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... the actual condition of the earth and a truthful account of the revolutions witnessed by men, we cannot call it myth. Let us follow this passing panorama a little further. Shall we consent to the claim that the birth of ... CD-Rom Home Canopy Skies of Ancient Man Celestial Records of the Orient Eden's Flaming Sword A Glance at Compartive Mythology Golden Age Canopy The Heavens and Earth of Prehistoric Man The Misread Record or The Deluge and its Cause Mythic Mountains The ... of Truth Celestial Records of the Orient Isaac Vail There is a very remarkable survival of canopy times chronicled in the ancient scriptures of the Japanese. I will note it here for the reason that the foregoing volumes in this series have ...
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72. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... , in turn, presupposes a closer proximity of Saturn to Earth. This is also borne by an Eskimo creation myth in which Ataksak, the god who emitted the primordial light, and therefore recognizable as Saturn, lives in heaven ... that time, in the dim prehistory of mankind, when the Saturnian Configuration had not yet been formed. In mythological jargon, the "world" had not yet been created. What this means I hope to elucidate in what ... and the Deep Dwardu Cardona See note * Below . 1. Introduction While the following study is based on the mytho-historical record, it is a highly speculative one. I make no qualms about it. It deals with that time ...
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... . It is also the Tree of desires or of ages, the kalpa-druma, kalpa-taru, or kalpa-vrikshas of Hindu myth, of which there are four planted on the four buttresses of Mount Meru, Vriksha - tree in the Rig ... , and rescued by Cybele. Nothing could be, for me, more direct and genuine and archaic in Cosmic mythology, if he had only added on the fact that the river Gallos must be viewed, like the Chinese Hoang-ho ... Yellow River, as a terrestrial continuation of the Milky Way or heavens-river. Thus Galatia where the Gallos flowed, and the Galli priests of Cybele, via lactea, or Milky Way all belong to a similar nominalism, as will ...
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74. Child of Saturn (Part VI) [Journals] [Kronos]
... that the orb was eventually accepted as a multi-faceted component of the deity can be ascertained from the universal content of myth. Thus the deity was believed to possess attributes which no human could duplicate or lay claim to. The Mother's ... that aspects of the Indic Mahadevi, whom Artur Isenberg had earlier identified as Venus,(2 ) were also mythologically related to Saturn. As Parvati, Kali, and Durgadevi, the goddess was, as she still is, ... by the patriarchal world with its different symbolism and its different values. . . . Two entirely different sets of mythical images met. Symbols of the masculine group replaced the images of Old Europe. Some of the old elements were ...
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... Origin-Auras-Zodiac and Occultism-Fixed Stars-Precessional Periods-Bible and Zodiac-Ten Sign Zodiac-Its explanation-Zodiacal Light-Building of the Zodiac or the Heavens-Calendars-Commencements-Zo iacal Signs, their Myths and Legends, their Rulers and Astrological Significance-The Pleiades-The Fixed Stars-First Globe or Chart- Zodiac and its Mystical Relation to ... , Alan. CHAPTER II THE "EYE" OF THE GODS We owe more today than is realized to the mythology of the past, with its symbolic teachings and traditions of the sun and the moon and the stars. Because ... to man through stellar influence, hence Astrology's sacred priority among the sciences of the ancient world. Astrology Is the Mythic Word operative through stellar force. CONTENTS Book Two "As it is in the Heavens so will it be on ...
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... is History by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents Contents | Intro Cosmological Interpretation The First Cycle of Myths The Second Cycle of Myths The Third Cycle of Myths Capture Cataclysm of Luna Appendices Notes First Section Myths of the ... text proper of the Apocalypse, is in every way beyond the scope and interest of the present book. The mythological detritus which we find scattered in chapters ii and iii is culled from different parts of the Apocalypse itself. Being ... a voice'. The term `Great River Euphrates' has no geographical significance at all. It is the mythical world-encircling Okeanos, the Girdle-Tide, the Deluge-Reservoir of pent-up waters. The picture is exceedingly lucid; the Greek word ...
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... Cochrane, an American teacher of cultural anthropology, is the author of Martian Metamorphoses, The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion and The Many Faces of Venus and has published many articles on mythology and archaeoastronomy Introduction Despite the fact ... ) Conference Proceedings Ages Still in Chaos' Home | Issue Contents Implications for Chronology if Certain Historical' Characters are Mythological Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane, an American teacher of cultural anthropology, is the author of Martian Metamorphoses, The Planet ... nature - witness the virtually daily spectacle of terrorist acts in which innocent civilians are slaughtered over borders allegedly established by mythical figures thousands of years ago. The mind boggles at the realisation that modern governments are actually inspired by such notions ...
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... I Introduction The Bible begins with the Book of Genesis. The Book of Genesis starts with a group of cosmogonic myths, that is, myths dealing with the subject of genesis' proper: the coming into existence of man and ... world. This monumental mythological introduction is followed somewhat abruptly, by a mass of comparatively much weaker folk-loristic anti pseudo-historical material which purports to describe the beginnings' of the Jewish people. This latter material though interesting from many points of ... allow them to assay the characteristic kernel of the myths. However; the labours of the school of, comparative mythologists have not been in vain. Their most valuable contribution to science was the garnering of a great mass of mythological ...
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79. Myth and the Origin of Religion [Journals] [Pensee]
... Pensée Vol. 4 No 4: (Fall 1974) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered IX" Home | Issue Contents Myth and the Origin of Religion Vine Deloria, Jr.MYTH AS HISTORY Mr. Deloria, the author of Custer ... at once with a thick veil which conceals its real forms; this veil is the tissue of fabulous beliefs which mythology brought forth. Thus the believer, like the delirious man, lives in a world peopled with beings and things ... repeated and can be observed over and over again. It is something that happens to man, and men have mythical fates just as much as Greek heroes do" (7 ). Myths seem to be pre-established patterns of emotional ...
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80. Morning Star* [Journals] [Aeon]
... divinity- and with it a minor deity whom they referred to as Mistaken Morning Star. (45) The Myth which describes how Mistaken Morning Star came into existence need not be told here but its implication is stressed by Marion ... is this: Would such a rarely seen body, such a difficult object to observe, have inspired the numerous mythological tales associated with this planet? Could humankind have really counted this speck of light, seen for but a few ... is something else- which brings me next to Moe Mandelkehr's recent assertion that the Morning Star mentioned in the earliest mytho-historical records was not originally the planet Venus. (10) One thing that can be stated for certain is that ...
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