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... 8th century B.C ., in connection with the religious reform by Hezekiah.132 Following this discovery, digging was renewed in 1966 and 1968 below the so-called Sun-temple at Lachish, also a border-town at the southern boundary of Judah. The temple had been discovered and excavated 30 years earlier by a British team which ascribed it to the Persian period. As expected, an Israelite sanctuary was located below the remnants from later periods. This shrine, too, could be dated to Solomonic times.133 Lachish which also had been conquered by the advancing Assyrians, was later resettled by Edomites who, as usual, erected a sanctuary to their deity on what was holy ground of ...
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... . New Hyde Park, New York: University Books, 1960. 6. Budge, E. A. Wallis. The Gods of the Egyptians. New York: Dover, 1969. Two volumes. 7. Dampier-Whetham, William Cecil Dampier. A History of Science. New York: Macmillan, 1929. 8. Herodotus. The Persian Wars. Translated by George Rawlinson. New York: Modern Library, 1942. 9. Palmer, William. Egyptian Chronicles. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861. Two volumes. 10. Paterson, A. M. The Infinite Worlds of Giordano Bruno. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas ...
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523. Velikovsky in America [Journals] [Aeon]
... invented; the Greek history of the Mycenaean period is displaced and that of the pre-Alexander period is lacerated and Spartan and Athenian warriors, even those with well-known names, appear once more on the pages of history as archaic intruders out of the gloom of the past. (25) [W ]e cannot let Ramses III fight with the Persians and keep the hinges of world history in their former places...What a slide, what an avalanche must accompany such a disclosure: kingdoms must topple, empires must glide over centuries, descendants and ancestors must change places. And in addition to all this, how many books must become obsolete, how many scholarly pursuits must ...
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524. Thanatos and Anastasis [Journals] [Aeon]
... ] who by his divine nature remains ever the same in the same things...he who is and was and shall be, without beginning, middle or end, free from change, universal craftsman of the eternal divine nature." (62) An inscribed text on an Egyptian temple at the oasis of El-Khargeh, from the Persian Period, states that the great god Ammon-Ra is "the beginning which abides in all things, the god who was from the earliest times and shows himself in everything which is." (63) It is quite evident that the aforementioned bombastic divine pronouncements of Egyptian and Hellenistic paganism clearly served as a confluent wellspring for an emerging Christianity ...
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525. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... Earth and sky, or heaven, in time became ambiguous. Thus, to some Indians in Peru, heaven was referred to as the world above. (192) So also with the Iroquois Indians. What they referred to as the "earth" in myth turns out to be the dome of the sky. (193) Thus Persian lore asserts that "the sky is arranged above the earth" but also "below the earth." (194) For the sky to have been seen both above and below the "earth," the "earth" itself must have been in the sky. And this is verified by the same source when it speaks of ...
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526. Discussion [Journals] [Aeon]
... , lasts about 110 years (770-660 BCE) and not the 215 of the conventional model. It is clearly Egyptian. The late Egyptian period is thus reduced on my model from 755 to 330 years (660-330 BCE), the period of the 26th dynasty and its successors. This fits the pattern of Egyptian revivals, and the intermittent Persian dominance. Heinsohn gives it 200 years. I will finally add that the period of Tell el-Daba's glory, when it was the Avaris of the 15th Dynasty "Great Hyksos" for a century, was the Middle Bronze. This makes it perfectly understandable that the richest and deepest layers should belong to this period, whose three subdivisions, ...
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... ). The Romans, for instance, originally had a year of 10 months, each month made up of 36 days. The Mayans had 72 weeks of 5 days each. The Chinese had 24 semi-lunar periods of 15 days each. The Hebrews and Greeks had a 30 day month and 12 of them with no intercalary periods. The Persians had a calendar with two 180-day periods. All these systems were "changed" to 365 day systems within a few centuries after 701 B.C .E . 6. (p . 87, #4 ). The Moon also had a 30 day period and was in 12:1 orbital resonance with the Earth. The ...
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528. Joseph and Imhotep [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... pyramid, that of King Djoser at Sakkara, which still stands today. He was patron of scribes and the protector of all who, like himself, were occupied with the sciences and the occult arts. He became patron of doctors, accomplishing miraculous cures and, years later was identified by the Greeks with Asclepius. During the period of Persian domination, it was claimed that Imhotep was born of Ptah himself. It is thought that Imhotep was entombed in a mastaba near the pyramid which he built for Djoser but his remains have never been found. Joseph was the favorite son of Jacob who admired him both for his handsome appearance but who also recognized his superior intellect. Joseph ...
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529. The Scars Of Mars Part II [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... "led on," it is presumed, were not the sudden rain, but were comprised of massive tides from the Indian Ocean. But the rain was a significant contribution. Theory Number Two, sixthly, is harmonious with Talmudic source material. The following quotation, while not of Mosaic origin, is probably neo-Babylonian, Assyrian, or Persian, and was acquired during the Babylonian exile: The flood was produced by a union of the male waters, which are above the firmament, and the female waters issuing from the earth. The upper waters rushed through the space left when God removed two stars out of the constellation Pleiades. Afterward, to put a stop to the ...
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... myths make a change in, or of, Kimah responsible for the coming of the flood. All these references fit our theory of the capture of Luna. The name of Istar (as also of Esther) is related with the Babylonian Ishtar and the Akkadian Ashdar, meaning Queen of Heaven'. They are all related with the Old Persian word stara, star. The idea that the star' referred to is Venus' is in my opinion, not original. The heavenly body originally meant, I contend, is the planet Luna, only when the latter became our present Moon the meaning of Istar was transferred to the now brightest planet, Venus: The name of ...
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