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281. Binkley Publishing Co [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the Migration of Symbols (1894). Deane, John Bathurst: The Worship of the Serpent Traced Throughout the World and its Traditions Referred to the Events in Paradise (1830). Doane, T.W : Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions (1882). Elliot, W. Scott: The Lost Lemuria With Two Maps Showing Distribution of Land Areas at Different Periods (1904). Knight, Richard Payne: the Symbolical Language of Ancient Art and Mythology (1892). Lockyer, J. Norman: Dawn of Astronomy. Massey, Gerald: A Book of the Beginnings Vols. I & II (1881), Ancient Egypt the Light of the ...
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282. The Mississippi. Ch.10 Thirty-five Centuries Ago (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... by ice, the water of the basin emptied to a great extent into the Gulf of Mexico through the Mississippi. The Falls of St. Anthony on this stream at Minneapolis have excavated a long gorge by removing the bedrock. In the 1870s and 1880s N. H. Winchell made these falls the subject of a study. Comparing topographical maps covering two hundred years, he concluded that the falls had retreated 2.44 feet yearly. If this was the constant rate of retreat, the falls must have started 8000 years ago.2 But here, too, a larger stream carrying abundant detritus, which abraded the bedrock, must have flowed when the ice cover melted. ...
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283. A Harbinger of the Exodus? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the same side of the river, was founded by the Sudan government in 1905 and made the capital of the district of Dongola .. . Meroe was probably also an alternative name for the city of Napata, the ancient capital of Ethiopia, built at the foot of the Jebel Barkal." [15] New Merawi appears on many maps, often spelled as Merowe'. Thus Napata was probably the Egyptian name for a city the Nubians called Meroe. When Cambyses's invasion prompted the Nubians to found a new capital further up the Nile, they again called it Meroe. The Egyptians used that name thereafter, so we can understand how Josephus, confusing an ancient and largely ...
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284. Science texts not always by the book [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , November 3, 2002 Posted: 10:07 AM EST (1507 GMT) [. .] physics professor John Hubisz and others reviewing many U.S . textbooks say [. .] The information in the books is often unfocused, fragmented, and sometimes downright wrong [. .] Among them: (a ) A map showing the equator running through Texas and Florida, when it's actually about 1,500 miles south. (b ) A discussion of sound that says humans cannot hear below 400 hertz. But 47 notes on a piano are below 400 hertz. (C ) Details of the Statue of Liberty, explaining her "bronze outer structure. ...
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285. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... been able to devote it the attention necessary. With luck, C&CR 1998:1 should contain more coverage. News SIS 1998 AGM The 1998 AGM was held on 17th April in London. David Salkeld has been elected as the new chairman, with Trevor Palmer becoming vice-chair. The afternoon meeting discussed papers by Alasdair Beal on Hapgood's Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings' and Trevor Palmer on Changing Views on Evolution'. A full report will appear in C&CR 1998:1 . SIS 1998 Autumn Meeting This will be held on 7th November 1998 at University of London Union, Malet Street, London. SIS 25th Anniversary Conference, 1999 Work is now under way ...
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286. Venus: Volcanism and Hot-Fudge [Journals] [Kronos]
... the largest ones", according to Beatty (3 , p. 137). TOPOGRAPHY AND TECTONICS: Nothing about the results from Pioneer Venus has been more ludicrous than the strained and even false attempts to see Venus as another Earth with mountains, giant valleys, continents and "ocean" basins. Yet, as a comparison of relief maps shows, Venus is much smoother than Earth (3 , 10). That Venus does not resemble Earth is also clear from the distribution of topography: Venus's is unimodal; Earth's, bimodal. On Venus, 60% of the surface lies within 500 meters of the average radius; only about 5% is classified as "continental ...
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... to the Zenith of London at the Northern Winter Solstice and at the Northern Summer Solstice 56 The Month-Table at the Ramesseum 276 Azimuth Compass 67 Black Granite Statue of Sekhet fron the Temple of Mut at Thebes 288 Theodolite for Determining Azimuth and ltitudes 68 The Goddess Taurt; the Goddess Serk-t or Selk-t (both with Horus and Disk) 289 Magnetic Map of the British Isles, showing the Variation at Different Points 71 Nit (two forms of); Bast 290 Plan of the Mounds at Abydos. From Mariette 74 Anuqa; Sati 291 The Mounds and Obelisk at Annu 76 Isis Nursing Horus 292 The Colossi of the Plain at Thebes at High Nile, oriented to the Sunrise at the ...
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... It has been suggested that the ocean basins could be of meteoritic origin: J. J. Gilvarry, who has studied this problem,5and before him A. Dauvillier,6 arrive at the conclusion that impacts, hollowing craters ranging up to 5,000 km. in diameter, may indeed have occurred. If we look at a map of the world, there are several circular geographical structures which may suggest meteoritic origin. Examples: (a ) The Gulf of Campeche (Mexico): with a diameter of about 850 km. (about 500 miles). (b ) The arc of the West Indies (Lesser Antilles) prolonged by the north coast of Venezuela ...
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... one of the earlier ages which continued in active existence and became the attractive force to later volcanic deposits of the Tertiary Age. Mt. Vesuvius, showing the various cones (in black circles) scattered in its vicinity, most of them revealing systematic linear directions. Astroni, Mt. Nuova and Lake Avernus are on the left of the map. 5I. Etna presents many similarities to Vesuvius. This great mountain, the loftiest volcano in Europe, with a height of 10,874 feet, and a diameter of ninety miles at the base, has experienced more vicissitudes even than Vesuvius. Its slopes are sprinkled with over seventy parasitical cones, the largest of which is about ...
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... book may well have been chosen for the other subject which it contains-the myth of Atlantis. The Spanish historian, Francisco Lopez de Gomara, was the first to suggest that America might be Atlantis (1552). Francis Bacon, and others, were inclined to share this opinion. In 1689 the French cartographer, Sanson, boldly published a map of America showing how the continent had been parcelled out among the sons of Poseidon. Since then it has been the endeavour of many to seek Atlantis in America. However, at the same time other, and more fanciful, conceptions were advanced# The Swede, Rudbeck, started a sort of nationalist school of Atlantology by saying that ...
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