Indian Ocean. The coelacanth was dubbed "the living fossil", but in private the scientific community recognised that it was far from being an unique phenomenon: many species appeared to be unchanged by very, very long periods in the fossil record. Now Dr Michel Roux of the University Claude Bernard Lyon has reported the recovery of five specimens ...
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332. In Memoriam: Immanuel Velikovsky, Livio Stecchini and Ralph Juergens [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... generation, but the catastrophe probably evidenced by well known scenes of disaster like the frozen mammoths of Siberia. In the field of mythology Dr. Velikovsky again distinguished himself by maintaining that the so-called myths of antiquity had strong roots in reality. Astronomers now search these myths and legends to discover remarkable records of novae and other astronomical phenomena. Today Indian rock paintings and ancient structures like the pyramids and Stonehenge are repeatedly analyzed not only by historians and anthropologists, but by geologists and astronomers as well. Finally, the fields (in which I am more at home) of ancient history and archaeology have been changed violently by his great work, Ages in Chaos. All ancient histories, ...
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333. New Insights to Antiquity [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Publisher details for this book by Richard Petersen mentioned in Internet Digest 1998:2 was accidentally omitted. New Insights to Antiquity, A Drawing aside of the Veil. ISBN: 0-9662134-1-6. $27.95 (inc $3 US shipping) from G. Engwald & Company, 4730 E. Indian School Road, Suite 120, Phoenix, AZ 85018. USA. Overseas postage extra. ...
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334. Planetary Identities: II The Mythology of Homer [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... rendered ouranos' so that if Boyles had wanted to find a Greek deity identifiable as the sky he should have picked on Uranus who is also rendered Ouranos in Greek. There, then, is a god whose name is sky - but, as always, one must tread with caution here. Etymologically, Uranus has been identified with the Indian god Varuna [24], whom the Rig Veda equates with Agni [25] and thus, inadvertently with Saturn [26]. As strange as it may seem to us, this would associate the mythological sky, or heaven, with the planet Saturn. The proof of this comes from the Sanskrit Saurikah which means both paradise ...
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335. Comments on Chappell [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... (soldiers), usually smiting the aggressor troops because they were better armed. A comet is much too small to have pulled Lake Titicaca and its trapped sea horses up to twelve thousand feet. Some of the corn fields above the lake are now over 17,000 feet elevation. Corn won't even germinate over 13,000 of the Indian Ocean up to smash into the Arabian peninsula and wash Noah and sons from just north of Kuwait into Eastern Turkey. A comet is much too small to have left its signature of mountain uplift (always with a 35 degree elbow, left turn, at perigee) in the Andes, the Himalayas, etc. A comet can't repeatedly ...
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... The planetary orbit of Luna has already been transformed into the satellitic orbit of the Moon. The capture tide sweeps over the tropical districts of the Earth: the island continents of the Western Sea (Atlantis) are already encroached upon by the waters and will disappear within a very few hours; the same is happening in the Pacific and the Indian Ocean, where Lemuria and the island continents between New Zealand and Hawaii are being submerged. The Mediterranean is not yet formed; but the Straits of Gibraltar are already being unlocked and the Mediasiatic Sea begins to flow off west. Few, very few of the dwellers in low latitudes escaped- a man, perhaps, out of many thousands-'excellent ...
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337. Catastrophism and Ancient History. Volume II, Part 2 June 1980 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Cosmogony Zecharia Sitchin 83 A Different View on the Chronology of Hazor Marvin Arnold Luckerman 95 Departments Editorial Marvin Arnold Luckerman 75 In Memoriam Immanuel Velikovsky Livio Stecchini Ralph Juergens 77 Interaction On Fermor's article on ante-diluvian climate , John P. Pseudonym 64 Reply by John Fermor 66 A Corrected Date for Carthage, II , Lester J. Mitcham 69 Casa Grande-Another Indian Astronomical Site , Ron Anjard 69 Letter to the Editor Christoph Marx 131 Book Review by Geoffrey Gammon John Dayton / Minerals, Metals, Glazing and Man 123 Bookcase 72 Advertisment: SIS 72 Copyright 1980, Catastrophism and Ancient History. Catastrophism and Ancient History is published twice yearly. Address all correspondence to Marvin Arnold Luckerman. Executive Editor. ...
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338. The Lesser Light [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... himself holding the lightning and glowing thunderbolt, when he had overcome by might his father Cronus. . . ." Jupiter's fate was later realized as the once brilliant planetary disc shrank to a pin point of light, his glory removed from the sky of earth forever. The Saturn-Jupiter succession and Jupiter's ultimate departure are colorfully preserved by the Tupinamba Indians of Brazil. "The first [great hero] was Nonan [Saturn] who was the creator of mankind, and then destroyed the world with flood and fire; after whom came Maire-Monan [Jupiter] who is often confused with his predecessor. He had the power of changing men and animals [a cometary retinue] into other ...
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339. The Autumn Meeting [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... regeneration. Noah's deluge was placed in such a context. The 430 years between Abraham and Moses denotes a legal covenant between two unequal elements, such as God and man. Such numbers, though artificial constructs, have been taken literally in some chronologies. 23 is the number of sacrifice and is involved in the myth of Abraham and the Indian equivalent, Brahma. All numbers associated with Abraham are those symbolic of catastrophe. Jacob and Joseph are associated with 7; Moses is symbolised via 120 as a child of a god. None of these figures can therefore be taken as literal datings. 40 is a highly suspect number, usually representing divine judgement in the Bible, and ...
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... for Japan, Ashi-hara no naka tsu kuni, the middle-kingdom of the Reed plain, which lies on the summit of the globe.1 Japan was also the centre of the Earth, under the pivot of the vault of the heavens.2The Avestans dwelt in the middle Karshvar (later Keshvar) of the world, which answers to the Indian central Jambu-dwipa3where the axis-tree Jambu grows-up. In the Rig Veda4amrtasya nabhim is the navel of the heavens, and nabhir prthivyAs the navel of the Earth. The one, the holiest supernal spot, is directly over the other, the holiest terrestrial shrine.5 The Chinese terrestrial paradise at the centre of the Earth is directly underneath Shang-Ti's heavenly ...
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