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... geo-archaeologist Eberhard Zangger's 1998 book), and Atlas of Ancient History, by Colin McEvedy. Penguin 2002. After 35 years, Penguin has issued a revised edition of Colin McEvedy's book a work with an uncharacteristically high number of errors. For example, a Roman census is reported for 1526, and the whole of Ireland vanishes from the map sometime between 12500 and 5500 BC but it is an essential reference book for pre-fourth century AD Europe. The book approaches its subject with a refreshing amount of scepticism, the author rejecting the description of the independent classical Greek entities as city states', reducing the estimated population of ancient Rome by three-quarters, referring to official archaeology's refusal ...
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182. The Youthful Planet Venus [Articles]
... very fresh lavas on the Earth, including the peak of Venus' highest volcano, the 8,500 meter (28, 000 foot or 5 mile high) Maat Mons. In addition, Soviet orbiting craft have found spots on Venus so hot that they can be active volcanic vents." He also tells us, "The radar maps from Magellan show that Venus has a tortured volcanic surface. Covering practically every square kilometer are volcano (formations) of all sizes, enormous lava flows." In fact, the International Ultraviolet Explorer, between 1979 and 1987, and other Earth- based observations showed both sulfur dioxide and haze in Venus' atmosphere have been gradually disappearing ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 17  -  29 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/articles/talks/portland/ginenth.htm
... as a solar-lunar calendar was described in the last issue of HORUS, based on material previously published in KRONOS. In the following we show how the operation of the calendar can be demonstrated by actually using it. Before reading the instructions below the reader is advised to study Figure 1 carefully. Notice that it has been aligned to conform to map conventions (North at top of page). When day and night are of equal length in Spring and Fall (March 21st and September 21st) sunrise will occur along the East-West line. Notice that the Sun rises North of East during the Spring and Summer, and South of East during the Fall and Winter. Its daily movement ...
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184. Vox Populi [Journals] [Aeon]
... Nov 2002) Home | Issue Contents Vox Popvli Kudos Catherine Prince, from Washington, D. C., writes: Your last issue was a stunner! The cover alone was, as they say, "suitable for framing"- wow! And the article "Homer in the Baltic" by Felice Vinci sent me to the old maps I had of those areas. What an idea, and a fascinating one! I don't want to miss an issue. C. S. Coldridge, from Calgary, Alberta, writes: The article in AEON VI:2 by Jan Sammer- "The Velikovsky Archive"- was one which I had been hoping for years to ...
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... . (Proceedings of the 21st Int. Congress of Americanists). 1924. Enciclopedia Universal Ilustrada Europeo,Imericana. 1928. P.S . Means: Ancient Civilizations of the Andes. 1931. H. S. Bellamy: Moons, Myths, and Man. 1936. E. Kiss: Das Sonnentor von Tihuanaku. 1937. MAPS Regions des Hauts-Plateaux de l' lmerigue du Sud. 1: 750 000. 1903. Mapa Aproximado de Bolivia. 1:250 000. 1933. Mapa General de Bolivia. 1:1000 000. 1934. ...
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186. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... The 5000-Year Struggle to Align the Clock and the Heavens and What Happened to the Missing Ten days', is a readable account of the history of calendar making over the last 13,000 years, with much detail about the Julian and Gregorian calendar reforms, an understanding of which is necessary to consider recent theories of revisionist AD history. Mapping Time by E.G . Richards 1999, Oxford University Press, £20 This book is subtitled The Calendar and its History' and is an account of the basis and history of the most important calendars of the world's civilisations. The following books are obtainable from Sourcebook Project, P.O .Box 107, Glen Arm, ...
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187. Metals, Salt and Oil [Books] [de Grazia books]
... cosmic explosion that I have in Chaos and Creation assigned to a planet with the legendary traits of Apollo. It is noteworthy that the ancient metal mines of Attica had two favorite names, Artemisiakon and Hermaikon, both siblings of Apollo [20]. John Saul drew circles corresponding to rounded features, possibly ancient exploded craters, on a topographic map of a portion of Arizona. He independently marked the location of mineral deposits on a similar map. When one overlaid the other, there appeared a significant relationship between craters and mines, with the deposits generally occurring on the rims of the circles. One circle was abundantly supplied with minerals, indicating that a certain small percentage of craters ...
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188. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Rigel as his right knee, virtually on the East bank. As the West bank is considered the abode of the dead, this is hardly likely. There are two other skewed alignments of pyramids at Abusir and Saqqara but the rest of the group are by no means evident, so this suggestion is very weak. Computer programs depicting star maps only display information that has been programmed into the listing, which can be written to show what the authors require. I am not suggesting that such deliberate distortion is the case here, only pointing out that stars are in motion and, with the passage of time, the disposition of stars in a constellation can change unless these motions ...
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... to arrive from the depths of space, describing around the sun orbits which testify to the attractive power of that radiant body; and, for the most part, going away for centuries, to return again from afar after their immense revolutions." 2 But do these comets come anywhere near the orbit of the earth? Look at the map on the preceding page, from Guillemin's great work, "The Heavens," page 244, and you can answer the question for yourself. Here you see the orbit of the earth overwhelmed in a complication of comet-orbits. The earth, here, is like a lost child in the midst of a forest full of wild beasts. ...
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190. Mysterious Earth [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home | Issue Contents Mysterious Earth The Mysterious Mission: There are ancient maps that should not exist. There are traces of ancient astronomical knowledges that rival our own. Monumental ruins invite never-ending speculations about those who came before: perhaps an "Atlantis" type civilization that perished in a cataclysmic flash, flood, or fill-in-the-blank? Our knowledge of humanity's past is ever incomplete, as the continued questing of archaeological and historical disciplines reveal. The past is a puzzle that can never be fully solved- because we can never be sure of what pieces we may be missing! Lots of different ...
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