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301. Natural Disasters Trigger Hysteria & Panic in Italy [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . One wonders why the Vatican has surrounded the story with such as secrecy for such a long time. But once the files about the "last secret of Fatima" will hopefully be opened to public scrutiny, scientists will, most likely, decipher the cosmic "vision" as nothing else than an unusual astronomical event (perhaps a prolonged meteor shower?). From what little is known, the Portugese "revelations" point to an extraordinary astronomic occurrence: "The vision occurred six times, to a growing crowd of witnesses, culminating in balls of fire' as the sun appeared to fall to earth, a phenomenon seen by 70,000 people." Unless the ...
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... in the book feature drawings of an incoming bolide which would not be out of place in the forthcoming Hollywood movies. This legend and book is mentioned as a postscript to: D. Steel & P. Snow, The Tapanui region of New Zealand: A Tunguska' of 800 years ago? pp.569-572 in Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 1991 (eds. A. Harris & E. Bowell), Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, U.S .A . (1992). ...
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303. Electrophonic Fireball Sounds [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... etc) are from VLF produced by trapped geomagnetic field in the turbulent fireball trail; and sharp sounds (popping, etc) arise from explosive events in the bolide itself by a similar mechanism to the VLF produced by atmospheric nuclear explosions. The method of production of electrophonic sounds from VLF radiation generated by very large fireballs is now accepted by meteor fireball experts and I believe the CCNet Digest renders its readers a disservice by suggesting otherwise. And I trust the AMS will not promulgate such misinformation. May I draw to your attention my Web pages which present an outline of the work done in this area and provides a bibliography of my work on the problem. They may be found ...
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304. Thoughts on the Lines [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... of Orion due to the precession of the equinoxes. Given the proliferation of geoglyphs on the Nazca Plain that symbolised to their builders the various constellations as seen from those latitudes, and the even greater number of straight lines and trapeziod drawings that cut through them, they would possibly provide fruitful research opportunities for those looking for evidence of observation of meteor streams associated with cosmic impacts in South America during those times. I have put some photographs of the Spider of Orion' and other geoglyphs on the Nazca Plain at: JM, Sefydliad Morien Institute, Bangor. CYMRU ...
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305. Origins of the Red Dragon Symbol? [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... I was in the Firmament with Mary Magdalene"; - all in the D.W . Nash translation. While in the Lady Guest translation we find "my original country is the region of the summer stars" and "I have been on the Galaxy at the throne of the Distributor". The distributor of what? Comets? Meteors? Thunderbolts? Fireballs? I feel that with so many astronomical references in the poem they must have been intended by the composer, and most importantly, also understood by many of those listening at the time - even if this were only so for the bardo-druidic initiates. We feel at the Morien Institute that all the above references in ...
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306. Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... just such arcing that has caused craters on the planets, asteroids and moons - even on Earth. He postulates that pictures of craters coming back from our space probes do not show a shape consistent with either the impact or volcanic models. Almost every crater we observe is round and not elliptical as many of them would be if made by meteors. They have flat bottoms with conical central cones. The strata of the central peaks are undisturbed in many so-called impact craters, including the famous Chicxulub in the Yucatan. Their walls are terraced. Secondary craters form on the rims of primary craters. Thornhill has demonstrated in the laboratory that such characteristics are expected from electrical arcing, but ...
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307. The Origami of Species [Journals] [Kronos]
... . For entire arrays of molecular structures a wider spread of the frequency band would be expected in order to affect an organism, as well as the amplitude, or intensity, of the shock-wave. Displacements would occur near-instantaneously, and could affect the whole or only part of an organism, dependent on its size and composition. Lightning bolts or meteoric impacts in the atmosphere might account for local, small-scale mutations via shock-wave, along with accompanying radiation, such as inauspicious outbreaks of new strains of nu which might be correlated with such events. So we might expect to continue having flare-ups of virulent microorganisms by any single or combination of agencies. But for planet-wide changes affecting all manner of ...
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308. The Mystery Of The Pleiades [Journals] [Kronos]
... not the only names of god found in the Book of Job).(20) That Job lived during the time of the Patriarchs does not necessarily mean that the book which bears his name was written then. Through the Jewish Encyclopedia, Sieff ascertained that Khima, Khesil, and Aish were to be understood as names of planets, meteors, or comets rather than those of stellar constellations.(21) Sieff also referred to the ancient Near Eastern tradition which supplied the same name for a constellation as well as for a related star or planet. Thus, for instance, the constellation of the Medusa and the planet Venus both received the Babylonian name of Ninsianna(22 ...
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... "blocking", in the psychoanalytic sense, to see obvious things. Why have students of mythology failed to discover why the gods of the pantheons of all ancient races should have been identified with the planets? Why do the traditions of all races speak of celestial theomachy, of great natural perturbations, with the Sun, stars, and meteors taking part? Or, why do modern students of religion not wonder at the grandiose natural events described in the holy books and the concepts of eschatology so prominent in the Gospels and the Koran? Why do students of geology strain themselves to explain, or explain away, catastrophically-formed phenomena they observe on the bottoms of the seas, in ...
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310. Eclipses in Ancient Times [Journals] [Pensee]
... Heaven in flames." The century of the occurrence is still a matter of debate. Fotheringham chose 1062 B.C . There can be no solar eclipse on the 26th day of a lunar calendar month. Kugler explains the phenomenon: The Earth was going through an immense train of small, dust-like, and also large meteorites. The meteoric dust created darkness; the larger meteorites became incandescent through friction in the atmosphere and put the sky in flames. (Sternkunde und Sterndienst in Babel, 11, 2, 373 n.) (b ) China. According to the Chinese book of songs, Shi-king, the sun was obscured. The place where the observation was made ...
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