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... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part Two: The Ante-diluvians Chapter I The Flood In Scotland The study of antiquity is the study of ancient history; and the proper business of an antiquary is to collect what is dispersed, to examine controverted points, to settle what is doubtful, and by ... there. The last name it derived, NILE, is from Nileos, a king of those parts."1 Can we derive any substance from this apparent phantasmagoria of prehistory and geography entirely opposed to all our notions of the past? It is true that Osiris was admittedly recognized as having been a mortal king, who was supposed to ...
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... - II Aster and Disaster: The Golden Age - I Aster and Disaster: The Fallen World Aster and Disaster: Toward a Catastrophist Mode of Mythological Interpretation Asteroid Researcher Discovers Prehistoric Moon Map Astral Kingship Astroblemes And Gastroblemes Astronomer Sees Red Astronomers Find Nearby Stars Constantly Bombarded by Comets Astronomical Basis of Egyptian Chronology, The Astronomical Dating and Calendrics Astronomy and ... Past (Review) Ancient Astronomical Values Revealed in The Book of the Secrets of Enoch Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination Ancient Calendars Ancient Celtic Water Cult: Its Significance in British Prehistory, An Ancient Giants and Gods Ancient Greeks in America Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective Ancient History Study Group, September 1993 Ancient History Study ...
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... Catastrophism Old & New Plato's Atlantis and Prehistoric Europe Peter James Don Robins does not appear to have materialised; Peter James got the proceedings going by distributing a photocopy of a table he compiled on the basis of Dorothy B. Vitaliano: Legends of the Earth : Their Geologic Origins (Indiana University Press, 1973), pp. 218-251 ... geometry, the world of forms, the nature of man and the possibilities of an ideal state. Into this conversation is introduced a piece of what Plato claims was genuine prehistory rather than fiction. He throws in an extraordinary story of a time, millennia before the Athens he knew, when the world was divided between two power blocs as ...
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... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Britain's Great Antiquity Chapter III The Cimmerians and Phaeton "The real past is a book sealed with seven seals." DEAN W. R. lNGE, D.D . FAR too little has been written of the Cimmerians, although they are ... and certainly most important peoples of past history, largely the teachers of mankind. The reason why they are so little known and understood is mainly due to the neglect of prehistory especially in its relation to the north. Jordanis, the Gothic historian, described the North as the "forge of mankind", a true philosophical saying, but ...
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... Alert to those scholars with pieces to the puzzle of planetary catastrophism, his passion is to assemble the big picture'. Summary The strongest conventional argument against planetary involvement in prehistoric catastrophes is that a Newtonian system should have some orbits showing evidence of recent encounters. It is argued that the fault in this argument lies in our misunderstanding of the ... of gravity. Evidence is presented that certain planets were much closer to the Earth in prehistory and the nature of that evidence lends support to a new model of gravity. The strongest conventional argument against planetary involvement in prehistoric catastrophes is that, if Venus once moved on an unstable path, we should expect its orbit to still show marked eccentricity ...
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26. New Fashions in Catastrophism [Books] [de Grazia books]
... giant, Time. To defeat macrochronic arguments he carried forward the order of catastrophic topics, still valid, with new evidence from biostratigraphy. Although he advanced catastrophic evidence into prehistorical and even historical times, he hardly advanced the theory and methodology of time determination. He did not attack the long-time conventional view of Earth history. The best work ... The Role of Large Meteors in Earth Science. Also more daring and provocative, and also highly professional in method, is geophysicist Melvin Cook's work that I already mentioned, Prehistory and Earth Models, published obscurely in England a decade later, which employed purely terrestrial forces in explaining Earth's features. Both books are superior in method to Velikovsksy's book ...
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27. Victory of The Sun [Books] [de Grazia books]
... "A Wonguri-Mandzikai Song Cycle of the Moon-Bone," XIX Oceania (September), 16-50. Berry, William B. N. (1968), Growth of a Prehistoric Time Scale, Freeman, San Francisco. Bibby, Geoffrey (1969), Looking for Dilmun, New American Library, Mentor Books, New York. Bidez, ... H. S. & P. Allan (1956), The Calendar of Tiahuanaco. Faber & Faber, London. Bender, Barbara (1975), Farming in Prehistory, John Baker, London. Benedict, R. (1935), Zuni Mythology, Contributions to Anthropology No. 21, Columbia University, New York. Bentley ...
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... a Bronze Age culture that appeared in that region between 2500 BC and 2000 BC. The existence of this culture disputes previous scientific opinions that south-east Asia was relatively backward in prehistoric times. The origin of the culture has not been established [108]. Australia and the South-western Pacific There appears to be good evidence of significant cultural change in ... which apparently came from south China [110]. This dating is dependent on cultural synchronisation with adjacent regions. Pirri points, Australia (after G. Clark: World Prehistory in New Perspective, Cambridge University Press, 1977, p. 466) Westward movements to Melanesia have been determined by palaeolinguistic analysis of the Austronesian language, supported by ...
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29. The Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Review]
... By using information from a wide span of human existence and knowledge, the Electric Universe can provide answers to many questions that seem unrelated. For example, records of the prehistoric sky can help unravel the recent history of the planets and the planets bear witness with pristine scars of cosmic encounters. The result is an exciting Big Picture' that ... our dramatic prehistory and essential connection with the universe. In questions of science the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. ' Galileo Galilei What is wrong with the present cosmology of the Big Bang that suggests we should think again? A journalist has written:'... for sheer extravagant implausibility ...
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30. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... with that of David Talbott and others, Frederick Hall embraced the same idea, presenting it in a speculative scenario concerning the history of the Solar System. (5 ) Prehistoric man, ignorant of astronomical matters, would not have been able to deduce that his world was a satellite of another planet. But, being close enough to Saturn ... following study is based on the mytho-historical record, it is a highly speculative one. I make no qualms about it. It deals with that time, in the dim prehistory of mankind, when the Saturnian Configuration had not yet been formed. In mythological jargon, the "world" had not yet been created. What this means I ...
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