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... and created such a draught with their wings that the soil was soon dry. Where they dropped a glowing piece of coal the mud baked into stony consistency, and thus rocks and stones came into being. ' This is quite in keeping with what we read in various Jewish myths, in the Book of Enoch, and elsewhere, about ... the subject: Awake, awake, put on strength, 10, arm of the Lord; awake, as in the ancient days, in the generations of old. Art thou not it that hath cut Rahab, and wounded the dragon? ' Psalm lxxxix. 10 has: Thou hast broken Rahab in pieces, ' and significantly, ...
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... London, 1968, p. 117ff.). STRATIGRAPHICAL PUZZLES OF THE PERSIAN EMPIRE Dates Core-Satrapies Armenia, Assyria and Cappadocia Iranian Heartland with structures in Pasargade, Persepolis, rock tombs etc. HELLENISM built on nothing but pre-600 or older ruins in satrapies conquered against strong resistance after - 333 -330 (Greek dates) -550 absence of finds for ... They are convinced that there was no India to talk of, when Alexander the Great conquered it. Yet, they take pride in the discovery of sculptures looking like Greek art of the -4th century as early as -2000 to -1700. Moreover they can show a Persian type apadana (assembly hall) which was expected for the missing Persian Period ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 491  -  29 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/articles/talks/portland/heinsohn.htm
233. The Two Faces of Love [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of as masculine' - in distinct contrast to Venus-evening star, the Belit-ile, Queen of the Gods, ' the goddess of love and motherhood." In examining a rock relief of the Hittite pantheon, James discovered that the Venusian planet Shaushga held a double identity and preceded the Moon god on the one side and the Sun god on ... , we add. We could further add that, if moon mythology is not abundant in the Latin authors, it is because Aphrodite tended to monopolize it, and in art as well. Reports Graves: "The later Hellenes belittled the Great Goddess of the Mediterranean, who had long been supreme at Corinth, Sparta, Thespiae, and ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 491  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/love/ch08.htm
... by the word of God they were free men, and no longer slaves to Pharaoh. [12] Accordingly, they retraced their steps to Pi-hahiroth, where two rectangular rocks form an opening, within which the great sanctuary of Baal-zephon was situated. The rocks are shaped like human figures, the one a man and the other a woman ... as he was jostled hither and thither by the billows, and he pointed his finger heavenward, and called out: "I believe in Thee, O God! Thou art righteous, and I and My people are wicked, and I acknowledge now that there is no god in the world beside Thee." Without a moments delay, ...
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235. Hurricanes and Cyclones [Books] [de Grazia books]
... is to be located as the source of the blast. What kind of a wind was this? Winds find a minor place in textbooks on earth features. They erode rock by polishing and pitting it, by making grooves, by shaping and faceting. They make various alcoves and niches in rock walls. They also form sand dunes in ... Lane, The Elements Rage (Philadelphia: Chilton, 1965), 6. 10. Ibid., 45. 11. 38 Amer. J. Sci. and Arts (1840) 73, cf. William Corliss, compiler, Strange Phenomena (Glen Arm, Md.: Corliss), GLD052-G2-105. 12. Ibid., ...
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236. The Ice Age and the Antiquity of Man, Prologue Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... the glacier became lakes. In the last two hundred years Niagara Falls has retreated from Lake Ontario toward Lake Erie at the rate of five feet annually, washing down the rocks of the bed of the falls.(2 ) If this process has been going on at the same rate since the end of the last glacial period, about ... East- the region of the great cultures of antiquity- he may already have progressed well into the metal age. There exists no chronological table of neolithic culture because the art of writing was invented approximately at the advent of the copperthe earlyperiod of the Bronze Age. It is presumed that the neolithic man of Europe left pictures but no inscriptions ...
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... was not delayed long. God caused the sea to transgress its bounds, and a portion of the earth was flooded. This was the time also when the mountains became rocks, and the dead bodies of men began to decay. And still another consequence of the sin of idolatry was that the countenances of the men of the following generations ... right hast thou to use the products of my sheep, to make garments for thyself from their wool? If thou wilt take off the wool of my sheep wherein thou art arrayed, and wilt pay me for the flesh of the flocks which thou hast eaten, then I will quit thy land as thou desirest, and fly into the ...
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... seaweed. My mother as a little girl found a large piece near Lowestoft. Hector Boece tells of amber in his day in quaint fifteenth century language. "Among the rocks and crags of Orkney," he says, "was found ane maner of electuar and goum [gum] hewit like gold, often entangled with weed." ... traditionally binding Hades, answer to the iron mines which largely border the Welsh coal-field. Pluto himself, the presiding genius of this realm, was conceived in works of classic art as a sturdy, curly-haired, bearded man of Celtic type carrying a miner's pick-axe. He was regarded as the donor of wealth, and the myth says that Zeus ...
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239. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... displaced from Mars and arrive at Earth. Now refined impact models allow scientists to accept their origins. Their structure indicates that carbon dioxide and water-rich fluids once circulated through crustal rocks on Mars and the surface of the planet underwent weathering as on Earth. They appear to have come from at least two major impacts on Mars and to be very ... in southeast France at over 30,000 years old, twice as old as those at Lascaux. Their artistic expertise proves to be rather a blow for any theories that art evolved' from crude to sophisticated. An expert now suggests that artistic talent is innate and crude paintings were done by those without talent. Human bottleneck New Scientist 3 ...
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... the land. Wadi Kelt, where now a copious stream of water comes out of the ground and flows toward the Dead Sea and a few anchorites hide themselves among the rocks, was obviously the last abode of the remnants of the valley which became a dead lake. They proved to be disloyal at the time of the invasion of the ... so that none is able to withstand thee? Then he reminded the Lord that the land had been given to the people of Israel forever: II CHRONICLES 20:7 Art not thou our God who .. . gavest it to the seed of Abraham thy friend for ever? He expressed his belief that the Lord would not abandon the ...
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