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51. Index of Titles
... Course of World History: The Mammoth, The Ankh, The Ankylosis in the Chronology of Reconstructed History? Ankylosis in the Chronology of Reconstructed History? Annals of Sennacherib- Anstey was Mistaken, The Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism Announcement Announcements Annual General Meeting Anomalistics - a New Field of Interdisciplinary Studies Anomalous Condition of Venus and the Origin of the Solar System, The Anomalous Foucault pendulum Anomalous Occurrence of Crocodilia in Eocene Polar Forests Part Two Anomalous Occurrence of Crocodilia in Eocene Polar Forests Another Look at Velikovsky's Ages in Chaos Another Pot Plant Reply Another Pot Plant Reply Another Velikovsky Affray: the Histories Answer to "The Danunians and the Velikovsky Revision", An Answer to Clapham's ...
52. The Original Star of Dawn [Articles]
... The Original Star of Dawn Dwardu Cardona Let me begin by stating that the paper I am about to read is a shortened version of a much longer paper, titled "Morning Star," which is to be published in AEON at a future date. Having said as much, I wish only to add that, obviously, there is a substantial amount of information concerning the subject of my paper that will not here be gone into. Even so, what I shall be able to divulge in the short half hour allotted me should be of adequate interest and while the evidence I shall present cannot be considered to be complete, it should be sufficient as a foundation on ...
53. How Stable Is the Solar System? [Journals] [Pensee]
... the case that at first a new idea is regarded as not true, and later, when accepted, as not being new?"- Immanuel Velikovsky Ages in Chaos,. ix, 1952. In his writings Velikovsky contends that the solar system was not always stable, nor is it in the same state as that in which it originated; therefore it has a history. The Earth, as a member of this unstable system, has repeatedly been a participant in some discontinuous changes. A central feature of this theory is that these changes have occurred in many geological epochs, as well as several times in the historical past. The agents, external to the Earth, ...
54. RECONSTRUCTING THE SATURN MYTH [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon I:1 (Jan 1988) Home | Issue Contents Reconstructing the Saturn Myth David Talbott The origins of ancient mythology; the birth of the first civilizations; a violent history of the solar system: these are the primary themes of the general theory highlighted in the following pages. If the thesis is correct, then modern man has gravely misunderstood his own past and failed altogether to recognize the drama of human origins- the events by which man became man. I have called it "the theory of the Saturn myth," a rather untidy use of language perhaps, though the roots of the thesis do lie in the study of myth, and the planet ...
55. ASTROBLEMES AND GASTROBLEMES [Journals] [Aeon]
... ," with its connotation of a great Earth belch, seems highly appropriate for conceptual contrast with "astrobleme". Alliteration between "gastro" and "astro" emphasises the similarities in structures produced by two fundamentally different cratering mechanisms. Thus, after Dietz' and Grieve's quantum leap from the scale of known meteorites and suspected craters of such origins to the enormous basinal feature of Vredefort, intense interest was aroused and persists 27 years later. Recent papers of Nicholaysen, Reimold, Fletcher, Hart, Tredoux, Winter, and others (as well as their numerous coauthors) have resulted in little support for the astrobleme concept at Vredefort. Winter's assertive title, "Vredefort structure fits ...
56. Night of the Gods: The Stone [Books]
... fluid evaporates, and it is no longer sensitive."3 And this theory of mine may even point to the manner of the first smelting of an iron ore as an accident in the sacrificial fire. Meteorites. I would not here be misunderstood as controverting, in favour of the natural magnet, the other and the hitherto favourite meteoric origin of sacred stones, meteors containing as much as 90 percent of iron. The two origins would have been independent it is true, but not antagonistic. They are not alone compatible, but would have been mutually supporting tenets, facts, of primeval stone-worship. One class of stones came from heaven; the other pointed there. " ...
57. Recent Origin and Decay of the Earth's Magnetic Field [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol II No 2 (Dec 1977) Home | Issue Contents Recent Origin and Decay of the Earth's Magnetic Field Thomas G. Barnes Dr Barnes is Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at El Paso and consultant to Globe Universal Sciences, Inc., El Paso. This article is developed from one originally written for publication in Pensée. Measurements of the earth's magnetic field since 1830 show a continuing decrease in its strength. This decay follows an exponential curve, giving implausibly large values which imply a catastrophic origin or "re-energising" in the last few thousand years. ABSTRACT The only dependable historical data on the strength and direction of the earth's main ...
58. Origins of the Zodiac and some Horological Problems [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop No. 2 (July 1978) Home | Issue Contents Origins of the Zodiac and some Horological Problems Michael G. Reade THERE is a distinct similarity between the signs of the zodiac and the face of a modern clock. The 12 zodiacal signs are equally spaced around the zodiac, which consists of a belt of stars sited close to the ecliptic, marking a single complete great circle on the celestial sphere formed by the heavens. The sun passes once through each of the 12 signs in the course of a year; the moon passes through each of 13 signs in the course of a month (or did, when the year was precisely divisible into ...
59. The Albrecht/Glueck-Aharoni/Rothenberg Confrontation [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... on the other. The difference of opinion concerned the dates to be assigned to a characteristic Edomite pottery style found throughout the Negeb area. To Glueck, and subsequently to Albright, this pottery belonged in Iron II, datable conventionally to the period 900-600 B.C . By this view the ceramics are post-Solomonic, though perhaps having had an origin as early as the reign of Solomon. To Aharoni, the pottery is altogether pre-Solomonic and datable no later than the 11th century B.C ., with a possible origin as early as the late 14th century. The era is that of Late Bronze, but reaching well into Iron I. The two views were mutually exclusive with ...
60. The Primordial Light? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... physician. The planet Saturn, "encircled with A RING, donned of SERPENTS", a plate in Vol. VII of "Indian Antiquities" by Thomas Maurice (London, 1800). Testimony for the serpent motif in ancient cosmologies - and for an early knowledge of the rings? What is the reality behind Saturn's place as the original deity in cosmogonic myth? What is the significance of the "Golden Age" and other legends surrounding this planetary god? The following paper is based on an idea arrived at some years ago and presents the startling conclusions of the authors' researches into the traditions of peoples. The publication, in 1950, of Worlds In Collision heralded ...
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