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11. Alan Alford's The Phoenix Solution [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home | Issue Contents Alan Alford's The Phoenix Solution http://www.eridu.co.uk Alford's theory is that a pre-dynastic race built the Great Pyramid and deposited at Giza certain scientific records which specifically included the catastrophic history of our solar system and the subsequent development of life on Earth. Alford presents evidence that the ancient Egyptian religion was an exploded planet cult', and suggests that they re-discovered this themselves in the legendary Hall of Records' at least 6,000 years ago. This profound knowledge - of catastrophism in the heavens and on Earth - was adopted by the emerging Dynastic elite as ...
12. The Orientation of the Pyramids [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 3 No 1: (Winter 1973) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered III" Home | Issue Contents The Orientation of the Pyramids Immanuel Velikovsky Copyright 1967 by Immanuel Velikovsky. This first appeared in Yale Scientific Magazine (April, 1967). A little consideration reveals that, should the terrestrial axis be turned tomorrow into a new astronomical direction by any angle of inclination toward the ecliptic, the Great Pyramid would remain properly oriented to the north and south poles; there would be a new celestial pole and, if so positioned, a new polar star, but the pyramid would remain with two of its sides aligned with the geographical poles. Should the terrestrial ...
13. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Newsletter 2 (Sep 1975) Home | Issue Contents Forum A SLOW START, perhaps, but then if we start small, we can only get bigger... This is your column: your letters are invited. Joseph and the Pyramids MY MAIN INTEREST in Velikovsky is as a student of Scripture and on this score I would like to put forward one or two thoughts concerning the record in Genesis which seem to me to affect both the revised chronology and the idea of catastrophes. A considerable part of Genesis is given to the recording of the story of Joseph. The basic facts are these: 1. Pharaoh had a dream which was interpreted for ...
14. A Reading of the Pyramid Texts [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 3 No 1: (Winter 1973) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered III" Home | Issue Contents A Reading of the Pyramid Texts William Mullen Myth and the Science of Catastrophism Editor's Note: Dr. Mullen has received a grant from Princeton University to provide a new translation of the Pyramid texts. He is currently in the classics department, University of California (Berkeley). The paper published here was first read at the Velikovsky Symposium, Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon), August 18, 1972. The student of Velikovsky's reconstructions, once he grants the possibility that they are accurate, has a sequence of responses. His first is ...
15. The Exodus in the Pyramid Texts? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop Vol 4 No 4 (Mar 1982) Home | Issue Contents The Exodus in the Pyramid Texts?Walter Warshawsky It is assumed by Velikovsky and his supporters that the Exodus occurred after the Thirteenth Dynasty of Egypt. It is also assumed that there is little overlap in the first thirteen dynasties. These assumptions have not been tested. The cause for these assumptions seems to be the underlying assumption of progress in development of both language and pottery, as western civilisation sees it. It is not clear that catastrophically-minded people would develop language and pottery in the same way that we do, especially as regards the speed, the severity and the direction of the changes ...
16. Pyramids of Tucume, The quest for Peru's forgotten city, by Thor Heyerdahl, Daniel H. Sandweiss and Alfredo Narvaez [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1997:1 (Oct 1997) Home | Issue Contents Pyramids of Tucume, The quest for Peru's forgotten city by Thor Heyerdahl, Daniel H. Sandweiss and Alfredo Narvaez Thames and Hudson, London, 1995 The greatest complex of prehistoric pyramids in South America lies on the coastal plains of northern Peru, yet until Thor Heyerdahl resolved to mount an archaeological study after his first amazed impressions in 1987 they lay virtually unremarked since viewed by the Spanish conquistadors over 400 years ago. This copiously illustrated book is the story of Heyerdahl's research, together with archaeologists Sandweiss and Narvaez who write their own chapters on the cultural and historical background and archaeological details ...
17. The Pyramid Age [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 1 (Aug 1992) Home | Issue Contents REVIEWS The Pyramid Age by Emmet Sweeney, [obtainable from the author, 1 Marlborough Street, Londonderry BT48 9AU, Northern Ireland, price £3 .50+ £1 .00 postage (UK)] Emmet Sweeney's The Pyramid Age' is a radical reconstruction of ancient history and contrasts sharply with the New Chronology of Rohl and Newgrosh (or that of James). For example, Emmet identifies the Libyans (Dynasties 22, 23 and 24) with the Ptolemies, and relocates Dynasties 18 and 12 in the 7th century BC. Most radical of all, he accepts ...
18. Chronological Implications of a Proper Identification of the Labyrinth [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... as is well known, the ruins at Hawarra, which consist only of foundation beds and a mass of limestone and granite chips, do not allow the conclusion that what was originally standing there corresponded to the Labyrinth described by Herodotus and Strabo. The identification of Hawarra as the location of the Labyrinth was made before the excavation of the Step Pyramid complex at Saqqara in the 1920's. Saqqara is not far from Hawarra. While the geographical information that can be gleaned from Herodotus and Strabo is consistent with the Hawarra location, Herodotus is far from specific on the geography and Strabo is open to uncertainties. Neither precludes the identification of Saqqara as the location of the Labyrinth. As discussed ...
19. Some References to the Use of Iron Before the Iron Age [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... iron, see pp. 295-7. Ibid. In S. Reinach: L'Age du Bronze en Egypte', in L'Anthropologie II (1891), pp. 104-8, with footnotes by Maspero. McNutt P.: The Forging of Israel, Sheffield, 1990, pp. 118-129 gives tables of early iron objects. Vyse H.: Pyramids of Gizeh, Vol. I, pp. 275-6 describes Hill's find of an iron object. Wainwright G.: The Coming of Iron', in Antiquity X (1936), pp. 5-24. Wertime T. and Muhly: The Coming of the Iron Age, Yale, 1980. See particularly section by J Waldbaum, ...
20. The Crescent II [Books]
... placed on the back of a bull that the boat and the galloping animal are one. (14) The Sumero-Babylonian Nannar or Sin, esteemed as the bull with glistening horns, is also "the shining bark of the heavens." (15) "May you ferry over by means of the Great Bull," reads an Egyptian Pyramid Text. (16) Another declares: "the Bull of the sky has bent down his horn that he may pass over thereby .. ., " (17) while a Coffin Text celebrates the "long-horn which supports the bark of Anubis." (18) Many years ago G.S . Faber, examining ancient ...
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