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191. Voyager: Questions and Answers [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop Vol 3 No 3 (Jan 1981) Home | Issue Contents Voyager: Questions and Answers Martin Sieff Why has Saturn's moon Mimas a huge 80 mile diameter crater with a raised peak in the middle? - Because it received a massive electrical discharge, probably from Jupiter, similar to those that caused crater/raised peak effects on the Moon and Mars. (See R. Juergens, "Of the Moon and Mars", PENSEE IVR IX, p.22-3.) Why are the outer (F-) ring of Saturn's dust-size particles "braided", so "defying the laws of orbital mechanics"? - Because they are electrically charged ...
192. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... night sky and unerringly assert that it is the planet Saturn? The Dogon of the western Sudan can not only point to Saturn, they actually know it is surrounded by a ring. (11) .. .the Dogon affirm there is a permanent halo around the star [Saturn], different from the one sometimes seen around the moon... (12) Thus when the Dogon are asked to draw a picture of Saturn, they depict a circle with a ring around it. (13) Robert Temple, who became enamored with Dogon lore, informed his readers that these people could have obtained this knowledge from ancient astronauts who visited the Earth in days gone ...
193. The Electric Universe CD by Wallace Thornhill [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , pg. 2) Thornhill's electrical theory of the same data begins with "The fly-by of Comet Halley didn't show material being boiled away, instead it showed plasma beams centered on craters facing the sun. What we saw were circular craters being formed right in front of the Giotto cameras producing the same kind of scarring seen on asteroids and moons. It was confirmed by the discovery of x-rays and high energy ions near the nucleus that the material was being electrically removed. " [The Electric Universe CD, pg. 43] Thornhill goes on to discuss non-gravitational orbital anomalies of comets, then challenges received opinion that a comet is defined by its size and composition. He claims ...
194. The Cosmology Of Tawantinsuyu [Journals] [Kronos]
... city of Cuzco", and is dedicated to the worship of the Sun. Cristobal de Molina, a Spanish friar, wrote his Chronicle about the year 1573. He traces the cult of the Sun back to the reign of the first Inca, Manco Capac, and relates the first appearance of the Sun, together with that of the Moon, to the time immediately following the Deluge, these luminaries having been placed in the sky by the Creator. Manco Capac, who lived in the first post-diluvian era, made a covenant with the Sun that he and his descendants would adopt this luminary as their divine parent. Whether the Sun was the chief object of worship at this ...
195. The Shadow Of Death, Part 1 Venus Ch.6 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... , when the world was covered with clouds and shrouded in mist, the Quiché tribe migrated to Mexico, crossing a sea enveloped in a sombre fog.(9 ) In the so-called Manuscript Quiché it is also narrated that there was "little light on the surface of the earth .. . the faces of the sun and of the moon were covered with clouds."(10) In the Ermitage Papyrus in Leningrad previously mentioned there are lamentations about a terrible catastrophe, when heaven and earth turned upside down (" I show thee the land upside down; it happened that which never had happened"). After this catastrophe, darkness covered the earth: "The ...
196. Culture Heroes (Moons, Myths and Man) [Books]
... From: Moons, Myths and Man by H. S. Bellamy CD Rom Home Last | Contents | Next 30 Culture Heroes The cosmic powers exert their influence indiscriminately. The Capture Flood surged over the tropical and subtropical belts and submerged the populous city as well as the lonely hut of the hunter or shepherd, the palace of the noble as well as the hovel of the outcast, and drowned all- except a few upon whom fortune smiled. Among these there may have been men of wisdom and learning. When the Earth had settled to the new conditions imposed upon it by its new satellite, and groups of survivors began to find their way about the strange part of ...
... and the earth from the snow under the Divine Throne. Tohu is a green band which encompasses the whole world, and dispenses darkness, and Bohu consists of stones in the abyss, the producers of the waters. The light created at the very beginning is not the same as the light emitted by the sun, the moon, and the stars, which appeared only on the fourth day. The light of the first day was of a sort that would have enabled man to see the world at a glance from one end to the other. Anticipating the wickedness of the sinful generations of the deluge and the Tower of Babel, who were unworthy to enjoy ...
198. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... implications - for, before digressing to John Michell's studies of Watkins' leys, he concludes the section on "astro-archaeology" with the comments: The thousands of stones on the hills and plains of Britain, the impressive pile of Stonehenge, they are the written proof that megalithic man was capable of observing the rising and setting of sun and moon extremely accurately. We must therefore believe he could interpret his results (possibly in ways we have not yet divined) so as to predict the terrifying disappearance of sun and moon in an eclipse. He must have experienced it often (per se) - so why did he have to know precisely when one would occur? What effects ...
199. Maori Legends about Historical Impact Disaster [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , other birds and the greater part of mankind. Other forms of history leaving techniques include place names, songs, poems, and rock art; all support a catastrophic event that largely destroyed the Moa Hunter Culture. One poem and one dirge exists which relate the destruction of the Moa Hunter culture with the splitting of the horns of the moon which fell to earth causing this mayhem. Rock art exists today which depicts men fleeing from falling chevrons, which have the horns of the chevron split. A further petroglyph exists which shows a man hands upheld in fear looking at a new moon with the lower horn of the moon split. Other motif or logo type petroglyphs exist which ...
200. The Blasted Career of the Mighty Swordsman [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER ELEVEM The Blasted Career of the Mighty Swordsman A Homeric hymn addressed Ares: "who whirl your fiery sphere among the planets in their sevenfold courses through the aether wherein your blazing steeds ever bear your above the third firmament of heaven." [1 ] Ares had many names and epithets in and among the peoples of the world. He is Mars of the Romans, Nergal of the Babylonians, Gokihar (and Indra) of the Hindus, Odin of the Teutons, Huitzilopochtili of the Aztecs, and the Archangel Gabriel of the Jews. In Babylonia, writes P ...
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