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... something other than straight historical records. I suggest that Dynasties 1 and 2 have their genesis in the non-Egyptian ancestors of later Egyptian rulers. Full discussion of the chronology and location of the first two human dynasties of Manetho requires an extended analysis of the historicity of the Biblical and other literary/epigraphic accounts (Mesopotamian, Greek, Persian, Indian, and Chinese) of the Flood and a discussion of archaeological evidence. This is beyond the scope of the present paper. but the author believes that the first literate, advanced civilisation arose around 2000 BC in the Indus Valley (the Harappans'). Around 1700 BC, this civilisation was devastated by a flood of extended duration ...
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412. East and West, Part 1 Venus Ch.5 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... In the Syrian city Ugarit (Ras Shamra) was found a poem dedicated to the planet-goddess Anat, who "massacred the population of the Levant" and who "exchanged the two dawns and the position of the stars."(32) The hieroglyphics of the Mexicans describe four movements of the sun, nahui ollin tonatiuh. "The Indian authors translate ollin by motions of the sun. ' When they find the number nahui added, they render nahui ollin by the words sun (tonatiuh) in his four motions. '" (33) These "four motions" refer "to four prehistoric suns" or "world ages," with shifting cardinal points.( ...
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... Perhaps the Americas did take the brunt of the god's wrath and physical proof might lie right here in our midst. Physicist Wallace Thornhill believes Valles Marineris, the 4,000 kilometre canyon on Mars, as well as our own Grand Canyon, were caused by an enormous electrical discharge. "Mars was called Scarface by the [Blackfoot] Indians of the Americas, after it had been struck by an interplanetary thunderbolt. Can it be their myths have something to tell us?" he asks. [53] What if Thornhill is right about the Grand Canyon, that it, like Mars' Valles Marineris, was also the result of a stupendous interplanetary thunderbolt? What else ...
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414. The Uranians [Books] [de Grazia books]
... by anthropologists such as Michael Coe when he writes that "men continued to live throughout the most dessicated zones of North America. Species after species of large game animal perished not long after its [the dessication's] onset - mastodon, mammoth horse, camel, giant bison, ground sloth, deer, wolf, etc. - but the Indian survived."[29] Or the statements of numerous experts to the effect that the Magdalenian hunters of the Late Paleolithic Age flourished next to the ice caps and glaciers but then were driven out by a betterment of climate, from which their food supply, the large cold-weather animals, fled. Climatic change, for better or worse ...
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... The Greek fret pattern especially seems to be one of the earliest that men learnt to draw (figure 21). The svastika, as it is called,4 the cross with lines at right angles to each limb, is found everywhere-in India, Greece, Scotland, Peru as a natural bit of Ornament. The allegorising fancy of the Indians gave it a mystic meaning, and the learned have built I know not what worlds of religious theories on the pre-Christian cross, which is probably a piece of arty decorative work with no original mystic meaning at all.5 Mr. Lang overlooked the fact that the swastika had a meaning in ancient Greece. It was sometimes used to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/migration/2a.htm
416. Deluges [Books] [de Grazia books]
... we see a complex of possible events: that "heavenly waters" (canopies) might have existed, that they might have fallen, and that explosions might have produced them and/or brought them down along with exploded waters. The mechanisms are described more precisely in Solaria Binaria. We continue Vail's account: the most ancient of East Indian gods was Varuna, whose name means the "surrounder" or "concealer." He is the regent for the Sun. The root syllable "var" means water, hence "he who covers the heavens with his water canopy." Ouranos is the Greek equivalent: this Heaven-god, ancient Hesiod's Theogony tells us, came from ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/lately/ch13.htm
417. Thrusting and Orogeny [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the Earth moved east, its landforms struck out south by east [2 ]. The unified nature of his finding suggests a single giant thrusting episode sequential to the evacuation of the southern hemisphere. The continents move; this is a form of thrust. Often it is a thrust through water and basalt bottom; then, again, the Indian subcontinent thrusted upon Asia. Sedimentary rock layers are scraped and dumped over the sides of the awesome abysses; here is thrusting. Coal fields are forests bulldozed and deep buried: this is a form of thrust. Mountains are piled upon one another, again a thrusting action. Tides and winds lay down field upon field of debris, ...
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... . (67) Yet, whether we regard Indra's sky-borne missile as being composed of iron or stone, it is obvious that by vajra no ordinary "lightning-stroke" is meant, as the fall of stones does not typically accompany the latter phenomenon. How then are we to interpret Indra's heaven-hurled "stone"? Indra. From a South Indian wood carving. If we approach the matter from the standpoint of comparative religion, we find that many ancient peoples likewise described "thunderbolts" as stones thrown from heaven. Blinkenberg, for example, in his landmark study of the thunderweapon in ancient lore, summarized the ancient conception of lightning as follows: "The lightning, then, ...
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... small and probably sparsely settled seaboard on a remote inland sea, did not suffer very much from the capture cataclysm of Luna. This accounts for the staunch stand of the Nile-landers by their old-established sun god, Ra. But the Palaeo-Assyrians, that is the Mesopotamians generally, suffered very severely from the capture deluge. When the waters of the Indian Ocean were drawn towards the tropics by the tidal action of the new satellite, their surge was not opposed by a similar tide swelling towards the tropics from the north. Hence they swung far beyond the equator and raced up the funnel-shaped depression between Persia and Arabia, forcing the defile which is now called the Strait of Hormuz, and ...
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420. Confessions Of A Philosophical Velikovskian [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... is recorded by Mayas, Egyptians, Israelites, Greeks, Babylonians, Finns and Tartars20 a hail of stones by Israelites, Egyptians, Mexicans, and some Buddhist texts;21and darkness that lasted for a number of days-in Asia, it was prolonged daylight-as prelude to a mountainous tidal wave, by Israelites, Chinese, Peruvians, and the Choctaw Indians of Oklahoma.22 And while earth and sea were in commotion, we read of events in the sky that gave the impression of a war in heaven-which can be reconstructed in some detail, as it appears to have been seen from all over the world, and not unnaturally impressed itself on the imaginations of its terrified human witnesses. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0304/06confess.htm
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