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211. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , Jan-Feb 2004, p. 4) Evidence for life on Mars and very early life on Earth is sometimes presented in the form of claims for fossil bacteria in ancient rocks and meteorites. However, fossil-like structures have been generated in a laboratory and are indistinguishable from the putative microfossils. Frozen but not Fossilised (Science Frontiers, no. ... earliest known ritual burial using ochre. One of the two new burials had the body in a sitting position on top of an extinguished fire. In Tasmania, aboriginal rock art has been discovered in a cave. The red ochre handprints date to 11,000 years ago and were probably for ceremonial purposes. Asia (Daily Yomiuri Online, ...
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212. The Holy Land [Books]
... and is regularly identified with the "pole" or "axis" of the world. The Finnish Kalevala locates the mill (here called the Sampo) on a great rock in "North Farm," the polar garden of plenty. The hero Ilmarinen: .. . forged the Sampo skillfully: on one side a grain mill, ... held in place by a cord 16. Triptolemus riding on a single wheel. 17. The wheel of Ixion. 18. Hebrew Yahweh on a single wheel. Greek art depicts the great father Dionysus seated upon a one-wheeled chariot, much like that of the old god Triptolemos. In the Astronomica of Hyginus one finds Triptolemos remembered as " ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 497  -  15 Nov 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/saturn/ch-05.htm
... those men had suffered justly for their offense against the laws; so they recalled by their ambassadors those six hundred which had escaped. These had seated themselves on a certain rock called Rimmon, which was in the wilderness. So the ambassadors lamented not only the disaster that had befallen the Benjamites, but themselves also, by this destruction of ... the more, because we have met with such a disaster in this our first attempt. But do thou, O Lord, free us from these suspicions, for thou art able to find a cure for these disorders, by giving us victory, which will both take away the grief we are in at present, and prevent our distrust ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 497  -  31 Jan 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/josephus/ant-5.htm
214. Thoth Vol I, No. 6: March 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... surface. The thickness of such a plasma would have no more effect on radar reflectivity than the thickness of a metal sheet would. Since the plasma would coat the surface rocks (whatever their composition), the radar return would be an enhanced version of that being received from nearby, uncoated, electromagnetically dissipative rocks, and would be greater ... of the Encyclopedia of Religion. From his meticulous, lifelong survey of the subject, professor Eliade drew a stunning conclusion: literally every component of early civilizations- from religion to art and architecture- expressed symbolically the desire to recover and to re-live the lost Golden Age. That which symbolically transported the participant back to the First Time, the Golden Age ...
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... "Goemagot", whom he vanquished after a life-and-death struggle by picking up the "deadly monster" and hurling him over a cliff where Plymouth now stands on to the rocks below, but it is of respectable antiquity. There is also the curious connection between the city of London and the giants Gog and Magog, whose effigies have been ... dragon Ladon, who guarded the Golden Apples, the fleet-footed and beautiful virgin Atalanta, so prominent in the famous Calydonian Boar Hunt, who was defeated by Milanion because he artfully cast behind him the Golden Apples given him by Aphrodite which Atalanta stopped to pick up. These and many other traditions were placed in the region of the Hesperides by ...
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216. The New Orthodoxy's Respect for Fact [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... " They were "the hard-nosed empiricists of their day...," But his hero had a way to circumvent the reality of the catastrophic record written in the rocks themselves. He " imposed his imagination upon the evidence " (emphasis added). "The geologic record, he argued, is extremely imperfect and we must interpolate ... Facts do not speak for themselves" ', he cries; "they are read in the light of theory. Creative thought, in science as much as in the arts, is the motor of changing opinion. Science is a quintessentially human activity, not a mechanised, robotlike accumulation of objective information, leading by laws of logic to ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 495  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0504/03new.htm
217. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 95, p. 19, Geology Today Nov. -Dec.95, pp. 212-213 The discovery of bacteria living deep in the earth, surviving on nothing but rock and water, has given credence to the idea that similar life forms may be living on Mars. Wickramasinghe has even suggested that early life on Earth might have found ... and hundreds of animals have been found. It is suggested that a catastrophic flood swept the bodies there. DATING Instant limestone The New York Times 1.11.95 Art historians trying to trace the history of French Romanesque and Gothic sculptures have had their task made easier by the application of a technique called neutron activation, which can fingerprint ...
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... Israel. He excused his petition with the precedent of Moses, the first prophet, who likewise has asked for a sign. The angel bade him pour water on the rock, and then gave him the choice of how he would have the water transformed. Gideon desired to see one-half changed into blood, and one-half into fire. Thus ... was startled to find some one next to him. At first he thought it was a demon. Ruth calmed his disquietude (58) with these words: "Thou art the head of the court, thy ancestors were princes, thou art thyself an honorable man, and a kinsman of my dead husband. As for me, who ...
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... of the breakdown of the Tertiary satellite. In ancient mythology we find various indications of their close relationship or identity. The dragons drop abominable excrements; the Titans hurl huge rocks; fire is in one way or another connected with both. The serpents and the Titans belong to an earlier creation; they represent an old order of things, ... Achaeans knew nothing of the elaborate and complicated mythology of a later date. The natural propensity of the Greeks to turn everything they put hand to into a brilliant triumph of art gave a new direction to the primitive myths. The lives and loves of the gods became the motif of every poem; their original uncouth deeds fell into abeyance, ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 494  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/bellamy/moons/08-gods.htm
... made the case for his re-dating, the massing of comparative detail is impressive and persuasive. The smoking gun for the presence of these Mesopotamians in ancient Egypt is on the rock cliffs of the dry wadis of the Eastern Desert. This volume primarily sets out to meticulously record these rock art sites and this it does with admirable clarity and precision ... Around 150 sites are covered in 22 wadis, the result of seven expeditions to the area, and it aspires to retrace all of the previously recorded sites discovered by Arthur Weigall in 1907 and Hans Winkler in 1936. They believe that they have rediscovered about half of these sites and, in the process, have discovered other previously unrecorded locations ...
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