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1. Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art [Journals] [Aeon]
... traditions, another record exists which offers evidence in support of recent changes in the solar system- namely, prehistoric rock art. Ancient skywatchers from around the world have been drawing pictures of the celestial bodies since time immemorial, and the fact is that such pictures cannot be made to accord with the current arrangement of the solar system. Prehistoric Petroglyphs of the Sun The discovery in 1879 of spectacular paintings in the caves of Altamira (Spain) was initially met with disbelief and ridicule, so radical was the idea that Stone Age men could have created art of such sophistication and beauty. It was only upon the discovery of similar finds in France, Portugal and elsewhere in Europe that ...
2. Internet Watch [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... meaning, 10: The Priestly function of New Testament women hid in front of us for 2,000 years! (Published by Sigma Services Ltd at Fredericton, N.B ., 1990, ISBN 0-9695425-0-X, US $19 95 plus $3 95 p&p from Houlton, ME. U.S .A .) Petroglyphs and Rock Art Dating Techniques?sci.archaeology 28-31.7 .95 Leigh Marymor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lisa Rankin (email@example.com.McMaster.CA) In addition to the ancient literary traditions, another record exists which offers evidence in support of recent changes in the solar system namely, prehistoric ...
3. Rock Art and Petroglyphs in Valcamonica [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1997:1 (Sep 1997) Home | Issue Contents Rock Art and Petroglyphs in Valcamonica http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/2384/index.html From 1988 the SocietÓ Cooperativa Archeologica Le Orme dell'Uomo (Footsteps of Man Archaeological Cooperative Society) is investigating early Rock Art (from Neolithic to Iron Age) at the most important sites in the Italian Alps: Valcamonica and Valtellina. With the WEB we are working on the biggest data "store" ever created by man: if Rock Art plays a good role in the WEB, it's sure that the WEB could play the best role for Rock Art. We need ...
4. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ) Home | Issue Contents News from the Internet In December 2003, an article quietly appeared in the IEEE publication Transactions on Plasma Science called "Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current, Z-Pinch Aurora as recorded in Antiquity" by Dr Anthony L. Peratt, from Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM. The article concludes that petroglyphs (or rock art) often represent a plasma "instability" that Peratt sees in his laboratory, and must have been seen by ancient man in the skies. Peratt's research was inspired by Dave Talbott, author the Saturn Myth, and Wal Thornhill whose articles on The Electric Universe have appeared in SIS publications. Their forthcoming book, ...
5. The Alphabet and the Saturnian Configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:5 (Jan 2000) Home | Issue Contents News Flash The Alphabet and the Saturnian Configuration Tania ta Maria A set of new petroglyphs were discovered in 1954 by John Darnell, an assistant professor at Yale University, in a remote desert area of Egypt. Dated to 1800 B. C., they are thought to be the prototype of the Hebrew, Greek, Cyrillic, and Roman alphabets. P. Kyle McCarter, of the Johns Hopkins University, has stated that these petroglyphs are "as close as we have come to the invention of the alphabet." Alphabetic writing which had been discovered earlier in the Sinai desert had been dated to ...
6. NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ...17..475D Light/Shadow Interactions at the Great Gallery I. R. Little-Marenin, S. J. Little and G. Cox in American Astronomical Society Meeting 199, #15.03. The Great Gallery is a wonderful collection of rock art in Horseshoe Canyon (Canyonlands National Park). Both pictographs and petroglyphs are found there. [. .] A paint chip from a fallen piece of an anthropomorphic figure has been 14C dated to 1200-1400 BC. Solar Significance of a Double Spiral Petroglyph in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico A. Sofaer, R. M. Sinclair and E. Brechner in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. ...
7. Ladder to Heaven [Journals] [Aeon]
... a sufficient increase in current, the toroids tend to flatten out, thereby presenting the appearance of "rungs" or "steps." Figure Seven, adapted from Peratt's article, offers an example of the ladder-like structures in a stack of toroids generated by high-energy-density experiments. Comparing the forms produced in his laboratory with the peculiar images recorded in petroglyphs around the globe, Peratt discovered a remarkable correspondence: "The petroglyph carvers have managed to capture all of the phases of the Z-pinch instability seen in the laboratory. These phases include the ladder and enclosed ellipsoidal top-most toroids."  Figure Eight With a further increase of current, the toroids begin to curl inwards, displaying ...
8. Prelude to Creation [Journals] [Aeon]
... were more pencil-like than photographic. It was hard to believe that someone outside the space-plasma community had knowledge of these. When I inquired further as to their source, I was told they were carved on rock. I immediately wanted to know where these rocks were stored. It was at that point that I found out that they were called petroglyphs and existed all over the world."  The resemblance between prehistoric petroglyphs and plasma instabilities so intrigued Peratt that he, together with some interested volunteers, went out of his way in self-conducted field explorations to photograph as many of these depictions as he could find in America's south-western states. Before long he was collecting similar pictographs ...
9. Snapshots of the Gods? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... shows a wedge-shaped Helen appearing trismatically between the Dioscuri. Even earlier in fig. 20, she appears with crowned head looking somewhat like Olive Oyl. In fig. 21 she is kidnapped and taken aboard ship to Troy. Helen does not seem her best, looking more like wedge than woman. 5. The Entering Wedge Fig. 22 Petroglyph from Utah Fig. 22 is a petroglyph from Utah that authorities nervously date to post 11th century AD. Look how it resembles fig. 20! In both, a wedge shaped horned entity grasps a ring from which flow chevron-like waves. Moreover, to the right of each entity is a span or arch of similar style. How ...
10. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... is "Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths: A Critical Inquiry." 22 Nov. David Elkington. "Where Myth & Linguistics Meet". Author of "In the Name of the Gods" highlights some surprising connections between the origin of words and their mythic ties. 8 Aug. Jay Wakefield Reinoud de Jonge: "Petroglyphs As Navigational Pointers". Decoding of the design of certain megalithic sites and petroglyphs as maps and navigation routes. Supporting evidence from Egyptian and other measurement of distance, early compasses and the ancient copper mines of Isle Royale. 4 Jan 2002. Rens van der Sluijs: "Ancient New Years Celebrations". Comparative mythologist finds the unified ...
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