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291. Velikovsky in America [Journals] [Aeon]
... 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 ...
292. Interviewing Immanuel Velikovsky: An Introduction [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... about language. We can start with this as a warm-up. IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY: Well, I would suggest you read from Earth in Upheaval a few chapters: Pebbles and rocks and mountains and the bottom of the sea will bear witness. Do they know of the days, recent and ancient, when the harmony of this world was interrupted ... Here's a new arrival from Canada who has already decided to go in the steps of Professor Rose. His name is Jan Summer. He has a BA [Bachelor of Arts] in one field where his heart is not and he wishes to enter a different field here in this place of heretics. And to my left is my granddaughter ...
293. Challenges to Evolutionary Gradualism [Books]
... associate professor of physics at Lethbridge University, has argued that the uranium-238/lead-206 procedure, which uses the radioactive decay of uranium-238 to lead-206 as a basis for dating igneous rocks, involves 30 assumptions, over half of which have no experimental or observational basis; hence this method cannot give meaningful results . Indeed, radiometric dating ... it plays with interesting ideas, examines their implications, and recognizes that old information may be explained in surprising new ways'). He has a wide general knowledge of arts and sciences, but carries his learning lightly (` I am a tradesman, not a polymath. What I know of planets and politics lies at their intersection with ...
... Itihasatradition. Stuttgart, 1902. Simeon, Remi. Dictionnaire de la Langue Nahuatl. Graz, 1964. Reprint of the 1885 ed. Simrock, Karl. Der ungenahte Rock oder Konig Orende, wie er den grauen Rock gen Trier brachte. Gedicht des 12.. Jahrhunderts, ubersetzt. Stuttgart, 1845. Simrock, Karl. Handbuch ... 192 I. Eisler, Robert. Orphisch-Dionysische Mysterien-Gedanken in der christlichen Antike. Leipzig-Berlin, 1925. Vortrage Bibliothek Warburg, vol. 2. Eisler, Robert. The Royal Art of Astrology. London, 1946. Elwin, Verrier. The Agaria. Oxford, 1941. Emerson, Nathaniel B. Unwritten Literature of Hawaii. BAE Bulletin 38 ...
295. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . Napier, The origin of comets, Oxford, 1990: 24 19 Hephaestion of Thebes, Apotelesmatica, I. 24. 5-11, in J. Brook, Our rock who art in heaven; hallowed be thy name, Sinclair Press, Putney, 1999: 319f. 20 S. S. Genuth, Comets, popular culture, ... He was the last of the real gentlemen. And he taught me that every person you meet has the ability to teach you something interesting. ' ' Glossary of Medieval Art and Architecture www.pitt.edu/~medart/menuglossary Monstrance: Container for the Consecrated Host which has an opening through which it can be viewed. Copyright ...
296. The Legends of the Jews: Volume III [Books]
... , but stayed above, through the following miracle. For whereas the mountain on the one side of the valley was full of caves, the other consisted entirely of pointed rocks; and God moved this rocky mountain so close up to the other, that the jutting rocks of the one entered into the caves of the other, and all ... for they might there become unclean; the cave is very beautiful, and it is therefore possible that there are old graves in it." Aaron replied, "Thou art right." Moses then stripped his brother of his priestly garments, and put them upon Aaron's son, Eleazar.  As it would have been improper ...
297. Chapter 5 Pottery Dating, Faience, and Tin [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... There are no ancient accounts to tell us anything about where it was obtained or how it was prepared. . . . Casserite or tinstone occurs in quartz veins in volcanic rocks, where it may be associated with gold. Both ores were often washed out and redeposited by streams. IT SEEMS that men seeking the bright specks of gold in ... look like (i .e . like Dürer's woodcut) that no zoologist can identify what Bruce actually saw! (H .E . Gombrich tells this story in his Art and Illusion to show the persistent influence of convention.)"28 The same applies to Petrie and his pupils. Petrie, unlike Dürer, had seen Late Helladic ...
298. The Fall of Imperial Egypt [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... all of his land under my sway, I ruled it."(41) On his way back to Assyria, Esarhaddon carved a record of his achievement onto a rock at Nahr el-Kelb, the Dog River. The story of his conquest is placed, with obvious ironic intent, next to an inscription of Ramses II, the latter ... historians as the 25th, is thus placed by us immediately after the 19th Dynasty. We must therefore expect the 19th and 25th Dynasties to display striking affinities in terms of art, architecture, literature and culture in general. Is this the case? As a matter of fact, historians have long been struck by the very clear cultural parallels ...
299. Solar System Studies [Journals] [Aeon]
... small amount of free hydrogen. Such a planet could still be classified as terrestrial or a gas giant depending on whether most of its mass is of solid ice, silicate rock, metals and metal compounds or mainly of atmospheric gasses and low density liquids. The Solar System milieu is isolated. The Sun is well out along the Orion spiral ... creator.who fashions and is born in the Cosmic Egg. Strangely, the planet god was held by many ancient cultures to have lived amongst men and taught people the arts of civilization. In many myths Saturn is considered the ultimate fertility god. It was Velikovsky's claim that Saturn ruled the sky in the most distant time remembered by man ...
300. Letters [Journals] [Pensee]
... the Tehuacan Valley of Mexico, there is a vast chamber, known as the Hall of the Dead, in which a massive cave-in has piled the floor high with fallen rocks and debris. Among and under some of these rocks one can still see the remains of human skeletons. All of these skeletons are covered with a stalagmite crust. ... Floating like buoys on submerged beds of water, they may in time prove to be more stable than our beds of "solid" rock. Betty Raymond Moore College of Art Philadelphia Stalagmitized Bat To The Editor: In the National Geographic (October, 1953), in the article "Carlsbad Caverns in Color" by Mason Sutherland, there ...
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