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101. Thoth Vol I, No. 12: April 29, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... all of today's Native Americans. Until now, most anthropologists thought that the earliest humans to in- habit the Americas all resembled today's Asiatic peoples, popularly called Mongoloids. Prehistoric Americans are thought to have migrated from Siberia into Alaska and then spread southward, probably during an ice age when sea levels were hundreds of feet lower than now, ... ON EUROPA.......................Wal Thornhill PUTTING A NEW FACE ON PREHISTORY........................News Item- Quote of the day ...
102. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Troy, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER TWO The Burning of Troy [1 ] Scientists probing the subsoil in their attempts to build up the record of prehistoric and ancient humanity have paid little attention to ashes and other evidences of high heat and conflagration that they have encountered. We would agree with Claude F.A . ... (1967), 1399-1401 (the authors report that many pieces of asphalt litter the excavated ruin level). F. Wendorf, et. al., "Egyptian Prehistory," 169 Science (18 Sept. 1970), no. 3951, pp. 1163, 1169 and figure 1, speak of widespread brush fire in reference ...
103. The Rise of Blood Sacrifice [Journals] [Aeon]
... Dynastic civilization of the early third millennium follows notable flood levels at several important sites: Shuruppak, Kish, and Uruk among them... These levels close the last prehistoric period." (33) A celestial body called Inanna/Ish-tar/Nintu etc.- not always distinguishable from the Great Serpent- was singled out- for ... 23. K. Chang, The Archaeology of China (New Haven, 1963), p. 163 (emphasis added). 24. G. Clark, World Prehistory in New Perspective (Cambridge, 1977), pp. 63, 72. (NOTE: Clark seems to be in error here. Neolithic (Stone Age) ...
104. Thoth Vol II, No. 4: February 28, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... implies that further imagery will be complex. [WT] That was roughly Velikovsky's dating of the Martian event. I agree with the Saturnist position that these things were "prehistoric", with echoes into historic times. As I am in Western Australia and have to rely on satellite email (at $2 per min), or GSM ... drawing boards on which we build a new model, deeply rooted in mythology and stretching to the infinity of the electric universe. And it's not limited to the extremes of prehistory and cosmology. This fundamental shift in perspective holds exciting new opportunities for every aspect of human knowledge and research. For example: " . . .if there have ...
105. Pot Pourri [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and alliances with others from mutually unintelligible language groups, an alliance often directed against close linguistic neighbours. There is nothing to indicate that such was not also the case in prehistoric times. 4. From the reviewer's collected notes. 5. Improbable as it seems, this would provide the most appropriate time frame for the drowning of Graham Hancock's ... 14]. This leaves us with a Dark Age of (at least) 4000 years . Like Graves, Wilson uses the Argonautika to explore the late prehistory of the Black Sea region and the coastal Maghreb and finds scattered around the Black Sea a number of peoples exhibiting some strong affinities to the pre-Flood inhabitants of Turkey glimpsed ...
106. Floods and Tides [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the millions of years; newer techniques reduced the recurrence interval to about 2000 years [2 ]. Such cases should be borne in mind when considering the probable dates of prehistoric floods: are we viewing a 10 million-year effect or a 2000 year one? Are we dealing with a rapid series or very gradual pulses? More important to geomorphology ... by Patten, op. cit., 61. 10.R .L . Raikes, Unpubl. paper, "Ecological Role of Extreme but Predictable Climate Events on Prehistory with some examples, for comparison, of Unpredictable Events and Their Consequences;" "The Physical Evidence of Noah's Flood," 28 I Rag part I, 52-63 ...
107. An Empirical Approach to Collective AmnesiaA [Journals] [Kronos]
... the principle of earth-sky parallelism, the whole culture reflected the observable physical order. Marshack has already demonstrated that a quantitative analysis of the presumed exclusively symbolic and decorative aspects of prehistoric visual arts is justified, revealing strong evidence for prehistoric astronomy and calendrics (see KRONOS II:4 , pp. 37-42). How much more justified for historical ... theoretical departure; nurture not nature was the primary determinant in collective psychodynamics. As a foundation for his own theory, Freud had offered some vague period of uncivilized, instinct-driven prehistory when, he assumed, a variation of Darwin's fantasy of the primal horde was acted out universally (The Basic Writings of Sigmund Freud, pp. 915 ff. ...
108. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Three [Books]
... wife of Ningirsu. Ningirsu, as we have seen, developed from a Tammuz type, and Gula herself is a pansito of Innana, but separated from her in the prehistoric period. So completely has Gula absorbed the attribute of healing that few traces remain". Any connection between Gula and Ishtar, then, is medical rather than catastrophic ... of our modern leap year- is the subject of the next section. As for the five epagomenal days, those are dated by Murray to the Gerzian period of Egyptian prehistory. Unfortunately, she does not say what her sources are. Notice, too, that she does not tell us that the length of the actual year changed from ...
109. Metals, Salt and Oil [Books] [de Grazia books]
... J. Bergier, Eternal Man (Herts, Eng.: Mayflower, 1972), 58, 160; and also their Morning of the Magicians for many suggestions of prehistoric discoveries. 7. Op. cit., 197-8. 8. Fritz Heide, Meteorites (Chicago: U. Of Chicago, 1969), 44. 9 ... Ibid., 16. 10. Melvin A. Cook, Prehistory and Earth Models (London: Max Parrish, 1966). 11. 52 Sky and Telescope (1976) 429 citing a report by Walter Sullivan, NYT. 12. 2 Sci. Am. Supp. (1876), 510. 13. Stratigraphie Comparée. ...
110. Thoth Vol IV, No 13: Aug 31, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... a new plasma cosmology and an understanding of electrical phenomena in space could illuminate the new work being done in comparative mythology. In return the images of events witnessed in the prehistoric sky and their sequence could help unravel the recent history of the Earth, Mars and Venus. By accepting data over a far wider span of knowledge and human existence ... the Solar System, NASA 1976, H. Alfvén & G, Arrhenius, p. 257. The result is now a "Big Picture" that emphasizes our dramatic prehistory and essential connectedness to the universe. No longer do we have to look at ourselves and the universe through the distorting sideshow mirrors of modern science. ©Wal Thornhill ...
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