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... defense of the ASG's role as astronomers, but it had everything to do with defense of the PCP as a religious dogma, as the cherished and envied possession and mission of the ASG. When Velikovsky attacked that, (as ... Principle. The PCP is a vision of incorruptible evenness, regularity and precision. We might almost call it a religion, for it is what the American astronomical sub-group believed to be wholly true as an article of faith. To ... vision, he was attacked as one would a poisonous, insidious, evil heretic. To understand the depth and religiosity of the Harvard belief in heavenly invariance, we need turn only to the writings of the Harvard group at the ...
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... the early "converted" Christian-pagan Irish may, nay by all analogy must have continued prior pagan forms in their religious edifices, and not alone so, but the early Christian Irish must have appropriated the buildings of previous cults. ... is also straightly to the point "Every religious change amongst a people is properly speaking only an amalgam of diverse religions. The new one, whether introduced by force of persuasion or by fire and sword, cannot at one go ... very curious fact about the earlier pagan and the later quod de hominibus, cum ex sacrilegio et impiis in veram religionem convertuntur etc. Ep. ad Public, 47. Christian sacred vessel, the capsa, cista or turris, ...
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... matters small become involved. How did the ball games of many cultures come to be invented and why were they religious? Why do modern Peruvian Indians put bowls on their heads when the earth quakes? Are ancient Meso-American statues wearing ... well as continuous change in human ecology. When the skies fell, man was shocked into self- awareness, religion began, and with religion and from religion came politics- the organization and direction of human efforts towards the propitiation and ... perhaps obvious. Some recognize, in the theory of revolutionary primevology, elements of the creation theories of the ancient religion- still held by a majority of people of the world, incidentally- those talked-about gods and floods and fire, and ...
Terms matched: 4  -  Score: 2028  -  30 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/articles/talks/saidye/21grazia.htm
... to take up the subject: the stationary character of the Egyptian sun god is a verifiable axiom of the early religious texts. In this investigation, one puzzle leads inexorably to another. And yet the result is not the tangle ... disciplines touched by the theory. Astronomers and astrophysicists, historians, anthropologists, archaeologists and students of ancient myth and religion are asked to reconsider the most common assumptions about our past, including many that have rarely if ever been doubted ... wheel, introduced the science of agriculture, instituted laws, founded the rites of kingship, and taught the true religion- in short, brought to a barbarous race all of the arts of civilization. For centuries men have puzzled over ...
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15. The Great Terror [Journals] [Kronos]
... M. Jahoda.(14) In addition, the authors conclude that even "today, often devoid of religious connations, the Jew nevertheless remains the symbol of what man fears; his own weaknesses, his own dark impulses ... theorists and others, Manuel concluded that "the one emotion pervading primitive life as portrayed by the psychological historians of religion was terror."(6 )! The psychology of fear which still absorbs the thought of the forum of ... conceived by reasonable, natural man unless he had experienced in the flesh pangs as violent as the Hell of the religionist." - the Ed. 69. Cf. Trevor Ravenscroft, The Spear of Destiny (N . Y ...
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16. In Search of the Exodus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... but it appears to be an independent calculation- an approximation of year formulae derived from the annual records of a religious festival associated with a cult sanctuary such as Gilgal or Beth-el. Certainly, Semitic peoples such as the Assyrians appear ... a punishment and reward cycle of relationships with the god(s )? The scribal design, such as the religiosity of the Deuteronomist, tends to cloud early material, and yet various gems have been preserved intact within the text ... to Engnell the poem is a passion play: the army of Keret a religious procession associated with a great annual religio-feast (analogous with the Babylonian Akitu festival). Keret the king (god) officiates as god (king) ...
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... P. Bue, Mangaian Society (1934), p. 198; and R. W. Williamson, Religious and Cosmic Beliefs of Central Polynesia (1924), vol. 2, p. 251.]. On ... above" and "below" are carefully equivocal, here as there, to respect popular atavistic beliefs or state religion, but this is Plato's other world. When Dante took up Virgil's wisdom, his strong Christian preconceptions compelled him ... hole a lake spread out before Uitzilopochtli was born. See W. Krickeberg, "Der mittelamerikanische Ballspielplatz und seine religiose Symbolik," Paideuma 3 (1948). pp. 135ff., 155, 162.]. 207 ...
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18. Cosmology And PsychologyY [Journals] [Kronos]
... all mankind . . . " - H. Focillon, The Year 1000 (1969) "The literature of religious experience abounds in references to the pains and terrors overwhelming those who have come, too suddenly, face to face ... the human mind - the Cosmos Within - lie two of Mankind's most profound psychological and emotional creations - Myth and Religion. Together, they have served man's basic need to bridge the known and the unknown, the finite and the ... the Euphrates in the star of the Swallow." Other areas of the world also possessed a comparable cosmological "religio-philosophical" attitude regarding the creation of terrestrial cities. "A celestial Jerusalem was created by God before the city was ...
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... into modern times, and while the Swastika is recognized as a holy and sacred symbol by at least one Buddhistic religious sect, it is still used by the common people of India, China, and Japan as a sign of ... have existed long before the name was given to it. It must have been in existence long before the Buddhist religion or the, Sanskrit language. In Great Britain the common name given to the Swastika from Anglo-Saxon times by those ... Burnouf, Des Sciences et Religion," p.18. 29. The two pieces of wood of Ficus religiosa, used for kindling fire. 30. La Migration des Symboles,"p . 63. 31. Archaeologia ...
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... in the dream temples associated with the ancient Greek healing cult of Asklepios. Many questions remain regarding the nature of religious experiences enjoyed by the faithful, as well as the often symbiotic relationship between medicine and spirituality. In the second ... Lucid Dreaming and Visualization Techniques in The Sacred Tales of Aelius Aristides David Walter Leinweber There exists an ongoing link between religion and that field of inquiry modern scholarship calls psychology. Seldom has this bond been more evident than in the dream ... visions." [22] This comment is pregnant with interpretive possibilities for both students of religion and psychology. Religionists will note the implication that communication with one's god is a skill which requires learning and practice. Elderly monks and ...
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