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... are known to us. The transposition of real events into the supernatural domain of the gods and the assignment to myth also create great difficulties. Additional problems are due to the multitude of paraphrasing expressions as well as the use of ... , col.948. 35. Marvin H. Pope and Wolfgang Röllig, "Syrien" in Wörterbuch der Mythologie (Stuttgart, 1965) 1/2 . In the Canaanite region Attart, a feminine version of the masculine ... Astarte-Papyrus, in Pritchard, ANET, p. 17). 36. Eduard Meyer, "Anaitis" in Mythologisches Lexikon I, Roscher, ed., col. 331. Meyer, who mentions among others the Berosus fragment ...
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... articulated by its adherents, the scientific format supposedly provides the greatest assurance for advancing knowledge and ridding ourselves of prevailing myths; it is, in its purest expression, the guarantee that truth will emerge in spite of prejudice, faith ... 1968), p. 32. 21. For an elaboration upon this point see my chapter, "Social Mythology and Social Issues." Social Problems: Divergent Perspectives, L. T. Reynolds and J. M. ... , eds. (Holbrook Press, 1972): forthcoming. 22. See footnote 19. 23. F. Hoyle as quoted by R. E. Lapp, The New Priesthood (Harper and Row, 1965). ...
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... op. cit., vol. I, pp. 202 & 204-205 15. Robert Graves: The Greek Myths (London, 1955), p. 260 16. Graves: op. cit., p. 257 ... the lord of Shechem and Orus also the lord of Shechem. But there is more than this. In Egyptian mythology the thighs of this particular Horus are frequently mentioned [39]. But Jacob also had a sacred thigh which ... Duamatef and Qebhesenef, all of whom were very closely connected with the mshtyw or shoulder symbolism. Do these four mythical sons perhaps have some symbolic relationship to the four kings listed after Orus in Manetho, i.e ., ...
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544. Thoth Vol IV, No 3: Feb 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... Santillana and Von Dechend wrote in Hamlet's Mill - An Essay Investigating the Origins of Human Knowledge and Its Transmission Through Myth: ". .. we almost dare not admit the assumption .. . that our ancestors of the high ... associated with stones (meteorites) falling from the sky and global devastation. It is therefore of little wonder that mythic traditions were established in an effort to remind future generations of those terrible experiences. Recent evidence from genetic studies suggests ... have to make a conscious effort to give up their familiar references in an effort at understanding. As the comparative mythologist David Talbott has shown, we have simply assumed that the sky we rejoice in is the same as the sky ...
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... one house of the zodiac on the spring equinox and there are a whole series of numbers encoded in the ancient myths which relate to that figure of 2160 years. The ultimate authorities on this are Santillana and Von Dechend [2 ... distinctive, two felines back to back, and this is a symbol that we find again and again in the mythology of ancient Egypt. It is a very common feature of ancient Egyptian art called Aker: the gods of yesterday ... of one thing I am sure: rather more than 12,000 years ago a great civilisation that haunts the mythic memory of mankind was destroyed and left very few traces for us to identify. I return here to Plato and ...
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... is no surprise that Hermes was the principal deity in Britain, for his genealogical tree, as contained in Greek myth, shows immediately his relationship to the Ocean, the West, and to Atlantis. Mythologists made him the son ... veto, and in these matters science, as represented by the Cabin gods, was all-dominating. Hence Drui-Lanach. Mythology contains many instances of this miraculous Druid Lightning, as for example when the Seven Against Thebes besieged that city, ... great Cabin centre (as its founder, Cadmus, had been an Arch-Hierarch, or Arch-Druid), Amphiaraus, one of the Seven Argives, a seer, who had opposed the war knowing what lay in store, nevertheless fought ...
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547. The Founding of Rome [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Latin language reveals Mycenean traces. In consequence, the coming of Aeneas to Latium may not be an artificially created myth, but instead, in a certain sense, a tradition, that is, the echo of real occurrences, ... '; the scholarly scepticism of all legend until recently, especially when wolves and feral infants are tied to the mythical package- not to mention the hallucinogenic pantheon; the seeming circular confirmation of Etruscan-Greek-Roman interrelations; the ignorance and neglect ... great natural disasters, such as Aeneas encountered in Crete; alternative explanations of the Dark Ages, such as long-drawn-out climatic changes, restless northern tribesmen, and normal decay of civilizations; the injection of artifacts and personages falsely into the ...
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... out the Strait to its present depth. Ancient geographers refer to relative traditions, and the evidence of the relative myths should also not be disregarded. In the Pacific much land must then have been lost, the great land of ... several other submarine river valleys in tropical Africa, and elsewhere. It may, perhaps, seem strange to find mythological material mentioned as proofs' in a geological book, but the temptation for me who am really a mythologist is ... great to be resisted. I mean the loss of Atlantis, a traditional island of generous extent situated in the Atlantic Ocean to the west of the Pillars of Hercules, and hence in a very critical zone, which sank into ...
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549. The Founding of Rome [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Latin language reveals Mycenean traces. In consequence, the coming of Aeneas to Latium my not be an artificially created myth, but instead, in a certain sense, a tradition, that is, the echo of real occurrences, ... Egyptian; the scholarly skepticism of all legend until recently, especially when wolves and feral infants are tied to the mythical package, not to mention the hallucinogenic pantheon; the seeming circular confirmation of Etruscan-Greek-Roman interrelations; the ignorance and neglect ... great natural disasters, such as Aeneas encountered in Crete; alternative explanations of the Dark Ages such as long-drawn-out climatic changes, restless northern tribesman, and normal decay of civilizations; the injection of artifacts and personages falsely into the gap ...
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550. Chapter 16 Hittites ? Lydians [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Anatolia. "The Hittites adopted much of the [earlier] Hattic culture as their own, including religion and myth, technology . . . Scholars continue to search for original Hittite contributions . . ." 60 3. No ... a mythic hero "Upelluri, a giant who holds up the universe."37 This "parallels with Greek mythology: the giant who holds up the heaven and the earth is a figure of the Atlas type."38 ... and Greek culture might be explained by their both existing at the same time. For example, Moscati discusses a mythic hero "Upelluri, a giant who holds up the universe."37 This "parallels with Greek mythology: ...
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