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561. Thoth Vol VII, No 4: Jun 15, 2003 [Journals] [Thoth]
... PLEASE VISIT THE KRONIA GROUP WEBSITE http//www.kronia.com Subscriptions to AEON, a journal of myth and science, now with regular features on the Saturn theory and electric universe, may be ordered from this page ... is the key to the past. ' No astronomer is qualified to do a forensic examination of the earliest planetary mythologies and depictions of the sky to see if that sky looks familiar. The fact is it doesn't! That renders ... that a better theory of the formation of planets requires the observational skills of astronomers, the forensic input of comparative mythologists, the theoretical input from plasma physicists and the practical experimental capabilities of electrical engineers. Most importantly, the common ...
562. The Quantavolutionary Scan [Books] [de Grazia books]
... famed Troy IIg. Multiple volcanic venting and extra-terrestrial electrical encounter had to be invoked to explain the observed facts and myths. Uniformitarian methods of a century had failed to identify the problem precisely and permitted not a whisper about the high ... shell blasts off, and the wounded body bleeds these rays for thousands of years. The quantavolutionary thinks: "Mythology from several places reports that Saturn, the planet-god, flew into a fiery rage...Velikovsky in 1965 ... . Perhaps Urey is right in principle, wrong in time. Quickly the quantavolutionary puts on the cap of a mythologist. All heavenly animals (the Zodiac for instance) represent recognizable species; perhaps the most ancient men knew dinosaurs ...
563. On Comets, Comet-Like Luminous Apparitions and Meteors [Journals] [Kronos]
... star falling from heaven on account of which everything was burnt up.(14) In the nearly contemporary Ugaritic myths (Ba'al texts), is written the following concerning the goddess Anat:(15) "Up front, ... lamp-, sabre-, discus-, and horsemane comets. The sickle-comet Typhon is referred to in countless mythic tales; this comet must have changed its shape since Pliny refers to it as a "spiral-shaped fiery knot" ... Die Literatur der Aypter (Leipzig, 1923), pp. 59-60. 15. J. Aistleitner, Die mythologischen und kultischen Texte aus Ras Shamra (Budapest, 1959), p. 40 (Ba'al Text in 11 A ...
564. Dynamic Evolution of a Collinear Planetary System [Journals] [Aeon]
... (July 1999), pp. 23 ff. [2 ] D. N. Talbott, The Saturn Myth (N .Y ., 1980). [3 ] See here also, D. Cardona, " ... e.g . tidal and/or electromagnetic forces. Introdcution Analysis of the invariant elements in religions and in mythologies worldwide has led several scholars (e .g ., David Talbott [2 ] ) to introduce the idea ... Dynamic Evolution of a Collinear Planetary System Emilio Spedicato & Antonio Del Popolo Abstract Starting with Talbott and Cardona, some mythologists have been arguing that, during man's prehistoric period, the Solar System was configured radical different from the way it ...
565. Religious Elements in Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... supernatural, science in itself is not capable of justifying human action; it cannot even justify its own. The myth that it can, which was exposed as soon as science was mature enough to bear the truth, lives on ... this sort to prove the validity of this type of supernaturalism (the type is very commonly asserted in legends, mythology, and religious documents, as, e.g ., when Yahweh tells Moses to fetch the Elders on ... the way of theological findings and blend them into an integrated metaphysics, the whole of which addresses, not "mythical" or "rational" man, but the operative homo sapiens schizotypus. I have examined human mental structure and ...
566. The Last Supper [Journals] [Aeon]
... . 171.  H. Goedicke, in M. Rowland (ed.), Exodus: Myth or History (Hants, 1994), p. 3.  D. Cardona, "The ... Velikovsky, op. cit., p. 65.  W. Max Müller, "Egyptian Mythology," in Mythology of All Races, Vol. 12 (1918), p. 126. [34 ... The planetary identification of Set has not yet been satisfactorily settled, but it should perhaps be pointed out that some mythologists have compared him favorably with the Saturnian deities of other nations.  Taking the above into consideration, ...
... long existence for an empire with hegemony, both political and cultural, over the peoples around it; and the myth of the original gathering at Tula during the long night was undoubtedly one of the sources on which its claim to ... transmitted. We should not let these possibilities make us entertain fatalism. Nor should we let a mechanistic account of mythological events lead to pure materialism, a rejection of all the spiritual values experienced and formulated by our ancestors obsessed with ... of ideology or propaganda to justify their conquests. This would be merely one among many cases in which an ancient mythical obsession with preventing cataclysms falls later into the hands of people ready to use it quite differently from the original intention ...
568. Cosmic Heretics [Journals] [Aeon]
... of many distinguished scholars whose books had sold less. The dream of bestselling great books nevertheless carries on, a myth deadly to most and profitable to a very few. THE PRODIGAL ARCHIVE The other book, that which won Velikovsky ... What does he do?" "He lives here. He writes." "About what?" "Mythology, astronomy, the Bible, ancient catastrophes." "What does he live on?" "His books ... the case, Deg turned to reading Worlds in Collision, telling himself that it might be wrong, harmful, mythical, distorted, and incompetent; still his intuition was prompted by all that he had learned thus far: V ...
569. Imaginary and Expected Catastrophes: Apocalyptic Desire and Scientific Prognosis [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Braziers College Conference" Home | Issue Contents Imaginary and Expected Catastrophes: Apocalyptic Desire and Scientific Prognosis Gunnar Heinsohn I Myths and legends describing catastrophes of the Bronze Age provide the hardcore information for the texts of apocalyptic preaching. In mainstream ... to the common man. 2 Enlightened people who know that the Bronze Age was devastated repeatedly by global cataclysms whose mythological fallout fires the minds of apocalyptics. These enlightened people take pride in debunking the apocalyptics and, therefore, are ... Atlantic Books, 1993; E. Tollmann, A. Tollmann, Und die Sintflut gab es doch. Vom Mythos zur historischen Wahrheit, München, Droemer, Knaur, 1993; D.S . Allan, J.B ...
570. The Nature and Scale of an Exodus Catastrophe Reassessed [Journals] [SIS Review]
... catastrophe has affected the Earth in historical times, how do we decide which effects, and which reflexes in mankind's myths and legends, relate to which catastrophe? The problem is illustrated by another study I want to remind you of ... does not mean that we should relate every classical reference to the Typhon battle (or its various parallels in other mythologies) to the Exodus period. It was on this precise issue that Velikovsky referred to the difficulty of disentangling events ... had occurred at different times: a Jupiter-Typhon battle had already occurred in connection with earlier catastrophes (pp. 173-174). When discussing the remarkable catastrophic events attributed to the reign of the Chinese emperor Yahou, Velikovsky argues for synchronising ...
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