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... part of his comment. One of the major implications of Velikovsky's psychoanalytic theory was that the cataclysmic events had somehow left a permanent impression in the human mind. What lay most repressed in the modern unconscious was terror of catastrophe from the skies; not the primal instincts as proposed by Freud nor the abstract evolutionary archetypes of Jung's theory. The psychological illness of humankind lay primarily in a deep collective amnesia for upheavals in the natural environment and not in the nature of the race itself. In the context of his theory and the psychoanalytic principal that repressed traumas resist attempts to bring them to memory, Velikovsky had every reason to expect a certain amount of negative emotional reaction from the scientific ...
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152. ... in future issues [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol V No 3 (1980/81) Home | Issue Contents .. . in future issues A novel - and provocative - approach to Ages in Chaos by historian Martin Sieff, analysing Velikovsky's historical writings from a literary and psychological perspective. A detailed study of Velikovsky's identification of the Egyptian Queen Hatshepsut with the biblical Queen of Sheba, by biblical archaeologist Dr John Bimson. The transcript of a major presentation given to the S.I .S . by Dr Victor Clube, Senior Principal Scientific Officer at the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh. Dr Clube and his colleague Bill Napier are co-authors of The Cosmic Serpent, a new book proposing a theory of ...
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... An Introduction to Velikovsky Griffard, David: Collective Behaviorism and Ancient Astronomy Griffard, David: more Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics: A solstice visit to Machu Picchu Griffard, David: MYTH, MANDALA AND THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS Griffard, David: Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics Griffard, David: Perception and Ancient Astronomy Griffard, David: Psychology And Ancient Astronomical Discovery Griffard, David: The ISCBM Newark Earthworks Conference Grinnell, George: Catastrophism and Uniformity: A Probe into the Origins of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology Grinnell, George: THE ORIGINS OF MODERN GEOLOGICAL THEORY Grubaugh, Robert: A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration Grubaugh, Robert: Response to Slabinski Gunnar Heinsohn ...
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... From "Mankind in Amnesia" © 1982 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Tornado In 1966 a violent tornado whirled through Topeka, Kansas, and its surroundings and wrought devastation. In October 1973 a resident of that city of about 100,000 wrote me a letter on the psychological reactions to that experience by the residents of the city and by himself. Tornadoes often endanger that city and warning signals are given, and though he was absent when the tornado hit, it was the reactions of the inhabitants he observed to the warning signals that made the writer of the letter wonder. Over a year after first writing me he wrote again on the irrational psychological ...
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155. A Catastrophic Reading of Western Cosmology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the upper realm tyrannous or indifferent. Seen from a catastrophist angle, what this third type of world view offers is a picture of perfect cosmic order in the heavens created out of geometrical solids and music-like harmony by a non-catastrophic universal force. The appearance of the Pythagorean theory in Greece after Homer (if that is what happened) therefore becomes psychologically explainable, for it is a much more satisfying escape from the Triple Terror. It makes the heavens orderly. There is a fly in the Pythagorean ointment, however, and it is precisely in its major concept, the World Soul. In my article on religion, I pointed out that Judaism is an Earth-focused present-oriented religion which places ...
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156. Perception and Ancient Astronomy [Journals] [Horus]
... effects of such foreshortened vision might be on the contemporary mind is, for now, a matter of speculation. In practical terms, it would seem to make little difference since time-measurement long since has been standardized to the Greenwich Meridian and stellar navigation largely has been turned over to electronics. But it is difficult to assess the price, in psychological terms, of blinding a major portion of the human population to a view which, in the past, has inspired the great poets of the race and taxed the limits of rational thought. The modern mind has, in a sense, been shut off from a source of stimulation which formerly led humankind, through visual perception alone, ...
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157. Forward (Mankind in Amnesia) [Velikovsky]
... follows: "Mankind in Amnesia has to do not only with the past, like my other books- primarily it has to do with the future, a future not removed by thousands or tens of thousands of years, but the imminent future, on whose threshold we now stand". The subject that Immanuel Velikovsky has chosen is the psychological condition and case history of the human race. Virtually every aspect of human behavior, every pattern in human history, and every article of human belief, if examined and illuminated in the light of the thesis of this book, reveals how human thought and action have been shaped and molded by repressed collective memories of cosmic catastrophes that befell ...
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158. On Method [Books] [de Grazia books]
... sure, up to the final leap. By way of consolation, one of the auxiliary functions of our study may be to bring to our readers a poignant awareness of how speculative indeed is the basis of the sciences that are concerned with our subject matter. Thereupon one may appreciate why we must concern ourselves with the simplest of logical and psychological operations in a work of the highest scientific pretensions. For example, the important idea that the Greeks and Romans named planets to correspond to the rank order of importance of the gods is realized only after prolonged study. Saturn, as the retired god (Deus Otiosus) of a planet, is second only to Jupiter in size. ...
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159. Horus [Journals] [Kronos]
... XI No. 1 (Fall 1985) Home | Issue Contents Horus A publication of Institute for the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory The Institute is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization whose general purpose is to pursue and publish research into the meaning of ancient monuments, temples, symbols, rituals, myths and legends, and other clues to the psychological history of humankind ARCHAEOASTRONOMY COLLECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHO-HISTORY CATASTROPHISM RELIGION AND MYTH ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRAVEL FEATURES ANICENT HISTORY Subscribers are invited to join us- become a MEMBER of the INSTITUTE. Annual membersgip includes the subscription to HORUS as well as: Advance notice and reduced cost of EduTours Advanced notice and reduced cost on symposia An occasional INSTITUTE NEWSLETTER Reduced cost on TeleText ...
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160. De Grazian Discography (Reviewed) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... catastrophe - particularly throughout the period of human evolution - then the implications for all areas of human knowledge are profound. The very mutations that led to our anomalously complex brains may have originated in global cataclysms. Given this, it was clear to the great synthesiser Velikovsky that a new perspective was needed in every discipline from the earth sciences to psychology and in all humanity's fumbling for meaning in the universe, from mythology to religion. He made valiant efforts to expound this novel world view, as witness the range of his published works and (well worth a look) the unpublished material to be found on the internet at <> ...
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