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481. Forum [Journals] [Pensee]
... sea. Unfortunately, in the United States concepts which in any way attempt to explain experimental results on the basis of the presence of a near-isotropic neutrino sea run afoul of the "no ether" mind-set. Theoretical approaches which assume the existence of a generalized flux having appreciable mass/energy density, now presently receiving considerable attention by European and Indian scientists, are here accorded much the same treatment as were Velikovsky's concepts (1950-1965), albeit much more subtly. Regarding Velikovsky's comments on methods for testing the postulates of General Relativity by observing an eclipse from Skylab (" A Missed Opportunity?" Pensee, fall, 1973, p. 19): roll and yaw of the ...
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482. Myth and the Origin of Religion [Journals] [Pensee]
... : Pensée Vol. 4 No 4: (Fall 1974) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered IX" Home | Issue Contents Myth and the Origin of Religion Vine Deloria, Jr.MYTH AS HISTORY Mr. Deloria, the author of Custer Died for Your Sins and God is Red, was formerly the Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. He attended Iowa State University and Lutheran School of Theology (Illinois), and is a practicing lawyer. If there were gigantic planetary catastrophes in former times, how should they have been described in order to receive credulous consideration by men several thousand years later? What format should the ancients have used so that we could give their ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/pensee/ivr09/45myth.htm
... , linguistic which actually weaken it. While most of these arguments are merely ambiguous, a few are flatly erroneous. One such argument, on p. 28, is that "the idea that Coptic goes back to the time of the Pyramid Texts is about as cogent as the notion that English is rooted in the language of the Navajo Indians". In fact, Coptic (the very name of which is a procopized variant of the Greek word Aiguptiakos, "Egyptian") is the latest form of the same language of which Old Egyptian is the earliest form. The appropriate analogy here is not one which derives English, fantastically, from Navajo but one which derives Modern ...
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484. "As Above, So Below" Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Straight-Line Phenomena [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... nearly 40 years for the volcanic theory to be completely replaced by the impact theory." The person most responsible for the acceptance of the contact theory was mining engineer D.M . Barringer. It took him some thirty years and all his wealth to convince scientists that the Arizona crater was the result of a meteor impact. The local Indians knew this; their tradition relates that three "gods" had come to earth, the largest causing the crater, now their sacred area- "Canyon Diable" (Devil's Crater). Barringer [Beaty, 1966:115] died just one year before science "recognized his crater's meteoric origin." We intend to survey current ...
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485. From Venus with Love [Books] [de Grazia books]
... mate, even Sky and Earth in mythology, so a semblance of masculinity has to be restored. I will be criticized as an unreliable author by many people as matters stand (unless directly beneath the caption 15a on page 125 there is printed in parentheses- "Earth's exaggerated phallus has been removed-reduced? -by the printer to conform to Indian government censorship regulations"). Back comes the reply of Mr. M.G . Shirali, Production Manager, dated February 2, p. 1: Re: the mystery of the missing phallus' figure 15a, page 125-let me explain. You will recall this drawing was traced out by our artist from the original Xeroxed sheet you ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/heretics/ch07.htm
486. The Mixtec Tree of Origin [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:1 (Nov 1997) Home | Issue Contents The Mixtec Tree of Origin Ken Moss I was catching up on my reading one rainy afternoon (a not uncommon occurence in Vancouver) when I picked up one of Victor von Hagen's old accounts of Central American Indian civilizations. [1 ] Although his work is now somewhat dated, von Hagen remains an entertaining as well as an informative chronicler. In discussing various pre-Aztec cultures, von Hagen presents a diagram [2 ] that instantly grabbed my attention. It portrays a somewhat T-shaped structure that is broad at the base with a naked man emerging from a cleft at the top were the stem meets the ...
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487. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... state boundaries. Maybe this is something of an exaggeration but the impression is there. In Heinsohn's ancient world, this imperial progress over 3000 years seems to be compressed into little over 1000 years and is transformed into a ferment of development and ideas travelling freely across frontiers, with Egyptians, Greeks, Assyrians and the under-rated Persians, Chinese and Indians all contributing and learning from one another. No doubt the Rumanians and others were also involved, even if they didn't leave us as many books about it. If we think about the 1000 years of development which have led to the present day, the picture is familiar: from Marco Polo's import of Chinese knowledge and ideas through the ...
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488. He Who Shines by Day [Books] [de Grazia books]
... . THE EPITHETS OF VENUS Velikovsky, James and others offer numerous connections between Planet Venus and Pallas Athena through analogies of birth, traits and deeds. They further offer persuasive cross-identifications of Athena and Planet-Venus with the corresponding divinities of the same planet from other cultures, among them the Hebrew, Egyptian, Babylonian, Chinese, Mexican, and American Indian. Graves, for example, lays out in detail the material on Pallas, whose primary myth-ensemble is as foster-sister to Athena. Pallas means simply "youth" or "maiden." Athena and Pallas were raised on the shores of Lake Triton in Africa. While playing at armed combat Athena accidentally killed Pallas. In grief, she ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/love/ch10.htm
... New sciences such as psycho)history, archaeoastronomy and geomythology (while subsidiary to Velikovsky's main thesis, yet deriving almost all of their validity from unarticulated assumptions originating in his thinking) will now lead the way to a completion of the task that he began in uncovering the substance of our past experiences. Vine Deloria, Jr. (American Indian Studies, Arizona State University), "Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky Tributes," SIS Review 4, 4 (Spring 1980), 78)79.^F ^ The European focuses on the structural determinants of thought; the American, on the social and psychological consequences of the diffusion of opinion. The one centers on the source ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  29 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/articles/talks/portland/vorhees.htm
... cult of Ammon and Osiris. It is no mere coincidence that the ancient men who first mined copper at the extremity of the Sinai Peninsula erected beehive huts exactly like those used by prehistoric miners in Caithness, Cornwall, and Dartmoor. It is possible that the early explorers, surveying for ores, and who have left their traces in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, first sailed round the coast of Africa from Britain, rounded the Cape, discovered the gold mines at Great Zimbabwe, Rhodesia, and sailing on reached the Red Sea, found copper near by, and so approached Egypt from the south, thence finding their way to India and the Pacific. But to these ancient ...
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