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... [ CD-Rom Home ] Moons, Myths and Man H. S. Bellamy July mcmxxxvi First published in July mcmxxxvi (1936) by Faber and Faber Limited 24 Russell Square London W.C .1 Second revised and augmented edition mcmxlix Printed in Great Britain by Latimer Trend & Co Limited Plymouth All rights reserved Anyone interested in the formation of a Hoerbiger Society in London, for further study of the theories discussed in Mr Bellamy's books, should communicate with Mr E. Sykes, 9 Markham Square, London SW3. Moons, Myths and Man A Reinterpretation by H. S. Bellamy Books by the same author The Book of Revelation is History In the Beginning God Built Before ...
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... examples of what most of us would dub "dreamy oriental mysticism". Taking Wen Tze first, here is a translation, by A.L .Rick, of several paragraphs of text, amongst which is the one quoted by V on WIC p.247: "The sky has placed and ranged in order the sun, the moon, the stars and the planets; it has given birth to the four seasons and harmonised Yin and Yang. It wanes the world with the sun, puts it to rest with the night, dries it with the wind, moistens it with the rain and the dew. When it produces living things one cannot see what sustains them ...
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... the face of a modern clock. The 12 zodiacal signs are equally spaced around the zodiac, which consists of a belt of stars sited close to the ecliptic, marking a single complete great circle on the celestial sphere formed by the heavens. The sun passes once through each of the 12 signs in the course of a year; the moon passes through each of 13 signs in the course of a month (or did, when the year was precisely divisible into 12 months of equal length). The sun and the moon therefore have many of the attributes of the hands of a clock; if one can detect where each is in the zodiac (by noting which zodiacal ...
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... From "Mankind in Amnesia" © 1982 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Man Landing On The Moon Man's eternal dream is to go to heaven alive; an urge to cast off the shackles binding him to the rock of his birth and to soar and touch with his mortal body one of the planetary gods or goddesses; a longing for a visit to paradise without first going to the grave, and without passing through purgatory; ascension while alive, like Elias who went up in a chariot of fire (or was consumed in a ball of lightning), but with a return to Earth; to participate in the banquet of gods... It ...
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55. Twelve More Moons Around Saturn [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:1 (Sep 2002) Home | Issue Contents Twelve More Moons Around Saturn Astronomers have discovered 12 more moons around Saturn. And they have evidence that these once were just 3 or 4 moons, minding their business, orbiting the planet like all regular Saturnian moons do today. The 12 newfound moons are in irregular orbits that suggest they are the collisional remnants of larger parent moons, once securely captured in, but later blasted from, their Saturnian orbits. [. .] The 12 new-found satellites are irregular- meaning they orbit outside the plane of Saturn's equator- and it ...
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56. How the Gods Fly [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER THIRTEEN How the Gods Fly My readers, who thus far have been kind enough to loose me on a long tether, have probably been conducting their own more restrained examination of the events being discussed. I suppose that I can rely upon their achieving a certain respect for the connections shown between gods, skies, Earth, and the audience of Demodocus. Reviewing their own information, they will have recalled that a great part of human activity, especially in earlier times, has gone into watching the skies, relating the movements and events there to human affairs and celebrating ...
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... From: Moons, Myths and Man by H. S. Bellamy CD Rom Home Last | Contents | Next 24 Ascertaining the Year of the Capture It would surely be a most intriguing study to investigate the question in which year- approximately, if the exact date be no more ascertainable- the planet Luna was forced into vassalage. This not so impossible a task as may be supposed. The capture of a satellite is an event of such magnitude that men would refer to it again and again, and regard it as the beginning of a new aeon. We determine the succession of historical happenings from the year -fictitious, not actual - of the birth of Christ. This has ...
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58. Stonehenge: Temple of the Moon [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:6 (May 1997) Home | Issue Contents Stonehenge: Temple of the Moon Alban Wall In a previous paper, (1 ) Peter Michael James set forth certain evidences in support of the proposition that periodic cataclysms of nature, sometimes worldwide in extent, have decimated or caused the complete eradication of different species of life forms that once existed on the planet. Though I have made no in-depth studies into some of the areas of research James covers in his arguments, and disqualify myself from making commentaries about them, there is one aspect that I feel more than a little qualified to address. Thus, in one place, James states: " ...
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... of which is the type of source that readers of WIC might have supposed. Thus on WIC p.123, in the section "The Quarters of the World Displaced", V writes: "In Voluspa (Poetic Edda of the Icelanders we read: No knowledge she (the sun) had where her home should be. The moon knew not what was his. The stars knew not where their stations were. ' Then the gods set order among the heavenly bodies." Clearly, then, V sees these lines as a description of the way the Venus Comet disrupted the regular motions of the sun, moon and stars, but in fact these lines are part ...
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... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2005 (Sep 2005) Home | Issue Contents Some Implications of Saunders' Lunar Hypothesis David Salkeld In The Proceedings of the SIS Silver Jubilee Event, Len Saunders summarises his article, Evidence from the Moon, Newgrange and Stonehenge indicates Lunar Disturbance' (hereafter ELD), as follows: Four features of the moon, the carvings at the Newgrange passage grave, cup and ring marks elsewhere and the Station Stones at Stonehenge have defied detailed explanation. Prompted by the Newgrange carvings a model is presented which accounts for all these conundrums: in historic times the plane of the Moon's orbit slowly turned 180o about the earth. The sequence of events ...
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