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111. Confusion Breeds on Assumptions [Journals] [SIS Review]
... due to the changes required in rotational velocity when moved to different latitudes. Such an event was recorded globally in myth and ancient records which told of such things as aberration in the Sun's movement, the disappearance of Atlantis, the ... destruction of a world mountain and the second was due to an axial tilt. My investigation into ancient records and mythology was prompted by my interest in the land-forms of the world and from the geomorphological information conveyed in their shapes. ... path is followed through, more and more information resulting from concurrent action is revealed. Unfortunately, in following the mytho-historical record and accepting it as correct, it was not possible to make a clear distinction between past Ages because no ...
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112. Trisms and Planetary Iconography [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... monster, Python. The original is a diagram found in a German alchemical text c. 1600. In Greek myth, Python preceded Typhon and, like him, disrupted the celestial sphere. It took the arrows of another god ... perhaps, their meaning will emerge. To begin this catalog, I will discuss an object that constantly appears in mythological and religious art, designating it the triadic symmetry or trism. THE TRISM To form a trism, two similar ... centuries. By analyzing common elements of design and form that appear in my tracings or sketches of original works of mythical and religious art, I hope to demonstrate that these elements not only offer more evidence of this instability, but ...
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... The Chronicler's Tale 12 II. The Figure in Finland 26 III. The Iranian Parallel 36 IV. History, Myth and Reality 43 Intermezzo: A Guide for the Perplexed 56 V. The Unfolding in India 76 VI. Amlodhi's ... (Mayer, Giganten und Titanen, p. 95).]. These are the underground regions of Greek mythology, still barely noticed by the school of Frazer and Harrison in their search for prehistoric cults and symbols in the ... our guide when we tried for a first understanding of the early consciousness of man. It was Cassirer's opus on mythical thought. And with all the respect one owes the great historian of Renaissance philosophy, we were astounded. We ...
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... 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Polar Myths. The Eye of Heaven 5. -THE EYE OF HEAVEN. THE Japanese deity Ama no Ma-hitotsu, One-Eye ... were stronger than the gods according to Homer. Leading facts too are these: that- Apollodorus opens his Cosmic Mythology with the birth (1 ) of the Triad of the Hundred-handed, (2 ) of the Triad of the ... , the Milky Way or Heavens river. Her romance with Akis, famous in literature,40 is to be mythically expounded first by the fact that his name arcis, `point, ' should be referred to the N Extreme ...
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... and the beginning of secular human history. The return of the warriors, at the latest, seemed to separate myth and history. From then on only true historical individuals determined their history. But how to find the actual date ... inferiority-complex certainly provided one of the reasons why historians, for a long time, believed in the authenticity of ancient mythological genealogies. Thus, the long-cherished desire to lengthen Greek chronology was overpowering when suddenly Egyptian relicts were excavated in Greece ... and religious identity almost every scientific attempt to separate the reliable from the implausible tradition, and correspondingly, to reject mythical accounts and dates has always been treated with hostility by the general public, scientists included. This is especially true ...
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116. Letters To The Edttor [Journals] [Aeon]
... form. I would guess that the pseudoscience of astrology is as old or nearly as old as many of the myths that are utilized in Talbott's presentation. He should know how far back in time that astrology has been practiced better ... the present configuration? 5. How long would the configuration have had to persist to result in its representation in mythology? Present discussions seem to be focused on the third question. I offer the following as starters for an analysis ... respective polar faces to Saturn and this is particularly true of Earth for ground-based observers to have been able to describe mythical events in the hyperboreal sky. This is much the same as the phase-lock the Moon has with Earth to present ...
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117. Spatters And Planetary Iconography [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Trojan War. The top portion shows what seem to be celestial apparitions, the bottom portion shows their rationalisation into myth. The top panel contains a trism and three spatters. Are the spatters planets, or did a conjunction of ... coin found in England. The coin's timeframe parallels that of the Crucifxion. Spatters intermingle with what must be a mythological horse. Figure 94 is my depiction of a cameo scene illustrating the martyrdoms that marked the beginnings of Christianity. ... 4 (1994) Home | Issue Contents Spatters And Planetary Iconography Charles Raspil A manifestation appearing in both religious and mythical art worldwide, from the middle of the second millennium BC through the 18th century AD, and which I call ...
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118. Thoth Vol IV, No. 1: Jan 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... theoreticians believe and that there are large-scale currents in space. It's wrong to dismiss the Saturn Theory as "merely myth" in blind defiance of the intelligibility in the data. Turning a deaf ear, a blind eye, and ... Hindu myth, for instance, we see that Mandara was placed on the back of a tortoise. In Chinese mythology, it is Shang-ti who is depicted as standing on the celestial tortoise, while the serpent was said to have ... the tortoise. Shang-ti's title was The Holy and Propitious Prince of the North Pole, who is usually represented as surrounded by a halo, both of which have special meaning to this study. It is also noteworthy that the symbolism ...
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119. Thoth Vol IV, No. 2: Jan 31, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... TRUTH OR FASHION By Mel Acheson If currently fashionable theories are Ultimate Truth (or at least smart ideas) and myth was stupid superstition, where is the dividing line? Was Ptolemy stupid and Newton smart? But General Relativity is ... motionless, Saturn as the sun and Saturn as the sun of night. Part II concerned the postulate that the mytho-historical record places Saturn at the Earth's north pole. Cardona stresses that this information is not taken from a single story ... to as First Father, while Odin was known as All-father, the very same name of the Zuni Awonawilona. Mythologists have never been able to supply a convincing theory to explain why the planet Saturn and its deity should be associated ...
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... The Chronicler's Tale 12 II. The Figure in Finland 26 III. The Iranian Parallel 36 IV. History, Myth and Reality 43 Intermezzo: A Guide for the Perplexed 56 V. The Unfolding in India 76 VI. Amlodhi's ... speculated on the traditional system of the world, and made use of whatever there was of astronomy, geography, mythology, holy texts of the laws of time and change, to build up an ambitious system. Abu Ma'shar and ... another order, and rebellious to ordinary consistency. It is here as if Plato had juxtaposed a number of revered mythical traditions (including the planetary harmony) without pretending to fit them into a proper order. And so his image ...
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