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51. On testing The Polar configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... where the crown "may in fact be considered as itself a little sanctuary." G. Rachel Levy, Religious Conceptions of the Stone Age (New York, 1963), p. 176. From this vantage point it ... Languages and Literatures, Vol. XXXV, No. 4, p. 165. M. Jastrow, The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria (Boston, 1939), p. 57. Hildegard Lewy, "Origin and Significance ... , 1988), pp. 23 ff. 9. F. Boll, "Kronos-Helios," Archiv für Religionswissenschaft, XIX (1916-19), p. 343 f. 10. Plato, Epinomis, 987 c. The ...
52. When the Gods Came Down [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , Alan Alford explains why religion as we know it is a "dumbed down" form of a much older religious truth, which has been carefully hidden from the eyes of the masses. Beginning with 4,500 year-old sacred ... the Gods Came Down www.eridu.co.uk When the Gods Came Down: the Catastrophic Roots of Religion Revealed. A book by Alan F. Alford. Who or what were the Gods of ancient mythology, who ... 9 billion Christians? Putting away childish things and joining the common sense revolution'. The quest to become Homo religiosus sapiens - the man who is wise in his religion'. Appendix A: the Emissaries of God. The ...
53. Indispensable Gods [Books] [de Grazia books]
... practices and symbols is to relieve the massive anxiety stored from the earliest times by confessing what happened in those times and reliving them successfully. What appears to be radical in religious history is reactionary. Practitioners of the religion, wrought up beyond sufferance, find even the rigid rites of their church insufficient to recapture the moments of chaos and creation ... Indispensable Gods We have progressed so far from the early chapters of this book that a review of them is probably needed, a final commentary on the divine succession and historical religions. Historical religions conserve the memory of a certain time when the world was created and humans came into being. None says that mankind always existed, or that he ...
54. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... seen as well as heard: This idea of the creative Word of God came to have a profound philosophical and religious importance and was, and still is, the subject of much metaphysical debate. But originally it was not an ... David Lorton for this revelation, but see also A.B . Cook, Zeus: A Study in Ancient Religion, Vol.II, Part II (N .Y ., 1965), p.1038. 54 ... A. Heidel, op. cit., p.86. 55. D. Cardona, op. cit., p.39; idem, "The Mystery of the Pleiades," KRONOS III:4 ( ...
55. Epic Postscript [Journals] [Kronos]
... box-office triumph of the war, violence, crime, and disaster movies - beginning in the late sixties - that Religious Spectaculars capitulated and virtually disappeared from the repertoire of American cinema.(1 ) Here is an interesting psychological phenomenon ... made the most money.(2 ) The movie theater became a quasi-temple as Americans immersed themselves in a vicarious religion of cinematic spiritual fantasy. [* It would appear that Americans resorted to the classic principle of epic conversion in ... to sublimate the psychological effects of the War years; film became the perfect medium. See "Cosmology and Psychology," KRONOS 1, No. I (Spring, 1975), the section "The Fountain of Forgetfulness. ...
56. Hereditary Monarchy in Assyria and the Assyrian Kinglist [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer": . . . for more than three thousand years religious ideas promoted by the Sumerians played an extraordinary part in the public and private life of the Mesopotamians, modeling their ... the Mesopotamians were indifferent to the spiritual-religious aspects of life? Because we may not be believed when we say that religion permeated every facet of Mesopotamian society, we will quote from "Gods of Sumer": . . . for ... ; also AKW, 981: Ridutu(m ) means Verfolgung. 46. W. Von Soden, "Religiose Unsicherheit: Sakularisierungstendenzen und Aberglaube." Analecta Biblica, Vol. 12 (1959), 356-67. He notes ...
57. Earth Lights [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... western Ireland was seen by a group of witnesses in 1897, a strange light formation that was interpreted as a religious hologram of Catholic symbols. So many pilgrims continue to visit Knock than an airport has recently been built in the ... in order to cope with its popularity - amazing. Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon religion, had an experience which basically involved light phenomena which may be compared to St Paul's experience on the road to Damascus, ie the ... Napier, and Velikovsky minus the planets Venus and Mars, may have touched upon some of the themes behind global religio-myth, catastrophe in the last few thousand years of human history has simply not been dramatic enough to consistently reinforce more ...
58. Bibliography [Books]
... , 3 vols. Miguel Leon-Portilla, Pre-Columbian Literatures of Mexico (Norman, 1969) G. Rachel Levy, Religious Conceptions of the Stone Age (New York, 1963) Hildegard Lewy, "Origin and Significance of the Mâgen ... 1900), 2 vols. K. H. Brugsch, Thesaurus Inscriptionum Ägyptiacarum (Leipzig, 1883-91) , Religion und Mythologie der Alten Ägypter (Leipzig, 1890) E. A. Budge, The Egyptian Book of the ... Série Orientale Roma, Vol. XIV (Rome, 1957) Franz Boll, "Kronos-Helios," Archiv für Religionswissenschaft, XIX (1916-19) A. Bouche-Leclerq, L'Astrologie Grecque (Paris, 1899) Robert Briffault, The Mothers ...
59. Ascent into Dissent: The Quantavolution Books (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... as reported in the Scriptures, with the discoveries of the early electricians of modem science. The latter consider the religious nature of the human being and religiosity as a component in all human endeavors, including science. The book ends ... it is a tribute to de Grazia that his book could captivate one in such a setting. Two books about religion bracket the group above. They are God's Fire and The Divine Succession. The first prepares the reader for the ... the discoveries of the early electricians of modem science. The latter consider the religious nature of the human being and religiosity as a component in all human endeavors, including science. The book ends with a brief chapter on the search ...
60. Cosmic Catastrophes and the Ballgame of the Sky Gods in Mesoamerican Mythology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ]. Despite this unambiguous evidence, both historians and anthropologists alike have been unable to uncover the hidden meaning, religious function and cosmic symbolism of the Mesoamerican ballgame. Whereas most scholars agree that the game re-enacted some kind of cosmic ... tried to demonstrate that the catastrophe traditions originated from European travellers and missionaries who had read their own ideas into the religions of American Indians. In particular the flood stories were no longer regarded as original and autochthonous but as mere borrowings ... ., p. 178. 58. Ibid., p. 178. 59. Walter Krickeberg, Die Religionen des alten Amerika, Stuttgart, 1961, p. 5. 60. For archaeological evidence for natural catastrophes and ...
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