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121. Victory of The Sun [Books] [de Grazia books]
... his words are no more than both quantavolutionist and evolutionist require. For in newly "examining things present we have data" of particles and waves, turbulent heavens, mobile rocks and ocean basins, and electromagnetic-gravitational forces pervading all things. We must freshly "reason with regard to what has been." Thereupon "we have data for concluding ... Where is the Earth's Radiogenic Helium," 179 Nature (January 26), 213. (1961-62), "The Radio-Carbon Method," 39 Utah Academy Sci. Arts Letters Proceedings, 115-5. (1963), "Evidence for Recent Rupture of Continental Crust," 40 Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Part I ...
122. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is theoretically required to keep the planet warm enough to have all the flowing water scientists are convinced was on Mars much later. Further, the presence of outcrops of olivine rock indicate that the planet has been dry and cold for up to 3 Byrs because it weathers in warm moist environments. The argument against recent water grows stronger: an ... , 4.3 .00, p. 4, 6.5 .00, p. 35, Sunday Times 10.10.99 The earliest signs of art and symbolic thinking used to be considered to be those of Cro-Magnon man in Europe from 32,000 years ago, then redating of Australian finds pushed this date back ...
123. Snapshots of the Gods? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Classical Greece, Routledge, NYC, 1995, p. 5. 22. Freemont pictograph panel, San Rafael Swell, Utah, F A Barnes, Canyon Country Prehistoric Rock Art, Wasatch, 1982, p. 159. 23. Painted globular krater from Bisenzio, mid 7th cent. BC, Brendel, op. cit., ... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1998:2 (Mar 1998) Home | Issue Contents Snapshots of the Gods?by Charles Raspil Interpreting ancient art as being representational rather than symbolic may answer some riddles of mythology and religion: what do the Buddha, Typhon, Jesus, Astarte, Nimrod, Humbaba and other deities and phantasms ...
124. Prelude to Creation [Journals] [Aeon]
... It was hard to believe that someone outside the space-plasma community had knowledge of these. When I inquired further as to their source, I was told they were carved on rock. I immediately wanted to know where these rocks were stored. It was at that point that I found out that they were called petroglyphs and existed all over the ... E ., Ph.D ., for sharing his knowledge of plasma cosmology, the instabilities inherent in columnar plasma discharges, and the recognition of such discharges in ancient art depictions. Donald E. Scott, B.S .E .E ., M.S .E .E ., Ph.D ., for ...
125. Obituary: Allan Beggs [Journals] [Aeon]
... of Australia, Allan was 63 at the time of his death on October 5th, 1999. Allan holds the distinction of being the first independent researcher to point to Aboriginal rock art and myth as providing compelling evidence for the reconstruction offered by the Saturn theory. In "The Story So Far," a privately distributed publication dating to March ... , Allan cited a number of obscure myths from various Aboriginal tribes documenting the importance of the respective planets in their cosmology. In retrospect, it is obvious that this evidence constitutes an important link in the Saturnists' argument since it is most unlikely that the Aboriginal traditions were influenced by the astral religion of ancient Mesopotamia, an oft-heard objection to ...
126. C&C Workshop 2003, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Number 3 Society News 1 Letter 2 Article Hatshepsut, The Queen of Sheba and Velikovsky by Emmet J Sweeney 3 News from the Internet Shock Dynamics 11 James Q. Jacobs Rock Art Pages 11 Laura Lee 12 Spiral Galaxies & Grand Canyons by Wal Thornhill 11 Censorship, suppression and Dogmatism in Science by Rochus Boerner 12 Maverick Science 12 Electrons in ... early Universe by Eric Crewe 13 Copyright (c ) October 2003 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960) - registration number 286264 PRODUCTION TEAM: Jill Abery, David Davis, Val Pearce and Ian Tresman POSTAL EDITORIAL ADDRESS: Innesfree', Highsted,Valley, Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 0AD E-mail EDITORIAL ADDRESS: sis-ed-team ...
127. Poster Presentations Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . These ridges, which lie directly upon older ridges, are free of fossils, show no signs of organisation by hydraulic processes and the cements necessary for their conversion to rock could not be provided from earthly sources. These ridges can be traced to a stream of "jets" of disintegrating materials emanating from shifting surfaces on a comet's nucleus ... number of comets seen in the sky as recorded by Chinese astronomers was unusually higher. Charles Raspil, New York Hints To The Nature of Bronze Age Catastrophes Found In Ancient Art I propose that the core and purpose of ancient art was not symbol, but representation. Therefore, ancient depiction of the gods and their interactions could be seen as ...
128. New Archaeological Dates for the Israelite Conquest Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... the University of Lecce in Italy, furthermore, has found an EB III/MB I holy mountain which he claims is Mount Sinai. Anati discovered a great concentration of rock art (much of it with what seem to be religious themes) at Har Karkom, a mountain in the southern Negev of Israel. He also found standing stones ... altars, suggesting that this mountain had been a place of religious pilgrimage. All in all, he feels it fits the Bible's description of Mount Sinai quite well.6 The largest number of habitation sites near Har Karkom and the greatest volume of rock art there belong to the Early Bronze Age and Middle Bronze Age I. There seems to ...
129. The Leyhunter Journal [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Leyhunter Journal http://www.leyhunter.com The journal of geomancy, earth mysteries, Ancient wisdom, landscapes and sacred sites. In Issue 129: Prehistoric Rock Art and Landscape; Archaeoastronomy and Leys; Wisconsin's Mysterious Effigy Mounds; The Cerne Giant's head discovery. Editor: Danny Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org UK Office ... PO Box 258, Cheltenham, GL53 0HR UK Phone/fax: + 44 (0 ) 1444 242078 US Office: B&S (USA), Dept TLH, Box 940, Beacon, NY 12508, USA Phone/fax: 914 838 4340. ...
130. In the Days of Seti I and Ramses II [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Gwal. The most important of these was found to belong to a king Ahiram, or Hiram, a name common enough among Phoenician kings. A shaft cut into the rock led to a burial chamber which contained three sarcophagi. Two of these were plain and contained only bones. The third, ornately carved, belonged to Ahiram. A ... of relevance to the present work. Thus, for example, we should note that in his early tomb at Memphis there is depicted, for the first time in Egyptian art, a man on horseback. Further illustrations of cavalry come from the reigns of Seti I and Ramses II, and help us synchronise the 19th Dynasty with the early ...
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