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... of this foreboding, we learn of a rationally based cosmic terror sustained for millennia and, at great temples throughout the land, of various ameliorative activities which were the business of a whole panoply of diviners, soothsayers, exorcists and astrologers. Figure 1. Sixteenth century mural at the Dionysion Monastery on Mount Athos, northern Greece, conflating extreme meteoric and seismic effects (i .e . multiple Tunguska bombardment) in a representation of last times' or the apocalypse. Turning to more recent times, we find a relationship between mankind and the cosmic environment which seems barely to change. Thus until as recently as the middle of the nineteenth century, when the process of enlightenment' ...
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... From: The Mysterious Comet by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Meteors And Weather IV - More Earthquakes Introduce New Atmospherics THE year 1926 was a bad year for meteoric phenomena, in the sense that there was a succession of upsets and very little settled weather. It came in like a lion and went out in the same bold bad manner. Let us seek the reasons for this. FLOODS IN ENGLAND, JANUARY 1 - 8, 1926 (a ) On January I a sharp earthquake was felt in Innsbruck, Vienna, Budapesth, and Northern Italy. (b ) On Sunday, 3rd, Venice suffered a shock. (c ) Simultaneously Mount Vesuvius ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 135  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/104-earthquakes.htm
23. Oberg's Unscientific Method [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . He is President of the British Astronomical Association, a full member of the International Astronomical Union and former Director of the Armagh Planetarium in Ireland. For his services in lunar studies, he has received various awards.(11) On page 77,1 note Moore's citation of J. G. H. McCall regarding the lack of meteoric material in the lunar regolith.(12) I suggest Oberg learn who J. G. H. McCall is by reading a book, even a popular one. Moore's reputation is so well established that even astronomers cite his work. V. A. Firsoff, in The Moon, states that, "as has been pointed ...
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... all flies off in the Solar Wind and creates the tail that we recognise as a comet tail. When it's gone round the Sun often enough, you actually boil away all the ice and you disintegrate all the dust and the comet can break up into nothing, in fact as often as not a comet turns into what is called a meteor stream, that is a cloud of dust that is encircling the Sun roughly in the orbit that the comet is moving in. I'm chattering on about these things to illustrate to you that we know a great deal about comets and the important point that I am making to you is that we now know that these comets are captured from ...
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... Eyves Papers" by Turner and Hazlett Chapter XIV Moon Tectonics 253-269 Chemistry of Moon rock from "Tranquility Base"; Lunar rock dating by U-Th-Pb; Rb-Sr and K-Ar, and non-radio-genic methods; What is happening on moon surface; Reviews of my "Letter to the Editor"; Rare gas adsorption on moon rock; Shock wave melting from meteor impact in moon craters; Moon tectonics from large meteor impact-explosions; Photograph of ITB by Lunar OrbiterV; swm, Ro, volcanic cones, CTB's on moon surface; Crater Orientate from Giant meteor impact with swm, uswr,wefts, and brittle fracture rays; Crater Tycho; Altai Scarp, a "giant bathtub; Moon far-side. ...
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... thrown upon the site in a day and a night continued to burn fiercely and had a funnel-shaped crater on its summit. (Lyell, Principles of Geology, II, p. 124.) The phenomena of this new volcano was accompanied by a tidal wave and the shores of the bay were permanently altered. I suggest that a considerable meteor, which might or might not have been attracted to Monte Somma, but missed it, and was certainly drawn down to Campi Phlegraei, struck the earth in the neighbourhood of Tripergola and piled up as the mountain. The fissure or chasm between the town and the baths was caused by a portion of the same meteor, hence explaining ...
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27. Shamir [Journals] [SIS Review]
... a battle talisman? The Ark was captured by the Philistines at Eben-ezer, a site explicitly connected with a shower of meteorites. It was then taken by them as a prize of battle, a symbol of the humiliation of the Israelites. One by one the Philistine cities succumbed to a great plague - something invariably associated with the aftermath of meteoric incidents. The Philistines in the end deposited the Ark in the city of Beth Shemesh on the border with Israel, it was later claimed. Beth Shemesh is a Canaanite form of Babylonian Shamash, a bright shining deity that has been compared with the sun. It was also a city that was associated with Samson, the strong One ...
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... , as everywhere else, it became associated with licentiousness and obscene rites. Originally, however, it is recognised that phallic worship had an allegorical meaning, though General B.G .R . Forlong in Rivers of Life, and other writers on the subject, have evidently failed to interpret it. It was an early realisation that the meteor as a phallus, accompanied by the virile and hovering testes, or tubular clouds, came into contact with the volcanic crater, or uterus, as the feminine counterpart, and led to fertility and creation. In the National Museum at Naples may be seen a basaltic statue of the goddess Ashteroth, the Astarte of Tyre (who, ...
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29. Pluto's Rank Again - Needs Changing... [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... three or four bibbus rise one after the other at sunrise The latter text might refer to a comet which has broken up into three or four comets under the stress of the sun's gravitational pull; however, this is an unusual occurrence. There are many more references to bibbu, but in them the translations "unspecified planet" or "meteor" could be proposed with equal or greater logic than "comet." " These cuneiform tablets which Kugler so diligently studied may yet be our clearest window to an obscure past. They are unearthed documents- not handed down tales. Bjorkman's article is illustrative of the potential for research in this area. It also shows well causes for difficulty ...
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... India was Beai ohakra. In the neighboring Persia, the Bundehesh, or Cosmogony, in the Pahlavi dialect, of about the 8th or 9th century, a queerly mixed farrago of Persian and Semitic words, mentions our zodiacal divisions as the Twelve Akhtars that lead the army of Ormuzd, while the seven Asvahtars, or planets (including a meteor and a cornet), fight for Aryaman. But the twelve signs of that country, as also those of China and India, were gathered into four great groups marking the four quarters of the heavens, each with a Royal Star or Guardian; and the Avesta, or Divine Law, of Zoroaster is thought to mention a heavenly ...
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