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... and carefully marked "Windows." Just under the vault on one side there is a ringed dot, marked "Sun," opposite to which are three asterisks denominated "Stars." Just . WHITEHOUSE S HEBREW WORLD 21 above these, and, like the others, hugging the vault, is a new (or old) "Moon," which, with some unexplained perversity, turns her illu minated side away from the sun. All these nocturnal role-players may well account them selves superfluous, for to the blazing sun there has been given no discoverable retreat to which he may retire when disposed to leave the field and the hour to his lesser colleagues. What now ...
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... . The sun is veiled and shines not in the sight of men. None can live when the sun is veiled by clouds.... None knoweth that midday is there; the shadow is not discerned... not dazzled is the sight when he (the sun) is beheld; he is in the sky like the moon'. Again, on WIC p.256, V writes of the catastrophes caused by Venus and their supposedly resultant "civil war in the nations" thus: "At that time an Egyptian sage complained: I show thee the land upside down; the sun is veiled and shines not in the sight of men. I show ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. V No. 2 (Winter 1980) Home | Issue Contents Megalithic Lunar Observatories A Critique (CONCLUDED)Thomas McCreery II COULD MEGALITHIC MAN HAVE DETERMINED THE LUNAR PERTURBATION? At no time has Alexander Thom ever discussed whether Megalithic man could actually have measured the very tiny wobble of the Moon. In this section, an attempt will be made to ascertain if such a project would have been viable. The method adopted is as follows: If we assume, as Thom does, that the motion of the Moon with respect to the Earth has been sensibly constant over the last few thousand years, then a study of the Moon's motion at recent ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 2 (Winter 1985) Home | Issue Contents Vox Populi Jonathan Swift, the Moons of Mars, and Charles McDowell To the Editor of KRONOS: William Douglas would have us consider Charles McDowell before laying the matter of Jonathan Swift and the moons of Mars to rest.(1 ) In my opinion, however, McDowell has written nothing about the subject that is worth considering. McDowell's hypothesis concerning the manner in which Swift might have obtained his information on the Martian satellites amounts to nothing more than a house of cards where surmise is precariously balanced upon conjecture. His hypothesis consists of the following: (2 ) 1) That ...
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... ), p. 61, who writes of the star list found in Boghaz Keui in Asia Minor: That the planet Venus is missing will not startle anybody who knows the eminent importance of the four-planet system in the Babylonian astronomy. ' Weidner supposes that Venus is missing in the list of planets because she belongs to a triad with the Moon and the Sun. '] These four-planet systems and the inability of the ancient Hindus and Babylonians to see Venus in the sky, even though it is more conspicuous than the other planets, are puzzling unless Venus was not among the planets. On a later date the planet Venus receives the appellative: The great star that joins the ...
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... ." Gold, looking for a cause of the glazing assumed "a giant solar outburst in geologically recent times" that sprayed the surface of all lunar rocks with metallic glaze. How recent? "The glazing occurred less than 30,000 years ago: otherwise the glaze would have been eroded and dusted over by slow bombardment of the moon by cosmic dust. On the other hand, the event must have taken place some thousands of years ago, not only because it was not observed historically, but also to allow enough time for the metal-plating process to coat the glass." The event was observed historically; however, it was not due to the sun becoming a ...
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... what would become of Jupiter's moving belts ? They are so many tons of moving matter, possessing so many tons of moving energy, and every one must see that that energy would prolong their stay in Jupiter's firmament. It is evident that revolving vapors would be no more likely to fall immediately upon the withdrawal of heat, than a revolving moon in the same situation ; and if their moving energy was great enough, it is plain that Jupiter's belts would continue to revolve independently about him after he had cooled down. Now, since the equatorial belts of both Jupiter and Saturn move more rapidly than the polar, they must be moving independently of each other and also independently of ...
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... From: Moons, Myths and Man by H. S. Bellamy CD Rom Home Last | Contents | Next 3 The Tertiary Satellite immediately before its Cataclysmic Breakdown We shall now enter upon our task of examiningthe cosmological myths in the light of the teachings of Hoerbiger's Theory. As we have seen, Hoerbiger maintained that universal cataclysms have been caused by satellites which have spiralled closer to the Earth until they have finally disintegrated. The ensuing chapters will follow one another more or less in the order of events required by the theory. But the succession of events will not only result from the logic of a theory; it is also the order insisted on by many of the myths ...
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89. Holy Dreamtime in Wonguri Land [Books] [de Grazia books]
... that the majority of words in each song need extensive commentaries... The sacred singing (which we cannot discuss here) relates episodes of the Moon's adventures in the same region; these songs bring into perspective the concept of the Eternal Dreamtime. In the dreaming period, the period where the utmost past and present are united, the Moon who was "one of us," lived with the Dugong, his sister the sea-cow, who was also one of us. The whole region was flat and became flooded in the wet season. There was a large clay-pan here and the Moon, after making it, lived here, and later it became his reflection. Here ...
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90. Caliban & Sycorax: Names for Icy Moons of Uranus [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the CCNet can be found at If you are interested in joining the Email Network, send an email request to the moderator, Benny J Peiser at: b.j Caliban & Sycorax: Names for Icy Moons of Uranus 5 May 1998 Cornell University News Service. Contact: David Brand, Office tel: + 1 (607) 255-3651. Email: Caliban and Sycorax Astronomers propose names for their two recently discovered icy moons of Uranus ITHACA, N.Y .- Cornell University astronomer Philip Nicholson and his colleagues have ...
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