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81. Heracles as Cross-Dresser [Journals] [Aeon]
... earth goddess playing a role similar to that of Hera in pre-Hellenic religion, one who survived the clash between two religious traditions and the union of Hera with Zeus. Her participation in a sacred marriage with the divine Heracles and the ... : "In summary, the association of Heracles with Omphale goes back to a much more serious union of pre-Hellenic religion, a union of the male fertilizing agent and the female reproductive power of Mother Earth. Along with the fact ... . Phillpotts, op. cit., pp. 135-136.  J. de Vries, Altgermanische Religionsgeschichte, Vol. 2 (Berlin, 1970), p. 109.  E. Mayrhofer-Passler, ...
82. The Two Sargons and Their Successors (Part II) [Journals] [Aeon]
... is definitely in the affirmative and following is what might be only a partial list of such discoveries. A vast religious temenos, originally founded by Sargon of Akkad, was encountered at Sippar by Vincent Scheil in 1893. Because the ... Heinsohn himself was of the same opinion. Thus, in 1982, he was still stating that "the monotheistic religion instituted by Abraham is not identical with the practice of his followers after the exile."(82) Granted ... as "[ the god] Hammu is great" not only makes perfect sense, it also fits with the religio-historical facts while conforming to the general nomenclature of Mesopotamian monarchs. Heinsohn's proposed reading of this name as "great founding ...
83. Let There Be Darkness: An Archetypal Analysis of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich [Journals] [Aeon]
... the touch of his hand. Gros' purpose was "to elevate a historical event to an act of almost religious significance and solemnity, in which Napoleon, the messiah of democracy, plays simultaneously the roles of Alexander, Christ ... , The Egyptian Hermes (Princeton, 1993), pp. 22 ff.; W. Burkert, Greek Religion (Cambridge, 1985), inter alia. 61. (ref 30) L'Orange, op. cit. ... Heil was an acclamation reserved for the highest dignitaries in German history such as princes, but it also has a religious-medical connotation in German meaning healed' or saved'. The name for savior in German is Heiland; and various ...
84. The New Science of Immanuel Velikovsky [Journals] [Kronos]
... he has been a very involved participant. It was Velikovsky's thesis that, in the ancient myths, legends and religious origins of man, we find reliable evidence that the earth and its people have experienced and recorded a series of ... remembered to a remarkably accurate degree, was, nonetheless, rearranged, possibly for schematic reasons associated with the Hopi religion. We are not, in the present paper, in any position to make an exhaustive study of all myths ... catastrophe, much less to compare them with other categories of myth. The pattern that does seem to be common to those that we have examined is that the imaginative element, which plays an unmistakable role, is restricted to the ...
85. Heracles and the Planet Mars [Journals] [Aeon]
... (Boston, 1917), pp. 312-313. 26. W. G. Lambert, "Gilgames in Religious, Historical and Omen Texts, and the Historicity of Gilgames," in Gilgames et sa legende (Paris, ... Influence in Hellenic Mythology (Clifton, 1966), pp. 97-100. See also W. Burkert, Greek Religion (Oxford, 1985), pp. 208-211. 36. B. C. Brundage, "Heracles the ... " Hermes 18 (1883), pp. 421-422; F. Boll, "Kronos-Helios," Archiv fur Religionswissenschaft, XIX (1916-1919); M. Jastrow, "Sun and Saturn," Revue d'Assyriologie et d'Archeologie Orientale ...
86. On Comets, Comet-Like Luminous Apparitions and Meteors [Journals] [Kronos]
... ," a concept which, according to Goetze, corresponds most closely to the mana conception known from ethnography and religious reports (Goetze, p. 138 and n. 2), and which can represent a manifestation of the ... year 88, it was supposedly Isis herself who threw fire upon the siege machines. Nilsson, Geschichte der Griechischen Religion II,124. Cf. p. 175. Justinus (XXXVII, 2), as cited by G ... Windengren, Die Religionen Irans (Stuttgart, 1965), pp. 236 ff., reports of this comet-star that it "radiated light on two occasions (at the birth and regnal ascendence of Mithridates Eupator) so intensively for ...
87. Theomachy in the Theater: on the Fringes of the Collective Amnesia [Journals] [Kronos]
... these spirits or demons are very remote; but legends have subsequently endowed them with vitality, and the vicissitudes of religious experience have given them new and more complex qualities. These more palpable images have since been assimilated by popular tradition ... vainly searching for that poise and serenity reflected in images of the gods or teachers of the more advanced and cultivated religions.(13) Thus, the atomic tragedy of World War II served to revitalize the dormant yet inherent cultural ... generation, it attenuated the catastrophe, transformed the agent into a dragon, and- as in several of the world's religions- split him down the middle into a god of good, and a god of evil. Three, since it ...
88. Child of Saturn (Part V) [Journals] [Kronos]
... Tanit 1. L. E. Stager & S. R. Wolff, "Child Sacrifice at Carthage - Religious Rite or Population Control?" Biblical Archaeology Review ( Jan./Feb. 1984), p. 38 ... , p. 36 (emphasis added). 23. D. Cardona, "Saturn: In Myth and Religion," KRONOS X: 1 (Fall 1984), pp. 8-9. 24. W. A. ... , Vol. I, pp. 339-340. 20. F. Boll, "Kronos-Helios," Archiv fur Religionswissenschaft as cited by D. N. Talbott, op.cit, p. 38. 21. F. ...
89. The Succession of Gods [Books] [de Grazia books]
... to control it. Such statements may provoke panic in various intellectual quarters, and we wonder whether to arrest the panic or let the room be cleared. Much of out religious thinking depends upon refusing or denying the statements. Even some hard-boiled anthropologists meekly purchase meliorism in religious history, part of the famous idea of evolutionary progress, some such ... secularists - and anthropologists. Even those who do not believe in gods are quite sure that they are competent to distinguish good gods from bad ones. Yet the history of religion permits the statement. Leroi-Gourhan believes that the Upper Paleolithic hunters were probably religious. I have supported this view in Chaos and Creation with illustrations of a probable mating of ...
90. James Hutton: A Non-inductive, Theological Catastrophist [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . THEOLOGY The second myth about Hutton is that his theory was an attempt at a break with tradition shrouded by religion. That is, his theory precluded any attempt to interpret the strata as support for a biblical catastrophe, and ... (15) that echo the heroic legend which Geikie presented, state: "The first to break formally with religion-shrouded tradition was James Hutton." (16) "Modern geology was born in 1785, when James Hutton. ... a historical myth. The real founder of gradualism was Charles Lyell, who denied catastrophism as, itself, a religious-geological myth. One of the great concepts of the Hutton legend is that he was the earliest figure who applied the ...
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