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271. The Origins of the Latin God Mars [Journals] [SIS Review]
... The various names assigned to him, almost without exception, emphasize this forbidding phase of his nature, and the myths associated with him deal with destruction, pestilence, and death. Naturally, Nergal is also pictured as a god ... and publisher of Aeon. Over the past 15 years he has been pursuing researches in the fields of archaeoastronomy, mythology and biological evolution and has contributed numerous articles to Aeon and Kronos. He is currently preparing a book titled The ... remain only partially explicable apart from this identification. Notes and References 1. W. Roscher: Studien zur Vergleichenden Mythologie der Griechen und Romer: Apollon und Mars (Leipzig, 1873) 2. H. S. Versnal: ...
272. The Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Review]
... a committee member of the SIS during the 1980s and is now working with David Talbott, author of The Saturn Myth, on a number of related projects. Summary The Electric Universe model forms a coherent new view of the universe ... realisation that a new plasma cosmology and an understanding of electrical phenomena in space could illuminate work being done in comparative mythology. By using information from a wide span of human existence and knowledge, the Electric Universe can provide answers to ... . See http://www.aeonJournal.com . It will be argued that many of the greatest mythical themes reflect ancient man's obsession with the red planet. Indeed, we will attempt to show that Mars' prominence ...
273. Thoth Vol II, No. 1: January 15, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... David Talbott (email@example.com) [EDITOR'S NOTE: This continues Talbott's series of articles on the myth of the comet Venus.] VENUS, THE GREAT COMET, AND THE WARS OF THE GODS A powerful conjunction ... the sun and re- radiated. Wal Thornhill- THOTH readers may be interested in an online version of Bulfinch's Mythology: fable, charlema, chivalry. Point your Web browser to: gopher://gopher.vt. ... :10010/11/53 Submitted by Ian Tresman- PLEASE VISIT THE KRONIA COMMUNICATIONS WEBSITE- http://www.kronia.com/~kronia/ Other suggested Web site URL's for more information about Catastrophics: http: ...
274. Thoth Vol III, No. 12: Aug 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... sequence may vary, but I do not see how the fundamental paternal relationship could be denied. And in ancient myth, the idea "to be born from" is a very literal idea, one certainly not suggestive of a ... that Indra was Mars (with which you agree), then so must have been the Greek Zeus. Their mythological profile is identical. Who, then, in your scenario, would stand for the planet Jupiter in Greek mythology ... TALBOTT RESPONDS: There is no question in my mind about the equation of Indra and Mars. In the case of Indra, there are so many documented Martian attributes and episodes as to make the case airtight. Indra is a ...
275. Thoth Vol I, No. 25: November 3, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... David Talbott (firstname.lastname@example.org) [EDITOR'S NOTE: This continues Talbott's series of articles on the myth of the comet Venus.] 52-YEAR CALENDAR ROUND Across Mesoamerica, the combination of two calendars, the solar or ... to note that it seems likely to me that the names Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were merely names transferred from mythology by astronomers to those practically invisible planets and have nothing to do with the planets themselves. 2) I definitely ... that there have been repeated catastrophes. The layering of the surfaces of the Earth, Moon and Mars is not, in my opinion, to be explained purely by internal mechanisms and the present view of impacts is far too simplistic ...
276. Velikovsky: A Personal Chronological Perspective of His Final Years [Journals] [Aeon]
... as our talks centered around people we knew. Velikovsky, in reply to questions about Lewis Greenberg's investigations into the myths surrounding Venus and his contributions as an associate editor of Pensée, thought that Greenberg was rather precipitous in his use ... good doctor. One of these Berkeleyites brought with her a large, elaborate stream-of-consciuosness pen-and-ink sketch which bordered on pornographic mythology, that she presented to Velikovsky. But, to the breath-holding relief of the nearby observers, he refused to ... divergent views ensued, relating to the physical character of planetary bodies in a polar orbit. Juergens' grasp of mythic literature was limited, but he was highly skeptical of the conceptual models Talbott and I forwarded. However, he ...
277. Spectres [Books] [de Grazia books]
... quench his thirst en route by drinking up the rivers of China but succumbed finally of thirst. Cardona identifies the myth with the Phaeton myth and episode. Phaeton, eager to drive the Sun's chariot, did so incompetently. Legends ... to us. The cherished light was not to be turned on forever, for the Bible itself and every single mythology of the world tells with dismay of various succeeding ages when a darkness fell upon mankind. The Götterdämmerung (or ... Encyclopedia, defunct now for many years, carried a charming passage on the dragon: The dragon appears in the mythical history and legendary poetry of almost every nation, as the emblem of the destructive and anarchical principle; .. ...
278. The Ankh [Journals] [Kronos]
... 23) "My research [wrote Michanowsky] indicates that this heavenly event actually became the source of the creation myths, the cosmological concepts, and the cultural traditions of much of our civilization. Directly or indirectly, it produced ... , op. cit., p. 31. 36. J. Morgenstern, "Divine Triad in Biblical Mythology," Journal of Biblical Literature LXIV (1945), pp. 15, 16. 37. D. ... , "Let There Be Light," (see note No. 13), pp. 34-35, where other references are cited. 38. G. Michanowsky, op. cit., p. 74. 39. ...
279. Of Lessons, Legacies, and Litmus Tests: A Velikovsky Potpourri (Part One) [Journals] [Aeon]
... me that Velikovskians had a long way to go before they could satisfactorily defend the Velikovskian position. Topsy-Turvy Earth "Myths are obviously a very tricky source of historical information."- James Fitton, "Velikovsky Mythistoricus," Chiron ... and that "Velikovsky fails to consider (l ) the Sumerian sexagesimal system, (2 ) the theory of mythological diffusion, and (3 ) the relationship of ancient man's numerology to his overall mythoaesthetic needs" (p . ... ). Ferté argued that invariably a 360-day calendar was accompanied by the addition of five epagomenal days, something Velikovsky eschewed and discounted. The pretext for ignoring Ferté's paper, as Greenberg told me in early 1978, was that he ...
280. Further Comments on the Saturnian Configuration Theory (Forum) [Journals] [Aeon]
... . 100.  F. B. Jueneman, "The Polar Column: A Physical Model of Myth," AEON I:4 (July 1988), p. 46.  T. van ... . Moreover, the idea of a 45-year-long excursion into the inner Solar System  wouldn't begin to impress mythological engrams on the psyche of the human survivors. It's a wonder that there would even be any survivors of such ... be rather disappointed. I was fascinated with his electric Sun hypothesis, but Juergens himself wasn't into scientific interpretation of mythic themes, being otherwise occupied with contemporary science and its theoretical implications. David Talbott all but dismissed the magnetohydrodynamic concept ...
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