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51. Chronology [Books]
... stratigraphy is used to establish the relative chronology (see Part I, Chapter 1, Nos. 3 and 4). Strata containing the same fossils and the same human prehistoric implements may be considered as synchronous, although this may be subject to exceptions (as in the case of homotaxial strata, as seen in Part III, Chapter 1 ... . When the absolute chronology of a sequence is known, that of any synchronized sequence is also determined. 2. Where geochronology is applied (in geological times and in prehistory), the method of stratigraphy is used to establish the relative chronology (see Part I, Chapter 1, Nos. 3 and 4). Strata containing the ...
52. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... after the publication of Worlds in Collision , that its findings are still not applied to the solution of long-standing archaeological and historical problems. For instance, I have just read Prehistoric Avebury by Aubrey Burl (Yale 1979) in which the author outlines the history of Wessex from 3000 B.C . to c.2200 B.C . ... there is a "dark age" of some two to three hundred years. Then building activity restarted with the construction of Silbury Hill. These facts are unexplained by orthodox prehistories, but in the light of Velikovsky's version of events at this time one can explain the gap in activity as the result of a disastrous flood, and. the ...
53. Twilight of the Gods (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... world-wide monoculture, why not Atlantean theocracies all over the world? Michael Baran is making a valuable contribution in trying to break the last taboo: utilization of psychic resources in prehistorical research. Many researchers have used these resources to stimulate the imagination and as guides. I find it especially interesting how many researchers there are like Velikovsky who will work ... (July 1985) Home | Issue Contents BOOK REVIEWS Twilight of the Gods (Review)By Michael Barah Reviewed by Barbara Clow Michael Baran's third contribution to the study of prehistory is a valuable investigation of Lemurian, Muvian, and Atlantean theories; it presents his overview of catastrophic theory and offers the general reader and scholar some tools for breaking ...
... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Britain's Great Antiquity Chapter V The Refugees "Archaeology is not one of the exact sciences." DR. MILLAR BURROWS. FOR some reason at a prehistoric date the Dordogne region of France became the centre of attraction to a number of tribes, ... Dionysiac ritual dance as has been claimed, and as it certainly resembles from what we know of that cult, the Cro-Magnons must be brought to a far later period in prehistory. Herodotus says that the god Dionysus appeared long after other deities and dates him from the foundation of Thebes by Cadmus. Cadmus himself was said to have taken the ...
55. Observations At Kintraw [Journals] [Kronos]
... the permission of the authors and Cambridge University Press. - LMG ABSTRACT We have made six visits to the Kintraw site which has been claimed by Professor Alexander Thom as a prehistoric astronomical observatory used for the detection of the midwinter solstice. This claim has been disputed on several grounds, notably that the foresight is not visible from the backsight on ... . R. Whittle (B A R British Series 88). Moir, G. (1981). "Some archaeological and astronomical objections to scientific astronomy in British prehistory" in Ruggles & Whittle, op. cit. Patrick, J. (1981). "A reassessment of the solstitial observatories at Kintraw and Ballochroy" in ...
56. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... extreme descriptions, such as it being one-eyed, having a mouth in its belly and devouring the head of victims, seem distinctly mythological. Macmillan's illustrated encyclopaedia of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals, p. 261 Chalicotheres were huge browsing creatures, related to the hoofed animals, but exceptional in that they had large claws instead of hooves. They flourished ... ,000 years. They speak a language unrelated to any other spoken today and probably became isolated in the Pyrenean mountains at the peak of the last Ice Age. Egyptian prehistory The Times Literary Supplement 22.10.93, p. 27 Recent discoveries indicate that the period before the First Dynasty was just as culturally rich as the later ...
57. Index of Authors
... Legend Phillip Clapham, Letopolis: city of the thunderbolt Phillip Clapham, Milk and honey Phillip Clapham, Mythic Ireland by Michael Dames Phillip Clapham, Oedipus Questions Phillip Clapham, Prehistoric Astronomy and Ritual Phillip Clapham, Response to Lasken Phillip Clapham, Sea Level Changes Phillip Clapham, Shamir Phillip Clapham, Sir Norman Lockyer (1836-1920) Phillip Clapham, ... and Ancient History Alasdair N. Beal, Einstein and Relativity Alban Wall, A Calendric View Of Stonehenge Alban Wall, An Ancient Celtic Water Cult: Its Significance in British Prehistory Alban Wall, Ancient Astronomical Values Revealed in The Book of the Secrets of Enoch Alban Wall, Ancient Greeks in America Alban Wall, Setting And Using The Stonehenge Nineteen ...
... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part Three: The Cult Of The Underworld Chapter V The Secret Of Iona "Phoebus, where'er thou strayest far or near, Delos of all thy haunts was still most dear." HOMER Hymn to Apollo. APOLLO was especially the deity beloved of the Ionians ... the mined vestiges of a temple of Apollo. Geographically it lies nearly 60 miles distant from Euboea and the mainland, and those who analyse Greek geography in the light of prehistory can scarcely accept it as the birthplace of the Hyperborean deity. For the Hyperborean origin of both Apollo and Artemis is too firmly established to be shaken, and when ...
59. An Integrated Model for an Earthwide Event at 2300 BC. Part II: The Climatological Evidence [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ; see also Lamb, op. cit. , pp.119-20 13. A. C. Paulsen, "Environment and Empire: Climatic Factors in Prehistoric Andean Culture Change", World Archaeology 8 (1976/77), p.122; see also A. V. N. Sarma, "Holocene Paleoecology ... R. W. Fairbridge, The Encyclopedia of Geomorphology (Reinhold, 1968), p.533 4. W. R. Hurt, "The Altithermal and the Prehistory of the Northern Plains", Quaternaria 8 (1966), pp.104-6 5. B. Bell, "The Dark Ages in Ancient History, 1. ...
60. Sightings - Astrology/Astronomy [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... (D ) And, as a consequence, did not a completely unsuspected history of the human race - in the form of the recorded myths of ancient and contemporary "prehistoric" (nonliterate) peoples - lie gathering dust in libraries around the world? In Incan myth, astrology & astronomy are constructed to describe the skies of a particular ... represented the "software" that would show us how to run the "hardware" of ancient astronomical monuments? (C ) Was it not possible that the term "prehistory" was a misnomer if oral tradition possessed the means to transmit not only the seminal philosophical ideas of the human race, but the precise skies (i .e ...
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