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271. The Ninsianna tablets, a preliminary reconstruction [SIS C&C Review $]
... Gregory M. Severin: 'The Paris Codex: decoding an astronomical ephemeris', Transactions of the Americal Philosophical Society 71:5 (Philadelphia, 1981) 18. Sir Norman Lockyer, as reported by John Michell in A little history of Astro-archaeology (Thames& Hudson, London, 1977). A tolerance of plus or minus 200 years on this date is cited, together with a comment that Thom's most recent survey brings the date back to about 1600 BC. Douglas C. Heggie, in a summary statement included in his Megalithic Science (Thames& Hudson, London, 1981), p. 151, reports that the Thom survey produces outer limits of 1500 BC and 2100 BC (mid-point 1800 BC) for the dating of the solstitial axis of Stonehenge. 19. Explanatory supplement to the Astronomical Ephemeris and the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac (HMSO, 1961) 20. Bryant Tuckerman: Planetary, Lunar and Solar Positions, 601 BC to AD 1 (American Philosophical Society, 1962) 21. A. E. Roy& D. C ...
272. HOMO SCHIZO I: Chapter 2: MECHANICS OF HUMANIZATION [Quantavolution Website]
... as a background and source of quantavolutions in biology. ANCIENT CATASTROPHES Legends everywhere carry stories of great numbers of people reduced to a few survivors. They are obsessive tales, repeated continuously over thousands of years. Psychiatrists will readily deem them to be founded upon strong memories, a possibility that most historical scholars are loath to admit. The English prehistorian Childe says that the population of England in paleolithic times numbered only in the hundreds, during neolithic times in some thousands. Were then all the people of England mustered to drag the neolithic megaliths of Stonehenge into position, and then reassembled in Ireland and Brittany for the same tasks? Mircea Eliade, whose research on myths worldwide is justly renowned, is most impressed by the obsession of all peoples with the earliest times of creation, by the permeation of the totality of their cultures with the same obsession that great and terrible events occurred; yet he has not ventured to say that anything at all happened then. Are the legends mere fantasies of primeval poets, primordial Dante's, whose plots no later poet could ever improve ...
273. Science Frontiers: The Book Index [Science Frontiers Website]
... topography 63-64 Valles Marineris 61, 62, 64 water supplies 62-63, 277 Mars Effect 113-114 Marsh gas 250, 251, 253 Mascons 106 Mass effect of rotation, 105, 326-327 Massive solar companion 83, 84-85 Mathematical genius 308 Mathematics 301, 331-333 concordance with nature 330, 331-333( See also Prime numbers, Transcendental numbers) Maunder Minimum 83, 112 Maya 35 astronomy 50 elephant motif 36 Mazukus 219 Meadowcroft rock shelter 22-23 Measles epidemics, 120 Mechanicsburg stones 31 Medflies 161 Medicine wheels Moose Mountain, 2 Mediterranean dried up, 200 Megalithic ruins in Africa 14-15 in Britain 16-17 in Middle East 17-18 in New England 3-6 in Oceania 19-20 on Sardinia 15 Memory 124, 309, 330 hologram basis 124 in hypnosis 307-308 idiot savants 305-306 prodigies 306-307 Mercury 53-54 birth 53 density 53 hot spots 53-54 magnetic field 53-54 perihelion advance 84, 328 polar caps 54 spin resonance 54 Metallurgy Incas, 27 Meteor Crater 194, 195 Meteor 252-253 Meteorites 74-77, 79, 339 amino acids 81 Antarctic 65, 76-77, 220-221 carbonaceous chondrites 77, 81, 207, 220 Martian 63, ...
274. The Ramesside Star Tables [SIS C&C Review $]
... hardly as late as the August 21st indicated by Amenhotep III's water clock. Dr Velikovsky's recent comment that a possible discontinuity of 1 month in the precession of the equinoxes in 700 BC or thereabouts has been investigated by Dr. B. VAN DER WAERDEN (SISR III:2, 1978, p. 40) looks to be to the point; if such a discontinuity can be confirmed, it will have a significant effect on the dating of a great many earlier events, including the dating of the Phaeton episode and the various megalithic monuments so thoroughly studied by DR A. THOM. APPENDIX VI- IDENTIFICATION OF THE HOUR STARS The implications of the choice of particular hour stars can be extensive. We have confirmed that it was rising stars which were being observed- whether this was "true" rising (i.e. time of rising through a sea horizon, with or without corrections for refraction, height of eye of observer and semi-diameter of the sun) or "apparent" rising (as when a land horizon other than a level and featureless desert has ...
275. INDEX OF ALL 15 VOLUMES OF QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE [Quantavolution Website]
... Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION THE GESTALT OF CREATION AND ITS AFTERMATH A MIND SPLIT BY MINUTE DELAYS FRIGHT, RECALL, AND AGGRESSION SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS MEMORY AND FORGETTING THE STRUGGLE OF THE SELEVES BECOMING TWO-LEGGED VOLUNTARISM DIFFUSION OF THE GESTALT THE DOUBLE CATASTROPHE A PRIMORDIAL SCENARIO QUANTAVOLUTION AND HOLOGENESIS THE NEW HUMAN BEING Chapter 5: CULTURAL REVOLUTION PROTO-CULTURE LOST MILLIONS OF YEARS TRIBES, CIVILIZATIONS, AND TIME MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS EVERYWHERE CONTEMPORARY ECUMENICAL CULTURE AMERICAN CULTURAL ORIGINS CULTURAL INTEGRATION Chapter 6: SCHIZOID INSTITUTIONS SPEECH AND LANGUAGE GRAPHICS PRIMORDIAL LANGUAGE GROUP VS. INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY OF ORGANIZATION MEGALITHS AND MEGALINES ORGANIZATION AND CONTROL REPUBLIC AND MONARCHY AUTHORITY COVENANT AND CONTRACT SEXUAL RAMIFICATIONS THE COMPULSION TO REPEAT CHAOS AND CREATION SUBLIMATION CANNIBALISM VIOLENCE AND WAR Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY A SICK JOURNEY HISTORISM SCHIZOID EPISODES IN ABUNDANCE HELL ORDINARY MAD TIMES NAZIS, STALINISTS, AND DEMOCRATS RELIGION AS CUSTODIAN OF FEAR UTOPIANISM DARWINIAN HISTORISM Chapter 8: THE HOPEFUL MONSTER REAL AND PSYCHIC DISASTER A RECENT SMALL SHARP CHANGE THE UNREDEEMABLE APEMAN SCHIZOTYPICALITY AND HOMO SAPIENS HOMO SCHIZO II by ALFRED DE GRAZIA TITLE-PAGE FOREWORD Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE CULTURED MAMMALS SAMPLING FOR ...
276. QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution [Quantavolution Website]
... Martin, P. S. Martinatos, Spiridon Marut Marx, Christoph Marx, Karl Marxist paradigm Maryland mascon mass organization mass spectrum mass, physical mass, religious mass-luminosity relation Massif Central, France massive dunes, Somali coast massive ion massive sand-deposit mastaba mastodon materialism mathematics matter Mauna Loa, Hawaii Maunder minimun Mauritania mausoleum Maxwell, James Clerk May Maya, Mayan maypole Mazama mountain Mazda Mazzuroth MBI" people McClintock, Barb McKinnon, Roy McLaren, D. J. meaning measure and test Mecalli scale Mecca mechanics mechanism Mecklenberg Lake medicine, medicinal megalithic monument megalomania Megiddo megolith Meinesz, Venning F. A. meiosis Mekong river melt melting point membrane, cellular memorial generation memory Memphis Mendel, Gregor Mendeleev, D. I. Mendocino, CA menstruation, menstrual mental health/ illness mentation Menzel, Donald mer Merapi, mount Mercalli scale Mercanton, P. L. Mercator projection Mercator, Gerardus Mercuria, Mercurian Period Mercury-g Mercury-p Merovingian period Meservey, R. mesiah, mesianism Meso,..., Middle... Meso-America, Mesoamerican mesocortex Mesolithic period meson Mesopotamia, Mesapotamian ...
277. CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 03: COLLAPSING TESTS OF TIME [Quantavolution Website]
... ended, in 2687 B. P., did a stable moon or sun calendar that was correct by present standards appear. Long afterwards and even until this day in many parts of the world, nothing in the order of skies is taken for granted, and, for calendar anniversaries, for festivals, and for public policy decisions, expert moon-watchers of the priesthood decide precisely when a moon should be termed full or new. Practically all human constructions that have survived from earliest times are temples, temple-connected, or astronomical. The megaliths, found in many the age of surviving records, that is, the Middle Bronze (Mercurain) and Late Bronze (Venusian) Ages, scientific observations of solar, lunar, stellar, and planetary movements were recorded in several countries; they differ from the observations that scientists today would make of the same movements. The ancients numbered scientific observers among them, and states were sometimes dominated by astronomer-theocrats. Water-clocks, that measured time by the passage of water, and sun-dials were built; specimens have been found; they mark ...
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