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351. Vishnu Born Of Shiva [Journals] [Kronos]
... subject see section 18, "Androgyne", of "Child of Saturn", Part III, in this issue of KRONOS. 17. H. J. Eggeling and J. Allan, "Sanskrit Language and Literature," Encyclopaedia Britannica (1959 edition), Vol 19, p. 963. 18. V. Ions, Indian Mythology (London, 1967), p. 41. 19. H. J. Eggeling and J. Allan, loc. cit. 20. For Uranus as Saturn see "child of Saturn, Part I, KRONOS VII:1 , pp. 60-63. 21. Diodorus as Cited by Eusebius Pamphili, Praeparatio Evangelica, ...
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352. The Time Detectives by Brian Fagan (Reviewed) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and the coastline of the Gulf itself has changed dramatically. Oil exploration and field research has led to extensive geological mapping of the region. It seems the Gulf is a surprisingly shallow sea. It was not until around 6500BC that the sea actually flooded what had been essentially a fault line, a canyon through which the river ran to the Indian Ocean. This is a now a submerged marine feature but it reminded me of the formation of the North Sea. This too began as a fault line along which the Rhine and its tributaries emptied. Like the Gulf, the North Sea is supposed to have formed gradually as sea levels rose after the Ice Age. Is it a ...
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353. Flood Legends: Their Hidden Perspectives [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... 17 A.D .) ,. Metamorphoses, F.L . Miller, Trans., bk. I. Thorpe and Blackwell, The Elder Eddas, B. Thorpe, Trans. London: Norroena, 1906. L. de Cambrey, Lapland Legends. New Haven: Yale, 1926. E.E . Clark, Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest. Berkeley: University of California, 1960. B. Nelson, The Deluge Story in Stone. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1931, Ap. II. ...
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354. Indra [Journals] [Kronos]
... 282. 4. Ibid., pp. 282-289. 5. F. M. Muller, Vedic Hymns (1891), Vol. I, p. xxv. 6. S. Mewhinney, "Maruts and Kesilim," KRONOS V:4 (Summer 1980), p. 94. 7. V. Ions, Indian Mythology (London, 1967), p. 79. 8. Ibid. 9. Ibid., pp. 17, 96. 10. Ibid., p. 23. 11. I. Velikovsky,op. cit., pp. 281-282 ff. 12. For Agni and Shiva as Saturn see D. Cardona ...
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355. Focus Overseas [Journals] [SIS Review]
... century BC adduced by Folgheraiter from Greek and Etruscan vases (a subject to be covered in a future issue of this Review) and the unusual cosmic events associated with the burial of Ahaz. A stimulating article by Artur Isenberg on Dating the Great Mahabharata War finds intriguing correlations between celestial events related in the second book of Kings and in the Indian epic poem, the Mahabharata. Of the other papers, Orbits and their Measurement by Raymond Vaughan provides some useful technical background to his work with Professor Rose on the Babylonian tablets; Alfred de Grazia examines Plato and other sources to find Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings; Quartered at Yale is Dr Velikovsky's response, written in ...
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356. Mediterranean Basin Catastrophe [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... no apparent reason. It had to be the Gibraltar wave that came so suddenly. This cataclysm surely had its effects all around the world, where inhabitants lived mostly along the seashore. An enormous seismic wave surely affected the entire Atlantic seaboard, especially the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea- just opposite Gibraltar. Even the Pacific and Indian Oceans felt its effects. It is no wonder the story of the flood is narrated, though in differing forms, all around the world. The dating of this catastrophe, caused by the collapse of the Gibraltar isthmus, is very important. There were several hypotheses until Carbon 14 was used, and we must hope we are now ...
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357. Pole-Shift [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , there will be the changes in latitude. Places on the earth's surface will change their distances from the equator. Some will be shifted nearer the equator and others farther away. Points on the opposite sides of the earth will move in opposite directions. For example, if New York should be moved 2,000 miles south, the Indian Ocean, diametrically opposite, would have to be shifted 2,000 miles north. [See Figure 4.] All points on the earth's surface will not move an equal distance, however. To visualize this, the reader need only take a globe, mounted on its stand, and set it in rotation. He will see ...
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358. 2nd SIS Cambridge Conference Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . In addition, the majority of sites and cities (> 1000) of the first urban civilisations in Asia, Africa and Europe appear to have collapsed at around the same time. Most sites in Greece (~ 260), Anatolia (~ 350), the Levant (~ 200), Mesopotamia (~ 30), the Indian subcontinent (~ 230), China (~ 20), Persia/Afghanistan (~ 50), Iberia (~ 70) which collapsed at around 2200 200 BC, exhibit unambiguous signs of natural calamities and/or rapid abandonment. The proxy data detected in the marine, terrestrial, biological and archaeological records point to sudden ecological ...
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... tubes in Hawaii to sinuous rilles on the Moon. He finds that these enormous scars on the Moon, called rilles, have more in common with lightning scars than with collapsed lava tubes, which is the conventional astronomical explanation. On Mars, Thornhill claims that Valles Marineris, the gash across the face of the planet which the North American Indians called Scarface, is an example of a cathode discharge, like the lightning scars on a golf course. He interprets Olympus Mons, the biggest "volcano" in the Solar System, as an anode discharge, a giant "blister," comparable to fulgamites found on lightning conductors after a strike. When it comes to Venus, ...
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360. In Alaska. Ch.1 In the North (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... men were contemporary with extinct animals in Alaska."5Worked flints, characteristically shaped, called Yuma points, were repeatedly found in the Alaskan muck, one hundred and more feet below the surface. One such spear point was found there between a lion's jaw and a mammoth's tusk.6Similar weapons were used only a few generations ago by the Indians of the Athapascan tribe, who camped in the upper Tanana Valley.7 "It has also been suggested that even modem Eskimo points are remarkably Yuma-like,"8 all of which indicates that the multitudes of torn animals and splintered forests date from a time not many thousand years ago. Notes. 1. F. Rainey, " ...
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