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51. Letters [SIS C&C Review $]
... : "1. The common theme of religions is cosmic deliverance. This is against the widely-held view that it is not possible to attribute a common denominator to the variety of religious phenomena, and that we must be content to discover family resemblances among them. "2. Particular religions are cultural embodiments of a common threefold dynamic consisting of cosmic complaint, ... the mounting evidence in the most disparate disciplines of researches which unwittingly, and therefore all the more persuasively, tends to reinforce his premises. One recent example in the field of religion is a work (which, I confess, attracted me by its title): The Fragile Universe- An Essay in the Philosophy of Religions by Patrick Burke (London: ... , 1979: £8.95). Though there is much to commend the work, apart from its interest in the context of the S.I.S., a quotation from the book's own flap effectively sums up the content and would serve to alert members to significant changes in thinking in this particular field: "As regards their hold on men's minds, the great ...
52. RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : CHAPTER : [Quantavolution Website]
... polemic can be avoided. We have had a taste of an ongoing scientific polemic at this symposium, and need only remind ourselves of the greater heat generated in the past by religious polemics to understand why both are best dispensed with. The work of Velikovsky is in fact susceptible to use in religious polemic as well as scientific. This has already been begun ... My project here is a kind of spectral analysis of religions- Egyptian, Hebrew, Christian, Islamic; Teotihuacano, Mayan, Hopi, Aztec- and since the subject of religion has traditionally involved polemic, I would like to begin by considering calmly for a moment the most effective means by which polemic can be avoided. We have had a taste of ... AND CULTURAL AMNESIA CHAPTER FOUR STRUCTURING THE APOCALYPSE: Old and New World Variations William Mullen Hodder Fellow in the Humanities Princeton University My project here is a kind of spectral analysis of religions- Egyptian, Hebrew, Christian, Islamic; Teotihuacano, Mayan, Hopi, Aztec- and since the subject of religion has traditionally involved polemic, I would like to begin ...
53. Human Sacrifice - Then and Now [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... communicate, use tools, co-operate in hunting and even commit murder. Much has been written about human sacrifice yet, despite the evidence, societies that ostensibly no longer practise such religious rites persist in repressing acceptance of their earlier participation in such behaviour and roll their eyes in condemnatory horror at cultures which still do (or did, witness the Spanish reaction to ... (Murals of Ancient Cacaxtla), September 1992, pp. 120-136 The Rise of Blood Sacrifice and Priest-Kingship in Mesopotamia: a 'Cosmic decree'?, by Gunnar Heinsohn, Religion (1992) 22, 109-134 What is Judaism? by Gunnar Heinsohn, unpublished paper 1992 In February 1992 I stood in the Natural History Museum in Santiago, Chile, and ... which just happens to be part of the human condition. However, it would seem that it was the inception of human sacrifice which was at the root of the first organised religions and that complex cultures arose only in response to centralised temple worship. The step to civilization was a massive discontinuity in human development and it was slippery with blood. We need ...
54. homepage [Mythopedia Website]
... female line. [I 472 trading Women were the original traders. [I 483-485 making music It may be noted that the sacred drum which plays so important a part in religious and magic ceremonies in every part of the world, being originally a pan or pot covered with a hide, and pots being manufactured exclusively by women, is necessarily of female ... AND INSTITUTIONS, I-III, 1927 by drs. Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs, Netherlands introduction Robert Briffault ought to be called a true hero in the academic fields of anthropology and religion, not only because of the colossal size of his work, not only because of his eloquent mode of writing or the impressive depth of his reasoning, but especially because of ... II 577-582. Although the brothers are sometimes identified as sun and moon, originally they were the full moon and the new moon. In Persian religion, as in most other religions, the dissociated good principle became identified with the sun, ‘ the conqueror ’, and dark, fatal, inexorable aspects were left in their old association with the lunar powers ...
55. THE DEVINE SUCCESSION: PART I. THEOMACHY: CHAPTER SIX: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE [Quantavolution Website]
... that this increment of meat went far toward making up for a serious protein deficiency in the Aztec diet. When asked the reason for the sacrifices, which were conducted always with religious rituals, the Aztec spokesmen replied that the god managing the Sun depended on them. If the sacrifices were suspended, the Sun would not rise and set, and this glorious ... . No culture has been free of cannibalism in its history, nor are most religions that profess gods fully exempted today. Apparently cannibalism touches upon some vital nerve center of historical religion. Else there would be only the onetime universal practice, which would have been stopped, and there would not have continued the substituted sacrifice and eating of animals nor the complicated ... sacrifice, faithfully performed according to the precepts of the Old Testament, and the Muslim followed suit. No culture has been free of cannibalism in its history, nor are most religions that profess gods fully exempted today. Apparently cannibalism touches upon some vital nerve center of historical religion. Else there would be only the onetime universal practice, which would have been ...
56. The Great Father [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... and fetishes of the savage. It is interesting that the advocates of the various evolutionary theories, in their fascination with present-day primitive cultures, almost never concern themselves with the oldest religious texts and symbols which have come down to us. The sacred hymns and eulogies of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, reveal a tradition of a "great god" reaching back into ... us that human reason gradually modified capricious spirits of "vegetation," "spring," "the ancestors," or "sexual power" into the great gods of global religion. Of such an evolutionary process, however, one finds little evidence. The great edifices erected by Herbert Spencer, E.B. Tylor, and James G. Frazer (1 ... heavens and founded the antediluvian kingdom of peace and plenty, the "Golden Age." While few of us today could locate Saturn in the starry sphere, the earliest astral religions insist that the planet-god was once the all-powerful ruler of heaven. But paradoxically, they also declare that he resided on earth as a great king. He was the father both ...
57. THE DEVINE SUCCESSION: PART I. THEOMACHY: CHAPTER SEVEN: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR [Quantavolution Website]
... object-- the description may be close, and when a mass of separate hallucinations is analyzed statistically, one does obtain averages and types. When two people discuss a similar religious experience- a visual revelation of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, say- one can statistically adumbrate shared social and psychic features of the people that tend to qualify them for ... why mankind once was much more religious than now. Geology and archaeology can demonstrate (with much more research than they are inclined to provide) the actual basis for enhanced early religion. Psychology and the history of religion can show how the religious mind has expectedly peaked in these actual stress periods and subsided when the strains relaxed. Practically all historians of religions ... religion and renowned modern theologians have accepted evolutionary theories of cultural development in describing religious history. Even Henri Bergson who spoke of a "discontinuous evolution which proceeds by bounds" saw this progressive achievement of higher forms of behavior against the backdrop of an unchanging natural scenery. To all of such thinkers, religion must have progressed out of a rational advancement of humanity ...
58. Forum [SIS C&C Review $]
... places etc. However when did he live? Was it at the beginnings of Judaism, or during a phase of national crisis? In a talk on Cyrus the Great and religious development in the first millennium BC, Ali Rezah Saheb claimed that Zoroastrianism developed in around 630 BC [8 (but see Cohn [5); this intellectual watershed pre-empted the ... eradicated. The cult centre of Shiloh was downgraded (it was still in existence in the late monarchy, mentioned by Jeremiah) and Jerusalem was upgraded [6. The old religion became associated with abominable cult practices, high altars, stone circles, and human sacrifice. The opposition was demonised and history was rewritten- as happened after the introdction of Christianity ... were followed by famine, plague and tribal and refugee intrusions. Periodic episodes of chaos in the natural world and an obsession with fertility and food resources are a constant feature of religio-myth around the world. This connection has already been made by Baillie [13 and James, a former Glasgow chronologist [14. The evidence points to a series of natural disasters ...
59. HOMO SCHIZO I: Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY [Quantavolution Website]
... of plants, usable in a variety of complaints, is recognized, accepted and even experimentally enlarged. All this now occurs beneath the sublimatory umbrella of suppressed, 'forgotten,' religious approval; thus, the god of Venus may rarely be evoked or cited. A corpus of medical therapy exists and can even grow pragmatically by means of the observation of qualities ... and 'public' objects by displacements, and acts, in one way or another, similarly (so far as concerns his motivation) with regard to both types of objects. RELIGION AS CUSTODIAN OF FEAR What else has man done other than prepare for and engage in conflicts and war? He has practiced religion as much or more of the time, and ... , divorce itself from schizotypicality. Elsewhere, I have ventured to say that real celestial activity was the original sponsor of religion; and it has always been a reinforcer of traditional religiosity, as people view the skies once again as part of their religion. Catastrophes are breeders of typical religiosity. The seeds of many memorial generations lie dormant, awaiting the occasion ...
60. Pharaoh Seti the (Great and His Foreign Connections - II [Kronos $]
... the subterranean, chthonic nature of the Central Hall make Seti's Cenotaph unattractive as supporting evidence for academic archaeology and its neat classifications. Seti is often accused of trying to restore archaic religious traditions, the usual theories attributing this ambition to reaction against the detested "Atenism" of Akhnaten's reign toward the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Frankfort goes so far as to ... Religions LOCAL AND GLOBAL DIRECTIONS AND THEOLOGIES In more traditional areas of the Moslem Middle East, blasphemy is a capital offense. To mock the Holy Names is not tolerated. Serious religion is the most stringent possible control over individual behaviour; and when blasphemy- as individual assertion or declaration of independence- is punished severely, not to say violently, the controlling ... . Talbott's earlier paper on Seti the Great which appeared in KRONOS V:3 (Spring 1980), pp. 23-35.- LMG Part II Seti's Cenotaph and Archaic Mystery Religions LOCAL AND GLOBAL DIRECTIONS AND THEOLOGIES In more traditional areas of the Moslem Middle East, blasphemy is a capital offense. To mock the Holy Names is not tolerated. Serious religion ...
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