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161. Immanuel Velikovsky 1895-1979 [SIS C&C Review $]
... Stecchini; Ralph Juergens Dr Alfred de Grazia writes: "I regret to report to you and to your colleagues and members of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies the deaths within a month of each other of our friends and colleagues Livio Catullo Stecchini and Ralph E. Juergens. Besides the personal grief that their passing has brought to us who might count them as dear friends, the loss to pioneering scholarship and science in their demise is great. "Both men left off in the middle of important books and articles, Livio Stecchini on pyramids, on the origin of the gospels, and on ancient measuring systems, and Ralph Juergens on the electrical theory of the cosmos. Professor Earl Milton of Lethbridge University (Canada) has undertaken to review Juergens' manuscripts and I Stecchini's with a view towards their eventual publication. Other colleagues are concerned as well. "Both men were models of honest scholars, of personal modesty and of helpfulness to all who asked something of them. I know that the thousands of women and men who have become related to them through a ...
162. SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour: Photographs [SIS C&C Review $]
... the reliefs at Medinet Habu The white limestone sphinx at Memphis Cartouches of Seti I and Ramesses II at Abydos The famous sphinx at Gaza In the shadow of the Meydum Pyramid The solid gold innermost coffin of Tutankhamun (Cairo Museum) Hathor column from Deir el-Bahari The exhausted photographer grabs a quick rest in the shade of the hypostyle hall at Karnak "> Interior of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel Dawn at Thebes from the deck of the m.s. Nile Star Sunset over the City of the Dead at Thebes Dusk over Cairo and the Pyramids The coffin from Tomb 55 (Cairo Museum) The tomb of Ramose in the foreground with the village of Gurna behind Column capital from the shrine of Hathor at Deir el-Bahari Zoser's step pyramid at Sakkara with the solitary entrance to the great enclosure on the left Felucca ride at tranquil Aswan The Sakkara necropolis viewed from the royal palace at Memphis Sherden mercenaries among the troops of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu Deir el-Bahari viewed from the mountain path to the Valley of the Kings Ramesses II's temple at Abu Simbel The avenue of crio-sphinxes at Karnak ...
163. C&C Review 1995 Special Issue (Volume XVII): Contents [SIS C&C Review $]
... of their artefacts. Has this created a falsely inflated chronology?. D S Allan and J B Delair: Scientific Evidence For A Major World Catastrophe About 11,500 Years Ago 41 The authors of When The Earth Nearly Died present the evidence: erratic boulders, animal and plant remains in the Arctic 'muck' and deep caves and nodules of metal ores on the ocean floor. Graham Hancock: Fingerprints of the Gods- do ancient relicts point to an advanced civilisation 15,000 years ago? 49 Are the Sphinx, the Pyramids, artefacts in America, old maps and Plato's Atlantis all evidence of a great civilisation long ago, based in Antarctica? The SIS Conference at Braziers College, Ipsden, Oxfordshire, was planned as a tribute to Immanuel Velikovsky on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Benny Peiser had invited speakers on ancient history, ancient monuments and the scientific evidence for catastrophes in the Earth's recent history. However in keeping with the theme of the event, time was also devoted to more personal reflections on Velikovsky and his legacy. With such ...
164. Editor's Notes [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1996:2 (May 1997) Home¦ Issue Contents Editor's Notes This issue features three astronomical articles- Michael Reade's assessment of the Orion Mystery theory of the layout of the pyramids at Giza comes up with conclusions about not only their layout but also their date. Flavio Barbiero analyses soem interesting mechanical models for calendars and suggests this as an explanation for Central American 'sun discs'. Charles Raspil's analysis of Chinese planetary observations throws up some anomalies of interest to those who are pursuing evidence of catastrophes between 500AD and 1000AD. Emmett Sweeney supports radical revisions of ancient Middle Eastern history and his latest paper (based on his new book) proposes some controversial identifications of well known figures. As usual, contributions from those who disagree will be welcome. Mike Baillie's book A Slice Through Time is of great importance and interest to anyone interested in the dating of ancient history and I am pleased to include an in-depth review by Bernard Newgrosh. Society News includes a short article by Benny Peiser about Williams Comyns Beaumont, which caused a ...
165. William Comyns Beaumont: Britain's most eccentric and least known Cosmic Heretic [SIS C&C Review $]
... present in cometary tails. 6. Ancient chronology was several hundred years too old. 7. The Ancient calendars had to be revised because of the catastrophe. 8. Many species were extinguished catastrophically. 9. Religion was born in cometary worship and tied to phallic forms because of the shape of comets. 10. Fear of cometary collisions is inherited by mankind. 11. Vermin were deposited by comets which also provoked plagues. 12. Deities from Egypt, Greece, Meso-America, and elsewhere were identified with planets. 13. Pyramids were both astronomical observatories and 'air-raid shelters' for nobility and kings. 14. Planet Saturn, as a comet, caused the Noachian Deluge. 15. The Atlantis date (c. 9500 BC) given by Plato had to be shortened. 16. Extensive legendary evidence pictures the 'hairy', 'bearded', 'blazing stars' that were comets. 17. Stonehenge, Avebury Circle and similar monuments were astronomical instruments. 18. Central American legends (and cultures) were contemporaneous with those of the Old World. 19. ...
166. Editor's Notes [SIS C&C Review $]
... These workshop notebooks are available from Kronia Communications Inc., 8350 SW Greenway, #24, Beaverton, OR 97008, price $24.95 each. The Velikovskian is available from Charles Ginenthal, c/o The Velikovskian, 65-35 108th Street, Suite D15, Forest Hills, NY 11375, USA, price $35 (USA), $40 (Canada), $45 (Europe and elsewhere) (all cheques payable to 'Charles Ginenthal'). Errata C&CR 1996:2 'Towards an Astronomical Dating of the Pyramids' p.7, Table 1, The 1950 A.D. Ecliptic Latitude of Epsilon Orionis should be -24.51', not 24.51'. p. 10, Appendix A, penultimate paragraph: The line 'A shift of the V.E. changes the line of the ecliptic through the stars but does not change the declination of a star' is potentially confusing and needs the qualification 'Only true if the shift of the V.E. is measured along the celestial equator rather than along the ecliptic, as has hitherto been usual'. There is no ...
167. Bookshelf [SIS C&C Review $]
... Sourcebook Project, P.O. Box 107, Glen Arm, MD 21057, USA. Prices are in US dollars, orders must be prepaid and include $1.50 in the USA, and $2.00 elsewhere for postage. Canadian dollars and pounds sterling are accepted at prevailing exchange rates. Cheques payable to William R. Corliss Hidden Cities, The discovery and loss of Ancient North American Civilization, R.G.Kennedy, 1996, $13.95. A serious historical treatise on ancient sophisticated cultures of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys, where monumental architecture rivalled the pyramids of Mexico and Egypt and lasted for thousands of years. The reasons why these cities have until recently been ignored is also discussed. Explorations in Texas, ancient and otherwise, with thoughts an the nature of evidence. J.L.Davis, 1984, $11.95. A responsible exploration, with abundant maps and illustrations, of the evidence for pre-Columbian contacts with North America. Skywatchers, Shamans and Kings, Astronomy and the archaeology of power. E.C.Krupp, 1996, $27.95 A copiously illustrated tour of the world's shrines, temples and tombs ...
168. C&C Review 1997:1: Contents [SIS C&C Review $]
... Jill Abery 40 Bookshelf by Jill Abery 42 Reviews 43 Forbidden Archeology by M.A. Cremo& R.L. Thompson and The Hidden History of the Human Race (same authors)- reviewed by Trevor Palmer 43 The Genesis of Israel and Egypt by Emmett Sweeney- reviewed by John Crowe 46 The Holy Grail: Source of the Ancient Science and Spirituality of the Circling Cosmos by Lee Perry- reviewed by Jill Abery 48 The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes (eds. I. and P. Opie)- Reviewed by J. Abery 49 Pyramids of Tucume, The quest for Peru's forgotten city (Heyerdahl, Sandweiss and Narvaez)- Reviewed by J. Abery 49 Society News 51 Letters: Jill Abery, Michael G. Reade (2), Emilio Spedicato, David Salkeld, Peter W. Glassborow, Phillip Clapham, John D. Weir, Eric H Cooley, Eric W Crew, J. Eric Aitchison, Daniel Spatz. 55 About C&C Review. How to join the SIS 61 EDITOR Alasdair Beal, 10 King George Avenue, Chapel Allerton, ...
169. Bookshelf [SIS C&C Review $]
... latest evidence for the theory that most of the human species' peculiar characteristics can only be explained by supposing that our earliest ancestors went through an aquatic phase. Origins of Agriculture in Europe by I.J. Thorpe, Routledge, 1997, £50 An erudite appraisal of the mass of new evidence for the period of transition between the Mesolithic hunting and gathering societies and the Neolithic farmers. Gods of Eden, Egypt's Lost Legacy and the Genesis of Civilisation by Andrew Collins, Headline 1997, £18 99 Yet another book claiming that the pyramids date back way before the Pharaohs, inferring that there was an earlier, technologically advanced society. It presents new evidence from Egypt, Kurdistan and Eastern Turkey. Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane, Aeon Press 1997, $20 plus postage (order from Aeon Press, 601 Hayward Ave., Ames, Iowa 50014, USA. For those interested in planetary catastrophism and the Saturn scenario in particular this is a must. Cochrane investigates the ancient myths surrounding the world-wide hero figure and ...
170. A further synchronism between Palestine and Egypt [SIS C&C Review $]
... doubt whether it is even possible with any certainty in the present state of the evidence' will eventually have to be rewritten as 'I doubt whether it will ever be possible to prove conclusively that any one scenario is more certain than any other'. Meanwhile, I hope I may be permitted to continue with my probings, even if at the risk of being burnt at the stake; it may well be some years yet before anything approaching completion will be in sight, especially when one takes into account that a redating of the pyramids may be on the agenda. \cdrom\pubs\journals\review\v1998n2\38forum.htm ...
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