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81. Edfu Books (Advert) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the mountains' around Sinai was in fact a ceremonial circumnavigation of Giza - a ritual that is preserved to this day by the circling of the Ka'ba in Mecca. By Ralph Ellis Thoth, Architect of the Universe Takes a radical look at the henges of Britain and the pyramids of Giza, and concludes that they were both designed to represent maps of the Earth - and each of these ancient maps comes complete with outlines of continents and lines of latitude correctly marked. The diagrams that demonstrate this are simple copies of these great monuments, but viewed from an unusual perspective. K2, Quest of the Gods Taking this idea one step further, K2 QotG identifies the precise location on ...
82. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... The Cosmic Winter, Gildas, St Patrick and .. .Reflecting on Phillip Clapham's article in C&C Workshop 1994:1 , it seemed to me that it should be possible to do some checking on the likelihood of Clube & Napier's idea of a mid-5th Century impact on eastern England. My idea was to check the Ordnance Survey map of Roman Britain for signs of disruption to Roman roads in the allegedly affected area. The starting point was eastern England. Could that be narrowed down at all? Suppose the impact was not exactly like Tunguska and that it did leave some sign of an impact crater. Was there any indication of this? The only contender I could ...
... 1980), p. 8232, that] An integrated global pattern of subduction troughs or mid-basin ridges, indicative of global tectonism, has not been identified from the altimetry data [for Venus]" ' 2 Regarding tectonism, which requires that Venus' surface be broken into several pieces or plates, Isaac Asimov states from this radar Pioneer map of Venus' surface, "It would appear that Venus' crust is quite different from that of Earth. Earth's crust is relatively thin and is broken into half a dozen large plates and a number of smaller ones. These plates move very slowly relative to each other, crushing together or slipping one under another, or pulling apart ...
84. The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain [Books]
... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont With 21 Illustrations and 2 Maps Books by the same Author. The Mysterious Comet A Rebel In Fleet Street The Riddle Of The Earth (As Appian Way) The Private Life of The Virgin Queen (To appear shortly) RIDER & CO. LONDON :: NEW YORK :: MELBOURNE :: SYDNEY 1945 Printed In Great Britain, At The Anchor Press, Tiptree, Essex The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain By Comyns Beaumont CONTENTS Part One: Britain's Great Antiquity Chapter The Catastrophe In The Nort h The Era Of Giants The Cimmerians And Phaeton Where The Comet Fell The ...
85. Update on Nabta Stone Circle [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... The central megalith was dubbed, "Complex Structure A." To everyone's surprise, the surface Complex Structure megaliths marked a sculpture carved below at bedrock about 12 feet below the surface sand. A California physicist now thinks he has some answers about the purposes of the Nabta lines and megaliths and has written a new book entitled: The Origin Map: Discovery of a Prehistoric, Megalithic, Astrophysical Map and Sculpture of the Universe (see also p.11). As the title implies, Dr. Brophy hypothesizes after extensive measuring and calculations of star alignments that existed 6,500 to 8,500 years ago, that the surface Nabta stones are a detailed calendar and astrophysical ...
86. The Still-Lost City of Avaris: The Capital and Stronghold of the Hebrew Pharaohs (Hyksos) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... have to remember that this is what the Hyksos were famous for, at Avaris. Military maneuvers and food for the men and animals were a necessity that industrial towns could not satisfy. Qantir-Khata'ni Qantir has been linked to Khata'ni and accepted by scholars, though in effect the two sites are four miles apart,52 judging by van Seters' map. Van Seters also links Qantir to Pi-Rameses.53 Khata'na-Qantir became a settlement in the Middle Kingdom during the reign of Amenemhet I. Found there north of Khata'na was a doorway of red granite that was built by his son Senswosret III. However, an exceedingly vitriolic argument starts if one dares to mention these Middle Kingdom pharaohs as having ...
87. The Riddle of the Earth [Books]
... Weather and Earthquakes Volcanic Activity in the North Volcanic Systems Volcanic Eruptions and their Lessons The Creation of Volcanic Craters The Functions of a Volcano Volcanic Dependence upon Meteors Comets and their gases The Mission of a Comet The Mystery of the Drift When the Comet Fell LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Soufriere, St. Vincent, West Indies, showing its Crateral Lake Volcanic Map of Japan Mt. Pelee, Martinique, July, 1902 Stromboli, Crater seen from above Mt. Somma, a View of the Ancient Crater Mt. Etna, a View from Taormina during Eruption in April, 1908 Mt. Vesuvius and the Volcanic Cones in the Neighbouring District Vulcano Island, with Vulcanello Teneriffe, with its Two Volcanoes ...
88. Andrew Collins: The Truth of the Past - Finding Historical Reality in the Alternative Field of Research [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... it took 40 days to sail between the Isles of Gorgades, or Gorgons, and the Hesperides. Since there is clear geographical evidence that the Gorgades were the Cape Verde islands, which lie off the west coast of Africa, then the Hesperides were even further west - in the direction of the setting sun. Yet if we consult a map we can see that the only island group which lies west of the Cape Verdes is the Caribbean. Confirmation that the Hesperides were the Caribbean islands of Cuba, Hispaniola and Puerto Rica is the knowledge that it took Christopher Columbus just 33 days to sail between the Cape Verdes and the Caribbean on his Third Voyage in 1498, just 7 ...
89. Did Thutmose III Despoil the Temple in Jerusalem? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... surmise..." (55). Habent sua fata libelli - books have their own fate, and Nelson's was no exception. Somehow, he managed to satisfy Breasted; he passed his examination, and his study was printed before the outbreak of World War I. He immediately returned to Beirut for the cuts of the illustrations and maps, when war caught up with him. During the whole of the war he was confined behind the Turkish lines in Syria; only in the year 1920 did he manage to secure the material needed. This unexpected turn of events provided him with the opportunity of discussing his thesis with some British officers who had participated in the conquest of ...
90. Arctic Tundra Mammoth Steppe Or Velikovskian Poleshift? [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... these groupings were related to climate. Certain types of trees or other vegetation were always associated with a particular climate. The plants became markers of the climate.71 Colinvaux then adds: "The answer the meteorologists chose was to accept Candolle's conclusion that it was weather that set the boundaries to the nations [groupings] of plants. They mapped the plants and called them weather. ' "Most notable of the climatologists of this period was Vladimir Koppen of Vienna, who not only acknowledged Candolle's conclusions and used his maps but also agreed that the five main kinds of formation recognized by botanists must represent five principal classes of weather. Tropical rain forest, hot desert, temperate deciduous ...
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