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231. C&C Review 1998:1: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... | SIS Review Home Chronology & Catastrophism Review Journal of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies 1998:1 News 2 Articles It's Time To Get Serious About Manetho 4 Dale F. Murphie re-examines Manetho's work and comes to some surprising conclusions. Tunguska-Type Impacts over the Pacific Basin around the Year 1178 AD 8 Emilio Spedicato presents evidence that Earth passed through a meteor stream in 1178. A Theory Of Lunar Disturbance 13 Len Saunders argues that the Moon has suffered impacts. Experiments with Time - Part I: Catastrophes and Chronologies' 14 Geoffrey Barnard presents a new chronology for the ancient Middle East and reinvestigates questions such as the Ashuruballit problem' and Egypt's Third Intermediate Period. The Oera Linda book 21 ...
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232. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... vigorous cult centres in several European churches in place of the more usual figures of the Virgin Mary, and are traced back to the ancient Mother Goddess in the guise of Isis, Ishtar, Astarte etc. Western ideas may have been derived from the Phoenician Astarte, who was often worshipped in the form of a black stone, probably of meteoric origin; however, there are also European black goddess precedents in the form of the Celtic Belisama, consort of Belan, and the Teutonic Rosemertha, consort of Wotan. The early church tried to absorb the Mother Goddess cults of its pagan converts by the introduction of the Virgin Mary, but this pure, chaste aspect seems not to ...
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... Reconsidered V" Home | Issue Contents The Origin of Certain Unexplained Depressions C J. Ransom In Earth in Upheaval Velikovsky discussed peculiar elliptical depressions, locally called "bays," which number in the tens of thousands throughout the Atlantic coastal plain from southern New Jersey to northeastern Florida. It has been widely conjectured that these bays were created by meteoric shower or a colliding comet (1 ,2 ) near the end of the last ice age. One feature of these depressions is that the long axis of each extends from northwest to southeast. Around the bays are rims of earth, invariably elevated at the southeastern end. More recently it has been pointed out that the origin of ...
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234. Catastrophism and Evolution [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Controversy. Catastrophism and Evolution: The Ongoing Debate. A book by Trevor Palmer, Nottingham Trent University, UK. Controversy puts the reader at the forefront of the scientific revolution against traditional views of evolution. The champion of alternative views, Catastrophism, declares that sudden cataclysmic events, such as meteor showers, cause mass extinctions followed by rapid bursts of new species - in direct opposition to the Modern Synthesis of neo-Darwinism, the offspring of Darwinism and Genetics, which maintains that evolution is slow, imperceptible, and progressive. Professor Palmer clearly traces the interactive histories of catastrophism and Evolution from ancient times to the present, contextualizing the struggle ...
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... has recently suggested that the three outermost planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, were displaced into their present orbit by encounters with other planets: this conclusion is a consequence of his analysts of the solar nebula, which indicates that Saturn was initially the outermost planet to form in the nebula. Analysis by Schaeffer and Heymann (6 ) of meteoric material led them to conclude that at least two destructive collisions have occurred between bodies in the solar system. One encounter occurred about 600 million years ago and the other about 300 million years ago. Collisions of the type described should lead to angular momentum characteristics of the planets that will not necessarily be easily understood. Colombo (7 ) ...
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236. Catastrophism and Ancient History. Vol IX No 1. January 1987 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol 0201 Texts Home | C&AH Home Catastrophism and Ancient History A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study Volume IX, Part I January 1987 CONTENTS Velikovsky: Beyond Freud Duane Leroy Voorhees Cuchulain- Comet or Meteor ? Dorothea Kenny Gezer and the Mysterious Gates of Solomon .. 25 Michael S. Sanders A Seven Year Famine in the Reign of King Djoser with Other Parallels between Imhotep and Joseph .. 49 Tom Chetwynd Departments Editorial .. 3 Marvin Arnold Luckerman Interaction Aftermath of the Trojan War , Arie Dirkzwager Biblical Pentapolis or Midianite Cities? , Dwardu Cardona Some Ideas for Further Investigation , Arie Dirkzwager Ur of the Chaldees- Once Again , Herbert A ...
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... Ellenberger 8 Alternatives in Science: The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson Bennison Gray 26 Ever Since Darwin: A Review Peter J. James 33 Darwin's Unfalsifiable Theory Tom Bethell 38 On Velikovsky and Darwin Lynn E. Rose 40 Beyond the Mountains of Darkness. The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes Immanuel Velikovsky 48 On Comets, Comet-Like Luminous Apparitions and Meteors Ilse Fuhr SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - Catastrophism and the Mammoths 62 Forum White, Ellenberger, Cardona, and Price Cover iii Contributors Cover Photo: "The Mammoth " From the painting by Charles R. Knight; courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History, N. Y. (Also appeared as the Frontispiece in B. Digby, The ...
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238. Historical Information on Meteorite Impacts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home | Issue Contents Historical Information on Meteorite Impacts 16 Jun 1998 From Duncan Steel <> Forwarded from Roger Launius ( We have some new Web sites related to the history of cosmic Earth impacts (meteors, comets, asteroids, etc.). There is a narrative summary at: and also a bibliography at: ...
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... these processes are assigned to a time only a few thousand years ago; drastic climatic changes, too, are said to have occurred all over the globe; the ice ages are brought much closer to our time. Many new finds are announced in the records of explorers, but these have not yet penetrated into the textbooks. New great meteoric craters are described, land beaches are found in the depths of the ocean, and the nickel content of the oceanic beds is regarded as a vestige of immense showers of meteorites. The reversed magnetic orientation of rocks and lavas, and the abnormally high remanent magnetic fields in ancient rocks are introduced into science as puzzling phenomena, contradicting scientific ...
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... world to be presaged. Its devastations were widely spread. Cyprus, Greece, and Italy were terribly visited, and [the seismic tremor] extended through the Alpine valleys...Mountains sank into the earth...The air grew thick and stifling. There were dense and frightful fogs. Wine fermented in the casks. Fiery meteors appeared in the skies. A gigantic pillar of flame was seen by hundreds descending upon the roof of the pope's palace at Avignon. In 1356 came another earthquake, which destroyed almost the whole of Basel. What with famine, flood, fog, locust swarms, earthquakes, and the like, it is not surprising that many men ...
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