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321. AEON Back Issues [Journals] [Aeon]
... a Science of Mythology: Velikovsky's Contribution. Vol.III: No.2 Astral Kingship * Velikovsky's Dreamwork * Is the Universe Finite? * Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art * Baal Manzer * The Assyrians of the Persian Period. Vol.III: No.3 From Myth to a Physical Model * A Proposed Model for the ... Configuration * Darkness and the Deep * Indra's Theft of the Sun's Wheel * Velikovsky and Racial Memory * Astronomical Dating and Calendrics. Vol.III: No.4 The Lord of Light * Thanatos and Anastasis * Velikovsky in America * On Mars and Pestilence * Psychoceramics. Vol.III: No.5 The Great Comet Venus * The ...
322. Prologue: The Good Earth (Mankind in Amnesia) [Velikovsky]
... actual space he occupies is immeasurably small in that area delineated by the Sun's dominion- a planet eight thousand miles across. In our age, man circled this ball of rock, with its oceans and atmosphere, in ninety minutes of travel. Light, if travelling in a circle, would go around the Earth eight times in a single ... matter containing the element carbon- started life and developed it, discarding numerous forms but selecting others, until through many vicissitudes homo sapiens evolved and in a rapid progress developed arts and industries, and multiplied his interests and enjoyments, listened to tonal vibrations and created symphonies, distinguished colors and created visual art, another of his worlds of imagination ...
323. The Berekhat Ram "Venus" [Journals] [Aeon]
... perhaps the best known example, was discovered in the 1980s by Naama Goren-Inbar, of Hebrew University, at Berekhat Ram in the Golan Heights, Israel. Carved from volcanic rock, the statuette has not weathered well, so that quite a few scholars had formerly expressed doubts concerning its fashioning by the hand of man. Microscopic analysis of the ... From: Aeon V:3 (Dec 1998) Home | Issue Contents News Flash The Berekhat Ram "Venus"Tania ta Maria Until recently, man's oldest art works were claimed to have originated in Europe 35,000 years ago. It seems that has now changed. Not only have we moved away from Europe, but much ...
324. Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... recent years there have been two particularly interesting developments suggesting a closing of the dark age between the Hittite empire and Neo-Hittite periods. One concerns empire period inscriptions associated with a rock relief that has Neo-Assyrianising artistry, and the other concerns a dark age Great King' Tudhaliya who sounds rather like the famous empire Great King' Tudhaliya. The obscure ... generation as Suppiluliumas, last king of the Empire. 3) Returning to Neo-Hittite sculpture, the Assyrianising influences in Hartapus' picture were mentioned above. Clear Assyrianising of Neo-Hittite art does not generally start until the later 8th century BC, which is presumably why Hawkins was inclined to date Hartapus' picture as late as the 8th century. For ...
325. The End of a World (Built Before the Flood) [Books]
... distance'. The disruptive powers of the terrestrial gravitation began to outweigh the cohesive powers of the Satellite, and it began to disintegrate. At first the satellitic material-ice, rock, and ore blocks-swung round the Earth in a sort of ring. This debris felt the resistance of the interplanetary medium very strongly and approached the Earth rapidly on spiral ... passed. Its edifices were conceived with a magnificent sweep of imagination. The materials of which they were built were worked with exacting precision and adorned with leisurely skill. The arts flourished and the sciences throve. They found their consummate combined expression in the marvellous Calendar Gate of Kalasasaya. The full significance of this most ancient human masterpiece of chronography ...
326. The Saturn Thesis (Part 3) [Journals] [Aeon]
... in parallel patterns. Running along the bases of these channels are the same streams of circular craters. No one has suggested a volcanic origin for these scars on a dead rock. In William Corliss' Mysterious Universe: A Handbook of Astronomical Anomalies, I notice that the best "explanation" geologists have been able to offer is that of ... intent to undermine a published thesis. But this elementary reasoning led to a further issue bearing directly on the sym-bolic link of the Egyptian goddess to the warrior-hero. In Egyptian art the Uraeus-Eye is commonly presented in a unique relationship to a red stone or sphere, signi-fying the sun god's innermost, masculine "heart of carnelian." In this ...
327. The Science of Evolution (Part I) [Journals] [Kronos]
... and not a hypothesis' (p . 3). What biologists mean when they refer to the fact of evolution is the obvious sequential order of development discerned in the rocks and less clearly discerned in embryos - that is, various manifestations of general patterns. But the theory of evolution is something else again, something requiring as a bare ... Evolution (Part I)Bennison Gray The frequency with which denigrators of Velikovsky are found in the ranks of vociferous evolutionists suggests the desirability of examining the current state of the art in the science of evolution. The journal Skeptical Inquirer is well known for its indiscriminate attacks on catastrophism and creationism. Less well known is the new little journal Creation ...
... ." One can illustrate the general scheme by means of two adventures. The Argonauts, with the Golden Fleece on board, had to pass the Symplegades, the clashing rocks. Once a ship with its crew came through unharmed [n2 The Symplegades cut off, however, the ornament of the ship's stern (aphlastoio akra korymba), ... the wide sea, in the depth of Arallu, and its top attained to high heaven." He asks Era where are the lapis lazuli, the gods of the arts, and the seven wise ones of the Apsu. He might well ask where is Gilgamesh himself, that deceptively human hero, now transformed into a beacon of light ...
329. Maya Cosmos: A Saturnian Interpretation (Part II) [Journals] [Aeon]
... creation approached, this deity became pregnant with potential life; its branches grew one of all things in the form of fruit. Not only were there gross physical objects like rocks, maize, and deer [remember the Cosmic Monster's ears?] hanging from the branches, there were also such elements as types of lightning, and even individual ... in order. After all, "[ t ]he Olmecs were the first people in Mesoamerica to create a codified religious universe that we can recognize today through the surviving art." [8 ] The Olmec, from roughly 1500 to 400 B.C ., are regarded as the precursors to the Maya who obtained and carried forward ...
330. The Legends of the Jews: Volume II - Joseph [Books]
... to read the celestial books written by the finger of God. He revealed to Asenath that he had seen her future resting-place in heaven, and it was built upon a rock and encompassed by a diamond wall. On their journey they met the son of Pharaoh, his successor to the throne, and he was so transported with Asenath's beauty ... not his brother Levi, who was endowed with the gift of prophecy, divined his purpose, and frustrated it by stepping upon his foot, while whispering: "Why art thou so angry, and so wroth with the man? We that fear God may not repay evil with evil." Turning to the son of Pharaoh, he ...
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