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261. Centuries of Darkness? - a Challenge to the Conventional Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... that the Israelite sojourn in Egypt, the Exodus and Conquest of Canaan never took place and adds that: "it is out of the question that Saul, David and Solomon as described as kings in the Bible, could have existed. I think the biblical accounts are wonderful stories, invented at the time when Jerusalem was part of the Persian Empire in the 5th century BC." Thompson bases this latter claim on the lack of evidence for a settled population around Judea and Jerusalem during the tenth century, when the United Israelite monarchy was supposed to have flourished. However, this statement is only true if the attribution of the relevant strata to the time of David and Solomon ...
262. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1976) Home | Issue Contents Focus LATE NEWS We have heard from Sidgwick and Jackson, Velikovsky's British publishers, that they understand the manuscript of People's of the Sea (Volume 5 of the Ages in Chaos series) is now (" at last") on its way to them. This volume, which deals with the era of Persian supremacy from 525 to 332 BC and the life of Alexander the Great, is scheduled for publication in Britain early next year. A.H .S .G The next meeting of the Ancient History Study Group has been put back to SUNDAY, 4th JULY at 7, Parkhill Road, Sidcup. All are welcome. S. ...
263. Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol III No 2 July 1981 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History Vol 0201 Texts Home | C&AH Home Catastrophism and Ancient History A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study Volume III, Part 2 July 1981 CONTENTS Freud and Velikovsky Bronson Feldman 69 Are the Peleset Philistines or Persians? Donovan A. Courville 85 Herodotus on Thutmoses III and Amenophis II Arie Dirkzwager 97 Departments Editorial Marvin Arnold Luckerman 3 Interaction In Support of Gammon , Donovan A. Courville 67 The Great Debate , Dudley Bromley 101 Another Pot Plant Reply , Lester Mitcham 108 On Solomon's Temple , Eva Danelius 109 The Lesser Light , James E. Strickling 114 The End of MBII , Stan F. Vaninger 117 Letters to the Editor Bookcase Copyright © 1981. ...
264. The Velikovskian [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 35 (USA), $40 (Canada), $45 elsewhere. Published quarterly by: IVY Press Books, 65-35 108th St, Suite D-15, Forest Hills, NY 11375. USA Tel: + 1 718 897 2403. Volume I Number 1 (1993) A Word about the Planetary Debate by Irving Wolfe Reflections of the Persian Wars by Charles Ginenthal Ancient Near Eastern Chronology Revised by Gunnar Heinsohn Calendars Revisited by Lynn E. Rose Indeterminacy: Temporary, Permanent or Indefinite? by Roger W. Wescott The Moon in Upheaval by Charles Ginenthal In the Beginning- A Review by Charles Ginenthal Pseudo-Scientists Cranks, Crackpots and Henry Bauer by Charles Ginenthal Volume I, Number 2 ( ...
265. Catastrophism and Ancient History [Journals] [Aeon]
... The End of Mitanni and Scme Related Problems. A. DIRKZWAGER, "Pharaoh So and the Libyan Dynasty." C. H. HAPGOOD, The Punctuation Marks of Geological History." III/2 . B. FELDMAN, "Freud and Velikovsky, Part M' D. A. COURVILLE, "Are the Peleset Philistines or Persians?" A. DIRKZWAGER, "Herodotus on Thutmoses III and Amenophis II." IV/1 . B. FELDMAN, "Freud and Velikovsky, Part II." L. J. MITCHAM, "Syria and Ugarit." G. HEINSOHN, The Israelite Origins of Monotheism and the Prohibition of Killing." IV/ ...
266. Zoroaster's Meteorite [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 1999:2 (Oct 1999) Home | Issue Contents Zoroaster's Meteorite 9 April 1999 From Sky & Telescope May 1999: During my search for meteorite craters in Iran, I have discovered 11 impact candidates. Some look so fresh that I hoped to establish a possible link between them and any large bolides recorded in the vast collection of old Persian manuscripts. This resulted in the discovery of more than 100 cases of large fireballs and meteorite falls and finds, including two possible crater-forming events. After reading Bradley E. Schaefer's account of "Meteorites That Changed the World" (Sky & Telescope, December 1998, p. 68), I would like to add another case of ...
267. The Olympian Rulers [Books] [de Grazia books]
... ? In 1515, Durer drew the first star map. Jupiter is a god-name that the Romans took from their Etruscan neighbors. "Jove" was an exclamatory form of Jupiter, whence we take Jovea here to denote the period. Zeus was the Greek equivalent. He was Marduk of Babylon; Shiva of the Hindus; Mazda of the Persians; Thor or Donar of the Teutonic peoples; Amon and Horus of the Egyptians; Zeden and also Yahweh (Jehovah) of the Hebrews. Pausanias gives 47 appellations of Zeus. A most common appellation has to do with his lightning-hurling. Shiva carries the lightning fork; so do Zeus and Jupiter. Sometimes names and traits of Saturn ...
268. Lisa Aaronson's Jerusalem Ancient History [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... JAH) is a revision of the history of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the ancient near east. This is the period beginning with the earliest urban settlement in the Land of Israel, and continuing up to the conquests of Alexander the Great (some sources end this period with either the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem under Nebuchadnezzar, or the Persian conquest of Babylon, but for our purposes, we have adopted the widest definition). Conventional history books give the beginning of the Bronze Age as anywhere from 4000 BCE to 3000 BCE. The JAH dates the beginning of the Bronze Age to after 2000 BCE. The basis of the JAH is the realization that the history of the ...
269. Kronos Vol. II, No. 4 Summer 1977: Contents [Journals] [Kronos]
... Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. II, No. 4 Summer 1977 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Father Kugler's Falling Star Malcolm Lowery 29 Psychology and Ancient Astronomical Discovery David Griffard 56 The Domination of Astronomy Over Other Disciplines . . . Lynn E. Rose 64 Jericho Immanuel Velikovsky 70 Peoples of the Sea: An Egyptologist's Reaction David Lorton 75 Philistines, Persians, and "Peoples of the Sea": A Problem of Ethnic Identity Roger W. Wescott 77 Peoples of the Sea: An Art Historical Perspective . . . Lewis M. Greenberg 88 "Astronomy and Chronology": An Assessment Lewis M. Greenberg 89 A Re-examination of the Sothic Chronology of Egypt Ronald D. Long 102 Notices ...
270. The Hurricane, Part 1 Venus Ch.3 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... stuff fell from the sky and participated with fire and water in the destruction of the world.(3 ) For five days, save for the burning naphtha and burning volcanoes, the world was dark, since the sun did not appear. The theme of a cosmic hurricane is reiterated time and again in the Hindu Vedas and in the Persian Avesta,(4 ) and diluvium venti, the deluge of wind, is a term known from many ancient authors.(5 ) In the Section, "The Darkness," I quoted rabbinical sources on the "exceedingly strong west wind" that endured for seven days when the land was enveloped in darkness, and the hieroglyphic ...
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