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... law, and then completed a medical degree in 1921. Shortly afterwards, he founded "Script Universitatis", a journal which published the work of the world's outstanding Jewish scholars. Albert Einstein was the editor of the volume on mathematics and physics. For 15 years, Velikovsky practised as a doctor and psychoanalyst in Israel, publishing papers on psychology' s one in Sigmund Freud's journal. "Imago". In 1939, he arrived in America to complete research on a study of Moses, Oedipus and Akhnaton, and, in 1940, he came upon the train of thought which has occupied him for the rest of his life. In a nutshell, his research into Israelite ...
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192. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... - Joseph Warshawsky, Taunton, Somerset Before Sheldrake Dear Sir, I read Frank C. Tribbe's letter "Before Sheldrake" (SISW 4:4 , p. 35), with keen interest. An earlier predecessor of Dr Harold S. Burr and F. S. C. Northrop was Carl Gustav Jung, the father of analytical psychology: "Psychic structures are determinants of form or pre-existent ground plan, which are inherited psychic structures [morphogenetic fields] which point to a definite physiological and anatomical predisposition." (Psychological Types (1921), reprinted Princeton, 1971, p. 444) - Archimedes A. Concon, M.D ., Memphis, USA ...
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... He professed not to know the cause of extinction but he described it in catastrophic terms. He could only state that geological and climatic changes occurred at the same time as animals were destroyed to the last in many places, decimated in others. The "despair" of the scientist turned into denial of catastrophes, a very interesting and well-authenticated psychological problem. Alexis Carrel, a biologist who was much interested in psychology, wrote in Man, the Unknown concerning this phenomenon of denial as it applies to scientists and the problems for which they do not know an answer: Certain matters are banished from the field of scientific research, and refused the right of making themselves known. Important ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 24  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/mankind/218-firmament.htm
194. Aphrodite The Moon or Venus? (Continued) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of Demodocus. We cannot then escape the conclusion that the hardly credible contact of four heavenly bodies of major astronomical stature, after being actually suffered and witnessed, must then be transformed into fable. We might offer the suggestion that it was only a collective nightmare with obsessive but minor reference to reality. This is both a physics and a psychological problem that we shall deal with by comparing the dream with the reality. We might further say that the names, dates, places, events and transformations are correct, but the major acting stars were replaced by minor surrogates; that is, that Moon was in place; so were Mars, Venus and the others; and that ...
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195. Spectres [Books] [de Grazia books]
... : again illusions. Telling of the destruction of almost all that was living: people must have been psychotic to make up and pass along stories of such events. The quantavolutionary position is that they were probably psychotic, but partially because of the nature of such events. Thus, to some extent, we become uniformitarian in respect to human psychology as we become quantavolutionary in regard to nature. An increasing number of studies of modern mankind in disaster lead us to accord greater reliability to ancient stories. A severe trauma of terror, such as the nuclear blast at Hiroshima, leaves the survivors quite catastrophized. What happens thereafter matters little to the survivor. Subsequent sights are likely to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 22  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/lately/ch29.htm
196. Compendium [Journals] [Pensee]
... of life on other planets. The following report was submitted to Pensée by Dr. Richard F. Haines shortly after Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky spent a day in consultation and lecturing at the NASA Ames Research Center last August. Dr. Haines is a research scientist in the Neurosciences Branch at Ames. Much of his work has centered on man's psychological tolerance to the space environment and various visual phenomena experienced in space. The opinions given here are entirely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of NASA. An invitation to Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky was made early in June, 1972, to speak at Ames Research Center- NASA, located south of San Francisco at Moffett Field ...
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197. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Behaviour" [4 ], a fully convincing explanation for the hostility of the scientific establishment's reaction to Worlds in Collision eluded me. The notion that the explanation for the hostility lay in Velikovsky's challenging the widely-held belief in the essentially eternal stability of the solar system was appealing, but not convincing until I discovered two obscure articles dealing with the psychology of scientific prejudice and the forces against creativity in science. Before divulging the contents of these two pivotal articles, I would like to cite several sources that shed revealing light on the reception of Velikovsky's ideas. Polanyi, in his widely cited article on the organisation of the scientific community in Minerva, is very blunt about what kind of ...
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198. The Uranians [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , without previous existence as a human, but with a previous existence as a hominid, similar to this present physiognomy in so many respects as to be indistinguishable except for one thing. That thing is what theologians and the human race has always called a soul. But to my thinking, that soul is the inward turning of the new psychology upon itself- self-awareness. And the link to divinity was historically inescapable. As the soul, or the split person looking at himself or herself, was born, it observed itself as born and in the company of a great active sun that was the most spectacular feature of the whole world. That form became the principle god and ...
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... - CLE It is a waste of time and energy to debate with people like Sullivan and Asimov. They are not interested in a free and honest exchange of ideas. Their only objective is to distort Velikovsky's ideas, not to examine them. This is inevitable. Velikovsky's work is a devastating assault on modern science, philosophy, religion, psychology, history, the whole package. His opponents understand this very, very well. They are fighting for their lives, and livelihood. And they are losing And they are frantic. It's war. Velikovsky will win eventually, because truth eventually emerges. But they will try to deny Velikovsky the credit that is due him.. ...
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... knowledge." If such a passion for discovery could be kindled in the presence of the older and more abstract problems, what ought to be the result when to these are added the possibility of solving at least some of the mysteries of Nature's Life, and the certainty of standing where Human Life began! Notes. 1. .Even psychological research may be found to have a profound interest in our result : " Here the question arises how far it [the juggler's mind-power over matter] may be affected by, or dependent upon, electrical and magnetic phenomena and surroundings and climatic influences, since it flourishes at its best, both in the Old World and in the New ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 21  -  19 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/paradise/index.htm
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