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141. Tree Symbols [Books]
... garden: Precious stones it bore as fruit, Branches hung from it which were beautilul to behold The top of the tree was lapis lazuli And it was laden with fruit which dazzled the eye of him that beheld.41 Trees of silver and gold, with gems instead of blossoms or fruit, are met with in Hindu, Chinese and Japanese stories regarding Paradise. Hercules saw apples of pure gold in Those Hesperian gardens found of old, Fortunate fields, and groves and flowery vales. Among the many wonders referred to in Chinese writings isa starry milk-stone. Laufer writes regarding stone from a mountain on Sumatra: Ma Ci describes this stone as being green in colour and without speckles ...
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... . Butzer, "Late Glacier and Postglacial Climatic Variation in the Near East", Erdkunde 11 (1957), p.29 7. R. Pearson, "Paleoenvironment and Human Settlement in Japan and Korea", Science 197 (1977), pp.1239, 1240; see also F. Ikawa-Smith, "Current Issues in Japanese Archaeology", American Scientist 68 (1980), p.141; and K. Taira, "Radiocarbon Dating of Shell Middens and Holocene Sea-Level Fluctuations in Japan", Palaeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 32 (1980), p.84 8. P. E. Damon, C. W. Ferguson, A. Long ...
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... Early Economic History (1981), pp. 81, 83 39. C. E. Larsen: The Mesopotamian Delta Region: A Reconsideration of Lees and Falcon', Journal of the American Oriental Society 95 (1975), pp.47, 55 40. S. Horie: Late-Pleistocene Climatic Changes Inferred from the Stratigraphic Sequences of Japanese Lake Sediments', contained in R. B. Morrison, H. E. Wright Jr. (eds): Means of Correlation of Quaternary Successions (University of Utah Press, 1965), p. 317 41. W. H. Easton: Submarine Bench at 5 M, Oahu, Hawaii', Bulletin of the ...
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... were slaves of the more modern type, some condemned to work in the quarry, some to be butchered [47]. Meanwhile, to add to the disappearance of the ten human skeletons and the bone artefacts described by Breuil, in 1941-45 the fossil remains of Sinanthropus himself disappeared, except two teeth. Their loss was blamed on the Japanese. Hence all that remains of Peking Man today is Weidenreich's casts of his reconstructions. In 1978 the Chinese Academy of Sciences resumed exploration of Choukoutien. According to them, man first occupied the site about 460,000 BC and continued there for 230,000 years. As with other examples of cultural stasis, continual - or even ...
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145. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , and ghostlike passage through non-conducting solids. .. when the balls touch down on a tray of aluminium powder - a crude substitute for field crops - they left ringed circles, miniatures of a shape familiar to Wiltshire farmers. Dr Ohtsuki has also found bullseye images on soot-covered walls near large electrical transformers, and by the electrified rails in Japanese subway tunnels." Water molecules vibrate at the right frequencies to generate microwaves, so P. Handel, University of Missouri, suggested microwaves from a suitably vibrating/rotating body of damp air could generate a low temperature plasma. Dr Ohtsuki envisaged ". .. a spinning core of positive ions (atoms with less than the usual ...
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... is great, but there are morphological "markers" for what is not mere storytelling of the kind that comes naturally. There is also wonderfully preserved archaic material in "secondary" primitives, like American Indians and West Africans. Then there are courtly stories and annals of dynasties which look like novels: the Feng Shen Yen I, the Japanese Nihongi, the Hawaiian Kumulipo. These are not merely fantasy-ridden fables. In hard and perilous ages, what information should a well-born man entrust to his eldest son? Lines of descent surely, but what else? The memory of an ancient nobility is the means of preserving the 8 arcana imperii, the arcana legis and the arcana mundi ...
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... explained by their haying seen a sky different from what was seen in his time .. . [378] --cf. numbers 1, 4. Nicolas-Antoine Boulanger (1722- 1759) . . . analyzed the cosmogonies and mythologies of several farspread peoples of the Earth, such as Germans, Greeks, Jews, Arabs, Hindus, Chinese, Japanese, Peruvians, Mexicans, and Caribs, concluding that rites, ceremonials, and myths reflect the fact that the human race was subjected to a series of cosmic convulsions for which he also considered the geological and paleontological evidence. He argued that these catastrophes shaped the human mind, causing among other things a deepseated psychological trauma. . . ...
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148. On "the Year -687" [Journals] [Kronos]
... Chinese Classics, Vol. 3: The Shoo King, pp. 19-21. 12. Herbert Chatley, " The Heavenly Cover, ' a Study in Ancient Chinese Astronomy," Observatory, Vol. 61 (1938), p. 12 f. 13. Shigeru Nakayama, "Accuracy of Pre-Modern Determinations of Tropical Year Length," Japanese Studies in the History of Science, Vol. 2 (1963), p. 102. 14. Henri Maspero, "Les instruments astronomiques des Chinois au temps des Han," Mélanges chinois et bouddhiques, Vol. 6 (1939), pp. 225 ff. 15. de Saussure, op. cit, ASPN, ...
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149. The Cosmic String of Pearls [Journals] [Aeon]
... twenty-seven reeds, and its sharp sides are so contracted that in thinness it is just like the edge of a razor. And when the souls of the righteous and wicked arrive, it turns to them that side which is suitable to their necessities." [86] The same polar properties were ascribed to a floating bridge of heaven in Japanese mythology. When evil rose over the Earth, Ninigi descended to Earth accompanied by a great retinue of deities by means of the floating bridge of heaven to Mount Kirishima. After his descent, heaven and Earth, which had already separated to a considerable distance, receded utterly, and further communication ceased. [87] These bridges clearly ...
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150. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , dismissed out of hand by orthodox historians. The Zunis of New Mexico are different from other native Americans in many ways, including blood groups and dentition, which resemble instead those of east Asians. They also have a sacred symbol which resembles Japan's national symbol. It is thought by some that there could have been migratory sea voyages by Japanese in the 12th and 13th centuries AD. Barry Fell continues to study such things after his book on the subject, America B.C . The Micmac tribe of eastern Canada have a written language with signs very similar to Egyptian hieroglyphs. Fell has recently written a paper on the Micmac manuscripts which includes many more similarities. Now even ...
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