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... generally, and asks: If the Velikovskian catastrophes occurred, why are there no contemporary graphic records of them? ' As a novice in the field, Sagan should perceive that the great majority of ancient contemporary art is dominated by the theme of global catastrophes and celestial planetary deities in battle. In my lecture I referred to the Mayan, Olmec and Toltec art-and whoever visits Yucatan knows that virtually no other theme exists in this art. No dynastic or military exploits, but battles between planetary deities, and sacrifices to them-almost to the exclusion of other themes. The caveman pictures animals in global conflict; serpents fighting planets are a frequent theme in cave and mural art; and in ...
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