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181. Association for Skeptical Investigations [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Institute of Psychiatry, London. Prof Brian Josephson, Ph.D ., avendish Laboratory, Cambridge University. Stanley Krippner, Ph.D ., Saybrook Institute, San Francisco. Edwin May, Ph.D ., The Laboratories for Fundamental Research, Palo Alto, CA. Adrian Parker, Ph.D ., Dept of Psychology, Gothenberg University, Sweden. Guy Lyon Playfair, Society for Psychical Research. Dean Radin, Ph.D ., Institute of Noetic Sciences, Petaluma, California. Chris Roe, Ph.D ., Psychology Division, University College, Northampton, UK. Gary Schwartz, Ph.D ., Director, Human Energy Systems ...
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... the emirates and sultanates of the Arabian Peninsula, slavery was sanctified by tradition and protected by law, in violation of declarations of principles made by the European powers at various times, notably in the latter part of the last century. These notwithstanding, several member countries of the United Nations still practice slavery at home. A characteristic social and psychological phenomenon is taking place in the process of the black reawakening in the United States. The fourth to tenth-generation descendants of slaves (in the case of the West Indies only the third generation) feel a resurgence of the longing for Africa that accompanied the fettered slaves on their forced voyage to this country and haunted the thoughts of the first ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 24  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/mankind/505-slave-traders.htm
183. Alfred de Grazia's Grazian Archive [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , on floppy disk $9 .00.) Recollections of a Fallen Sky. An early symposium of the 1970's from Lethbridge University, Canada, planned and edited by Professor Earl R. Milton, concurrent with the granting of an honorary doctorate to Immanuel Velikovsky, the eminent catastrophist. Addresses on various fields (art symbolism, astro-physics, psychology of forgetting tragedy, Catastrophic symbolism in Shakespeare, etc., by authors from Canadian and American universities. (Perfect-bound hard print $12.00, $9 .00 floppy disk.) Solaria Binaria. By Alfred de Grazia and Earl R. Milton. An astronomer and astro-physicist joins De Grazia to perfect an elegantly coherent and ...
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184. Miscellaneous [Journals] [Pensee]
... by strain release." The scientists conclude that "continental drift is the most likely explanation, although somewhat implausible, especially as relevant measurements have been made over a 50-year period, whereas geophysical measurements of sea-floor spreading relate to million-year time scales." SCIENTISTS AND MEN. "I have been interested, for a long time, in the psychological process of discovery as the most concise manifestation of man's creative faculty- and in that converse process that blinds him towards truths which, once perceived by a seer, become so heartbreakingly obvious. Now this blackout shutter operates not only in the ignorant and superstitious masses' as Galileo called them, but is even more strikingly evident in Galileo's own ...
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185. Jerusalem - City of Saturn [Journals] [Kronos]
... brutality, power, and destruction."(20) In light of the above, it is instructive to note that, up until the Middle Ages, the Jews were still remembered as the people or children of Saturn.(21) Thus, Hitler's attempted extermination of the Jews - coupled with his Wotanic masquerade - could be interpreted psychologically as a terrestrial re-enactment of the mythocelestial Saturn destroying his children.(22) *( *Footnote: The material on Hitler presented here is only a small part of the present author's research - research which he hopes to publish in great detail in a forthcoming article titled "Let There be Darkness: Hitler and Collective Amnesia". ...
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186. God's Fire: Moses and the Management of Exodus [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , "The ultimate and most important question for the investigation of Israelitic-Judaic religion must inevitably be: Who was Moses? '" [1 ] Despite his own reply and notwithstanding the hundreds of works on Moses that are catalogued by the Library of Congress, the question has remained unanswered. I have found no book that deals adequately with the psychology of Moses, and therefore have portrayed fully the workings of his mind. No study has properly embraced Moses in his two great capacities as a manager and scientist, and so I have reconstructed these his qualities as well. Furthermore, the Exodus and Wanderings, those operations that Moses directed, are generally misunderstood, both in their particulars ...
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... of the world. The Amalekite-Hyksos invasion of Egypt was in some respects similar to the Israelite invasion of Palestine. Both were made possible by the conditions of catastrophe, but they were inspired by diametrically opposite philosophies; so much so, that Jewish tradition regards the Amalekites as the archetypal enemies of Judaism (8 ). There are some important psychological aspects of the matter which should not be overlooked. Velikovsky has drawn attention to what he called the "collective amnesia" by which humanity repressed the memory of the great catastrophe. But the significant exception to this collective amnesia was the people of Israel, the only nation who actually preserved the memory of the disaster in their sacred writings ...
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... may have been quite different was the `jargon' in which the learned of Atlantis expressed their interpretations: it may have been very much more colourful and verbose than the rather bald statements of our scientists. However, even in these exact and enlightened times of ours, what extensive groping in the physical sciences, and what downright floundering in psychology and religion we find! `Magic' is only a jargon word for mastery -as far as it goes-over matter and mind: in our time we use the word `science' when we refer to the former, and psychology' when we speak of the latter. There is nothing `occult' about the whole business, though ...
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... of war and apocalyptic destruction, his concern for the continued existence of the human race, and his discussion of the survival of archaic themes and archetypal motifs into the twentieth century remain of paramount importance. Lynn E. Rose succinctly stated Veli-kovsky's position in the foreword to Mankind in Amnesia: "The subject that Immanuel Veli-kovsky 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 amnesia of cosmic catastrophes that befell ...
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190. A POINT OF VIEW [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... incident? And, if so, why was he not more explicit? As it stands, Storer's scenario, as well as the others, lacks conviction without further evidence to explain the specific behaviour of particular scientists towards World in Collision . Generalisation and allusions to flying saucers are not adequate. The Lysenko factor can be viewed as overlaying the psychological factors described in the previous column (8 ), and working in concert with them. These factors are not necessarily mutually exclusive since a left-wing exposure would have predisposed one towards reacting while one's psychological make-up would have helped determine the mode of reaction. REFERENCES: 1. D. Goldsmith (ed.): Scientists Confront Velikovsky ( ...
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