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... to explain lucidly a phenomenon whereon geologists have hopelessly stumbled. It was a northern event, confined to the north, mainly to the Scandinavian countries and the British Islands. Rocks and stones, the material known in Scotland as "till," boulder-clay, and miscellaneous deposits known as "unstratified drift," all bear testimony to a vast ... its earliest historical occupants," and he suggests this wild and barren moor was once "the scene of life and intelligence, and it may be, of many useful arts." (Prehistonc Annals of Scotland, Vol.1 , p.9'.) In 1914, two archaeologists discovered ancient cairns in the Isle of Oronsay ...
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152. Maori Legends about Historical Impact Disaster [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... which destroyed the forests, the Moa, other birds and the greater part of mankind. Other forms of history leaving techniques include place names, songs, poems, and rock art; all support a catastrophic event that largely destroyed the Moa Hunter Culture. One poem and one dirge exists which relate the destruction of the Moa Hunter culture with ... splitting of the horns of the moon which fell to earth causing this mayhem. Rock art exists today which depicts men fleeing from falling chevrons, which have the horns of the chevron split. A further petroglyph exists which shows a man hands upheld in fear looking at a new moon with the lower horn of the moon split. Other motif ...
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... . Introduction 1 The unbreakable fetters which bound down the Great Wolf Fenrir had been cunningly forged by Loki from these: the footfall of a cat, the roots of a rock, the beard of a woman, the breath of a fish, the spittle of a bird. The Edda Toute vue des choses qui n'est pas étrange est fausse ... the hand. His late successors have taken him too literally, and concentrated on artifacts. They have been unaware of the enormous intellectual effort involved, from metallurgy to the arts, but especially in astronomy. The effort of sorting out and identifying the only presences which totally eluded the action of our hands led to those pure objects of contemplation ...
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154. The Crescent [Books]
... conceived as images of a twin-peaked mountain, states Jeremias. (32) In the primeval Tyre (paradise), according to the description of Nonnus, a "double rock" rises from the ocean. In its centre is an olive (the central sun) which automatically emits fire, setting it in a perpetual blaze. (33 ... ," "three quarters moon" or "full moon." He is simply Udsar "the crescent." And however incongruous the relationship might appear today, Babylonian art continually presents Sin as the lower half of the enclosed sun-cross 48. Various Mesopotamian versions of the sun-in-crescent. Did this relationship of the Sin-crescent to Saturn and his enclosure ...
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... they are. Knock all of the props from under them, and they may not fall. They are like Magritte's "Castle in the Pyrenees" --in which a huge rock is suspended in space over a seashore: atop the rock there is a stone castle, with foundations that appear to be as solid as any that ever could be ... , 1974. University of Lethbridge, May 9-10, 1974, Symposium on "Recollections of a Fallen Sky," followed by Velikovsky's receiving an honorary degree, Doctor of Arts and Science, on May 11, 1974. McMaster University, Symposium on "Velikovsky and the Recent History of the Solar System," in Hamilton, Ontario, ...
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156. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... that time were only weakly magnetic. However, investigation of a meteorite impact crater in South Africa shows that, although the overall magnetism of the area is low, individual rocks are highly magnetised . They are just jumbled by the impact. The same might have happened on Mars. How many other deductions are made on false premises? Lightning ... of rock available for sampling. So now others can cease their wild goose chases for a regular causative factor, including the flavour of the month cometary impacts. Dating Rock Art (BBC News, 23.4 .05; Hindustan Times, 21.3 .05.) The rock art in caves in Nottinghamshire has been dated to ...
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157. Earth Parturition and Moon Birth [Books] [de Grazia books]
... as the cause of the fission. A passing body was not considered. Today, when aberrant bodies in space are taken more seriously- and even the possibility of terrestrial rocks and water being splashed upon the Moon by a cometary impact has been posited by geologist Harold Urey [7 ]- the first mechanism to look for is a space ... culture. However, many Lunarian cultures developed in isolation. Languages revived apart. Probably here now arose the great differences among the major linguistic groups. So also institutions, arts, and crafts. Diffusion was at a minimum. Lunar religion everywhere was based upon Uranian religion. A sun calendar may not have developed anywhere, because the sun ...
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... deposit known as the drift'. Like its thickness, its composition varies from district to district, consisting of intractable clay in one place, of coarse gravel and assorted rocks in another and of mixed sand, volcanic dust and angular grits in yet others. Its deposition appears to have been unusual, for it is found plastered up against ... Hobbs, W.H ., The Correlation of Fracture Systems and the Evidence for Planetary Dislocation within the Earth's Crust', Trans. Wiscon. Acad. Sci. Arts Letts., xv (August), p.15, 1905. 9. Baker, B.H ., P. Mohr and M.A . ...
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159. Thoth Vol V, No 6: May 31, 2001 [Journals] [Thoth]
... will be my first reference slide for the articles to follow. The slide depicts an early phase in the hypothesized configuration as seen from Earth, together with a few prehistoric rock art images from Ireland and California. The pictographs, inscribed on stone, illustrate the relationship we intend to document, between planetary forms seen in the sky, the ... of world mythology, and verifiable formations of plasma activity in the laboratory. It was the dynamic evolution of this planetary assembly, we shall contend, that inspired the mythical histories of the gods. Dave Talbott EDITOR'S NOTE The Intersect 2001 conference- "Electricity, Cosmology, and Human History"- will include the first public presentation of this ...
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... tree is not to be missed here. But fetes is always referred to tero (rub, here plane?), and turris is put with Anglo Saxon tort = rock. Tor, says Skeat, is in Devonshire a Celtic word for a conical hill, and it is soused in Limerick for Tory-Hill (see Tory-Island). This ... ancient book was composed, still considered to have prevailed in Ireland in the third century. A great king of great judgements assumed the sovereignty of Erin. Cormac son of Art, son of Conn the Hundred-fighter. Erin was prosperous in his time, because just judgements were distributed throughout it by him, so that no one durst attempt to ...
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