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301. The Cosmic Origins Of Arthur (Book review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... : Britain's Lost History by Emmet J. Sweeney, 2001, Domra Publications, £6 95 Arthur - the Dragon King: The Barbaric Roots of Britain's Greatest Legend by Howard Reid, 2001, Headline, £18 99 Jill Abery These books both make an interesting and accessible read, approaching the legendary Arthur from completely different angles yet shedding light on it in a rational and believable manner. Both set the scene, reminding us of the details of the Arthurian legends as written in Mediaeval times but set in a Dark Age Britain and France hundreds of years before. Both demolish the credibility of a real Arthur at that time. Reid surveys the oldest literature in which Arthur is ...
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302. Compelling Insights: Concluded in Sorrow [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... zenithal, placement of the primeval sun god. [9 ] Zysman's explanation of the South Star not only ignores the mytho-historical evidence which identifies this star as the planet Jupiter but also, as a south polar phenomenon reflected in the northern hemisphere, simply does not work. [10] Derek also accepted Zysman's hypothesis that the "Feast of Light" which is "an ancient and widespread custom" in the old world .. . indicates the significance and existence of "celestial prehistoric lights that reached their fullest development during the night of the shortest and longest days". ' [11] In this, Derek saw the need to accommodate the universal and perennial evidence for annual ...
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... the gifts away from them. [203] At the same time with these crowns and girdles of glory, a heavenly radiance was shed over their faces, but this also they later lost through their sins. Only Moses retained it, whose face shone so brightly, that if even to-day a crack were made in his tomb, the light emanating from his corpse would be so powerful that it could not but destroy all the world. [204] After God had bestowed upon Israel these wonderful gifts, He wanted to proceed to the announcement of the Torah, but did not desire to do so while Moses was with Him, that the people might not say it was ...
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304. The Cloud of Jehovah [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... the faint glow known as St. Elmo's fire, seen at the top of ships' masts at night when thunderclouds are near; other natural forms are seen from sharp Alpine peaks and even the heads of human beings. The edges of aircraft wings sometimes glow when flying through thunderclouds. Another manifestation is the Aurora Borealis, the so-called Northern Lights.(1 ) Because the rounded head of the ship's mast wore the light of St. Elmo's fire like a crown or halo, it was later called corona (the Latin word for "crown"). As sources of high-voltage electricity were developed many years later, the same light-like phenomena were observed in the laboratory and also ...
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305. The Female Star [Journals] [Aeon]
... tail in the early days. ' If it approaches the earth, it means destruction, storm, and frost, even in the summer; Saint Leontius, however, blessed her and thus her tail disappeared." [15] Viewed in isolation, such traditions can only seem fantasy-based. Yet, viewed with a critical eye in the light of comparable traditions from around the globe, the suspicion arises that something more than fantasy is at work here. The malevolent nature accorded the Cytherian planet is a widespread belief. Among the Samoan Islanders, for example, it was said that Venus (Tapuitea) was a Fijin queen from early times who, upon becoming wild, sprouted ...
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306. Focus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the north, in very large evolutionary leaps' and spread south where they later survived only in the relative ease of today's tropics. This palaeontological heresy has been met with vituperative attacks'. Hickey also observes that fossil leaf fragments indicate that the deciduous leaves were enormous, which he takes as a sign that they grew under conditions of continuous light, such as is experienced in the Arctic summer. A microscopic examination of the fossil wood reveals regular growth rings: factors such as cold or dryness could not have been responsible for such seasonal growth, which must have been a response to light. This, therefore, also indicates that the Earth's tilt was the same then as now ...
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... ." (21) That is to say, Velikovsky threatened not only the ethos of American science but its status, its value to society, i.e ., its funding. The Affair could then be interpreted as simple self-defense. This is true as far as it goes, but it gains deeper relevance when seen in the light of the thesis I have been developing. When we consider the history of the world in the 20 years before 1950, we see above all else a battle between two opposing political values, democracy and fascism, with, for example, England, the United States and France on one side, squared off against Germany, Italy, ...
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308. The Ark in Action [Books] [de Grazia books]
... create electric power by using the whole earth as a kind of Leyden jar (condenser) and resonating coil combined [9 ]. Franklin and others experimented with "the power of points .. . drawing off and throwing off the electrical fire." He exploded cork balls from a muzzle and said that at night the muzzle cast off lights. He observed that the shots caused halos of smoke [10]. Sulphurous smells were associated with them in other instances. Franklin also set up an electrostatic device to ring a bell when the atmosphere was charging up. Aaron, High Priest of Israel, had to wear the blue ephod, a gorgeous pullover to whose skirt are ...
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... kerubh is generally supposed to be a Hebraized form of Akkadian karubu, an intercessor. This is probably due to popular etymology, and suggested by the office attributed to the cherubim by late Jewish theologians endeavouring to `sublimate' originally `crude' traits in Mosaism. In consideration of their original uncouth mythological form and violent behaviour and in the light of Hoerbiger's cosmological theory, a derivation of the operative main-syllable from Akkadian karahu, be cold, is much more likely. (Cf. also Hebrew ha kora, ice.) Note 28. The number of the `horsemen', four, may directly refer to the completeness of the destruction, however. This numeral is always ...
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310. Vox Popvli [Journals] [Aeon]
... isolation "beneath" Saturn. This band, it has now been surmised, was actually formed from the trailing part of Venus as it dropped from the Saturnian center and began to circle in an orbit around the Saturnian axis. It was only from terrestrial perspective that this band, or ring, was seen to encircle Saturn. If the light from the Earth-hidden Sun impinged upon the band in a line coinciding with its plane, two things would have transpired: (1 ) the band would have been illuminated as a semicircle rather than a true crescent, and (b ) being of a somewhat diffused nature, enough light would have penetrated the band to illuminate the inside of ...
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