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... . Ibid., p. 84. 113. Ibid., p. 85. 114. Ibid., pp. 72 ff. 115. Ibid., p. 72. 116. Cook, op. cit. [12], pp. 1175-1176. 117. N. J. Dawood (translator), The Koran, Harmondsworth, 1978, p. 445. 118. Talbott, op. cit. [57], pp. 314-315, 330. 119. Cook, op, cit. [12], pp. 1952-1953. 120. D. H. Kelley, The Nine Lords of the Night', Contributions of the University ...
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52. Discussion [Journals] [Aeon]
... criticized for declaring openly what others among us refuse to admit? Wouldn't it be wise on the part of those conducting research into history from a catastrophist viewpoint to be more tolerant of the religionists among their readers? Isn't the study of catastrophism also the study of the very origins of religion? Why, then, must Biblical fundamentalists, or Koranic fundamentalists, or Upanishadic or Vedic fundamentalists be criticized by any catastrophist? Haven't the catastrophists themselves been the subject of vicious criticism and smug condescension on the part of orthodox scholars? Do they so easily forget how it feels to be derided for an unorthodox opinion? Consider, if you will, the situation as it stands. If all ...
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... at Mt. Sinai [214]; Ovid's later work tat lien than the original Homer and Hesiod; rabbinical commentaries rather than the biblical narratives [289]. Biased selection- ignoring eight other possible dates for the Mexican New Year, all equally authoritative as the one umsetl [214]; ignoring the reported fission of the moon (Koran) and the sun (Volospa) [139], and many other cosmic mtmvt us that do not fit his particular purpose; ignoring the recordsother early records showing that the apparent motions of the sun [139] and of Venus [179] have remained unaltered. Far-fetched interpretations- about Typhon and Phaeton [289]; of biblical ...
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... to overlook the indications of a "fence," or/and a "doorpost," or frame of a door at such an improbable place as Huwawa's great cedar "forest." Why not also try to look out for the "enclosing of Gog and Magog" accomplished by Alexander and told still in the 18th Sura of the Koran, the same Sura which deals with the coming to life of Moses' travel-supply-fish at the "confluence of the rivers?" This "enclosure" is a great theme of medieval folklore, kept fearsomely alive by the sudden appearance of Mongol invasions. The story ran that Alexander had built iron gates over the mountain passes, that the ...
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55. The Sacred Circuit [Books]
... her to the North. Lane, in his The Manners and Custorns of the Modern Egyptians,19 tells that when Egyptian Moslems, except the Wahhabees, visit the tombs of celebrated saints to perform meritorious acts for the sake of these venerated persons", they "walk round the maksoorahor the monument from left to right reciting passages from the Koran inaudibly, or in a very low voice, before its door, or before each of its four sides". Lane refers also to a ceremony performed to remove a "stye" from the eye: A person goes out before sunrise, and, without speaking, walks round several tombs from right to left, which is the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/migration/2e.htm
... human beings with more sophisticated weapons. Given the world we live in and the creature we presently know as man, the result is inevitable sooner or later. Mankind's pathological pattern of behavior is so monotonously predictable that a description of tomorrow's man-made cataclysm can be found in the eschatological writings of nearly every culture. The Book of Revelation, the Koran, and others can be considered as memories of earlier catastrophes projected into the future or as self-fulfilling prophecies which have subconsciously programmed mankind for self-destruction; either way, Armageddon looms. Yet many of the prophecies which describe the ultimate destruction by fire also tell of a new age, a millennium of peace, a restoration of the true state ...
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57. The Sacred Circuit [Books]
... her to the North. Lane, in his The Manners and Custorns of the Modern Egyptians,19 tells that when Egyptian Moslems, except the Wahhabees, visit the tombs of celebrated saints to perform meritorious acts for the sake of these venerated persons", they "walk round the maksoorahor the monument from left to right reciting passages from the Koran inaudibly, or in a very low voice, before its door, or before each of its four sides". Lane refers also to a ceremony performed to remove a "stye" from the eye: A person goes out before sunrise, and, without speaking, walks round several tombs from right to left, which is the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/symbols/2e.htm
58. Spatters And Planetary Iconography [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... product of a conjunction. In Figure 8 of my trism catalogue, Clovis is receiving the Fleur de Lis from his queen.(21) Note that spatters appear in the sky. Spatters and the trismatic Fleur de Lis make a potent combination. Figure 103 is my tracing of a scene from a Persian amulet inscribed with texts from the Koran. It is undated. In and around the text, among a sea of ringlets, spatter-like shapes pop up, including the ringed crosses seen before. If you look closely, you will find spatters on the outside borders. The shapes depicted in this amulet suggest that Islam, which developed in the early 7th century AD, may ...
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59. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... religious and "pseudo-scientific bigotry", but "also to be rejected was the idea that God has intervened miraculously in history, or had revealed himself to a chosen few..." This "openly atheistic" stance includes the statement: "We do not accept as true the literal interpretation of the Old and New Testaments, the Koran, or other allegedly sacred documents." Adrian Berry, the TELEGRAPH Science Correspondent, concludes "Their declaration has great importance, for it will be seen as the final breakdown of detente' between science and religion." TERMINAL EOCENE CATASTROPHE - NATURE, 23/10/80, p.722-5 This letter by L.D ...
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... (" Observer"). (1948ee). "Oil and Camels: Fear that American Concessions in Arabia Will Be Canceled Entirely Unfounded." New York Post, (July 19), 15, 20.- (" Observer"). (1948ff). "The Unholy War Backfires: A Girded Israel Upsets Professors of Koran in Their Misguided Jiddah." New York Post, (July 30), 19.- (" Observer"). (1948gg). "The Modern Amalekites: British Take On Role of Israel's Biblical Foe in Barring Him From Homeland." New York Post, (Aug. 5), 21.- (" ...
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