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101. The Scars Of Mars Part II [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... small a planet. One of them, Ma'adim Valles, is a run-off channel. This means that the ancient river had tributaries in its upper region, and that it widened downstream. In the Hebrew language Ma means "the great," and adam means "red." Ma'adim Valles is suggestive of the Red River Valley. We shall compare and contrast the Red River of Mars to the Red River (north) of North America. The Red River of Mars flows northward. Its length is about 400 miles. ( ... Home¦ Issue Contents The Scars Of Mars Part II The Flood Of Mars-- Circa 2500 B.C.? Donald W. Patten Historical Background There is a one-hundred year old tradition in our modern scientific age of running water existing, or having existed, on the planet Mars. Some 101 years ago, in 1887, Giovanni Schiaparelli viewed Mars in his Italian telescope years reported finding "lines," which in Italian are "canali." "Canali" sounded like "canals," in English, and was so translated ...
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102. The Great Terror [Kronos $]
... held have yet to be considered. The hieroglyphic inscription on the black granite shrine of el-Arish, discussed rather thoroughly by Velikovsky in Ages in Chaos, reads among other things: "Then the children of the dragon Apop, the evildoers [of Usheru and of the red country came upon the road of At Nebes, invading Egypt at nightfall... They [the gods are the rescuers of Ra from Apop."(25) A nightfall during which the sun was deemed to be in danger must have been an extraordinary ... their sins and was meant to evoke guilt feelings: "For God is come to prove you; and that His fear may be before you, that ye sin not" (Ex. 20:17). [* The author is here referring to the Planet Venus at a time when its form, according to the cosmological theories of Immanuel Velikovsky, was essentially comet-like and physically threatening to the Earth- the Ed.Such guilt feelings are incompatible with personal well-being and with the ideal the superego setsovercome for itself. They ...
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... 112) This "pupil," or child, was often represented in both literature and art as a diminutive male figure. Thus the Latin roots of the English word "pupil" mean both "child" and "doll." (113) The "Red Horus," or Harakhte, known also as "Horus of the Horizon," was the planet Mars. (114) So, also, was Shu. Thus Shu-Anhur was rendered by the Greeks as Onuris and translated by them as Ares, the god ... rendering, we nonetheless recognize some of the motifs we had encountered and explained in an earlier article. (3) We had there shown that man's earliest memory goes back to a time during which the sky seems to have been dominated by the close proximity of the planet Saturn, which glowed feebly in a darkened heaven through a nebular cloud which bore a shimmering likeness to a celestial ocean. Sun, Moon, and stars do not seem to have been visible while the cycle of day and night seems to have been unknown. ...
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104. Thoth Vol. IV, No. 1 Jan 15, 2000 [Thoth Website]
... All of these puzzles are simply explained by an electric star. There is no lower limit to the size of a body that can accept electric power from the galaxy so the temperatures of smaller dwarfs will range down to levels conducive to life. The light of a red star is due to the distended anode glow of an electrically low-stressed star. The blue and ultraviolet light come from a low-energy corona. (Our Sun's more compact red anode glow is seen briefly as the chromosphere during total solar eclipses. And the Sun is electrically ... full text of the paper is scheduled for publishing in an up-coming issue of Chronology and Catastrophism Review- see for more information.AMY ACHESON: Part I of this paper recounted many of the unusual global attributes of the planet/god Saturn as portrayed in mytho- historical records from all over the world. Among these were Saturn's connection with an age of darkness, Saturn as supreme ruler of The Golden Age, Saturn's association with the beginning of time, Saturn as motionless, Saturn ...
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105. Mercury [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... cases as proofs. The Mercurial anomaly is almost exactly what his theory would presuppose of a planet that moves in the curved space caused by the proximity of the huge mass of the sun. The next observational evidence accountable by the General Theory was the shifting towards the red (red shift) in the spectrum of light emanating from the sun, compared with the light of laboratory sources, a phenomenon in Einstein ? s explanation resulting too from bending of space by the presence of heavy mass (sun). The third phenomenon would ... Mercury Mercury, the planet closest to the sun, is like Venus, a morning and evening star. But whereas Venus circles the sun in 224.7 terrestrial days, Mercury completes its orbital revolution in 88 days. Being so close to the sun it is rarely visible. Copernicus never saw it in the murky sky of Pomerania and wrote of it in his De Revolutionibus from what he learned in Claudius Ptolemy, the by then fourteen century old authority. Mercury is smaller than Venus and its mass was computed to be less than ...
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106. Apollo and the Planet Mars [Aeon Journal $]
... allegedly concerned with an ancient eclipse of the sun (Gordon, No. 143), Sawyer and Stephenson have identified Reseph with the planet Mars. (21) Reseph's association with Mars, should it hold up, raises the question of a possible relationship between the red planet and Apollo. The God and Planet Mars In light of the identification of these Oriental gods of pestilence with the planet Mars, it is significant to note that Apollo's close resemblance to the Latin god Mars has long been acknowledged. W. Roscher documented in ... From: The Cataclysm (Aeon) I:1 (Jan 1988) Home¦ Issue Contents Apollo and the Planet Mars Ev Cochrane In the Birth of Tragedy, Friedrich Nietzsche developed the aesthetic dialectic of the Apollonian and the Dionysian, concepts which were to become a permanent part of our culture. For Nietzsche the Apollinian force symbolized all that was light, harmonious, and orderly, the form-giving force apparent in the best of Greek architecture and sculpture. The Dionysian force, in contrast, represented that which was dark and wild ...
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107. Mars in Upheaval [Aeon Journal $]
... November, 1987, is an article discussing tornadoes on Mars. The brief anicle states: If astronomers ever make it to Mars, they may want to avoid summer in the southern hemisphere. To begin with, that's the season when huge storms tend to blanket the Red Planet with a nasty yellow dust. And in late summer, when the dust storms die down, conditions don't improve much. According to a new study that's when tornadoes scour the Martian surface. Tornadoes themselves have not been seen on Mars, but planetary scientists ... From: Aeon I:4 (July 1988) Home¦ Issue Contents Mars in Upheaval Charles Ginenthal Immanuel Velikovsky's thesis concerning Mars requires that the topography of the planet and its satellites exhibit unique evidence of catastrophism. This paper will show that there is a good deal of such evidence and that the episodes of catastrophe were planet wide as well as extremely recent. In Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky writes-- When Mars clashed with Venus, asteroids, meteorites and gases were torn from this trailing part [of Venus' tail ...
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... . It may seem silly and/or trivial to us today, but that merely indicates that the modern Judeo-Christian mentality is not commensurable with how our archaic forbears perceived the Cosmos. My first encounter with this situation came in 1978 when I read Vine Deloria's God is Red in which the differences between the American Indian's and the White Man's world views are described, if not fully explained. The lesson is profound, but not easy to absorb. So far as I can tell, the literal interpretation of myth attempted by Velikovsky and ... question may thus be formulated: What hard evidence forces us to duplicate the previously recognised four empires in control of the land of Israel to the eight empires now recorded in all modern textbooks? SOLAR SYSTEM MAGNETIC FIELDS SPEAKER: Samuel Windsor-- Charles Ginenthal's theory relating planet spin rate and orbit to magnetic field strength is on the same track as Donald Patten's theory relating magnetic field strength to planet mass, spin rate, orbit and the mass and orbit of planet satellites. Mr. Ginenthal's theory would be more persuasive were these discrepancies ...
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... another, there is the long shadow of celestial terror, when planets moved out of control and affected the fate of mankind.---- LIFE ON MARS (L.A. Times story). Thursday, October 9, 1997 Mars Keeps Looking More Like Earth Red Planet: Pathfinder adds weight to evidence of a warm, wet history capable of supporting life. By K.C. COLE, Times Science Writer So they waited to hear from the Pathfinder spacecraft unable to send data from Mars for the last 10 days scientists at the ... Propulsion Laboratory reported Wednesday that the Red Planet is not "just a big ball of rock" but has a clearly layered internal structure, much like the Earth. Meanwhile, the rover Sojourner waits silently at some unknown location on Mars for instructions from its mother ship. The layered structure, along with new close-ups of pebbled and pockmarked rocks, adds weight to previous evidence that ancient Mars was a warm, wet planet capable of supporting life. "This is the first evidence that Mars has a core, mantle and crust, ...
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110. Solar System Studies (Part 2) [Aeon Journal $]
... Saturn, circling the giant orb in about 28 days, with a slow spin and the same side of the Earth always facing Saturn. Proto-Saturn is vast in comparison to Earth and perhaps much larger than the body we know today. Consider it about the smallest possible red dwarf star or a brown dwarf star, and it is dying. For eons it had sustained by radiant energy the spark of life on its largest planet Earth and possibly also on its second largest planet Mars, revolving on an inner orbit. The huge orb ... of the Americas, the Aleutian Islands and down the East coasts of Asia at least to Indonesia. What titanic long-term pull created a lop-sided Earth? The second component of the triaxial shape is simple. Due to the Earth's spin rate (24 hours), the planet is oblate and its spin axis length is 43 km less than its equatorial diameter. Earth is rated to be as rigid as a steel ball but twice as elastic, and as a result oceans are equally deep from polar regions to the equator. The third ...
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