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... the primal body which Talbott would probably identify with Saturn). From the second came the English Tue- (an Anglo-Saxon war-god), the Latin Diana, and the Greek Zeus. And from the third came the Latin Luna and Lucetius (a by-name of Jupiter), the Gaulish Leucetios (a by-name of Mars), the Old Persian raucah-, heaven and, in Sanskrit, loka-, or world. Each of these bases produced names with disparate references: In the last case, as many as five distinct entities may have been designated. Apart from these nomenclatural ambiguities, there are, needless to say, other cases of divine names that seem to lack ...
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352. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... religion in Britain after the Roman conquest, when Roman and Celtic gods were amalgamated with an ease which indicated their common origins. First Crusader by Geoffrey Regan, Sutton Publishing, 2002, £20 This is a controversial argument that the first true crusaders came from the east in the 7th century after the defeat of the Byzantine Empire by the Persians. Their tales of adventure match those of the 11th century Western crusaders. Josephus By Tessa Rajak, Duckworth, 2002, £14 99 A well researched, up to date account of the life and times of this leading figure of Jewish and Graeco-Roman history. The Journey of Man by Spencer Wells, Ancient & Medieval Book Club, ...
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353. The Floods Of Deucalion And Ogyges, Part 1 Venus Ch.7 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... caused by the flood, the present land of Attica remained without a king up to Cecrops, a period of 189 years." Fragment of the Chronography in The Ante-Nicene Fathers, VI. 28. Numbers 24:7 . Cf. the vowels in the name in the Hebrew text of I Samuel 15. 29. Aeschylus, The Persians, 1. 37. See also Scholium to Aristides. Cf. Roscher, "Ogyges, als König des Ägyptischen Thebes," Lexikon d. griech. und römisch. Mythologie, Vol. 31, Col. 689. 30. The rabbinical sources say that Amalek went to conquer "the entire world." Seals of the ...
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... the representative of the celestial smith, the King, is himself frequently titled "Smith." Jenghiz Khan had the title "Smith" [n30 A. Alfbldi, "Smith As a Title of Dignity" (in Hungarian), in Magyar Nyelv 28 (1932), pp. 205-20.] 129 and the standard of the Persian Empire was the stylized leather apron of the Smith Kavag ( appendix # 11 ). The Chinese mythical emperors Huang-ti and Yu are such unmistakable smiths that Marcel Granet drew historic-sociological conclusions all the way, forgetting the while that Huang-ti, the Yellow Emperor, is acknowledged to be Saturn. And just as the Persian Shahs held their royal jubilee ...
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... and the Romans were victorious. Nahum was dismissed, laden with honors and treasures, and the thieves, who had betrayed themselves by claiming the precious earth, were executed, for, naturally enough, Elijah works no wonder for evil-doers. (49) Another time, for the purpose of rescuing Rabbi Shila, Elijah pretended to be a Persian. An informer had announced the Rabbi with the Persian Government, accusing him of administering the law according to the Jewish code. Elijah appeared as witness for the Rabbi and against the informer, and Shila was honorably dismissed. (50) When the Roman bailiffs were pursuing Rabbi Meir, Elijah joined him in the guise of a harlot ...
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356. Fire and Ash [Books] [de Grazia books]
... water or ice, would bring both conflagration and flood. Whether it crashed or not, the effects would still be similar. Donnelly produces an abundance of legendary accounts of the world in flames: from Druid mythology, Hesiod's Greek account, the Eddas of Scandinavia, Ovid's Roman account of Phaeton, the meso-American Toltecs' Codex Chimalpopoca, the Persians' Zend-Avesta, the Hindus' myth of Ravana and Sita, and the legends of the Tupi, Aztecs, Tacullies, Ute, Peruvian, Yurucares, Mbocobi, Botocudos, Ojibway, Wayandot, and Dog-Rib Indians, that is from one end of the Americas to the other, and across both continents. He quotes the Gothic Surt ...
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357. The Succession of Gods [Books] [de Grazia books]
... sources of religious practice and by the studies of modern socalled primitive peoples (whom we prefer to call "tribal"). All of the "great" religions begin their stories in the skies: The Judaic complex, the Greco-Roman complex, the Egyptian, the old Chinese religion of Heaven, the Meso-American complex, the Teutonic, the Persian, the Hindu. "The Chinese T'ien means at once the sky and the god of the sly." Among the less familiar religions, the Mongol, the Sumerian, the Babylonian, the Celtic, the Baltic, and the Slavic have nominated the sky and its god(s ) for preeminence. Not only this; so ...
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358. The Hyksos Were Not Assyrians [Journals] [Aeon]
... usual procedure would be to clear the earth down to rubble level, and then build on that. Unless a religious taboo required the removal of earlier stones and stonework, such material would make an excellent foundation. Therefore finding later buildings on top of earlier ones does not mean that the rebuilding had to follow almost immediately. 4) The Persian loan words- and there are not many of them- in the Samuel and Kings accounts can be easily explained as the work of Ezra the Scribe, the master-editor of the Hebrew Bible, who came from Babylonia and was a loyal subject of the early Persian monarchs. It is not "proof" that the accounts in question were ...
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359. Syria and Ugarit [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Age12 by about one and a half centuries, its end being associated with Hittite loss of power. In order to synchronize Nikmed with the end of Ugarit and with the reign of Suppiluliumas II (who Velikovsky most likely sees as Suppiluliumas III-Nabonidus of Babylon)13 he would need to restore Ugarit and thus end it at the time of the Persian invasions during Cyrus' reign. His placement of the invasion of Egypt by the so-called Peoples of the Sea, at c. 374,14 does not allow for the fact that nearly two centuries earlier the Persians- his "Sea People"- overran almost the whole of the ancient Near East. According to his scheme Velikovsky must ...
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360. Were The Hitites Lydians? [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... very clear that one of the most important economic and military powers of the 6th century was centered in Anatolia and Asia Minor. This was the kingdom of Lydia. So powerful had this nation been that they waged war on a regular basis against the Medes, and their last king, Croesus, had felt confident enough to attack the mighty Persians under their first Great King Cyrus. Clearly, then, the material remains of the Lydian Empire should be evident throughout 46 VELIKOVSKIAN Vol V, No. 1 Anatolia, and indeed their monuments should be well-known and celebrated. On the other hand, if the Egyptian 19th dynasty truly belongs in the same epoch as the Lydians, we ...
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