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... Paradise Lost' Cosmic Catastrophism Cosmic Dust May Cause Climate Catastrophes Cosmic Heretics Cosmic Imagery Prom the Time of Joseph Cosmic Instability and Modern Man: An Introduction Cosmic Origin of the Swastika, The Cosmic Serpent by Victor Clube and Bill Napier, The Cosmic Water Traced by ISO Cosmic Winter , Gildas... and St Patrick, The Cosmology And Psychology Cosmology Of Tawantinsuyu, The Cosmos & Chronos Symposium report Cosmos & Chronos Symposium Cosmos and Chronos Home Page Could Mars Have Been An Inner Planet? Could Someone Explain "Electrogravatics" in Simpler Terms. Countdown to a New Celestial Hazard, The Courses On Velikovsky Crack in Einstein's Pedestal Cradle of Saturn Cratonic Stability and Rapid Erosion Events Critic in ...
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212. Cultural Amnesia [Books]
... that the impressions made upon a child's mind dictate the child's future and cause also neuroses in juvenile and adult life. Later Freud reversed his thesis and claimed that man's destiny is triggered by images which exist within the racial memory, deep within the unconscious mind. From psychoanalytic studies we know that a traumatic experience, either of a physical or psychological nature, leaves a strong vestige deep within the human soul. Such vestiges are in the heritage that comes to us from antiquity. They are found in most of the written documents that survive from the civilizations of the past; from Mexico, China, Iceland, Iran, India, Sumeria, Rome, Greece, Egypt, and ...
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213. Trisms and Planetary Iconography [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... with the transubstantiation of the host into Christ. (30) Moreover, noting the astronomical nature of the entire process, Paracelsus, a Renaissance physician, calls out at the end of the Mass not for an Ave Maria but for an Ave Praeclus, which means "Hail Mary, Star of the Sea." (31) In Psychology and Alchemy, Carl Jung emphasizes how the Mass and the conjunction are equal and parallels the alchemist's search for the Philosopher's Stone with the mystic's search for the Christos. Jung's stress is on mental processes, therefore, he differs with my emphasis on the astronomical similarities of alchemical thought to Christian belief. Now, if one equates the Mass ...
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... Davis(4 ) was keen to point out that many good "respectables" had failed to pay attention to minute details while finding it much more exciting to produce a new theory of chemical bonding. Yet he ignored the failures of many "respectables" when they discussed Velikovsky's theories. In earlier reviews Davis was familiar with the field of psychology: the psychology of character(5 ) and the innovative and complex psychology in Conrad and Henry James.(6 ) Yet about Mankind in Amnesia, written by a psychoanalyst about a psychoanalytical technique, he said that it was flatly contradictory to what is known of physics, geology, and biology. He did not reference any section ...
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... Psychoanalysis be a Science? An Introduction to Velikovsky David Griffard, Collective Behaviorism and Ancient Astronomy David Griffard, More Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics: A solstice visit to Machu Picchu David Griffard, Myth, Mandala, and the Collective Unconscious David Griffard, Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics David Griffard, Perception and Ancient Astronomy David Griffard, Psychology and Ancient Astronomical Discovery David Griffard, The ISCBM Newark Earthworks Conference David J. Eccott, Comalcalco: A Case for Early Pre-Columbian Contact and Influence? David K. Down, Rethinking Hatshepsut David Lorton, Peoples of the Sea: An Art Historical Perspective... David Rohl & Peter James, An Alternative to the Velikovskian Chronology for ...
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216. The Dragon in Myth and Folklore [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the Worm. In old English ballads it is called "laidly" (loathly) Worm. Edmund Spenser's "Fairie Queene" indicates a segmented animal by the words: "He smote off its tail and hewed off five joints leaving only a stump!"(17) 5. DRAGONS AND THE MIND We are faced here with a psychological problem. Firstly, that honest and expert investigators, with no apparent hostile rejection reactions to the evidence, can yet make the most basic of errors in postulating air-breathing creatures to explain the evidence that they have collected, when this is manifestly impossible in the face of that same evidence. Velikovsky found that with Freud's work on Akhnaton, ...
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... Last year it became a little clearer to myself and others after reading Dr. Velikovsky's book Worlds in Collision. We were struck not only by the imagination and scope of his ideas, but more specifically were profoundly impressed by the way in which he had gathered evidence from' such a vast number of academic fields as disparate as mythology, psychology, and physics. It was out of respect for his approach to knowledge and a belief that the ideals which he expressed were ideals which this University would like to incorporate that we proposed Dr. Velikovsky- for an honourary doctorate in Arts and Science. We were aware at the time, and became more aware as time went on ...
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218. A Proper Respect for Authority [Books] [de Grazia books]
... otherwise prohibited by rules, morals, or truth. Sagan, one might surmise, let the claim slip out as an expression of general megalomania, but the particular claim, out of all those he might have thought of, strikes at V. s well-established claim of predicting the high heat of Venus. There is here a hint of psychological pressure working to take for his own specifically the property of the father. V. was fixated on authority, the higher the better: he sought out acquaintances and enemies on high levels. But he did not gather intelligent up-coming young people until late in life; he has written a book on his conversations with Einstein, yet he ...
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219. Sacral vs. Secular Man [Books] [de Grazia books]
... but because he believes a great many phenomena and actions are sacred. He sacralizes. A thorough moral defense of religion from the standpoint of its expression through sacral man has not appealed to modern writers. Such old and religiously circumscribed works as Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress will hardly do for these days, when the field instruments of sociology, biology, psychology, economics and political science need to be orchestrated for the purpose. Available are negative critiques of ritual and assaults upon the supernatural. But where are the moral scientific (as opposed to merely sociological) studies of the Baptist and the Secularist living on the same street, multiplied a thousandfold to cover the world scene? The ideal sacral ...
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... tail of the dragon, the head pointing to the north and the tail to the south. They remain today as the ascending and descending nodes or points of the lunar orbits, where planets come from north to south latitude, and their motion is retrograde about three seconds a day. The lunar myths and worship were based on knowledge of psychology and physiology, with correct appreciation of symbology and a profound understanding of nature. Their origin is untraceable unless we retain tradition. Lunar and Solar worships, which are included in the Roman Catholic and Protestant religions and wherever Jehovah is deified, show the most ancient of all religious manifestations surviving throughout the entire world today. The churches worship ...
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