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... into our collections, excepting those of the rhinoceros and narwal. After careful consideration, it is impossible that we should give any credit to rude sketches made by savages upon rocks. Entirely ignorant of * Aristot. Anim. II. 1. and III. 2. Plin. XL 46. t Herodot IV. 192. J Oppian ... history of the fossil bones of land animals with these results, and the considerations which render their history peculiarly important. I shall unfold the principles on which is founded the art of ascertaining these bones, or, in other words, of discovering a genus and of distinguishing a species by a single fragment of bone, an art on the ...
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12. Plasma discharges in rock art? [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents Plasma discharges in rock art?Thoth Vol IV, No. 15 Oct 15, 2000 During my first close encounter with Wal Thornhill, he electrified me with a picture of Zeus holding a thunderbolt. The bolt was football shaped with stringy things spiraling ... of it. Wal explained that it was the shape a plasmoid took in a vacuum. "Gee-golly-cornpone!" I thought. "The ancient Greeks carved statues of something that hasn't been seen until modern man cranked up the current in a high-voltage lab." Now it's happened again. At the recent seminar in Portland, the work of ...
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... . He holds a bow with which he impels a " # triple-pointed dart, which dart has been accepted as a symbol of r # the thunderbolt. . The rock in scriptions of Behistun and Per- sepolis are said to show Ahura Mazda thus represented. But the presentation .will, perhaps, prove to have also belonged to ... from the dry wood " 0, 79, 160, 68, 182). " Whom the two sticks have engendered like a new-born babe " ;2 "thou art manifested in .the. timber, Agni, by, the act of attrition." - Agni " on every . occasion descends pure, of origin from heaven ...
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... II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter VI The "Forgotten Empire": Testimony Of Art Yazilikaya: "The Inscribed Rock" The "Hittite" history reveals itself as the history of the Chaldean dynasty, especially of the period of the Neo-Babylonian monarchy. The documents of Boghazkoi, the ... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter VI The "Forgotten Empire": Testimony Of Art Yazilikaya: "The Inscribed Rock" The "Hittite" history reveals itself as the history of the Chaldean dynasty, especially of the period of the Neo-Babylonian monarchy. The documents ...
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... , or Swastika, a mystic figure used by several (East) Indian sects. It was equally well known to the Brahmins as to the Buddists. Most of the rock inscriptions in the Buddist caverns in the west of India are preceeded or followed by the holy (sacramentelle) sign of the Swastika. (Eug. Burnouf, " ... Significance of the Swastika. The Migration of Symbols. Historic Objects Associated with the Swastika, Found in Both Hemispheres and Believed to Have Been Passed by Migration. Similar Prehistoric Arts, Industries and Implements in Europe and America As Evidence of the Migration of Culture. Conclusion. Preface. An English gentleman, versed in prehistoric archaeology, visited me ...
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... . Serpent carved in Porphyry, from Chochimilco, Mexico. Serpent carved in Basalt, from Quauhquechula, Mexico. Serpent found at Tepeyaca, Mexico, Painted Serpent on the rocks near Managua, Nicaragua. Sculptured Serpent from the Mounds. Sculptured Serpent and Egg, from Copan. Sculpture at Uxmal. Serpent swallowing a human Figure, from Mexico ... her high and salubrious plains, Cortez found the Aztecs and their dependencies, nations rivalling in their barbaric magnificence the, splendors of the oriental world, far advanced in the arts, living in cities, constructing vast works of public utility, and sustaining an imposing, though bloody, religious system. Passing the nations of Central America, whose ...
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... mortal may approach to that Paradise; for by land no man may go, for wild beasts that are in the deserts, and for the high mountains and great huge rocks that no man may pass by for the dark places that are there; and by the rivers may no man go, for the water runs so roughly and so ... CHAPTER I. THE HYPOTHESIS, AND THE CONDITIONS OF ITS ADMISSIBILITY. Statement of the hypothesis Seven sciences to be satisfied Current approximations of teaching As to the origin of the arts As to intellectual powers of the first men As to their super-fetichistic attitude As to their monogamous family form As to their capacity for monotheism Seven conclusions CHAPTER II. IMPORTANT ...
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18. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... much where they started. Request a Free CD: 15 minutes of computer-animated Shock Dynamics! Send your mailing address to: James Q. Jacobs Rock Art Pages Barrier Canyon pictographs on the Head of Sinbad panels, located at the Swell on the San Rafael River at ... mouth of Buckhorn Wash. © James Q. Jacobs Rock surfaces employed by human artists preserve a graphic record of prehistory in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas. The Southwest region of the United States, the focus of this series of photo galleries, has the greatest concentration of rock art in the Americas. In the ...
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... necessary for the cause of it, as we have prov'd to be necessary for an Universal Deluge of that kind. Their inference is very true, they have avoided that rock, they ran upon another no less dangerous; to avoid an objection from reason, they deny matter of fact; and such matter of fact as is well attested ... wrought it. self into an habitable World. some things in antiquity relating to the first state of the Earth are interpreted and some things in the sacred writings The divine art and Geometry of the first Earth is observ'd and celebrated. CHAPTER. VI. The dissolution of the first Earth: The, Deluge ensuing thereupon. and the present ...
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20. Chapter 7 Iron, Diorite and Other Hard Rock [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS Charles Ginenthal, Pillars of the Past 197 CHAPTER 7 IRON, DIORITE, AND OTHER HARD ROCK Heinsohn cites Herodotus, the Greek historian, about the pyramids being built, and since hardened iron is needed to cut and engrave hard stone such as granite or diorite, the Egyptians of the Old Kingdom could not have built the Giza ... substances are possible: beryl, topaz, chrysoberyl, corundum or sapphire and diamond."6 W.B . Emery discusses a further difficulty: 4 Petrie, The Arts and Crafts of Ancient Egypt, op cit., pp. 72-73 5 ibid., p. 47 6 Petrie, Ancient Egyptian Descriptive Society, in A. ...
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