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71. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... flag (painted on the Landers - as having purple stripes. The technician said that the Mars atmosphere made the flag appear that way [emphasis added]. '" By Richard C. Hoagland ©2002 The Enterprise Mission, P.O . Box 3550, Edgewood, New Mexico, Fax: + 1 (505) 286-6130 The Megalith Map www.megalith.ukf.net A resource for finding any stone circle or row in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales. This map of Britain and Ireland, is divided into 100 kilometre squares. Locations of prehistoric stone circles and stone rows are indicated by the dots. Click on a grid square to see that map ...
72. Stonehenge: Neolithic Man and the Cosmos, by John North [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the Moon. A large portion of the book is taken up by Stonehenge which he claims was a temple aligned to the setting midwinter Sun rather than to the popularised midsummer sunrise. I shall leave somebody else within SIS to evaluate this shift of emphasis, but note that he makes some interesting points about lozenge decoration, alignments and Alexander Thom's megalithic yard. Dragon hill is conical and appears to be artificially flattened on top. It is situated beneath the White Horse and standing there the eye is drawn to the sky above the escarpment. Along the top of the Downs is the Ridgeway long distance path, an ancient route running from Avebury in the west to the Goring Gap and ...
73. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in pottery, paper casts, ink renditions and woodcuts. The Rock Art Images and Illustrations Collection page is an introduction to my transparency and illustration collection. This page includes a site listing of stock photos in the transparency collection. Laura Lee www.lauralee.com Audio on Demand interviews: 22 Aug 2003. Alan Butler: "The Megalithic Computer Disk". British researcher Alan Butler's passion is the study of early calendars,Bronze Age cultures, the beginnings of astronomy and astrology and Earth mysteries. Ten years ago, during a holiday on Crete, he happened upon the "Phaistos Disc" and began to decode it, finding that what looked like a mere decorative artifact ...
74. "In Search of Ancient Astronomies": A Review [Journals] [Kronos]
... with the relatively modern sites of post-Columbia North America and is thus irrelevant to the subject at large. The chapter by the two Thoms, "Rings and Menhirs: Geometry and Astronomy in the Neolithic Age," can be dismissed for an entirely different reason. The most recent archaeological and scientific research has demonstrated that the Thomist hypotheses comprising the megalithic yard, the convoluted geometries of the stone rings, and the various astronomical alignments, are nothing more than the products of a massive misinterpretation by the Thoms of their own survey work.(2 ) Aveni's chapter on Mesoamerican astronomy, based mainly on his own Archaeoastronomy in Pre-Columbian America and Native American Astronomy, is a futile exercise as ...
75. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... he didn't have the tools we have nowadays, but he had our intelligence and could do lots of things and have thoughts which were not always very far from those we have nowadays." Rene Gallant's intention, obviously enough, is to demonstrate the above by continuing with references to the achievements of early prehistoric man such as the construction of megaliths like Stonehenge even at a time when there was no writing'. Since the construction of Stonehenge needs the intervention of higher mathematics' it follows that prehistoric man must have been intelligent. Notwithstanding the fact that Rene Gallant has somehow managed to bracket the so-called intelligence of Neolithic man with that of the so-called early historic megalith builders, it ...
76. I.Q.: A University Program [Books] [de Grazia books]
... ; fossil assemblages. Q14. Chronology and Quantavolution. Radiometric and other geo-physical methods of dating the past; critique of uniformitarian assumptions; determining archaeological time. Q15. Chronological Reconstruction in Ancient Europe and the Near East. Velikovsky's attacks upon Egyptian chronology and their effects upon the dating of Mediterranean and Near East cultural events. Western Europe and the megalithic astronomers. Q16. Professional Writing and Translating. For the Certificate of the Institute of Quantavolution. For students having completed eight courses and approved by an ad hoc committee after oral interview. Supervised work on an approved topic discussed in committee. INSTRUCTORS Responsible instructors can be listed with the course titles. In the course of preparing this memorandum ...
77. The McMaster University Symposium - June 1974 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... an equally strong commitment to obtain fair treatment for the radical new views. The Canadian Conference attracted some 290 people, including about 50 professional scientists, historians and archaeologists. Judging from conversations overheard and from questions put in the formal sessions, it also attracted a few Biblical fundamentalists, astrologers and devotees of pseudo-scientific beliefs like ley lines and world-wide megalithic cultures; the interventions of these caused some squirming among the relatively orthodox professionals present. The aim of the symposium was to focus debate on problems of fundamental importance for the catastrophic and uniformitarian viewpoints and much of the first two days was taken up with the problem of reconciling modern celestial mechanics with a cataclysmic solar system, perhaps the main ...
78. Untitled [Journals]
... W1995no2] Aaronson, Brad: Pul and Tiglath-pileser III - A Response to Jonsson [Workshop W1995no1] Abery, Jill: Bookshelf [Workshop W1995no1] Abery, Jill: Directed Mutation in Bacteria [Workshop W1989no2] Abery, Jill: In Passing [Review V0503] Abery, Jill: Kentish Catastrophes [Workshop Vol0402] Abery, Jill: Megaliths, Moon Cycles, and Movements of the Earth [Workshop Vol0603] Abery, Jill: Punctuated Darwinism? [Workshop W1989no1] Abery, Jill: Thoughts on the Cave of Kamares [Workshop Vol0404] Aitchison, Eric: Assyrian History: the Black Hole' [Review V1998n1] Aitchison, J. E.: Pleiades in Aboriginal ...
79. Science Frontiers [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Moundbuilders raised much speculation. Their immense, flat-topped temple mounds, the huge earthen enclosures, and the meticulously wrought artifacts of copper, mica, and clay. Rude Stone Monuments in all Countries: Their Age and Uses by J. Fergusson, 1872, 578 pp., $26.95p. 233 line drawings of artifacts from the megalithic period. The emphasis is on the massive monuments, but you'll also see some sketches of pottery and inscribed stones. Naturally, there are long chapters on the British Isles, Ireland, and Europe; and how the megalithic culture extended into North Africa, the Middle East, and India. Aboriginal Monuments of the State of New York ...
80. C&C Review 1995 Special Issue (Volume XVII): Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . Benny Josef Peiser: Cosmic Catastrophes and the Ballgame of the Sky Gods in Mesoamerican Mythology 29 Rituals involving human sacrifice in Central and South America were linked to ritual ball games which relate to legends of cosmic ball games between sky gods, which appear to be based on real natural catastrophes. Heribert Illig: Cosmic Catastrophes and the Origin of Megalithic Cultures 37 Radiocarbon dating has completely changed megalithic dates, separating cultures which otherwise seemed clearly linked by the style and form of their artefacts. Has this created a falsely inflated chronology?. D S Allan and J B Delair: Scientific Evidence For A Major World Catastrophe About 11,500 Years Ago 41 The authors of When The Earth ...
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