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341. Fingerprints of the Gods: do ancient relicts point to an advanced civilisation 15,000 years ago? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... astronomy and architecture. Let us take a tour of the Great Pyramid, starting down in the subterranean chamber. In cutting the corridor to that chamber, 2000 tons of rock were removed and the corridor is just 3'5" high and 3'5" wide. It does not vary from perfectly straight by any more than 1/4 ", ... felines back to back, and this is a symbol that we find again and again in the mythology of ancient Egypt. It is a very common feature of ancient Egyptian art called Aker: the gods of yesterday and today, two lions back to back, often indicating the directions East and West. It is curious to find the similar ...
342. Bringing Light to a Dark Age [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... identical in type, in attitude, in attribute, and in dress." (19) This, however, presented a problem: "The close relation between the rock carvings and the Carchemish jewellery cannot be mistaken. The difficulty is in the first place one of date; the carvings are of the thirteenth century B.C . ... Ashuruballit, who virtually founds the Middle Assyrian kingdom, is an alter-ego of Ashurnasirpal II, who more or less founds the "revived" Neo-Assyrian kingdom. The evidence of art and culture supports that conclusion in general; for the material and technological culture of the early Neo-Assyrians, beginning with Ashurnasirpal II, matches closely that of the later 18th ...
... dolmens, cromlechs, single menhirs or idols, was attributable to the belief that they were of celestial origin, as in fact they were. The composition of various conglomerate rocks is known, but the how and wherefore of their conglomeration is not so often made plain. Granite, for instance, is an intrusive substance of igneous origin largely ... Lightning, and their knowledge of "Magic" was such that Pliny was of opinion that the British Druids with their practice of magic might almost seem to have taught this art to the Persians.4 It is an interesting reflection, for it appears to infer that the Persians who erected their empire with such rapidity did so by the use ...
344. The Lord Of Light [Journals] [Aeon]
... . 37. 64. J.P . Lundy, op. cit., p. 21. 65. E. Cochrane, "Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art," AEON III:2 (May 1993), pp. 57-59; A. Baring & J. Cashford, The Myth of the Goddess (London ... the name Aour which is reminiscent of the god Horus, the son of Isis, or as the Egyptians called him- Hr. (32) In both religion and art, Horus, too, was something of a prototype of Christ. (33) It should also be recalled that, according to Gospel account, Jesus spent more ...
345. The Hyksos (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... in earlier times (Strabo, The Geography, 16, 4, 24). Sharuhen was probably situated close to Petra. Petra is "fortified all round by a rock" (Ibid., 16, 4, 21). The early builders of Petra are not known. See Sir H. B. W. Kennedy, ... Amalekites and of the invasion of Egypt by a second wave of this people led by Alkan, surnamed Abou-Kabous. The Amalekites entered Egypt, destroyed many monuments and objects of art.... The Amalekites invaded Egypt, the frontier of which they had already crossed, and started to ravage the country .. . to smash the objects ...
346. Year Two Thousand and One [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... As it turns out, these discharge configurations provide a thoroughly convincing explanation for some of the most extraordinary and detailed aspects of the Saturnian configuration. The direct correspondence with various rock art and other ancient images (on which the Saturn Model is based) is so detailed and so precise that, to put it bluntly, the correspondence simply could ... be due to accident. Though we're not able to say more at this time, if all goes as we now expect this breakthrough will enable us to present the Saturn Model on a much faster track. And the presentation will include laboratory demonstrations and computer simulations beyond anything we had earlier envisioned. All told, therefore, we have every ...
347. Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion, by Ev Cochrane [Journals] [SIS Review]
... copied by the selection of a human victim at later times of crisis. Although the book is illustrated it is not lavishly so, but an appendix of symbols from Neolithic rock art to Mesoamerican Venus symbols adds weight to the basic theory that the ancient sun' was Saturn, seen at the apex of a pillar and with the planets Venus ... Mars in front of it. However, the text alone weaves a pattern of connections between the varied heroes of the world, establishing them convincingly as manifestations of the strange behaviour of the planet Mars in ancient times. This Mars is not quite the same as that envisaged by Velikovsky, but his metamorphosis into an integral part of a Polar ...
... especially around Avebury- he is on safer soil. Yet he must admit that the Egyptian mastabas, constructed of brick, later of stond, or cut through the solid rock, were architecturally as buildings far ahead of the chambered dolmens of Britain, although the object was the same in both cases, and that the former present a greatly ... on the Isle of Lemnos, but other places underground were attributed to him, where he was traditionally heard at work with his Cyclops especially on islands, and where his art in the uses of fire made him among the most important gods of Olympus. Everything produced by smelting was ascribed to him, such as Tabs, the man of ...
349. Night of the Gods: Polar Myths. The Eye of Heaven [Books]
... and was changed into a statue by the side of Artemis, connects herself with this central region by the sacrifice to her of an annual goat by flinging it off a rock (of ages). It would not have been impossible, from this point of view that Aspa may have given the place-name Spa and the English word spa, ... And the word sockets is here advisedly used, for we shall soon see some physiological analogies for it in archaic graeco-Celtic myths. A text published by Dumichen17says: "Thou art the Eye of Ra, at the tip of the papyrus-stem, she [Isis, as " Buto," Uat] protects her son, she suckles Hor in ...
350. Evidence of An Inversion Event? [Journals] [Aeon]
... the lake largely evaporated away. The catastrophe that occurred at Bonneville about 14,000 BP or perhaps somewhat later, was a sudden breaching of the Bonneville shoreline at Red Rock canyon, at the northeast end of the lake. During this event a 330 ft deep canyon was incised, which has a width up to 1.8 miles ... ceremonial, and they built dwellings with available materials. The presence of beads manufactured from sea shells at inland sites suggests these people traded over considerable distances. They knew the art of sewing, for bone needles have been found dating from 20,000 yr BP. The stylised art of their cave paintings, their bone and antler carvings and ...
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