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191. Collective Behaviorism and Ancient Astronomy [Journals] [Horus]
... kingdom automatically are shifted to earlier cues, developing a parallel cycle which anticipates the environmental changes to follow. Behavior and the Sun-cycle The principles by which the natural environment induces learned behavioral cycles have implications of direct importance for the student of archaeoastronomy. The fixed, natural, immutable link between the changing positions of the Sun (and other celestial lights) and the yearly round of environmental changes to which all of life must adapt had placed its stamp on evolving humankind long before the development of formal astral calendrics. In the laboratory the point may be seen in an analogous but smaller scale. Imagine an experiment in which a light gradually moved back and forth in a continuous cycle along ...
192. The Word According to Pam [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... questioned that a sacrifice had to be made? What good does it do?) Working backward from the Christian Logos and Atonement, I believe the answer may be that there was a visible physical model of both in the Saturnian configuration. If there had been an ancient memory of the blood-red planet Mars driving the god-planets back to pinpoints of light in the sky during a cataclysm of cosmic proportions, the idea of the necessity of blood to restore peace and equilibrium may have been indelibly etched in human consciousness, and if the fiery ejecta of the gas giant Saturn was a detonation both seen and heard, that may have been a model for the Logos - the Word of God ...
193. Djorgovski's Mystery Object [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:5 (Jan 2000) Home | Issue Contents News Flash Djorgovski's Mystery Object Tania ta Maria As if there are not enough mysteries in the Universe: In 1996, a new pin-point of light, invisible to the naked eye, was spotted in the night sky. At first it seemed to be nothing more than an ordinary star. It turned out not to be so. Nor is it a far-away galaxy, quasar, or supernova. At least, it does not fit the bill. Astronomers have so far been unable to discover what it is or how far away it is. So they are merely referring to it as "the mystery ...
194. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... phenomena is unusual animal behaviour, and the book abounds in interesting anecdotes which are also summed up in useful tabular form. But the author also investigates a variety of other phenomena, recorded for thousands of years and yet largely dismissed by modern science as superstition because there are no ready explanations. He deals in detail with ground noises, earthquake lights, the change of colour and flow rate of Springs and wells, sulphurous smells, unusual states of the sea and peculiar fogs and clouds. Tributsch does not stop at just collecting observations and reports, however. He is led into speculation about geophysical and chemical states that could explain this wide variety of phenomena. There are chapters on ...
195. Brains Trust - Chronology and Ancient History [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the fact that you can also model the star, according to the plasma physicists, by standard electrical circuit diagrams and also energy can be stored electrically in such a system and released catastrophically. He suggested this as a way to look at the mechanism of a nova and a supernova: stored electromagnetic energy is suddenly released. In fact the light curve of novae and supernovae mirrors that of a lightning discharge - which was something the electrical engineer Dr Charles Bruce pointed out decades ago. Q4. In response to a question about how biorhythms and day/night patterns developed in mammals in the Saturnian configuration, Dwardu Cardona said the mammals adapted to their environment over a few thousand years ...
196. The Photosphere: Is It the Top or the Bottom of the Phenomenon We Call the Sun? [Journals] [Kronos]
... Summer 1979) Home | Issue Contents The Photosphere: Is It the Top or the Bottom of the Phenomenon We Call the Sun?Ralph E. Juergens Copyright © 1979 by R. E. Juergens We cannot see inside the Sun. Although the interior is unquestionably ablaze with radiation, we can view it only indirectly; theory alone can light the way. On the outside, however, fairly direct observations can be relied upon for clues to the workings of our local star. If, as is almost universally accepted, the Sun is a thermonuclear engine whose primary concern on the outside is the radiation of excess energy liberated from matter deep in its core, observations of the ...
197. The Thunderbolt in Myth and Symbol [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... " destroying opposition. #5 : Lightning is launched from a great wheel turning in the sky, the "chariot" of the gods. #6 : Lightning is accompanied by falling stones or "thunderstones." #7 : Lightning is the messenger of a central sun that ruled the sky before the present sun. #8 : Lighting streaks along the world axis, acquiring the form of a towering column, the axis mundi. It is the pillar of the sky which, at the beginning of time, "separated heaven and earth." #9 : Lightning is a generative, masculine pillar. It impregnates goddesses. #10: Lighting is a "chain ...
198. Neocatastrophism in Geology and Paleontology [Articles]
... is the Sun, the Sun as I said is the prime mover for all geological and biological processes. The Sun influences climate; a lot of the studies over the past ten to twenty years, and longer, have suggested that the Sun and its activity cycles, the Sun isn't just something that sits there and gives off heat and light, plus other forms of radiation, it has various phenomena that are termed as sunspots and solar flares, etc., these phenomena are highly energetic phenomena that are cyclic. In Earth studies we found that there is absolutely nothing in nature that is not cyclic of one sort or another. As the Sun varies from a period of ...
199. Thoth Vol IV, No. 1: Jan 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... is it? What rightly concerns us here is that the theory demands such a state of affairs, and the demand is met. HE AXIS MUNDI One of the most mysterious of elements that can he retrieved from the mytho-historical record concerning the Saturnian configuration is what seems to have appeared, at least at first, as a tapered swath of light which stretched all the way down from the configuration to touch Earth at its northern horizon. Having received the generic name of axis mundi, this appendage is also recognized as the polar column and cosmic tree. It was even known as the world mountain which .. . is not to he confused with the lithic bulge we have just ...
200. The Ship of Heaven [Journals] [Aeon]
... have proposed (Fig. 1), it is without doubt a figure of the revolving crescent. For if ancient man did indeed gaze up at the vast crescent of the proposed polar configuration, watching it move in a daily circuit around the massive orb of Saturn, it is not difficult to imagine that they would see a ship of light revolving in a daily cycle: Figure 2. The four phases of the polar configuration According to the model, the apparition began to grow bright as the crescent descended to the left of Saturn (Fig 2:a ); reached its point of greatest splendor when the crescent was directly below Saturn (b ); began to diminish ...
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