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571. The Primordial Light? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... consequence of the breaking-up of proto-Saturn. 6. Mythology of the Flood There is a universal mythology dealing with the Deluge of Noah (91). A tale in which mankind is destroyed by water with the exception of one man (or a few) who escapes in some kind of craft is common to the Greek (Deucalion), Persian (Xisthros), Hindu (Manu), Jewish (Noah), Chinese (Fo-hi), Akkadian (Utnapishtim) and Mexican (Nota) mythologies, to name but a handful of the many. It appears likely that the source of the Flood waters was the body Saturn. Sieff (92) interprets Job's narrative in just ...
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572. The End of Mitanni and Some Related Problems [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... kings at Babylon.97 Taken over all, it seems pointless either for Hewsen or for followers of Velikovsky to continue claiming that the Neo-Babylonian kings could have had any connection with- let alone be identical to- a number of rulers governing the very real Hittite civilization centered in Anatolia. Their chronologies for the history of Anatolia prior to the Persian invasion are a series of confusing statements that either completely ignore or attempt to mutilate the Hittite archives. The end result is that by engaging in this practice they end up denying the very structure they advocate.98 Notes and References 1. A reasonable outline of this period is given in the Encyclopedia Britannica (hereafter abbreviated EB), ...
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573. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the endlessly fascinating problems of the "Sea Peoples" and the end of the Late Bronze Age in the Eastem Mediterranean. New Books RAMSES II AND HIS TIME by Immanuel Velikovsky (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, £6 .95). July. The third volume in the Ages in Chaos series deals mainly with the century preceding the Persian conquest of Egypt in 525 BC (the starting point of Peoples of the Sea), and once again demonstrates Dr Velikovsky's erudite and controversial scholarship. Pursuing has realignnnent of ancient history, Velikovsky argues that this era dominated by the Neo-Babylonian or Chaldean Empire, was also the time of the 19th Dynasty, casting Ramesses II as the Pharaoh ...
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... cogently Comparing one great name with another requires more than a few coincidences of stories and events, however compelling these may be. To equate them requires that everything which applies/does not apply to one must apply/not apply to the other'. He then tried to pin Sweeney down to answering such specific questions as which Assyrian\Persian ruler defeated Israel and when? ', who sacked the temple in Jerusalem, and when? ' and which ruler allowed the Jews to return to Judah and when? '. To be fair, Sweeney has also attracted some support. Clapham [5 ] said The Pyramid Age is good value, with some points that are not ...
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575. Nebuchadrezzar and Neriglissar [Journals] [SIS Review]
... because of the Egyptian system, whereby the days remaining in a king's accession year are reckoned as his first year, they give Amasis only 43 full years [13]. The Egyptian nonaccession-year system also demands that Psamtek III's 6 months be chronologically counted as one year. Psamtek III had reigned for six months when he was dethroned by the Persian king Cambyses, who then ruled Egypt for the last four years of his reign. The date of his conquest, May/June 525 BC, is firmly established and accepted by all authorities [14]. Thus the chronology of the XXVIth Dynasty is firmly and independently established. The results are summarised in the following table: - ...
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576. The Genesis of the Jerusalem Scripta [Journals] [SIS Review]
... opening - by then we lived in Jerusalem.) When all this took place, I could not have anticipated that decades later I would write a volume on Peoples of the Sea, as a part of my reconstruction of ancient history, and Pereset would largely figure in it; and that I would be able to show that Pereset were Persians and not Philistines, and that the time was not before the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites, but long after the destruction of the Judaean monarchy. A work in the volume on "Orientalia", by E. MAHLER of Vienna, dealt with the chronology of the el-Amarna Period; of it, too, I could not ...
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577. Our Tilted Earth [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... arisen at the earliest in the 17th century BC. The inference that either the tombs must be dated much later than they are or that alphabets arose earlier requires, in either case, a major chronological revision. Lasken, naturally, chooses to explain these marks by suggesting that these 1st Dynasty' tombs are, in fact, from the Persian or Ptolemaic period. That illiterate pot makers just happened to choose these marks by accident seems unlikely, but I note that 40% of those shown in the paper do fit what appear to be fairly universal signs of the polar configuration as described by David Talbott. It is therefore possible that they are universal preliterate holy signs and that ...
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578. Thoth Vol I, No. 3: February 18, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... the dramas of the New Year, symbolically the passing from one age to another. Though his identity is inseparably tied to the Universal Monarch, he nevertheless emerges in distinction from that god as his *son*Šthe younger version, or *rejuvenated* form of his own father. Examples would include: Egyptian Osiris, Akkadian Marduk; Persian Ahura Mazda; Norse Balder; Hebrew Yahweh; Phoenician Bel, Greek Zeus. So there are just seven archetypal personalities of myth, if you count them in this way. We are not separating the chaos monster into it's male and female aspects, so we count only one monster. We *are* separating the Universal Monarch into ...
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579. Chaos and Creation [Books] [de Grazia books]
... to the latest excavations of many sites of the Near East at about 1200, labelling them as destruction by "Peoples of the Sea." In 1977, Velikovsky published Peoples of the Sea. But here the iconoclast was undertaking one task and that alone- of showing that Ramses III, and certain successors were of the time of the Persian conquests, that is, of the fourth century B.C . instead of the conventionally dated thirteenth century. An absolute and authoritative chronology was off by 800 years! In 1977, Velikovsky published Ramses II, whereupon a large chunk of the pseudo-historical plastering covering the "Dark Ages"- that connected with the "Hittite" Empire ...
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580. Noah's Ark -- Its Geometry [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... the rate of a centimeter per century if they rose up to trap the Ark in a lake of seawater, drained several months after the flood? How much evidence of catastrophe does Science need to seriously question uniformitarian dogma? Isn't it time for a serious examination of the history of man? Certainties The artifact is located 700 miles from the Persian Gulf and 2000 miles from the Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean is the only source of water that could supply an "unearthly" tide sweeping the Ark to Dogubayazit. To raise the Himalayan range, the flood had to have been approximately 3,000 feet deep at Sumer. It rushed overland, with the land rising under it ...
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