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61. Venus In The Folklore Of The Indians, Part 1 Venus Ch.9 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... in the heavens. . . . The old people told us that the Morning Star said that when the time came for the world to end, the Moon would turn red . . . that when the Moon should turn red, the people would know that the world was coming to an end. "The Morning Star said further that ... will come, the North and South poles will change places. In the past the South Star left its place a few times and came up higher, bringing about a shifting of the poles, but on these occasions the polar stars did not reverse their positions. The change in the colour of the sun and the moon was conditioned by ...
62. The Dawn of Astronomy: A Study of the Temple-Worship and Mythology of the Ancient Egyptians [Books]
... ] Chapter I: The Worship of the Sun and the Dawn Mitra, Indra (the day brought by the sun), Sűrya, Vasishtha, Arusha (bright or red.); and for the Dawn-gods Ushas, Dyaus, Dyotanâ, Ahana, Urvasi. We have only to consider how tremendously important must have been the coming of ... institution, the year as it was before the Egyptians had made two unwelcome observations: First, that the year of 360 days did not correspond to the reality, but shifted by one day in four years with regard to the seasons; secondly- which, of course, took a much longer time- that the rising of Sirius ceased ...
63. New Scenarios for Solar System Evolution [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... enormous edifice of theory has been built upon this assumption but, like an inverted pyramid resting on its apex, it all rests on the assumption that the shifting to the red of the light of faint galaxies means that they are receding from us with speeds that can approach the speed of light. For the last 33 years, however, ... directions. An enormous edifice of theory has been built upon this assumption but, like an inverted pyramid resting on its apex, it all rests on the assumption that the shifting to the red of the light of faint galaxies means that they are receding from us with speeds that can approach the speed of light. For the last 33 years ...
64. Friday Evening Discussion [Journals] [SIS Review]
... see out there is a bunch of photons held together by a lot of theories. Some of us don't even believe in the photons. All the theories are based on red shift, the idea that all galaxies beyond the Milky Way are red-shifted, so convention assumes the universe is expanding. Because the Universe is believed to be expanding, ... shift is used to estimate how far away distant objects are and it is assumed, going back in time, that the Universe started at one point with a Big Bang. However Arp's study of high redshift quasars shows they emit red light in a different part of the spectrum. Some near' and some more remote' galaxies are actually ...
65. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Four [Books]
... the plays and to ignore a great many other references to other colours. Thus, for example, there are Grumio's green boots in the Taming of the Shrew, Antony's red eyes in Julius Caesar, a blue promontory in Antony and Cleopatra, a purple dye in Midsummer Night's Dream, and brown furze in the Tempest. In fact, ... Venus and Mars cited in the text of the Midrash proper: it would be interesting to see if the Velikovskians could make any more sense out of this rabbinical blunder by shifting the planets orbits around in accordance with V's scenario. But they too would have great difficulties, I think: firstly, 480 years is clearly wrong on anybody's model ...
66. The Nature and Origin of Comets and the Evolution of Celestial Bodies (Part III) [Journals] [Kronos]
... some scientists to ponder its possible incorrectness. The Hubble constant is unlike other physical constants. It cannot be measured under laboratory conditions, but depends on a circular argument (red shifted stellar spectral lines predominated, which some interpreted as indicating an expanding universe. As the expanding universe concept grew in acceptance, this led to further acceptance of the ... constant's use). It is proposed here that small induced dipole forces acting on photons can account for both the red-shift and bending of light around stellar objects (celestial bodies with ongoing fusion in their atmospheres). This follows from known observations of macroscopic and subatomic phenomena. In atomic physics, gamma rays are known to split (electron positron ...
67. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the tale of the Ethiopian princess Bilkis travelling from the royal city of Saba to visit King Solomon, by whom she became pregnant. Her journey entailed a crossing of the Red Sea at its narrowest point and an approach to Jerusalem on camels from the Arabian side (he said the Kingdom of Saba stretched on both sides of the Red Sea ... Myrs and used it as evidence for his slow death theory) and glib assertions that the region had a similar orientation to the Sun as it has today. (Polar shift is a possibility, as also the dinosaur bones being carried to their present grave by tidal waves). However, on the same argument as used by Clemens, ...
68. Sagan On The Run [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Dr. Sagan's guidance we began delving into Martian features of interest for future manned exploration, including river valleys where fluid once flowed, showing light colored layers beneath the prevailing red. Perhaps in these layers a more detailed history of Mars could be traced. Surprisingly absent was any significant amount of recent footage; the pictures used in the presentation ... from the upper left, it was the tendency of most viewers to interpret the relief in reverse. In fact, this viewer also had a struggle at first, to shift perceptions and see the relief correctly. At first, craters looked like domes, valleys looked like ridges, and mounds looked like hollows. But with some considerable time ...
69. The Legends of the Jews: Volume III [Books]
... him and his sons from drinking wine or strong drink when they went into the Tabernacle.  On this day, also, Moses received the revelation concerning the red heifer, whose significance was never vouchsafed to any other human being beside himself. On the following day, under the supervision of Eleazar, Aaron's son, it was ... the camp was about to be moved, for Kohath's sons to hasten into the sanctuary and seek to pack up the different portions of it, each one planning cautiously to shift the carrying of the Ark upon another. But this even more kindled God's anger against them, and He slew many of the Kohathites because they ministered to the Ark ...
70. The Celestial Ship of North Vol II [Books]
... still held to be a sign of the "Light of the World," symbol of the Messiah, as is the tallest candle of the Roman church, while the red source is preserved or symbolized in the red wafer used by the Papists. The Divine Tear was a type of creative power in Egypt, and the Tears of the ... The Sceptre of Ptah From "The Book of the Master," by Marsham Adams. Courtesy of G. P. Putnam's Sons, Publishers, New York. The Shift of the North Adapted from an Ancient Symbol by Berenice Langton. Saturn From "The Rosicrucians," by Hargrave Jennings, Published by Chatte and Windus, London. ...
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