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171. Untitled [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... if the geological upheaval actually buried previous strata beneath newly thrown up ones. One would have to excavate deeply into the sea bottom to find any remains, and this is what the Judaeo-Christian tradition claims is what indeed happened. Thus, Genesis 18:29 refers to the "overthrow" of the Cities of the Plain. Concerning the Medeba map, the Byzantine period from the beginning of the Fourth Century saw an obsessive Byzantine Christian effort to locate every Biblical event, however trivial. Modern research, starting with Edward Robinson in the 1840's, has thrown virtually all these identifications into disrepute. The Medeba map, drawn up in this culture, would appear to belong with the efforts ...
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172. The Newark Holy Stones [Journals] [Horus]
... I don't know whether Whittlesey inspired David Wyrick or not. The Wyricks were local. We know that David born down South of here. He moved to Newark in about 1840 and was the surveyor of Licking County. He was quite instrumental and surveyed much of this county. We know he had skills and he too surveyed and made a map of the Newark earthworks in 1860. If you would be interested in seeing it you will find it at the Western Reserve Historical Society drawn on wrapping paper. I feel at times that his perhaps is the best survey. The area has a lot of interesting things about it. Wyrick also drew the Alligator Mound. Actually he drew ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 18  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/horus/v0203/horus06.htm
... Valley Temple of Khafre next to the Sphinx were put in place with the technology of 2,500 BC, this too must have been erected much earlier and both it and the Sphinx must date from 10,500 BC. The reason for choosing this particular date follows from their belief that the Giza complex and surrounding features form a vast map of the sky. Bauval argued in The Orion Mystery that the arrangement of the three main pyramids, with the smallest (Menkaure) slightly off the line of the other two, was a representation of the three stars in Orion's Belt, constructed in relation to the Nile as a representation of the Milky Way. In Keeper of Genesis ...
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... direct information about the actual structure of some sections of genes, e.g . by the use of restriction enzymes [20-23], each of which recognises a specific short sequence of bases and cleaves the DNA at that site. This produces a series of fragments, which can be sorted out according to length to provide a `restriction map' of the genetic material. If two species have DNA molecules which differ in structure at one or more of the sites, then there will be differences in the restriction fragments produced. The more sites that differ, the more different will be the restriction maps obtained. All of these methods gave much the same information about hominoid evolution ...
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175. Venus Before Exodus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , have been uncovering five Early Bronze Age cities in Jordan. All five were ideally sited as cities, supplied by wadis with fresh water, all five were burned thoroughly, and the excavators found them covered with a nice layer of soft, spongy charcoal. They were all situated in the flatlands of the Southern Ghor, here [see map] at the southeastern end of the Dead Sea. Incidentally, Ghor is an Arabic word for a flat area. Rast and Shaub think they have come up with the Biblical five cities of the plain, that is: Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, Zeboiim, and Bella or Zoar (of Genesis 14). Their conviction is ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 18  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/w1987no2/36extra.htm
... . the Great Bear and, probably, Cygnus) and other allied questions, it became evident that hitherto we have had no knowledge as to the appearance of the skies to an observer in Egypt about the time that the Egyptian ideas of astronomy were beginning to take share. The first thing to do, therefore, was to get a map constructed for the northern heavens. The point of observation was taken to be Cairo, which would be equivalent to the ancient Heliopolis. The date selected was 3500 BC. This seemed a convenient one for several reasons. In the first place it is not too far removed from the age whence our earliest records come, and they probably ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 18  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/vel-sources/source-3.htm
... and formal education as we know it. Memory was trained during the folklore-telling sessions since earliest infancy as illustrated above. Transmission of the stories is amazingly precise and stable. Because of this 1 was able to locate the homeland of Gudrun and to establish the historical period in which she had lived. The Gudrun Epic and the Gothic Federation I mapped all the places in which the Gudrun stories were recorded. These included Yugoslavia, Austria, Greece and Asia Minor, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, England, Germany, France, Spain, and even Morocco and Tunisia. Further analysis showed that these stories were found exclusively in territories occupied at one time or another by the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 18  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/horus/v0202/horus29.htm
178. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ) Home | Issue Contents Monitor "THE SURFACE OF VENUS"- Scientific American Aug.80 pp.46-57 We recommend this delightful article by G. H. Pettengill, D. B. Campbell & H. Masursky to our readers. It gives the history of the Venus probes and colour printouts of the results of the recent radar mapping of Venus surface features. There are no stylistic "artists impressions", no off-the-cuff comments; instead they give plenty of factual matter and some enlightened speculation. It is likely that Venus possesses several volcanoes but it is not known whether or not these are active. Maxwell, the largest mountain (the one described as bigger than Everest ...
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179. The Flood [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... broad and [108] feet in height above the plain at its foot, and extends north and south for a great distance, being, in fact, the northern extension of those great ridges of drift which have been traced south of the Great Lakes,...through Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and which figure on the geological maps as the edge of the continental glacier- an explanation obviously inapplicable to those western [Canadian] regions where they attain their greatest development.(42) This, of course, supports the view of an oceanic tide flowing north over the ice sheet. In Iowa, these ripple marks rise from 10 to 15 feet, extend as far ...
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180. The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 2: Contents [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 2 Texts Home | Velikovskian Home The Velikovskian The Journal of Myth, History and Science Vol. I, No. 2 Quota pars operis tanti nobis committitur CONTENTS Common Sense about Ancient Maps Charles Ginenthal Page 7 Dark Matter Charles Ginenthal Page 18 William H. Stiebing, Jr. and Immanuel Velikovsky Charles Ginenthal Page 38 Comparing Magnetic Fields: Neptune and Uranus Charles Ginenthal Page 80 Is Space a Superconducting Medium? Charles Ginenthal Page 101 Velikovsky's "The Dark Age of Greece" Clark Whelton Page 103 CONTRIBUTORS Charles Ginenthal was a teacher of science to the physically handicapped in New York City. Now retired, he has published a critique ...
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