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181. The Cosmic Mountain [Books]
... ," appears also in the myths of the Pima of the southwestern United States. From this mountain the world was populated. (164) The Omaha commemorate the great rock which Wakanda summoned from the waters, at the beginning of the world: the great white rock, Standing and reaching as high as the heavens, enwrapped in mist ... which is in the centre of the world," writes Clark. (20) "Hail, O Osiris, thou hast received thy sceptre and the place whereon thou art to rest, and thy steps are under thee," reads the Book of the Dead. (21) The hill was the fixed resting place of the central ...
182. Bibliography (Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science) [Books]
... The Eunuch and the Virgin: A Study of Curious Customs. New York: Clarkson & Potter. Treash, Robert. (7972). "Magnetic Remanence in Lurnar Rocks." Pensee, 2, 2 (May), 21-23. Turco, R. P., O. B. Toon, T. P. Ackerman ... Theory and Commitment: The New Philosophy of Science. University of Chicago Press. Brown, Joseph. (1952a, b). Letters to the Editor, Magazine of Art. (Mar., Oct.). Brumme, C. Ludwig. (1949). Contemporary American Sculpture. New York: Crown. Buckley, William ...
183. Brains Trust - Chronology and Ancient History [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Valles Marineris scar on Mars, which has more than 2 million cubic kilometres of material removed. Some of it seems to have crashed back, which explains why Mars is rock strewn wherever spacecraft have landed, but some went into the asteroid belt and some was dumped on Earth. Mars was known as scarface' by North American Indians after ... mammals in the Saturnian configuration, Dwardu Cardona said the mammals adapted to their environment over a few thousand years. Q5. In response to a question as to how ancient art from before the Saturn configuration is different from that afterwards, Ev Cochrane said that in Palaeolithic rock art, there is an abundance of naturalistic paintings of animals, some ...
... but, what is still more wonderful, here is to be seen a certain cave hard by, whose cavity is not deep, but it is covered over by a rock that is prominent; above this rock there stand up two [hills or] breasts, as it were, but a little distant one from another, the one ... along like a river. Some parts were composed of the rarest purple hangings, and so carried along; and others accurately represented to the life what was embroidered by the arts of the Babylonians. There were also precious stones that were transparent, some set in crowns of gold, and some in other ouches, as the workmen pleased; ...
185. Pot Pourri [Journals] [SIS Review]
... causing scalding rains and flash floods'. National press reports on 23rd Aug. 2002 show how differences of emphasis can arise. The Daily Mirror and Metro agree that a rock' (Mirror) or object' (Metro) 12 miles wide, twice as big as the one that killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, struck the ... of megalithic monuments began only after the Black Sea flood. The same can be said for pottery-making and domesticated Asian cereals and animals into Egypt, the Gerzean phase of Egyptian art being the only one showing a Mesopotamian influence. He finds Çatal Hüyük links in the Dorak hoard from near the Sea of Marmara (datable by refs. to Sahura ...
186. A Rage to Deny: The Roots of the Velikovsky Affair [Books]
... always in favor of order, purpose and restraint. The first half of this period was marked by an intense antagonism between the neptunists, who attributed most of the Earth's rocks and sediments to the precipitative aftereffects of an immense flood, and the vulcanists and plutonists who saw the cause as volcanic action arising from great heat coming from deep in ... kept alive in living memory, but they could have persisted in oral historical narrative, or the process of repression by collective amnesia (but retention in disguise in myth and art) could have begun. Whatever the state of the memories of the catastrophes was, their recurrence, as people like Jung and Freud have pointed out, would have ...
187. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... and Velikovsky & Cultural Amnesia. Edward L. Odenwald, III (M .A ., New York Univ.); Mr. Odenwald teaches English literature at Glen Rock High School in Glen Rock, New Jersey. He has done post-graduate work with Prof. Richard J. Jaarsma. Richard A. Parker (Ph.D . ... has contributed many scholarly articles. Lewis M. Greenberg (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pa.); Professor of Art History at the Moore College of Art, Philadelphia. Prof. Greenberg is the co-author of An Introduction to Ancient Art and Architecture and has been an Associate Editor of ...
188. The el-Amarna Letters (Concluded) (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... the feud between that city and Sidon as reflected in the el-Amarna letters, and also because of the pillaging tribes that approached Tyre from across the Jordan. Tyre on the rock was dependent on the coast not only for water supply but also for the wood necessary in shipbuilding. In his plight Abimilki wrote that he was a "serf of ... and the money which they have stolen, make good." He also wrote: "Do not retain my messenger, let him come quickly." He ordered various art objects to be made and sent to him as presents: "Let experts, who are with thee, make animals, either of land or of river, as ...
... . In Planet Earth, Jonathan Weiner informs us that, "Pliny the Elder, the Roman naturalist writing in the first century A.D ., called the falling rocks thunderstones' because he said, they make a great roar when dropped from the sky." 64 And neither is Sagan so naive an astronomer not to know this ... . As an approach to evidence, Sagan's attitude is completely unscientific! Comets and swastikas Sagan goes on, "I am struck by the absence of any confirming evidence in art. There is a wide range of paintings, bas-reliefs, cylinder seals and other objects d'art produced by humanity [in SCV: going back tens of thousands of years ...
190. The Sahara. Ch.7 Deserts And Oceans (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... area of all of Europe, is the greatest desert on earth. What is now the desert of Sahara was an open grassland or steppe in earlier days. Drawings on rock of herds of cattle, made by early dwellers in this region, were discovered by Barth in 1850. Since then many more drawings have been found. The animals ... (14th ed.), Vol. XIX. 2. L. Frobenius and Douglas C. Fox, Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa (Museum of Modern Art, 1937), p. 38. 3. Ibid., pp. 39-40. 4. P. LeCler, Sahara (1954), p. 46 ...
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