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501. Thoth Vol I, No. 2: February 5, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... subsequent issues of the THOTH newsletter: ^À New models of planetary history based on systematic cross-cultural comparison. Global myths and symbols of an alien sky. ^À Scars of planetary violence in the solar system, as exposed by ... of ancient history is alive and well based on an ever- deepening understanding of the ancient sources, records, mythologies, and cultural themes, as well as a developing understanding of the electric/plasma nature of the universe. ... did not start at the *most* elementary level. For example, Vine asked the question, How many mythical themes are there? Well, it all depends. At one level- the most fundamental level of all- there is ...
502. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... :1 Home | Issue Contents Letters Comets or configuration?I have been following Phillip Clapham's recent writings about British myths with great interest. I note that he is tending to explain most of the symbols and events in terms of ... mentions paired goddesses on horses and paired battling serpents, in these cases red and white, and in many other mythologies such paired images are seen in contexts where a better explanation is that they represent the two halves of the revolving ... of biblical data'. In fact Thiele dismisses a large amount of the biblical data as faulty, inventing a mythical third Israelite kingdom of Ephraim' and correcting' several biblical synchronisms. Ms Garbett may feel comfortable inventing a second ...
503. Thoth Vol I, No. 10: April 22, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... to the modern translator. They declared that the distant planets were the *gods* of former times. Sumerian myths, we noted earlier, say that the rites and standards of "kingship" descended from the central luminary An ... a transcript of the Hindu Yama, founder of the Golden Age, was also linked to Saturn. The Chinese mythical emperor Huang-ti, first in a great dynasty of kings and mythical founder of the Taoist religion, was identified astronomically ... is shown holding or turning a great celestial wheel. Apart from a few experts on Babylonian astronomy, historians and mythologists as a whole seem to be unaware that in Babylonian astronomical texts, the sun god Shamash and the planet Saturn ...
504. The Early Years: Part Two [Journals] [Aeon]
... Velikovskianism of the future. The first of these was Pan-Babylonism, the notion that the world's systems of math and myth had their origins in Babylon and had then spread outward by diffusion; in 1920, the school's founder Friedrich Delitzsch ... 6 ) as early as 1910, Abraham had applied the psychoanalytic method to Adalbert Kuhn's "meteorological" interpretation of mythological symbols, replacing sexual conflicts for the forces of nature as explanatory devices. One could make a case that Velikovsky ... achieve an understanding of the catastrophic origin of the "archetypes" and for relying too heavily on the Cabala, mythical symbolism, alchemy, and the dreams of mystics. (49) Second, although he did not write extensively ...
505. The Laughing Gods [Books] [de Grazia books]
... god, Deus Otiosus; he is a god who works as a ghost presence. Apollo has been moved in myth closer to the events of which we speak, for he is the slayer of the monster serpent Python. Python ... divine laughter. APOLLO Apollo, himself, is always a character of ambiguity and mystery. We have an abundant mythology about Apollo, from several cultures, but he has never been placed among the heavenly bodies, except that, ... bow and arrows fabricated by Hephaestus, ibid., 21.a . We must suppose this is an incidental mythical reversal of time. for Hephaestus, we reason, is active later than, unless he earlier participated in, ...
... 1945. H. S. BELLAMY. Built Before the Flood (second edition). 1947. Moons, Myths and Man (second edition). 1949. 409 APPENDIX I The Map' of Ttahua-Ntin-Suyu Diagram 51 shows a ... can be adduced (except "unremembered memories" of satellite worship, which, as I have shown in my mythological works, is, after all, the ultimate basis of religion'). -H.S .B ... involved by our findings. Anthropologists, archaeologists, architects, biologists, geographers, geologists, geophysicists, hydrologists, mythologists, palaeontologists, technologists-who are tired of gnawing at already long clean-gnawed bones, will here find new meaty ones to ...
507. 'Worlds in Collision' After Heinsohn [Journals] [SIS Review]
... detached itself and attained its present orbit; this event was perceived by much of the ancient world in terms of myths of the dying and reborn god and of a son in relation to a cosmic mother [4 ]. Given ... ], pp. 49-63 surveys recent astronomical scenarios. 65.On the problem of the indeterminacy' of the mythological record see Wescott, R, Indeterminacy: Temporary, Permanent, or Indefinite? ', The Velikovskian, Vol ... 1. No. 1, 1993, pp. 53-55 and also Mullen, W, Cenocatastrophism', in Ginenthal, C, ed., Proceedings of the Immanuel Velikovsky Centennial Celebration, New York, 1997, pp. ...
508. Thoth Vol II, No. 4: February 28, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... arose in the shadow of sweeping planetary upheaval, and in these violent events one discovers the experiential taproot beneath ancient myth, ritual, and symbolism. So too, these events will help to illuminate hidden urges and fears that still ... , PhD THOTH can be one of those drawing boards on which we build a new model, deeply rooted in mythology and stretching to the infinity of the electric universe. And it's not limited to the extremes of prehistory and cosmology ... interpretation needs revision in light of the latest data (above). [WT] I welcome input from the mythologists on Kronia, but I think that the very earliest references to Mars as a blue planet indicates that it had ...
509. Some Religious Themes in the Light of Velikovsky et alia [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of this ancient cult which was once the only universal religion. I base this conclusion on the similarities among the myths which are common to all faiths: the Tree of Life, the Rivers, the Supreme God, and the ... Mary in no way resemble each other, and in fact, Anat resembles the Archangel Michael much more closely in mythological terms. The Sword of God Mars is traditionally the warrior planet, and Velikovsky deals with the subject in depth ... just as he deals with that planet's connection with rodents, wolves and other creatures. One shape the planet adopts is the days of Isaiah is that of a sword. And all the host of heaven shall be dissolved .. ...
510. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to local phenomena, which is a lame finish to discussions and maps showing how widespread and similar are the flood myths from around the world. Strangely, Rezanov follows this immediately with an interesting description of the history of the Mediterranean ... here to back up the rumour of a Russian expedition supposedly finding evidence of ruins in the Atlantic. The Flood mythology is eventually dismissed as due to local phenomena, which is a lame finish to discussions and maps showing how widespread ... relevant to modern historical studies, as he makes it abundantly clear that a great deal of what he cites is mythical or synthetic, having been manipulated by people who were trying to make use of it to advance their own interests ...
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