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311. Atlantis Rising [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Anti-Gravity & the Third Reich. #8 Edgar Mitchell; Where Was Atlantis; The Sphinx Scandal; Age of the Pyramid. #9 Colin Wilson; Beneath the Martian Rock; Moira Timms; Goddess Runes. #10 Psychic Spooks; Crystal Skulls; Ancient Aircraft; UFO Cover-up; Paul Roberts. #11 Chinese Pyramids; Jurassic Art ... Pattern from the Other Side; Carbon 14 Problems. #12 John Michell; Cataclysm 9500 BC; Edgar Cayce on Atlantis; Coral Castle Mystery. #13 Japan's Undersea Ruins; Secret Tunneling in Great Pyramid; Tesla/Marconi Connection; Stan Tenen; Alan Alford. #14 Crop Circles; Problems with Darwin; Rand Flem-Ath on Atlantis ...
312. Epilogue (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... predictions were: A few feet under the lunar surface a steep thermal gradient would be found, with heat flowing to the surface. Remanent magnetism would be discovered in lunar rocks and lavas, though the Moon itself possesses hardly any magnetic field. Traces of hydrocarbons or their derivatives (carbides) would be discovered. Thermoluminescence dating of the lunar ... and Professor Lynn Rose. In May of the same year (1974), at a symposium at Lethbridge University, Alberta, Canada, Velikovsky received an honorary doctorate in arts and science. The papers read at this symposium, including Velikovsky's lecture and his acceptance speeches to the faculty and students, were later published in a book, Recollections ...
313. Pensée Volume 2, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [Pensee]
... 11 A Record of Success 14 Are the Moon's Scars Only 3000 Years Old? Immanuel Velikovsky 16 How Stable is the Solar System? C. J. Ransom 18 Lunar Rocks and Velikovsky's Claims Derek York 19 When Was the Lunar Surface Last Molten? Immanuel Velikovsky 20 Effects of Volatility on Rubidium-Strontium Dating Robert C. Wright 21 Magnetic Remanence of ... the tale it tells is the subject of this special isssue. Publisher David N. Talbott Student Academic Freedom Forum Editor Stephen L. Talbott Associate Editors Bert Farrar Andrew Kaplan Art Philip Fehrenbacher Photography Mike Youse Pensee is published nine times yearly by the Student Academic Freedom Forum, P.O . Box 414, Portland, Oregon 97207. Telephone ...
... and after that I will cease. 8. And he smote them hip and thigh with a great slaughter: and he went down and dwelt in the top of the rock Etam. Leaving the great Shimshon there sitting in the top of the rock, a brief interlude before he goes out again on his own wayward, rash and splenetic ... the earliest meetinghouse of he Pythagorean sect, and it is set down as a sober account of the outcome of a political conflict, but the legend of Pythagoras was so artfully constructed in early times out of prefabricated materials that doubt is allowable. The essence of true myth is to masquerde behind seemingly objective and everyday details borrowed from known circumstances ...
315. The Location of Punt/Ophir Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... and they hunted for the sheer joy and pleasure of killing beasts- for no particular reason at all. . . ." (MU:174) 3. The Rock Paintings i. "The White Lady of the Brandberg" After the engineer Mack had discovered a large tock painting in the mountains now known as the Brandberg in southwestern ... crocodiles to which she was thrown as punishment for her adultery, taking her down south and founding there the Varozwi-tribe, "to which he tried to impart some of the arts and the knowledge of his faraway native land. Even today the tribe he founded is known throughout the land of the Black Tribes as the only one that practices the ...
316. The Dawn of Astronomy: A Study of the Temple-Worship and Mythology of the Ancient Egyptians [Books]
... busy high-road, not alone for trading caravans, but from time to time for stonemasons and soldiers, whose task it was to hew the costly building materials from the hard rocks, which here abound, and to prepare the vast monoliths which were finished in situ, and then to convey them all to the residence of the Pharaohs. A ... leads the white and lovely steed (of the sun), the Dawn, was seen revealed by her rays, with brilliant treasures, following everyone. 4. Thou art a blessing when thou art near . . . Eaise up wealth to the worshipper, thou mighty Dawn. 5. Shine for us with thy best rays, thou ...
317. Assyrians, Sodom, and Red Herrings [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Exodus, enjoys an abundance of evidence. Such scholars as Rudolph Cohen, Director of Antiquities of the Negev, and Emmanuel Anati of Brescia, the world's leading expert on rock art, have both publicly accepted an Exodus solution at the end of the Early Bronze, although they retain the traditional dating for it. By his over-hasty and intemperate ... of Vaninger, Cardona has rushed in where greater minds might fear to tread. Comets and Procreation.Finally, a few words on the suggested model of Michael Sanders, and a criticism he has offered of my reconstruction. Sanders' own ambitious reconstruction (C &AH, Vol. VIII:1 ) suggests cyclic perturbations of the earth ...
318. Chapter 11 Tin Bronzes and the Sumerians [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... tin ore, cassiterite, is obtained. The ore is found as alluvial or stream deposits which come from it being washed from a vein or lode of tin from solid rocks. Heavy downpours of rain or floods and avalanches can dislodge the ore and carry it into streams. The source of tin could not have been near Sumer, and ... to be that of Sargon himself, found a Nineveh. The complete mastery of technique as well as the creative power of the portraiture make this so exceptional a work of art that critics could not at first believe that it had been made in the twenty-fourth century B.C ." 3 Not only does the style of the work indicate ...
319. Pensée [Journals] [SIS Review]
... - The author of a standard work on coal presents extracts from a new edition in which be accepts Velikovsky's catastrophic explanation for many coal deposits. Dr Derek York: LUNAR ROCKS AND VELIKOVSKY'S CLAIMS - Dr York's interpretation of the radiometric evidence suggests that Velikovsky is incorrect about recent catastrophic events on the moon. Israel M. Isaacson: APPLYING THE ... , their dating and interpretation and the preliminary results of the orbital analyses made with Raymond Vaughan. Prof. Lewis M. Greenberg: THE LION GATE AT MYCENAE - An art historian provides powerful support for the thesis that the famous Lion Gate was erected in the 8th century BC. Dr William Mullen: THE MESOAMERICAN RECORD - Correlates the archaeological ...
320. Only A Stone'S Throw From MacMillan. File III (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... found in the depths of the ocean, and the nickel content of the oceanic beds is regarded as a vestige of immense showers of meteorites. The reversed magnetic orientation of rocks and lavas, and the abnormally high remanent magnetic fields in ancient rocks are introduced into science as puzzling phenomena, contradicting scientific theories and even natural laws. In the ... 1952); Immanuel Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (1950). The accompanying letter read: Dean Ralph S. Pickett is giving this particular course which is called Integrated Arts and Sciences and incidentally it is a wonderful course. It is given on an undergraduate level for juniors and seniors. Dean Pickett thinks the world of you, in ...
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