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431. On Morrison: Some Final Remarks (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... 2 km in diameter), whose presently accepted age is 50,000 years, once had its age fixed at 2,000 to 3,000 years by Barringer and from 5,000 to 10,000 years by Tilghman (see E. L. Krinov, Giant Meteorites, Oxford 1966, p. 104). The Indians who settled in this district are well acquainted with the crater's existence. "They have a legend that at one time one of their gods descended from Heaven in blazing magnificence to find rest beneath the ground" (Krinov, pp. 82-83). Since archaeologists estimate that man did not appear in this region until 20-25,000 years ...
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... the origin of culture, etc. Mythological themes formed the focal point of early culture and religious ritual, countless aspects of daily life being designed to commemorate these sacred events through imitation, mimicry, and simulation. Ancient cities and temples, to take but one example, were designed and oriented in accordance with the sacred original: All the Indian royal cities, even the modern ones, are built after the mythical model of the celestial city where, in the age of gold, the Universal Sovereign dwelt. And, like the latter, the king attempts to revive the age of gold, to make a perfect reign a present reality. (43) What was true for ...
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433. A Comprehensive Theory on Aging, Gigantism and Longevity [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... however, is that the only just objections are those based on fact, rather than ideological criticism. The authors are extremely wary of such canonical objections, and with good reason! One can easily observe, looking back through history, great differences in the level of scientific advancement in different cultures. Contrast the state of technology of the American Indian with the arriving European settler in the 17th and 18th centuries. Contrast the scientific stagnation of the Dark Ages with the explosive investigative virility of 17th-century Western Europe. Contrast the rather extensive Chinese technology of the first 1200 years A.D . with the relatively backward state of affairs in other areas of the world, Europe included. The ...
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... concerns.(35) Epics, like riddles and proverbs, seem to have originated as specialized offshoots of generalized prose narratives. Where riddles and proverbs, however, underwent condensation, epics apparently underwent expansion as well as versification . Riddles are, apart from recent Western influence, found among all the world's peoples except the North and South American Indians. Proverbs are found in the Old World only (being, unlike riddles, absent from Eskimo tradition).(36) And epics are found only in Europe, Africa, and West Asia. From this distribution, Alfred Kroeber, the late "dean of American anthropologists", inferred that riddles are the oldest of these three ...
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435. Thoth Vol IV, No. 1: Jan 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... only believed to tower up to the level of the clouds, but that he also brings about rain and flood. ' The Efe pygmies of the Ituri forest tell of a deluge of water which gushed forth as a mighty river when their version of the Cosmic Tree, which was the polar column, was felled. Similarly, the Arawak Indians of the Guinas tell of a wondrous tree which Sigu cut down. From its stump, water gushed out in such quantity as to cause a deluge. This tale is also found among the traditions of the Cuna, who tell of their mischief-maker, the Tapir, chopping down the Saltwater Tree from which salt water gushed out to form ...
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436. Monitor. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... for respiration. Lemur Upsets Theories New Scientist 27.10.01, p. 20 Modern lemurs are only found on Madagascar and were assumed to have evolved originally in Africa and rafted across to the island. Now a fossil lemur has been found on the wrong continent in Pakistan and dates from millions of years after Madagascar separated from the Indian subcontinent. Sudden Evolution The Times June 2002 An expert is quoted saying the Cretaceous not only ended but began with an asteroid strike. So now we have the Permian, Triassic, and Cretaceous all being ended by asteroid strikes. Moreover the report read as though a case was being made for rapid evolution of the Cretaceous species - notably ...
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437. Child of Saturn (Part VI) [Journals] [Kronos]
... transformed Saturnian deity would have been accepted as feminine by such ruling matriarchies - unless, of course, matriarchies arose precisely in response to this goddess. Be that as it may, there is no doubt that the primigenial deity was presented as exclusively female in the mythologies of many races. Thus, among the Iroquois nation of the North American Indians, it was told how the sky had parted, through the cleft of which "creator woman" had appeared, clad in nothing but divine light.(1 ) Likewise, half-way across the world, the Pelasgians believed in a Creatrix called Eurynome, the "Goddess of All Things", who rose naked from Chaos to organize ...
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... rhythms. Therefore we should expect to find evidence that the earliest peoples were deeply interested in astronomy, as well as in the plants and animals which surrounded them. And this is precisely what we find: the most ancient surviving monuments are astronomical in orientation and function and the examples which could be named are extremely numerous: Stonehenge; American Indian medicine-wheels; Egyptian, Chinese and American pyramids and temples; and neolithic earthworks in Europe, America and Asia. And when the ancients' concern was not with the heavens, it was with the flora and fauna of the natural world - witness the cave paintings of Altamira, or those of the Bushmen of Africa, in which the ...
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439. The Ages of Bristlecone Pine [Journals] [Pensee]
... not futile. A Successful Application (4 ) The middle of the nineteenth century was a period of territorial and political dispute in the American Southwest. The end of the Mexican War in 1848 was confirmed by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which treaty explicitly acknowledged "all native claims." Amongst these legitimate claims were those of the Navajo Indian Tribe. Nevertheless, a number of years later all Navajos were forcibly removed from their lands and impounded on a distant reservation by the United States Army. In 1868 a treaty was executed between the United States and the Navajo Indians allowing them to return to their native lands. The congress has authorized the Navajos to bring substantiated claims for ...
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440. Thoth Vol II, No. 17: Oct 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... : there are none now. Fortunately, it was not stated that "there will be Giants", because, obviously, that would have all kinds of possibilities for acceptable interpretation. JC EV COCHRONE RESPONDS: The belief that "there were giants in those days" is very widespread in nature. Consider the following tradition of the Pawnee Indians: "The first men who lived on earth were very large Indians. They were giants; very big and very strong." (George Grinnell, Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk-Tales," 1961, p. 354). According to Pawnee tradition, this race of giants was killed by the Flood. How are we to understand ...
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