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... workers of the Steel Company of Canada can agree, it seems. A friend of Pat Doran' s was up in the far north, an anthropologist, and he ran into an old hermit who hadn't seen anyone for five years and apparently the only thing they had in common was a mutual admiration for Velikovsky. Similarly, an American Indian who came to our McMaster Conference, suddenly found himself to be one of the lost tribes of Israel; here was someone who could take an Indian myth seriously, and one where they weren't repressed. Therefore I would conclude that Velikovsky is very much fighting the dominance of the Greek side of our tradition, the intellectual law side, ...
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462. Noah's Ark -- Its Geometry [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... if they rose up to trap the Ark in a lake of seawater, drained several months after the flood? How much evidence of catastrophe does Science need to seriously question uniformitarian dogma? Isn't it time for a serious examination of the history of man? Certainties The artifact is located 700 miles from the Persian Gulf and 2000 miles from the Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean is the only source of water that could supply an "unearthly" tide sweeping the Ark to Dogubayazit. To raise the Himalayan range, the flood had to have been approximately 3,000 feet deep at Sumer. It rushed overland, with the land rising under it into Turkey. The cause was a ...
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463. Velikovsky's Martian Catastrophes [Journals] [Aeon]
... ., 1950), p. 207. 2. Ibid., p. 241. 3. Ibid., pp. 244-245. 4. S. Langdon, Sumerian and Babylonian Psalms (1909), p. 85. 5. Hesiod, Theogony pp. 918-936. 6. P. Masson-Oursel & Louise Morin, "Indian Mythology," New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology (London, 1972), p. 378. 7. G. de Santillana & H. von Dechend, Hamlet's Mill: An Essay of Myth and the Frame of Time (Boston, 1969), p. 157. 8. I. Velikovsky, op. cit., ...
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... impact is not supported by present knowledge. And the extinction of calcareous plankton is more easily explained by sudden acidification of the ocean. Such acidification is more likely as a consequence of a volcanic event than an impact. Officer, Hallem, and Drake have been among the most vociferous on these subjects, pointing out that exhalation associated with the Indian Deccan Traps might well have provided the Aerosols. Next to object were the geochemists. Graup, working on a Bavarian site, and Tredoux et al., on Danish and new Zealand sites clearly demonstrate that the boundary clay contains more than one anomalous metal horizon and that perhaps 400,000 years of the late Maastrichtian and early Danian ...
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... - that is, the Saturnian polar column- was linked to the very unique and specific "opening of the mouth" event. That this was a stretch beyond the evidence even Talbott must have come to realize since, two years later, he offered another, and more detailed, scenario. Thus, in his interpretation of the interesting Indian myth concerning the goddess Shakti, how she closed her eye and made the world disappear, he stated that: "[ T ]he going forth of the eye to create the band of the enclosed sun was remembered as the opening' of the eye." [66] This harked back to the Saturn Myth, where the ...
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466. KA [Books]
... The Lord shall punish Leviathan the piercing serpent, even Leviathan that crooked serpent, and he shall slay the dragon that is in the sea' [3 ]. In Akkadian myth there is a battle between Marduk and Tiamat. In Hittite tradition it is between Zas and Illuyankas. At Ugarit the snake is Lotan, slain by Baal. In Indian myth the serpent is defeated by Vishnu. In Norse myth the fight is between the snake and Thor. Blood is shed liberally in these myths. Anath slays the enemies of Baal and wades in their blood; in Egyptian myth Hathor kills Q-CD vol 12: KA, Ch. 6: Sky Links 89 the enemies of Re, ...
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... Soph. O. C. 56 (Mayer, Giganten und Titanen, p. 95).]. These are the underground regions of Greek mythology, still barely noticed by the school of Frazer and Harrison in their search for prehistoric cults and symbols in the classical world. Yet here ancient Greek myth suddenly emerges in full light among Indian tribes in America, miraculously preserved. The very unnaturalness of the narrative shows how steps were telescoped or omitted through the ages. In one moment the Whirlpool emerges as the bearer of the fire-sticks of Pramantha and Tezcatlipoca. But why should they be in the whirl? Myth has its own shorthand logic to relate those floating fire-sticks to the ...
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468. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of bodies linked by viscous forces and of non-spherical shapes are immense, but there is no doubt in my mind that inversions of the Earth and apparent reversals of its rotation are real events, and that this will be demonstrated by working models in school science classes before many more years have passed. ERIC W. CREW Broxbourne, Herts. Indian Orbits Sir, The evidence for a year of only 360 days as deduced from the Hindu sources is better than anybody could have imagined. I refer to the data from the Panchasiddhantika as used by Velikovsky (W in C II, viii: "The Reforming of the Calendar") and Fermor (reported in SISR IV:2 ...
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... ocean currents. There was a marked fall in sea level at this time, and scattered episodes of extinctions [45,46,48]. Several impacts of asteroids or comets occurred in the final half million years of the Eocene, as evidenced by microtektite fields: the oldest of these has been found the western equatorial Pacific and eastern Indian Ocean; the middle one in the equatorial Pacific, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico; and the youngest (the North American microtektite layer) in the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and western North Atlantic [49-52]. Another impact event apparently occurred in the mid-Oligocene, and although none of these seem precisely associated with extinctions, they ...
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470. Intimations of an Alien Sky [Journals] [Aeon]
... that the names and/or epithets applied to the Vedic deities are identical to those applied to the planets by the same people and in the same language, the equivalence of deities and planets is proven on home ground without any recourse or appeal to comparative studies. Such, for instance, is the case with Agni. Any work on Indian mythology will have it stated that Agni is the god of fire or, in other words, fire personified. This belief is not monopolized by mythologists, which is often the case, but is adhered to by the Hindus themselves. And so, in truth, has Agni become- a veritable god of flames. But in seeking ...
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