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121. "As Above, So Below" Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Straight-Line Phenomena [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... below a deep part of the Pacific set up a great tidal wave? A tidal wave necessitates an origin caused by a considerable body which violently enters it from the surface and thus rises the wave. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ (page 40) Fig. 1: Volcanic map of Japan. The arrow shows the N and S direction of the earthquake of 1923, striking Tokyo, Yokohama, and Oshima Island in turn. Tokyo lies 60 miles due NE from the point of impact of the meteor. The string of volcanic cones and meteoric lakes will be noted along the arrow. [Beaumont, The Mysterious ...
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122. The Electro-gravitic Theory Of Cosmology [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... there are observations of quasars, themselves, that support this conjectural process. In my analysis of quasars and radio galaxies, I omitted discussion on the jets and lobes emanating from them, and are well observed arrangements associated with such bodies. Great lobes and jets are well observed on opposite sides of quasars and radio galaxies. "The resulting maps of radio galaxies showed some well-known features, notably the great lobes of radio emissions, that lay on either side of the visible galaxy. But high precision mapping also showed `hot spots' in these lobes and in the central galaxy itself. Sometimes it was plain that a single galaxy had exploded on several occasions.. . . ...
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123. Gezer and the Mysterious Gates of Solomon [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... ever controlled any other part of the South West, the territory of the Philistines. In fact, it was the only border area with which Solomon did not even have a political or marriage alliance. It is specifically excluded from Solomon's administrative districts, and Yohanan Aharoni for one specifically excludes the Philistine area from the Kingdom of Solomon (see map). What is clear is that the archaeologists are eager to embrace the biblical record when it agrees with their hypotheses, but dismiss it for any number of ad hoc reasons whenever a problem arises. It is even clearer that my revised chronology resolves both findings. A brief survey of the archaeological evidence at Gezer will show how my ...
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124. Internet Universe: Free book previews [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 500 pages, ISBN: 0-595-08958-5. Guidebook to actual locales that can be driven to for collecting rocks, minerals and fossils in Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. The four volumes, with over 1,200 maps, describe over 5,000 specific sites; this Volume 1 includes over 300 to-scale maps marked with over 1,000 collecting sites and detailed directions on getting there, the types of rocks, minerals and fossils to be found at each site, and how and where to search once you've arrived. See also: Volume 2: ...
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125. Encounters and Collisions [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the laboratory and has been found in craters suspected of exoterrestrial origin. Meanwhile the space shuttle Columbia has photographed beneath the sands covering the eastern Sahara to reveal fractures, dried-up rivers, and probable paleolithic settlements. The U.S . Geological Survey confirmed the radar penetrations. Craters can be discerned as well, and they will probably be promptly mapped over the globe. Many bodily and electric encounters of Earth with exoterrestrial bodies will one day be counted, measured, plotted for concentrations, and assigned to temporal episodes. The difference between a meteoroid and a comet may be an artifact of biased experience. Lately no comet has fallen to Earth. Perhaps, too, most or all ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/lately/ch11.htm
... centre before This remarkable pictograph adorns the flat top of the tiara-like cap of office of what is evidently a high priestly dignitary of the classic period whose exquisitely painted terracotta head was excavated at Tiahuanaco. According to Posnansky, and others, the meaning of its rich symbolism is unknown. In my opinion, we have before us a highly conventionalized Map' of the World' known to the inhabitants of the Andinian Life Asylum, which also features certain magical (or religious') elements. The quartering is indicative of the general name of the Andinian Life Asylum, Ttahua-ntin-Suyu (which the Incas eventually arrogated for their empire). This name means, literally translated, Land of the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/bellamy/flood/04-rise-culture.htm
... pagan Anglo-Saxon myth and in the story of Sargon of Akkad. I have assumed a heavenly river is implied that could be seen in the sky from all parts of the world. However, a seagoing people could have disseminated a more literal and earthbound interpretation of this mythic theme to diverse corners of the globe. This brings us to ancient maps and Hancock devotes a lot of space to this, in what is really an update on Hapgood's Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, furnishing some interesting information in respect of Columbus and Piri Reis. I recommend this book to anyone who desires to unravel the mysteries of the past. We should not be shackled by the views of people ...
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128. The Timna Test [Journals] [Aeon]
... United Kingdom in the regions immediately south towards Aqaba. While it had long been known that, from the Middle Kingdom onwards, Egypt had systematically worked the mineral resources of both Central and South-western Sinai, there was little inkling of her expansion as far eastward as the Arabah. The point here was that the Wadi Arabah, as the above map demonstrates, was the thoroughfare between Jerusalem and the Red Sea as well as the traditional mining area of Israel's tenth century United Monarchy. It was against this background that the temple discovery was such a surprise, although, on reflection, it was axiomatic that, inasmuch as Egyptian interest in the Sinai predated that of the mountain kingdom, ...
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129. The Cities of the Plain [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... these ruins as those of the Genesis pentapolis, on the other hand, receives confirmation from what has been touted as the oldest cartographic representation of the Holy Land.[12] Zoar was the only one of the five cities said not to have been razed in the catastrophe during Abraham's time. This same Zoar is found on a mosaic map discovered in the ruins of a Byzantine church at Madaba, some 30 miles north of Bab edh-Dhra'. Dated to c. 560 A.D . and labeled in Greek,[ 131 this map shows Zoar to have been situated at present-day Safi[14]- exactly where Rast and Schaub discovered one of the five ruined cities ...
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130. The Scenario of Exodus [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , in caves, in casks, in pitchers, in drinking cups, and in glasses, and none of these waters returned to their former estate until Israel had passed through the sea on dry land."[31] The legend makes a point. The earth tilted in its attraction' to the passing comet. The Almagest sky map of the astronomer Ptolemy shows a bit of sky to the south unseen today and fails to show a bit of sky to the north; the map was probably copied from maps drawn before the Exodus [32]. Probably all Egyptian temples shifted several degrees north to catch the sun in a new position on the winter solstice following the ...
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