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... Chapter VIII The Earliest Solar Shrines in Egypt NOT only can an inquiry like that referred to in the previous chapter he prosecuted- it has been prosecuted. The French and Prussian Governments have vied with each other in the honourable rivalry of mapping and describing the monuments. The French went to Egypt at the end of the last century, while the Scientific Commission which accompanied the army, a Commission appointed by the Institute of France, published a series of volumes containing plans of all the chief temples in the valley of the Nile as far south as Philae. In the year 1844, some time after Champollion had led the way in deciphering the hieroglyphics, we became almost equally ...
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... whole exterior region, tis as a broken and confus'd heap of bodies, plac'd in no order to one another, nor with any correspondency or regularity of parts: and such a body as the Moon appears to us, when tis look'd upon with a good glass, rude and ragged; as it is also, represented in the modern maps of the Moon; such a thing would the Earth appear if it was seen from the Moon. They are both in my judgment the image or picture of a great ruin, and have the true aspect of a World lying in its rubbish. (1 )( 1 . see vide, in Chap. XI.) Our ...
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93. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... they are doing. A single exception, however, was made to the process mentioned above: "The highest point yet found on Venus, a mountain massif higher than Everest, has been named Maxwell Montes" (NASA NEWS 80-48) in honour of James Clark Maxwell, the founder of modern electrodynamics, "because the radar which first mapped Venus is an electromagnetic device" This latter reason, which is quite silly, could be analysed as one of those significant slips of the collective mind where truth really is emphasised: for Venus is that particular member of the planetary system which demonstrates beyond doubt that we live in an electrodynamic universe. Christoph Marx, Oberdorf, Switzerland. ...
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94. Catastrophism And Planetary History [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. III No. 4 (Summer 1978) Home | Issue Contents Catastrophism And Planetary History Vine Deloria, Jr.Arnold Toynbee once remarked that the present configuration of "world history" made about as much sense as acclaiming a map of the Mediterranean region as a map of the world. When this aspect of our knowledge is seen in this example it makes sense but there have been few thinkers willing to follow the implications of Toynbee's analysis. At least part of the difficulty in transforming our present view of history to a planetary understanding of human experiences is the lack of an adequate baseline. Where does a person begin to mark out the history of ...
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95. The Velikovskian Vol. II, No. 2: Contents [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol. II, No. 2 Texts Home | Velikovskian Home The Velikovskian The Journal of Myth, History and Science Vol. II, No. 2 Quota pars operis tanti nobis committitur CONTENTS Interviewing Immanuel Velikovsky: An Introduction Robert Nichols Page 7 CHZ and Solar System Stability Charles Ginenthal Page 34 Point-Counterpoint Old World Maps- A Response to Charles Ginenthal Norman Schwarz Page 46 Analysis of Old World Maps Charles Ginenthal Page 52 Trisms and Planetary Iconography Charles Raspil Page 55 Scientists, Journalists and Editors as Suppressors (Part II) Charles Ginenthal Page 88 Books by the Author: George Robert Talbott Page 107 CONTRIBUTORS Robert Nichol is a film producer, director and entrepeneur who ...
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96. Dating the Wars of Seti I [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is Ramoth-gilead (i .e . Ramoth in the region of Gilead). The probable site of this town is Tell Ramith (72), 15 miles SSE of Tell esh-Shihab, in the mountains of Gilead (73). Such a location for Mount Yarumtu is very feasible from a strategic point of view. A glance at the map will show that westward offensives launched from Ramoth-gilead would bring the attackers directly to Beth-shan, control of which would provide access to the Plain of Esdraelon and thence to the coastal strip. The remaining geographical names on this stela, rendered by Wilson as Teyer and Rehem, cannot be identified (74). Teyer may refer to a Transjordanian ...
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97. Leys/"Ley Lines" [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home | Issue Contents Leys/"Ley Lines" In 1921, Englishman Alfred Watkins had a sudden perception (he called it a flood of ancestral memory'), while looking at a map of the Herefordshire countryside. He saw that various prehistoric places, such as standing stones, earthen burial mounds, prehistoric earthworked hills, and other such features fell into straight lines for miles across country. Watkins spent many years studying such alignments on the ground and on maps. He was a pioneer photographer and he took photographs of his alignments, wrote books ...
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... Neriglissar Carl Olof Jonsson, The Annals of Sennacherib- Anstey was Mistaken Carl Olof Jonsson, The Foundations of the Assyro-Babylonian Chronology Carl Olof Jonsson, The Harran Inscription of Nabonidus Carter Sutherland, A Note on Rockenbach's De Cometis Carter Sutherland, China's Dragon Charles B. Raspil, Planetary Observations of the T'ang Dynasty Charles Ginenthal, Analysis Of Old World Maps Charles Ginenthal, Before the Day Breaks(1 )- A Perspective Charles Ginenthal, Carl Sagan And Immanuel Velikovsky Charles Ginenthal, CHZ and Solar System Stability Charles Ginenthal, Common Sense About Ancient Maps Charles Ginenthal, Comparing Magnetic Fields: Neptune and Uranus Charles Ginenthal, Dark Matter Charles Ginenthal, Electro-gravitic cosmology Charles Ginenthal, Ice Core Evidence ...
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99. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Migration and the quick flip Scientific American Jan 1992, pp. 82-88; New Scientist 25.1 .92, p. 26 and 29.2 .92, p. 60 Research on newly hatched sea turtles indicates that the Earth's magnetic field is a vital factor for their navigational abilities and as adults they may well be able to map their way by the use of the stripes of reversed magnetic polarity in the ocean crust. If anyone is left wondering how migratory animals fared during times of reversing polarity, it seems they only note the angle of the field and not its polarity, so as long as the reversal is a complete 180 degrees they will not be affected ...
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... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] The Exodus Problem and its Ramifications Vol I Donovan A. Courville Vol I | Vol II A Critical Examination of the Chronological Relationships Between Israel and the Contemporary Peoples of Antiquity by Donovan A. Courville 37 Chapters 16 Chronological Charts 34 Tables 7 Plates 3 Maps More than 700 pages Challenge Books Loma Linda, California About the Author Donovan Courville trained early in life for the ministry, completing his studies to the B.Th. degree in 1922 from Andrews University. Subsequent developments were such as to lead into the teaching profession, additional studies leading to the B.A . degree from the same institution in ...
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