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61. The Levites and the Revolts [Books] [de Grazia books]
... to legend, the Levites were the most faithful to Yahweh in Egypt where so many of the population lost their religious ardor. (I think that they may have had the most skilled and curious religious cultists.) They passed ... not hesitate, in this forceful little book, apologetically presented, to promote three of his older scientific theses: religion as a collective neurosis; the unconscious collective memory of humankind as having begun its guilt-laden career with the murder of ... you shall be gathered to your kin." 85. Ernst Sellin, Mose and seine Bedeutung fur die Israelitisch-Judische Religiongeschichte, Leipzig (1922). 86. Sellin, 81-113, based mostly on a study of Deutero-Isaiah. See ...
62. Shamir [Journals] [SIS Review]
... [7 ] almost always occurs in the plural and they were regarded as the specific weapons of deity in Greek religion. Shaft has the meaning in Greek of lightning (bolt) and this is similar in meaning to Excalibur [ ... desert. High Priests are a feature of settled communities - an ephod is a cosmopolitan embellishment to find in the religion's formative phase. This may reflect the actual date of the editor. In Exodus 39 the ephod is made of ... East and in the Americas because of this connection, sympathetic magic. The idea of jewels and gemstones was originally religio-mythic and quite symbolic in nature. They had a specific meaning, associated with deity in the miniature. This was ...
63. 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, modelling 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: Ridûtu(m ) means Verfolgung. 46. W. Von Soden, "Religiose Unsicherheit: Sakularisierungstendenzen und Aberglaube." Analecta Biblica, Vol. 12 (1959), 356-67. He notes ...
64. The Cosmic Mountain [Books]
... must not only heap one conjecture upon another, but repudiate direct observation at each stage. Of what value- religious, psychological, or otherwise- is a fiction which flatly contradicts the phenomena it is intended to explain? Cynics ... Sumerian Mythology, 81. Langdon, Semitic Mythology, 99; Sayce, Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion, 360. Langdon, op. cit., 119. Op. cit., 360. Ibid. ... as an obvious symbol of the world nail. Uno Holmberg, Siberian Mythology, 221-22. Uno Holmberg, Die Religiosen Vorstellungen, 47-48. Ibid., 62. Ibid., 75-88. Lenormant, Les Origines,Vol. ...
65. The Death of Heracles [Journals] [Aeon]
... , in addition to its debt to epic tradition, it has long been known that Greek drama originally commemorated actual religious practices of early Greece. Here Murray observed: Greek tragedy, strictly speaking, was a peculiar form of art ... altar of Dionysus over the sacrifice of a dismembered goat, which, by a form of symbolism common in ancient religion, represented the god himself...Its subjects might be taken from any part of the Greek heroic tradition ... ," Levant 7 (1975), pp. 77-103. 87. H. Bonnet, Reallexikon der agyptischen Religionsgeschichte (Berlin, 1952), p. 103. 88. Ibid., p. 108. Shu, ...
66. The Holy Land [Books]
... consumed the body of the creator. (I shall not distract from the present discussion by elaborating parallels in later religious symbolism.) The interrelated terminology identifies the primeval ta, "land," with the enclosure of the central ... . cit., 111. Keith, Indian Mythology, 138. Cook, Zeus: A Study in Ancient Religion, Vol. I, 215, 225. Ibid., 290. Ibid., 298. L'Orange, ... or nation- all else belonging to the "barbarians." But every sacred "land" organized around a religious-political centre proclaimed itself a copy of the primeval dwelling in heaven. Thus the Egyptian ta, often rendered as " ...
67. KA [Books]
... hoopoe. Musterion can also mean mouse-hole. The Greek word, which is almost always plural, musteria, means religious demonstrations, the knowledge being imparted in secret. The electrical significance appears in, for example, Euripides, Stemmata ... (Chapter Nine: Tripod Cauldrons) 10. THE EVIDENCE FROM PLUTARCH 11. THE PRESOCRATIC PHILOSOPHERS 12. MYSTERY RELIGIONS Notes (Chapter Twelve: Mystery Religions) 13. KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC Notes (Chapter Thirteen: ... fire, so that they and their circlings could be seen by men, finds an echo in Cicero: "Religio est iuncta cum cognitione naturae," religion is joined with a knowledge of nature. Cognitio' is used of ...
68. Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas (Part 3) [Journals] [Kronos]
... said to have derived not only the modern Jewish religion but also Christianity and Islam the two heretical offshoots of Jewish religious tradition. Vine Deloria, Jr., God Is Red (Delta Books, New York, 1974), ... . . Christianity has always placed a major emphasis on the idea of history. From the very beginning of the religion, it has been the Christian contention that the experiences of mankind could be recorded in a linear fashion, and ... found a major publisher, would never have become a bestseller, had it not had a strong appeal to old-time religionists.... To astronomers and physicists, without exception, Velikovsky's scenario is so crazy that most of them ...
69. Star Names: Their Lore and Meaning [Books]
... as Bayer Latinized it, with a chain around its neck that united it to one of the Fishes; their religious scruples deterring them from figuring the human form. Such images were prohibited by the Kur'an; and in the oral ... the Euphrates, where the recent study of mythology discovers their origin in serious connection with the most ancient of earthly religions, long antedating Moses, "attempted explanations of natural phenomena," drawn from observations on the earth and in ... twelve chief divinities; and Saint Clement tells us that the White, or Sacred, Ibis, Ibis aethiopica or religiosa, was its emblem. The Jesuit Father Athanasius Kircher,4 1612-1680, has left to us its separate Coptic-Egyptian ...
70. The Saturn Theory [Journals] [SIS Review]
... represent Venus after Saturn disappeared, Ev Cochrane said that scholars of religion have often found how incredibly stubborn and conservative religious images have been through the millennia. Venus was represented as an 8 fold star very early on, yet that ... Saturn Theory by Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane is the author of Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion. Together with Dave Talbott and Dwardu Cardona, Ev Cochrane is one of the primary architects of the Saturn theory ... , Aeon 5:1 , 1997, pp. 69-78. 23. H. Bonnet, Reallexikon der agyptischen Religionsgeschichte, Berlin, 1952, p. 277. 24. Spell 769 in the Coffin Texts. 25. See ...
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