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221. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... pictures of Io .. 17 Thersites a Jumping Trojan? .. 17 Double Crater on Eros .. 18 Experiment Explains Charged Dust Space .. 18 Eros so Much Rock So Little Gravity .. 18 Square Craters Detected on Eros .. 19 Astronomer Sees Red .. 19 ADS Abstracts .. 20 A scenario of Saturn's ring formation ... Evidence for Ancient Knowledge of Variable Stars .. 20 Proof readers wanted .. 20 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus .. 21 Non-velocity Redshifts .. 21 Plasma discharges in rock art? .. 21 Crack in Einstein's Pedestal .. 22 Kronia Mailing List Focus23 Conference: Earth Changes 2000 .. 23 Conference: Our Violent Solar System .. ...
... , and could not be come at from any side, since they had only some winding pathways, very narrow, by which they got up to them; but the rock that lay on their front had beneath it valleys of a vast depth, and of an almost perpendicular declivity; insomuch that the king was doubtful for a long time ... hindered him from coming and seeing all that finery, he very much desired to see him now in his armor; because, said he, in a little time thou art going away from me. 4. As soon as Antigonus heard this, the good temper of his brother not allowing him to suspect any harm from him, he ...
223. The Discovery Of Fossil Meteoritic Craters [Books]
... , in Contribution from the Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, 1960, vol. iv, No. 4, p. 29. 13. Breccia is a conglomerate of sharp-edged rock fragments of all sizes cemented together. 14. M. J. S. Innes, `The Use of Gravity Methods to study the Underground Structure and Impact Energy ... Eisenmassen, 1794. 4.A . De Lapparent, Traits de Geologie, 1900, vol. ii, p. 688. Huntington, Proceedings of American Academy of Arts and Science, 1894, vol. xxix, pp. 204-11. 5. Foote, American Journal of Science, vol. xln, Nov. 1891. H ...
224. The Rise of a New Culture (Built Before the Flood) [Books]
... water in a straight line from the quays of the new capital, but the builders thought little of distance and of transport difficulties. They broke huge3 blocks of this volcanic rock and took them, roughly squared, to the masons' yards near their building sites, where they worked and adorned them beautifully, and with a skill rarely paralleled ... of the chisel; all lines are straight and parallel; all angles are surprisingly true; all measurements are meticulously exact'; the edges are clean and sharp. The art of the classic' period of Tiahuanaco, that is, the style revealed by the Calendar Gate of the Temple of Kalasasaya and contemporaneous products of the chisel, is ...
225. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . 16 A Canadian professor of Oceanography is investigating reports of sightings of Caddy', a mysterious marine animal frequently reported off the coast of British Columbia and depicted in ancient rock carvings. Its description is remarkably like that of the Loch Ness monster. ASTRONOMY A double near miss New Scientist, 23.1 .93, p. 15 ... p. 12 The radiocarbon daters have perfected their techniques to be able to deal with minute amounts of material. They now feel they can produce the definitive datings for cave art. Results? Three similar bison paintings in the Altimira cave in northern Spain were painted by different people at different times over a period of about 1,000 years ...
226. Velikovsky's Sources Volume One [Books]
... each tribe could see the others; the soil underfoot was dry, but it changed into clay when the Egyptians stepped upon it; the walls of water were transformed into rocks, against which the Egyptians were thrown and dashed to death, while before the Israelites they crumbled away into bits. Through the brackish sea flowed a stream of soft ... which Venus kept alive for eight centuries after the days of the Exodus was the inspiration for Isaiah when he said ( Is.l4:l2- 13.) How art thou fallen from heaven, 0 Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou has ...
227. The Legends of the Jews: Volume II - Moses in Egypt [Books]
... in the latter years of his own life. The sign He gave him was to make known to him that, before the water came, blood would flow from the rock at Meribah, when Moses should strike it after uttering the hasty, impatient words that were destined to bring death down upon him. For seven days ... stopped at all the water courses, and he said to it: "Poor kid, I knew not that thou wast thirsty, and wast running after water! Thou art weary, I ween," and he carried it back to the herd on his shoulder. Then said God: "Thou hast compassion with a flock belonging to ...
228. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [Journals] [SIS Review]
... CR 1998:1 , reported the advent of micron-particle analysis from ice cores and said this had now showed that the 1628BC Thera date was now ruled out, since volcanic rock samples from Thera did not match the particles in the ice core. If the process yields a positive match for the 1159BC event, a result which could be reported ... Mycenae to not later than about 1300BC. Then, at other sites around the Mediterranean, artefacts and everything else that was obviously contemporary with them were awarded Egyptian dates. Art historians and other scholars studying the history of architectural and technological designs and developments saw the obvious and close affinities between supposedly 14-13th century objects and those clearly datable in Greece ...
229. Thoth Vol I, No. 4: March 2, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... a remarkable fact that the builders of civilization declared, with one voice, that the first cities and first kingdoms organized in the ancient world, the first pictographs drawn on rock or on temple walls, the vast complexes of sacred festivals and rites, had their prototypes in dramatic events occurring in the age of the gods. Ancient art and ... , hymns and prayers, the origins of writing, the rise of kingship, nationalistic wars of expansion, ritual sacrifice, the first athletic competition, the roots of drama, tragedy, and comedy- and all other forms of collective activity associated with the flowering of civilization- were commemorative in nature, remembering, re-enacting, re-living, and honoring above ...
230. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... area. The biblical account indicates that if these cities were built on unstable ground it could have liquefied during an earthquake, swallowing the cities and leaving no remains. The rocks around the Dead Sea contain sulphur, which is usually associated with volcanic areas, explaining the fire and brimstone. Chemical analysis of asphalt and bitumen from Egypt indicates that ... for a ruling elite, the graves were lavishly furnished with gold items and equestrian gear, plus 26 sculptures of wooden stags covered in gold sheet. They resembled ancient Scythian art but date from the period when the Scythians were being replaced by the Sarmatians and bear little resemblance to Sarmatian art. Counting Shekels New Scientist 26.5 .01 ...
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