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281. Enheduanna and the Goddess Inanna [Journals] [SIS Review]
... a sonic boom; and on impact various seismic effects, including tsunami, the triggering of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, and a further loud long moaning noise from the disturbed rock layers. Wal Thornhill has questioned the widely held view that the craters on the Solar System's planets and moons were produced by cosmic missile impacts. Many are much better ... Jacobsen's rendition, O destroyer of mountains, you lent the storm wings! ' [18] confirms the picture of a winged Inanna, a theme already known in the art of the Akkad period. Enheduanna proceeds to describe the terror of Inanna: 20. Oh my lady, at the sound of you the lands bow down. 21 ...
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... permanent village in an extremely favourable location. It had nearby fresh-water streams, an interior chain of lakes supporting fresh-water salmon and trout, a protected bay, off-shore islets and rocks, protective cliffs and an extensive strandflat ideal for village location. They had a rich food supply which included river, bay and deep-water fish, sea mammals and invertebrates ... measurements point to the end of the Tarxien phase about 2300 BC. A new culture is identified as appearing on the island; evidence indicates that the impressive temples and sophisticated art of the previous culture were largely ignored by the newcomers [32]. Another interesting viewpoint on the situation is an analysis of population changes at this time. From ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 479  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v0503/077model.htm
... Amelekites coming west from their NE Negev mountain homeland would have met Israelites going east. The plateau is covered with cult and worship sites in which are over 40,000 rock art figures: some depict the rod and serpent motif (7 :9 ), tablets with ten divisions (32:15) and people praying to an indefinable ... they do it? In Antiquities of the Jews the Jewish historian Josephus says Moses was: educated with great care' under Pharaoh's daughter (royal princes were trained in military arts); and was appointed to command the army and eject Ethiopians invading from the south. These invaders, once called Nubians, now Sudanese, had a huge fortress ...
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284. Thoth Vol I, No. 5: March 14, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... a picture of a past that is radically different than modern science has assumed. If we temporarily regard myth and art as bearing the same level of usefulness as bones and rock, the expressions of those story tellers and artists carries more information than once thought. This documentary summarizes a very large and very important story. If the story proves ... today, we remember the golden time with nostalgia and longing. We remember doomsday with dread. In a consistent way, these deep memories have erupted into form through the arts, through stories and through cultural ritual. According to this theory, our ancestors actually did live in a paradise, an Eden, a Golden Age that ended in ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 478  -  19 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/thoth/thoth1-05.htm
... us what science might have been had it followed the lead of men like Dr. Velikovsky. It would have been built not upon the quicksand of measurement but upon the rock of comparative mythology; constructed not with the rusty spoon, mathematics, but with the machine tool, Biblical exegesis; it would have reached not to the starry sky ... behavioral, and other standards also had to be affirmed. Besides McCarthyism there were at least two other cultural phenomena that characterized the period, "pseudo-science" and "Modern Art." It was indeed a golden age of quackery (as defined by the dominant societal values of the time). Besides a noted revival of interest in traditional ...
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286. Poleshift [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Cambridge History of Africa, during the hipsithermal, the Sahara Desert was green and suitable for man and all types of animals. This is shown, in part, by rock drawings of elephants, antelope, giraffe, and humans hunting these animals. Other drawings show man herding flocks of cattle, sheep, and goats. Radiocarbon charcoal from ... p. 562. 19. H. Howorth, The Manunoth and the Flood, op. cit., p. 153. 20. Goran Burenhult, "Rock Art in the Central Sahara," People of the Stone Age, Vol. II, Goran Burenhult ed., (New York, 1993), p. 56 ...
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... mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man [i .e .all men, without exception or discrimination] hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; (16) And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne ... elders fell down before the lamb, having every one of them harps and golden vials . . . (9 ) And they sung a new song, saying, Thou art worthy to take the book, and to open the seals thereof: for thou wast slain . . . (10) . . . and [therefore] we ...
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288. Tektites and China's Dragon [Journals] [Kronos]
... (22) In 1961, Virgil E. Barnes argued against the origin of tektites from the Moon. (23) According to Barnes, tektites were formed from terrestrial rocks when giant meteorites and/or comets impacted on Earth. But it is curious that some tektites contain traces of metals which do not abound in the areas in which ... body plagued the Earth in the form of a newly-born comet. In presenting his evidence, Sutherland relied exclusively on the dragon form as it evolved through the years in Chinese art. He was able to conclude, among other things, that the dragon in Chinese art did not go back further than 1500 B.C . and that it ...
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... seismic. An aspect of Egypt's civilization never stressed as it might be is that its antiquities are almost without exception of a religious character, including in that category pyramids and rock tombs or mastabas. Scarcely a sign that represented the secular life of cities has survived, even including foundations. It may be objected that only temples and religious edifices ... the same old hippopotamus attacked by the same old crocodile in the same position, almost as though they were stereotyped or stock reproductions. Whatever the decorative ensemble value of Egyptian art may be, and apart from its quaintness in our eyes, it lacks animation or variation and is entirely devoid of personality as though everything were ordained along a conventional ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 478  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/britain/303-egypt.htm
... a region the greater must be its gravity. This is so simple and so basic that anyone can understand this concept. Therefore, gravity measurements over continents made up of rock which is about three times more massive than water, according to the fundamental tenets of gravitational theory, should show stronger gravitational pull than over oceans. However, it ... . Bauer, Beyond Velikovsky The History of a Public Controversy. According to the blurb on the book's back cover, Bauer occupies the chair of Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has also held positions at the universities of Sydney (Australia), Michigan, Southampton (England) and ...
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