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251. Dr. Robert Schoch: Voices of the Rocks [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... by Egyptologists. This led him to examine the possibility of a lost civilization dating back to at least 10,000 B.C . Looking at linguistic, geological, and archaeological evidence from around the world, he proposes an outline of prehistory that differs markedly from our received wisdom- after all, if the Lascaux cave paintings really are star maps, then we've got a lot of catching up to do. Schoch's willingness to dismiss implausible evidence and to use Occam's razor to cut away unnecessary complications is admirable and refreshing in a field in which credulity pays and skepticism is viewed with deep suspicion. Ending on a note of warning, Voices of the Rocks reminds us that by weakening ...
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252. The Pyramid Age [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , and Lugh and Balor, associating them with a celestial event. Amun Re may represent the decapitated Atum Re of Old Kingdom Egypt. Atum Re was described as the Complete One, a primeval heavenly mountain, or great mound'. Revisionists are akin to old straight trackers' and ley line' enthusiasts. Instead of drawing lines on maps between ancient monuments they sit at dining room tables rearranging dynasties and reshuffling lists of difficult to pronounce names. I've dabbled in both and the similarity can be extended - just as ley lines tend to be indiscriminate in the matter of time (i .e . neolithic, bronze, iron age, and even mediaeval churches are meticulously dissected ...
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253. The Archaeology of Geological Catastrophes [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... of the Santorini Volcano and its effect on Minoan Crete. (8 ) Bicknell, P., Late Minoan I B marine ware, the marine environment of the Aegean, and the Bronze Age eruption of the Thera Volcano. (9 ) Russell, J. K. & Stasiuk, M. V.J ., Ground-Penetrating Radar mapping of Minoan volcanic deposits and the Late Bronze Age paleotopography, Thera, Greece. (10) Cioni, R., Gurioli, L., Sbrana, A. & Vougioukalakis, G., Precursory phenomena and destructive events related to the Late Bronze Age Minoan (Thera, Greece) and 79AD (Vesuvius, Italy) Plinian ...
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254. Flawed Search [Journals] [Kronos]
... . Antiquity LIV, 3743, 1980). Misidentification of archaeological monuments has resulted in Thom's describing hut circles and enclosures as stone circles of megalithic type, and some of the lines of foresight suggested for certain sites are shown in the field to be below horizon level, difficult to see without binoculars or blocked by natural features not obvious from maps. Some controversial sites appear in this chapter: the Crucuno Rectangle, for example, described by Thom as "lunar standstill alignments", is claimed by Daniel in Antiquity XLIX, 81, 1975, to be an AD eighteenth century folly. For the archaeologist prepared to be convinced, some of Thom's claims appear thin and several statements ...
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255. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... central Palestine. Why doesn't it refer to an oppression by Pharaoh Thutmose III, who, as Marvin reminds us, conducted some fifteen campaigns through the region? The answer is simple. Thutmose III's campaigns did not, to all intents and purposes, affect the areas settled by the Israelites c.1200 BC. If one refers to the maps provided by Yohanan Aharoni in THE LAND OF THE BIBLE: A HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY (London 1966), nos. 9, "The Campaign of Thutmose III" (p . 142) and 15, "The Conquest Narratives and the Regions of Early Israelite Settlement" (p . 197) an interesting and instructive contrast can be drawn ...
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256. The Laura Lee Show [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Edge 1456* Inca Mythology- Tech Language William Sullivan 1422 Prophecy on the Shift Moira Timms 1283 Morphic Resonance Rupert Sheldrake 1276 on the Origin of Comets Tom Van Flandern 1236* Sun Cycles & Cataclysms Doug Vogt 1194* Transmutation of Elements Eugene Mallove 1175 Redating the Sphinx John A. West 1139* Ancient Mars & Sumer Harry Jordan 1115 Ancient Maps Gunnar Thompson 1016* Ancient Text & Cataclsym Marvin Luckerman ** 3 tapes $20; * 2 tapes $13.50. Others are single tape $7 . International customers should call for overseas shipping costs. Shipping and handling for US and Canadian orders: Order: < $10 < $30 < $50 < $ ...
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257. Abraham's Birthplace [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Paris: Stock, 1968) shows four places with the element our (the French spelling) in their names: Our, Ourouk, Nippour, and Ouroukoug. Moreover, there is Eridou, which might be equivalent to Ouridou, in light of the Hebrew pronunciation of Erekh for Ourouk. All five places are in Sumer (see the maps, p. 22). There may be more urs in Sumer and beyond. More significant than all the foregoing for locating Ur Kasdim in Upper Mesopotamia are the words of Ezekiel (1 :3 ). He was among the captives "in the land of the Chaldeans by the river Kebar." Now, is it not ...
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... of Radiations Meteoritic Impacts and Radioactivity Chapter 4: Palaeomagnetism Magnetism The Earth's Magnetism (Geomagnetism) Palaeomagnetism and Archaeo-magnetism Cosmic Catastrophism and Palaeomagnetism Chapter 5: History and Chronology History Chronology Astronomical Computation Chronology and Cosmic Catastrophism PART IV General Conclusions Appendixes Calculation of the Angle of Shift Calculation of the Resultant Angular Velocity The Slip of the Earth's Crust under Meteoritic Impact Maps Acknowledgements Notes And References Introduction by Dr Ian W. Cornwall RENE GALLANT has written here a very unusual and important (literally Earth-shaking!) book. It is addressed not only to specialists, but to the general educated public, who may be expected to have an interest in the past history of the world we inhabit. Of recent ...
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259. Editorial [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... number of viewpoints proffered. Graham Hancock presented a three part television series in the Autumn, Quest for the Lost Civilisation, to accompany his new book Heavens Mirror, identifying several ancient civilisation around the world that left terrestrial cosmic markers (see page 6). Complementary evidence from Jean-Pierre Lacroix, sparked by an interest in Charles H. Hapgood's Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, shows that megalithic sites and observatories are located around the planet in positions that correspond to specific stars in certain constellations (see page 4). Indeed, Archaeoastronomy has become respectable, to the extent that the University of Texas Press has become the contract publisher for the Center for Archaeoastronomy's journal (see page ...
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260. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... flattened it out. Indeed, the Moon may not even now be as rigid as previously thought, as measurements of its tides indicate that deep in its interior it is still molten. A perplexing enigma is the presence of mysterious lunar features with magnetic swirls and strong magnetic fields. The Moon has no global magnetic field like the Earth but mapping has revealed areas with intense magnetic fields, particularly four areas opposite the four youngest, large impact basins. Although the swirls also appear to be connected with the impact basins, these are supposed to be ancient, whereas the swirls are quite young'. One possible explanation is a relatively recent collision of a charged comet with the Moon ...
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