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51. Thoth Vol S I-III, INCLUDING 66 ISSUES) [Journals] [Thoth]
... and the electrical forces shaping the solar system. A telling illustration of the challenges to old paradigms is the work of the distinguished astronomer, Halton Arp, whose book Seeing Red, is now available from our affiliate, Mikamar Publishing. To catch the message you need no expertise in astronomy. You only need to look at pictures and to ... own common sense. Arp has demonstrated beyond any reasonable doubt that the closest galaxies to us are, in fact, connected physically to quasars which astronomers, based on red shift, had placed at the most distant regions of the known universe! The gravity-driven models of cosmologists are in shambles, and a great deal of entrenched science has collapsed ...
... these which are of importance to the principle of meteor impact I will treat as briefly as possible in detail. METEORIC TORNADO STRlKING THE EARTH A formidable column stretching down from red angry tubular clouds, RAIN AND ACIDS An eruption is accompanied or followed by violent thunderstorms and rain. The vapours which accompany the eruption condense rapidly and the rain falls ... plateaux could have proceeded." The indications point, in his opinion, "not to a few great volcanoes but to many minor vents breaking out one after another and shifting from district to district." He calls them "foci of discharge."1 That was Sir A. Geikie's explanation of the tremendous catastrophe he has reconstructed for ...
53. Part III: The Legends [Ragnarok] [Books]
... background and abysm of time," when the progenitors of the German, Gaul, Gael, Greek, Roman, Hindoo, Persian, Egyptian, Arabian, and the red people of America, dwelt together under the same roof-tree and used the same language. But, above all, these legends prove the absolute fidelity of the memory of ... again, we have the conflagration, the fragments of something falling on the earth, the long absence of the sun, the great rains and the cold. Let us shift the scene again. In Peru-that ancient land of mysterious civilization, that brother of Egypt and Babylon, looking out through the twilight of time upon the silent waters of ...
54. The Road to Saturn (Excerpts from an Autobiographical Essay) [Journals] [Aeon]
... also the Sun; Saturn's southern hemisphere would have protruded bodily through its equatorial cloud, thus rendering itself quite clearly as a fast rotating globe to Earthly eyes; and its red glow would have been sufficient to heat the Earth at close proximity without actually dissolving the gloom. The same placental cloud, rotating as a giant whirlpool in the sky ... lectured on the scientific method and told I was being stubborn. In the end, the verdict was that my model was physically impossible. The argument that Wegener's model of shifting continents was also once thought to be impossible went unheeded. My five staunch mechanists deserted me, leaving me with a pile of impressive calculations that explained everything except what ...
55. Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky [Books]
... not the refutation of specific claims. [Emphasis added] "First the assumption that similarity of form reflects simultaneity of occurrence: Velikovsky discusses the fossil fishes of the Old Red Sandstone, a Devonian formation in England (350-400 million years old). He cites evidence of violent death- contortion of the body, lack of predation, even signs ... the theory of "punctuated equilibria" are transition arguments on the road to a comprehensive temporal theory of evolution. After all, what are catastrophic occurrences but sudden and dramatic shifts in the external periodicities or rhythms? Catastrophes introduce massive, overwhelming novelty into the environment. The sudden speed-up of external periodicities is far greater than what can be anticipated ...
56. Mars Gods of the New World [Journals] [Aeon]
... Indra, Horus, Cuchulainn, Apollo and others, discovering compelling evidence that each of these figures originally personified the planet Mars, their cults reflecting ancient conceptions associated with the red planet. Throughout each step of the investigation, the cult of Nergal has loomed large, not only because of its antiquity but because it offers a solid link with ... In its attempt to be all-encompassing, Alexander's analysis contributes little towards clarification of Tezcatlipoca's original nature. The interpretation offered by Sejourne is even more esoteric: "His nebulous and shifting character, and also his close connection with activities of the most profane kind, suggests that Tezcatlipoca, image of the Earth Sun, is really humanity itself, symbolizing ...
57. Book Shelf [Journals] [Aeon]
... carbon dioxide as visualized with our telescopes in the frozen whitish polar caps. When Mariner 4 made its fly-by in July of 1965 for a tantalizing first close-up look at the red planet, its photographic results were awaited with anticipation and considerable excitement. Due to dust loading of the Martian atmosphere, however, the returned pictures turned out to be ... wrong geographic localities, ancient sun dials that give the wrong times for their present latitudes, pyramid faces that have improper slopes and orientations, and desert markings that reflect apparent shiftings of the positions of the Sun, Moon, or the pole star are all utilized in his analyses. Disorientations of the summer solstice in megaliths, such as Stonehenge ...
58. Ice Cores and Common Sense Part 1 [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... . In sea, lake, and river this pigment gave a bloody coloring to the water. Because of these particles of ferruginous or other soluble pigment, the world turned red. [Ibid. p. 48] The presence of the hematoid pigment in the river caused the death of fish. . . . [Ibid. p. ... glaciation only 2700 or 3500 years ago. It ended close to 11,000 years ago, and this resulted from a global warming trend, as shown by a pronounced shift to less negative d 18O values in every ice core record that goes back that far. As mentioned earlier, isotope ratios are affected by temperature, latitude, elevation ...
... (that is, between about 6 o N and 6 o S, reckoned from the equator of those days), roughly between where is now situated Massawa on the Red Sea, and Moyale, or Fort Harrington, on the northern frontier of Kenya. The satellite took half a day to swing from the northernmost point it was able ... distribution of the sub-crustal magma started. The whole equilibrium of the globe was altogether upset. A new equator line had now to be balanced out. This entailed also a shifting of the poles. The North Pole, which had been situated somewhere near Wrangel Island during the stationary period, began to move away towards the Bering Strait. But ...
60. Exploding Planets and Non-exploding Universesed [Articles]
... here related to the impact of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 Comet on Jupiter this summer, which is certainly relevant to the theme of this Symposium. Here we have Jupiter showing its Red Spot, and its Galilean Moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, and the comet was discovered in 1992. It's said to have broken into 21 ... , the most fundamental basis behind the Big Bang theory that the whole universe originated in an explosion about 10-15 billion years and has been expanding ever since, is the red shift of galaxy light. When we look out in the universe at other galaxies their light is red shifted. We wish to know if red shift is due to expansion ...
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