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91. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... field by Earth standards, but Mars lost its field 38 billion years ago, or so they think. It should also have cooled to an inert, cold lump of rock by now, but the molten core and evidence of recent volcanic eruptions (within the past 10 Myrs) show it is still hot and active. There has even ... much colder areas and was no doubt helped by the wearing of clothes, which a DNA study of lice indicates started as long ago as 72,000 years. Neanderthal Art (New Scientist, 6.12.03. p. 11) A piece of flint, roughly shaped like a face, was apparently deliberately further shaped and ...
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92. Celestial fireworks [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... in the natural world as we know it today. Yet at the same time they come remarkably close to our reconstruction of the former skies. The idea is that ancient rock art, and, in later stages of art history, all sorts of traditional sculptures and decorations, attempted to represent the age of the gods. It must constantly ... the imagery of world mythology in 10 minutes: a general presentation of the pictures that appeared in the sky; a presentation where such pictures are compared to works of ancient art; and a presentation in which the anatomy of the celestial configuration is studied. All were produced in close cooperation with my beloved wife, Seong-Hee Jo, to whom ...
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... Discussion & Questions From the Floor Discussion on Wal Thornhill & Ev Cochrane's papers Discussion Discussion Djorgovski's Mystery Object Dodwell Domination of Astronomy Over Other Disciplines..., The Don't Rock The Ark Donovan Courville Responds Doomsday: The Science of Catastrophe by Fred Warshofsky Double Crater on Eros Doubt Cast on Frank's Small-comet Theory Dr Brian Martin Dr C. J ... Dr Immanuel Velikovsky by Ruth Velikovsky Sharon, PhD Abimilki, Azaru and Nikmed in the El-Amarna Correspondence and the Assyrian AnnalsS ABOB's Page: Comets, Culture, & Currency Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre Aboriginal Art and Cosmic Imagery? Aboriginal Watercolourist About Where Troy Once Stood Abraham and Phallicism Abraham and Ur Abraham In Egypt Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological ...
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... [30] , "the peaceful and happy existence [that Ren and his wife came to know in Devon after 1967] was once disturbed by small pieces of airborne rock landing on their house from blasting operations in a nearby limestone quarry. Ren knew enough about explosives to be able to advise the quarry manager on how to avoid these ... November 1918. Meanwhile German soldiers had been billeted in the family house and so young Ren, between the ages of 8 & 12, was already learning some of the arts of resisting an occupying force. With the coming of peace, as the son of a fallen Belgian soldier, Ren Gallant started his career as a member of the ...
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95. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... World Wide Web site: © May 2000 The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies 2000 Number 1 Contents Our Rock Who Art in Heaven, the new book from Jacqueline Brook ( see page 3 ) About the SIS; How to Join Editorial .. 1 World Wide Web focus ... . 2 Our Rock Who Art in Heaven .. 2 The Living Cosmos .. 2 Graham Hancock .. 3 Ebay Auction Site: Velikovskiana .. 5 When the Gods Came Down .. 5 Institute for the Study of Interdisciplinary Sciences .. 6 ONElist : NewChronology .. 7 Dance of the Planets .. 7 Out of Egypt ...
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96. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Number 2 Contents Above: Suggested comet pictograph. From Painted Cave, Burro Flats, California, from Hudson, Travis and Georgia Lee, "Function and Symbolism in Chumesh Rock Art", in Journal of New World Archaeology 6(3 ) 1984. Below: Suggested supernova. Petroglyphs from Northern Arizona (top row) from Eddy, ... , "Astroarchaeology" in Insights into the Ancient Ones, edited by Edward F. Berger, 1981. And rock art from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (bottom), from Williamson, Ray A., in Living the Sky: The Cosmos of the American Indians, 1984. About the SIS; How to Join Editorial .. ...
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... unwalled cities, and flat, open country, all fell in their hands.[86] They pushed on through the desert as far as the spring issuing from the rock at Kadesh, the spot appointed by God as the place of pronouncing judgment against Moses and Aaron on account of the waters of strife. Thence they turned toward the ... . On the day on which the king appeared among the people, they began to complain of this tax upon the dead. They said: "What is this thou art inflicting upon thy servants- permitting none to be buried unless they pay thee silver and gold! Has a thing like this come to pass in the world since the ...
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... the ancient peoples. That the teeth of those in the Royal Cemetery while living in Mesopotamia during the period when it was a desert and eating grains and bread ground on rock which produced grit and infiltrated by wind-blown sand, show very little such wear compared to others, implies that these people did not live all their lives in Mesopotamia but ... came from the horse's own mouth." Gunnar Heinsohn writes: "Just refer Dwardu [Cardona] to the 1998 Harvard/Yale poster text as my state of the art." Cardona: "And refer Heinsohn to his own words as they were published in Did the Sumerians and Akkadians Ever Exist? ' AEON I:2 ( ...
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99. Sinking and Rising Lands [Books] [de Grazia books]
... from the deep bottoms in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean; this is surprising given the major discovery of recent oceanography that the ocean bottoms are covered everywhere with lava. Metamorphic rocks typical of the nearby islands and Italy were found 3000 meters below sea level in the central Tyrrhenian Sea, as reported by Heezen [5 ]. Fragments of black ... Coast were not long afterwards lamenting the destruction of their previous civilization by the jaguar-god (a Venus symbol) and storm-god Hurracan, and telling of how they were taught their arts by a few people who came from the east. Kelly and Dachille wrote that the Gulf of Mexico has the superficial appearance of a meteoritic impact crater. In Cook's ...
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... But the Odyssey (xix, 163) remembered the two beliefs: "Thou art not sprung from the oak (or tree) renowned in story, or from a rock." And Dr. Schrader adds, "the question is to the root of this stem may be left undiscussed "; but I am not inclined to throw ... ." Then we have also the Vedic Agni standing at the Navel of the Earth, as in Wilson's Rig Veda " thou Vaishwltnara (i . e. Agni) art the navel of men, and supportest them like a deep-planted .column." "Agni, head of heaven, navel of earth " (i , 157) ...
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