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191. Astral Kingship [Journals] [Aeon]
... of that early Christian imagery was Saturnian in origin. In later times, Mithra was also equated with the Sun, and this solar syncretism may be seen in "the rock relief of Nimrud Dag [in Mesopotamia] which shows the meeting between Antiochus I of Commagene (69-34 bc) and Mithra with his halo of solar rays directly derived ... into dynasties is a late feature, the creation of the Egyptian priest Manetho, and should not be regarded as absolute in any event. The representations of Pharaoh in Egyptian art would seem to support the above observation. During the course of nearly three thousand years, the Pharaohs of Egypt- regardless of dynasty- were depicted in similar garb ...
192. Exploring The Saturn Myth [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... crescents, red hair and long hair, two wives, two sisters or two bows, one leg or an injured foot, fire or light in the north, split rocks and cleft mountains, boomerangs and throwing sticks sent into the sky, floods and the Morning Star are woven into the stories on nearly every page. The editor comments ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1994 No 1 (Jan 1994) Home | Issue Contents Exploring The Saturn Myth Evidence from Australian Aboriginal Story, Symbol and Art in support of the Polar Configuration by Allan Beggs Representation of the Polar Configuration (David Talbott, 1991) For several years now I have been studying and researching the Theory ...
193. Ancient World Web [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... about astrology in various cultures), Korean Myths and Legends, Library of the Age of Antiquity, Mayan Astronomy, Mythology in Western Art, Native American Creation Myths, Rock Art, Velikovsky Critiqued - (refutes Velikovsky's claims by outlining the scientific inaccuracies of Velikovsky's writings), World Art Treasures (100,000 slides belonging to the Jacques-Edouard ... of Astrology (points you to books about astrology in various cultures), Korean Myths and Legends, Library of the Age of Antiquity, Mayan Astronomy, Mythology in Western Art, Native American Creation Myths, Rock Art, Velikovsky Critiqued - (refutes Velikovsky's claims by outlining the scientific inaccuracies of Velikovsky's writings), World Art Treasures (100 ...
194. The Misread Record by Isaac Vail [Books]
... to prove to any intelligent audience that those waters floated as a measureless ocean of vapors on the very outskirts of the molten sphere. When the geologist finds a "lost rock" a great boulder lying far out on the plain, he knows that by some transporting medium it has been carried from its original home, and It is possible ... former followed the same inexorable decree of fate and eventually fell from its celestial mooring, and we shall hear of it later on. Again in the seventh verse we find art additional fossil thought of in estimable value, where we are told that the Elohim made a firmament or heaven and divided the waters above from the waters below. As ...
195. Health Hazards to Egyptologists: Radon Gas [Journals] [SIS Review]
... too healthy. What active Egyptologists should know is the risk taken with radon. It can be found in granite, limestone, sandstone and to a lesser degree in other rock formations. Out in a granite quarrythere is less risk than in a man-made construction built out of, or cut through, stone. Radon gas occurs as a natural ... ( History, Science, Technology as these relate to Chronology. 2003. Forest Hills, New York. Sweeney's Response': P. Demargne, The Birth of Greek Art. New York, 1964, pp. 270-315; J. M. Hurwit, The Art and Culture of Early Greece 1100-480 BC. Ithaca, 1985, pp ...
196. Radiocarbon Dating The Extinction [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... and thus give no date, or would not be measurable unless it was contaminated by other sources of carbon 14. However, limestone, coal, and other ancient carbon-based rocks or minerals which are sources of old carbon (12 and 13) can add this to the ground water which is taken in by plants through their roots or animals ... worked stone brought from a considerable distance, implies a numerous population spread over large areas, acquainted thoroughly with fire, with cooking food, and with all the usual primitive arts'; the human remains and relics could not be of an antiquity `comparable with that of fossil remains with which they are associated. ' He also published the ...
197. The Rise and Fall of Man (Moons, Myths and Man) [Books]
... discovered in Oligocene and Miocene strata, and even in Pliocene and Pleistocene deposits the number of finds is small. Nevertheless the absence of human entries in the record of the rocks underlying the Eocene formation is easily explained. Man was too clever to go into those districts where, and at a time when, fossilization was possible, that is ... complete this picture. It can also paint the frantic efforts of myself and my companions to save whatever there is to save of the science of the Lost World, its arts, its technology. It is an almost hopeless task- for it will be difficult to rediscover the materials, to reinvent the methods, to make tools anew. How ...
198. The Legends of the Jews: Volume III [Books]
... when he wanted to begin to pray, Samael appeared and stopped his mouth, saying, "Why dost thou seek to oppose the command of God, who is the Rock, whose work is perfect, and all whose ways are judgement? '" Joshua then went to Moses and said, "Master, Samael will not let me ... sorcery. For when he saw Phinehas and the leaders of the hosts of Israel, he flew into the air,  a feat which he accomplished by magic arts, but particularly through the assistance of his wizard sons, Jannes and Jambres. At the sight of Balaam flying high in the air, Phinehas shouted to his army ...
199. ISIS chairman Anthony van der Elst [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... to publish 1 item of relevant literature per year. In fulfilment of that, since the last summer conference Volume 1 of the "Followers of Horus" study of the rock art of the Eastern Desert had come out in print and been well received. Current plans were for a two year series of further expeditions, starting later this year ... to be published as Volume 2 in 2003. SES, from its founding in 1996, had become the fastest growing, and one of the largest Egyptological societies, and drew a membership base from well beyond its geographical boundaries. Finally, he reminded us that the character and deeds of Akhenaten, during the mere 17 years of his rule ...
200. Child of Saturn (Part IV) [Journals] [Kronos]
... Kasyapa.(48) In both cases his mother is said to have been Aditi.(49) There was also a curious belief that Mithras was born from a rock. A famous sculpture thus supposedly represents him emerging from the two broken halves of a boulder.(50) Close inspection, however, reveals that the jagged ends ... Agni in the Rig Veda: "Agni is Mitra when enkindled duly . . "( 29) In another hymn it is lauded: "O Agni, when thou art born, thou art Varuna; when thou art perfectly illumined thou dost become Mitra."(30) The equation of Agni with Saturn has been treated in an ...
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