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... ) Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science (1977) .. . by Comyns Beaumont: The Riddle of the Earth (1925) The Mysterious Comet (1932) The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain (1945) .. . by H. S. Bellamy: Moons, Myths and Man (1936) Book of Revelation is History (1942) Built ... In the Beginning: God (1945) The Atlantis Myth (1948) A Life History of Our Earth (1951) .. . by Melvin A. Cook: Prehistory and Earth Models (1966) Scientific Prehistory (1993) .. . by Hugh Crosthwaite: Ka (1992) A Fire Not Blown (1997) .. ...
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62. Aeon Volume IV, Number 4: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... conclusion that the present stream of stars in the night sky known by that name was not the subject of such lore. Page 39 The Reality of Extinctions The extinction of prehistoric fauna due to celestial bombardment has now captured the imagination of scientists and laymen alike. Yet Peter Michael James is of the opinion that, while these extinctions were the ... throughout the Asia-Pacific region, which occupation he combines with writing. He has published several novels, prize-winning short stories, and non-fiction books on topics ranging from official corruption to prehistory and a new approach to geotectonics concerning which he has lectured in the United States and England. James E. Strickling is an engineer in the telecommunications industry. His ...
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63. Fire and Ash [Books] [de Grazia books]
... dates. A Phoenician vase of around 1500 B.C . was found embedded in the copious lavas of the Jezreel Valley of Palestine, where volcanism had supposedly ended in prehistoric times [10]. At Nampa, Idaho, in 1889, a well-worked human image carved of pumice stone was found amidst coarse sand of an old lake bed ... weakening it as is popularly believed; the observed quick recovery from fire is one more indication that the great conflagration can occur without citation in the geological record. Fires in prehistory may have been much more extensive than they are today and their part in animal adaptations may have been considerable. He quotes Harris on "Forest Fire in the Mesozoic ...
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64. Leys/"Ley Lines" [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Alfred Watkins had a sudden perception (he called it a flood of ancestral memory'), while looking at a map of the Herefordshire countryside. He saw that various prehistoric places, such as standing stones, earthen burial mounds, prehistoric earthworked hills, and other such features fell into straight lines for miles across country. Watkins spent many ... cleared strips of ground' or meadows'. Watkins' theory of leys was that they were old straight traders' tracks laid down by surveyors in the Neolithic period of prehistory. [. .] The tracks ran from hilltop to hilltop, mountain ridge to mountain ridge, like a fairy chain' Watkins suggested. They cut through wild ...
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65. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Pensée, 1972. 20. Chris Paul: The Natural History of Fossils, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1980. 21. Steel and Harvey: The Encyclopaedia of Prehistoric Life, Mitchell Beazley, London, 1979. 22. Murphy, Nance: Mountain Belts and the Supercontinental cycle', Scientific American, April 1992 v.266 ... Review. 61. David Talbott, Universal Monarch and Dying Gods, unpublished. 62. Alfred de Grazia, in conversations with this author. 63. Melvin Cook, Prehistory and Earth Models, Parrish,1966. Editor's note. The author would be most interested to hear from any member who can provide further evidence to support the hypothesis ...
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... .g . as at Pompeii. The famous fossils of the Rancho La Brea tar pits of Los Angeles were preserved also under typical non-uniform conditions. Here many types of prehistoric animals were suddenly trapped in tar and extinguished one after another to generate a prolific fossil source. Paradoxically, while the fossil record is considered to be one of the ... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Prehistory and Earth Models Melvin A. Cook Professor of Metallurgy, University of Utah and President, IRECO Chemicals, Salt Lake City MAX PARRISH LONDON MAX PARRISH AND CO. LTD 1-5 PORTPOOL LANE LONDON E.C .I © MELVIN A. COOK 1966 PRINTED IN ...
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67. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... HISTORICAL SUPERNOVAE by D. H. Clark and F. R. Stephenson. Pergamon, 1977: £6 .50 Contains some interesting material on ancient astronomical records. PREHISTORIC MARITIME ADAPTATIONS OF THE CIRCUMPOLAR ZONE ed. W. Fitzhugh. Mouton, 1976 £19.10. Covers research material spanning several thousand years of prehistory in the ... and sub-Arctic littoral, discussing the ethnographic Eskimos and their relationship to Palaeolithic cultures. GUIDE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED BOOKS compiled by H. J. Goodacre and A. P. Pritchard. British Museum Publications, 1977: £1 .50. A conspectus of the extent and variety of the collections held by the British ...
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... calendar systems are not supposed to be very `old', that is, they are thought to have been evolved in `historical' times, not in the dim prehistoric ages. However, since the interpretation of an immeasurably ancient calendar system which I published in 194373 has remained without opposition, I may perhaps venture forth with the following ... Plain of the Great Lakes, whose geological make-up, as we have just seen, was not very resistant, to break along a particularly weak line. The science of prehistory can also offer some interesting `dates'. As we have said before, the Minoan culture of Cnossus in Crete is generally regarded as `rootless', that ...
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69. Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the interplanetary ones proposed by Velikovsky. This suggests a large and fascinating areas of research for catastrophists with the time and the inclination, comparing the theories and facts outlined in Prehistoric and Earth Models with Velikovsky's Earth in Upheaval and Worlds in Collision and Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole and the wonderful ancient maps in his Maps of the Ancient ... forward to the feedback these publications will receive from the academic world. Hopefully, the new revised chronologies will be "put on the map". Jill Abery, 1988 Prehistory and Earth Models by Melvin A. Cook Max Parrish, London, 1966 Readers of the Pensee "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered" series will be familiar with the name of ...
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70. Krupp And Velikovsky [Journals] [Kronos]
... a renewed interest in archaeoastronomy; on the other, it seems to have culminated in a decided impasse between orthodox archaeologists and those calling for the radical rewriting of Northwest Europe's prehistory that the acceptance of Thom's ideas requires. Until recently, this confrontation appeared incapable of resolution because both sides were unable to debate on common ground, preferring to argue ... present standing of Thom's hypotheses on megalithic astronomy is in order. Ever since the publication of his work in the mid-sixties, Thom's ideas have provoked enormous interest among astronomers and prehistorians alike. This has led, on the one hand, to a renewed interest in archaeoastronomy; on the other, it seems to have culminated in a decided impasse ...
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